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    Postage Currency References by David Cassel
    First and Second Editions

    Pattern Postage Currency References, First and Second Editions. For the Postage Currency specialist, these two volumes are indispensable. Each is long out-of-print. Each volume of United States Pattern Postage Currency Coins details David Cassel's journey of knowledge in uncovering the facts of this oftentimes surprising series. The first edition is Number 29 of a run of 110 volumes of the Premier Edition from 2000. The second edition is Number 29 of a tiny run of only 30 books, published in 2007. Each volume is in mint condition and shrink-wrapped. The first edition is autographed by the author.
    From The David Cassel Collection.


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