2022 Scott Standard Catalogue Volume 4 (Countries J-M)
The 2022 Scott Catalogues are the 178th edition of the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogues. Volume 4A includes listings for the countries of the world Jamaica through Luxembourg. Listings for Macao through Mozambique countries of the world can be found in Volume 4B.
- Two-Book Sets for Easier Use
- Thousands of Value Changes
- NEW Stamp Listings
- Many Editorial Enhancements
Contains Stamp Information on the following Countries:
Jamaica – Japan – Jordan – Kazakhstan – Kenya – Kiribati – North Korea – South Korea – Kosovo – Kuwait – Kyrgyzstan – Laos – Latvia – Lebanon – Lesotho – Liberia – Libya – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macao – Macedonia – Malagasy Republic – Malawi – Malaysia – Maldive Islands – Mali – Malta – Marshall Islands – Mauritania – Mauritius – Mexico – Micronesia – Moldova – Monaco – Mongolia – Montenegro – Montserrat – Morocco – Mozambique
About the Scott Catalogue
In publication since 1868, the Scott Catalogue is the recognized leader in stamp valuation guides for collectors around the world. The catalogues contain a wealth of information.
A new set of catalogues are released annually so you can stay up to date with your collection and its value.
The Scott Catalogue consists of 6 volumes, spanning the countries of the world. We’ve separated them this way because we know collectors focus on specific regions of the world.
As the amount of information we pack into each catalogue grows, so too does its weight. That’s why Volumes 1-6 each year now come in 2 parts: A and B. For example, when you order Volume 1, you will receive BOTH Volume 1A and Volume 1B.
Each annual release includes updated values and new releases. Across the entire 6-volume annual set, changes number in the tens of thousands – each year.
We also offer two Specialized editions, both of which also receive an annual release with new information and values. First is the Scott US Specialized, which focuses on the US. The second is Scott Classic (1840-1940), which covers the first century of philately.