|Peru Philatelic Study Circle
|The Peyton Collection of Peru at Smithsonian's National Postal Museum|
| The Medio Peso Red Error, by Thomas Lera also in [PDF version]|
| "El Trencito" & the Medals of Charles E. Bryant. A coincidence? by Antonio Llaveria|
| Philately of the War of the Pacific, by Richard Abrams|
| Key to the Triangle overprints of Peru, by Gene Fox [PDF]|
|The Triangle overprints of Peru (1883-1897) Sep 2017 presentation by Wim De Gelder|
| PSNC Census of Covers, Used Stamps and Proofs, by Chuck Wooster|
|Peseta Brown Bisects on Cover (Scott #13), by Chuck Wooster|
The 'Chasquis'; runners that delivered
messages, were the postmen of the Incas,
running on the 'Inca Highway' or 'Qhapaq Ñan',
the sophisticated Pre-Columbian road system,
reaching all corners of the Inca Empire.
The image on the right was taken from a
drawing made by Guaman Poma de Ayala,
Peruvian chronicler of the XVI century.
The Chasqui is the symbol of Peru Post.
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