BibliographyUtah philatelic literature consists of:
The Post Offices of Utah by John S. Gallagher is the basic post office listing.
A Checklist of Utah Post Offices 1849-1988 by Richard W. Helbock is a compact post office guide with scarcity ratings.
Utah Post Office with Stations, Branches and CPOs & Railway Post office, Stations, Agents and Clerks by Lloyd W. Shaw is a very complete post office listing with scarcity and pricing information.
You can access my online guide of Utah Post Offices here.
The market for Utah is the slowest of any western state. There are only a limited number of collectors. No discernable collecting pattern seems to exist. Despite a very accessible territorial period, I know of no collector of Utah territorial covers. With express covers, ghost towns, big cities and agricultural settlements, Utah would seem to offer something for almost anyone. A shame almost no one has taken on the challenge.
Among the 50 states, the
District of Columbia, R.P.O.'s and Streetcars, Utah
rates as the 47th state in terms of percentage of covers
sold at 44.73%. It ranks 50th in terms of the value of
covers sold as percentage of all town cancels sold at
0.52%. The overall rank is 53rd. This is a ten year
running average. The most recent trends are decreasing.
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