The first address known for Morley is 186 West Green Road, Tottenham, London N. In 1898 his address is given as 15 Brownhill Gardens, Hither Green, Catford, London S.E. and by 1910 as 325 Brownhill Road, Catford, London S.E.
The title page from a 1904 edition of Morley's Philatelic Journal.
Morley was responsible for many early works on
revenue, railway and
telegraph stamps, as author or publisher. His 1910 revenue catalogue lists his numerous exhibition medals, including Silver in Paris 1892, Gold in Paris 1894, Silver in London 1897 and Gold in Paris again in 1900, all for displays of Fiscal or Telegraph stamps. Morley also won many other medals and awards during his career.
He published, with Fred G. Lundy, The Fiscal Philatelist and Revenue Stamp Guide: a monthly journal devoted to fiscal collectors, which ran from December 1892.
In 1898 he and G.C. Lundy produced an Album for the Revenue Stamps of the British Colonies in two volumes.
Later, he was responsible for Morley's Philatelic Journal, A Monthly Paper For Collectors of Postage, Revenue, Telegraph and
Railway stamps between 1900 and 1908 which was edited by A. Preston (Volume 1) and then
Walter Morley's roles as author or publisher often overlapped and it is likely that he was a contributor to many works where he is only credited as a publisher, hence all works published or authored by him are included here: