JAPAN PHILATELIC GROUP
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Type xxxxxx
Industry Philately
Founded 2001
Founder(s) Kenneth G. Clark
Headquarters Farnham Common, England
Key people Ken Clark, Managing Director
Product(s) Japan Stamps, Japanese Postal History, Ryukyu, Manchuria, Japanese Occupation,
Revenue xxxxxx
Employees Three
Divisions xxxxxx
Website www.japanphilatelic.com
Email ten.nigriv|ciletalihp.napaj#ten.nigriv|ciletalihp.napaj
Phone 44 (0)1753 648370

About the company

The largest supplier of Japanese Philatelic products in Europe, Japanese Stamps, Postal History, F.D.C.'s, Ryukyu Islands stamps, Manchoukuo stamps, IJPO's in Manchuria, Japan Catalogues, China PR Catalogue, Books relating to Japanese Philately, Albums with Mounts and for hinges for Japan, Ryukyu and China.

Specialities and expertise

Specialising in the Military Mail of Japan, from 1894 Sino-Japanese War, 1904 Russo-Japanese War, WWI, Intervention Forces in Siberia, Occupation of Shantung, Occupation of Manchuria, Sino-Japanese War, WWII, including P.O.W. mail.

Japanese, Ryukyu Islands, Manchoukuo and Japanese Occupation stamps (Mint and Used), New Issue serice.
Postal History specialising in Military Mail, P.O.W. Mail and Japanese Occupation covers and postcards.
Catalogues and Books relating to Japanese Philately.
Albums with mounts and for hinges, Japan and Ryukyu Islands, China PR and China postal stationery albums.

Author of 3 books related to the Military Mail of the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1896) and Russo-Japanee War (1904-1905),

New and events

See web-site for latest information www.japanphilatelic.com

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