Yeah, my wife loves those Japanese art/craft pens. I don't know if it is the same company. Sakura is one of the names that may be used by many companies as part of their full company name. Maybe Philatarium would know.
I have a nicely filled Darnell Album that I archived because I didn't have a Darnell Catalog to figure out the varieties and plate flaws in the album. Now comes the hard part -- figuring out which box I archived the Darnell Album.
Yeah, the listings are beefed up considerably. They are too expensive for me to get one every year (although I do have quite a few from the early half of the 2000-2009 decade). I still have the 1999 edition!
They add listings here and there, every year. But not enough for me to justify dishing out the big bucks yearly. So I settle for the older editions when they reach the cheapskate price.
In the past, I only listed my most recent edition books. I'm reorganizing my study room, and moving almost all my older date catalogs to storage. As I do so, I'll be taking inventory. After I finish, I'll update my list to include all the editions. If for some reason you need information from an older edition, let me know and I can fairly easily retrieve the book/catalog from storage.
I have recently bought a (digital)copy of Ascher's Großer Ganzsachen-Katalog (world postal stationery pre-1925). Since as far as I can see no-one else has claimed a copy, I thought I would mention it in case anyone would benefit from info in it.
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