for collectors of Russian Philately and Postal History
The Rossica Society of Russian Philately
The Rossica Society is a world-wide society devoted to all aspects of Russian philately, from the pre-stamp days of Imperial Russia to current post-Soviet philately.
The British Society of Russian Philately
Society for stamps and postal history of the Russian area, including Finland, Poland, Mongolia and the new republics.
The Australia & New Zealand Society of Russian Philately
Secretary - Norman Banfield, 14 Rata Road, Raumati, Wellington 6450, New Zealand
The Canadian Society of Russian Philately
The Canadian Society of Russian Philately was founded some 20 years ago by Andrew Cronin, Patrick Campbell and Alex Artuchov. The primary activity of the Society has been the publication of literature through its journal "The Post-Rider".
The Worldwide Society of Russian Philately
NEW ISSUES of Russia Stamps
Russian Postal Service
site of the Russian Postal Service, in Russian and English
Selected pages on Russian Philately and Postal History
A History of Russian Philately
A history of the development of the postal service and stamps in Russia, dating all the way back to the 800s.
Latvia under the Russian Czars
by Jan Kaptein
Lithuania under the Russian Czars
by Jan Kaptein
Lithuania - Vilnius under the Russian Czars
by Jan Kaptein
Lithuania - Railway Mail under the Russian Czars
by Jan Kaptein
Postage Stamps and Postal History of Russia
from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A survey of the postage stamps and postal history of Russia. Traditionally, philatelists include the Soviet Union period in this category also.
Rainer's ZEMSTVO Pages
The goal of these pages is to promote the collecting of the Zemstvo stamps - Zemstvo's, what are they? Selected articles about Zemstvo Philately. Literature references for Zemstvo Collectors. Zemstvo picture gallery with selected stamps of various districts
Raritan Stamps, Inc.
The company is an International Philatelic Auction House which holds quarterly Stamp Auctions. They specializes in Russian stamps and covers of all historical periods and regions, including philatelic material of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Baltic States, Georgia, Russian Finland and Poland, Tannu Tuva and Ukraine.
Russia Number 1 - A Presentation
by Gary Combs
Showing the design developments that led up to the issue of this stamp, some of the types of cancellations that can be found on this issue and a bit on some of the varieties that have helped make this stamp a favourite of the collector of Russian stamps.
Russian post offices in China - Newspaper Wrappers
St. Petersburg Suburb Postmarks
a Display by Timo Bergholm
Stamps of the Soviet Era 1918 - 1990
by S Ivanov
Scans and information on all the stamps issued during the Soviet period. Stamps are referenced by CPA Stamp Catalog, Michel catalogue and Scott catalogue.
Soviet Field Post in Czechoslovakia 1968-1991
Soviet troops occupied Czechoslovakia on 21.8.1968 and stayed there until 1991.
A selection of Books on Russian Philately and Postal History
Imperial Romanovs, a Philatelic Study
of the 1913 Issue
Russia Zemstvo Post
Mute Cancels of Russia, 1914-1917
Postage Stamps of the Soviet Republics
Cancellations of the Transcaucasian
Censorship in Imperial Russia
of Russian Empire (pre-adhesive
Russian Post in the Empire, Turkey,
China and the Post in the Kingdom of Poland
Postmarks - an Introduction and
St. Petersburg: The Imperial Post - its postmarks and other postal markings 1765 -1914
by I L C Baillie and Eric G Peel, 2001, 400pp
Lists, describes and explains the the postal markings of St.Petersburg
Stamps of the Russian Empire Used Abroad PART ONE. Constantinople, The Danubian Principalities, Bulgaria and Roumelia
by S D Tchilinghirian and W S E Stephen, publ British Society of Russian Philately, 1957, 96pp
Stamps of the Russian Empire Used Abroad PART TWO. The Black Sea & Aegean ports, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Crete, Ship Mail in the Levant
by S D Tchilinghirian and W S E Stephen, publ British Society of Russian Philately, 1958, 94pp
of the Russian Empire
Used Abroad. Part THREE. Persia, The Khanates of Bukhara & Khiva,
Study of the Postmarks of Moscow,
1765-1917, Part One
Postmarks & Postal History of
the Russian Empire Period
The Zemstvo postage stamps of Imperial Russia
by Alex Artuchov, publ Canadian Society of Russian Philately, 1987, 222pp