Markand Dave, FRPSL, APS member and author joins us from India to share his expertise on the 1929 Airmail Stamps of India. Airmail collectors, India collectors and those with a love of learning all things related to philately will enjoy this masterful presentation based on Mr. Dave's book, The 1929 Airmail Stamps of India: A Glimpse of 6 Stamps, A Study of Over 200+ Errors".
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