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Julian Chapman Award
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View recent displays at 41 Devonshire Place here: Events > Recent Displays.
De La Rue Collection Archive material images included. More...
Perkins Bacon Printers' records including Warrants for 1d, 2d & VR stamps 1840-5 now viewable in Perkins Bacon section on RPSL Catalogue.
RPSL Museum Artefacts are now on-line in the Catalogue and available for members to view.
The Royal Philatelic Society London is pleased to announce the formation of a partnership with pre-eminent philatelic libraries around the world to provide a centralised gateway to the greatest philatelic research in existence. More...