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1989 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue and Checklist by Scott Stamp and Coin Co.1989
Scott 1992 U.S. Stamp Pocket Catalogue and Checklist by Richard L. Sine1992
Scott 1996 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Annual) by Stuart J. Kloetzel1996
Scott 1998 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Annual) by James E. Kloetzel1998
Scott 00 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue) by James E. Kloetzel2000
Scott 2001 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue by James E. Kloetzel2001
Scott 2002 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue) by James E. Kloetzel2002
Scott 2003 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue)2003
Scott 2004 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue) by James E. Kloetzel2004
Scott 2005 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue) by James E. Kloetzel2005
Scott 2006 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue) by James E. Kloetzel2006
2007 U.s. Stamp Pocket Catalogue (Scott U S Pocket Stamp Catalogue)2007
Scott 2009 United States Pocket Stamp Catalogue by James E. Kloetzel2009
Scott 2012 U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue by Charles Snee2012
Scott 2015 United States Pocket Stamp Catalogue by Charles Snee2014

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