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The adhesive postage stamp. Decision of the "Encyclopædia Britannica": James Chalmers was the inventor of the adhesive stamp - "Mr. Pearson Hill has not weakened the Evidence" to that effect. Also papers on the penny postage reform, bequeathed by ... Sir Henry Cole. James Chalmers first proposed the adoption of the adhesive postage stamp, of which he was the inventor.

Author: Patrick Chalmers
Publisher: London : Effingham Wilson, 1886.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: James Chalmers; Henry Cole; James Chalmers; Henry Cole
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Chalmers
OCLC Number: 557854490
Notes: The copy at RB. has the stamp of the Patent Office Library. Imperfect; wanting p. 17-64.
Description: 64 pages ; 8vo
Responsibility: by Patrick Chalmers ...

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