Volume 2, Number 1 is a 60 page color publication.
The entire magazine is dedicated to the 1912 Leconte issue: proofs, specimens, EKUs, town cancels, covers and more.
The cover illustrate a rare and beautiful advertising cover of Haiti from Dr. Coicou. See our Journal section for preview pages. We hope you will enjoy this latest issue and our upcoming publications.
For those who purchased V1, No.4 a few months ago, you will now get our signature “maxi card ” which was not included at the time.
The fourth issue of The Haiti Collector, is now available for immediate order and shipment. Click on the To order tab in the top menu or here to obtain your copy.
Volume 1, Number 4 is a full 40 page color publication.
Articles in this issue:
1906 Gold Overprint varieties
A census of the 1891 Trial Proof sheet of 10 (8 different copies illustrated)
Patriotic and advertising covers (including the earliest known advertising cover)
See our Journal section to see preview pages
QSL cards of Haiti: Amateur radio cards, operators, call signs and expeditions
by Abdel Nassar (2014, ISBN: 978-0-9914642-0-3)
We are pleased to announce an incredible book on the QSL cards of Haiti and the early HH operators of Haiti. This full color 380 page book has over 600 images. Over 370 QSL cards are inventoried, and there are very useful listings: by last name of operators, by call signs (more than 700 !), by dates (as early as 1926), etc. Many fabulous images from the 1930s to the 1990s of operators: at their stations, group photos – including an amazing picture of about 40 radio amateurs from the Radio Club d’Haiti from 1959, and other great documents. An absolute must for anyone collecting or interested in amateur radio, QSLs or Haiti in general. It is a monumental reference book on the subject.
Also available for order on Amazon.com for those who prefer.
Volume 4 of Cartes Postales Haïtiennes – Winter 2010 was reprinted and revised. This issue of the journal contains articles about Allen & Ginter trade cards, Künzli postcards, the various Miesler card types, Bohl and Koch, Stöwer’s series on the German ultimatum to Haiti in 1897, Zieher’s varieties, Madsen building updates and Weibel types. This second edition is now available. See our order page to obtain a copy or copies.
For those who have inquired about purchasing copies of Cartes Postales Haïtiennes Vol. 5 – Winter 2011, they will have to wait a little longer. As soon as we have enough requests, we will proceed in making a second printing of Volume 5.
Due to the demand for the 1st issue of our journal, a second printing has been completed in the new perfect-bound format. If you want to purchase a copy of the January 2013 issue, please go to our order page.