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This page contains a selection of bibliographical references and external links to resources that were used to create Dante on Stamps or that are relevant to further study.

References

"5-Cent Dante Alighieri Commemorative Postage Stamp." Postal Bulletin 86, no. 20478 (June 17, 1965): 1.

Borgia, Claudia. Cartoline dantesche: la collezione Baldassari. Opuscoli, seconda serie, Fondazione Ezio Franceschini 6. Florence: Edizioni del Galluzzo per la Fondazione Ezio Franceschini, 2009.

Brieger, Peter, Millard Meiss, and Charles S. Singleton. Illuminated Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy. 2 vols. Bollingen Series 81. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1969.

British Library. "Detailed Record for Yates Thompson 36." Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts. Accessed September 6, 2013. http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6468.

"BZ 53 Bonn: Stempelnr.: 19/BZ119." Stempel & Informationen: Philatelie vor Ort 19 (September 13, 2013): 18.

Circolo Filatelico e Numismatico "Dante Alighieri." Catalogo del materiale filatelico riguardante Dante Alighieri nel 750o anniversario della nascita. Ravenna: Circolo Filatelico e Numismatico "Dante Alighieri" / Centro Italiano di Filatelia Tematica, 2015.

Cooper, Alex. "Wish You Were Here: Postcards from the Afterlife." In Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts, edited by Antonella Braida and Luisa Calè, 193–95. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.

"The Dante Centenary Stamps." The Stamp Collectors' Fortnightly and International Stamp Advertiser 27, no. 693 (October 1, 1921): 307.

The Dante Encyclopedia. Richard Lansing, ed. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities 1836. New York: Garland Publishing, 2000.

De Vito, Anthony J. "The First Hundred Years of the Dante Society." Dante Studies 100 (1982): 99–132.

Dehn, R. A. "Dante: A Thematic Arrangement of Italian Interest." Fil-Italia: The Official Journal of the Italy and Colonies Study Circle 9, no. 1 (1982): 4–6.

Doré, Gustave. The Doré Illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy. New York: Dover Publications, 1976.

Dugdale, Jeff. "Dante's Divine Comedy". JAPOS Bulletin (2011).

Dunn, Wayne H. "Dante: Who Was He? What Did He Accomplish? How Many Cigar Label Images Portray Dante?" The Cigar-Label Gazette 31 (July-August 2000): 14–15.

Franciosi, Giovanni. Il Dante vaticano e l'Urbinate descritti e studiati per la prima volta. Città di Castello: S. Lapi, 1896.

Gardner, Edmund G. The Story of Siena and San Gimignano. London: J. M. Dent, 1902.

Giuliani, Francesco. Il canone dei francobolli: gli scrittori italiani nella filatelia. Studi e testi 5. Foggia: Edizioni del Rosone, 2014.

Giuliani, Francesco. "Dante nella filatelia italiana." Dante: rivista internazionale di studi su Dante Alighieri 10 (2013): 117–140. doi:10.1400/222669.

Giuliani, Francesco. Sulle rotte dell'aquila: gli scrittori italiani nella filatelia mondiale. Studi e testi 6. Foggia: Edizioni del Rosone, 2015.

"'Hell' to Be on New U.S. Stamp." COROS Chronicle 101 (April 1965): 26.

Holbrook, Richard Thayer. Portraits of Dante from Giotto to Raffael: A Critical Study with a Concise Iconography. London: Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society Ltd.; Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1911.

Immagini dantesche: "Verona… lo primo tuo rifugio”: catalogo della mostra. Giuseppe Battaglia, ed. Urbana: Corradin, 2004. [not viewed]

Larson, John L. and Kim D. Johnson, comps. Bureau Issues Association Plate Number Checklist: Plates 20000–41303. Belleville, Illinois: Bureau Issues Association, Inc., 1990.

Lawrence, Ken. "Reckoning with the Stamps and Postal History of the Independent Trucial States, 1963–73." Congress Book (American Philatelic Congress) 59 (1993): 23–48.

Lerner, Mark. "Charles R. Chickering: Cachetmaker - Part I." First Days: Journal of the American First Day Cover Society 55, no. 5 (July 15, 2010): 10–20.

Malorzo, Eupremio. Catalogo degli erinnofili italiani: bolli commemorativi dal 1860 al 1945. Turin: Edizioni Digitali, 2006.

Marchisio, Cesare. Il monumento pittorico a Dante in Santa Maria del Fiore. Rome: Fratelli Palombi, 1956.

Mellone, Michael, Monte Eiserman, and Edwin Zorn. Mellone's Specialized Cachet Catalog of First Day Covers of the 1960s. Stewartsville, N.J.: FDC Publishing Co., 1985.

Merlin, Agostino. Il francobollo antitubercolare dal 1931 al 2000: catalogo-guida. [N.p.: Agostino Merlin], 2010.

Michel Europa-Katalog. Munich: Schwaneberger Verlag (published annually; subscription required).

Michel Übersee-Katalog. Munich: Schwaneberger Verlag (published annually; subscription required).

National Gallery of Art. "Allegorical Portrait of Dante." Accessed September 28, 2013. http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/Collection/art-object-page.46156.html.

Ornaghi, Floriano. Catalogo Ornaghi delle obliterazioni meccaniche a targhetta d'Italia dal 1901 al 1981. Milan: Presso l'autore, 1982. [not viewed]

Pasini, Piero. "L'inferno diventa un francobollo." Romagna Noi, October 24, 2011, http://www.romagnanoi.it/news/cultura-eventi/723331/L-inferno-diventa-un-francobollo.html (accessed August 18, 2013).

Phinney, H. A. "Dante." Vatican Notes 15, no. 6 (May–June 1967): 1, 3–5.

Pope-Hennessy, John. Paradiso: The Illuminations to Dante's Divine Comedy by Giovanni di Paolo. New York: Random House, 1993.

Progetto Dante: La Divina commedia attraverso la filatelia tematica: l'Inferno. Florence: Centro italiano di filatelia tematica; Poste italiane - Filatelia, 2010.

Progetto Dante: La Divina commedia attraverso la filatelia tematica: il Purgatorio. Florence: Centro italiano di filatelia tematica; Poste italiane - Filatelia, 2011.

Progetto Dante: La Divina commedia attraverso la filatelia tematica: il Paradiso. Florence: Centro italiano di filatelia tematica; Poste italiane - Filatelia, 2012.

Reynolds, Barbara. Dante: The Poet, the Political Thinker, the Man. Emeryville, Calif.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2006.

Rodgers, Frank, trans. "The Monaco Set: Dante Alighieri." COROS Chronicle 108 (June 1966): 56–57.

Rossi, Marco. "La teosofia di fronte al fascismo." In Esoterismo e fascismo: storia, interpretazioni, documenti, edited by Gianfranco de Turris, 53–58. Rome: Edizioni mediterranee, 2006.

Sassone: Catalogo specializatto dei francobolli d'Italia e dei paesi italiani. 2 vols. Rome: Sassone (published annually).

Schulze Altcappenberg, Hein-Th. Sandro Botticelli: The Drawings for Dante's Divine Comedy. London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2000.

Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue. 6 vols. Sidney, Ohio: Amos (published annually).

United States Post Office Department. Postage Stamps of the United States: An Illustrated Description of All United States Postage and Special Service Stamps Issued By the Post Office Department from July 1, 1847 to December 31, 1967. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1968.

Villari, Pasquale. "La 'Dante Alighieri' ad Udine." Nuova antologia: rivista di lettere, scienze ed arti 767 (December 1, 1903): 419–431.

Links

The following Internet resources are only a small selection from the numerous websites pertaining to Dante, philately, and Dante on postage stamps. Those websites listed here were particularly useful in the creation of Dante on Stamps.

Centro Italiano di Filatelia Tematica (CIFT) Progetto Dante
The Progetto Dante (Dante Project) was a collaborative effort to illustrate the entire Divina commedia using postage stamps.

Vaccari news announcements about Progetto Dante books:

Dante e la filatelia tematica all'estero
Listing of worldwide (non-Italian) stamps and cancellations.

Dante nei francobolli: filatelia e filatelia tematica
Listing of stamps and cancellations from Italy, San Marino, and Vatican City.

Glossary of Terms for the Collector of United States Stamps

Literary Stamps: Dante Alighieri (1265–1321)
This blog page provides images of thirty postage stamps featuring Dante or his works. The blog includes hundreds of pages, each dedicated to a particular author featured on postage stamps.

Literature on Stamps: Dante
This website provides images with very brief descriptions of twelve postage stamps featuring Dante or his works.

Princeton Dante Project
The Princeton Dante Project website provides access to the full text of Dante's works in both the original Italian or Latin and also in English translations. The website includes a number of useful features such as historical and interpretative commentaries on Dante's texts, audio files of recitations of texts, images, and further links.

StampPrinters.info
A resource about postage stamp printers and printing processes.