Newer edition: Edifil Catalog of Stamps of Spain and Dependencies 2021
Edifil Catalog of Stamps of Spain and Dependencies 2020
- Edifil catalog for stamps of Spain and postal units printed completely in color. REVISED AND EXTENDED 2020 EDITION. Includes images, quotation and description from the first stamp of Spain from 1850 until the end of 2019 including all its postal units (Former Colonies)
- Includes all data from Postcards, Aerograms, Luxury Tests, Barcelona , Beneficencia, Asturias and León, Valencia, the Canary Islands, Telegraphs, Minipiegos, Premium Specifications, Philatelic Tributes and Whole Postal Envelopes from Spain.
- Includes information on all emissions from the Spanish Ex Colonies (West Africa, West Indies, Cabo Juby, Cuba, Elobey, Annobón, Corisco, Fernando Poo, Philippines, Spanish Guinea, Ifni, La Agüera, Marianas, Morocco, Puerto Rico, Rio de Oro, Sahara and Tangier).
- Includes Spanish Andorra and French Andorra, in addition to those of Equatorial Guinea and the Europe Theme. From its beginning to the middle of 2019.
- 515 pages
About Edifil catalogue
The Edifil is a philatelic catalog specialized in postal stamps of Spain, and is the most common use to catalog those stamps.
In the 1960s, this philatelic company chaired by Ángel Laiz was created and since then the Unified Edifil Catalog is published annually, which includes, in addition to national issues, those of former Spanish colonies, Andorra and Equatorial Guinea.
This catalog includes both the image of most of the stamps, a brief description, the nominal value and the approximate market price. At the moment its codification is the most used in Spain to communicate between the collective of collectors and merchants.
Edifil, S.A. It also produces a catalog, composed of several volumes, with a more specific list of postal stamps from Spain and postal history. This is generally known as “Unified Specialized Catalog”. This catalog contains more detailed information than the basic one, as well as showing greater emphasis on varieties and errors.