Postal History publishing, and sale of books, sponsorship of authors and postal history research, through grants, guidance and support - are the main objectives of the Stuart Rossiter Trust. The trust is a Registered Charity Number 292076.
Trustees will endeavour to arrange with the author that the content
of the work fulfills the standard as set out in the Trust’s
Guidelines for Authors. For this reason it is essential that discussion
takes place between the author and the Trustees at an early stage
during the preparation of the work. The Trustees do not expect
to act in an editorial role with regard to the text. However,
the Trustees may wish to discuss with the authors the overall
quality of the layout and general appearance of the work. They
may wish to set the standards in each case for the materials used,
binding, covers or boards, jacket and other aspects as these would
significantly affect the sales of the work.
An agreement will be drawn up to govern the relationship between the Trust and the author. Such agreement will include clauses covering a number of practical matters.
Trust does not pay any fee to an author.
Authors must get Trust approval beforehand for any costs the author wishes the Trust to bear.
Should an author insist on verifying all changes, however minor, then this must be made clear when a work is submitted for consideration for publication.
The Trust’s preference for naming an author is simply <Forename Surname>, e.g. Alan Other. If authors have a particular request to be named in a different format, then this should be made clear.
Unless otherwise requested, non-philatelic titles and awards will be omitted, e.g. Prof. Alan N. Other VC, RDP should be reduced to Alan Other RDP. More than one philatelic honour may be included as appropriate, eg Alan Other RDP FRPSL.
A work that is to be published by the Trust may take the form of:
Trustees may designate either of these forms of publication, or
a mixed combination from the outset, or a mixed combination but
staggered at intervals of time. For example, an agreed number of
books in hardbound form may need to be sold before that work is
marketed in the form of a cd.
The Stuart Rossiter Trust
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Corresponding Trustee: By E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org see this website and either complete the 'how to apply for funding' or the 'contact us' form.
Date September 2008
Trust Sponsored Book - The Type Sage Issue of France by Peter R.A.Kelly, £40.00 + p&p
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE
POSTAL HISTORY OF DENMARK
by David Cornelius Price excluding postage £38.00
by David Cornelius
Price excluding postage £38.00To read more, click here
New Book - Failed Free Handstamps by Robert Galland and John B.Colton, £15.00
New Book - Besieged in Paris by Ashley Lawrence, £25.00
Our Book on Iraq
LETTER RECEIVERS of LONDON
by Hugh Feldman
THE ROYAL MARINES: Home and Abroad a Postal History 1664-1994 by Bob Swarbrick
by Charles Goodwyn
New Channel Islands Forwarding Agents Book
Letter Forwarding Agents of Great Britain handling Channel Islands letters 1673 -1855. by David Gurney FRPSL, 170 pages A5 , profusely illustrated in B/W, Ring bound £9.50 + postage & packing ISBN 978-0-9545207-7-9
Fleeing From the Fuhrer
Fleeing From the Fuhrer by Charmian Brinson and William Kaczsynski
Volume 3 of Netherlands Mail in Times of Turmoil 1815 - 1839 1795-1815
Volume 1 of Netherlands Mail in Times of Turmoil 1568-1795Brochure of Vol 1 Netherlands Mail 1568-1795 Postal History book
Railway Disaster MailBrochure of our Railway Disaster Mail Postal History book
by Mike Scott Archer
Price excluding postage £1.00To read more, click here
EARLY FORCES MAIL
by Barrie Jay
Price excluding postage £20.00To read more, click here
THE POSTAL HISTORY OF SPANISH NEW ORLEANS by Yamil H Kouri Jnr Price excluding postage £38.50
THE POSTAL HISTORY OF SPANISH NEW ORLEANS
by Yamil H Kouri Jnr
Price excluding postage £38.50To read more, click here