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“Devonshire Bowl” - One Frame Competition   4 Jul 2024 at 13:00UK : London
Annual General Meeting   27 Jun 2024 at 16:30UK : London
The United States Civil War Daniel Ryterband 13 Jun 2024 at 17:00UK : London
A selection from the currently most prominent collections of Luxembourg Lars Boettger 30 May 2024 at 13:00UK : London
Iceland Pat Grimwood-Taylor 16 May 2024 at 17:00UK : London
A Good Walk Spoiled - Golf Graham Winters 2 May 2024 at 17:00UK : London
The Postal History of the Isles of Scilly The President’s Display 18 Apr 2024 at 13:00UK : London
Newspaper Wrappers – The Ugly Ducklings of Postal Stationery? Lars Engelbrecht 4 Apr 2024 at 17:00UK : London
The British Thematic Association showcases the world of Pictorial Collecting Barry Stagg 21 Mar 2024 at 13:00UK : London
Barbados and Grenada Joseph Hackmey 7 Mar 2024 at 13:00UK : London
The 1846 Issue of the USA Gordon Eubanks 22 Feb 2024 at 17:00UK : London
Display by Members of the West Midlands Region   8 Feb 2024 at 13:00UK : London
Great Britain Express Mail Julian Tweed 25 Jan 2024 at 17:00UK : London
The Ocean Letter Luc Selis 11 Jan 2024 at 17:00UK : London
Classic Afghanistan (including the 1st and 2nd Afghan Wars) From the Collections of Camellia PLC presented by Richard Berry 7 Dec 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Great Britain Postal History prior to 1840 Peter Chadwick 23 Nov 2023 at 13:00UK : London
The Maltese Cross Howard Hughes 9 Nov 2023 at 17:00UK : London
The Study Group’s 50th Anniversary Display The Falkland Islands Philatelic Study Group 26 Oct 2023 at 17:00UK : London
Hungarian Rhapsody – 400 Years of Postal History Bill Hedley, Dénes Czirók and Adriano Bergamini 12 Oct 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Bermuda 1617-1970 David Cordon 28 Sep 2023 at 13:00UK : London
South Atlantic Islands including Ascension, St Helena, Tristan da Cunha, the Falkland Islands and the Falkland Islands Dependencies From HM The King’s Royal Philatelic Collection Presented by Rod Vousden FRPSL, Acting Keeper of the Royal Philatelic Collection 14 Sep 2023 at 13:00UK : London
“Devonshire Bowl” One Frame Competition   6 Jul 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Annual General Meeting   29 Jun 2023 at 16:30UK : London
The Zulu Exhibition by Alex Haimann will be on show Alex Haimann 29 Jun 2023 at 16:30UK : London
The Formation of the Kingdom of Iraq Akthem Al Manaseer 15 Jun 2023 at 17:00UK : London
North Borneo The President’s Display 1 Jun 2023 at 13:00UK : London
The United States Philatelic Classics Society   18 May 2023 at 13:00UK : London
GB Revenues Ed Hitchings 27 Apr 2023 at 17:00UK : London
Iran – Land of the Aryans Nigel Gooch 20 Apr 2023 at 13:00UK : London
“Hope Dies Last” – The Russian Empire 18th-21st Century Marcus Sherwood-Jenkins 13 Apr 2023 at 13:00UK : London
The Iva and Henrik Mouritsen Collections Iva and Henrik Mouritsen 30 Mar 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Exhibition Categories Graham Winters 23 Mar 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Display by Members of the North Midlands Region   16 Mar 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Pre-Colonial Madagascar – Domestic and International Postal Services Jan Berg 2 Mar 2023 at 17:00UK : London
Classic Costa Rica to the 1889 Correos Overprints Roland Nordberg 16 Feb 2023 at 17:00UK : London
The GB Overprints Society, 50th Anniversary   2 Feb 2023 at 13:00UK : London
Portuguese India – the first issues 1871-1888 Luís and Eduardo Barreiros 19 Jan 2023 at 17:00UK : London
Members Displays  Among the items shown were: topically, Christmas – and Valentine – cards plus covers sent over the Christmas period; booklet panes used for postage; Imperial Airmail Services and the First Trans-Pacific Air Service to Fiji; the General Post in Paris; the postal history of Manchester and Savoy; Nigerian Official Mail; postage dues used in Ireland; the Rhodesian good life as seen through postcards; plus several themes including Elephants, Guinness, Falls and Slip-ups, and Gold and Golden15 Dec 2022 at 13:00UK : London
The Great Britain Philatelic Society   1 Dec 2022 at 13:00UK : London
The Centenary of the Discovery of Tutankhamun’s Tomb The Egypt Study Circle 17 Nov 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Display by Members of the Society’s Council   3 Nov 2022 at 13:00UK : London
The Metropolitan Railway and its Railway Letter Service John Powell 13 Oct 2022 at 17:00UK : London
The New Zealand Society of Great Britain, 70th Anniversary   29 Sep 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Wessex Region Display.   16 Jun 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Philatelic History - Particularly Moens. Vincent Schouberechts 26 May 2022 at 17:00UK : London
George VI Great Britain. Gavin Fryer 5 May 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal 1933-1942: A Philatelic Perspective. Charles Epting 21 Apr 2022 at 17:00UK : London
Newfoundland etc. Camellia PLC (Richard Berry) 24 Mar 2022 at 13:00UK : London
East Region Display.   10 Mar 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Overseas Members' One Frame Competition arranged by Jon Aitchison 24 Feb 2022 at 13:00UK : London
The Centenary of Meter Marks. Henry Ong, Maggie Thompson and Mike Jackson 10 Feb 2022 at 13:00UK : London
Unusual Aspects of Channel Islands Philately Jon Aitchison 27 Jan 2022 at 13:00UK : London
The President's Display: Ceylon Foreign Bills, Revenues and Telegraph Stamps Peter Cockburn 13 Jan 2022 at 17:00UK : London
The Evolution of Handwriting Paper. John Scott 16 Dec 2021 at 13:00UK : London
Peace. Grace Davies 2 Dec 2021 at 17:00UK : London
Finland at War: Defending its Borders. Michael Elliott 18 Nov 2021 at 17:00UK : London
Whale’s Tail. Lesley Marley 4 Nov 2021 at 13:00UK : London
Siam, the Early Years. Prakob Chirakiti 21 Oct 2021 at 16:30UK : London
Postal Stationery of Grenada and other West Indies. Simon RichardsThe story of the postal card is the subject of a recent major publication by the Society, in this 5.00 p.m display Vice-President, Simon Richards, examines its introduction to the British West Indieswith emphasis on Grenada. Grenada’s postal stationery is of particular interest as the postal cards show the only Perkins Bacon material for the area as that firm was still producing the postage stamps for the colony in the run up to UPU admission in 1881. Grenada was also the only island to issue basr rate and international rate postcards on admission. The illustrations show the only known non-uprated usages of their 1d card and the first De La Rue 1d card. The following year De La Rue took over the production of stamps and postal stationery and the range of items expanded to include reply cards, wrappers and registered envelopes. Victorian wrappers for Grenada include 1½d and 2d denominations and the registered envelopes include the full range of sizes from F to K. Usages of the large I a7 Oct 2021 at 17:00UK : London
Postal History of the World c.3000BC – 1940 AD [45 Frames at 1.00pm] James Grimwood-TaylorThe collection is a fusion of different studies that have been pursued over 45 years of energetic collecting. The intention is to show a very wide range of unusual covers from all around the world - with the emphasis on early letters and First-Issue covers - and to include covers from as many different countries as possible; 115 countries are represented in all, ranging from Afghanistan to Zululand. The exhibitor’s recent book International Postal Reforms, 1550-1898, only tells part of the story and while some of the 824 items illustrated in that book are included in the frames on this occasion, they are in the minority for many countries. The structure of the display is mainly geographical – each continent being dealt with in turn – and the items from each country are then shown in chronological order. Free-standing frames of threedimensional objects (dating from 3000BC to 1902AD), including cuneiform ‘clay-tablet’ letters, complete 1860s stamp albums and registered tube-post of the B30 Sep 2021 at 13:00UK : London
The Royal Mail 1516 to 1766 Malcolm Ray-Smith FRPSL 9 Sep 2021 at 13:00UK : London
Northern Borneo States 1900-1952(Restricted to Fellows and Members only) Her Majesty The Queen 2 Sep 2021 at 13:00UK : London
Annual General Meeting and display  This display by the President will feature Sudan Stamps - The De La Rue Years 1898 – 1970 and postal history including Early Mail and Egyptian Territorial Post Offices in Sudan, Campaign Mail 1883-1898, River and Rail Travelling Post Offices, Pioneer Airmails, Censored Mail, Scarce and Unusual Postmarks and Postage Due Mail.29 Jul 2021 at 16:30UK : London
Malta, Gibraltar and Cyprus(Restricted to Fellows and Members only) Her Majesty The Queen 22 Jul 2021 at 13:00UK : London
Mail traffic between Belgium and Spain from the accession of King Leopold I up to the GPU (1830-1874) Paul Wijnants: 10 Jun 2021 at 17:00UK : Online
The First Issue of the United States: The Stamps and How They Were Used Gordon EubanksStampless letters, paid for by the receiver, and private postal systems, were gradually phased out in the United States after the introduction of adhesive postage stamps, first issued by the U.S. government post office on 1st July 1847, in the denominations of 5¢ and 10¢, with the use of stamps made mandatory in 1855. The first U.S. Postage Stamps were authorized by an act of Congress and approved on 3rd March 1847. The earliest known use of the Franklin 5¢ is 7th July 1847, while the earliest known use of the Washington 10¢ is 2nd July 1847. Remaining in postal circulation for only a few years, these issues were declared invalid for postage on 1st July 1851.20 May 2021 at 13:00UK : Online
Denes Czirok & Adriano Bergamini: Hungarian Rhapsody Bill Hedley 13 May 2021 at 17:00UK : London
End of a Dream: The ill-fated 1935 Trans-Tasman Jubilee Flight Neil Donen 6 May 2021 at 16:00UK : Online
Herm Island - Skulduggery, smugglers, inappropriate marriages, wallabies, a post office in a pub and even an RDP. 200 years of postal history through the lives of the colourful tenants of this small Channel Island. Jon Aitchison 22 Apr 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
Regional display North West and Northern Ireland RegionsJulian Tweed: Some Liverpool Late Fees, David Sweeney: 1850 to 1863 Postal Conventions of the Kingdoms of Sardinia and Italy, Ian Cubbin FRPSL: Early Mail to and from Central Africa 1858-1891, David Sigee FRPSL: Merchant Marks in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, Philip Longbottom FRPSL: The Netherlands Express Mail, Nick Coverdale: The First Stamps of Serbia, 1866.8 Apr 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
On British Ice - British Expeditions to the Antarctic in the 1950’s Kim Stuckey 11 Mar 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
Copenhagen Telephone Kiosks (postal facilities provided!) Chris KingThe Danish private local postal services were at their most extensive in the 1880s, and many had closed by the early 1890s. The Copenhagen Telephone Kiosks began in 1896, later than most, and finally went out of business in 1980. The kiosks had become a Copenhagen institution offering telephony, local delivery, post restante, mail forwarding, local parcels and a range of other services from theatre tickets to small advertisements, and of course some of the most attractive greetings telegrams of their time. This is their story.25 Feb 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
Revolution, Conflict & Occupation – The Posts 1789-1815 Peter RookeWhen King Louis XVI attempted to resolve France’s financial woes in 1789 by recalling the Estates General, he opened the door to the French Revolution, which led to the rise of Napoleon and twenty six years of world-wide conflict. The presentation features postal history from this period, illustrating the changes in the postal services in France, Britain, Italy and in the Iberian Peninsula. It begins with the Revolutionary Government’s franchise markings, continues with the Packet Boat re-routings, the French domination of Italy and the Peninsular War.11 Feb 2021 at 17:00UK : Online
Commercial U.S. Airmail (1922-1941): the British-American Airmail Postal Agreement Murray Alexander AbramsonFrom the initiation of regular U.S. transcontinental airmail service until the onset of the U.S. entry into World War II (7 December 1941), the world witnessed a dramatic evolution of commercial air travel. During this time, airmail rates underwent substantial revisions which continued through the onset of World War II. Ultimately, war forced airlines to modify or close many routes. Perhaps reminiscent of the complex pre-Universal Postal Union (U.P.U.) period of transoceanic ship mail (1838-1875) to the eventual establishment of the U.P.U. standard rate system, the once complex airmail rate structure (e.g., sanctioned use of mixed franking, highly diverse selection of routes and rates, and the cobbling of agreements between countries to establish new postal routes) gave rise to a simpler standard airmail rate structure which we use today. The era had a significant and lasting effect on worldwide airmail service that can still be observed today. Few time periods are as influential to al21 Jan 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
Canada's C-Force in Hong Kong and its Forerunners: From a Social Philately Approach Sam Chiu 7 Jan 2021 at 14:00UK : Online
Short presentations by Council members  Steven Harrison FRPSL: The Philatelic Congress of Great Britain and Perkins Bacon, Richard Berry FRPSL: Home for Christmas - by Sledge - 1914 (and other brief tales), Jon Aitchison FRPSL: The Ship that Sank Twice, John Davies FRPSL: The 1890 Post Office Christmas Card, Jack Zhang FRPSL: A Boxing day letter from our Past President King George V, Richard Stock FRPSL: Humorous illustrated covers and postcards.10 Dec 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Short presentations by Council members  Mike Roberts FRPSL: Imperial Airways - Survey Flight of Africa 1925-1926, Simon Richards FRPSL: Fun with Forgeries, Mark Bailey FRPSL: Mail to and from the Society Kim Stuckey FRPSL: A Christmas Cracker Chris King RDP, Hon. FRPSL: Philatelic Dinners.3 Dec 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Sarawak – Pirates, Population and Post Simon Martin-RedmanBefore 1841 Sarawak was under the Sovereignty of the Sultan of Brunei. James Brooke, an Englishman helped the Sultan’s Uncle Hassim quell a rebellion of Dyaks. In doing so he was granted the province of Sarawak, its revenues and its trade. Nominally, he remained the feudal lord of the Sultan until five years later, in 1846, he became Sarawak’s absolute ruler. Sarawak continued to be privately ruled by the Brooke family for nigh on 100 years until the Japanese invaded in 1941. It was remarkable that James Brooke actually set up a Government with such a small number of men. In 1843 there were only 13, some of which were crew of the Royalist. By 1860 there were only 14 Officers in Government Service and by 1891 there were 57 Europeans in total, 32 of whom were in the Rajah’s Government Service. The presentation will show how the early Postal Service evolved which was amazing considering the small number of administrators. With so few Europeans it is not surprising why early outgoing m26 Nov 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
The German Occupation of The Channel Islands - Disruption to the Mail Service. Gerald Marriner 12 Nov 2020 at 15:00UK : Online
Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II Registered Envelopes of the Tudor Rose Design Frank Walton 29 Oct 2020 at 15:00UK : Online
The Postal History of the Natal Invasion and the Siege of Ladysmith Richard Stock 15 Oct 2020 at 16:15UK : Online
AGM and Display from the Societies UPU Collection - Germany 1920-1970   16 Sep 2020 at 15:00UK : London
Zeppelin LZ-129 Hindenburg’s Onboard Post Office Cheryl Ganz 10 Sep 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
The Introduction of Uniform Postal Rates in Edinburgh Stephen Parkin 27 Aug 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Western Tasmania - Prospectors and the Post Office Malcolm GroomINTRODUCTION Western Tasmania was first sighted by Abel Tasman in 1642 and remained uninhabited by Europeans until 1822 when a Convict settlement was established in Macquarie Harbour closing in 1833. Surveyors and Government geologists seeking gold failed to find any significant mineralisation until James 'Philosopher' Smith discovered tin at Mount Bischoff in 1871. The richest tin mine in the world it returned 200 times the original capital invested. Prospectors following this discovery led to significant finds of gold along the Pieman River and on to Mt Heemskirk in 1877 and Zeehan in 1882. Zeehan became the third largest town in the Colony. In 1883 gold was found at the Iron Blow and copper at Mount Lyell in 1886 The postal service grew to service the influx of prospectors, hoteliers, timber cutters and their families. From 1874 62 offices had been opened in total, many for short periods. In 1911 the population on the West Coast represented 13% of the island. Today only six offices 13 Aug 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Glimpse of GB QV Jubilees Phil WaudThe Jubilee Stamps feature an important development in the design and printing of late Victorian postage stamps. The presentation includes, essays, proofs, colour trials, issued stamps and usages of this fascinating series. It is highly commended to members.30 Jul 2020 at 15:00UK : Online
Sudan: The Development of Postal Communications, 1844 - 1928. Richard Stock 16 Jul 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Mail from Central Africa before 1880 Patrick Maselis 2 Jul 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Blades, East & Blades at Abchurch Lane Peter Cockburn  18 Jun 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
INDIA – Two Anna Stamps on One Ana Watermark Markand Dave  4 Jun 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company Mike Roberts This presentation covers the origins of the Company in 1840 and its first operations on the west coast of South America. It was the founders’ ambition to control the post, issue stamps and limit competition. This failed but a successful period of domination as a contract mail carrier followed. The company expanded and became the largest steamship company in the world by 1870. The presentation shows the transition from a destination led service to cruising and cargo carrying before its eventual demise in 1965.21 May 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
Sudan: The De La Rue Years 1897 - 1991 Richard Stock  7 May 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
GB - Queen Elizabeth II Wildings Frank Walton  23 Apr 2020 at 14:00UK : Online
The Evolution of the British Franking System Bob Galland  5 Mar 2020 at 17:00UK : London
Rhodesia 1890 - 1924 Colin Hoffman  20 Feb 2020 at 13:00UK : London
Thames Valley UK Region – members’ displays UK Thames Valley Region  6 Feb 2020 at 13:00UK : London
Brunei Claire Scott Brunei, the country of my birth, has never before formed the subject of a major display to the Society. The display uses the stamps, postal history and ephemera of the country to tell the story of its development, beginning with the concession issue of 1895 and continuing through joining the Straits Settlements Postal Union in 1906, the UPU in 1916 and then, with the advent of airmail services and the discovery of oil, to becoming one of the wealthiest but smallest countries in the world. The display ends with the death of “my” Sultan in 1988.23 Jan 2020 at 13:00UK : London
The First Four Decades of Mail by Railroad in the United States of America (1838 to 1880) Hugh Feldman Although stage coach companies were the first to use early American railroads to carry mails under contract in the early 1830s, it was not until 1838 that railroad companies were contracted for this service. In that year, all railroads were designated “Post Roads”. The development of services initially using Route Agents to accompany the mails developing to Railway Post Offices introduced widely in 1864 are illustrated using covers bearing a wide range of railroad markings.9 Jan 2020 at 17:00UK : London
Paris by Night Seija-Riitta Laakso Paris in the Belle Époque era, ca 1896–1915: drama theatre, light-hearted operettas, most beautiful singers and actresses, cocottes, the French can-can, rough cabarets, and all the nightlife behind and beyond. The wild nineties, and the beginning of a new century! Picture postcards played an important role in this sparkling, world famous business. They were published for advertising and collecting, and to be sent to friends all over the world. The postcards were drawn by renowned artists or photographed by well-known ateliers, they were miniature versions12 Dec 2019 at 17:00UK : London
South East UK Region – members’ displays UK South East Region 32 Fellows and Members of the South East Region will be using the 42 new frames to present a very wide range of material. There will be some pre-adhesive material, classics, airmails, plenty of postal history and of course some interesting traditional philatelic subjects. Thematics are included and21 Nov 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Egypt: The Hotel Post Offices Richard Wheatley First came the merchants on the Overland Route to the Far East, to be followed from 1869 by voyagers on the ships sailing through the newly opened Suez Canal. Some stopped in Egypt to discover the ancient temples and these tourists required hotel accommodation and to correspond back home. So the magnificent hotels came into being, some of them with post offices inside. This is their story.7 Nov 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Tasmania Dr Patrick Reid Tasmania is the smallest of the Australian States and offers a great variety of collecting opportunities. This display illustrates a wide range of material. Sections are included on: early postal history; some Courier and Chalon issues; the later stamp issues i.e. sidefaces, tablets and pictorials; revenues, including postage stamps used for revenue purposes.; postal stationery; the rise and fall of the frank stamp system; the story of Port Arthur in postcards; Tattersall’s lottery and the schemes to avoid the postal ban; informative and instructional markings, including tax marks and some railway stamps ensure there should be something for everyone31 Oct 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Russian Civil War – Foreign Armies Fighting in Russia Edward Klempka It is a fitting tribute to the soldiers of many foreign armies who fought in Russia against the Bolsheviks that to mark the 100th anniversary of allied activity, a display of the postal history of the period is shown to Members and Fellows of the RPSL. The display shows postal history from the following armies: Belgium, British Empire (Canada, India and New Zealand), Czechoslovakia, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Poland, Romania, Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden and Finland), Turkey, the United States and Yugoslavia. In addition to the Allied Military involvement material is included from Germany and Turkey together with material from the many White Armies fighting in Russia.10 Oct 2019 at 13:00UK : London
North UK Region- members’ displays UK North Region 32 Fellows and Members from Yorkshire and Tyne and Wear in the North Region will take advantage of the increased number of frames at 15 Abchurch Lane. The display in 60 frames will cover 18 countries. Half of the display will be postal history and the remaining frames will include traditional philately, postal stationery, ephemera, postcards and cinderella material.26 Sep 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Her Majesty The Queen New South Wales and Western Australia Her Majesty The Queen The opening display of the 2019/2020 season – and the first display at the Society’s new home, 15 Abchurch Lane – will be material from New South Wales and Western Australia. As usual, this display will be restricted to Fellows and Members only.12 Sep 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Annual General Meeting   20 Jun 2019 at 16:30UK : London
Napoleonic Grande Armée Paolo Bianchi See event note6 Jun 2019 at 17:00UK : London
The Baghdad Overprints and Events leading to their Issue Freddy Khalastchy See event note23 May 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Norway 1855-1868 Georg Størmer See event note9 May 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Postal Stamps and Postal History of Liberia 1820-1920 Bryant E Korn See event note25 Apr 2019 at 13:00UK : London
150th Anniversary Celebration Her Majesty The Queen and Past Presidents See event note11 Apr 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Group Display Royal Belgian Academy See event note4 Apr 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Group Display Malaya Study Group See event note21 Mar 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Eastern Rumelia and South Bulgaria 1876-1886 William Tatham See event note14 Mar 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Classic Finland - The Oval Design Gustaf Douglas See event note28 Feb 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Dominica Simon Richards See event note14 Feb 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Boston Postal History to the War of Independence Mark Schwartz See event note7 Feb 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Jamestown 1907 Roger Brody See event note17 Jan 2019 at 17:00UK : London
Group Display Essex Philatelic Associations See event note10 Jan 2019 at 13:00UK : London
Patriotic Covers used within and from the Confederate States of America during the Civil War 1861-1865 John Walker See event note6 Dec 2018 at 17:00UK : London
Group Display Pacific Islands Study Circle See event note22 Nov 2018 at 13:00UK : London
Group Display Arge Deutsche Besetzung im 1. Weltkrieg See event note15 Nov 2018 at 13:00UK : London
Belgians Overseas Patrick Maselis See event note8 Nov 2018 at 13:00UK : London
Walking in the QV Specimen Footsteps of Marcus Samuel David Leathart See event note18 Oct 2018 at 17:00UK : London
Chile, Haiti, Nicaragua and Paraguay John Shaw, Glen Stafford and Ray Todd See event note4 Oct 2018 at 13:00UK : London
King George V Courtesy of Her Majesty The Queen The 2018 display from the Royal Philatelic Collection by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen features Great Britain material from the reign of King George V.13 Sep 2018 at 13:00UK : London
Summer Meeting: One Frame Competition   12 Jul 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Summer Meeting: One Frame Competition   12 Jul 2018 at 13:00UK : London
Annual General Meeting   28 Jun 2018 at 16:30 UK : London
Colonial American Postal History 1675-1783 Tim O'Connor The presentation surveys the American Postal System 1675-1783. The earliest postal efforts are briefly reviewed using archival material. The first postal markings, town stamps and rates are shown. The growth of the System during the Acts of Queen Anne and George III are reviewed in detail. Problems specific to the American effort are shown, along with solutions. 14 Jun 2018 at 17:00 UK : London
Group Display Polar Philately Polar Philately consists of philatelic material with an Arctic or Antarctic subject matter. It has been an organized international philatelic activity since the mid-1950s. Seeing a broad display of material in this field should interest those currently involved in Polar Philately and those with a curiosity or developing interest in Polar Philately. This is an uncommon opportunity to view a variety of extraordinary Polar material at a single venue. 31 May 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Selections from the Princely Collection HSH Prince Albert of Monaco The display commences historically with the first philatelic signs at the beginning of the 18th Century until the introduction of postage stamps in 1885 and highlight the philately of Monaco with its two offices, Monaco and Menton, with their respective French, then Sardinian, and then again French administrations. A selection will show most of the postmarks and cancellations used during this period of nearly two centuries, one that was also a busy period historically. The office at Nice used four successive Sardinian issues and, following the re-attachment of the County of Nice to France in 1860, French stamps were cancelled with Sardinian cancellations for a brief period of three months whilst awaiting the delivery of French cancellers. This study is displayed for the first time ever here in its entirety. All the stamps of Monaco from 1885 as well as the unadopted designs, drawings, proofs, essays, perforated and imperforate sheets are an important part of the collection, and a small17 May 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Cayman Islands: From Jamaica 'used in' to Queen Elizabeth II James Podger This display covers the period from when the Cayman Islands first used adhesive postage stamps up to the present reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The philatelic history of the Islands is well known for the surcharge provisional issues and the scandal surrounding them. In today’s display, I hope to show the viewer that, as well as the surcharge period, there is much of interest from these Islands, which makes collecting both a joy and a challenge. 3 May 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Regional Display South West Region South West fellows and members will display a wide range of cameo exhibits ranging from Ascension Island to Whitfield King Stationery. The half yearly meetings at Tiverton have an established format that has one or two main speakers in the morning with SW fellows and members providing a ‘Philatelic Farrago’ of short displays in the afternoon. This display is in part modelled on those afternoon presentations where over the years we have seen superb and wide-ranging material, some of which we aim to share at No 41 in April. 19 Apr 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Discovering Seahorses Bryan Kearsley George V high values, better known as Seahorses, remain one of the few iconic British stamps. The display covers the 26-year period these stamps were in circulation, including the many shades and varieties they generated. It also explains how to identify the work of the four printers involved and shows many of the uses to which these stamps were put. 5 Apr 2018 at 17:00 UK : London
The Postal History of Tuscany 1851-1862 Vittorio Morani This display illustrates the Postal History of Tuscany from the Ducal issue of 1 April 1851 to 31 December 1862. On 1 January 1863 new rates were introduced and a new postal law was extended to all the Italian provinces, ending the postal history of Tuscany. Tuscan postal history will be shown in three main sections: domestic Tuscan rates, mail exchanged with the old Italian States, as well as incoming mail, and mail exchanged in both directions with foreign countries beyond Italy. In each section, the following periods will be presented: the Ducal period, the period of the Provisional Government of Tuscany, and the Italian period up to 31 December 1862. On 1 January 1863 any differences between the Tuscan and the Italian postal rules ceased. The postal history of Tuscany will be described with many great rarities of Tuscan philately. Many rare items of the country will be shown, and incoming mail of foreign origin will also be presented. This is probably the first time that a pos22 Mar 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
The Austro-Hungarian Issue of 1867: 150 years of Austro-Hungarian Compromise Dr Harald Lang No other stamp issue is so closely linked with the history of Austria and Hungary as the 1867 issue. Following the wars of 1859 and 1866, the Austrian Empire was weakened in its foreign policy and domestic politics. As a result, in 1867 the monarchy was divided between Austria and Hungary. Hungary became a separate state with independent legislation and administration, including its postal administration. Therefore, on 9 April 1867 an order was placed with the Austrian State Printing House to design a new stamp series. It was to comprise a neutral stamp design and a uniform value designation, to be accepted in both halves of the Empire. The result was the ‘1867 issue’ with the head of the joint monarch Franz-Josef, who ruled in Austria as Emperor and in Hungary as King. The denomination ‘kr’ stood for both the currency units ‘kreuzer’ and ‘krajczar’. The ‘1867 issue’ was only valid in Hungary for about four years until 31 July 1871, but in Austria for over seventeen years until 31 Oc22 Feb 2018 at 17:00 UK : London
Group Display East Africa Study Circle With the ‘Scramble for Africa’ and its various imperial players as a backdrop, the stamps and postal history of East Africa offer both diversity and complexity. Members of the East Africa Study Circle will be presenting a wide cross section of material from British, German and Belgian perspectives. The display will be essentially chronological, from early Zanzibar letters via Uganda missionary issues and classic British East Africa through two World Wars with their associated boundary and political changes to the post-independence era. 15 Feb 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Belgium: Revenue, Airmail, Booklets, Local Post, Postage Due, Coil Stamps, Railway Stamps Patrick Maselis A miscellany of iconic items from Belgium will be shown, ranging from early 12th Century letters through to back-of-the-book items including postage dues, railway stamps, fiscals, booklets and coil stamps, local and parcel posts. 8 Feb 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Group Display Russian Academy (Igor Rodin) On display by the Russian Academy will be: the Postal History of Moscow; the Postal History of the North-West of Russia in 1806-1917; Postal relations between the Russian Empire and France (1858-1875); Tercentenary of the Romanov Dynasty - the first commemorative issue of Russian Empire; Russian Imperial pre-printed stationery used in Armenia at the beginning of the 20th century; Rarities of the Zemstvo Post; Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic 1918 – 1923 (traditional philately); Soviet Military Censorship 1939-1949; the story from the artist about the creation of the Soviet “Penny Black” issue and the creation of the first definitive stamp issue of the Russian Federation; and the development of the Soviet/Russian space mail. 25 Jan 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
Morocco Postal History (1852 - 1925) Maurice Hadida The Postal History of Morocco is a fascinating field, as there were postal services operated - at times simultaneously - by France, the United Kingdom, Spain and Germany (in order of inauguration). These foreign post offices or agencies in Morocco gradually joined the General Postal Union, later the UPU. In addition, there were two postal services in Morocco that never formed part of the UPU: the Chérifien Postal Service and the Local Posts. The display comprises postal history from all six postal services. 11 Jan 2018 at 13:00 UK : London
'Your Very Loving Madeline' Dane Garrod The Christmas presentation with a difference – bring your wives, husbands and partners as guests. In the mid-1980s, an immense cache of envelopes containing all the correspondence for the period 1872 to 1913 was allegedly discovered in an estate outbuilding of the ruined mansion Edwinsford, near Llandeilo in Carmarthenshire, and was soon dispersed through the philatelic market. This presentation is part of the challenging and rewarding gathering together of the postal history and other relevant material, enabling an evaluation of Sir James (Joe) Drummond and his wife, Madeline, and their place in the highest levels of British society, as well as family involvement with military service in India and in the South African War. Within the frames will be letters to the teenage Sir James Drummond expressing admiration and instructions to “burn this instantly” – fortunately he did not – and progress through letters to and from his wife, Madeline, as well as correspondence from Simla, India, 7 Dec 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
The Embossed Stamps of Great Britain 1841-1973 Dr. Alan Huggins This display will present a survey of the embossed adhesive stamps and postal stationery produced during the period 1841–1973. The objective is to put into context the ongoing influence of the embossed essays produced in 1840 to meet the requirement for stamps to be struck on paper supplied by the public, on the subsequent designs used for postal stationery from 1841 to 1973 and adhesive stamps from 1847 to 1854. The emphasis will be primarily on demonstrating the progressive chronological development of the stamp designs and the range of purposes for which these stamps were used rather than on detailed study of any particular issue. The display will utilise the showcases in the foyer and the large library in addition to the usual frame layout in the meeting room. 23 Nov 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
The Pre-Stamp Period of El Salvador Guillermo Gallegos The period covered in the display mainly focuses on the postal history of El Salvador from the 1780s, when the first postal markings were introduced, to 1867, year of issue of its first postage stamps. El Salvador was, at first, part of the Kingdom of Guatemala, a Spanish Colonial entity, and then of the Central American Federation before becoming an independent Republic. Relevant Pre-stamp material and related documents like Postal Ordinances and Mail Notifications have been included to show the postal evolution of the Salvadorian territory from Spanish Colony to Independent Republic. As El Salvador is seldom covered in philatelic publications, proofs from the first issues of El Salvador will be included as an appendix to give a broader view of the country's philately. 9 Nov 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
Group Display Belgian Congo Study Circle The Belgian Congo Study Circle BCSC is proud to be displaying a rather nice selection of collections from their members with a focus on the first issues with proofs and important covers. The Belgian Congo air mail section will be particularly well represented starting with the very early flights of the 1920s and further with the air mail link with the British African line. Postal history of both WW1 and WW2 will also be well represented. Last, but not least, a display introducing the relationship between Belgian Congo and the British Colonies in Africa. 26 Oct 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Group Display Deutscher Altbriefsammler-Verein (DASV) Approximately 25 members of DASV (Deutscher Altbriefsammler-Verein) will be attending personally and have their one- or two-frame displays showing all aspects of philately: pre-philately, classical, semi-classical and modern. German, European and overseas collections will be on display. Highlights will be the only known first day cover of the first German stamp, the 1-kreuzer black, known as the 'Schwarzer Einser', the only known first day cover of the second German Stamp the 'Sachsen Dreier', the red 3-Pfennig-stamp of Saxony, the only known full sheet of the same stamp and a complete double sheet of Bavaria's No.1. 12 Oct 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Geneva from the Cantonal to the Federal Post Jean Voruz The birth of the Swiss Franc in Geneva was one of the most amazing processes in Swiss postal history. From 1843 Geneva had issued its own Cantonal stamps that used the same standard as French currency. The new Federal State decided on postal and monetary unification. The display shows exceptional letters franked at rates before and after the unification and during the transition period supporting the change of parity from 70 to 100 Swiss Rappen for 1 Franc of Geneva. 28 Sep 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
West Indies Courtesy of Her Majesty The Queen The 2017 display from the Royal Philatelic Collection by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen covers the West Indies. The display focuses on the Bahamas and Jamaica, with selections from the Cayman Islands albums. The Bahamas, conventionally treated as part of the West Indies, appears never to have been shown fully to the Society, and the display this year will include King George VI material. Jamaica was last shown fully 45 years ago (and included material from both King George VI’s reign as well as pre-Independence material, as will this year’s display). The Cayman Islands (for long a Dependency of Jamaica until the latter’s Independence) nevertheless had some interesting stamp issues of its own which will be shown, including the material relating to the ‘dolphin fish’ episode. 14 Sep 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Displays by The Monday Club (Library Volunteers) RPSL The RPSL Library’s dedicated team of volunteers will be displaying a wide range of material including catapult mail, postal history from Hamburg and Russia, and stamps from Belgium, Finland, New Zealand and Romania. There will also be classic material from Switzerland, together with some very unusual material from the Sudan and France. 27 Jul 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Annual General Meeting   22 Jun 2017 at 16:30 UK : London
Chinese International Air Mail to 1949 Frank Walton The president’s display features a presentation on the mail from China that travelled by air at some point on its route. The display is broadly split into three sections: Pre-WW2 – when the six international airlines competed with one another on price and service; WW2 – with complex routes that were forced upon the carriers by military campaigns closing traditional routes; and Post-WW2 – although stability came back to the routes taken, hyperinflation caused chaos to the rates. Although all material shown has been flown, the treatment of the collection is fundamentally postal history rather than aerophilately. 8 Jun 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society’s Collections RPSL This meeting will be a unique opportunity for Members to view a range of material from 18 different collections which form the major part of those held by the Society. Although selections from many of these will have been seen previously over the years at Annual General Meeting and other displays, as far as possible the items chosen will be from sections which have not been seen recently. Besides the 52 frames in the meeting room there will also be material on view in the display cases. 18 May 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
GB Line-engraved Plate Repairs 1840–1855 Scott Treacey A presentation of the early GB 1d and 2d issues from plates and positions that were subject to re-entering, thus existing in two or more identifiable states. The main emphasis will be on repaired plates from the 1853 to 1855 period – an area that is not generally covered in any depth in the literature and where, even today, new repairs continue to be discovered regularly. 11 May 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
Regional Display London and Surrey Region Fellows & members resident in the London & Surrey region each contribute displays consisting of one, two or three frames of pages largely of their own choice. A wide range of material from around the world will be shown. Stamps, Postal History & Thematic subjects included. 27 Apr 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
South Australia Postal History 1834–1900 Pat Grimwood-Taylor South Australia, unlike the other Australian colonies, was established for free settlers only and was far less populated than NSW or Victoria. Surviving mail is far less. However, this display includes the earliest known letters, rare overseas and Contract mail, much of which was included in the International Large Gold medal exhibit. 6 Apr 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
GB Railway Station Cancellations from 1840 Bill Pipe The introduction and uses of postal markings as issued to Railway Stations from the earliest recorded undated mark in the world: the MISSENT TO/DERBY R.O of Boxing Day 1840 and the worlds earliest dated railway station cancel of Gloucester station of the 18th March 1842 right up to 2015. In the display which will cover the 175 years to 2015, there will be examples of all convention postal markings from undated and dated double arc cancels, numerals, duplexes, squared circles, including the unique NORMANTON STATION, single and double ring cancels, travellers and skeletons, rubbers, straight-line marks, postage due marks, instructional marks, missent marks, parcel post labels and cancels, registered mail, railway letter stamps and much more. Every sheet will have “something added” and the condition of the exhibits is of “exhibition quality” with many unique and less common markings and usages. 23 Mar 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Pakistan beyond the Catalogue Mike J Roberts To say that the Pakistan Postal Authorities were not fully prepared for the introduction of decimal currency on 1 January 1961 would be something of an understatement. The hurried overprinting of existing stamps by Pakistan Security Printing Corporation and particularly Times Press produced a feast of varieties. But the real gems are the stamps locally handstamped in District Treasuries and post offices throughout the country. Rarely encountered by general collectors, largely ignored and totally misunderstood by Pakistan specialists, and certainly never mentioned in polite philatelic company, these are dismissed by Mr Gibbons as “outside the scope of this catalogue”. You have been warned! 9 Mar 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
Orange Free State Postal Stationery Mike Smith The display covers the postal stationery issues of the O.F.S. during the Republican Period (18841900). These can be divided into two distinct groups, the issues printed by De La Rue in London and the local issues printed by Borckenhagen in Bloemfontein whenever supplies ran out or new values were required, the demand for which did not warrant the expense of a new De La Rue printed issue. Particular emphasis will be placed on the local issues as their method of production makes them unique within the field of postal stationery. 23 Feb 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
The Work of the RPSL Ltd Expert Committee Chris Harman This presentation offers a short history of the Expert Committee. It explains some of the equipment which we use and shows the extensive reference collections available to us, including the privilege of access to the collection of the society's Patron, Her Majesty The Queen, in order to make comparisons. However, much of the presentation will focus on some of our past patients and the sort of conundrums that these produce for expertisers. Almost by definition, expert opinions tend to be sought for more challenging and difficult items. Although many of these can be relatively straightforward with knowledge, the right equipment, and reference material, others can be very difficult. 9 Feb 2017 at 17:00 UK : London
Jamaica Steve Jarvis and Paul Wright This display is a quick gallop through as many different Jamaica philately topics as could be included in the 52 frames. It is intended to demonstrate the diversity of material available for collection and study from this island, which has enabled Paul and Steve to each have their own specialist collecting areas which complement each other. The display spans the period from the 1760s through to post-independence. 26 Jan 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Fiji David Alford and John Ray David and John have been collecting Fiji for more years than they care to remember. Their display will include a wide variety of material - stamps, postal history, postal stationery, cancellations, airmails, crash and wreck mail, picture postcards, revenues, essays and proofs. David will concentrate on the Fiji Times to King George VI period with John focussing on the King George V to Queen Elizabeth II reigns and post-independence material. 12 Jan 2017 at 13:00 UK : London
Czechoslovakia: The Allegory Issue 1920 Yvonne Wheatley In 1920 stamp production was in its infancy in Czechoslovakia. The definitive set, the Allegory issue, underwent trials of printing methods, perforation and colours. These factors combined to make it an issue worthy of study. The display contains many examples of experimental material as well as flaws caused by the haste in which they were prepared. 8 Dec 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Group Display Académie de philatélie (France) 21 members of the Académie display selections from their collections of between one and three frames. An interesting range of topics will be shown covering a cross section illustrating the philately of France from early pre-stamp mail to modern times (selected stamp issues, the Colonies and Maritime Postal History), as well as the postal history and philately of other countries. 24 Nov 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha West Africa Study Circle A total of 17 members or friends of the Circle present a wide ranging display from these three South Atlantic Islands. Whether your interest lies with early mail, postal history, censorship, artist’s designs and essays, Specimens, studies of stamp issues, forgeries or maps and postcards, you should find something here. It is believed this is the first time that material from all three authorities has been displayed together at No. 41. 10 Nov 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Scouting around the World Hallvard Slettebø The display starts with the FIP large gold exhibit “World Scouting” which currently is the highest merited exhibit within the ever popular theme of Boy Scouts and Girl Guides. The exhibit presents the idea, principles and activities of Scouting and its development from Baden-Powell’s Scheme into today’s world wide movement. It is followed by “Scout Mail in DP Camps”, “Scouting UK” (since we are here!) , “Scouting Norway” (since the presenter is Norwegian) and a general section “Scouting around the World”. Focus is on presenting Scout related postal history for the period up to 1957 which marks the Golden jubilee of Scouting and the centenary of the birth of Lord Baden-Powell. 27 Oct 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Classic Revenues of the British West Indies Michael Medlicott The display will comprise elements of a collection formed over 40 years, and show adhesive and impressed stamps from the reign of Queen Victoria issued by selected West Indian Colonies. Included will be artists’ essays, die and plate proofs as well as the issued stamps both loose and on documents. With few exceptions, almost all the major issued rarities of the region will be shown, some of which have survived in minute numbers. As their designs and usages often cross over with Postage issues, the display may appeal to collectors not normally interested in Revenues. 13 Oct 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Digital Philately for Beginners (3 sessions) Crawford Seminar  12 Oct 2016 UK : London
German Occupation of the Channel Islands Ron Brown The Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles occupied by the Germans during World War 2. The first part of the display shows the effect of the occupation on the postal services on the Islands and includes Swastika overprints, Bigwood essays and the occupation printed stamps for both Guernsey and Jersey including original artwork, essays, proofs and the printed stamps. The second part entitled ‘some untold stories’ comprises mail to and from the Channel Island civilians who were imprisoned by the Germans in France and Germany with a number of these prisoners meeting their death in German penal prisons as the result of their brutal treatment. 29 Sep 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
British Guiana and Barbados Courtesy of Her Majesty The Queen The 2016 display from the Royal Philatelic Collection by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen covers British Guiana and Barbados, both down to 1935 and the Silver Jubilee issues. British Guiana was last shown fully in 1982 and before that 1950…. Barbados on the other hand has never been shown fully, although a very small selection from the latter territory was shown in 1990.” 15 Sep 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Latin America RPSL Members  28 Jul 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society’s Collections   30 Jun 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Annual General Meeting   30 Jun 2016 at 16:30 UK : London
China Paul Davey Any display claiming to show China comprehensively is doomed to failure due to the breadth of the subject. This display therefore introduces early mail in China and the foreign post offices then concentrates on subjects less studied and not previously displayed to the Society. These include commemoratives before 1950, perfins, anti-bandit controls, Taiwan in the Japanese and immediate post-war periods, Communist regionals and postage dues. 9 Jun 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Sierra Leone to 1961 Frank Walton The West African British Colony of Sierra Leone was founded in the early nineteenth century as a sanctuary for freed slaves. It was an early adopter of the principle of adhesive labels, with the first stamps being issued in the late 1850s. This display features a wide range of different aspects of Sierra Leone philately, with essays, proofs, specimens and issued stamps from 1859 to independence in 1961. Several categories of postal history will also be shown, with early mail both to and from Sierra Leone from the beginning of the 19th century. Specifically, there are sections on packet and ship letters, instructional marks, TPOs, censorship, air mails and village postmarks. 19 May 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Postal Stationery of Saxony 1859 to 1867 Arnim Knapp This is a study of the development and design, manufacture and sale to the public for use of the franco-envelopes of the Royal Saxon post offices. The display will explain the development in detail and will include unique essays and proofs, as well as envelopes used within Saxony, the Austro-German Postal Union (DÖPV), and to European and overseas destinations. It will include a detailed and comprehensive collection of postal stationary of the old German States. 5 May 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Bermuda David Pitts and Arthur Groten This presentation will examine Bermuda’s postal history beginning with the earliest known cover in private hands, 1617. We will touch on all aspects of postal history organized by route. Rates and markings appear in their appropriate place in that narrative. A number of unique items, such as the Moncrieff cover, and iconic ones, such as the Postmaster Stamps, are placed in their context. Such a comprehensive study has not been attempted before. 28 Apr 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Classic USA Gordon Eubanks The exhibit is a comprehensive study of the five imperforate stamps of the United States issued between July 1851 and 1856. It discusses varieties and shows a diverse range of uses including how the stamps were treated by the post office and the extensive use patrons found for the mails during a period of profound change in the country. 14 Apr 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
The post in Paris up to the Revolution Christopher Hitchen The French General post evolved from the Royal post in the 16th century. An office is recorded in the capital as early as 1576. By 1700 the post was well organised and to make the calculation of rates somewhat easier the use of departure marks became the norm so that the distance a letter had travelled was quite clear. Paris used paid marks from around 1703, the earlier ones in the form of seal like devices without a town name. The display begins with the development of the General Post in the capital and continues with the private local post, La Petite Poste which opened in June 1760. France is a very centralised country, everything is run from Paris and the post office is no exception. A number of national services were housed at the head office and these are also covered – the Dead letter office, newspapers and printed matter. 31 Mar 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Ireland Des Quail, John Sussex, Peter Wood & Dieter Michelson On display will be early Irish Postal History with forerunners starting with a Corsini letter from 1591, the General Post Period from 1657, the Local Dublin posts of 1773 to 1831; into the Unified Period 1827-1839 and Adhesive Period to 1875. Also included will be frames covering shipbuilding in Belfast, and the three Olympic-Class liners built by Harland & Woolf. The Birth of the Irish Republic 1900 to 1949, including forerunner pro- and anti-Home Rule labels, the 1916 Rising and Civil War, the New Post Office and the postal history of Ireland in the Second World War. Airmails of Ireland, beginning with the forced landing of Alcock and Brown into a bog at Clifden, Co. Galway in 1919 and including a card addressed to Dublin written on board a Zeppelin flight in 1913. Also on display will be Cinderella’s, Exhibitions, Railways and a look at The Road to Independence taking in aspects of the Victorian Post Office in Ireland. And finally, development of the post in Ireland from the 17 Mar 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Dutch Colonies in the West Deo van Wijk The exhibit restricts itself to the Antilles. The islands consist of two groups, the so called Windward Islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, and the Leeward Islands, St. Martin, Saba and St. Eustatius. Pre-philatelic mail from the 17th Century to the early 19th Century is shown. In 1872 stamps became available specifically for the Dutch West Indies. Different types and perforations are included together with mail from this period. 3 Mar 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Cyprus Akis Christou The display focuses on the first five sets of Cyprus stamps, starting at year 1880 with the Provisional Overprints and then the Cyprus Key Plate definitive issues. The presentation will focus upon the production, errors, varieties and postal usage of the stamps. 18 Feb 2016 at 17:00 UK : London
Regional Display East Midlands Region About 20 fellows & members resident in the East Midlands will each contribute displays consisting of one, two or three frames of pages largely of their own choice. A wide range of material from around the world will be shown. Stamps, Postal History & Thematic subjects included. 28 Jan 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
Gold Coast Ian Anderson & Jeremy Martin This joint display covers all aspects of the former British colony. There will be frames with pre-stamp covers, essays and proofs, stationery, cancellations, military mail and much more. There will also be postal orders, reply coupons, revenues and telegrams. Hopefully, something for everyone. 14 Jan 2016 at 13:00 UK : London
60th Anniversary Display Great Britain Philatelic Society The Great Britain Philatelic Society, the world’s leading society for collectors of British stamps and postal history, is celebrating its diamond jubilee in 2015. As part of these celebrations, its members are proud to be able to offer a wide-ranging display, which encompasses the rich diversity of their collecting interests and illustrates the proud history of the British Post Office. It is hoped there will be something for everyone with material ranging from Penny Blacks to Machins and from pre-stamp to modern postal history. 10 Dec 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Falkland Islands Mike J Y Roberts The Postal History of the Falkland Islands 1827 -1945. Although the United Kingdom had claimed the Islands many years before and had occupied them briefly in 1765, it was not until 1833 that they became permanently occupied. This presentation will attempt to explain the postal history from the time before this assertion of British rule and take matters forward to the end of World War II. The earliest items all emanate from the whaling industry, in the main from the USA; the Islands being a particular favourite of some of the New England private ship owners. The earliest packet mail goes back to 1843 via the South American ports of Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Stamps were first issued in 1878 and 1879; these immediately preceding a formal mail contract between the Falkland Island Government and the Kosmos Company of Germany. The Pacific Steam Navigation Company took this over in 1901 and operated exclusively until 1917. Inter island mail was important in the Islands as it wa26 Nov 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
First Postal Issues of the Spanish Antilles Yamil Kouri A comprehensive treatment of the first postal issues of Spanish Antilles (1855-1865), meant to be used in the Caribbean islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico,but also initially valid as postage in the Philippine Islands. It covers the production, paper and printing varieties, surcharges applied for the internal mail service of the city of Havana, postal counterfeits, and a large diversity of uses on domestic and foreign destinations. The foreign uses during the Spanish punitive military expedition to Veracruz and the Spanish military occupation of the Dominican Republic are also discussed in depth, as well as a few exceptional uses abroad. 12 Nov 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
Early Scottish Postal History Malcolm Fenning The development of postal services in Scotland in 120 years that encompassed the Union of Crowns with England, several wars, civil war, plague, revolution, famine and the Union of Parliaments. Initially, letters were carried by private arrangement, merchant posts and burgh posts. Over time organised, structured posts developed which were available for public use. A Scottish Post Office was created, only to be absorbed, in 1711, into a new British Post Office. 29 Oct 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
25th Anniversary: Revenues of the World Revenue Society To help celebrate their Silver Jubilee, the Revenue Society presents a display illustrating the diversity of fiscal philately, ranging from 17th century French parchment tax to Liverpool Trade Association stamps, and from the Turkish Aviation Fund to the elegant De La Rue key types of Queen Victoria. 15 Oct 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
GB £5 Orange John Horsey Second only to the 1d black, the £5 Orange is the most iconic GB stamp of the Victorian era. It started as a Telegraphs stamp, before the plate was converted for the £5 Postage stamp. 1 Oct 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
British West Africa, Courtesy of Her Majesty The Queen  17 Sep 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society’s Collections   25 Jun 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Annual General Meeting   25 Jun 2015 at 16:30 UK : London
The Duchy of Schleswig to 1920 Chris King (Presidential Display) The Duchies of Slesvig (Schleswig in German) and Holstein were associated with the Danish Crown from the 15th century, until the Second Schleswig War of 1864 and the seizure by Prussia and Austria. From around 1830 sections of the population began to identify with German or Danish nationality and political movements followed. In Denmark, the National Liberal Party used the Schleswig question as part of their programme and demanded that the Duchy be incorporated in the Danish kingdom under the slogan "Denmark to the Eider". This caused a conflict between Denmark and the German states, which led to the Schleswig-Holstein Question of the 19th century. When the National Liberals came to power in Denmark, in 1848, it provoked an uprising of ethnic Germans who supported Schleswig's ties with Holstein. This led to the First Schleswig War. Denmark was victorious, although more through politics than strength of arms. The London Protocol of 1852 caused Prussian troops to pull out of Schleswig an18 Jun 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Swedish Military Mail 17th Century - Afghanistan Richard Bodin  4 Jun 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Haiti Brian Moorhouse  21 May 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
50 Displays by members who joined since London 2010   14 May 2015 at 11:00 UK : London
Sicily 1859-1860 Francesco Lombardo  7 May 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
First World War Display - Gallipoli 25 April 1915 Atadan Tunaci, Bahattin Oztuncay and Gary Diffen  23 Apr 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
Nederlandse Academie voor Filatelie Ruud Verberne  9 Apr 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
The Postcode Programmes of France - the experimental years 1958-1978 Mick Bister  26 Mar 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
Six Australian States Joseph Hackmey  12 Mar 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
The blockades of America during the Revolutionary, 1812 and Civil Wars Steve Walske  26 Feb 2015 at 17:00UK : London
The Postal Markings of Suffolk 1700-1844 Tom Slemons (Great Britain Collectors Club of the USA)  19 Feb 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
Machin No-Value-Indicated Steve McGill (Great Britain Collectors Club of the USA)  19 Feb 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
Sir Daniel Cooper Lecture: The Telegraph Stamps of Great Britain Prof Iain Stevenson  12 Feb 2015 at 17:00 UK : London
Chinese Members Danny Wong, Andrew Cheung & Michael Lin  29 Jan 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
France – L’émission au type Sage Peter Kelly  15 Jan 2015 at 13:00 UK : London
The Dealers: Christmas Display Edward Caesley FRPSL, Charles Kiddle RDCP, Francis Kiddle RDP HON FRPSL RDCP, Chris King RDP HON FRPSL, Wolfgang Maassen RDP HON FRPSL, and Vincent Schoubrechts FRPSL 18 Dec 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Regional Display RPSL Members in Scotland  4 Dec 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Fortress in the North, Iceland in World War II David Kindley  20 Nov 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
British West Indies SC Diamond Jubilee BWISC  6 Nov 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Philatelic Conservation Crawford Seminar  21 Oct 2014 UK : London
100 Years of Heinrich Köhler Auctions - Heinrich Köhler - his life, his business Dieter Michelson  9 Oct 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Great Britain Postal History 1840-1854 Edward Klempka  2 Oct 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Canada and its Provinces Courtesy of Her Majesty The Queen  18 Sep 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society’s Collections RPSL  26 Jun 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Annual General Meeting RPSL  26 Jun 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Extracts from a Wartime Diary Christine A. Earle  5 Jun 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Hungarian PS of GB - 50th Anniversary Hungarian PS of GB  22 May 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Great Britain Surface Printed Bob Galland  8 May 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
City of Lübeck before 1868 The President, Chris King  24 Apr 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Denmark Bicoloured Postal Stationery 1871-1905 Lars Engelbrecht  10 Apr 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Great Britain Booklets and their Contents Ian Harvey  27 Mar 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
India: Overland Mail to Europe with special reference to Great Britain and France Jochen Heddergott  13 Mar 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Malayan Revenues Peter Cockburn  27 Feb 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Royal Correspondence between Britain and Asia Richard Morel (The President’s Guest)  13 Feb 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
Regional Display Wales & Herefordshire Region  30 Jan 2014 at 13:00 UK : London
Romania and its Foreign POs 1811-1903 Heinz Glättli  16 Jan 2014 at 17:00 UK : London
70th Anniversary of Membership John Lea  19 Dec 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
William H. Gross United States 1847 Issue Charles Shreve  12 Dec 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Czechoslovak PS of GB - 60th Anniversary Czechoslovak PS of GB  21 Nov 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Classic Sweden Gustaf Douglas  31 Oct 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Perkins Bacon Crawford Seminar  29 Oct 2013 UK : London
Greek Hermes Heads Mixed Frankings Wolfgang Bauer  17 Oct 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Jacob Perkins in America Gary Granzow  3 Oct 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Commonwealth of Australia Her Majesty The Queen  19 Sep 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society's Collections RPSL  20 Jun 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
AGM RPSL  20 Jun 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Colombia - The Department Of Antioquia 1886-1904 Santiago Cruz  6 Jun 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Postal Stationery 'Uncovered' Members' Display  23 May 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Byways and Backwaters of Southern Africa Brian Trotter (President)  2 May 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Winning Finnish Independence Jussi Tuori  18 Apr 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
United States Postal Rates 1851-1863 Don Richardson  4 Apr 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Sir Daniel Cooper Lecture: The British Stamping Office and Taxation - Revenues 1671-1853 Chris Harman  14 Mar 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Regional Display RPSL North West Region  28 Feb 2013 at 13:00 UK : London
Blindman's Mail Gavin Fryer  7 Feb 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
The Loss and Restoration to Denmark of North Schleswig Birthe King  24 Jan 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Cape of Good Hope from 1864 Robert Johnson  10 Jan 2013 at 17:00 UK : London
Posted in advance for Christmas Pat Campbell  13 Dec 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
Scandinavia PS 60th Anniversary Display Scandinavia Philatelic Society  29 Nov 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Sudan: The development of Postal Communications (1845-1928) Richard Stock  15 Nov 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
GB Machins 1967-2012 Steve McGill  1 Nov 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
Imperial Airways Limited Barry Scott  11 Oct 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
The New Zealand Advertisement Stamps of 1893-94 Robin Gwynn  27 Sep 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
A Further Pacific Selection Her Majesty the Queen  13 Sep 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Selection from the Society's Collections Royal Philatelic Society London  28 Jun 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Annual General Meeting Royal Philatelic Society London  28 Jun 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
Great Britain Postage Due Mail since 1839 Patrick Frost  7 Jun 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
The Other King's Head The President  24 May 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
The Rhodesias: The Early explorers to Independence Patrick Flanagan  10 May 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Australian Commonwealth - King George VI and QE 2 selected issues to 2000 Arthur Gray  26 Apr 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Australian Commonwealth - Federation to the end of the King George V Reign Arthur Gray  12 Apr 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
The Sir Daniel Cooper Lecture, Sir Daniel Cooper and 'Stamps With Large Margins' Alan Huggins  29 Mar 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
The development of Postal Services in New Zealand until the Introduction of Adhesive Postal Stamps (1827-1855) Patrick Maselis  15 Mar 2012 at 17:00 UK : London
Philippines. Cuba. New Orleans. Inwards to Spain. 1836 Anglo-French Postal Treaty Geoff Lewis  1 Mar 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Victorian Natal Keith Klugman  16 Feb 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Sarawak - The First 100 Years Simon Martin-Redman  26 Jan 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Display by the West Midlands Region of the RPSL West Midlands Region  12 Jan 2012 at 13:00 UK : London
Philately Will Get You Nowhere;The Pitiful & Wasted Life of a Chronic Stampoholic Mike Roberts  15 Dec 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
Russia - Zemstvo Postal History and Postal Stationery Terry Page  24 Nov 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Display of Grand Masters letters of the The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John, Jerusalem, of Rhodes and Malta Alfred Bonnici  10 Nov 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
Persia Postal history. Early periods up to the 1930's. Björn Sohrne  27 Oct 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Two weeks in September with the Peter Lister  13 Oct 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
The Postal History Society: 75th Anniversary Display Postal History Society  29 Sep 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Her Majesty The Queen. Great Britain: The Present Reign Michael Sefi  15 Sep 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
AGM Display Royal Philatelic Society London - Society Collections  23 Jun 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Display by Signatories to the Roll of Distinguished Philatelists Bjäringer, Barker, Odenweller, Drysdall, Kiddle, Brun, Chauvet, Delbeke, Harman, Hess, von Hofmann, Huggins, Jaretzky, Kimmel, Moubray, Pearson, Proud, Storch, Sussex, Trotter, Tuori, Van der Linden, West Aachen, Afghanistan, Africa, Airmail, aircraft, Airways, Alsace, Anderson, Anderssen, Australia, Australian, Azores, Bacon, Bagdad, Basset, Basutoland, Beckton, Belgium, Bishop, Bjäringer, Boer, Boker, Brun, BSAA, Butler, Carpathian, Ceylon, Chauvet, Cologne, Colombo, Constantinople, Creeke, Delbeke, dHermès,, Diena, Dieter, distinguished, Djibouti,, Downey, Drysdall, Earée, Evans, Fathers, Finland, Finnish, France, Fulcher, German, Germany, Gerrish, Goodfellow, Goodwyn, Grèce,, Greece, Griebe, Hadlow, Hanciau, Harding, Harman, Harmer, Havanna, Hellrigl, Helsinki, Hennig, Hermes, Hess, Hofmann, Hohen, Holland, Holmes, Hopkins, Horncastle, Horseshoe, Hubbard, Huggins, Hunziker, insufficiently, Iraq, Italy, Jaretzky, Jatia, Justus, Karkoff, Keresztenysziget, Kiddle, Kimmel, Koh, Lacroix,, Lancaster, Langlois, Linden, Lindenberg, Madagascar, Marriott, Marsden, Marshall, Maury, Melville, Menzinsky, Milnes-Marsden, Morton-Evans, Moubray, Mulready, New Zealand, Odenweller, Oldfield, Packet, 9 Jun 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Over the Hills and Far Away 1793-1815 Alan Moorcroft Napoleon, Peninsula 26 May 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
The Post Office Went to War Christine A. Earle WW2 12 May 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
The Postal History of the Ottoman Port of Smyrna Michael Fulford Smyrna, Ottoman, Turkey 12 May 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Aden Postal History to World War I Gary Brown Aden, India 28 Apr 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
Display by French Fellows and Members of the RPSL   14 Apr 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Secured delivery leading to the introduction of registered mail: 1450-1862 Alan Holyoake Registration, Registered, Secure 24 Mar 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
Mail from the Eastern Seas - The British and Dutch in South East Asia Iain Dyce and John Jackson Asia, Indonesia, Singapore, Dutch 10 Mar 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
War Prisoners' Mail in East Asia, Second World War David Tett Japan, Military 24 Feb 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
60th Anniversary Display The Society of Postal Historians Adapted, Adriatic, Afghanistan, Africa, African, Åland, Andorra, Antigua, Austrian, Barbuda, Brunei:, Cape, Cayman, Censorship, Chami, Ctms/t, Cumberland, Disinfection, Due, Dutch, Færoe, Falkland, Finland, Finnish, Flights, Forwarding, France, French, Gambia:, German, India, Ireland’s, Italian, Johore, Libya, Marks, Nelson, Occupation, Paris, Persian, Pigeon, Plague, Recusants:, Reform, Registration, Returned, Sage, Seals, Sierra, Southampton, Spanish, Stuiver, Tahiti, Tasmania:, Triangular, Type, Wafer, Windsor, Wrapper 10 Feb 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Mail from the French Shore of Newfoundland Henk Slabbinck and James Taylor Canada 27 Jan 2011 at 17:00 UK : London
Display by the North Midlands Region of the RPSL   13 Jan 2011 at 13:00 UK : London
Cinderella Stamp Club 50th Anniversary Cinderella Stamp Club Cinderella 16 Dec 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
Upper Bongoland Dr Kwame Obeye-Amin, Michael Dixon  16 Dec 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
Tristan Da Cunha to 1946 Rainey, Chris Tristan 25 Nov 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
Aberdeen Philatelic Society Centenary Display Aberdeen Philatelic Society  11 Nov 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
The Dominion of Canada 1868-1928 Moubray, Jane Canada 28 Oct 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
Channel Islands Specialists' Society 60th Anniversary Display Channel Islands Specialists' Society Jersey, Guernsey 14 Oct 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
Stamp Design, Printing & Posting  Design, Printing 9 Oct 2010 at 10:00 UK : London
The Opening of Rhodesia Early Mails 1860 to c1900 Hoffman, Colin M Rhodesia 30 Sep 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
King George VI British Commonwealth Selection HM The Queen  16 Sep 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
AGM Display Royal Philatelic Society London - Society Collections Chalons 24 Jun 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
The Independent State of Croatia Bosworth, Anthony Croatia, Yugoslavia 10 Jun 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
A different look at Colombia Anyon, Alan D & Bortfeld, Dieter Colombia 27 May 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
Exhibition by Royal Philatelic Societies around the world RPSL London, Canada, Cape Town, NZ, Sydney, Victoria GB, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa 6 May 2010 UK : London
Come take a ride on the Hindenburg Ganz, Cheryl R Zeppelin 29 Apr 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
A View from the Islands: Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Singapore Christopher Podger, James Podger, Francis Podger West Indies, Cyprus, Singapore 15 Apr 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
International Mail crossing the Italian Peninsula, 1815-1852 Matha, Thomas Italy, Papal States 25 Mar 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
St Christopher, St Kitts-Nevis Brookes, Brian A West Indies 11 Mar 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
The King's Head (George V) Moorcroft, Alan N Stamps, George V 25 Feb 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
The Duchy of Schleswig, 1587-1920 King, Christopher Schleswig, Denmark, Prussia, Austria 11 Feb 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
Finnish Military Mail Keeffe, Eric Finland, Military 11 Feb 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
History of the Square-rigged Sailing Vessels Hallstrom, Jonas Ships, Sailing, Thematics 28 Jan 2010 at 17:00 UK : London
Display: Wessex at 41 RPSL Members in the South West region  14 Jan 2010 at 13:00 UK : London
The Ladies Entertain RPSL Lady Members Abbey, Austro-Hungarian, Borneo, Brigades, Camps, Chainbreaker, Christmas, Civil, Conflict, Czechoslovakia, d’Eaux, Denmark, Design, Dynasty, Europe, Forces, France, German, Herschel, History, Ireland, Jubilee, Meter, Navy, Norway, Parliament, Penguin, Rhodesia, Saar, Seychelles, Southwold, Spanish, Undeliverable, Valentines,, Villes, War, Westminster, Whales, WW1, WW2 10 Dec 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
International Mail via Trieste, 1840-1871 Rohlfs, Rolf Austria, Transit, India, Suez, GB 26 Nov 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
From Sail to Steam on the North Atlantic Feldman, Hugh V. USA, Ships, Trans-Atlantic 12 Nov 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
USA Mails by Water Feldman, Hugh V. USA, Ships, River, Lake, Steamer 12 Nov 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Ship Letters from around the British Isles Ray-Smith, Malcolm GB, Ships 29 Oct 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Display of Malaya Malaya Study Group Malaya, Straits Settlements, Labuan, Singapore 15 Oct 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Sudan: The Camel Postman Richard Stock Sudan 1 Oct 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
A Great Britain Selection HM The Queen GB 17 Sep 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
AGM Display Royal Philatelic Society London - Society Collections Chalons 25 Jun 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Great Britain and British Empire 1840-1936 Vestey, Lord GB, Commonwealth 11 Jun 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Belgian Colonies Maselis, Patrick Belgium 28 May 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Display Collectors Club, New York Hawaii, USA, New Zealand, Transatlantic, Tasmania, GB, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Grenada, Denmark, Switzerland, Turkey, Bosnia, Iraq, Madeira, Mexico, Reunion 14 May 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
British Post Offices Abroad Wood, Hugh GB 30 Apr 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Oil Rivers Protectorate Provisionals 1893-94 Sacher, S John  16 Apr 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Straits Settlements Koh, S C Malaya 2 Apr 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Academie Europeenne de Philatelie: Display Academie Européenne de Philatelie France, Belgium, Spain, Boer War, Cape Verde Is, Santo Domingo, Morocco, Romania, Ireland, Lado, Reunion, India, Mexico, Congo, Gabon 19 Mar 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
United States of America - First Issue Mirsky, Harvey USA 5 Mar 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Australia/New Zealand/UK 19th Century Mail Tabeart, Colin Australia, New Zealand 19 Feb 2009 at 17:00 UK : London
Display by Swedish Members Swedish Members Sweden, Iceland, Samples, Postage Due, Germany, GB, Netherlands, Persia, India, Costa Rica, Mongolia, Samoa 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Ulf Tidholm: Sweden - the Deliveries of 4 Skilling Banco 1855-58 Ulf Tidholm Skilling, Sweden 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Bo Grendal: Sweden - a Selection of Letters 1855-1872 Bo Grendal Sweden 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Lennart Daun: Swedish Postal Stationery Lennart Daun Sweden, Stationery 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Bertil Larsson: Swedish former Possessions and Post Offices abroad Bertil Larsson Sweden 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Douglas Storckenfeldt: Iceland - the First Issue Douglas Storckenfeldt Iceland 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Ulf Stenquist: Swedish Crown Mail Cancellations 1710-1873 Ulf Stenquist Crown, Sweden 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Gustaf Douglas: St Barthélemy - ”St Barths” Postal History 1796-1892 Gustaf Douglas St Barthélemy, St Bartholemew 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Gunnar Nilsson: Swedish letters without stamps to the United Kingdom 1706 to 1875 Gunnar Nilsson Sweden, Great Britain 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Kjell Nilson: Swedish Postal History 1920-1970 Kjell Nilson Sweden 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Tomas Bjäringer: Sweden - Fakes and Forgeries Tomas Bjäringer Sweden, Forgery 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Olle Pettersson: Sweden Circle Type - Errors, Varieties and Curiosities Olle Pettersson Sweden, Circle 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Roland Frahm: The 1930 Night Mail Aeroplane postage stamps from Sweden, correctly used 9.5.1930 to 8.7.1931 Roland Frahm Sweden, Airmail 5 Feb 2009 at 13:00 UK : London
Patrik Larsson: European Samples of No Value from 1715 and up to UPU Patrik Larsson Sample, no value, Austria, Lombardy, Venetia, Belgium. Denmark, France, German States, Baden, Bavaria, Braunschweig, Hannover, Norddeutscher Postbezirk, Prussia, Sachsen, Schleswig, Holstein, Thurn, Taxis, Wurttemberg, Great Britain, Italian States, Italian Kingdom, Naples, Pontifical States, Papal, Sardinia, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.