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Publications

The following publications have all been written by members of the Society:


The first three books were all written by the late Gary Ryan in Limited Editions and are out of print.


The Cancellations of Hungarian Post Offices on the First Five Issues of Austrian Stamps 1850-67 during the Austrian Administration, London 1980


The Cancellations of Hungarian Post Offices on the First Issue of Hungary 1867-1871, London 1988


The Rarest Mixed Frankings of Hungary, 1992 by our Patron Gary Ryan RDP, FRPSL. Limited printing. Now out of print.


The Pioneer Period of Hungarian Airmail, by Victor G.Berecz,Jr. Published 1996 by the American Air Mail Society P O Box 110 Mineola, NY 11501-0110 USA. Copies may still be available from them.


The Hungarian Hyperinflation of 1946, by Robert B. Morgan Published 2003 by Collectors Club of Chicago 1029 North Dearborn Chicago Ill. 60610 USA. Price US$55. Copies are still available.


The Postal History of Stremska Mitrovica, by Geoff Barling. Published 1993 by the Author.


Classic Hungarian Stamps Printed By Their State Printing House 1871-1914, by Gabor Visnyovski. Budapest 1996. In Hungarian, English and German.


The Postal History of Sarvar, by Lazlo Grof. Published Szombathely 1994. In Hungarian and English.


Water in Hungarian Philately, by Mervyn Benford Published by the Society in 1993.


The Visszatert Period in Hungarian Philately, by Mervyn Benford Published by the Society in 1989


A Magyar Belyegek Monografiaja, a full history of Hungarian philately in seven volumes. Budapest 1981. In Hungarian.


The Postal Rates of the Yugoslav Territories up to 2000, by Geoff Barling Published 2004 by the author. This is on a CD which can be read or printed.


Overprints on Hungarian Stamps, by David Miles. A full listing of all overprinted Hungarian stamps and description of territories in which they were used. This is long out of print.


All these publications have been fully reviewed in the Society's magazine 'Stamps of Hungary'.