|Other titles||Japan and dependencies.|
|Statement||[edited by R. L. Jarman]. Vol.3, Japan: political reports, 1932-1937.|
|Contributions||Jarman, Robert L.|
Though this work deals with Korea and Taiwan also, Japan is the primary topic. During the 57 year period () covered by this book, major varieties of postage stamps were issued for Japan and the Japanese Offices in Korea and China. The Anatomy of Dependence (甘えの構造, Amae no Kōzō) is a book by Japanese psychoanalyst Takeo Doi, discussing at length Doi's concept of amae, which he describes as a uniquely Japanese need to be in good favor with, and be able to depend on, the people around oneself. He likens this to behaving childishly in the assumption that parents will indulge you Author: Takeo Doi. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . The postage stamps of Japan and dependencies. [Alphonse Marie Tracey Woodward] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alphonse Marie Tracey Woodward. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number.
A.M. Tracey Woodward’s Postage Stamps of Japan and Dependencies was published in Only signed and numbered copies were produced. The Smithsonian’s copy is on display alongside original pages from Woodward’s collection of the 1 sen issue of The APRL also has a copy of Woodward’s book in its rare books collection. The Postage Stamps of Japan and Dependencies, by A. M. Tracey Woodward. The original two-volume work was published in Shanghai in It won both the Crawford Medal of the Royal Philatelic Society, London, as "the year's most valuable and original contribution to the study and knowledge of philately published in a book form", and the German Lindenberg Medal "for conspicuous service to Seller Rating: % positive. The Postage Stamps of Japan and Dependencies by Woodward, Alphonse Marie Tracey. Lawrence: Quarterman Publications, One-volume reprint of the two-volume edition. Metallic copper titles on yellow cloth. pp + pp plates. Front board very slightly bowed. Dust jacket has a closed tear on mid-fore edge of spine.. Hard Cover. Near Fine small fault/DJ Very Good fault. The varieties of the stamps of Japan and its dependencies up to are coved to a level that this summary cannot do justice - minor and major varieties of colour, paper, perforation, gum etc. etc., hundreds of errors described, retouches, descriptions of how to distinguish the plates, descriptions of forgeries, and information helping us.
Lawrence, MA: Quaterman Publications, Inc., Reprint. Quarto. XLIV, pp text, pp plates. One-volume reprint of Woodward's magnificent work published in Shangai in For anyone seriously interested in the early stamps of Japan, The Postage Stamps of Japan and Dependencies remains today an important and useful book, not merely as a bibliographic landmark but also as a practical. Japan’s Territorial Dependencies, – Japan’s Territorial Dependencies, – Chapter: (p) 10 Japan’s Territorial Dependencies, – Source: Japanese Imperialism – Author(s): W. G. Beasley Publisher: Oxford University Press. Heavyweight, acid-free printed pages - 8½ x Scott International-style printed pages. Scott Specialized-style printed pages with either 2 rectangular holes or 3 holes. Minkus style 2- or 3-hole pages printed in Scott order - 9½ x 11¼ or X Heavyweight, acid-free blank 8½ x 11 paper. Scott International-style blank paper. The Cargo Book. Cargo is the Rust package downloads your Rust package’s dependencies, compiles your packages, makes distributable packages, and uploads them to , the Rust community’s package can contribute to this book on GitHub.. Sections.