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Brown, G. 2017b. E-Bay dreamers. The Malayan Philatelist 58:71.
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Chang, K. K. 2019a. BMA—earliest dates? The Malayan Philatelist 60:13–14.
Chang, K. K. 2019b. British Military Administration (BMA) and the restoration of postal services in post-war Malaya. Gibbons Stamp Monthly 49(11):54–59.
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Cheah, J. S. 1976b. Stamps of the Japanese occupation of Penang—1942: an unlisted variety. The Malayan Philatelist 17:44.
Cheah, J. S. 1977. Singapore & Malaya: obsolete postal stationery overprinted for official use, 1950–1968. The Malayan Philatelist 18:21–27.
Cheah, J. S. 1978. Japanese occupation of Malaya: “Dai Nippon 2602 Penang” double overprint. The Malayan Philatelist 19:53.
Cheah, J. S. 1982a. The essays and proofs of the first issue of Kedah postage stamps (1912). The Singapore Philatelist 1982:34–47.
Cheah, J. S. 1982b. Little-known but striking varieties on the “DAI NIPPON 2602/PENANG” overprint. The Singapore Philatelist 1982:104–111.
Cheah, J. S. 1982c. The postal service in Penang during the transition from the Japanese occupation to the British Military Administration. The Singapore Philatelist 1982:121–129.
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Cheah, J. S. 2007a. The Selangor Agri-Horticultural Exhibition, 2602. The Malayan Philatelist 48:74–77.
Cheah, J. S. 2007b. Hugh & Sons: forger of many stamps of the Japanese occupation of Malaya and Singapore. The Malayan Philatelist 48:86–89.
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