Hungarian Philatelic Society
of Great Britain
SECTION F: AIRMAIL, TPO, STEAMSHIP.
1.a. Hungarian Airmails.
Orange folder containing selection of articles, etc as detailed below:
Hungary's First Flights 1963-
2 pages. Air service during the siege of Przemsyl. With English translation. R.R. Lóránt.
1.2 Early days of Hungarian airmails 1896-
2 pages. J.J. Latham. Stamp Collecting. 29 Nov 1979.
1.3 Hungarian Balloon post.
1 page. Typescript list of items.
1.4 Az elsö magyar postarepülés.
1 page. The first Hungarian airmail flight. L. Biro. English translation
1.5 Hungarian air mail -
1 page. Translated from Donau Post. J. Pewny. 31 July 1924.
1.6 Hungarian airmail of the 1930s.
4 pages. With copies of the list of flights. 2 pages. V.G. Berecz.
1.7 New Hungarian 'airs'.
1 page. Stamp Collecting. 15 March 1947.
1.8 Hungarian airmails.
1 page. Recent additions to his collection. J.J. Latham.
1.9 Aeroplanes on Hungarian stamps.
1 page. Typrescript list. J.J. Latham.
1.10 List of Zeppelin flights 1930-
for which special postmarks with an inscription were used.
1.11 Léghajó a bélyegen.
1 page. David Schwarz and airships. In Hungarian.
1.12 Hungarian Air Mail Postmarks.
Small booklet. Good introduction to this subject. E. Homolya. 1974.
1.13 The Graf Zeppelin Hungary Flight Cachets.
2 pages. Useful short article on how to distinguish the two types of markings. V. Berecz. The Trumpeter. Winter/Spring 1987.
1.14 Aviation with Mail Transport.
1 page. 1915-
1.15 Hungary: The First Airmail Issue.
7 pages. O. Schaffling. Much information on this stamp -
1.16 A Challenge.
1 page. V. Berecz. The inverted overprint and double overprint on first airmail issue. American Journal Vol 16. No.2 Mar/April 1985.
2.1 Hungarian railways and the post.
4 pages. M. Benford. Stamp Collecting. 10 July 1980.
2.2 Philately of the Southern Railway in Hungary.
2 pages. History and stamp issues featuring trains and stations. P. Parragh. The Trumpeter. Winter 1988.
14 pages. Dr. A. Tesitel. Railway routes, mainly Czech, but several Hungarian mentions. Some useful information for all railway collectors. Czechout. 1991.
2.4 T.P.O. routes in Czechoslovakia.
2 pages. Question and answer. Czechout 1/86 & 2/86.
2.5 Railway Postal routes.
Sketchmap of 31st Dec1850 before the railway line opened 31st May 1850, together with a sketchmap of 1867 showing the railway of 1862.
3.1 Hungary: Zala-
2 paragraphs. Stamp Lover. Oct-
3.2 Hungary: Zala-
2 pages. Translated from Merkur. P.F. Rampacher. Stamp Lover. Dec 1957-
3.3 T.B. Morton Danube and Black Sea Covers.
2 pages. E. Klein. The Stamp Lover. Feb-
3.4 T.B. Morton Danube and Black Sea Covers.
1 page. E.F. Hurt. The Stamp Lover. Apr-
3.5 The Danube Steam Navigation Company.
6 pages incomplete. Some additional notes. D.N. Kelly. The Philatelist. March 1972.
3.6 The Danube Posts and the Danube Steam Navigation Company.
6 pages. E.F. Hurt. The Stamp Lover. Oct-
3.7 Forgery and Reprint Guide 7-
31 pages. Identification of forgeries of the stamps of the Danube Steamship Company 1866-
3.8 It's a Peterdi.
3 pages. K.V. Illyefalvi. SPA Journal. September 1975.
3.9 Peterdi, Paquebots & Postal Puritanism. 3 pages. J.L. Briggs Jr. Austria 119 Spring 1997.
3.10 Hungary: The Zala-
4 pages. History, stamps & cancellations, forgeries, and list of names around Lake Balaton which have now changed. Typescript from Private Ships Posts of the World -
3.11 The Danube Steam Navigation Company [D.D.S.G.].
9 pages inc. map. History, post offices, stamps. Typescript from Private Ship posts of the World -
3.12 Die Ungarische Seepost.
4 pages. Very useful for illustrations of cancellations. Arbeitsgemeinschaft. December 1994. In German.
3.13 The special Hungarian Letter of the Merchant-