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ASPS Society Displays in place of Congress 2021

Class: Postal History

The ASPS was very disappointed in being unable to proceed with Congress in Perth in April this year. Everyone involved was looking forward to the contributions from the host Societies, Dumfries and Kirkcudbright, and to hosting the Northern National Competition. However, members of all associated societies agreed that the ASPS web-site should display a range of displays from the member Societies of ASPS. We very much hope that you enjoy this snapshot of philately in Scotland. Only the first page of their entries is shown below.
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Norman Watson (Perth Philatelic Society)

Scottish Postmasters


Norman Kelso (Dundee & District Philatelic Society)

Twopenny Blue Usage


Bill Clark (East Africa Study Circle)

WW2 in East Africa: Polish Refugee Settlements


David Millar (Dundee & District Philatelic Society)

Queen Victoria Post


Alan Blakeley (Caledonian Philatelic Society)

Early US Temperance Movement


Graham Searle (Aberdeen Philatelic Society)

The History of the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition


George Henshilwood (Caledonian Philatelic Society)

19th Century Victorian Hand-Illustrated Covers


Alex Walker (Aberdeen Philatelic Society)

O.A.S. in WWI


Douglas Irving (Kirkcudbright Philatelic Society)

Galloway T.P.O.


Douglas Irving (Kirkcudbright Philatelic Society)

19th Century Kirkcudbright


Fred Cooper (Dumfries Stamp & Postcard Club)

1915 War Charity Issue


Keith Walker (Dumfries Stamp & Postcard Club)

Aspects of the Russification of the Finnish Postal Service from 1899


Harald Krieg (East Africa Study Circle)

The German Post Office in Zanzibar


David Graham (Scottish Postal History Society)

Scottish Experimental Duplex Cancellations


This page was last modified on 31st March 2021


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