Stampex Talks: Postal History Treatment

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Business Design Centre

52 Upper Street

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N1 0QH

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The seminar will be led by Dr Peter McCann from Florida who is a past Vice-President of the FIP (the International Philatelic Federation).

Peter will be talking on the subject of 'Treatment in Postal History exhibits'. It is a new presentation that was first given in Prague last August and was well received. In addition to reviewing the principles underlying good treatment, it examines a number of case studies including several on British and Commonwealth themes. Treatment is at the heart of creating an exhibit and is almost always an aspect on which the judges have suggestions for improvement.

This should, therefore, be a MUST GO event for all postal historians (and others) who are looking at how they can improve their exhibits, especially as Peter will be on the jury at this exhibition.
Image with thanks to Mark Bloxham Stamps Ltd

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52 Upper Street

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N1 0QH

United Kingdom

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Organiser ABPS & Stampex International

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The Association of British Philatelic Societies (ABPS) is the National Organisation catering for the needs of collectors through the Federations and local societies and those interested in philately.

Stampex International is the UK’s largest philatelic exhibition, showcasing a masterful presentation of collected stamps from stamp dealers and specialists from all over the world. This 4-day event brings together philatelists from around the world and attracts stamp enthusiasts who want to learn more about the history of stamps and the hobby itself. The show is organised twice a year by The Philatelic Traders’ Society (PTS). 

Autumn Stampex International 2019 will take place at the Business Design Centre (BDC) in Islington, London from 11th - 14th September 2019

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