This Paper is the third in a series that has reported to the Society and the philatelic world on the activities of the British Library Philatelic Collections. The first was given on 1st December, 1988 by my predecessor R F “Bob” Schoolley-West FRPSL and the second I gave on 9th April, 1998. These as published in The London Philatelist (volume 98 pages 91-99, and volume 108 pages 17-21) represent a record of progress and achievement in the development and management of the largest; the most varied and complete philatelic collection. Essentially this Paper covers the period since the Library moved from the British Museum and other buildings and opened in its own new building at St. Pancras in 1998.
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