W. S. E. Stephen
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W. S. E. Stephen
The cover of part 6 of Stamps of the Russian Empire used abroad by Tchilinghirian & Stephen.

William Stewart Easton Stephen (17 May 1903 Fraserburgh, Aberdeen, Scotland-16 May 1975 Aberlour, Banffshire, Scotland[1]) was a philatelist who in 1960, with S.D. Tchilinghirian, was awarded the Crawford Medal by the Royal Philatelic Society London for his work Stamps of the Russian Empire used abroad.[2]

he was also a co-author of Austrian post offices abroad which, like the work Russia, was also issued in parts.

Selected publications

  • Austrian post offices abroad. Austrian Stamp Club of Great Britain. (With S. D. Tchilinghirian) (Seven volumes. Volume 8 by Keith Tranmer)
  • Stamps of the Russian Empire used abroad. Aberlour, Banffshire: The British Society of Russian Philately. (Multiple volumes)


  1. ^ Scotlands People
  2. ^ The Society's medals and honorary fellowship. The Royal Philatelic Society London, 2009, p. 3.

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