(wm) It could well be that the 102nd edition of MICHEL’s South-East Europe Catalogue 2017/218 (‘EK 4’) will trigger a real holiday feeling for many a stamp collector. Because in part 4 of MICHEL’s Europe Catalogue, you will find many countries and territories that are popular with holiday-goers. Just have a look at what’s featured in this volume: the Aegean Islands, Bulgaria, Epirus, Greece, Ikaria, the Ionian Islands, Crete, Eastern Rumelia, Romania, Samos, Thrace, Turkey, Turkish Cyprus and Cyprus. All in all 1280 pages in full colour, hardbound and offering 18200 illustrations along with 71.000 price quotations.
The editors of the catalogue have now recorded a number of perforation variations of Bulgaria. The same goes for a number of partly perforated postage stamps of a number Greece. The United Europe stamps of the latter country have now been divided in copies that originate from stamp sheets and copies that come from stamp booklets.
Many price movements are to be found, especially in Turkey and Greece. The catalog costs 69.80 euros. The ISB-number is 978-3-95402-229-8.
Source: AIJP News