A. B. Kay

Male, Deceased Person

1879 – 1944

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Who was A. B. Kay?

Alexander Berridge Kay was the founder, with E.J. Bridger, of the stamp dealers Bridger and Kay in 1897 or 1898 and a leading figure in the Fiscal Philatelic Society. In 1910, Kay identified used copies of the Italian forgery of the British grey-green Victorian 10 shilling stamp watermarked anchor and perforated 14. His letter to The London Philatelist, published in November 1910, warned the philatelic community of its existence.

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Born
1879
Died
Dec 4, 1944

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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