Trish Kaufmann, past president of the Confederate Stamp Allliance, It was her definitive research on the 3-cent 1861 Postmaster Provisionals, published jointly in both the 1984 and 2000 American Philatelist and The Confederate Philatelist, that resulted in an entirely new Confederate section in the 2000 Scott Specialized Catalogue, as well as the CSA Catalog. Her research was a 16-year project, which ultimately disproved the misconceptions of over a century of prior catalog listings - both U.S. and Confederate.
This presentation was recorded on October 30, 2020 during the 11th Postal History Symposium.
Video Duration: 49 minutes
Patricia Kaufmann is a valued American Philatelic Society member dealer and Civil War philately expert. She is a regular contributor to The American Philatelist.
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