Mahathir-Institut für Coconutsforschung - Lin Yangchen

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Vice-Chancellor: Lin Yangchen


Lin, Y. 2018. A search for statistical laws governing definitive stamp production. The London Philatelist 127:335–343.

Lin, Y. 2018. Raman spectroscopic identification of vermilion ink in the BMA MALAYA $2 duty plate. The Malayan Philatelist 59:62–65.

Lin, Y. 2018. Old mysteries and new questions about the Okugawa-Akira seal. The Malayan Philatelist 59:38.

Lin, Y. & Magis, A. 2018. BMA blues: spectroscopic insights. The Malayan Philatelist 59:40—42.

Mustacich, R. V. & Lin, Y. 2018. Perforation quality and small-hole characteristics in the Malaya small heads issue. The Malayan Philatelist 59:42–45.

Lin, Y. 2017. Pahang small heads 35 cents: a typographical anomaly? The Malayan Philatelist 58:99—100.

Lin, Y. & Yong, E. 2017. The human touch in SMC perfin production. The Malayan Philatelist 58:98.

Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2017. BMA Malaya 50 cents: a forgery of the forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 58:93—94.

Lin, Y. 2017. BMA Malaya 25 cents double overprint: which overprint came first? The Malayan Philatelist 58:43—44.

Lin, Y. 2017. Ultraviolet fluorescence of the BMA 1 cent magenta overprint? The Malayan Philatelist 58:13.

Lin, Y. 2016. An obscure BMA 15c. forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 57:89—90.

Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2016. The TRENGGANU overprint: genuine and forged. The Malayan Philatelist 57:83—86.

Lin, Y. & Cheah, J. S. 2016. Two distinct varieties of the BMA 50 cents postal forgery? The Malayan Philatelist 57:16—18.

Lin, Y. 2016. A case for collecting and studying philatelic forgeries. Stamp Magazine 82(2):27.

Lin, Y. 2015. The stamp that took Malaya by storm. The Malaysian Philatelist 2015(1):3–13.
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