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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

WORLD STAMP EXHIBITION<br />

18 — 22 MAY <strong>2022</strong><br />

LUGANO<br />

EXHIBITION<br />

CATALOGUE


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Italy, France, European Countries and Overseas – The Ing. Pietro Provera Collection (part IV)<br />

Europa und Alle Welt, inkl. Peru – The ‘ALPACA’ Collection (part II)<br />

Ballon Monté – The Flight of the „Ville d’Orleans“ – The Svein Arne Hansen Collection (part II)


AUKTION<br />

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ex Philipp von Ferrary (1924)<br />

ex Iwan Bally (1965)<br />

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ex Fritz Kirchner (2009)<br />

ex Philipp von Ferrary (1924)<br />

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Deutschlands ältestes Briefmarken-Auktionshaus<br />

Heinrich Köhler – Kompetenz, Tradition, Qualität.<br />

Deutsche und Internationale Philatelie seit 1913<br />

Heinrich Köhler Auktionshaus Wiesbaden<br />

Seit 1913 steht der Name Heinrich Köhler für<br />

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Direktankauf von interessanten Objekten jederzeit<br />

möglich.<br />

Der »Baden Fehldruck«<br />

Provenienz: Philipp von Ferrari (1923), Alfred Caspary (1956), John R. Boker, Jr. (1985), Erivan Haub (2019)<br />

AUSRUF: 800.000 € ZUSCHLAG: 1.260.000 €<br />

Altdeutsche Staaten – Die Sammlung ERIVAN – 370. Heinrich Köhler-Auktion (Juni 2019)<br />

EINLIEFERUNGEN ZU UNSEREN AUKTION SIND JEDERZEIT MÖGLICH!<br />

Einzelmarken, Briefe, Länder- und Spezialsammlungen, Nachlässe, Händlerlager.<br />

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POSTE LOCALE 14II<br />

A first in Swiss philatelist history!<br />

Die Schweizerische Philatelie feiert eine Premiere!<br />

The complete collection with unframed cross<br />

Die vollständige Plattierung ohne Kreuzeinfassung<br />

Ausgeführt von / Realized by<br />

Erich Bärtschi, 1807 Blonay – Switzerland – bae@mediamix.ch


Oberneuhofstrasse 12 · 6340 Baar ZG · Tel.: +41 41 743 02 27<br />

www.sennmb.ch · info@sennmb.ch<br />

Collection Seeland – 10 Jahre Vereinigung<br />

von Schweizer Kulturgut<br />

Sehr geehrte Freunde der Philatelie<br />

Die Collection Seeland entstand 2012 und ist eine der grössten Privatsammlungen<br />

von Schweizer Philatelie im Berner Seeland und umfasst alle Marken<br />

von Altschweiz bis zur Moderne mit Stücken aus allen grösseren legendären<br />

Sammlungen: Alma Lee, Anderegg, Avery, Bally, Burrus, Caspary, Duveen, Erivan,<br />

Ferrari, Helveticus, Hind, Lichtenstein, Luder, Mirabeau, Monte Rosa, Pilatus,<br />

Reuterskiöld, Seebueb u.v.m.<br />

Unter dem Patronat der FORS, der Senn Management und Beteiligungen und der<br />

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Der Zugang wird für alle interessierten Kreise offen sein.<br />

Wir forschen in vielen philatelistischen Gebieten und publizieren mit dem gesammelten<br />

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Collection Seeland – 10 Years Union of Swiss<br />

Cultural Heritage<br />

Dear friends of philately<br />

The Collection Seeland was founded in 2012 and is one of the largest private<br />

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Alma Lee, Anderegg, Avery, Bally, Burrus, Caspary, Duveen, Erivan, Ferrari, Helveticus,<br />

Hind, Lichtenstein, Luder, Mirabeau, Monte Rosa, Pilatus, Reuterskiöld,<br />

Seebueb and many more.<br />

Under the patronage of FORS, Senn Management und Beteiligungen and the<br />

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2025. Access will be open to all interested parties.<br />

We are doing research in many philatelic fields and are continuously publishing<br />

new reports with the collected knowledge. Legendary pieces from Swiss philately,<br />

a 1:1 reconstruction of the Zurich 4 / 6 printing block and exclusive stamp wines<br />

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Swiss Postal Agencies in<br />

Italy and France<br />

This is the first time that this unusual chapter of Swiss postal history is presented in such a well-founded<br />

manner and with such a wealth of material. A standard work.<br />

Schweizerische Postagenturen in Italien und Frankreich Jvo Bader<br />

Schweizerische Postagenturen<br />

in Italien und Frankreich<br />

Jvo Bader<br />

142 pages, with a stitched binding.<br />

Sale price: CHF 55.00 (excluding postage)<br />

Please address enquiries to:<br />

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jvo.bader@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel.: +41 91 745 32 23<br />

Mob.: +41 79 204 75 70


Visit the Museum of Communication<br />

Communication is similar to love: we all join in but<br />

none of us really know how it works. It is high time,<br />

therefore, to visit the only museum in Switzerland fully<br />

devoted to the subject of communication. The following<br />

three interactive experiences at the Museum<br />

of Communication are not to be missed!<br />

1. Meet a communicator<br />

Award-winning and unique within Switzerland: our<br />

communicators. As hosts, they bring direct communication<br />

to the exhibition and are available at all times<br />

for a spur-of-the-moment game, a short interactive<br />

tour or to answer all your questions. Their activities<br />

change on a daily basis and make each visit feel special.<br />

No more boring museum attendants – make way<br />

for direct human contact! Approach one of our communicators<br />

and benefit from their background knowledge,<br />

talk to them about digitisation or let yourself<br />

be carried away on one of the trails.<br />

www.mfk.ch<br />

2. The story of the 53 million franc post office<br />

raid<br />

Why does the museum have a burnt-out Fiat delivery<br />

van on display? Delve into the exciting story that<br />

unfolded in 1997, when 53 million Swiss francs were<br />

stolen – and another 17 million were left behind. And<br />

along the way you will find out what it is that links<br />

escapes and arrests with love. The story of the robbery<br />

at the Zurich Fraumünster post office will leave<br />

nobody cold.<br />

3. Immortalise yourself on a postage stamp<br />

In the past, only famous people managed to get their<br />

portrait onto a postage stamp. Today, you can avail of<br />

that opportunity yourself. Digitally transpose yourself<br />

onto the speaker’s platform at the National Assembly,<br />

into the stand at a football stadium, or beside a cow<br />

on an Alpine pasture. Use your portrait to make your<br />

own personal postage stamp. Naturally, the stamp<br />

will be valid too, so all you will have to do then is to<br />

decide who you’d like to send a postcard to!


SCHWEIZERISCHE VEREINIGUNG FÜR POSTGESCHICHTE<br />

SOCIÉTÉ SUISSE D’HISTOIRE POSTALE<br />

SOCIETÀ SVIZZERA DI STORIA POSTALE<br />

International magazine with quarterly publication<br />

for postal historians and philatelists<br />

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PATRONS, PARTNER & SPONSORS<br />

BENEFACTORS & SUPPORTERS<br />

PATRONS<br />

Erich Bärtschi<br />

Karl Louis<br />

Ivo Bader<br />

Dieter Michelson<br />

Adriano Bergamini<br />

Jean-Pierre Senn<br />

Antoine Clavel<br />

Richard Schäfer Sen.<br />

CORONADO<br />

Prestige Philately Club Prague<br />

Rolf Leuthard<br />

Honegger Philatelie AG<br />

Martin Gasser<br />

Robert Wightman<br />

Paolo Bianchi<br />

Consilium Philateliae Helveticae<br />

Swiss Society for Postal History<br />

Valsangiacomo Vini dal 1831<br />

BENEFACTORS<br />

Alfred Bachmann<br />

Ian C. Gibson-Smith<br />

Edgar Wyttenbach<br />

Yoshida Takashi<br />

Hans Häfeli<br />

Auktionshaus Gärtner<br />

Circolo Filatelico Bellinzona<br />

Helmut Joos-Kamm<br />

Jan Huys-Berlingin<br />

Klaus Weis<br />

Pierre Kottelat<br />

Pradip Jain<br />

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SUPPORTERS<br />

Club philatélique de Bulle<br />

Circolo Filatelico del Mendrisiotto<br />

Schweizerische Motivsammler-Verein /<br />

Société Suisse de Philatélie Thématique<br />

Interessengemeinschaft der Zürcher<br />

Philatelisten-Vereine<br />

Arnold Farnow<br />

Entente Philatélique Valais/Haut-Léman et<br />

Rhône Philatélie<br />

Société philatélique de Renens<br />

Prakob Chirakiti<br />

Paul Sobon<br />

CEPL: Cercle d'étude philatélique du Léman<br />

PARTNER<br />

SPONSORS<br />

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AT GLANCE<br />

Name:<br />

Organiser:<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – Specialized Word Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

Organized by the Swiss Federation of Philatelic Societies<br />

in cooperation with the Philatelic Society of Lugano<br />

Dates: Wednesday 18 to Sunday 22 May <strong>2022</strong><br />

Venue:<br />

Website:<br />

Size:<br />

Philatelic Patronage:<br />

Philatelic Recognition:<br />

Participation open to:<br />

Competition Classes:<br />

Padiglione Conza, Lugano, Switzerland<br />

https://www.helvetia<strong>2022</strong>.ch/<br />

App. 2.000 exhibition frames for 16 A-4 pages per frame<br />

More than 350 Philatelic Exhibits<br />

91 Philatelic Literature exhibits<br />

Total size of exhibition halls used is 8,400 m 2<br />

and the floor area occupied by the exhibition frames is 3,100 m 2<br />

Fédération Internationale de Philatélie (FIP)<br />

Académie Européenne de Philatélie (AEP)<br />

Association Internationale des Journalistes Philatéliques (AIJP)<br />

Federation of European Philatelic Associations (FEPA)<br />

All World Federations with Commissioners’ privileges<br />

Non-Competitive Classes: A/ Court of Honour, B/ Invited Exhibits<br />

Competitive Classes: World Stamp Championship, Traditional Philateliy,<br />

Postal History, Postal Stationery, Aerophilately, Thematic Philately,<br />

Philatelic Literature, One Frame Exhibits<br />

AIJP<br />

Patronage<br />

<strong>2022</strong><br />

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LEGAL NOTICE<br />

Copyright: HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – all Rights reserved<br />

Editor-in-Chief: Juerg Roth<br />

Layout/Design: Phil*Creativ GmbH, Verlag & Agentur, Schwalmtal/Germany<br />

Print: Meister Print & Media GmbH, Kassel/Germany<br />

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CONTENTS<br />

Patrons, Partner & Sponsors / Benefactors & Supporters 15<br />

At Glance 17<br />

Map of Lugano / Legal Notice 18<br />

Contents 19<br />

General Information 20<br />

Greetings 21<br />

A brief history of the Post in Switzerland 25<br />

PHILAMOVIE Competition 30<br />

From the Middle Ages to the Second Half of the 19th Century: 33<br />

A Glimpse into the Postal History of the Canton of Ticino<br />

The “Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> Perforate” 40<br />

The Universal Postal Union (UPU) Issue of 1900 58<br />

FIP – Fédération Internationale de Philatélie - a brief introduction to the history of the FIP 62<br />

The HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> Organizing Comittee 64<br />

National Commissioners 66<br />

The Jury 70<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – Awards, Special Prices and Award Medals 74<br />

The FIP Grand Prix Club 79<br />

Court of Honour – FIP Grand Prix Club Display 80<br />

Invited Exhibits 95<br />

Individual Regulations (IREX) 100<br />

Exhibit Listing by Class 108<br />

Exhibit Listing by Country 138<br />

Exhibit Listing by Name 165<br />

Public Academic Seminar 193<br />

Directory Swiss Stamp Dealers Association 194<br />

Hall Layout and Floor Plan 196<br />

Trade Booth Directories 198<br />

Swiss Post: <strong>Exhibition</strong> Date Stamp and Overprints 201<br />

Post Liechtenstein Souvenir sheet <strong>2022</strong> / Swiss Association of Philatelic Experts 202<br />

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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – GENERAL INFORMATION<br />

Organisation<br />

Location<br />

Information Desk<br />

Swiss Federation of Philatelic Societies in cooperation<br />

with the Philatelic Society of Lugano.<br />

Centro Esposizioni Lugano, Entrance Via Campo Marzio<br />

INFO POINT at the exhibition entrance<br />

- General information, brochures, publications<br />

- Lost Property<br />

- Registration for jury advice to exhibitors for Saturday 21 May.<br />

For more details see jury advice below<br />

Opening hours Wednesday 18 May <strong>2022</strong> 10:00 – 17:00<br />

Thursday 19 May <strong>2022</strong> 10:00 – 17:00<br />

Friday 20 May <strong>2022</strong> 10:00 – 17:00<br />

Saturday 21 May <strong>2022</strong> 10:00 – 17:00<br />

Sunday 22 May <strong>2022</strong> 10:00 – 15:00<br />

Events Wednesday 18 May <strong>2022</strong> RPSL Cocktail (by invitation only)<br />

Thursday 19 May <strong>2022</strong> Club de Monte-Carlo (by invitation only)<br />

Friday 20 May <strong>2022</strong> Boat Tour Lake Lugano (by invitation only)<br />

Saturday 21 May <strong>2022</strong> Palmarès Dinner (by invitation only)<br />

Dealers<br />

Philatelic Experts<br />

MAC 1+2 The philatelic exchange is open during the official hours of the event<br />

MAC 1+2 Swiss Association of Philatelic Experts (*MAC = <strong>Exhibition</strong> hall)<br />

Palmarès Palmarès Dinner Saturday 22 May <strong>2022</strong><br />

Palazzo dei Congressi, Piazza Indipendenza 4, Lugano<br />

Jury advice to exhibitors and commissioners:<br />

Until Friday 17:00 exhibitors can register at the INFO desk to receive a guaranteed time slot for<br />

an individual discussion with the jurors. The jury team will be at the frames at the agreed time.<br />

Slot schedule Saturday: 11:00–13:00 only for exhibitors who registered in advance<br />

15:00–17:00 for exhibitors without previous registration<br />

and for national commissioners<br />

Post Offices<br />

Meals and drinks<br />

Entrance<br />

SWISS POST, Post of Liechtenstein, UN Postal Administration<br />

At the <strong>Exhibition</strong> Restaurant<br />

Free admission<br />

The exhibition catalogue is sold at the INFO-POINT at CHF 10.00 as long as on stock<br />

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Welcome, <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong>, to Lugano!<br />

Benvenuta <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong> a Lugano!<br />

I am delighted to greet the participants and organisers<br />

of <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong>, the world stamp exhibition<br />

that I am pleased to host in our city. This<br />

event, which I am sure will attract a large national<br />

and international audience, reminds me how<br />

important it is to give space to historical, artistic<br />

and cultural initiatives that evoke historical episodes<br />

and to personalities that left their mark on<br />

an era and therefore were privileged to have a<br />

stamp dedicated to them.<br />

Even if it is an art that arouses the interest of<br />

a niche audience, the beauty and originality of<br />

stamps, the link with the territory, the traditions<br />

and the social context they represent are widely<br />

appreciated.<br />

The opportunity to host, after almost 50 years,<br />

in Switzerland and, in particular, in Lugano, a<br />

universal philatelic exhibition, confirms our city<br />

as a preferred destination for high-level exhibition<br />

activities and able to welcome many visitors.<br />

For this I am grateful to the Philatelic Society of<br />

Lugano, which I thank for the organization and<br />

the effort made to ensure the success of this<br />

world-class event.<br />

Michele Foletti<br />

Mayor of Lugano<br />

Saluto con piacere i partecipanti e gli organizzatori<br />

di <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong>, esposizione mondiale di<br />

filatelia che ho il piacere di ospitare nella nostra<br />

Città. Questo evento, che sono certo non mancherà<br />

di attirare numeroso pubblico nazionale<br />

ed estero, mi rammenta quanto sia importante<br />

dare spazio alle manifestazioni di carattere storico-artistico-culturale<br />

che rievocano accadimenti<br />

e personalità che hanno segnato un’epoca e per<br />

questo hanno avuto il privilegio di veder loro dedicato<br />

un francobollo.<br />

Anche se si tratta di un’arte che suscita l’interesse<br />

di un pubblico di nicchia, dei francobolli tutti apprezzano<br />

la bellezza ed originalità, il legame con<br />

il territorio, le tradizioni e il contesto sociale che<br />

rappresentano.<br />

L’opportunità di ospitare, dopo quasi 50 anni in<br />

Svizzera e in particolare a Lugano un’esposizione<br />

filatelica universale, conferma la nostra Città<br />

quale meta privilegiata per attività fieristiche di<br />

alto livello in grado di accogliere molti visitatori.<br />

Di questo sono grato al Club Filatelico Lugano<br />

che ringrazio per l’organizzazione e lo sforzo<br />

profuso alla buona riuscita di questo evento di<br />

caratura mondiale.<br />

Michele Foletti<br />

Sindaco di Lugano<br />

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Greetings from the Presidents<br />

of the Federation and of the<br />

Organising Committee<br />

Adriano Bergamini<br />

Rolf Leuthard<br />

Switzerland, the Federation of Swiss Philatelic<br />

Societies, the Canton of Ticino and the City of<br />

Lugano with its Philatelic Society and the Organising<br />

Committee of HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> are delighted<br />

about this <strong>Exhibition</strong> and offer you all a<br />

hearty welcome to Switzerland.<br />

Switzerland, a dwarf in the global picture, makes<br />

itself available again after almost 50 years as the<br />

venue for an FIP World <strong>Exhibition</strong>, and wishes to<br />

present itself again on the philatelic world-stage<br />

and welcome you in Lugano, in the very south of<br />

Switzerland.<br />

It takes courage and powers of persuasion<br />

to attempt to achieve such an event.<br />

Switzerland was, after Great Britain (“Penny<br />

black” on 6th May 1840), the second country<br />

which issued stamps. The first stamps were issued<br />

before the founding of the Swiss Confederation.<br />

The issues of the Canton of Zurich date<br />

from 1st March 1843; the Canton of Geneva followed<br />

in the same year. Basle followed in 1845<br />

with its famous «Basle Dove». The first issue of<br />

Swiss stamps was made in 1850 as the Swiss<br />

Confederation came into existence first in the<br />

year 1848. Therefore a Federal postal organisation<br />

had first to be created from all the Cantonal<br />

post offices. The first stamp issues were imperforate<br />

and the first perforate issue, the «Sitting<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong>» stamps, was made in 1862. This is also<br />

a reason for a celebration, HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>,<br />

because this series of stamps came to the post<br />

office counters exactly 160 years ago and served<br />

for 20 years.<br />

The Federation of Swiss Philatelic Societies<br />

is over 100 years old. At one time it had over<br />

20,000 members. As everywhere else, philately<br />

has declined in status. Today the Federation<br />

encompasses some 120 societies with about<br />

4,000 Members. Our “Swiss Philatelic Journal”<br />

(SBZ), the publication organ of the Federation, is<br />

two years older than the Federation (in its 133rd<br />

year) and enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide.<br />

Visit our stand in the <strong>Exhibition</strong>.<br />

The HELVETIA World <strong>Exhibition</strong> takes place in<br />

Lugano. One may ask why in this exotic location<br />

and not in Berne or Zurich? Basle or Geneva? The<br />

last National Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong> was in Lugano, in<br />

the year 2018. The Club Filatelico Lugano was<br />

founded in the year 1909 and offered to organise<br />

this World <strong>Exhibition</strong> as it can provide members of<br />

the Organising Committee with experience from<br />

various past exhibitions. This is why you travel<br />

to the south of Switzerland and will in the City of<br />

Lugano at the same time feel as though you are<br />

on holiday – the flair of the South awaits you, with<br />

the lake, palm trees and the many flowers.<br />

Therefore we wish you a pleasant and at the<br />

same time outstanding philatelic and interesting<br />

stay. May you meet old friends again and make<br />

new ones, cherish exchanges in the <strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

or on a seat beside the Lago di Lugano!<br />

Adriano Bergamini<br />

President Organising Committee<br />

Rolf Leuthard, President of the Federation of<br />

Swiss Philatelic Societies<br />

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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> World Stamp<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

I congratulate the Federation of Swiss Philatelic<br />

Societies and the <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong> Organising<br />

Committee for preparing and holding the FIP<br />

World <strong>Exhibition</strong> HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

This <strong>Exhibition</strong> will be the second FIP Patronage<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong> for the year <strong>2022</strong> held on the original<br />

published date. In addition, this will be the first<br />

FIP <strong>Exhibition</strong> held in Basel since 1974, just on<br />

48 years ago; and the first FIP <strong>Exhibition</strong> ever<br />

held in Lugano.<br />

In 1926 Switzerland was one of the seven founding<br />

members of FIP. Since that year four FIP<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong>s have been held in Switzerland, namely<br />

Zurich (1893), Geneva (1896), Bern (1910)<br />

and Basel (1974).<br />

This is a great opportunity to not only showcase<br />

Swiss philately, but the philatelic treasures of the<br />

World.<br />

You must visit HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>!<br />

The beauty of the location beside magnificent<br />

Lake Lugano must be seen to appreciate the<br />

area’s unbeatable ambience. This is a really City<br />

that epitomizes the Story Book vista that is Switzerland.<br />

In these troubled times it is important to note that<br />

the Location is only short train or car ride from<br />

Milan in Northern Italy, and only a slightly longer<br />

trip from Zurich.<br />

I extend my very best wishes to all exhibitors. I<br />

do hope that your presence in Lugano will enhance<br />

your excitement on winning your Award.<br />

Once again, my congratulations to the Federation<br />

of Swiss Philatelic Societies for their support<br />

and invaluable contribution to philately.<br />

My wonderful congratulations to the Organising<br />

Committee, the Swiss Post and the Philatelic<br />

Foundation on a job well done.<br />

Switzerland has a long and glorious reputation<br />

as a highly active philatelic Nation.<br />

In addition, the country has been an epicentre for<br />

the Trade for well over one and a half centuries.<br />

On this occasion, the beautiful Lakeside City of<br />

Lugano has been chosen by the organisers. A<br />

marvelous choice of venue to which you will truly<br />

appreciate upon your arrival.<br />

Bernie Beston<br />

President<br />

Federation Internationale de Philatelie (FIP)<br />

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Greeting to World Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

«HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>»<br />

Ladies and Gentlemen,<br />

Dear Friends of Philately<br />

When television was invented in the 1950s, it<br />

was generally believed that printed newspapers<br />

would disappear. Today has shown us that this<br />

has nevertheless not happened. And how about<br />

the future of the postage stamp?<br />

Like many other leisure activities and hobbies,<br />

stamp collecting too sees itself confronted by<br />

great challenges in the digital present, and probably<br />

more so in the future. Nevertheless, the<br />

numerous reactions of our customers in the post<br />

offices, or the commentaries in our digital socialmedia<br />

channels, show that stamps still move<br />

people and give rise to a palette of positive emotions.<br />

Also, the many applications for the issue<br />

of a stamp, which are received each year by the<br />

Stamp Commission, underline the significance of<br />

stamps as important witnesses of current times.<br />

Stamps are elements of culture, ambassadors of<br />

a country, and keep history alive, therefore still<br />

enjoying high regard.<br />

The Swiss Post is therefore glad that a World Philatelic<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong> again takes place in Switzerland<br />

after almost 50 years and is pleased to honour<br />

the event with the issue of two special stamps<br />

with surcharge. While the first special block focusses<br />

on the <strong>Exhibition</strong>’s location, Lugano, the<br />

second is dedicated to the 160th Anniversary<br />

of the Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> stamps, Switzerland’s<br />

first perforated stamps. The surcharge on the<br />

stamps is for the benefit of the Foundation for<br />

the Promotion of Philately, which thereby makes<br />

a financial contribution to the realisation of HEL-<br />

VETIA <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

Special thanks are due to the members of the<br />

Organising Committee, without whose untiring<br />

efforts such an event would not be possible. This<br />

voluntary work does not go without saying and it<br />

earns our respect.<br />

We wish the organisers a successful exhibition,<br />

the exhibitors good results and the visitors an<br />

exciting and inspiring stay in Lugano.<br />

Thomas Baur<br />

Deputy CEO and Head of PostalNetwork,<br />

Swiss Post / Chairman of Stamp Commission<br />

Kurt Strässle<br />

President of the Foundation for the Promotion<br />

of Philately<br />

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A brief History of the Post in<br />

Switzerland<br />

Olivia Strasser<br />

The exchange of information over longer distances<br />

– a primeval need – was always of great<br />

relevance for trade and politics. Historical communication<br />

systems in the territory of Switzerland<br />

can be traced back to the time of the Roman<br />

Empire. The cursus publicus, introduced by<br />

Emperor Augustus in the 1st Century BC, was<br />

based on regular postal despatches on the network<br />

of Roman roads covering some 90,000 kilometres.<br />

Today’s term «post» comes from the<br />

catering and overnight accommodation stations<br />

of the couriers, in Latin statio posita.<br />

Communications in the Middle<br />

Ages and the early Modern Times<br />

After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, written<br />

communication was difficult for a long time<br />

and messenger services based on needs were<br />

organised. A communication system covering<br />

the whole of Europe was first re-established<br />

over time through communication connections<br />

between associated monasteries, city states and<br />

principalities. Apart from monastery messengers<br />

– who even enjoyed immunity thanks to their affiliation<br />

to religious orders – also merchants and<br />

travellers undertook the carriage of letters.<br />

The economic upswing in the 12th and 13th<br />

Centuries and the related population growth led<br />

to a flourishing of the towns, which grew in size<br />

and number. The towns with territorial growth, like<br />

Berne and Zurich in particular, were dependent<br />

on good communications for the exercise of<br />

their authority and for the maintenance of<br />

relationships.<br />

Cantonal Messenger of Basle around 1600, walking<br />

with letter and spear, in a smock with breastplate,<br />

breeches and black felt hat, left Basle milestone,<br />

«Courreur de la Ville», reprint from Sheet<br />

No. 4 from “Basler Trachten um 1600”, engraved<br />

by Johann Rudolf Schellenberg, ca. 1770-1790,<br />

coloured etching, 24 x 18 cm, Museum for Communication<br />

[Signature: BS_Post_0003].<br />

As from the 14th Century, so-called “Standesläufer”<br />

(Cantonal Messengers) acted as messengers<br />

when necessary. Duly dressed and equipped<br />

by their employers, these messengers were<br />

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ecognisable as officials. They were usually footmessengers,<br />

but, in cases of urgency, mounted<br />

messengers, and carried-out their assignments<br />

without fixed routes or timetables. 1<br />

Merchants, the new pioneers of<br />

the Post<br />

own postal organisations. Through leasing – with<br />

payment of rent or with the free carriage of<br />

official mail – the state remained the owner of<br />

the monopoly within its own territory. With this<br />

introduction of fixed postal routes and times, regulated<br />

tariffs and the exercise of monopolies by<br />

secular postal enterprises, the messenger system<br />

of the monasteries lost its importance.<br />

Parallel to the flow of goods, merchants established<br />

postal facilities in places with brisk business<br />

traffic. The first regular trans-Helvetic communication<br />

links developed, for example, between<br />

St. Gall and Nuremberg («Nürnberger Ordinari»)<br />

with further connections in other towns in Switzerland<br />

such as Schaffhausen, Zurich, Basle,<br />

and also to neighbouring countries, for example,<br />

from Lindau via Chur to Milan or to Lyons («Lyoner<br />

Ordinari»).<br />

Routes of the Imperial Post, which operated as<br />

the first supra-regional postal service in the Holy<br />

Roman Empire, also led through Switzerland.<br />

From the end of the 16th Century, the Taxis family<br />

(re-named Thurn and Taxis in 1650) was<br />

officially entrusted with the Imperial postal monopoly.<br />

Plan-drawing postal coach Type Omnibus with<br />

inscription «Neuchâtel-Fleurier», engraved by<br />

Joseph Dinkel, 1842, coloured lithograph, 24.2 x<br />

16.7 cm, Museum for Communication [Signature:<br />

NE_Post_0002].<br />

The Postal Monopoly<br />

The idea of a postal monopoly as a sole right was<br />

unknown up to the end of the 16th Century and<br />

there was basically free competition between<br />

messenger services. During the course of the<br />

17th Century, the states within the Swiss Confederation<br />

began to exercise postal monopolies<br />

in order to standardise the messenger services<br />

and for economic reasons. However, the states<br />

did not at that time have the administrative facilities<br />

necessary for the development of their<br />

1 Messengers of the thirteen old Cantons, the Swiss Cantons,<br />

which from 1513 to 1798 comprised the Old Confederation<br />

were, in alphabetic order: Appenzell, Basle, Berne, Fribourg,<br />

Glarus, Lucerne, Schaffhausen, Schwyz, Solothurn, Unterwalden,<br />

Uri, Zug, Zurich.<br />

The Fischer Post<br />

The largest, and probably the best known of the<br />

first postal networks in the Swiss territory, was<br />

operated by the Fischer Post (1675-1832), established<br />

by the Bernese patrician Beat Fischer,<br />

who took over the postal monopoly of the Cantons<br />

of Berne (1675), Solothurn (1691), Neuchâtel<br />

(1695) and Fribourg (1698). Through agreements<br />

with other republics and competitors, he<br />

obtained transit permits and found confederates<br />

for connecting routes. Fischer had recognised at<br />

an early stage that Berne, as the largest state<br />

in the Confederation, offered a profitable postal<br />

monopoly since the earnings depended on the<br />

length of the transport routes on own territory.<br />

His offer for the lease of the postal monopoly<br />

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was attractive for the Bernese because it included<br />

the routing of all postal transport via the capital,<br />

the doubling of the postal services and the<br />

delivery of the latest news from Germany and<br />

France. This latter led in the end to the establishment<br />

of newspapers. Already around 1700, the<br />

towns of Basle, Geneva, Zurich, Schaffhausen<br />

and Lucerne were connected by postal services<br />

two to three times per week. The postal network<br />

was extended and intensified during the course<br />

of the 18th Century. From 1735, Berne was linked<br />

to Zurich with postal coach services and further<br />

routes soon followed: from Geneva to St.<br />

Gall and to Basle. The continuing extension of<br />

the transport network between the towns of the<br />

Swiss midland made postal coach services two<br />

to three times per week possible towards the<br />

end of the 18th Century.<br />

Postal connections over passes<br />

Passes like the Gotthard, Simplon and Great St.<br />

Bernhard were not only strategically interesting<br />

for the settlement and utilisation of the alpine regions,<br />

but also for alpine crossing by mule transport<br />

and couriers. There were, for example, first<br />

weekly services between Milan and Lucerne (by<br />

Diego Maderni from Lugano) over the Gotthard<br />

pass from the middle of the 17th Century, and<br />

then, some 50 years later, twice weekly mounted<br />

mail services between Zurich and Milan (by<br />

Muralt from Zurich and Fischer from Berne). Already<br />

in the first half of the 17th Century Kaspar<br />

Stockalper operated transport services over the<br />

Simplon pass for his trading operations and he<br />

also established a weekly messenger service<br />

between Geneva and Milan. After Stockalper<br />

was overthrown in 1678, the importance of the<br />

Simplon pass declined. This importance increased<br />

again with the improvement of the route for<br />

military purposes which was ordered by Napoleon.<br />

A postal coach service was established<br />

shortly after its opening in 1805 and was operated<br />

for almost 150 years in the low season with<br />

horse-drawn coaches and sledges.<br />

One of the last horse-drawn winter-post waggons<br />

passes a Citroen car on the Simplon road, ca.<br />

1953-54, Photograph: Philipp Giegel, Museum for<br />

Communication [Signature: FFF_01373].<br />

Helvetic and Cantonal Post<br />

Military and political pressure from France led to<br />

the collapse of the Old Confederation and the proclamation<br />

of the Helvetic Republic in 1798. This<br />

brought the ideas of nationalisation and unification<br />

also to the postal service: the intention was to<br />

create a postal monopoly controlled by the central<br />

state and establish a central postal administration<br />

in the respective capital of the republic. However,<br />

shortage of financial resources meant that the existing<br />

postal administrations continued to operate.<br />

Post-coach ticket of the Cantonal Post Basle-<br />

Town valid from Basle to [Sonceboz?] on 26th<br />

December 1818 at 10 am, Museum for Communication<br />

[Signature: DOK_00049]<br />

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The Act of Mediation of 1803 re-established the<br />

autonomy of the cantons and also repealed the<br />

centralisation of the postal service. This constitution<br />

laid the foundation for a federally structured<br />

Switzerland. The postal monopoly, which also<br />

included letter carriage, money transfers and<br />

newspaper distribution as well as passenger<br />

transport, was returned to the cantons. Cantons<br />

such as Aargau, Basle, Lucerne, Zurich, Vaud<br />

and Neuchâtel soon introduced state-run postal<br />

services but other cantons leased their postal<br />

services to the highest bidder. The fact that the<br />

territory of Switzerland was divided among 17<br />

postal administrations in around 1840 was not<br />

conducive to an efficient postal service. 2<br />

The awkwardness and the complicated tariffs<br />

may well have contributed to the fact that<br />

Sir Rowland Hill’s idea of introducing postage<br />

stamps fell onto fertile ground. The first postage<br />

stamps issued within the Swiss territory were<br />

those of the Cantonal post offices of Zurich and<br />

Geneva (1843). These were for two tariff stages:<br />

within the town and within the canton. In 1845,<br />

these stamps were joined by the famous Basle<br />

Dove, the world’s first multicoloured stamp,<br />

which could be used for post within the city of<br />

Basle. The principle, that now the sender of a<br />

letter had to pay the postage, and no longer the<br />

recipient as was usual before, subsequently became<br />

established throughout the world.<br />

2 Cantonal enterprises: Zurich, Berne, Lucerne, Uri, Glarus,<br />

Fribourg, Solothurn, Basle-Town, Basle-Land, St. Gall and<br />

Schwyz, Grisons, Aargau, Ticino, Vaud, Valais, Neuchâtel and<br />

Geneva, Schaffhausen.<br />

Political tensions between the reformed liberal<br />

and the catholic conservative cantons ended in<br />

1847 in the war of the «Staatenbund», the “Sonderbundskrieg”,<br />

which led to the foundation of<br />

Switzerland as a modern Confederation.<br />

Day and night despatches between Zurich - Romanshorn and Zurich - St. Gall of 1852,<br />

PTT-Archive [Signature: PTT-Archiv_PP_00005]<br />

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Overview of inland postal connections, horse-mail routes, 1853; Extract,<br />

PTT-Archive [Signature: PTT-Archive_ PP_00011]<br />

The Federal Post<br />

With the Federal Constitution of 1848, the Councils<br />

also resolved that the Confederation should<br />

take over the postal service as from 1st January<br />

1849. Until then, the services continued to<br />

be provided by the cantonal posts, already, however,<br />

for the account of the Confederation. The<br />

law covering the uniform tariffs first came into effect<br />

on 1st October of the same year. Switzerland<br />

was divided into 11 postal regions, which – after<br />

the dissolution of the old cantonal postal administrations<br />

– were headed by regional postal administrations<br />

reporting to the Confederation.<br />

A central aspect for efficient operations in the<br />

first decades of the Federal Post was the unification<br />

and reduction of the tariffs, supported by<br />

the uniform Swiss franc currency introduced in<br />

1850. The federal postal monopoly was extended<br />

to the whole area of passenger transport by<br />

timetable – this was at the beginning the most<br />

important business segment: the horse-drawn<br />

coaches for passengers and postal despatches.<br />

It was first the railway, with its greater speed<br />

and capacity, which led to a decline in this segment.<br />

However, at the same time, the railway<br />

provided great support: the fast transport of<br />

the post and the en-route sorting in the railway<br />

post-waggons introduced in 1857 made it possible<br />

to cope rationally with the rapidly increasing<br />

volume of letter post. Further milestones<br />

in the history of the post are the motorisation in<br />

the time of the automobile and the airmail flights<br />

in the early 20th Century.<br />

The merger with the Telegraph and Telephone<br />

Administration to give the «PTT» (1920), the mechanisation<br />

of the post-handling from 1930, the<br />

introduction of the postal codes and the automatic<br />

letter-sorting in the 1960’s were further steps<br />

of the Post in the future. At the time of its dissolution<br />

in 1998, the PTT had grown to become the<br />

largest employer in Switzerland.<br />

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Right up to today, Swiss Post Ltd. is challenged<br />

to remain flexible and, as a provider of Public<br />

Service, to question, adapt and develop its structures<br />

– whether because of technical requirements<br />

or market and customer demands.<br />

Literature<br />

Kronig, Karl, Museum for Communication (Hg.), Ab<br />

die Post. 150 Jahre schweizerische Post, Berne,<br />

1999.<br />

Wyss, Arthur, Die Post in der Schweiz: ihre Geschichte<br />

durch 2000 Jahre. Berne, 1987.<br />

Poster «Jedesmal – Postleitzahl», 1965, Museum<br />

for Communication [Signature: PLK_01278].<br />

Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz (HLS), https://<br />

hls-dhs-dss.ch/de/, Entries to «Gotthardpass» /<br />

«Simplonpass» / «Post» [last update: 26.11.2021].<br />

PHILA MOVIE COMPETITION<br />

“A video competition based on the themes of Philately and Postal History”<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong><strong>2022</strong> will launch within the framework of the World Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong> a video competition<br />

based on the themes of Philately and Postal History. The objective of the competition is to promote<br />

our hobby, especially among young people, and give them the opportunity to present the themes<br />

of Philately and Postal History from their point of view in the form of a short video with a maximum<br />

length not exceeding one minute.<br />

Today’s technology makes possible the creation of new forms of communication that, through the<br />

widening of philately and philatelic collecting, can reach a large number of new potential collectors,<br />

historians or interested persons.<br />

A jury will evaluate and award prizes to the films presented at the exhibition.<br />

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From the Middle Ages to the second half of the 19th century<br />

A Glimpse into the Postal History of<br />

the Canton of Ticino<br />

Kurt Baumgartner – Marcello Coluccia<br />

Historical context<br />

The Canton of Ticino has been part of the Swiss<br />

Confederation since 1803. It is the only Swiss<br />

canton located entirely south of the Alps and<br />

extends for about one hundred kilometers from<br />

the Alps to the edge of the Po Valley. Due to its<br />

rugged, mountainous landscape, Ticino was not<br />

well suited to the development of large settlements,<br />

but only to medium, small, and even minimal<br />

size communities, some even built at high<br />

altitudes.<br />

and permanent. Families split up; villages emptied.<br />

Typical destinations were Italy and France<br />

and starting from the second half of the 19 th century<br />

many people migrated overseas, typically to<br />

Australia and California to participate in the gold<br />

rush or to South America to work as farmers.<br />

The Canton of Ticino today is a predominantly<br />

north-south transit canton, and it can certainly<br />

be said that the postal history of this canton has<br />

been influenced by the development of transit<br />

corridors, in particular the Gotthard.<br />

Convoy of porters near Andermatt in front of the<br />

Uri Hole, the “first Gotthard tunnel”. Engraving by<br />

Rothe from a drawing by Jenatzsche, approximately<br />

1800<br />

Until the end of the 19 th century, Ticino remained<br />

a predominantly rural canton, with meager agricultural<br />

productivity. This situation, on top of poverty<br />

and lack of work caused the development<br />

of significant migratory flows, both temporary<br />

Map of Ticino with the main locations mentioned<br />

in the article<br />

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From the Middle Ages to the end of<br />

the 18th century<br />

In Roman times and for most of the Middle Ages,<br />

the transit of people, goods, and news on the<br />

north-south axis in the central area of ​the Alps<br />

took place mainly through passes such as the<br />

Septimer, Julier, Splügen, San Bernardino and<br />

the Great St. Bernard. The main reason for the<br />

lack of attention towards the St. Gotthard was<br />

due to the difficult morphology of the territory<br />

on both sides. Improvements to infrastructure<br />

which were implemented starting from the 13th<br />

century (the construction of the Devil’s Bridge<br />

in 1218-1226, the construction of the Uran mule<br />

track in the 16th century and the construction<br />

of the Uri Hole in 1708), the Gotthard became<br />

one of the most popular routes. Starting from<br />

the 15th century, the valleys to the north and<br />

south organized and developed the transport<br />

of goods and passengers on a corporate basis<br />

through guilds. In Ticino there were the porter<br />

guilds of Airolo, Faido, Giornico, Biasca and<br />

Bellinzona.<br />

From Bellinzona the traffic continued south towards<br />

Lake Maggiore and towards Lugano also<br />

on a corporate basis through guilds, using the<br />

two lakes as transit routes. It is believed that the<br />

members of these guilds were also entrusted<br />

with the transport of the few letters and correspondence<br />

that were sent at the time. Until the<br />

end of the 16th century, in Bellinzona, Lugano,<br />

Magadino and Mendrisio there were support locations<br />

and rest points for the transmission of<br />

correspondence. In Capolago, the items in transit<br />

from Milan to early Switzerland and vice versa<br />

were loaded onto barges for transport across<br />

Lake Lugano. Messengers on foot or on horseback<br />

also passed through the St. Gotthard, for<br />

the exclusive benefit of ruling houses, guilds of<br />

merchants or monasteries.<br />

In the 16th century, under the domination of the<br />

Swiss cantons, the postal service in Ticino was<br />

in the hands of a few people. It was used almost<br />

exclusively for the transport of letters between<br />

the bailiffs and the sovereign cantons and for<br />

the relations between those and the Dukes of<br />

Milan and was organized with relays on horseback.<br />

Starting in 1600, the few main centers of<br />

the canton located on the main road to the St.<br />

Gotthard (Airolo, Bellinzona, Lugano, Mendrisio)<br />

and on the route to the Kingdom of Sardinia<br />

through Lake Maggiore (Locarno), had an embryonic<br />

postal service with a semblance of organization,<br />

managed by the post offices of Zurich,<br />

Basel and Bern, and also with the approval<br />

of the sovereign cantons. Until the outbreak of<br />

the French Revolution (1789), this transit traffic<br />

was constantly bitterly disputed by the corporations<br />

of Zurich, Basel and Bern.<br />

One might wonder what was the participation of<br />

the people from Ticino until the early decades<br />

of the 17th century. Very little or almost nothing.<br />

However, the local contribution was considerable<br />

with respect to hospitality offered to messengers<br />

(hospice on the St. Gotthard), transport services<br />

provided by mountaineers, by the entire network<br />

of rest points offered to messengers to lodge or<br />

to change horses, to the post offices of Bellinzona<br />

and Lugano which would have had no reason<br />

to exist without transit traffic.<br />

As for the local postal traffic, the tasks could also<br />

be entrusted to local contractors. The volume of<br />

this traffic was much lower than that of transit. It<br />

can be argued that the correspondence to and<br />

from Ticino was minimal and only a few made<br />

use of the existing services except for traders,<br />

members of important families, authorities,<br />

and their employees. Also, not to be forgotten<br />

are the serious problems and the long delivery<br />

times of correspondence destined for the inhabitants<br />

of the valleys situated outside of the 3 or<br />

4 centers where the post offices were located.<br />

Finally, the high cost (at that time) of the transport<br />

of letters negatively affected the quantity of<br />

correspondence.<br />

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Lugano Messaging Office<br />

By virtue of particular privileges received from<br />

the Dukes of Milan, the Community of Lugano<br />

already had its own Messaging Office from the<br />

16 th century. It was organized for the particular<br />

benefit of that community; messengers were<br />

sent by horse and was of great use to both inhabitants<br />

of Lugano and Milan. This privilege was<br />

still confirmed in 1731 and we still have news of<br />

it from the audit of the accounts of the bailiff of<br />

Lugano done on August 24 th , 1762. This Office<br />

employed Lugano messengers alternating with<br />

those from Milan. The activities of the Lugano<br />

Messaging Office was flourished particularly<br />

under the direction of the Maderni family of<br />

Lugano. The best-known proponent was Diego<br />

Maderni, a prominent figure from Lugano (public<br />

prosecutor and mayor of the Community). He<br />

was a man of great ability, culture, and ambition.<br />

With a strong sense of organization, he tried to<br />

bring together in his hands all the postal traffic<br />

in transit through Ticino from the Italian states to<br />

the Northern countries and vice versa. In 1653<br />

he organized a regular postal service between<br />

Milan and Lucerne with his own messengers. It<br />

took them 4 days to travel between these two<br />

cities.<br />

The shaping of the Canton of<br />

Ticino (1798–1830)<br />

On April 12th, 1798, with the birth of the Helvetic<br />

Republic, the emancipation of the bailiffs led to<br />

the creation of the cantons of Lugano and Bellinzona,<br />

which the Swiss authorities then sought to<br />

unify with the name of Ticino. Local communities,<br />

alien to each other and faithful to the fragmented<br />

model of autonomous neighborhoods, were reluctant<br />

to form a single political body based on a<br />

modern state conception. Indifferent to the principles<br />

proclaimed by the Helvetic Republic, the<br />

population was hostile to the obligations imposed<br />

by the new state (taxes and military service)<br />

and to any innovation in the religious domain, including<br />

freedom of worship. The rejection of the<br />

revolutionary principles also explains the opposition<br />

to a possible aggregation to the Cisalpina.<br />

Hostility to the new regime manifested itself in<br />

1799 with disturbances and violence in Lugano<br />

and an anti-French insurrection in Leventina.<br />

The period of the Helvetic Republic was thus<br />

marked by a great institutional instability, especially<br />

in the South of the canton due to difficulties<br />

of the institutions to exercise an effective control<br />

of the territory.<br />

It was the Act of Mediation (1803) that sanctioned<br />

the birth of the Canton of Ticino, endowed by<br />

the will of Napoleon Bonaparte with a Constitution<br />

like that of the other recently formed cantons.<br />

The canton was divided into eight districts and<br />

into ca. 250 municipalities, born from existing<br />

communities. The exercise of sovereignty was<br />

delegated to the Grand Council (110 members),<br />

which however limited itself to voting on the laws<br />

proposed by the executive (a Council made up<br />

of nine members, elected by the Grand Council).<br />

During the Mediation, the government, in which<br />

the figure of Vincenzo Dalberti stood out, worked<br />

to give an organic cohesion to the State structures<br />

and to spread a public spirit that would make<br />

the canton recognized as the common homeland<br />

of the Ticinesi.<br />

The postal service under the<br />

Helvetic Republic until the takeover<br />

by the Swiss Confederates<br />

(1798–1834)<br />

The first decisive turning point in the organization<br />

of the post service dates back to 1798, when<br />

the obvious and growing benefits connected to<br />

the possession of postal rights, lead the Direction<br />

of the newly created unitary republic (resulting<br />

from the French invasion and the dissolution<br />

of the old Confederation) to declare, on August<br />

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31 st , 1798, the postal service to be “owned by<br />

the Helvetic Republic one and indivisible” and to<br />

issue on November 15 th , a law “on the organization<br />

of the postal services”, which established<br />

single rates for the whole country, divided into<br />

districts with one centralized governance.<br />

But soon afterwards, on September 3 rd , 1800,<br />

due to conflicts with the previous operators as<br />

well as a state of general insecurity, the reform<br />

was suspended. The presence of foreign troops<br />

and civil conflicts affected the postal services in<br />

the form of repeated interruptions, the seizure of<br />

postal bags and the violation of the privacy of<br />

correspondence for the purpose of censorship<br />

and espionage. In 1803, as soon as the Napoleonic<br />

Act of Mediation came into force, the Federal<br />

Diet decided that “the administration of the<br />

postal services will temporarily be offered to the<br />

cantons of Bern, Basel, Zurich, Schaffhausen<br />

and St. Gallen”. The attribution of the management<br />

of postal services to the cantons decided<br />

by the Federal Diet created many problems for<br />

the newly established Canton of Ticino. The<br />

lack of skills in the postal sector as well as a<br />

whole series of more urgent problems to be solved<br />

(roads and bridges to be built, non-existent<br />

schooling, public administration to be established,<br />

...) lead the Ticino government to contract<br />

out the service to another canton. Competing<br />

for the contract were emissaries from Lucerne<br />

and Zurich. Zurich was the winner with the convention<br />

that was endorsed by the Grand Council<br />

on May 30 th , 1804. Later, after Lucerne secured<br />

the contract in 1809, the powerful Lucerne and<br />

Zurich cantons allied themselves at the expense<br />

of weak Ticino by securing the conventions of<br />

1815, 1821 and 1827.<br />

In addition to the very important transit traffic in<br />

place for centuries, the definition of “postal service”<br />

in the canton was documented in Article 1<br />

of the “General Regulations for the post offices<br />

of the canton of Ticino in the new postal plan of<br />

1805” published on December 28 th ,1804:<br />

Art.1. In Ticino there will be a head office in<br />

Lugano, five offices linked with it in direct correspondence,<br />

which will be Airolo, Biasca, Bellinzona,<br />

Locarno and Mendrisio and four postal<br />

agencies, namely Faido, Ambrì, Giornico and<br />

Dazio Grande which will be called “stradale” and<br />

will have their correspondence with the offices<br />

of Airolo and Bellinzona to which they will send<br />

their letters and effects.<br />

The location of the offices decided by the Confederate<br />

administrators demonstrates a focus solely<br />

toward transit traffic. The connection of the<br />

valleys and countryside with the most important<br />

localities was taken care of by “pedestrian-couriers”<br />

who made trips with weekly frequencies or<br />

at best two trips a week. In the first decades of<br />

the 19 th century, it was therefore very difficult for<br />

most Ticino residents to receive or send letters<br />

or transfer money.<br />

Meanwhile, starting from 1799, still in the period<br />

of the Helvetic Republic, the first prephilatelic linear<br />

hand-stamps used in the canton’s post offices<br />

appeared on the letters. The first of these<br />

are reproduced here:<br />

Wi. Nr. 130 – used from 1799 until 1808<br />

Wi. Nr. 147 – used from 1799 until 1803<br />

Wi. Nr. 148 – used from 1799 until 180?<br />

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Letter from Giacomo Buonvicini, National Prefect of the Canton of Lugano, addressed to the Citizen<br />

and President, and members of the Mendrisio District Court. Lugano, February 19th, 1799<br />

Starting from 1805, the new administration provided the most important post offices in the canton with<br />

new framed hand-stamps. Note the lack of attention of the Confederates to spelling (Loccarno with two<br />

Cs and the inverted S of Mendrisio).<br />

Wi. Nr. 3660<br />

Wi. Nr. 3713<br />

Wi. Nr. 3672<br />

Wi. Nr. 3705<br />

Wi. Nr. 3681<br />

Wi. Nr. 3739<br />

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Letter from Carlo Sacchi,<br />

president of the Administrative<br />

Chamber of the Canton<br />

of Bellinzona, addressed to<br />

the Administrative Chamber<br />

of the canton Waldstädten<br />

in Zug, (Uri, Schwyz, Unterwalden,<br />

Zug), with handwritten<br />

indication for exemption<br />

from postage “Camera<br />

Amm.va Cant. Bellinzona”<br />

Bellinzona, April 26 th , 1801<br />

Letter from the delegates of the<br />

postal administrations of Zurich<br />

and Lucerne, addressed to<br />

Mr. Pierre Guinoni of Lugano.<br />

Bellinzona, 18 settembre 1815.<br />

“The cross of St. Andrew” =<br />

postage-free<br />

The postal service managed by the<br />

Canton of Ticino (1835–1848)<br />

The financial situation of the canton, due to the<br />

huge expenses incurred for the construction<br />

of the main road (Airolo-Chiasso and the main<br />

branches) between 1804 and 1830, imposed extremely<br />

unfavorable conditions for the renewal<br />

of the 1827 agreement, always with Zurich and<br />

Lucerne. Thus, it began to develop the idea of ​<br />

taking over itself the management of the postal<br />

service which took place in June 1834 by decision<br />

of the Grand Council. In the following years,<br />

the first agreements were also signed with<br />

Austria, the Canton of Grisons and the Sardinian<br />

States. Franchino Rusca was appointed director<br />

of the Ticino postal services, and would occupy<br />

this position until 1848, when he joined the<br />

Council of State. The first years of activity of the<br />

cantonal postal services were marked by difficulties<br />

of all kinds and from the beginning, the<br />

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The first hand-stamp ...<br />

... the northernmost ...<br />

... and the southernmost<br />

Single weight letter from San Gottardo to Liège. The rate was 30 Cent<br />

as per treaty of July 1st, 1869.Oval hand-stamp ST GOTTARDO, type<br />

II, in use from 1864 to1877, here used 8.9.1871<br />

performance was far below expectations. Despite<br />

all this, considerable efforts were made to improve<br />

the service including: the increase in the<br />

frequency of the stagecoach, the reduction of<br />

travel times, the extension of the network of post<br />

offices on the north-south axis and the opening<br />

of several post offices in the Blenio and Maggia<br />

valleys. In 1843 following the initial experiences,<br />

the structure of the service was revised, with legislative<br />

provisions that would govern the postal<br />

service until the moment it was taken over by<br />

the federal direction. From October 1 st , 1849, all<br />

cantonal postal services were revoked, and the<br />

Confederation assumed the control of the Federal<br />

Postal Services.<br />

The envy of all of Switzerland:<br />

oval hand-stamps of Ticino<br />

It was not long after the resumption of the postal<br />

services by the Confederation that the new director<br />

of the postal district of Bellinzona, Andrea<br />

Fanciola, had the great idea of giving a voice to<br />

postal agencies (offices without accounting), the<br />

number of which grew exponentially until 1880-<br />

85, providing them with hand-stamps unique in<br />

from. Starting in 1852, 79 postal agencies were<br />

equipped with an oval hand-stamp.<br />

Bibliography<br />

Archive of the Circolo Filatelico del Mendrisiotto<br />

Guido Marazzi, Profilo di storia dei servizi postali in<br />

Ticino fino alla seconda metà dell’Ottocento, Direzione<br />

di Circondario Postale Bellinzona, 1995<br />

Note di storia postale del canton Ticino 1798-1848 e<br />

studi filatelici, Circolo filatelico Bellinzona, 1985<br />

Jean J. Winkler, Handbuch der Schweizer Vorphilatelie<br />

1695-1850, Verband Schweizerischer Philatelisten-Vereine,<br />

Zürich, 1968<br />

Web pages: Wikipedia, Dizionario storico della<br />

svizzera<br />

The documents reproduced on pages 4 and 5 are<br />

from the collection of Kurt Baumgartner.<br />

The document reproduced on page 6 is from the<br />

collection of Adriano Bergamini.<br />

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The “Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> Perforate”<br />

Claude Montandon<br />

“Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” is the somewhat<br />

clumsy name used in the stamp catalogues<br />

to designate the postage stamp issue which<br />

was valid between 1862 and 1883 and is the<br />

“godchild” of the <strong>Exhibition</strong> HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

This name was intended to differentiate the issue<br />

from the earlier imperforate issue which was to<br />

be replaced.<br />

The Zumstein Handbook of 1924 comments as<br />

follows:<br />

Much later than originally intended by the<br />

Postal Administration, the new series of stamps<br />

could finally be issued towards the end of the<br />

summer in 1862. It thanks its existence in part to<br />

the proclamation of the new Law on Postal Rates<br />

of 6 February 1862, which came into effect on<br />

1 July 1862 together with the Postal Agreement<br />

with Italy of 8 August 1861.<br />

The new issue differs in a number of respects<br />

from the previous issue, and the reasons for<br />

the change are of general interest. The correspondence<br />

in the official files contains the following<br />

considerations and conclusions:<br />

“Although the printing method used for the 1854<br />

issue was already significantly cheaper than the<br />

lithographic production of the first stamps of the<br />

Confederation, the production costs were still too<br />

high in comparison with those of other countries.<br />

Whilst the costs in the surrounding countries<br />

amounted to 30 – 90 cents per 1000 stamps,<br />

they were 1.25 francs in Switzerland, so that the<br />

desire for a reduction was very obvious.<br />

This significant difference in price results primarily<br />

from the fact that the manufacture of the<br />

silk-thread paper was very expensive, and that<br />

the stamps had a fairly large format. Since this<br />

expensive paper nevertheless provided only an<br />

inadequate protection against forgery, something<br />

cheaper could well be chosen.”<br />

In addition, the beauty of the old stamps appears<br />

not to have justified their expensive production<br />

process, since they received relatively little<br />

applause in comparison with those of other<br />

countries. According to official documents, the<br />

public found that the figure of <strong>Helvetia</strong> had horns<br />

(“horned <strong>Helvetia</strong>”), the eyes are closed (because<br />

the facial features were not recognisable), the<br />

figure should be visible in profile like on the<br />

coins, etc.; reasons enough to make a change in<br />

the production and design.<br />

The production costs were probably more significant<br />

for the decision than the beauty, as there<br />

was a maximum potential saving of 19,000<br />

francs in total for the 19.938 million stamps sold<br />

in the year 1863. This was an enormous sum<br />

in those times. The wishes of the customers for<br />

more easily separable (perforated) stamps had<br />

also to be taken into account. This in particular<br />

because similar efforts were in progress, or already<br />

realised, in the surrounding countries. As<br />

the manufacture of a perforating machine was<br />

expensive, this process was also propagated as<br />

an additional security measure against forgeries.<br />

The Royal Coin-engraver, J.P Riess in Munich,<br />

was entrusted with the drafting and manufacture<br />

of the original dies. The preliminary sketch shown<br />

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in Illustration 1 demonstrates three changes very<br />

clearly. The figure of <strong>Helvetia</strong> is presented in profile<br />

and the drawing is finer, the designation of<br />

the currency is omitted and, for the first time, the<br />

country name is given as HELVETIA. This is also<br />

the only aspect of this issue, which has survived<br />

over time, as this name still appears today on all<br />

stamps of the Swiss Post.<br />

Illustration 1<br />

As shown by the proof of the original engraving<br />

by Orell Füssli & Cie presented as Illustration 2,<br />

alternative offers were also obtained from competitors.<br />

The background-shading is significantly<br />

finer than in the engraving from Munich which<br />

was finally selected.<br />

The Postal Administration further decided to<br />

utilize a control-mark as an additional security<br />

measure against forgery. This mark, a cross<br />

in a double-oval, was dry-impressed into the<br />

400-stamp paper sheet already in the Papermill<br />

on the Sihl. Since relief-printing was retained, the<br />

paper had to be gummed before printing. The<br />

printing was finally done in the Federal Mint in<br />

Berne. As the process was rather complicated,<br />

the cost-reduction finally achieved was probably<br />

modest.<br />

This stamp-issue falls into a time of relatively<br />

strong expansion of the postal service, both within<br />

Switzerland and also in international traffic.<br />

This, together with the relatively long period of<br />

validity, leads to a wide availability for philately<br />

and therefore also to moderate prices.<br />

Trial prints<br />

The trial prints of this stamp issue are a rich<br />

treasure chest for the specialist. They contain unanticipated<br />

possibilities for the collector, but, in<br />

view of the rarity of various items, there is also a<br />

certain potential for frustration. Many years ago,<br />

Felix Winterstein tried to bring logical classification<br />

to the multiplicity and differentiate between<br />

various categories. One must mention that the<br />

year of production is not clear for most of these<br />

trial prints. For some colours it can be assumed<br />

that they were first prepared for the colour-change<br />

of 1867/75. The same applies to trials on granite<br />

paper, which was first used in 1881. One differentiates<br />

between imperforate and perforate trial prints.<br />

1. Imperforate<br />

Illustration 2<br />

1.1 Trial prints<br />

These are black prints on card or paper,<br />

which were made with a hand-press. There are<br />

three different items with various nominal values<br />

and 9 items with nominal values between 2 cents<br />

and one franc.<br />

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1.2 Colour trials<br />

Trial prints on paper without control-marks in<br />

colours which were not ultimately used for the<br />

definitive nominal values. Here alone there are<br />

30 items. Then there are 14 various items in the<br />

colours which were ultimately used for the definitive<br />

stamps.<br />

Illustration 3 shows a block of 12 of a black-brown<br />

2 cent stamp. One stamp has a red double-circle<br />

date-stamp “Weissenbach 6 VI 79”. This postmark<br />

is also recorded on a 40 cent green stamp.<br />

Is this a simple mis-perforation of the block or<br />

does this also represent a trial?<br />

Trial prints on original paper with control-marks in<br />

colours which were not ultimately used for the definitive<br />

nominal values (9 different items). A further<br />

4 trials on unperforated original paper are in the<br />

colours which were ultimately used for the issued<br />

stamps. The 60 cent value included here is a special<br />

case because the colour for this stamp was<br />

given as sulphur-yellow in the announcement of<br />

the new stamps in the Post Office Bulletin of 7 August<br />

1862. No conclusive explanations for the later<br />

change to the copper-bronze colour are available.<br />

1.3 Paper trials<br />

19 different trial prints on coloured or metallised<br />

paper without control-mark paper. These include<br />

among others the prints on collodion skin (also<br />

known as goldbeater skin). This paper is soaked<br />

in a special resin solution making it like parchment<br />

paper and is very sensitive.<br />

1.4. Cancellation and washing trials<br />

Cancellation and washing trials were important before<br />

the definitive utilization. This also concerned<br />

the avoidance of double usage to the detriment of<br />

the Post. Here, 15 different items are known.<br />

2. Perforated 11 3/4 : 11 1/2<br />

2.1 Colour trials<br />

11 different items for prints on paper without<br />

control-marks in colours, which were not used<br />

for the definitive stamps. 12 different items are<br />

recorded for the values and colours which were<br />

used for the definitive stamps.<br />

A further 3 items are recorded on original paper<br />

with control-marks in colours, which were not<br />

used for the definitive stamps.<br />

2.2 Colour and paper trials<br />

7 different trials on horizontally or vertically ribbed<br />

paper with control-marks. Effectively a combination<br />

of colour and paper trials.<br />

A further 12 trials are printed in various colours,<br />

or in the definitive colour, on coloured or metallised<br />

paper without control-marks. And finally<br />

there are 4 different trial prints in non-definitive<br />

colours on the granite papier which came into<br />

use as from 1881.<br />

3. Cancellation trials<br />

Illustration 3<br />

Cancellation trials with various date-stamps are<br />

recorded on 6 different values in fantasy or original<br />

colours. One must also mention here that<br />

an imperforate sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> stamp with an impressed<br />

control-mark has also been found. To<br />

my knowledge, this is so far the only example.<br />

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The stamps<br />

As already mentioned, the sale to the public<br />

commenced on 1 October 1862 with a delay<br />

of 3 months. And then it was only 4 values as<br />

shown in the table below. Philatelists may thank<br />

the so-called Italy provisional for this. The postage<br />

of 3 cents for printed matter to Italy could only<br />

be paid with one and one half 2 cent stamps of<br />

the sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> imperforate issue - a postally<br />

ordered bisection of stamps.<br />

The table below shows in summary form the<br />

quantities issued, the date of issue or early date<br />

and the primary utilization of the individual values.<br />

The period of validity was up to the end of<br />

September 1883. Comments to the individual<br />

stamps are given below where appropriate.<br />

2 cents olive<br />

There are a large number of different shades of<br />

colour. The red-brown stamp, to which the above<br />

early date also applies, is particularly popular.<br />

There are repeated uncertainties concerning the<br />

attributions of the pale brown and light yellowishbrown<br />

shades.<br />

10 cents<br />

The colour change from blue to red in the year<br />

1867 was probably made with a view to adjusting<br />

to the colours used for the inland rate in the<br />

German-Austrian Postal Union.<br />

Value Colour Quantity Date of issue Early date Utilizations<br />

millions Early date Granite paper<br />

2 ct. grey 45 01.10.1862 Inland printed matter<br />

2 ct. olive 80 05.02.1874 03.07.1881 Inland printed matter<br />

3 ct. black 6 01.10.1862 Printed matter to Italy<br />

5 ct. brown 210 08.12.1862 23.07.1881 Local letters<br />

10 ct. blue 55 01.10.1862 Inland letters<br />

10 ct. red 240 04.03.1867 22.06.1881 Inland letters<br />

15 ct. yellow 7 01.01.1875 01.09.1881 C.O.D.<br />

20 ct. orange 50 05.03.1863 11.10.1881 Inland regd. letters<br />

25 ct. green 50 01.09.1868 18.10.1881 C.O.D., UPU<br />

30 ct. vermilion 5 01.10.1862 France, Italy<br />

30 ct. ultramarine 18 18.03.1867 France, Italy<br />

40 ct. green 5 30.06.1863 France, Germany/Austria<br />

40 ct. grey 10 05.04.1878 12.09.1881 Court docs., Overseas<br />

50 ct. lilac 8 08.03.1867 29.09.1881 GB, Spain, USA<br />

60 ct. copper-bronze 1 18.05.1863 France, Italy<br />

1 fr. golden 5 18.5.1863 20.9.1881 Overseas<br />

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30 cents blue<br />

The colour change was necessitated by the colour<br />

change of the 10 cent stamps. As a result of<br />

the establishment of the General Postal Union<br />

and the adjustment of the international postage<br />

rates, this value was practically no longer used<br />

after 1 July 1875 (France 1 January 1876) and<br />

the deliveries discontinued completely in 1879.<br />

40 cents green<br />

As a result of the changed postage rates to<br />

France and the German-Austrian Postal Union,<br />

this value saw very little use after 1869 and the<br />

deliveries discontinued completely in 1874.<br />

1 franc golden<br />

The Collectors recognise here three different<br />

shades. In order to differentiate between them<br />

it is important to be familiar with the above print<br />

process. The stamp which appeared in the year<br />

1863, and which is designated as “reddish goldbronze”<br />

in the catalogues, has a red-brown<br />

background colour. Illustration 4 shows a block<br />

of 10 of these stamps, which are only seldom<br />

seen unused condition. During the course of<br />

time the background print became lighter and<br />

lighter, finally ending up with a watery yellow for<br />

the “golden” stamps.<br />

60 cents copper-bronze<br />

In the instruction of 7 August 1862 concerning<br />

the issue of the new postage stamps, this stamp<br />

war announced as being in sulphur yellow colour.<br />

It appeared in May 1863 in copper bronze.<br />

The printing of the stamps in bronze colours was<br />

first made in the same way as the other stamps.<br />

The printing of the brown ones began with a red<br />

background colour and that for the yellow ones<br />

with a yellow background colour. Immediately after<br />

they came out of the press and the printing<br />

ink was still fresh, the bronze powder was sprinkled<br />

on top. The superfluous bronze powder was<br />

then removed.<br />

This process was unsatisfactory in that the bronze<br />

powder could easily be wiped away and the<br />

surface appeared grainy. The background colour<br />

ink was later rubbed-on with a significantly thicker<br />

varnish. After the bronze powder had been<br />

applied, the plate was carefully cleaned after 80<br />

to 100 prints and the sheets were laid on again in<br />

the same sequence. With this second dry print,<br />

the grainy bronze layer became smooth and<br />

strongly applied and a shine was created.<br />

Illustration 4<br />

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In 1879 the Postal Administration<br />

resolved to order a new series of<br />

stamps. A new kind of paper, into<br />

which red and blue fibres were mixed<br />

as protection against forgery, was to<br />

be used for this issue. Since delays<br />

in the production and printing again<br />

arose and the stocks of stamps were<br />

depleted, the Post saw itself compelled<br />

to print a new issue of the “sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong><br />

perforate” stamps on the so-called granite paper<br />

in the year 1881. The transition to the 9 new values<br />

was fluid. Since the new issues, “number<br />

design” and “standing <strong>Helvetia</strong>”, appeared already<br />

in April 1882, the higher values in particular<br />

are difficult to find in used condition.<br />

At the end of September 1883, when the “sitting<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” stamps lost their validity, the<br />

Post still had available considerable quantities of<br />

the stamps on granite paper, and also of individual<br />

values on white paper; it was resolved to<br />

sell these at lower prices for collection purposes.<br />

100 sets with a nominal value of Fr. 267 were<br />

sold for only Fr. 28.50. Collectors could therefore<br />

acquire unused stamps cheaply. Since there was<br />

at the same time a shortage of used stamps on<br />

granite paper, the market was in consequence<br />

flooded with stamps with false and subsequent<br />

cancellations. A circular was sent to the post-offices<br />

already in 1896, instructing them to no longer<br />

fulfil requests from the public for subsequent<br />

cancellations.<br />

specialized catalogues. In this summary article<br />

we limit ourselves to a few special items.<br />

The reason for the prominent unprinted area on<br />

the stamp shown in Illustration 5 was a controlmark<br />

impressed too heavily. Through this, an<br />

oval piece of paper from the stamp above in the<br />

stack of paper could fall out and stick firmly. The<br />

printing went over the firmly stuck piece of paper,<br />

which also remained there during cancellation. A<br />

philatelist’s water bath then brought the irregularity<br />

to light.<br />

As we have already seen with the trial prints,<br />

mis-perforations can arise. It is probably rare<br />

that one so extreme as that in Illustration 6 was<br />

not taken out based on the optical check.<br />

The non-perforated “sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate”<br />

stamp (Illustration 7) was not yet mentioned in<br />

the Zumstein Handbook of 1924. It is one of the<br />

great rarities of this collecting area. We know of<br />

about 20 cancelled examples and a letter with a<br />

pair of these stamps.<br />

Illustration 5, 6 and 7<br />

Varieties and plate-flaws<br />

Because of the relatively large numbers printed<br />

and the demanding printing process, we see a<br />

large number of examples of plate and frame<br />

defects, double embossing and double print, plus<br />

random print varieties and very many shades<br />

of colour. Although these formerly attracted the<br />

interest of philatelists, this is today focussed<br />

increasingly on spectacular individual items.<br />

Interested collectors are therefore referred to the<br />

Cancellations<br />

The long period of validity and the expansion of<br />

the postal traffic during this time has resulted in<br />

an almost infinite variety of cancellations. This<br />

is in particular also because in Switzerland the<br />

Directorates of the Postal Regions were relatively<br />

independent, contrary to in France, where the<br />

Central Authorities regulated everything and<br />

introduced uniformity. The cancellation handbook<br />

of Andres and Emmenegger gives a good insight<br />

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into this area. Boxed markings, straight-line<br />

markings, oval markings, single-circle markings,<br />

double-circle markings and many more. With<br />

these hundreds of possibilities, every selection<br />

is arbitrary. We therefore show just two attractive<br />

covers.<br />

A good example of a decision by the Regional<br />

Postal Directorate is provided by the oval markings<br />

with a cross in an aureole, which came into<br />

use in 79 postal agencies in Canton Ticino and in<br />

the part of Mesocco in the Grisons. These were<br />

all in Postal Region VIII and hand-made by the<br />

metalwork firm of Salvatore Torriani in Mendrisio.<br />

Illustration 8 shows the marking of the most<br />

northerly postal agency in Canton Ticino on the<br />

Gotthard pass. Postage 10 cents for a single inland<br />

letter.<br />

The marking OHMSTALL-NIEDERWIL is an<br />

exotic example from Canton Lucerne (Illustration<br />

9). A registered letter from 23 February<br />

1881 from the Parish Council of Ohmstall-<br />

Niederwil to the Parish Council of Ebersecken.<br />

These two places lie about 2.2 kilometres apart<br />

so this is a local registered letter correctly<br />

franked at 25 cents including the 20 cents registration<br />

fee. There is only one other example of<br />

a double-circle marking with the place-name in<br />

“elzevier” type and with the two dotted lines in<br />

the inner circle, and this also comes from Canton<br />

Lucerne.<br />

Illustration 8<br />

Illustration 9<br />

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Bisects<br />

As mentioned above, the Post ordered the use<br />

of one and a half imperforate 2 cent stamps<br />

for the franking of printed matter to Italy in the<br />

period from 1 July to 31 September 1862. We<br />

usually find this combination on examples of the<br />

“Gazzetta Ticinese”.<br />

Afterwards, bisects were no longer allowed. But<br />

there was clearly a generous tolerance margin.<br />

Thus, at least 10 letters with bisected blue<br />

10 cent stamps are known from the Chiasso<br />

area alone. It was theoretically possible that no<br />

5 cents stamps were available in an office and<br />

that one had to reach for the scissors to solve<br />

the problem. One sees some examples from the<br />

1860’s. Later there are more and more attempts<br />

to use bisects to the detriment of the Post, and<br />

also philatelists who manufactured a cover.<br />

About 20 years ago, there was much discussion<br />

under philatelists concerning the bisects, respectively<br />

their correct definition. Some rejected<br />

taxed letters, others decried non-taxed bisects<br />

as curiosities. This is not of interest to us here as<br />

the question appears rather academic to us. It<br />

would be more important to examine whether all<br />

these bisects are also actually genuine. Doubts<br />

may be appropriate for a number of the examples<br />

on offer.<br />

Illustrations 10 and 11 show two letters from the<br />

same correspondence with a bisected stamp.<br />

Yes, you are reading this correctly, this is one and<br />

the same stamp, which was cut with scissors.<br />

The letters are from Bellevue and addressed to<br />

Petit Saconnex. One was sent on 5 August and<br />

the other on 6 August 1868. The distance between<br />

the places was about 6 kilometres, so the<br />

postage of 5 cents was correct. Each letter was<br />

subjected to 5 cents postage due. Up to September<br />

1871, unfranked local letters cost only<br />

5 cents. No additional charge was raised. The<br />

recipient was probably disappointed at the outcome<br />

of this experiment, but it was a good deal<br />

for the Post office.<br />

Illustration 11<br />

Illustration 10<br />

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Mixed frankings<br />

Mixed frankings between two different<br />

stamp issues are attractive<br />

because they were usually only<br />

possible during a short period of time.<br />

Certain combinations are even<br />

only seldom found. Already in the<br />

year 1978, an attempt to catalogue<br />

the possible mixed frankings of the<br />

“Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” was published<br />

for the first time in the Berner<br />

Briefmarkenzeitung. A system was<br />

developed and the tables are shown<br />

in the Zumstein Spezialkatalog.<br />

Illustration 12<br />

Illustration 12 shows the 2 and 5<br />

cent stamps in combination with a<br />

3 cent stamp of the perforate issue.<br />

This gives the postage of 10 cents<br />

for a simple inland letter. An unusual<br />

combination in ideal condition.<br />

As regards Illustration 13, a number<br />

of questions will arise as to whether<br />

this is in fact a mixed franking. But<br />

these are effectively not simply<br />

brown shades of the 5 cent stamp.<br />

They are actually one stamp on<br />

white paper and one stamp on granite<br />

paper, i.e. a mixed franking between<br />

two different stamp issues.<br />

Effectively, no great attention is normally<br />

given to this for the “Sitting<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” issue. But, with<br />

stamps of the same nominal values,<br />

these are rarities.<br />

Illustration 14 again shows a mixed<br />

franking with stamps of the same<br />

nominal values. But here there<br />

are two stamps of the “cross and<br />

number” issue together with the<br />

“Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” stamp.<br />

This colour combination on this registered<br />

letter is a real eye-catcher.<br />

Illustration 13<br />

Illustration 14<br />

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This post-wagon cover from Unterhallau<br />

to Schaffhausen (Illustration 15) is<br />

again one of the great rarities of this<br />

collecting area. Combinations of the<br />

three issues “Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate”,<br />

“Cross and number” and “Standing<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong>” are generally scarce.<br />

But the 40 cent stamp on this cover is<br />

in addition one of the rare stamps on<br />

granite paper.<br />

Utilization<br />

For this stamp issue too, the primary<br />

interest up until the 1970’s was to<br />

collect loose stamps. This was also<br />

thanks to the many pre-printed stamp<br />

albums available on the market, whose<br />

spaces had to be filled. The stamps<br />

had to be removed from the disturbing<br />

paper which adhered to them. This<br />

changed when, in 1974 the “Schweiz<br />

Spezialsammler-Vereinigung” published<br />

a booklet “About the frankings<br />

of the sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” for its<br />

50th Anniversary. One of the authors,<br />

Felix Winterstein, then achieved at<br />

the National <strong>Exhibition</strong> in Lausanne<br />

in 1978 the highest award for his exhibit<br />

of frankings, the first time for such<br />

a “modern exhibit”. With this the breakthrough<br />

was achieved and postal history collecting took<br />

its course. The development of the postal services<br />

within Switzerland, and in particular also<br />

the many simplifications and price reductions in<br />

the international traffic up to the Universal Postal<br />

Union, made their contribution to the massive increase<br />

in the postal traffic.<br />

The examples shown here give an indication of<br />

the multiplicity of the possibilities. There can be<br />

no attempt at completeness as this would go beyond<br />

all bounds.<br />

Inland<br />

Illustration 15<br />

Illustration 16<br />

Parcels and insured items had to be sent by the<br />

wagon-post. Since the franking of post-wagon<br />

items was originally not allowed because concerns<br />

arose as to the adhesion of the stamps on<br />

the packets, we find relatively few such items.<br />

This restriction was first lifted with an instruction<br />

in 1878. In Illustration 16 we see a letter with a<br />

declared value of 220 francs franked with a 50<br />

cent stamp on granite paper. This amount comprised:<br />

postage of 40 cents for the wagon-post<br />

and 3 cents insurance fee per 100 francs. The<br />

sum of 49 cents was rounded up to 50 cents.<br />

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The express delivery of inland letters<br />

was introduced on 1 January 1868.<br />

Already after eight months, it was extended<br />

to other letters and wagon-post<br />

items. Such despatches had to bear<br />

the indication “By Express”. Up to a distance<br />

of 1.2 kilometres from the postoffice,<br />

the express fee on top of the letter<br />

postage amounted to 30 cents. Beyond<br />

that, it was 50 cents per half-hour<br />

(2.4 km). For a distance of more than<br />

2 hours, the price was one franc per<br />

half-hour. As from 1 September 1868,<br />

it was decreed that this additional fee<br />

had to be paid with stamps affixed to an<br />

express delivery slip („Express-Bestellzettel“).<br />

For this reason, we only find<br />

express fees on letters in exceptional<br />

cases. Usually, only the remaining traces<br />

of the slip, which had been stuckon<br />

are to be seen, as in the case of Illustration<br />

17. For this example, we can<br />

see from the address that the express<br />

fee amounted to 30 cents.<br />

Post-cards with imprinted stamps were<br />

introduced in Switzerland on 1 October<br />

1870. The imprints were first in red and<br />

then, from January 1874, in brown.<br />

Since they cost only 5 cents, they<br />

were quickly popular with the public for<br />

short messages. Since the cards could<br />

also be used for other postal services,<br />

such as C.O.D., which cost extra, they had to<br />

be supplemented with stamps. Such examples<br />

are significantly less easy to find, in particular in<br />

the local delivery area. However, this registered<br />

postcard to Geneva is really rare (Illustration<br />

18). As from 1 September 1871, the registration<br />

fee was 10 cents. This also applied to postcards.<br />

When it was handed-in at the post-office<br />

in Dottikon, the “CHARGÉ” handstamp was<br />

applied, but the underpayment probably not<br />

noticed, and the card was sent on its way. At<br />

the latest in Geneva, 5 cents postage due was<br />

noted. This is interesting in that the postage rate<br />

Illustration 17<br />

Illustration 18<br />

law of 1871 provided for an additional penalty<br />

charge of 5 cents for underfranked letters.<br />

However, only the single missing amount was<br />

charged. This had a certain logic in that the<br />

postage for the card was covered and only a<br />

portion of the registration fee was missing. The<br />

registered postcard had further been handed-in<br />

at the post-office counter. Thus, it was actually<br />

the post-office’s mistake and the customer was<br />

not charged a penalty. This procedure was also<br />

used in the other cases of insufficiently franked<br />

registered letters that I have seen.<br />

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Private postcards without an<br />

imprinted stamp were first permitted<br />

after 1874. As the item<br />

in Illustration 19 shows, hotels<br />

used this possibility for advertising.<br />

The Hotel Bienenberg<br />

above Liestal, which still exists<br />

today, praises itself in the highest<br />

tones with words and a<br />

picture. An interesting testimony<br />

from the heyday of the spa<br />

culture. This card to Basle was<br />

handed-in in at the post-office<br />

in Niederschönthal, the nearest<br />

one to the hotel.<br />

The Federal Law on the postal monopoly of<br />

4 June 1849 made the transport of money<br />

despatches up to a weight of 10 pounds subject<br />

to the monopoly. Since it was not permitted<br />

to supplement the first money-transfer cards<br />

bearing value imprints of from 20 to 60 cents of<br />

1867 and 1869 with stamps, the change in the<br />

law in 1876 brought a change with the increase<br />

in the maximum amount to 1000 francs. Through<br />

Illustration 19<br />

the increase in the rates by 10 cents, there was<br />

no longer a possibility to use the 20-cent-forms.<br />

The Post therefore resolved that in future all<br />

charges could with immediate effect be covered<br />

with supplementary stamps. The money-transfer<br />

card bearing a value of 60 cents for a moneytransfer<br />

in the maximum amount of 1000 francs<br />

(Illustration 20) therefore had to be additionally<br />

franked with stamps to the value of 60 cents.<br />

Illustration 20<br />

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Illustration 21<br />

Illustration 22<br />

Postage due stamps were introduced in Switzerland<br />

on 1 July 1878. There were 33 different<br />

issues with the same design, which was a record<br />

for Switzerland. These stamps were affixed to<br />

un- or underfranked postal items as a receipt for<br />

the amount still to be paid. Their use in combination<br />

with the “Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> perforate” stamps<br />

was possible for almost 5 years but examples<br />

are not often seen.<br />

The example in Illustration 21 was not accepted<br />

as printed matter and was taxed. As from<br />

1 September 1876, double the postage less<br />

the stamps used was charged for unfranked or<br />

underfranked letters. In the case of this local<br />

letter, this meant 2 times 5 cents minus 2 cents.<br />

This gave the 8 cents which are here represented<br />

by blue postage due stamps.<br />

Very few collectors are aware of the special rate<br />

for the return of printed matter received on approval<br />

which was resolved in 1873 and came into<br />

effect on 1 January 1874.<br />

Weight<br />

Rate for return<br />

up to 50 grams 2 cents<br />

50–100 grams 3 cents<br />

250–500 grams 5 cents<br />

500–1000 grams half the postal-wagon rate<br />

In the example shown in Illustration 22, Mr.<br />

Battaglia in Feldis returned the Teachers’<br />

Calendar promptly unfranked. The Post then<br />

charged the bookseller in Chur only the reduced<br />

rate of 3 cents. This procedure reminds one<br />

somehow of all the many Internet orders, which<br />

can also be returned unfranked.<br />

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International<br />

The Swiss Confederation concluded new postal<br />

agreements with a large number of countries<br />

between 1862 and 1874. These brought simplifications<br />

in the bilateral postal traffic and usually<br />

a reduction in the rates, which led to larger volumes.<br />

The postal transit to more distant territories<br />

was often made using neighbouring countries.<br />

This resulted in a fascinating multiplicity of<br />

possible routings and tariffs. The establishment<br />

of the General Postal Union in the year 1874<br />

brought significant changes. For the founder<br />

members, this Agreement came into effect on<br />

1 July 1875 (for France 1 January 1876). The<br />

new uniform tariffs and the discontinuation of the<br />

mutual billing simplified enormously the postal<br />

traffic between the countries. This example,<br />

which is cited in the Jubilee publication of the<br />

SSV, could not be more impressive.<br />

A sender, who in the year 1876 intended to send a 15 gram letter to Peru, was offered the following alternatives by the<br />

Post Office:<br />

Routing via Prepayment to: Rate:<br />

France a) through the Magellan Strait Port of landing 105 cents<br />

b) via Colon and Panama Port of landing 135 cents<br />

Germany a) via Hamburg Destination 125 cents<br />

b) other routes Destination 150 cents<br />

England Port of landing 195 cents<br />

United States Port of landing 120 cents<br />

Antwerp Port of landing 85 cents<br />

Three years later the same sender could simply frank his letter with 40 cents….<br />

Illustration 23<br />

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The examples given here serve to illustrate the<br />

multiplicity possible.<br />

According to the postal agreement with the Kingdom<br />

of Italy of 1862, a letter up to 10 gr. cost 30<br />

cents. The weight of 17 gr. noted at the top right<br />

in red crayon indicates the second weight stage.<br />

The registration fee of 30 cents had to be added<br />

to the postage of 60 cents. The sender apparently<br />

had a large stock of 3 cent stamps which<br />

he wanted to use up. Supplemented with 2 x 2<br />

cent and 2 x 30 cent stamps, a total of 91 cents<br />

resulted, i.e. 1 cent too much (Illustration 23).<br />

In view of the cost of printing stamps, the Postal<br />

Administration wanted to avoid the use of large<br />

quantities of low-value stamps on postal items<br />

and issued an instruction on 18 November 1876<br />

regarding the stocks of stamps at the postoffices<br />

and the use of the stamps. This was naturally<br />

irrelevant for private persons.<br />

As from 15 August 1859, the postage for a<br />

single weight letter to France was set at 40<br />

cents. The sender of the letter in Illustration 24<br />

then tried to cover these 40 cents with French<br />

and Swiss stamps. Quite correctly, this attempt<br />

was not accepted by the Post because foreign<br />

stamps were not valid in Switzerland. The letter<br />

was therefore marked „Insuffisant“. The handstamp<br />

“4”, which had been provided by the<br />

French postal administration, shows in décimes<br />

the amount to be paid by the addressee. Since<br />

insufficiently franked letters to and from France<br />

were at this time treated like unfranked letters,<br />

i.e. without taking the franking into account, and<br />

as there was currency parity between France<br />

and Switzerland thanks to the Latin Currency<br />

Union, the amount due was 40 centimes.<br />

According to Article 12 of the implementation<br />

rules to the postal agreement with France, repayment<br />

of the franking, for which no credit had<br />

been given, could be demanded from the Swiss<br />

Postal Administration within six months by the<br />

sender or by the addressee. However, the postal<br />

item had then to be handed over at the post office<br />

counter, which for folded lettersheets with<br />

business correspondence, would probably only<br />

occur in exceptional cases.<br />

Illustration 24<br />

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Illustration 25<br />

Illustration 26<br />

Before 1 January 1873, postcards sent abroad<br />

were tolerated, but the Post treated them like<br />

letters. The frontier zone with Germany extended<br />

to 7 geographic miles (52.5 kilometres) in a<br />

direct line from one post-office to the other. This<br />

card from Zurich to Thiengen near Waldshut was<br />

therefore stamped “RL” (Rayon Limitrophe) and<br />

was correctly franked with 10 cents (Illustration<br />

25). The printed back of the card is an interesting<br />

exception to the norm (Illustration 26).<br />

Letters from Switzerland to the USA weighing<br />

up to 7.5 grams cost 110 cents if they were sent<br />

via France. One finds such items relatively frequently.<br />

Underfranked letters are much scarcer<br />

and of greater interest. The letter from the<br />

District Court in Martigny shown in Illustration<br />

27 weighed 9 grams (note in ink at top left) and<br />

was therefore in the second weight stage. The<br />

postage should therefore have been 220 cents.<br />

It was, however, franked in error at only at 160<br />

cents and marked with the “PD” handstamp.<br />

The error was noticed in the railway post-office<br />

from Neuchâtel to Pontarlier, which here functioned<br />

as the exchange office with France. The<br />

“PD” was over-stamped with the small oval obliterator<br />

used only in this postoffice and the marking<br />

“AFFR.INSUF.” was applied. The French<br />

frontier-office of Pontarlier confirmed the receipt<br />

with its characteristic handstamp.<br />

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The accountancy mark “24”<br />

(cents) shows the amount due<br />

to France. Finally, the recipient<br />

in New York had to pay 60 U.S.<br />

cents (in notes). This amount<br />

was the equivalent of 42 U.S.<br />

cents in gold, which equalled 210<br />

gold centimes. The relationship<br />

between the gold- and papercurrency<br />

of the USA varied from<br />

day to day. As already mentioned<br />

for Illustration 25, the franking was<br />

also here not taken into account in<br />

calculating the postage due.<br />

Illustration 27<br />

Universal Postal Union<br />

As already explained, the postage<br />

rate for a letter up to 15 grams was<br />

standardized at 25 cents as from<br />

1 July 1875 for the countries of the<br />

Universal Postal Union. Illustration<br />

28 shows how such a franking can<br />

also be attractive. If the addressee<br />

in Stockholm was a philatelist, he<br />

would certainly have been very<br />

pleased with this envelope.<br />

Illustration 28<br />

The new UPU tariff of 1 April 1879<br />

reduced to rate for 15 gram letters<br />

to overseas member countries from<br />

50 to 40 cents. This excluded the<br />

USA and Canada, for which the rate<br />

remained at 25 cents. Illustration<br />

29 shows a letter of this period to<br />

a wellknown address in Yokohama.<br />

The postal money transfer service<br />

to foreign countries began with Sardinia<br />

in the year 1861. Subsequently, there were<br />

bilateral agreements with many countries. Here<br />

too, the UPU stepped in. At the 2nd World Post<br />

Congress in Paris, an agreement concerning<br />

Illustration 29<br />

money transfers was reached, which came into<br />

effect on 1 April 1879. Illustration 30 shows an old<br />

form from 1875, which could also be used up for<br />

Germany and Austria after 1 April 1879.<br />

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The money transfer of Fr. 256.25 went<br />

to Blowitz in Bohemia. The fee is comprised<br />

as follows: the first 50 francs<br />

cost 50 cents. There then came 25<br />

cents for each further 25 francs. The<br />

9 times 25 cents for the remaining Fr.<br />

206.25 rounded-up to Fr. 225.00 gives<br />

the supplementary franking of Fr. 2.25<br />

- so all is correct.<br />

Illustration 30<br />

The 10 x 2 cent stamps plus a 5<br />

cent stamp are accurately affixed<br />

at an angle of 45% (Illustration 31).<br />

As we have already seen above,<br />

a franking comprising so many<br />

stamps was not quite what the<br />

Post desired as it was concerned<br />

with the cost of producing the<br />

stamps. Imagination knows no<br />

limits – an attractive curiosity.<br />

Illustration 31<br />

Illustrations<br />

All the illustrations in this article were generously made available to us by the Museum for Communication,<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong>strasse 16, 3000 Berne 6. We wish to express our hearty thanks to them.<br />

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The Universal Postal Union (UPU)<br />

Issue of 1900<br />

Roberto Lopez, CPhH<br />

With the industrial revolution, communications<br />

both inland and abroad increased constantly<br />

as from the middle of the 19th Century. In consequence,<br />

the letter traffic also increased massively<br />

and the need for a better organised international<br />

postal service became more and more<br />

pressing. Unsuccessful attempts were started in<br />

1841 by the German economist J. v. Herrfeldt.<br />

The idea lay fallow until the year 1863.<br />

Montgomery<br />

Blair 1813-1883<br />

In August 1862, Montgomery<br />

Blair, the Postmaster General<br />

of the United States,<br />

drew attention to the difficulties<br />

in the international letter<br />

traffic and trading of various<br />

American enterprises (there<br />

were bilateral agreements,<br />

every country had a different<br />

tariff, etc.).<br />

Blair was supported by the then President, Abraham<br />

Lincoln, and an international conference with<br />

15 participants from European and American<br />

countries was organised in May 1863. The objective<br />

was to work out common modalities and<br />

introduce simplified postal tariffs. The desired<br />

success was unfortunately<br />

not achieved, although the<br />

tariffs were subsequently<br />

simplified somewhat.<br />

Heinrich Von Stephan<br />

1831-1897<br />

On 15th September 1874,<br />

Heinrich von Stephan,<br />

Postmaster General of the<br />

North German Confederation<br />

at the time, organised<br />

an international conference with the objective of<br />

founding an international postal union. The invitation<br />

was by the Swiss Federal Councillor Eugène<br />

Borel (Federal Councillor from 1873 to 1875,<br />

Head of the UPU from 1875 up to his death). The<br />

conference took place in Berne and received 22<br />

representatives from 22 different countries.<br />

This conference was the<br />

foundation stone for the<br />

Berne Agreement of 9th<br />

October 1874, which made<br />

possible the establishment<br />

of the “Union générale des<br />

postes”. It unified the whole<br />

of Europe, the United States<br />

of America and Egypt. The<br />

“frontiers” between these<br />

Eugène Borel<br />

1835-1892<br />

united countries fell in order to make place for an<br />

extended postal confederation. The tariffs were<br />

to be unified and reduced.<br />

The City of Berne was selected as the domicile<br />

of the UPU. The official language is French and<br />

English was introduced as a working language<br />

as from 1994.<br />

The new simplified tariffs came into effect on 1st<br />

July 1875, except for France, also a founding<br />

member, which introduced the tariffs first on 1st<br />

January 1876. At the Paris Conference in 1878,<br />

the name of the organisation was changed to<br />

“Union Postale Universelle (UPU)”.<br />

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The following basic international postal rates between UPU signatory states were established as from<br />

1st July 1875:<br />

Printed matter Postcards Letters (to 15 grams)<br />

5 centimes 10 centimes 25 centimes<br />

Eugène Ruffy (Federal Councillor from 1893 to<br />

1899) became the Director of the UPU in 1899. In<br />

April 1900 he motivated the Federal Councillors<br />

and former colleagues to organise a celebration<br />

on 2nd July 1900 for the 25th Anniversary of the<br />

UPU. Three stamps with the nominal values of<br />

5, 10 and 25 centimes, plus two postal stationery<br />

cards of 5 and 10 centimes, were issued for this<br />

occasion. The validity of these stamps extended<br />

from 2nd July 1900 up to 31st December 1900.<br />

The three values of the first plate (SBK 1 77A-79A)<br />

As already mentioned, two postal stationery<br />

cards of 5 and 10 centimes, with the same validity<br />

period as the stamps, were prepared for this<br />

event. The green 5 centime card was intended<br />

for inland use and the red 10 centime card for<br />

international use.<br />

As with the postage stamps, these cards also<br />

show numerous varieties, which constitute a<br />

special area.<br />

Swiss Federal Council 1900<br />

These stamps were designed by Eugène Grasset<br />

(Lausanne/Paris) and were engraved by Florian<br />

Frédéric in Paris, whose real name was Frédéric<br />

Rognon. The printing from the copper plates was<br />

entrusted to Max Girardet, who had printed the<br />

standing <strong>Helvetia</strong> issues among others.<br />

The face values of 5, 10 and 25 centimes correspond<br />

to the basic rates and the colours green,<br />

red and blue correspond to the new requirements<br />

which had been in force since 1896. One<br />

can differentiate between three different plates,<br />

which specialists have also plated in full (Literature<br />

reference 1).<br />

Postcard (PK 033; Literature reference 2) from<br />

Berne to Paris. First date of issue with a razorblade<br />

date stamp (4.02; Literature reference 5).<br />

1 SBK stands for Schweizerischer Briefmarken Katalog (Swiss<br />

Stamp <strong>Catalogue</strong>)<br />

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The card illustrated below (PK 032) with a supplementary<br />

franking of 5 centimes (SBK 77A)<br />

sent from Interlaken to Wetzlar shows the variety<br />

“Sun in textband” and was further used on the<br />

first day of use, 2nd July 1900.<br />

This canceller was only used for three days, from<br />

2nd to 4th July 1900.<br />

Philatelic documents with this canceller are naturally<br />

very sought after by collectors, especially<br />

when they are not selfmade. The following registered<br />

letter from Berne to New York fulfils the<br />

collecting criteria entirely.<br />

PK 032.P07, socalled “Sun in text-band”<br />

Although the validity period of 6 months, from<br />

2.07.1900 up to 31.12.1900, is very limited, many<br />

collecting possibilities remain open. One can,<br />

for example, make a traditional collection, which<br />

covers the three stamp issues, essays, a wide<br />

variety of postmarks, colour varieties and usages<br />

on letters. A postal history collection with<br />

many different destinations is also possible. One<br />

can also specialise in the varieties or even make<br />

a plating collection.<br />

Registered letter from Berne to New York with<br />

the special postmark of 2nd July 1900<br />

The more unusual a letter is, the more interesting<br />

it becomes. It naturally takes much patience, and<br />

also the knowledge, to recognise such items and<br />

sometimes one needs luck too.<br />

Special first day postmark from Frédéric de<br />

Coppet for the 25th Anniversary of the UPU<br />

Naturally, a special canceller was made for the<br />

25th Anniversary of the UPU. This was manufactured<br />

by Frédéric de Coppet, Lausanne.<br />

R.S/& Co (R19, Literature reference 3) Robert<br />

Schwarzenbach & Co, Ferggerei, Thalwil; in use<br />

from 1899 to 1931.<br />

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The next document shows an unusually high<br />

franking, one for the 8th weight-stage, with postage<br />

of 2 francs (6x79B and standing <strong>Helvetia</strong>,<br />

74D) for the despatch of a heavy item from Thalwil<br />

to London. All the stamps were perforated<br />

(“perfins”).<br />

Enlargement of one of the perforated<br />

stamps;<br />

R, S = Robert Schwarzenbach,<br />

below<br />

& Co = and Company<br />

The UPU expanded more and more and continually<br />

improved its services. The stages of this<br />

continuous development are characterised by<br />

numerous Conferences and Congresses (Paris<br />

1878, Lisbon 1885, Vienna 1891, Washington<br />

1897, Rome 1906, Madrid 1920, Stockholm<br />

1924, London 1929, Cairo 1934, just to mention<br />

the first).<br />

The Washington Congress of 1897 brought a<br />

further change, under which the stamps of all<br />

member states for the three basic international<br />

rates had to have the same colours:<br />

Printed matter Post-cards Letters<br />

(to 15 grams)<br />

Green Red Blue<br />

As the last, I would like to introduce to you a registered<br />

first day postcard with Yokohama as its<br />

destination. Attractive and unusual frankings to<br />

foreign countries are not everyday items after<br />

the simplification of the rates from 1st July 1875.<br />

However, finds can be made at stamp shows<br />

and in auctions.<br />

For Switzerland this had the consequence that<br />

the stamps of the number design and the standing<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong> stamps had to be changed.<br />

You can see that there are various ways to have<br />

fun and enjoyment with the stamps of this issue<br />

in spite of their modest period of validity.<br />

Literature<br />

Schweiz UPU - Die Ausgabe zum 25jährigen Jubiläum<br />

der Gründung des Weltpostvereins, René Gees,<br />

Kottelat & Cie, Bern.<br />

Schweizer Ganzsachen-Handbuch 1846-1906,<br />

Martin Baer, 2019.<br />

Swiss Perfin, Marin Baer, 2014.<br />

Registered postcard from Seewen via San Francisco<br />

to Yokohama from 2nd July 1900.<br />

www.lopez-phila.ch/wa_files/exposition_(1).pdf,<br />

Roberto Lopez, 2018.<br />

Handbuch “Rasierklingenstempel” der Schweiz,<br />

Hans J. Zinken et al., 2015.<br />

Congresso Filatelico Internazionale, Lugano,<br />

Giugno 1934.<br />

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FIP – Fédération Internationale de Philatélie<br />

- a brief introduction to the history of the FIP<br />

Bernard Beston, FIP President<br />

In the year 2025 the Federation Internationale<br />

de Philatelie will be 100 years old. It was founded<br />

on 18 June 1926 when seven Nations joined<br />

together in to form the body colloquially known<br />

as FIP. At <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong> where the body is honoured<br />

by its own day it will have its 97th Birthday.<br />

The founding countries who assembled in Paris<br />

were:<br />

– Switzerland<br />

Willy Bigwood<br />

(Belgium)<br />

Dr. Jules Suter<br />

(Switzerland)<br />

– France<br />

– Germany<br />

– Netherlands<br />

– Austria<br />

– Czechoslovakia<br />

– Belgium<br />

The original concept was to call the Body “The<br />

Bureau Internationale de la Philatelie” (International<br />

Bureau of Philately), but this name was not<br />

adopted by the inaugural Congress. Interestingly,<br />

the French spelling of the name, in an Anglo<br />

world, has survived. The new body was registered<br />

in Switzerland under Swiss law and remains<br />

so today.<br />

The founding President was Willy Bigwood (Belgium)<br />

and a key founding member was the Swiss<br />

Dr. Jules Suter, who held various important philatelic<br />

positions.<br />

Dr. Suter was among others 1926 founding<br />

member and first president of the Swiss Spezialsammler-Vereins<br />

and OC member and Jury<br />

member of NABA 1934 in Zurich. In addition, he<br />

was a Jury member of the IPOSTA 1930. In 1945<br />

he signed as founding member of the Consilium<br />

Philateliae Helveticae in the meaning of a council<br />

for Swiss philately. His business friend Iwan<br />

Bally was elected in 1946 as a dedicated collector<br />

at the the first elections for admission to the<br />

then 10-member Consilium at that time.<br />

The current President is Bernard Beston, Australia.<br />

Other major European stamp collecting<br />

countries, Italy, Hungary and Greece joined in<br />

the year 1927. At this time, it is estimated that<br />

the member Nations comprised over 40,000 active<br />

collectors who held membership of Societies<br />

and clubs. By 1938 these were joined by Poland,<br />

Denmark, Yugoslavia, Luxembourg, Bulgaria,<br />

Finland, Spain, Latvia and Sweden.<br />

The first nations from the new world joined in<br />

1936 (Brasil) and 1938 (United States of Ameri-<br />

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ca); followed by Netherlands Indies (Indonesia)<br />

in 1938. FIP now enjoyed a membership of 22.<br />

One of the first actions of the new body was to<br />

establish Regulations for the Exhibits entered<br />

into international <strong>Exhibition</strong>s recognised by the<br />

new International Federation of Philately. These<br />

have been a revised and amended from time to<br />

time.<br />

The FIP Congress held every two years is the<br />

Supreme Governing body. The Board is now<br />

comprised of 7 Directors, and no Country may<br />

have more have one Director. This year the FIP<br />

will hold its 76th Congress in Jakarta, Indonesia.<br />

By opening date of <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong> there will be 92<br />

members of FIP.<br />

The aims of F.I.P. are:<br />

• to promote stamp collecting and philately<br />

• to maintain friendly relations and friendship<br />

among all peoples.<br />

• to establish and maintain close relations<br />

with the philatelic trade and postal administrations.<br />

• to define at the highest level the characteristics<br />

of consistency and quality for<br />

international philatelic exhibitions and<br />

competitions.<br />

• to promote philatelic exhibitions by granting<br />

Patronage and Recognition<br />

The hobby of Stamp Collecting has occupied for<br />

over a century maintained the first place among<br />

all hobbies and it earned the distinction of being<br />

nicknamed “The King of the Hobbies and the<br />

Hobby of Kings”. Whilst Kings and Kingdoms are<br />

mostly an historical event, stamp collecting has<br />

maintained its special attraction, and philately is<br />

alive and well!.<br />

Stamp shows and Philatelic <strong>Exhibition</strong>s are the<br />

best platform to promote philately and were introduced<br />

two centuries ago as “Salons of Stamps”<br />

and have grown to exhibitions with an area of<br />

more than 100’000 m 2 . At the beginning these<br />

shows were organised and financed by local<br />

stamp collector’s clubs for their immediate public<br />

and developed to World affairs as joint ventures<br />

between the host country’s Postal Administration,<br />

National Philatelic Federation and members<br />

of the Stamp Trade.<br />

Seminars for beginners and senior collectors<br />

as well as for philatelic jurors (national and international)<br />

are being organised at all the above<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong>s under the supervision of the different<br />

FIP Commissions. Many of these are now being<br />

made available on the Internet.<br />

In the third millennium, F.I.P. launched new type<br />

of philatelic competitions:<br />

Starting in 2004 – The WORLD STAMP<br />

CHAMPIONSHIP (the Olympiad of stamp<br />

collectors) in Singapore. The second one<br />

took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, in 2008, the third<br />

one in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2012, the fourth<br />

in Taipei, Chinese Taipei, in 2016. The fifth in<br />

Jerusalem, Israel, in 2018.<br />

One Frame, Open Philately and Modern Philately<br />

Exhibits are now well integrated in FIP<br />

exhibitions. Picture Post Cards are now an<br />

accepted entrant.<br />

Virtual Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong>s<br />

This year there are 5 International FIP <strong>Exhibition</strong>s<br />

with FIP Patronage; plus 2 FIP Recognised<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong>s. A world record for the sheer number.<br />

FIP is convinced that postage stamps will always<br />

maintain their status as “little ambassadors” of a<br />

Nation and therefore also stamp collecting and<br />

philately, the study of stamps and their use will<br />

weather any storms that come their way.<br />

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The HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

ORGANIZING COMITTEE<br />

ADRIANO BERGAMINI<br />

Chairman & Sponsoring<br />

FIP Contact<br />

ROLF LEUTHARD<br />

Deputy Chairman<br />

President of the<br />

Federation of Swiss<br />

Philatelic Societies<br />

JÜRG ROTH<br />

<strong>Catalogue</strong> & Advertising<br />

JEAN VORUZ<br />

Secretary<br />

JEAN-MARC SEYDOUX<br />

Commissioner General<br />

GIAN FRANCO BELLINI<br />

Deputy Commissioner<br />

General & Swiss National<br />

Commissioner<br />

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PIERRE SCHULTHESS<br />

Finance<br />

KURT KIMMEL<br />

Member<br />

DAMIAN LÄGE<br />

Member<br />

HELMUTH AVI<br />

Booth Sales & Liaison<br />

ROBERTO LEBER<br />

Philamovie Contest<br />

BERNARD JIMENEZ<br />

FIP Consultant<br />

YVAN DE CARLI<br />

Logistics<br />

LORENZO LEGGERI<br />

Deputy Secretary &<br />

Reception<br />

FRANÇOIS BERNATH<br />

Legal Affairs<br />

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Commissioner General<br />

Jean-Marc Seydoux<br />

Switzerland<br />

Email: commissioner@helvetia<strong>2022</strong>.ch<br />

National Commissioners<br />

Daniel Hugo Mello Teggia<br />

Argentina<br />

Suren Simonyan<br />

Armenia<br />

Geoffrey Kellow<br />

Australia<br />

Horst Horin<br />

Austria<br />

Layla Abdulla Mahdi<br />

Dohrab, Bahrain<br />

Mohammed Monirul Islam<br />

Bangladesh<br />

Koenraad Bracke<br />

Belgium<br />

Ygor Pradella Chrispin<br />

Brazil<br />

Orlin Todorov<br />

Bulgaria<br />

Christian Mouat<br />

Chile<br />

Santiago Cruz<br />

Colombia<br />

Alfonso Molina<br />

Costa Rica<br />

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Julije Maras<br />

Croatia<br />

Vít Vaníček<br />

Czech Republic<br />

Per Friis Mortensen<br />

Denmark<br />

Salam Hany<br />

Egypt<br />

Dr. Seija-Riitta Laakso<br />

Finland<br />

Jean-Pierre Gabillard<br />

France<br />

Günther Korn<br />

Germany<br />

Costas Chazapis<br />

Greece<br />

Sergio Bendeck<br />

Honduras<br />

István Glatz<br />

Hungary<br />

Anil Suri<br />

India<br />

Sukirman Mahpudi<br />

Indonesia<br />

Nader Saad<br />

Iraq<br />

Menachem Lador<br />

Israel<br />

Claudio Ernesto Manzati<br />

Italy<br />

Takashi Yoshida<br />

Japan<br />

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Yong Sang Yoo<br />

Korea (Rep. of)<br />

Jan Huys<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

Guy Jungblut<br />

Luxembourg<br />

Huo Jhuixiao<br />

Macau<br />

Jean Voruz<br />

Monaco<br />

Hans Wilderbeek<br />

Netherlands<br />

Muhammad R. Kodwavwala<br />

Pakistan<br />

Krzysztof Piwko<br />

Poland<br />

Raul Leitão<br />

Portugal<br />

Hussain R. Al-Ismail<br />

Qatar<br />

Romeo Minca<br />

Romania<br />

Sharyln Neo<br />

Singapore<br />

Igor Pirc<br />

Slovenia<br />

José Pedro Gómez-<br />

Agüero Jiménez<br />

Spain<br />

Fredrik Ydell<br />

Sweden<br />

Gianfranco Bellini<br />

Switzerland<br />

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Phairot Jiraprasertkun<br />

Thailand<br />

Atadan Tunaci<br />

Turkey<br />

Dmitry Frenkel<br />

Ukraine<br />

Ali Abdulrahman Ahmad<br />

United Arab Emirates<br />

Chris King<br />

United Kingdom<br />

Mark Banchik<br />

United States of<br />

America<br />

Walter Britz<br />

Uruguay<br />

Knut Heister<br />

Venezuela<br />

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The HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> Jury<br />

Honorary President<br />

President<br />

Secretary to the Jury<br />

Bernard Beston<br />

(AUS)<br />

Kurt Kimmel<br />

(CH)<br />

Damian Läge<br />

(CH)<br />

Vice Presidents<br />

Peter McCann<br />

(USA)<br />

Senior Consultant<br />

Ajeet Raj Singhee<br />

(IND)<br />

Asst. Jury Secretary<br />

Turhan Turgut<br />

(TUR)<br />

Bernard Jimenez<br />

(FRA)<br />

Kelly Ong<br />

(SIN)<br />

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Jury<br />

Boncho Bonev<br />

(BUL)<br />

Prakob Chirakiti<br />

(THA)<br />

Dénes Czirók<br />

(HUN)<br />

Erik Hamberg<br />

(SWE)<br />

Bedrich Helm<br />

(CZE)<br />

Gerald Heschl<br />

(AUT)<br />

Muhammed Javaid<br />

(UAE)<br />

Seong Kwon Kim<br />

(KOR)<br />

Eddie Leibu<br />

(ISR)<br />

Joachim Maas<br />

(GER)<br />

Reinaldo Macedo<br />

(BRA)<br />

Jean-Pierre Magne<br />

(FRA)<br />

71


Jury<br />

Jari Majander<br />

(FIN)<br />

Giancarlo Morolli<br />

(ITA)<br />

Yigal Nathaniel<br />

(ISR)<br />

José Manuel Rodriguez<br />

(SPA)<br />

Jürg Roth<br />

(CH)<br />

Aldo Samamé y Samamé<br />

(PER)<br />

Everaldo Santos<br />

(BRA)<br />

Emanoil Savoiu<br />

(ROM)<br />

Peter Suhadolc<br />

(SLO)<br />

Chee Hui Tan<br />

(MYS)<br />

Raymond Todd<br />

(AUS)<br />

Ross Towle<br />

(USA)<br />

72


Filip van der Hagen<br />

(BEL)<br />

Charles Verge<br />

(CAN)<br />

Jean Voruz<br />

(CH)<br />

Eliahu Weber<br />

(ISR)<br />

Experts<br />

Robert Wightman<br />

(CH)<br />

Jean-François Brun<br />

(FRA)<br />

Richard Gratton<br />

(CAN)<br />

Till Neumann<br />

(GER)<br />

Jury Apprentices<br />

Fabien Barnier<br />

(FRA)<br />

Sébastien Matry<br />

(FRA)<br />

Angelo Teruzzi<br />

(ITA)<br />

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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – AWARDS<br />

World Stamp Champion Grand Prix International Grand Prix National<br />

Crystal vase made by Lalique<br />

Donated by Corinphila Auctions<br />

Crystal vase made by Lalique<br />

Donated by F.I.P. Fédération<br />

Internationale de Philatélie<br />

Crystal vase made by Lalique<br />

Donated by Swiss Federation of<br />

Philatelic Societies<br />

First Runner Up World Stamp Champion<br />

Second Runner Up World Stamp Champion<br />

Medal ‘’Victory’’ inserted in a wooden base<br />

Donated by www.tillard-spm-philatelie.fr<br />

Medal ‘’Victory’’ inserted in a wooden base<br />

Donated by www.tillard-spm-philatelie.fr<br />

74


HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – SPECIAL PRICES<br />

Armenian Philatelic Association<br />

Handmade wooden Armenian Khachkar<br />

Association of Singapore Philatelist<br />

Singapore Landmarks<br />

Bund Deutscher Philatelisten BDPh<br />

SAFE Microscope<br />

Bulgarian Philatelic Academy<br />

Bronze statue<br />

Danish Philatelic Federation<br />

Georg Jensen Bowl in mirror-<br />

finished stainless steel<br />

Emirates Philatelic Association<br />

Falcon in a velvet box<br />

Federation of Italian Philatelic Societies<br />

Society Special award for <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

Hellenic Philatelic Society<br />

Book on the “1906 Olympics”<br />

Israel Philatelic Federation<br />

Statue of a harpist<br />

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Dr. Jan Huys-Berlingin (LIE)<br />

Book "Destination Etrangères<br />

au départ de la Belgique durant<br />

le règne de Leopold"<br />

Dr. Jan Huys-Berlingin (LIE)<br />

Book “Fürstentum Liechtenstein –<br />

Die schönsten Bilder<br />

und Briefmarken»<br />

Philatelic Federation of Korea<br />

«Mother-of-Pearl» Jewelry Box<br />

Clube Philatélica de Macau<br />

Ceramic plate<br />

Jean Voruz, Monaco<br />

Book "Oblitérations Suisses<br />

1843-1854"<br />

Bernard Beston,<br />

Original Aboriginal Oil Painting<br />

Philatelic Federation of Japan<br />

Japanese hand fan with motifs<br />

Philatelic Federation of Spain<br />

Porcelain figure on bench<br />

Polish Philatelic Association<br />

Relief silver plated figure<br />

of F. Chopin<br />

76


Portuguese Philatelic Federation<br />

Sextant for navigation<br />

Royal Philatelic Society London<br />

The RPSL London <strong>Exhibition</strong><br />

Medal<br />

Slovenian Philatelic Association<br />

Painted beehive pane<br />

Swedish Philatelic Association<br />

Wine decanter bottle<br />

Turkish Academy of Philately<br />

Ceramic plate<br />

Turkish Philatelic Federation<br />

Ceramic bowl<br />

Federaciòn Uruguaya de Filatelia (F.U.F.)<br />

Painted artistic box by the workshop of<br />

Joaquin Torres Garcia<br />

American Philatelic Society<br />

“The Bronco Buster»<br />

by Frederic Remington<br />

Verband Österr. Philatelistenvereine<br />

Book «100 Jahre VÖPh» mit Mappe<br />

Belege Jubiläumssammlung<br />

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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> – AWARD MEDALS<br />

The award medal design depicts the Official Logo of the <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong> World Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong>.<br />

Limited edition of Honor-Medals, mounted on marble<br />

with a plaque for the name of the person honored<br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong> plaque with engraved name<br />

(without woodbase)<br />

Each exhibitor and commissioner will receive a specially<br />

engraved Swiss Army knife as a gift.<br />

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THE FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB<br />

Introduction<br />

In every FIP World Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong>, three Grand Prix Winners bill be born, namely,<br />

Grand Prix National (GPN) is for the best exhibit in the National Class.<br />

Grand Prix International (GPI) is for the best exhibit in the other Classes.<br />

Grand Prix d’Honneur (GPH or Champion of the Champions) is for exhibit having earned three<br />

Large Gold medals in three separate years to compete in the FIP Championship Class.<br />

In addition:<br />

Grand Prix d’Exposition – the best exhibit awarded at a FIP Specialized World Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong>.<br />

World Stamp Champion – the best exhibit in the World Stamp Championship Class in a World Stamp<br />

Championship <strong>Exhibition</strong> (WSC) such as Singapore 2004, Israel 2008, Indonesia 2012, Chinese Taipei<br />

2016 and <strong>Helvetia</strong> <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

FIP Grand Prix Club<br />

FIP Grand Prix Club (GPC) was formed in May 1979. It is a great honour for an exhibitor to be awarded<br />

a Grand Prix in his/her lifetime and to be a member of the FIP Grand Prix Club then.<br />

As long as you are the winner of a GP, you are automatically invited to become a member of the GPC.<br />

It was agreed in 2011 that all GPC members are invited to show one philatelic item from their GP Collections<br />

or from their other treasure boxes whenever there is a FIP Stamp <strong>Exhibition</strong>.<br />

The Presidents<br />

1979-1982 Miroslav A. Bojanowicz RDP<br />

1982-1986 Gary S Ryan RDP<br />

1996-1989 John H Levett RDP<br />

1994-1996 Rolf-Dieter Jaretzky RDP<br />

1996-2000 Capt Robert P Odenweller RDP<br />

2000-2011 David J Springbett RDP<br />

1989-1992 Dott Prof Saverio Imperato<br />

1992-1994 Christian C Sundmann RDP<br />

2011-present<br />

Tay Peng Hian RDP<br />

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COURT OF HONOUR<br />

FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Name Country Title of Exhibit Past FIP Grand Prix<br />

Awards Achieved<br />

CH01<br />

Reim,<br />

Pablo Alejandro<br />

Argentina Don Pedro Issues 1866-1878<br />

Brazil<br />

GPN BRASILIA 2017<br />

CH02<br />

Castro-Harrigan,<br />

Alvaro<br />

Costa Rica<br />

Costa Rica: The Major Varieties<br />

of the 1907 Official Issue<br />

GPH NEW YORK 2016<br />

CH03 Vanicek, Vit Czech<br />

Republic<br />

Postal History of Czech Lands<br />

- From Beginning until 1867<br />

GPN PRAGA 2018<br />

CH04 Wittsten, Peter Denmark Coat of Arms I -<br />

Skilling Banco - 1855-58<br />

GPH THAILAND 2018<br />

CH05 Nathaniel, Yigal Israel Japan: The Boinville Cover GPH PHILAKOREA 2002<br />

CH06 Hian, Tay Peng Singapore Netherlands East Indies:<br />

Mixed Issues Frankings<br />

CH07 Tan, Richard Singapore Straits Settlements Stamps<br />

Used In Borneo<br />

CH08 Voruz, Jean Switzerland Via Switzerland to bypass<br />

the Italian War Zones<br />

CH09 Kimmel, Kurt Switzerland Ceylon: the 3/3 cover<br />

to Scotland<br />

GPH CHINA 2009<br />

GPI PHILAKOREA 2002<br />

GPI THAILAND 2018<br />

GPI PHILAKOREA 2014<br />

GPI ISRAEL 2018<br />

CH10<br />

Gongvatana,<br />

Surajit<br />

Thailand<br />

Siam: First Issue<br />

used on Cover<br />

WSC SINGAPORE 2004<br />

GPH PACIFIC 1997<br />

GPI PHILAKOREA 1994<br />

GPN BANGKOK 1993<br />

CH11<br />

Chirakiti,<br />

Prakob<br />

Thailand<br />

Siam: The Tical Surcharge<br />

used on Cover<br />

WSC PHILATAIPEI 2016<br />

GPH PHILAKOREA 2014<br />

GPI ST PETERSBURG 2007<br />

GPN BANGKOK 2003<br />

CH12<br />

Karnasuta,<br />

Charnchai<br />

Thailand<br />

The Earliest Known<br />

Newspaper Wrapper<br />

Mailed from Siam<br />

GPI CHINA 2009<br />

CH13 Britz, Water Uruguay Uruguay: Ship‘s Register<br />

Cover<br />

GPI BRASILIANA 2013<br />

GPI BRASILIA 2017<br />

* Abbreviations: GPN = Grand Prix National / GPI = Grand Prix International / GPH = Grand Prix d‘Honneur / WSC = World Stamp Champion<br />

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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Brazil<br />

Don Pedro Issues 1866 – 1878<br />

ABN Co. – 1877 – Barba Branca 50 Reis, Blue<br />

Block of 40 unused. The largest unused block known.<br />

In 1865 the Imperial authorities decided to print new stamps, with the Emperors portrait due to the new<br />

postal rates to replace the domestically printed “numeral” stamps. This issue was printed by the American<br />

Bank Company in the United States of America in sheets of 100 stamps. This is the third issue of<br />

Don Pedro, (the first called “Barba Preta” in 1866, the second in 1876 but perce), this issue in 1877 is<br />

called “Barba Branca”.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Pablo Alejandro Reim Grand Prix National – BRASILIA 2017<br />

Argentina<br />

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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Costa Rica<br />

The major varieties of the 1907 Official Issue<br />

This issue was overprinted by Waterlow Brothers & Layton on 1907 issue stamps with a plate of 100,<br />

in black. All in perforation 14. Below, there are the major varieties of this issue. All of them are unique.<br />

2c “Official”<br />

center inverted<br />

4c “Official”<br />

double overprint<br />

4c “Official”<br />

double overprint<br />

with broken “F” variety<br />

4c “Official”<br />

double printing of Vignette<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Alvaro Castro-Harrigan Grand Prix d’Honneur – NEW YORK 2016<br />

Costa Rica<br />

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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Czech Lands Postal History<br />

From Beginning Until 1867<br />

Certificated, the only letter as such<br />

Registered letter sent from Rokitzan via Prague<br />

to Vienna multiple franked with 10 x 9 kr.<br />

Straightline cancellation “ROKITZAN 27 Nov.”<br />

(Vot. A.5-h) and postmark “Recommandiert”.<br />

Rate: 90 kr for the letter up to 10 loth sent<br />

over 20 miles. Registration fee 6 kr and arrival<br />

and transit postmarks on the reverse.<br />

Distance: Weight: Rate:<br />

Over 20 postal miles Up to 1 Loth 9 kr<br />

Over 20 postal miles Up to 10 Loth 90 kr<br />

Registration fee<br />

6 kr<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Vít Vaníček Grand Prix National – PRAGA 2018<br />

Czech Republic<br />

83


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Sweden<br />

1. Coat of Arms I – Skilling Banco – 1855-58<br />

3 Skilling Banco – Shade b and c, and quantities issued:<br />

Shade a – light bluish green: 40,000<br />

Estimated surviving stamps: 70-80 unused; 1,360 used<br />

Shade b – bluish green: 40,000<br />

Shade c – blue-green: 10,000 Estimated surviving stamps: 70-80 unused; 20 used<br />

Shade b - bluish green<br />

STOCKHOLM 11.11.185x (E)<br />

Shade c -<br />

blue-green (*) (E)<br />

Shade b - bluish green<br />

CARLSCRONA 18.4.1858 (E)<br />

Shade b on cover to Germany – single postage rate (21 sk bco)<br />

Shade b – bluish green with 4 sk. b:co<br />

(shade e), 6 sk. b:co (shade c) and 8 sk.<br />

b:co (shade g) on coverfront to Berlin,<br />

Germany, cancelled CARLSCRONA<br />

4.12.1857. 21 skill. b:co - correct postage<br />

rate 1.7.1855 – 30.6.1858 to places<br />

in Germany not more than 210 km from<br />

Stettin, Stralsund or Hamburg. The Swedish<br />

part of the share was 15 sk. b:co<br />

(sea postage incl.). One of three recorded<br />

coverfronts to Germany with this<br />

combination and one of four four-colour<br />

covers with a 3 skill. b:co. (E)<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Peter Wittsten Grand Prix d'Honneur – THAILAND 2018<br />

Denmark<br />

84


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Japan<br />

1873 Cherry Blossom Issue on Native Paper<br />

France – Japanese combination cover<br />

Japan 1873 “Overseas Mail Procedure”<br />

(kaigaitezoku) cover “Double letter<br />

envelope” sent from Tokyo to England.<br />

No outer envelope or additional Japanese<br />

domestic postage was necessary if<br />

posted from Tokyo or Yokohama.<br />

Postal rates: Japanese foreign postage<br />

”Overseas Mail procedure”: letter to<br />

England 24 sen per 4 momme (15g), tariff<br />

period 1873.4.1 to 1873.12.31 French p.<br />

o. foreign postage: letter prepaid 1.20<br />

Fr. per 10g, tariff period 1871.8.1 to<br />

1875.12.31. Japanese marking: Tokyo<br />

double circle type NIBI Meiji 6.5.27<br />

(May 27,1873). Paper slip part with part<br />

writing “Application for (sc.Overseas<br />

Mail Procedure). French marking: “5118”<br />

and “Yokohama Bau Français 3 Juin<br />

73”, transits of French mail steamers<br />

“Menzaleh” (from Yokohama”, and “Pei-<br />

Ho” (from Hong Kong). English arrival<br />

marking “St.Albans June 24 73”.<br />

The earlier of two recorded entires of the 1872/75 foreign mail “double envelope system”.<br />

The earliest known overseas mail cover with Japanese stamps paying foreign postage.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Yigal Nathaniel Grand Prix d´Honneur – PHILAKOREA 2002<br />

Israel<br />

85


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Netherlands East Indies<br />

Mixed Issues Frankings<br />

Second Issue (1868) used with Third Issue (1870)<br />

Type I: “M” wide<br />

letters are well spaced<br />

Type II: “M” slim & tall<br />

letters are closed to each other<br />

Mixed issues franking to Amsterdam<br />

60 cents overseas by landmail rate from Samarang to Amsterdam (October 2, 1870)<br />

Samarang Halfround Franco datestamps Type I<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Tay Peng Hian Grand Prix d´Honneur – CHINA 2009<br />

Singapore Grand Prix International – PHILAKOREA 2002<br />

86


COURT OF HONOUR<br />

FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Straits Settlements Stamps Used in Borneo<br />

Straights Settlements 1882 "EIGHT CENTS" and North Borneo 1886 "2 CENTS"<br />

7 July 1889 North Borneo via Singapore to Colombo, Ceylon<br />

Straits Settlements stamps were sold and used in North Borneo before she joined UPU on the first day of<br />

1891. This combination cover consists of North Borneo 2 CENTS cancelled by "Vertical of Bars” paying<br />

for postage to Singapore. Straits Settlements EIGHT CENTS stamp was required to pay for the rest of<br />

the journey to Colombo and this was cancelled in Singapore by an undated double ring "SINGAPORE<br />

P.O." datestamp. Combination covers bearing North Borneo and Straits Settlements are rare.<br />

Probably the ONLY KNOWN mixed franking cover from<br />

North Borneo to Colombo, Ceylon<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Richard Tan Eng Chuan Grand Prix International – THAILAND 2018<br />

Singapore<br />

87


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Switzerland<br />

Via Switzerland to Bypass the Italian War Zones<br />

6 May 1859 - Letter from the Lombardy war zones to a Sardinian cavalry soldier in<br />

Saluzzo, Piedmont. The letter was privately forwarded to Chiasso, the nearest Swiss<br />

town at the border, where it was posted and specified via di Ginevra (via Geneva). Double<br />

weight franking 80c, the left stamp being folded over the edge.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Jean Voruz Grand Prix International – PHILAKOREA 2014<br />

Switzerland<br />

88


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Ceylon<br />

The Only Two Shillings of the Perkins Bacon Printings on Cover<br />

Only 1440 of the TWO SHILLINGS printed by Perkings Bacon in February 1859 were perforated between<br />

November 17, 1860 and January 26, 1861, when the perforating machine was in the intermediate<br />

to clean cut state. Until 1980 not one cover was known with a TWO SHILLINGS of any Ceylon issue.<br />

Since I discovered this letter in 1987 in London no other TWO SHILLINGS of any Perkins Bacon Printing<br />

neither imperforate nor perforated has been found. Furthermore this is the only known four colour<br />

franking of the Perkins Bacon printings of Ceylon paying the unusual rate of three shillings and three<br />

pence being the via Marseilles rate to the UK for 1 – 1 ¼ oz (2/- British and 5x 3d French rate).<br />

This letter was dispatched in Colombo on July 1st 1863 (red handstamp PAID on the back) and sent<br />

from Galle only on July 12th by P&O packet steamer “Mooltan” sailing delayed by repair works to Suez<br />

arriving July 28th and then from Alexandria by P&O packet steamer “Vectis” to Marseilles arriving August<br />

4th and reaching the destination in Scottland on August 7th 1863.<br />

The only known Four-colour franking of The Perkings Bacon printings of Ceylon<br />

and the only recorded 2/- wmk Star on cover. Illustrated “Monaco 2002”, page 102<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Kurt Kimmel RDP Grand Prix International – ISRAEL 2018<br />

Switzerland<br />

89


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Siam<br />

First Issue – The Only Recorded Example<br />

5 April 1886. Registered cover from Bangkok to Louisville, Kentucky, USA,<br />

via Hong Kong then redirected to St. Louis, Missouri, franked with 2 pairs<br />

of Salung for double registered rate, tied by Bangkok/P/Paid 5 April 1886,<br />

red oval Louisville registered 10 June 1886, with Hong Kong transit date<br />

stamp 14 April 1886, San Francisco registered transit date stamp 9 May<br />

1886 and St. Louis arrival date stamp 17 June 1886.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Surajit Gongvatana World Stamp Champion – SINGAPORE 2004<br />

Thailand Grand Prix d´Honneur – PACIFIC 1997<br />

Grand Prix International – PHILAKOREA 1994<br />

Grand Prix National – BANGKOK 1993<br />

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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Siam<br />

The First Issue – The Tical Surcharges of 1885 on Cover<br />

1886 COVER FROM BANGKOK TO ST. GALLEN, SWITZERLAND<br />

The cover franked with a single 1 Tical surcharge of 1885 (Type 2, Plate 1), tied by Bangkok P<br />

Paid C.D.S. dated 22 November 1886 with violet “Les Succ de Malherbe, Jullien & Cie Jucker,<br />

Sigg & Co. Bangkok, Siam” forwarder handstamp, ambulant Transit C.D.S. and St. Gallen<br />

arrival C.D.S. dated 25 December 1886 on the back.<br />

THE ONLY RECORDED SAMPLE WITH PLATE 1 TICAL SURCHARE ON COVER<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Prakob Chirakiti World Stamp Champion – PHILATEIPEI 2016<br />

Thailand Grand Prix d´Honneur – PHILAKOREA 2014<br />

91


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Siam<br />

The earliest known Newspaper Wrapper mailed from Siam<br />

1885 Newspaper Wrapper from Bangkok to USA, showing rate usage of the Hong Kong stamp in Siam,<br />

cancelled by the British Consulate Bangkok c.d.s. dated 10 January 1885.<br />

Hong Kong stamps were accepted and used on letters sent from the British Consulate Post Office in<br />

Bangkok on the Eastern route going through the Hong Kong Office and on to China, Japan and America.<br />

No records of formal postal arrangements between the Consulate and Hong Kong post office exist.<br />

It is assumed, that the mails were tolerated by Hong Kong postal authorities.<br />

Hong Kong stamps were accepted in Bangkok until 30 June 1885.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Charnchai Karnasuta Grand Prix International – CHINA 2009<br />

Thailand<br />

92


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FIP GRAND PRIX CLUB DISPLAY<br />

Uruguay<br />

Ship's register cover<br />

Ship`s register cover from the “Saetia Española N.S. de la Misericordia”, dated<br />

in Montevideo May 19th, 1779, and shows the “MONT.V.º” mark type 1<br />

without frame in black. Signed by the maritime postmaster of Montevideo,<br />

with the date of dispatch at base. Most of these covers before 1784 have no<br />

indication of tariff.<br />

Earliest Uruguayan mail known with a postmark.<br />

Unique ship´s register cover known from the present territory of Uruguay.<br />

Earliest ship´s register cover recorded from South America.<br />

Exhibitor<br />

Year of FIP Grand Prix Award<br />

Walter Britz Grand Prix International – BRASILIANA 2013<br />

Uruguay Grand Prix International – BRASILIA 2017<br />

93


WORLD STAMP CHAMPIONSHIP<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

Switzerland<br />

One of the five known stripes of 4 Poste Locale 2½ Rappen<br />

on letters to foreign countries<br />

5.12.1850. Single weight letter from Locarno to Livorno (Grand Duchy of Tuscany). It was franked<br />

with stripe of 4 Poste Locale 2 ½ Rappen, paying only the internal Swiss rate to the border with<br />

Lombardy. The addresse had to pay 10 Crazie.<br />

Exhibitor: Adriano Bergamini, Switzerland<br />

Exhibit: Postal relations between Ticino and foreign countries before UPU<br />

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INVITED EXHIBITS<br />

PATRONS, SPONSORS & BENEFACTORS<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Name Country Number of<br />

Frames<br />

Title of Exhibit<br />

01 Lugano Schools<br />

Contest<br />

Switzerland 6 Stamp designs from local schoolchildren<br />

02 CORONADO Switzerland 1 Historical documents of Canton<br />

Ticino<br />

03 Jvo Bader Switzerland 1 Swiss Postal Agencies in Italy and<br />

France<br />

04 Adriano Bergamini Switzerland 1 8th June 1913: Flight Lugano–<br />

Mendrisio by Attilio Maffei<br />

05 Circolo Filatelico<br />

Bellinzona<br />

06 Vini Valsangiamo<br />

dal 1831<br />

Switzerland 1 Mail carried by Rocket – European<br />

Day Bellinzona 5 November 1961<br />

Switzerland 1 Wine Labels and Stamps –<br />

both track emotions<br />

07 Honegger Philatelie Switzerland 1 55 Years of Swiss Classic Philately<br />

08 Selection from<br />

various collectors<br />

Switzerland 5 Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> Stamps –<br />

A Variety of uses on the basis<br />

of a selection of covers<br />

09 Roberto Lopez Switzerland 5 UPU – 25th anniversary<br />

10 Richard Schäfer Switzerland 10 Cantonal stamps of Switzerland –<br />

Genuine – False – Falsified<br />

11 Juerg Roth* Switzerland 8 The postal history of the Wynental,<br />

Switzerland, 1813–1908<br />

12 Jean Voruz* Switzerland 8 Geneva from the Cantonal to<br />

Federal Post 1839–1862<br />

13 Jean Voruz* Switzerland 8 Swiss Postal Service Development<br />

1862–1900<br />

* with display page in exhibtion catalogue<br />

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INVITED EXHIBITS<br />

PATRONS, SPONSORS & BENEFACTORS<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Name Country Number of<br />

Frames<br />

Title of Exhibit<br />

14 Yoshida Takashi Japan 1 Early Mails from Switzerland to<br />

Japan<br />

15 Alfred Bachmann Switzerland 1 Reminiscences of Winterthur<br />

16 Pierre Kottelat Switzerland 1 Hotel Posts of Switzerland – A consise<br />

overview<br />

17 Helmut Avi Switzerland 1 The Post mail reaches everyone<br />

18 Edgar Wyttenbach Switzerland 1 Business correspondence from the<br />

Swiss Oberaargau, ca. 1850–1950<br />

19 Rolf Leuthard Switzerland 1 Above all, Postal History<br />

20 Martin Gasser Switzerland 1 The Philatelist, researcher and author<br />

Martin Gasser<br />

21 Prestige Philately<br />

Club<br />

Czech Rep. 11 A selection of Rarities of members of<br />

the Club<br />

22 Paolo Bianchi Monaco 8 Lettres Grande Armée<br />

23 Paolo Bianchi Monaco 1 The use of the French Aigle stamps<br />

in Assinie and Gabon<br />

24 Rafael Nagapetiants Armenia 1 Armenia 1836-1923<br />

25 Pradip Jain FRPSL<br />

& Pragya Kothari<br />

Jain FRPSL<br />

India 1 ESSAYS / Colour Trials of India<br />

1948 Mahatma Gandhi issue printed<br />

by Helios COURVOISIER S.A.<br />

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INVITED EXHIBITS DISPLAY<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

Switzerland<br />

Franking with “Ortspost” block of four,<br />

cancelled with red Aargau rhombus of Kulm<br />

One of only three known frankings with “Ortspost” blocks recorded to date<br />

23.03.1851. Kulm - Dürrenäsch. Explanation of rate: 5 Rp for a single weight letter for a distance up to 10<br />

hours plus 5 Rp C.O.D. fee. The C.O.D. amount of 11.5 Batzen (Bz) was converted into 46 Kreuzer by the<br />

postal official. (1 Bz = 10 Rp, 11.5 Bz = 115 Rp : 2.5 (1 Kreuzer) = 46 Kreuzer). This is still visible at the right<br />

as a trace in red crayon. - Rare item.<br />

Exhibitor: Juerg Roth, Switzerland<br />

Exhibit: Postal history of the Wynental 1813-1908<br />

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INVITED EXHIBITS DISPLAY<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

Geneva – Switzerland<br />

The birth of the Swiss Franc in Geneva was one of the most amazing processes in European postal<br />

history. The subject has been studied by several philatelists for the last hundred years but remains understood<br />

only with some difficulty.<br />

Until 1849 Switzerland was a very fragmented country. 22 cantons had a total sovereignty, 17 independent<br />

postal services worked separately, and more than 450 currencies were used throughout the<br />

country. The common unit of currency used by cantons for mail exchange was the Kreuzer. But the<br />

latter did not exist as change for the population.<br />

The new federal state decided postal and monetary unification. The standard was to be the Franc of<br />

France which had already been used in Geneva since 1831.<br />

Starting status (1849) Goal to reach (1852)<br />

100 Rappen = 1 Swiss £ = 1.43 Franc of Geneva<br />

(2 Kreuzer = 5 Rappen)<br />

100 Rappen = 1 former Franc of Geneva<br />

= 1 new Swiss Franc<br />

From 1 Oct. 1849, Genevan rates were adjusted as close as possible to the first federal tariff<br />

1st Oct. 1849 – 1st day of transitional system. Local letter franked<br />

with a 5c stamp (sold 4c) and 3c charged postage due, total 7c.<br />

Exhibitor: Jean Voruz, Switzerland<br />

Exhibit: Geneva from the Cantonal Post to the Swiss Federal Post 1839-1862<br />

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INVITED EXHIBITS DISPLAY<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

Switzerland – France<br />

“Boule de Moulins” transportation for letter from Switzerland<br />

Geneva was the cradle of the Red Cross and played a prominent role in the Franco-Prussian conflict<br />

This letter to besieged Paris bears Swiss postage at the normal rate for France,<br />

plus French postage to cover transport in a Boule de Moulins.<br />

Exhibitor: Jean Voruz, Switzerland<br />

Exhibit: Swiss Postal Service Development 1862-1900<br />

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INDIVIDUAL REGULATIONS (IREX)<br />

Article 1<br />

PURPOSE OF EXHIBITION<br />

1.1 HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> is a specialized World Stamp Championship exhibition with the FIP patronage and<br />

the FEPA recognition, held on the occasion of the 160 th anniversary of the Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong>, the first perforate<br />

Swiss stamp and the first to bear the appellation HELVETIA still used nowadays.<br />

The objective of the exhibition is to promote philately, to develop mutual relations and philatelic culture,<br />

to maintain cooperation amongst philatelists throughout the world, to present creativity and innovation<br />

when treating exhibits.<br />

Article 2<br />

ORGANIZATION, DATE AND VENUE<br />

2.1 HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> is organized by the Swiss Federation of Philatelic Societies in cooperation with the<br />

Philatelic Society of Lugano.<br />

2.2 The exhibition will open on 18 May <strong>2022</strong> and close on 22 May <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

2.3 The exhibition will be held at the Padiglione Conza in Lugano, Switzerland. Approximately 2,000<br />

exhibition frames will be available.<br />

Article 3<br />

PATRONAGE, RECOGNITION AND APPLICABLE REGULATIONS<br />

3.1 HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> is a specialized World Stamp Championship exhibition with the official patronage<br />

of the Fédération Internationale de Philatélie (FIP) provisionally granted by the 130th Board Conference<br />

that was held on 2 April 2020.<br />

HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> will also be held with the FEPA recognition granted by the FEPA Board Conference<br />

that was held on 2 May 2020.<br />

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The AIJP (Association internationale des journalistes philatéliques) and the AEP (European Academy<br />

of Philately) also granted patronage to HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

3.2 The following regulations shall be applicable to HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong>:<br />

• The General Regulations of the FIP for <strong>Exhibition</strong>s (GREX),<br />

• The General Regulations of the FIP for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at FIP <strong>Exhibition</strong>s<br />

(GREV),<br />

• The Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at FIP <strong>Exhibition</strong>s (SREVs),<br />

• The Individual Regulations of HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> (IREX) (Article 3.10 of GREX).<br />

• Where IREX deviates from GREX, GREV or SREV’s, IREX shall apply.<br />

Article 4<br />

CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION<br />

4.1 Competitive <strong>Exhibition</strong> Classes:<br />

Exhibitors who are members of national federations of the Fédération Internationale de Philatélie (FIP)<br />

are eligible for participation.<br />

4.2 The following exhibits can be accepted: For class 1 - exhibits that have been awarded at least one<br />

large gold medal at exhibitions with FIP patronage or an FIP Grand Prix (Grand Prix National, Grand<br />

Prix d’Honneur or Grand Prix d’Exposition). The ten-year time frame restriction stated in GREX 9.1 or<br />

GREX 9.5 does not apply in this class. For Class 2 to 6 – exhibits that received at least a vermeil award<br />

at a national exhibition. For Class 8 (one frame exhibits) – exhibits that received at least 70 points at a<br />

national exhibition. No qualification is required for the class 7.<br />

4.3 Non-Competitive Classes:<br />

Entries in non-competitive classes (including Court of Honour) shall be by special invitation at the discretion<br />

of the Organizing Committee.<br />

Article 5<br />

EXHIBITION CLASSES<br />

5.1 Non-Competitive Classes:<br />

A/ Court of Honour<br />

B/ Invited Exhibits<br />

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5.2 Competitive Classes:<br />

Class 1. World Stamp Championship<br />

Exhibits entering this class will NOT be awarded Large Gold Awards (hence are NOT counted in any<br />

totals towards FIP Championship Class). A Certificate of participation will be issued.<br />

Class 2. Traditional Philately<br />

A/ Switzerland – National Class<br />

B/ Europe<br />

C/ America<br />

D/ Asia, Oceania and Africa<br />

Class 3. Postal History<br />

A/ Switzerland – National Class<br />

B/ Europe<br />

C/ America<br />

D/ Africa, Asia and Oceania<br />

Class 4. Postal Stationery<br />

Class 5. Aerophilately<br />

Class 6. Thematic Philately<br />

A) Nature<br />

B) Culture<br />

C) Technology<br />

The exhibitor is obliged to identify the exhibit exactly in the application form, in which the sub-class that<br />

the exhibit is entering (A, B or C) shall be designated.<br />

Class 7. Philatelic Literature<br />

A/ Philatelic books and research papers (published after 1st January 2017)<br />

B/ Philatelic magazines and periodicals (published after 1st January 2020)<br />

C/ <strong>Catalogue</strong>s (published after 1st January 2020)<br />

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Exhibitors entering an exhibit in the Philatelic Literature Class are requested to fill in the separate “Philatelic<br />

Literature Exhibit Information Form” in addition to the “Exhibit Application Form”.<br />

Class 8. One Frame Exhibits<br />

Exhibits in this class should be based on a narrow philatelic subject corresponding to the scope of<br />

one exhibition frame. An extract from a past International award winning multiple frame exhibit (5 or 8<br />

frames) is not allowed.<br />

Evaluation shall be performed on the basis of awarded points (60 – 100) and the exhibitor shall receive<br />

only a certificate without a medal. The Certificate of Participation will be given to exhibits attaining less<br />

than 60 points.<br />

Exhibits shall only be evaluated in the classes 2 to 6.<br />

The exhibitor is obliged to identify the exhibit exactly in the application form, in which the Class (2 to<br />

6) and the sub-class (A to D for classes 2 & 3; A to C for class 6) that the exhibit is entering shall be<br />

designated.<br />

Article 6<br />

JUDGING OF EXHIBITS AND AWARDS<br />

6.1 Exhibits in the Competitive Classes will be judged by the appointed and accredited FIP judges in<br />

accordance with the principles laid down in the GREV and SREVs. Any deviation in the judging system<br />

has to have the prior approval of the FIP Board.<br />

Article 7<br />

FRAME SIZE AND ALLOTMENT OF FRAMES<br />

7.1 The exhibition frames at HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> shall be 97 cm x 120 cm. Each frame shall have a capacity<br />

for 16 (four sheets in four rows) album pages, 23 cm x 30 cm each in size (maximum) including their<br />

protective mount. Album pages slightly exceeding the said size shall be accepted if the pages can be<br />

overlapped in the frame, in which case, the Organizing Committee shall not be responsible for any loss<br />

of, or damage to, the pages.<br />

In addition, the other FIP recommended allowable exhibit sheet sizes will be accepted, namely:<br />

- A3 or 46 x 30 cm: 8 sheets (two sheets in four rows)<br />

- 32 x 30 cm: 12 sheets (three sheets in four rows)<br />

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7.2 All exhibits must be mounted on white or light coloured sheets. No exhibit mounted on dark-coloured<br />

or black sheets will be accepted.<br />

7.3 The original copy of Expertizing certificate must be placed at the disposal of the Jury by inserting it<br />

at the back of the page. A small letter © is to be denoted near the relevant item.<br />

7.4 Every exhibit shall be allotted 5 to 8 exhibition frames (with the exception of Classes 7 and 8) in<br />

accordance with Articles 6.3 and 6.4 of GREX.<br />

Five frames shall be allotted to exhibits that obtained at least a vermeil award at the national level.<br />

Eight frames shall be allotted to exhibits that obtained at least a large vermeil award at previous FIP<br />

exhibitions. If for valid reasons such as limited philatelic material available on the market, the exhibit<br />

concerned cannot be expanded to 8 frames, it would then be allowed to show 5, 6 or 7 frames.<br />

Article 8<br />

APPLICATIONS AND ACCEPTANCE<br />

8.1 Exhibitors shall fill in one Exhibit Application Form for each exhibit and submit it through the National<br />

Commissioner of their respective countries, as provided for in Articles 11 and 21 of GREX.<br />

8.2 The Organizing Committee, after consulting the matter with the FIP Consultant, shall have the authority<br />

to accept or reject the application without specifying the reason.<br />

8.3 Electronic Exhibit Application Forms duly filled shall be submitted, together with a copy of the<br />

introductory page, in one of the FIP’s official languages, through the National Commissioners to the<br />

Commissioner General no later than 30 September 2021. A synopsis supporting the exhibit is recommended.<br />

National commissioners shall send the electronic applications to the general commissioner,<br />

together with the Excel spreadsheet duly filled in order to ensure accurate data transcription.<br />

8.4 Exhibitors may enter exhibits under a pseudonym. However, their true identities must be notified to<br />

the Organizing Committee (Article 16 of GREX).<br />

8.5 Notification of acceptance or rejection, together with the number of allotted frames, shall be sent to<br />

the exhibitor through the respective Commissioner no later than 15 November 2021.<br />

8.6 The National Commissioners shall collect the participation fees from the exhibitors and remit them<br />

to the Organizing Committee by 15 January <strong>2022</strong> by transfer to Postfinance, Bern, Switzerland<br />

BIC/SWIFT: POFICHBEXXX International Bank Account No (IBAN): CH69 0900 0000 1538 4682 1<br />

8.7 Entrants may revise the introductory page or synopsis through the national commissioners by 31<br />

January <strong>2022</strong>. Each exhibit shall be listed in the exhibition catalogue as stated in the application form.<br />

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8.8 When the title of the exhibit differs from the original title (irrespective of minor or major changes),<br />

the previous title of the exhibit must be also stated in the Exhibit Application Form. Furthermore,<br />

the exhibit identity number created by FIP must be stated. This ID number can be obtained from the<br />

secretary of the respective Federation. The FIP Secretariat circulates annually a list of Awards and ID<br />

numbers to the National Federations together with the annual membership fees due.<br />

8.9 All data submitted through the exhibit application form shall be kept strictly confidential by the Organizing<br />

Committee and shall not be disclosed to third parties.<br />

Article 9<br />

PARTICIPATION FEE<br />

9.1 There is no fee for Non-Competitive Class entries.<br />

9.2 The participation fee for Competitive Classes (except for Classes 7 and 8) is CHF 80 per frame.<br />

9.3 The participation fee for Philatelic Literature (Class 7) is CHF 100 per exhibit.<br />

9.4 The participation fee for One Frame Exhibit (Class 8) is CHF 100.<br />

Article 10<br />

HANDLING OF EXHIBITS<br />

10.1 In the event an exhibit is delivered late or the carrier fails, or in the event the sheet size does not<br />

comply with the provisions of Article 7.1, the exhibit will not be judged and the participation fee shall not<br />

be refunded.<br />

10.2 Each exhibit sheet shall be placed in a transparent protective cover and numbered in the lower<br />

right hand corner.<br />

10.3 The Organizing Committee shall certify the receipt of the exhibits to the exhibitors through the<br />

National Commissioner.<br />

10.4 The Organizing Committee shall distribute exhibit envelopes and exhibit inventory forms through<br />

the National Commissioner to the exhibitors.<br />

10.5 Each and every exhibit shall be delivered in the official envelope (one envelope per frame). The<br />

exhibit inventory form shall be put in the envelope for the first frame.<br />

10.6 The Organizing Committee requires, without exception, that all exhibits be delivered by the National<br />

Commissioners. Personal delivery of the exhibit by the exhibitor (or by a person authorized by<br />

the exhibitor) shall not be accepted.<br />

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10.7 Exhibitors in the Philatelic Literature Class (Class 7A, 7B and 7C) must send one copy of each title<br />

or volume no later than by 31 January <strong>2022</strong> in order that preliminary judging may take place. None of<br />

these copies are returnable. Periodicals may be exhibited as a complete volume only. The exhibits will<br />

be kept by the Federation of Swiss Philatelic Societies.<br />

Literature sending address: Gianfranco Bellini, Via Ronchetto 12, 6900 Lugano, Switzerland<br />

Article 11<br />

MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING OF EXHIBITS<br />

11.1 The Organizing Committee shall provide in due time mounting and dismounting directions and<br />

conditions.<br />

11.2 The National Commissioner shall pay for the costs of<br />

(a) delivering exhibits to the <strong>Exhibition</strong> site as well as<br />

(b) collecting exhibits at the close of the <strong>Exhibition</strong> from the <strong>Exhibition</strong> site and returning to his<br />

country.<br />

11.3 Dispatching exhibits to the Organizing Committee and returning of exhibits by means of Air Cargo<br />

are not allowed. Any transport by a third provider (secured valuables) shall be settled by contacting in<br />

due time the general commissioner.<br />

11.4 No complaints after the dismounting and return of the exhibit to the exhibitor or Commissioner will<br />

be entertained by the Organizing Committee.<br />

11.5 Requests for return, dismounting etc. of the exhibits during the <strong>Exhibition</strong> period shall not be accepted.<br />

Article 12<br />

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS<br />

12.1 The Organizing Committee shall make all reasonable effort in order to secure simplified customs<br />

procedures for entry of the exhibits to Switzerland through Zurich Airport with the Customs Federal<br />

Administration of Switzerland. Details of the customs procedures and possible requirements shall be<br />

communicated to all exhibitors through the respective National Commissioners.<br />

Article 13<br />

SECURITY MEASURES<br />

13.1 The Organizing Committee shall take all appropriate measures to ensure the security of the exhibits from<br />

arrival to return thereof. However, the Organizing Committee shall not be liable for any loss or damage to an<br />

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Exhibit that might occur during the transportation to and from the exhibition, from receipt to return of the Exhibit<br />

and during the exhibition.<br />

13.2 After the exhibit is mounted by the Organising Committee, the National Commissioner is required to<br />

check that all pages and philatelic items are intact. In the event of any missing items, the National Commissioner<br />

must inform the Organising Committee immediately. A confirmation form shall be signed by the<br />

National Commissioner to be returned to the Organising Committee to confirm that the exhibit is mounted<br />

properly. This procedure is to be executed prior to the Opening day of the exhibition, except where an<br />

Exhibit is received after the Opening day when such report shall be made at the soonest opportunity.<br />

13.3 Every exhibitor has to insure his or her exhibit at own expense (GREX Article 50.2).<br />

Article 14<br />

EXPERT GROUP (Article 45 of GREX)<br />

14.1 An Expert Group will be appointed by the Organizing Committee after consultation with the FIP<br />

Consultant.<br />

Article 15<br />

RIGHTS OF ORGANIZING COMMITTEE<br />

15.1 Every exhibitor applying to exhibit at HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong> is deemed to have accepted the stipulations<br />

of the IREX.<br />

15.2 The Organizing Committee shall have the right to adjudicate any matters arising that are not covered<br />

by FIP Regulations or by this IREX, and its decisions shall be final.<br />

15.3 The Organizing Committee shall have the right to revise the IREX after consultation with the FIP<br />

Consultant. In such case, exhibitors shall be promptly notified of any such revision either directly or<br />

through the National Commissioner.<br />

Article 16<br />

ACCEPTANCE OF THESE REGULATIONS<br />

16.1 By signing the Exhibit Application Form, the exhibitor shall be deemed to accept the stipulations of<br />

the IREX, GREX, GREV and SREVs.<br />

16.2 In the event of any discrepancies in the text arising from translation, the English text shall prevail.<br />

16.3 Any legal cases shall be governed by the legal regulations of Switzerland and settled by the relevant<br />

courts in Switzerland.<br />

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Exhibit Listing by Class<br />

Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

1 – World Stamp Championship<br />

Austria 1-01 0001-0008 Spieler, Rudolf AAA - All About Automobiles<br />

Colombia 1-02 0009-0016 Arbelaez, Jorge<br />

Enrique<br />

Pre-Philatelic letter with content from<br />

Colombia 1531-1859<br />

Egypt 1-03 0017-0024 Salam, Hany Egypt: Maritime Mail Routes,<br />

19th Century<br />

France 1-04 0025-0032 Tillard, Jean-<br />

Jacques<br />

The overprints of St. Pierre et Miquelon<br />

in the 19th century<br />

Italy 1-05 0033-0040 Morani, Vittorio "Tuscany 1836 to GPU<br />

(up to 30th June 1875)"<br />

Letter mail in, from and to Tuscany:<br />

routes, rates and charges"<br />

Italy 1-06 0041-0048 Jaquard "Souvenir du Siège de Paris 1870/1871<br />

Private mail transported by Ballons-<br />

Montés during the Prussian Siege "<br />

Monaco 1-07 0049-0056 Bianchi, Paolo Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique)<br />

Sweden 1-08 0057-0064 Storckenfeldt,<br />

Douglas<br />

Switzerland 1-09 0065-0072 Bergamini,<br />

Adriano<br />

Iceland until 1901<br />

Postal relations between TICINO<br />

(Switzerland) and foreign countries<br />

before the UPU<br />

Uruguay 1-10 0073-0080 Britz, Walter Uruguay: Early Issues of the XIX<br />

Century (1856-1862)<br />

Venezuela 1-11 0081-0088 Heister, Knut Venezuela: First "Escuelas" Issue<br />

(1871-1878)<br />

Czech<br />

Republic<br />

1-12 0837-0844 Vaníček, Vít Postal History of Czech Lands<br />

(From the Beginning until 1867)<br />

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Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

2 – Traditional Philately<br />

2A – Traditional Philately – Switzerland – National Class<br />

Denmark 2A-01 0089-0093 Mortensen,<br />

Per Friis<br />

Japan 2A-02 0094-0098 Ariyoshi,<br />

Nobuto<br />

Japan 2A-03 0099-0106 Yoshida,<br />

Takashi<br />

Switzerland, The First Meter Stamp -<br />

The Oval type 1924-1962<br />

Switzerland postage due stamps<br />

1883-1910<br />

Classic Switzerland<br />

Switzerland 2A-04 0107-0111 Brand, Ruedi Perfins Switzerland and its Postage<br />

Control Systems (up to the Machine<br />

Frankings)<br />

Switzerland 2A-05 0112-0116 Farnow, Arnold Switzerland - Imperforate Sitting<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong> "Strubel" 1854-1863<br />

Switzerland 2A-06 0117-0121 Huwiler, Joe Cross & Numeral / Standing <strong>Helvetia</strong><br />

1882-1907<br />

Switzerland 2A-07 0122-0126 Keller,<br />

Hansruedi<br />

Portrait of William Tell<br />

Switzerland 2A-08 0127-0131 Lopez, Roberto Proofs and tests of standing <strong>Helvetia</strong>s<br />

Switzerland 2A-09 0132-0136 SwissPhila The Swiss cantonal stamps and their<br />

cancellations<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

2A-10 0137-0144 Hackmey,<br />

Joseph<br />

Classic Switzerland<br />

2B – Traditional Philately – Europe<br />

Bulgaria 2B-01 0145-0152 Todorov, Orlin Small lion issues (1889-1901)<br />

Croatia 2B-02 0153-0160 Gubijan, Željko Albania 1913-1920<br />

Denmark 2B-04 0166-0173 Malm, Torben Service Stamps of Denmark 1871-1924<br />

Finland 2B-06 0179-0183 Olli, Marcus Helsinki Citypost 1866-1891<br />

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Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

France 2B-07 0184-0190 Gontier, Jean-<br />

Claude<br />

France 2B-08 0191-0195 Peroche,<br />

Bernard<br />

Germany 2B-09 0196-0200 Avramidis,<br />

Pandelis<br />

Germany 2B-10 0201-0208 Reinhold,<br />

Henke<br />

French commemoratives for Paris 1924<br />

Olympic games set issue and postal use<br />

0,50 F Marianne de Béquet stamp:<br />

design, manufacture and production<br />

Greece small Hermes Heads<br />

Berlin victim and housing imprint<br />

(Notopfer Berlin und Wohnungsbau<br />

Aufdrucke)<br />

Germany 2B-11 0209-0213 Steinbach, Willi Greece large Hermes Heads<br />

Germany 2B-12 0214-0221 Wilhelms,<br />

Georg<br />

Czechoslovakia, 'The Hradcany Issue'<br />

Germany 2B-13 0222-0226 Wirges, Werner The II. Kontrollratsausgabe 1947/1948,<br />

printing idiosyncrasies and the variety<br />

of uses up to the currency reform as<br />

tenfold franking<br />

Iraq 2B-14 0227-0231 Naji, Abdulnasir<br />

Hilal<br />

Italy 2B-15 0232-0239 Melone,<br />

Francesco<br />

Italy 2B-16 0240-0244 Perricone,<br />

Giulio<br />

Portraits of The Three Kings of Iraq and<br />

their Surcharges<br />

Naples<br />

Kingdom of Sicily 1859-1860<br />

Japan 2B-17 0245-0249 Saito, Tamaki Lombardy Venetia the 1850 Issue<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

2B-18 0250-0257 Huys-Berlingin,<br />

Jan<br />

Belgium's first issue, the EPAULETTES<br />

Romania 2B-19 0258-0265 Iordache, Victor Romania 1872-1889<br />

Romania 2B-20 0266-0273 Milu, Constantin The stamps for first Olympic Games<br />

Slovenia 2B-21 0274-0278 Petauer,<br />

Boštjan<br />

Spain 2B-22 0279-0283 Consejo,<br />

Eduardo<br />

Charity overprints on Bosnian definitive<br />

1914-1915<br />

The stamps of the Atogiro flying over<br />

Seville<br />

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Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Sweden 2B-23 0284-0288 Arnrup, Claes Adhesive Postage Stamps of the World<br />

1840-1860. From countries that issued<br />

their first stams up to 1 July 1852<br />

Sweden 2B-24 0289-0293 Järnum, Lennart Sweden The Coat-of Arms Stamps<br />

1855-1872<br />

Sweden 2B-25 0294-0301 Ljungh, Jan-<br />

Olof<br />

The first stamps of the German Empire,<br />

the Eagle shield stamps and the values<br />

10 and 30 groschen<br />

Sweden 2B-26 0302-0309 Rietz, Ake Great Britain: Line engraved issues<br />

1840-1870<br />

Sweden 2B-27 0310-0314 Stommendal,<br />

Peter<br />

Classic Sweden 1855-1872<br />

Switzerland 2B-29 0323-0327 Brack, Max Denmark 4 skilling 1854-1863<br />

Switzerland 2B-30 0328-0332 Klausner,<br />

Werner<br />

Day of the postage stamp in various<br />

European countries with a focus on<br />

Switzerland<br />

Switzerland 2B-31 0333-0337 Kraner, Gerhard The special stamps and special<br />

postcards from Federal Republic of<br />

Germany from 1949-1953.<br />

Switzerland 2B-32 0338-0345 Werner, Eric The stamps of the Italian Kingdom<br />

issued during the Kingdom of Victor<br />

Emanuel II<br />

Switzerland 2B-33 0346-0350 Carlo Rossi Papal States 1852-1870<br />

Switzerland 2B-34 0351-0355 Valdisera Roman States 1852-1870<br />

Switzerland 2B-35 0356-0360 Fjället Sweden's definitive issue 1920-1939<br />

Switzerland 2B-36 0361-0365 Andi's<br />

Briefmarken<br />

Turkey 2B-37 0366-0373 Erhan, Mehmet<br />

Yamaç<br />

Turkey 2B-38 0374-0381 Kamil Serdar,<br />

Yazgan<br />

Kingdom Yugoslavia<br />

Specialized Turkey 1920-1928<br />

From the Ankara Government to the<br />

Turkish Republic (1920-1928)<br />

Ukraine 2B-39 0382-0386 Frenkel, Dmytro Stamps of RSFSR 1918-1923.<br />

USA 2B-40 0387-0394 Zulueta, Alfonso Bosnia-Herzegovinia: Double Eagle<br />

Definitive Issues, 1879-1905<br />

111


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

2C – Traditional Philately – America<br />

Argentina 2C-01 0395-0402 Casielles,<br />

Miguel<br />

Argentina 2C-02 0403-0410 Moscatelli,<br />

Jorge Eduardo<br />

Brazil 2C-03 0411-0415 Benchimol,<br />

Jacques<br />

San Martin in Oval 1908<br />

Argentina Definitive Issues 1923-1935<br />

"Dom Pedro II - Emperor of Brazil<br />

American & Continental Bank Note<br />

issues - 1866-1878"<br />

Chile 2C-04 0416-0420 Mouat, Cristian Chile: The Peso Bronce Issue<br />

1904-1909. Includes the overprinted<br />

issue "Islas de Juan Fernandez"<br />

from 1910<br />

Colombia 2C-05 0421-0428 Cruz, Santiago Colombia - The Perkins 1917 Issue<br />

Colombia 2C-06 0429-0433 Frohlich, Alfredo Colombia - The Last classic issue of<br />

1866<br />

Costa Rica 2C-07 0434-0438 Castro-<br />

Harrigan, Alvaro<br />

Costa Rica 2C-08 0439-0443 Diaz, Luis<br />

Fernando<br />

Germany 2C-11 0454-0458 Jaretzky, Rolf-<br />

Dieter<br />

Honduras 2C-12 0459-0465 Diaz, Maria<br />

Beatriz<br />

Costa Rica: The Classic Period<br />

1863-1883<br />

Costa Rica: Coat of Arms Issue of 1892<br />

Confederate States of America<br />

Honduras 1865-1899<br />

India 2C-13 0466-0470 Suri, Anil Stamps of Uruguay, The Waterlow<br />

Issues 1889-1954<br />

Switzerland 2C-14 0471-0478 Aebi, Fritz Mexico: The Hidalgo in Profile Issue<br />

1872-74<br />

Switzerland 2C-15 0479-0483 Cordier, Jean-<br />

Louis<br />

Switzerland 2C-16 0484-0491 Sotty, Jean-<br />

François<br />

Mexican Revolution – SONORA, The<br />

White and Green Seal Postage Stamps<br />

Peru Classic<br />

112


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

2C-17 0492-0496 Harman,<br />

Christopher G.<br />

The Early Issues of Peru - From the<br />

Pacific Steam Navigation Company<br />

until the UPU<br />

Uruguay 2C-18 0497-0504 Boido, Eduardo Uruguay - "Escuditos" issues<br />

1864-1866<br />

USA 2C-19 0505-0509 Banchik, Mark Vera Cruz Occupation (1914)<br />

Traditional Study of Revenue Stamps<br />

USA 2C-20 0510-0514 Erichson,<br />

Jeffrey<br />

USA 2C-21 0515-0519 Reddington,<br />

Stuart<br />

Venezuela 2C-22 0520-0527 Borberg,<br />

Eduardo<br />

Engraved Perforated Royal Portraits<br />

Issued in Hawaii 1864-1893<br />

Canada Small Queens; 1870-1897<br />

Venezuela: The First American Bank<br />

Note Co. Issues<br />

2D – Traditional Philately – Asia, Oceania and Africa<br />

Australia 2D-01 0528-0535 Kellow, Geoffrey The 2d Bell Design of Victoria,<br />

1873-1880<br />

Bangladesh 2D-02 0536-0540 Rahman,<br />

A.H.M. Faizur<br />

Postage stamps of Bangladesh<br />

on the United Nations<br />

Denmark 2D-03 0541-0545 Møller, Klaus The New Zealand Chalon Issues<br />

1855-1873<br />

Egypt 2D-04 0546-0553 Bassyouny,<br />

Hisham<br />

Finland 2D-05 0554-0558 Weber,<br />

Reinhard<br />

Germany 2D-06 0559-0566 Bornmann,<br />

Johannes<br />

India 2D-07 0567-0571 Kedia,<br />

Om Prakash<br />

India 2D-08 0572-0576 Mahalingan,<br />

Ramachandran<br />

British Forces in Egypt Stamps<br />

Issued 1932-1939<br />

Straits Settlements Sultanat Johor<br />

1885-1940<br />

Nepal, Pre-Philately and Classic<br />

Litho Stamps of Bhopal State<br />

1871-1908<br />

Kingdom of Cochin<br />

India 2D-09 0577-0581 Mohan, K S Study of Service Stamps of Cochin<br />

India 2D-10 0582-0586 Ramachandran,<br />

Madhav<br />

British India<br />

113


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Japan 2D-11 0587-0591 Kato, Shigeki Japan Chrysanthemum Stamps<br />

1899-1910<br />

Japan 2D-12 0592-0596 Kido, Yusuke Ryukyu Dollar Currency Conversion<br />

Provisional Series<br />

Pakistan 2D-15 0607-0614 Balgamwala,<br />

Muhammad Arif<br />

Pakistan 2D-16 0615-0619 Nanjee, Afzal<br />

Hussain<br />

AFGANISTAN ABDUL RAHMAN<br />

1888-1890 (Circular series)<br />

Ottoman Empire (Turkey): The Study of<br />

Arms Issue<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

2D-17 0620-0624 Kim, Heon Sik The Second Regular Stamps in<br />

Korea(1951-1953)<br />

State of<br />

Qatar<br />

2D-18 0625-0629 Al-Ismail,<br />

Hussain<br />

Qatar First Definitive Issue<br />

Switzerland 2D-19 0630-0634 Meyerhoff,<br />

Daniel<br />

The stamp issues of Mauritius under<br />

Queen Victoria 1847-1897<br />

Switzerland 2D-20 0635-0642 Emerald Imperforate Classics of the World<br />

in Green<br />

Thailand 2D-21 0643-0650 Utensute, Ukris Thailand; King Bhumibol’s 2nd<br />

definitive issue<br />

United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

2D-22 0651-0655 Ahmad, Omar A Glance on Stamps used in Dubai<br />

2D-23 0656-0660 Alserkal, Nasser Dubai Stamps<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

2D-25 0666-0673 Martin-Redman,<br />

Simon<br />

Sarawak - The first forty years<br />

1858-1898<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

2D-26 0674-0678 Sarian, Atif Egypt - The Third Issue 1872-1879<br />

USA 2D-27 0679-0683 Nassre-<br />

Esfahani,<br />

Behruz<br />

The Dual Currency Issues of Persia,<br />

1881-1885<br />

114


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3 – Postal History<br />

3A – Postal History – Switzerland – National Class<br />

Austria 3A-01 0684-0688 Blaickner,<br />

Gerhard<br />

Schweizer Auslandfrankaturen zur Zeit<br />

der Rayonmarken 1850-1854<br />

Switzerland 3A-02 0689-0693 Bader, Jvo Swiss postal agencies in Italy and<br />

France<br />

Switzerland 3A-03 0694-0698 Balimann,<br />

Giovanni<br />

Switzerland 3A-04 0699-0703 Bellini, Gian<br />

Franco<br />

Bulk Mail in Switzerland<br />

(Massensendungen in der Schweiz)<br />

Collection of prephilatelic documents of<br />

the county of Ticino<br />

Switzerland 3A-05 0704-0708 Berger, Thomas Switzerland in the First World War<br />

Switzerland 3A-06 0709-0713 Bernath,<br />

François<br />

The Postal History of the "Alte<br />

Eidgenossenschaft" till the period of<br />

the "Helvetic Republic" (1798-1803)<br />

Switzerland 3A-07 0714-0718 Budel, Alvise SWITZERLAND The Postal rates<br />

since 1850<br />

Switzerland 3A-08 0719-0723 Gamma,<br />

Claudio<br />

Switzerland 3A-09 0724-0728 Geissmann,<br />

Christian<br />

Oval radiation postmarks of the Canton<br />

Ticino<br />

Restrictions in Switzerland's<br />

International Postal Connections due to<br />

the Second World War 1939-1945<br />

Switzerland 3A-10 0729-0733 Häfeli, Hans Postal History of the Town of Zurich<br />

1602-1900<br />

Switzerland 3A-11 0734-0738 Kuhlmann,<br />

René<br />

Lettermail: Switzerland to Foreign<br />

destination 1862-1883<br />

Switzerland 3A-12 0739-0743 Lachat, Bernard Early oval meter stamps from<br />

Switzerland<br />

Switzerland 3A-13 0744-0748 Leggeri,<br />

Lorenzo<br />

Oval stamps of Ticino and Mesolcina<br />

Switzerland 3A-14 0749-0753 Leuthard, Rolf History of Swiss Army (from the downfall<br />

of the Old Confederation to 1880)<br />

115


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Switzerland 3A-15 0754-0758 Roggo, Diego Postal history of the Lake district<br />

(Canton Fribourg)<br />

Switzerland 3A-16 0759-0763 Sägesser,<br />

Stefan<br />

Switzerland 3A-17 0764-0771 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

Postal history Canton Zug from<br />

1700-1900<br />

SWISS LETTER MAIL DURING THE<br />

FIRST FEDERAL PERIOD 1849-1854<br />

Cantonal- and Transitional Stamps,<br />

Locals and rayon I, II and III<br />

Switzerland 3A-18 0722-0776 Valesia Valais 1850-1863<br />

Switzerland 3A-19 0777-0781 Totentanz Postal History of Cantonal Lucerne<br />

1850-1910<br />

3B – Postal History – Europe<br />

Australia 3B-01 0782-0786 Lewis, Geoffrey Mail Routes in the Atlantic, Pacific and<br />

Indian Oceans, plus the routes between<br />

the oceans<br />

Austria 3B-02 0787-0794 Horin, Horst<br />

Erich<br />

Field- and military mail under the double<br />

eagle in the German Confederation<br />

1815-1866<br />

Austria 3B-03 0795-0802 Lind, Armin Money- and Value-Letters in Austria<br />

Austria 3B-04 0803-0810 Stepniczka,<br />

Heinrich<br />

Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia<br />

(1815-1866)<br />

Belgium 3B-06 0816-0823 Selis, Luc Ocean Letters<br />

Bulgaria 3B-07 0824-0828 Barneva,<br />

Lyudmila<br />

Bulgaria. Post offices of Royal Palaces<br />

& Royal Mail (1886-1946).<br />

Czech<br />

Republic<br />

3B-08 0829-0836 Červinka, Miloš Development of postal services in<br />

Decin region<br />

Finland 3B-10 0845-0849 Muhonen, Ari Finland special agreements 1922-1945<br />

Finland 3B-11 0850-0854 Nikkanen,<br />

Janne<br />

France 3B-12 0855-0859 Bonnefoy,<br />

Laurent<br />

The Development of Espoo Municipality<br />

Post 1760-1918<br />

The 5 F Merson-Type<br />

(Metropolitan France 1900-1932)<br />

116


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

France 3B-13 0860-0864 Kaminski,<br />

Philippe<br />

British registered mail 1850-1886<br />

France 3B-14 0865-0869 Trinquier, Alain Use of Mouchon type stamps on mail<br />

from France (1900-1906)<br />

France 3B-15 0870-0874 Banette French Electric Telegraphy in the<br />

Metropolis and in the World from<br />

1850 to 1900<br />

Germany 3B-16 0875-0879 Camerer, Martin Letter mail between the Old Italian and<br />

the Old German States 1850-1870<br />

Germany 3B-17 0880-0887 Günnewig,<br />

Franz Josef<br />

Germany 3B-18 0888-0895 Krauss,<br />

Karlfried<br />

Germany 3B-19 0896-0903 Krug,<br />

Hansmichael<br />

Germany 3B-20 0904-0908 Liebermann,<br />

Hartmut<br />

Norway-German postal history on<br />

mail transport et vice versa up to the<br />

foundation of the UPU<br />

Prussia as the Main Link of the<br />

Russian-Polish Mail with the West<br />

(from the beginning until 1875)<br />

Postal traffic between the area of the<br />

Deutsche Reichspost and the United<br />

States of America 4.5.1871-1875<br />

Postmarks in Bohemia and Moravia<br />

during the post-war period after WW II<br />

Germany 3B-21 0909-0913 Martens, Sven German Imperial Post - Postal rates for<br />

foreign destinations from 1875 and the<br />

development into the UPU tariffs<br />

Germany 3B-22 0914-0920 Schädlich,<br />

Klaus<br />

Postmark in the principality<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

Germany 3B-23 0921-0925 Selig, Heinz Postal History of the hamlet Lauenau<br />

Germany 3B-24 0926-0933 Siebert, Werner History of the postal service in<br />

German Southwest Africa<br />

Germany 3B-25 0934-0938 Soll, Hans-<br />

Joachim<br />

The postal infrastructure of German<br />

East Africa 1890-1917<br />

Germany 3B-26 0939-0943 Weis, Klaus The Development of the Local<br />

Postmarks in the Later Grand Duchy<br />

Baden 1723-1871<br />

Greece 3B-27 0944-0951 Arvanitis,<br />

Thomas<br />

The Prephilatelic period of the<br />

Hellenic Postal Service<br />

117


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Greece 3B-28 0952-0956 Chazapis,<br />

Costas<br />

Greece: The 4th of August regime<br />

(1936-41)<br />

Hungary 3B-29 0957-0964 Glatz, István Foreign Frankings from Hungary<br />

1900-1918<br />

Hungary 3B-30 0965-0969 Homonnay,<br />

Géza<br />

Hungarian Consular Post Offices in<br />

Romania, 1 May 1867-31 March 1869<br />

Israel 3B-31 0970-0977 Tsachor, Yacov France - The Perforated Ceres:<br />

Routes & Postmarks, 1871-1878<br />

Italy 3B-32 0978-0982 Mathà, Thomas Postal relations between Papal States<br />

and Lombardy Venetia 1815-1852<br />

Italy 3B-33 0983-0987 Nembrini,<br />

Giovanni<br />

The Postal Relationship between Italy<br />

and France 1850-1875<br />

Italy 3B-34 0988-0995 Rigo, Franco Venice, the contagion, the quarantine,<br />

the disenfection, the quarantine<br />

hospitals (postal history of the health<br />

office from xvi to xix century)<br />

Italy 3B-35 0996-1000 Veneri, Aniello Postal services in Italy 1945-1957<br />

Netherlands 3B-36 1001-1008 Buitenkamp,<br />

Henk<br />

Netherlands 3B-37 1009-1013 Op den Camp,<br />

Jan G.<br />

Netherlands 3B-38 1014-1018 Van der Horst,<br />

Hans<br />

Postal Rates and Franking of Slovenia,<br />

Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina<br />

1918-1921<br />

Origin and development of the postal<br />

service in the Lower Rhine region<br />

until 1871, with its important local and<br />

international aspects<br />

The Netherlands; messages via the<br />

Red Cross during World War 2<br />

Netherlands 3B-39 1019-1026 Wiersma, Hotze Border cross mail 1668-1810, exhibited<br />

by letters related to Holland<br />

Poland 3B-40 1027-1031 Bator, Janusz PRZEMYŚL – POSTAL HISTORY<br />

UNTIL 1918<br />

Poland 3B-41 1032-1036 Chabros,<br />

Sławek<br />

Fight for independence and borders of<br />

Poland 1918-1921<br />

Poland 3B-42 1037-1041 Klamut, Andrzej Austrian base post offices<br />

in the Polish Lands 1914-1918<br />

118


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Poland 3B-43 1042-1049 Okniński,<br />

Roman<br />

Poland 3B-44 1050-1054 Piwko,<br />

Krzysztof<br />

Post activities in the Kingdom of Galicia<br />

and Lodomeria to 1867<br />

Local Posts in occupied Poland<br />

1914-1918<br />

Portugal 3B-45 1055-1059 Frazão, Luís Postal History of Portugal in the<br />

Pre-stamp Period<br />

Romania 3B-46 1060-1064 Chirescu, Ion Postal services in Romanian<br />

Principalities, 1829-1859<br />

Slovenia 3B-47 1065-1069 Artel, Thomas Postal rates and frankings of Slovenia,<br />

Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina<br />

1918-1921<br />

Spain 3B-48 1070-1074 Gisbert Llacer,<br />

Miriam<br />

Valencian prephilatelics marks<br />

XVIII-XIX centuries<br />

Sweden 3B-49 1075-1082 Lithén, Gunnar Cancellations from Swedish steamship<br />

mail post offices from 1869 up to 1951<br />

Sweden 3B-50 1082-1087 Persson, Göran Cancellations of the Swedish Skilling<br />

Banco Stamps 1855-1858<br />

Sweden 3B-51 1088-1092 Wittsten, Peter Mail between Denmark and Sweden -<br />

both ways 1658-1875<br />

Switzerland 3B-52 1093-1097 Felder, Franz-<br />

Josef<br />

Switzerland 3B-53 1098-1105 Sprenger,<br />

Markus<br />

Germany: Inflation in the period<br />

1916-1923. Documentation of<br />

the collapse of the currency through<br />

selected postal items<br />

British-Egyptian Censor Marks during<br />

World War II<br />

Turkey 3B-54 1106-1110 Erhan, Yelda Rare postal marks used in the<br />

early years of the Turkish Republic<br />

1923-1930<br />

Turkey 3B-55 1111-1115 Tunaci, Atadan Competition in Ottoman Sea<br />

Turkey 3B-56 1116-1120 Yilmaz, Hakan Postal History – Province of<br />

HÜDAVENDİGAR<br />

Ukraine 3B-57 1121-1125 Andriy,<br />

Grodetskyy<br />

Postal history of Podolian region within<br />

the Russian Empire<br />

119


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Ukraine 3B-58 1126-1133 Galyna,<br />

Filonova<br />

«Urgent mail» delivery in Russian<br />

Empire, the RSFSR and the USSR<br />

in 1668-1938<br />

Ukraine 3B-59 1134-1138 Semenov, Igor Odessa postal history in 1798-1900<br />

United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

3B-60 1139-1143 Awan, Shafiq Postal Markings of Britain<br />

3B-61 1144-1151 Hedley, Bill Postal Service development in Poszony<br />

and its environs during the Habsburg<br />

era to 1900<br />

3B-62 1152-1159 King, Birthe Refugee Camps in Denmark 1945-1949<br />

3B-63 1160-1167 King, Chris The Posts in the City of Lübeck before<br />

1868<br />

3B-64 1168-1175 Pizer, Robin German Parcel Cards to Foreign<br />

Countries 1907-1928<br />

USA 3B-65 1176-1180 Grassi,<br />

Armando<br />

The Crimean War<br />

Sweden 3B-66 0315-0322 Ydell, Fredrik Swedish Postal History 1550-1872<br />

3C – Postal History – America<br />

Argentina 3C-01 1181-1185 Chaves, Carlos Argentina-Register Mail from<br />

1878 to 1920<br />

Argentina 3C-02 1186-1193 Reim, Pablo<br />

Alejandro<br />

The Argentine Stage-Coach Monks<br />

(1852-1870)<br />

Argentina 3C-03 1194-1201 Villard, Olivier Overseas Mail form and to Argentina<br />

(1852-1878)<br />

Belgium 3C-04 1202-1206 Van Laere,<br />

Roger<br />

History of the Borders of Peru and<br />

Bolivia<br />

Brazil 3C-05 1207-1214 Chen, Ying Dao Brazil-Portugal Maritime Mail<br />

(1698-1877)<br />

Brazil 3C-06 1215-1219 Porto Jr.,<br />

Rubem<br />

Censored Brazilian Mail: 1914 to 1939<br />

120


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Chile 3C-07 1220-1224 Bravo, Rodrigo Marcas Postales y Etiquetas de<br />

Servicio Auxiliares a la Obliteración,<br />

Chile 1853-1920<br />

Germany 3C-09 1233-1240 Heimbüchler,<br />

Fritz<br />

Collection of the first stamps of Brazil<br />

1843-1870<br />

USA 3C-12 1251-1258 Kewriga, Matt United States 1870-88 Bank Note issue<br />

Postal History<br />

USA 3C-13 1259-1263 Rodriguez,<br />

Omar<br />

Mexico: The Use of the Medallion,<br />

Numeral, and Mulitas Stamps During<br />

the Drastic Drop of Rates When Joining<br />

UPU 1884-1900<br />

3D – Postal History – Asia, Oceania and Africa<br />

Germany 3D-01 1264-1268 Grundmann,<br />

Wilhelm<br />

Mongolia - Land of Genghis Khan.<br />

Post Offices and Postmarks 1878-1939<br />

India 3D-02 1269-1273 James Cochin State Postal History<br />

Italy 3D-04 1279-1283 Fumu, Antonello 1845/85 – The mail service in the North<br />

Africa ports: Alexandria, Tunis, Algiers,<br />

Bone, Philippeville, Oran, Tangier and<br />

Tripoli of Barbary<br />

Italy 3D-05 1284-1288 Maria, Luciano Ethiopia: the pre-UPU period<br />

Japan 3D-06 1289-1296 Koiwa, Akihiko Indian Campaigns<br />

Pakistan 3D-07 1297-1301 Kodwavwala,<br />

Muhammad<br />

Rizwan<br />

Postal Marking of Karachi<br />

State of<br />

Qatar<br />

3D-08 1302-1306 Al-Ismail,<br />

Shatha<br />

Oman Postal History<br />

State of<br />

Qatar<br />

State of<br />

Qatar<br />

3D-09 1307-1311 Al-Ismail, Ali Kuwait Postal History<br />

3D-10 1312-1316 Sorour, Yacoub Aden Postal History<br />

Sweden 3D-11 1317-1321 Sohrne, Björn The Ottman, Turkey and Persian<br />

Empires, Postal Relations,<br />

ca 1800 to 1920s.<br />

121


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Switzerland 3D-12 1322-1329 Scherer, Eric Prepaid reply cards in international mail<br />

- Historic development and practice of<br />

usage<br />

Thailand 3D-13 1330-1337 Euarchukiati,<br />

Nuntawat<br />

Thailand 3D-14 1338-1345 Karnasuta,<br />

Charnchai<br />

Thailand 3D-15 1346-1350 Sinchawla,<br />

Santpal<br />

Siam: Thai Occupation and World<br />

War II (1943-1946)<br />

Death Railway POW & Civilian Labor<br />

Mail, and Thailand Internee Mail<br />

Early India Mails Using De La Rue & Co<br />

Typographed Stamps<br />

United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

3D-16 1351-1358 Alserkal, Ahmad A Postal History Study of Air mail from<br />

Iraq (1919-1945)<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

3D-18 1359-1366 Wheatley,<br />

Richard<br />

Netherlands East Indies Mail 1789 to<br />

GPU (1877)<br />

4 – Postal Stationery<br />

Australia 4-01 1372-1379 McMahon, Ian Envelopes and Postcards of Canada<br />

Bangladesh 4-02 1380-1384 Munir, M M<br />

Salman<br />

Postal stationery of Natal 1885-1912<br />

Bulgaria 4-03 1385-1392 Todorov, Orlin Classic Postal Stationeries of Bulgaria<br />

(1879-1898)<br />

Costa Rica 4-04 1393-1397 Sancho, Cesar Costa Rica 1923. The First Locally<br />

Manufactured Postal Stationery<br />

Costa Rica 4-05 1398-1405 Wayman, Giana 19th Century Postal Stationery of Costa<br />

Rica and their usage<br />

Finland 4-06 1406-1410 Tuori, Jussi Finland M/30 postal stationery<br />

France 4-07 1411-1415 Logette, Jean-<br />

François<br />

Essays, Proofs and Blocks of 4 of the<br />

Rome model International reply coupon<br />

Germany 4-08 1416-1420 Sarlak, Behrouz Postal stationery Persia 1875-1945<br />

Germany 4-09 1421-1428 Süss, Peter The Postal Cards of Mexico 1879-1890<br />

India 4-10 1429-1433 Jhingan,<br />

Madhukar<br />

Indian Aerogrammes<br />

122


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Indonesia 4-11 1434-1438 Fadli Postal Cards of Netherlands Indies<br />

1874-1932<br />

Japan 4-12 1439-1446 Ando, Gensei The Japanese Foreign Mail Postcards<br />

Japan 4-13 1447-1454 Yamazaki,<br />

Fumio<br />

Spain 4-16 1465-1472 Baschwitz,<br />

German<br />

Spain 4-17 1473-1480 Martinez<br />

Herñandez,<br />

Manuel<br />

Spain 4-18 1481-1485 Rodriguez<br />

Piñero, Jose<br />

Carlos<br />

Sweden 4-19 1486-1490 Fredriksson,<br />

Gert<br />

Hawaiian Postal Stationery<br />

Spain postal stationery of general use<br />

(1873-1938)<br />

Postal stationery type "MATRONA"<br />

1931-1936<br />

Postal stationery of Mexico<br />

"Serie Mulitas"<br />

Denmark Postal Stationary 1913-1927,<br />

Christian X Rigth Profile<br />

Switzerland 4-20 1491-1498 Bamert, Peter Wells Fargo Express Conquers Mexico<br />

Switzerland 4-21 1499-1503 Dünki, Joos Postal Stationery of the Principality of<br />

Liechtenstein from 1918<br />

Switzerland 4-22 1504-1508 Fink, Peter Aerogram Story<br />

Switzerland 4-23 1509-1516 Lienert, Otmar The System of International Reply<br />

Coupons<br />

Switzerland 4-24 1517-1521 Lualdi, Armando<br />

Andreas<br />

Postal History of Switzerland STO,<br />

stamped to private order 1907-1930<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

4-25 1522-1526 Richards,<br />

Simon<br />

Grenada Postal Stationery<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

4-26 1527-1531 Walton, Frank Great Britain QEII Registered<br />

Envelopes of the Tudor Rose design<br />

Uruguay 4-27 1532-1539 Charlone,<br />

Rogelio<br />

USA 4-28 1540-1547 Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

50 Years of Postal Stationery in<br />

Uruguay<br />

British India Queen Victoria Postal<br />

Stationary<br />

Venezuela 4-30 1556-1563 Meri, Pedro Venezuela: Postal stationery, new order<br />

123


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Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

5 – Aerophilately<br />

Argentina 5-01 1564-1568 Vogt, Ronny Argentina Airmails 1912-1939<br />

Colombia 5-02 1569-1576 Johnson,<br />

James C<br />

Scadta - Postal routes 1923-1929<br />

Czech<br />

Republic<br />

5-03 1577-1584 Bouda, Pavel Czechoslovak Airpost 1920-1938<br />

France 5-04 1585-1589 Maréchal, René Airmail across the Aegean Sea<br />

(1929-1947)<br />

France 5-05 1590-1597 Renaud,<br />

Jacques<br />

France 5-06 1598-1605 Trzeciak,<br />

Patrice<br />

Honduras 5-07 1606-1610 Bendeck,<br />

Sergio Antonio<br />

Commercial and private mail carried by<br />

German airships mechanical postage<br />

period 1928-1935<br />

Transatlantic Airmail Services During<br />

WW2<br />

The first year of Honduras Air mail,<br />

1925-1933<br />

Hungary 5-08 1611-1615 Lővei, György Chapters of the Hungarian air mail -<br />

Foreign destinations from the beginning<br />

up to 31.12.1933.<br />

India 5-09 1616-1620 Khaitan, Piyush The 1948 Air-India International Flight<br />

to London<br />

Ireland 5-10 1621-1628 Callan, Brian Graf Zeppelin DZ-127 South America<br />

Airmail 1930-1937<br />

Italy 5-11 1629-1633 Di Mento, Eligio The Mail by Helicopter in Italy<br />

Italy 5-12 1634-1638 Restaino, Luca The Balbo Cruise in 1933<br />

Italy 5-13 1639-1643 Riccitelli, Flavio The contribution of Zeppelins in the<br />

development of the German Aeropostal<br />

System from/to South America<br />

(1934-1937)<br />

Netherlands 5-15 1652-1659 Bot, Jacques Fokker during the Interbellum<br />

Poland 5-16 1660-1667 Kosmala, Jacek Airplane services on the Polish<br />

Territories 1914-1939<br />

124


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Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Portugal 5-17 1668-1672 Costa Postal Air Service Catapult<br />

(North Atlantic)<br />

Spain 5-18 1673-1680 Gomez-Agüero,<br />

Jose Pedro<br />

Air Mail on Spanish lands (1919-1939)<br />

Switzerland 5-19 1681-1688 Beer, Peter North Atlantic Catapult Airmail Flights<br />

1928-1935<br />

Switzerland 5-20 1689-1693 Flückiger,<br />

Markus<br />

Military Aviation Switzerland<br />

Switzerland 5-21 1694-1698 Förster,<br />

Eckhard<br />

The development of drop mail of<br />

LZ 127 "Graf Zeppelin" 1928–1936<br />

Switzerland 5-22 1699-1703 Heiniger, Ueli Airmail Switzerland<br />

Switzerland 5-23 1704-1711 Keller, Christian Courrier Sud / Southern Airmails<br />

Switzerland 5-24 1712-1719 Ravasi, Mario SCADTA Development of Colombian<br />

airmail<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

5-25 1720-1724 Athale, Dinar Development of the Indian Air Mail<br />

Service 1911-1941<br />

USA 5-26 1725-1729 Ganz, Cheryl Zeppelins and the United States<br />

USA 5-27 1730-1737 Melamed,<br />

Semyon<br />

Iraq 5-28 1274-1278 Abdulwahab,<br />

Nader<br />

Zeppelin Airships and Their Flights<br />

The Royal Air Force Cairo - Baghdad<br />

Air Mail Service 1921-1927.<br />

Honduras 5-29 1241-1245 Mejía, Mauricio First and special flights from and to<br />

Honduras<br />

6 – Thematic Philately<br />

6A – Thematic Philately – Nature<br />

Argentina 6A-01 1738-1745 Casielles,<br />

Daiana Aylen<br />

My friend's dog<br />

Croatia 6A-02 1746-1751 Maras, Julije Gold & Golden<br />

France 6A-03 1752-1759 Riera, Manuel Chelonians (Turtles)<br />

France 6A-04 1760-1767 Rothenburg,<br />

Jacques<br />

Beautiful as a rose !<br />

125


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Germany 6A-05 1768-1775 Fuchs, Wilfried The fox and his varied relationship to us<br />

human beings<br />

Israel 6A-06 1776-1783 Charrach, Josef Minerals - Their Origin, Exploitation and<br />

Uses<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

6A-08 1789-1793 Jung, Soon<br />

Jong<br />

Horses with Human Civilization<br />

Switzerland 6A-09 1794-1798 Grigorescu,<br />

Razvan<br />

Horse racing, a fascinating world<br />

Switzerland 6A-10 1799-1806 Kaelin, Sylvia I Love Chickens<br />

Switzerland 6A-11 1807-1814 Scheibler, Hans All Scrap or what?<br />

Switzerland 6A-12 1815-1819 Streit, Toni MAMMALS: Human, too human and<br />

superhuman<br />

Switzerland 6A-13 1820-1827 Zehnder, Erika Arctophilia/Bearmania - Arctophilie/<br />

Bärenmanie<br />

Uruguay 6A-14 1828-1832 Bellini, Enzo The Turtles: A Singular Evolutionary<br />

Success<br />

6B – Thematic Philately – Culture<br />

Argentina 6B-01 1833-1837 Cravero,<br />

Roberto Nestor<br />

Earth Drawings<br />

Bangladesh 6B-02 1838-1842 Ghazi, Qayyum Canoe, The Amazing Prehistoric<br />

Watercraft of All Time<br />

Belgium 6B-04 1848-1852 Iéko, Philippe Impressionism, a major step in painting<br />

Belgium 6B-05 1853-1860 Paquet,<br />

Jacques<br />

The Gothic Cathedral between<br />

God and Men<br />

Belgium 6B-06 1861-1865 Soreil, Charlotte And the Man created his face<br />

Belgium 6B-07 1866-1870 Suys, Jean-<br />

Pierre<br />

Brazil 6B-08 1871-1875 Martins Neto,<br />

Braz<br />

Brazil 6B-09 1876-1880 Dedivitis,<br />

Rogério<br />

Brazil 6B-10 1881-1885 Pinet, Ricardo<br />

Jorge<br />

From body sounds to sound bodies<br />

Rule of Law - Defense and Breach<br />

The Nazism and the war:<br />

The age of social catastrophe<br />

A Brief View to Brazil by a Brazilianist<br />

126


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Chile 6B-11 1886-1890 jbellido "Simply, Michelangelo" The life and<br />

work of Renaissance Man<br />

France 6B-12 1891-1898 Israël, Alain The red cross from Solferino<br />

to modern times<br />

France 6B-13 1899-1906 Sauvaître,<br />

Jean-Marie<br />

India 6B-14 1907-1911 Ghose,<br />

Chandrajit<br />

India 6B-15 1912-1916 Sharma,<br />

Dinesh<br />

My journey in freemasonry<br />

Bicentennial Celebration of<br />

independence of USA in 1976<br />

Summer Olympic Games<br />

Indonesia 6B-16 1917-1924 Noviandi, Gita One World, One Promise<br />

Israel 6B-17 1925-1929 Lador,<br />

Menachem<br />

2nd Oldest Profession -<br />

Intelligence Services<br />

Italy 6B-18 1930-1934 Licata, Giovanni The Maya<br />

Italy 6B-19 1935-1939 Picconi,<br />

Salvatore<br />

San Marino: History of ancient<br />

land of the freedom<br />

Netherlands 6B-20 1940-1944 Kniese, Eric A book is more than a story<br />

Netherlands 6B-21 1945-1949 van Nies, Peter CARNIVAL, more than three foolish<br />

days!<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

6B-22 1950-1954 Ryoo, Sang<br />

Boom<br />

One Century of Western Painting after<br />

French Revolution<br />

Romania 6B-23 1955-1959 Constantin<br />

Leonid, Calin<br />

Romania 6B-24 1960-1964 Muntean,<br />

Marius<br />

Lions in human culture<br />

Ballet<br />

Sweden 6B-25 1965-1972 Olason, Anders The American Civil War 1861-1865<br />

- background, course of events and<br />

aftermath<br />

Sweden 6B-26 1973-1977 Samuelsson,<br />

Tommy<br />

Switzerland 6B-27 1978-1982 Hoffner,<br />

Johannes<br />

Allied fighter aircraft operations<br />

1939-1945<br />

The Transition from the German Empire<br />

to the Weimar Republic<br />

Switzerland 6B-28 1983-1990 Märki, Kurt The occidental church building in the<br />

high and late Middle Ages<br />

127


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Switzerland 6B-29 1991-1995 Pfister, Esther The dove: the symbolic and messenger<br />

bird<br />

Switzerland 6B-30 1996-2003 Seydoux, Jean-<br />

Marc<br />

Our father the Sun<br />

6C – Thematic Philately – Technology<br />

France 6C-02 2009-2016 Frick, Jean The acoustic<br />

France 6C-03 2017-2024 Rouch,<br />

Bernadette<br />

Wood: an Inventory<br />

Israel 6C-04 2025-2032 Barak, Izhak The Development of Aviation and<br />

Transformation of Mail by Air until 1914<br />

Netherlands 6C-06 2038-2045 Scheer, André Masks of the Universe<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

6C-07 2046-2050 Yoo, Yong Sang The Endless Challenges-Aviation<br />

Stories<br />

Switzerland 6C-08 2051-2055 Tschumi, Marcel Bridges, marvels of the technique from<br />

four points of view<br />

Switzerland 6C-09 2056-2060 Weber, Hans<br />

Jürg<br />

7 – Philatelic Literature<br />

Our drinking Water<br />

7A – Philatelic Literature – Philatelic books and research papers<br />

published after 1st January 2017<br />

Argentina 7A-01 Di Lalla, Hector Development of the railways in<br />

Argentina Ferrocarriles del Oeste y<br />

Norte Study of travelling post marks<br />

1865-1920 Volume I<br />

Australia 7A-02 Tasmanian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Society Inc.<br />

Tasmanian Postal Stationery<br />

Austria 7A-03 VÖPh 100 Jahre VÖPh<br />

Bulgaria 7A-05 Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

The artist soul<br />

128


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Bulgaria 7A-06 Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

Denmark 7A-07 Engelbrecht,<br />

Lars<br />

Denmark 7A-08 Mouritsen,<br />

Henrik<br />

Germany 7A-09 Dorr, Ute &<br />

Elmar<br />

The future now. AMPHAT "Sveti Ivan<br />

Rilski" - Sofia.<br />

Postal Stationery of Denmark - The Bicoloured<br />

issue 1871-1905 & Danmarks<br />

Helsager - Den Tofarvede Udgave<br />

1871-1905<br />

Danish Postal History 1875-1907.<br />

Danish postal rates, regulations and<br />

rarity information 01/Jan/1875-30/<br />

Sep/1907 for all types of domestic<br />

and international mail, including an<br />

extensive study of the transition to UPU<br />

and its developments during its first 32<br />

years of existence<br />

The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

Germany 7A-10 Dorr, Elmar Historical forays through the postal<br />

history of the town of Neustadt an der<br />

Haardt<br />

Germany 7A-11 Salzmann,<br />

Hans-Werner<br />

Germany 7A-12 Springer,<br />

Renate &<br />

Christian<br />

"Von der Wiege bis zur Bahre"<br />

- Panorama der französischen<br />

Fiskalphila<br />

COLOGNE 1945-1947 -<br />

The Path to Normality after World War II<br />

Germany 7A-13 Wewer, Heinz Spuren des Terrors. Postalische<br />

Zeugnisse zum System der deutschen<br />

Konzentrationslager (Traces of Terror.<br />

The System of German Concentration<br />

Camps as reflected in Postal Documents)<br />

Germany 7A-14 Wewer, Heinz Spuren der Vernichtung. Stationen der<br />

"Endlösung" im Zeugnis postalischer<br />

Dokumente (Traces of Annihilation.<br />

Stages of the "Final Solution" as<br />

reflected in Postal Documents)<br />

Greece 7A-15 Karniaoutakis,<br />

Nikolaos<br />

Large Hermes Heads of Greece<br />

Observations on Identifying and<br />

Classifying the "easier" to follow Values<br />

129


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Hungary 7A-16 Perneczky,<br />

László<br />

India 7A-17 Madiraju,<br />

Lokeswara Rao<br />

Reverent Memory of Raoul Wallenberg<br />

in Philately<br />

Buddhism on Stamps<br />

India 7A-18 Natarajan, Kiran The Long Sea Route - a remarkable<br />

postal circuit between Imperial Russia &<br />

British India<br />

India 7A-19 Sharma,<br />

Dinesh<br />

Indonesia 7A-20 Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

Indonesia 7A-21 Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

Olympic Flame & Torch Relay<br />

Pak Harto the Footmarks on Postage<br />

Stamps<br />

50 Soeharto’s Initiatives for Indonesia &<br />

the World on Postage Stamps<br />

Iraq 7A-22 Ameel, Saif Municipalities Fees in Iraq<br />

Italy 7A-23 Manzati,<br />

Claudio Ernesto<br />

Mario<br />

Postal History of Tuscany: 1851-1862<br />

Italy 7A-24 Rigo, Franco Venice and the Levant - Bailo Palace in<br />

Constantinople -The mail XIV° - XVII°<br />

century<br />

Italy 7A-25 Zanaria, Angelo 1867-1870 From Mentana to Porta Pia -<br />

Postal History of the capture of Rome<br />

Japan 7A-26 Enosowa,<br />

Yuichi<br />

How to Make Your Exhibit for JAPEX<br />

Japan 7A-27 Shoda, Yukihiro Brazil Classic Philately<br />

Macau 7A-28 Chio, Hong Chi Research and classification on the<br />

Macau postage stamps errors<br />

Malaysia 7A-29 Lim, Lik 1998 XVI Commonwealth Games<br />

Monaco 7A-30 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

Monaco 7A-31 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

OPUS XIX, Treaty of Versailles and its<br />

Consequences<br />

OPUS XX, The British Empire<br />

130


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Monaco 7A-32 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

OPUS XXI, Germany and its Colonies<br />

Netherlands 7A-33 Haasnoot, Arie Philatelic Persons Register of<br />

Musicians<br />

Poland 7A-34 Jakucewicz,<br />

Stefan<br />

Printing of postage stamps<br />

Poland 7A-36 Mąka, Zdzisław Historia Poczty w Szczecinie<br />

(Postal History in Szczecin)<br />

Portugal 7A-37 Vaz Pereira,<br />

Pedro Marçal<br />

Os Correios Portugueses 1853-1900<br />

nos 500 Anos do Correio em Portugal.<br />

The Portuguese Post Office 1853-1900<br />

in the 500 Years of the Post Office in<br />

Portugal<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

7A-38 Eun, Chong Ho Korean Glossary of Philatelic Terms<br />

Singapore 7A-40 Teo Bee Yen YILIN Philately 2020<br />

Singapore 7A-41 Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

Singapore 7A-42 Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

Spain 7A-43 De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

Spain 7A-44 Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

Spain 7A-45 Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

Airmails From, Through and to<br />

Singapore and Malaya, Volume 1<br />

China Silver Yuan Stamps<br />

Chasquis<br />

Philatelic and postal curiosities in time<br />

of pandemic<br />

Postal history of Cuba 1851-1858<br />

(4 VOL)<br />

Spain 7A-46 El Eco Filatelico Spanish civil war (VOL V - EL ECO<br />

FILATELICO STUDIES)<br />

Spain 7A-47 Fesofi Names for philately and Spanish postal<br />

history (Cuadernos de Filatelia 25/25)<br />

131


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Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Switzerland 7A-48 Bach, Jean-<br />

Paul<br />

Basle Dove<br />

Switzerland 7A-49 Bader, Jvo Swiss postal agencies in Italy and<br />

France<br />

Switzerland 7A-50 Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

Switzerland 7A-51 Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

Switzerland 7A-52 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

Switzerland 7A-53 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

A journey in images on Monte<br />

Generoso<br />

PTT The Museum of Memories<br />

The first federal postages stamps<br />

of Switzerland letter mail<br />

01.10.1850–30.09.1854<br />

SWISS CANTONAL STAMPS<br />

authentic-fake-falsified<br />

Turkey 7A-54 Oral, Aydin "Postal History of Ottoman Iraq<br />

during the British Occupation<br />

(1914-1924)"<br />

Ukraine 7A-55 Katsman, Vitaliy "Fragments of the history of collecting<br />

Zemstvo stamps and Zemstvo post.<br />

Gallery of famous collectors and<br />

researchers of Zemstvo post.<br />

Illustrated bibliography"<br />

Ukraine 7A-56 Katsman, Vitaliy "Famous collectors and researchers of<br />

the Zemstvo post. Brief biographies.<br />

Fragments of collections. in 2 volumes"<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

7A-57 Trotter, Brian Rhodesian Philately until 1924 - The<br />

British South Africa Company Period<br />

7A-58 Young, Peter The inks of De La Rue & Co. and their<br />

introduction of synthetic and aniline<br />

ingredients c.1850-1910<br />

USA 7A-59 Ganz, Cheryl U.S. Zeppelin and Airship Mail Flights<br />

USA 7A-60 Kupiec-<br />

Weglinski, Jerzy<br />

The History of Airmail in Poland and<br />

its Contribution to Airmail Services of<br />

Europe (1914-1939)<br />

132


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

7B – Philatelic Literature – Philatelic magazines and periodicals<br />

published after 1st January 2020<br />

Australia 7B-01 McMahon, Ian Postal Stationery Collector<br />

Bulgaria 7B-02 Bulgarian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Academy<br />

Bulgaria 7B-03 Union of the<br />

Bulgarian<br />

Philatelists<br />

Croatia 7B-04 Croatian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Society Zadar<br />

Croatia 7B-05 Hrvatski Savez<br />

Filatelista<br />

Finland 7B-06 Laakso, Seija-<br />

Riitta<br />

Annual Bulletin 2020 including "The<br />

history of the three 'Napoleons' & Civil<br />

censorship of the correspondence in<br />

Bulgaria during the First World War<br />

1914-1918<br />

Philatelen pregled / Philatelic review<br />

magazine<br />

Zadarski Filatelist<br />

Hrvatski Filatelist<br />

The Congress Book 2021<br />

Italy 7B-08 Burdiat, Nicola L'Intero Postale / The Postal Stationery<br />

Italy 7B-09 Lavagnino,<br />

Luca<br />

Cursores<br />

Italy 7B-10 Vaccari Srl Vaccari Magazine Nr. 63<br />

Italy 7B-11 Vaccari Srl Vaccari Magazine Nr. 64<br />

Luxembourg 7B-12 (Luxembourg<br />

Federation),<br />

FSPL<br />

Moniteur du Collectionneur<br />

(Collector's Monitor)<br />

Macau 7B-13 Huo, Huixiao Macau philately "Warmly celebrate<br />

the 40th anniversary of The CLUBE<br />

FILATELICO DE MACAU" (2020)<br />

Netherlands 7B-14 Maandblad<br />

Filatelie<br />

Portugal 7B-15 Vale do Neiva,<br />

Associação<br />

Filatelia<br />

Filatelie<br />

Vale do Neiva Filatélico<br />

133


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Rep. of<br />

Korea<br />

7B-16 The Philatelic<br />

Federation of<br />

Korea<br />

Philatelic Monthly "WOOPYO" 2020<br />

Spain 7B-17 Galaron Calvo,<br />

Andres<br />

Switzerland 7B-18 Emmenegger,<br />

Jean-Louis<br />

Weekly philatelics items in the "DIARIO<br />

DE BURGOS" (2020-22)<br />

Rhône Philatélie<br />

7C – Philatelic Literature – <strong>Catalogue</strong>s published after 1st January 2020<br />

Argentina 7C-01 Casielles,<br />

Miguel<br />

Bulgaria 7C-02 Sofia Philatelic<br />

Society<br />

Croatia 7C-03 Marka Nova<br />

D.O.O.<br />

Catalogo Especializado de Perforados<br />

Republica Argentina (Specialised<br />

<strong>Catalogue</strong> of Perforated Products<br />

Republic of Argentina)<br />

<strong>Catalogue</strong> of the Bulgarian stamps<br />

(1879-2019)<br />

Acta Philatelic Nova 2021<br />

Czech<br />

Republic<br />

7C-04 Mádl, Tomáš BIENNALE 2020<br />

Italy 7C-05 Vaccari Srl Some hits of Milanese history from the<br />

XIV to XIX century - The Post in Milan<br />

1849-1859. <strong>Catalogue</strong> of cancellations<br />

and postmarks in Milan post office<br />

Israel 7C-06 Meer,<br />

Kossoy<br />

Forms of receipts and stamped paper<br />

for the Post Department 1807-1864<br />

Spain 7C-09 Filatelia Hobby Spanish air letter-covers and aerograms<br />

with meters (1947-1986)<br />

Sweden 7C-10 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Special Classic <strong>2022</strong><br />

Sweden 7C-11 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Sverige 2021<br />

Sweden 7C-12 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Norden <strong>2022</strong><br />

Switzerland 7C-13 Wiederkehr,<br />

Albrik<br />

Turkey 7C-14 Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

Handbook of Swiss PTO postal<br />

stationery<br />

Surcharged commemoratives stamps<br />

for the opening of Ankaras-Sivas<br />

Railway line<br />

134


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Turkey 7C-15 Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

Turkish stamps specialized catalogue<br />

"The Government of the Grand National<br />

Assembly of Turkey 1920-1923"<br />

Greece 7C-16 Karamitsos, A. Hellas 2020<br />

8 – One Frame Exhibits<br />

Armenia 8-01 2061 Kurghinyan,<br />

Anna<br />

Armenia 8-02 2062 Simonyan,<br />

Suren<br />

Armenia 8-03 2063 Taurinskaite,<br />

Dalia<br />

"GREAT BRITAIN. Non Value<br />

Indicators.1st Class 1993/2021<br />

(elliptical perforation)"<br />

Postage stamps of the First Republic of<br />

Armenia 1919-1920. Overprints on the<br />

Russian Empire postage stamp with 1<br />

kopeyka face value<br />

Caution - Poisonous mushrooms!<br />

Australia 8-04 2064 Xavier, Paul Fiji KGVI - The Omnibus<br />

Commemoratives<br />

Bahrain 8-05 2065 Darwish, Khalid Postal card, from India to Bahrain from<br />

1945 to 1950<br />

Bahrain 8-06 2066 Abo luai Saudi Arabia postal history<br />

Bangladesh 8-07 2067 Haque, Farzana Health Issues Of New Zealand Post<br />

1929-1966<br />

Brazil 8-10 2070 Quinhone,<br />

Gerson<br />

A Tribute to the Urban Legion<br />

Bulgaria 8-11 2071 Nikolov, Nikola Censorship at the Bulgarian divisional<br />

military regions during the World War I<br />

(1915-1918)<br />

Chile 8-12 2072 Rojas, Jorge Chile Double Postmarked envelopes<br />

1928-1972<br />

Colombia 8-13 2073 Frohlich, Alfredo Replating Colombia's 1861<br />

1 peso stamp<br />

Costa Rica 8-14 2074 Sauma, Pablo Commemorative Stamps for Costa<br />

Rica's First Philatelic <strong>Exhibition</strong> of 1932<br />

135


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Costa Rica 8-15 2075 Sauma, Pablo 1945 Overprint on 1927 Telegraph<br />

Stamps<br />

Croatia 8-16 2076 Glavić, Matej Novska - Traveling post<br />

Croatia 8-17 2077 Katančević,<br />

Slavoljub<br />

Croatia 8-18 2078 Novaković,<br />

Damir<br />

New Zealand Government Life<br />

Insurance Department Issue<br />

1891 to 1981<br />

The use of first Yugoslav Definitive<br />

Issue (1945) Denominated in<br />

Occupation Currency<br />

Croatia 8-19 2079 Redžep, Željko Trappist Cheese from Banja Luka,<br />

Bosnia<br />

Croatia 8-20 2080 Grobenski,<br />

Davor<br />

Geodesy - Geodetic instruments<br />

Egypt 8-22 2082 Mokhtar, Tarek Shibin El-Kom Postmarks 1870-1922<br />

Egypt 8-23 2083 Yousef, Ahmed 1897 Provisionally Overprinted<br />

Egyptian Stamps in The Sudan<br />

France 8-24 2084 Fanchini, Louis The Fakes & Forgeries of the Large<br />

Hermes Head of Greece<br />

Germany 8-25 2085 Dorr, Ute The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

Greece 8-26 2086 Cangelaris,<br />

Panayotis<br />

Greece 8-27 2087 Galinos,<br />

Alexandre<br />

Greece 8-28 2088 Papadopoulos,<br />

Alexios<br />

The Mafeking Blues 1900<br />

The French Army of Morea, 1828-1830<br />

Commercial Zeppelin Letter mail to/<br />

from South America in 1936<br />

Iraq 8-29 2089 Falah, Ali The I.E.F. 'D' Occupation of Mosul in<br />

1919<br />

Israel 8-30 2090 Fisher,<br />

Lawrence<br />

Poland 8-31 2091 Cieślak,<br />

Ryszard<br />

Slovenia 8-32 2092 Petauer,<br />

Boštjan<br />

The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee<br />

Problem and its Perpetuation<br />

Information - a challenge for secret<br />

services<br />

Yugoslavia to USA air mail rates<br />

1945-1965<br />

136


Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Slovenia 8-33 2093 Tomc, Alojz The Italian Military post office No.59<br />

during World War II<br />

Spain 8-34 2094 De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

Mail in hand with "CHASQUIS" in the<br />

viceroyalty of Nueva Granada in XVII<br />

and XVIII centuries<br />

Switzerland 8-35 2095 Fink, Peter Prisoner of war aerograms World War II<br />

Turkey 8-36 2096 Artam, Turgay 1862-1863 Tugra Stamps<br />

Turkey 8-37 2097 Bahar, Yusuf Zeppelin transported mail related to<br />

Turkey<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

8-38 2098 Athale, Dinar Indelible Evidence: The History of<br />

Forensic Medicine<br />

United<br />

Kingdom<br />

8-39 2099 Winters,<br />

Graham<br />

Ceylon, King George V Silver Jubilee<br />

Issue<br />

USA 8-40 2100 Banchik, Mark Overprinted 1929 Black Official Airmail<br />

Stamps of Mexico<br />

USA 8-41 2101 Benninghof,<br />

Robert<br />

USA 8-42 2102 Grinfelds,<br />

Vesma<br />

USA 8-43 2103 Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

The Creation of the Border Between<br />

Two Irelands<br />

Latvia: The First Banknote Stamp and<br />

Its overprints<br />

The 1904 Provisional Issue of Jaipur<br />

Czech<br />

Republic<br />

8-44 2104 Amler, Tomáš 1927 4th Postage Due Provisional<br />

Issue (Chainbreaker) 50/150 h<br />

Bahrain 8-45 2105 Al Saleh,<br />

Haytham<br />

Bahrain post office initiatives of post<br />

cards<br />

137


Exhibit Listing by Country<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Argentina<br />

2C-01 0395-0402 Casielles, Miguel San Martin in Oval 1908<br />

2C-02 0403-0410 Moscatelli, Jorge<br />

Eduardo<br />

Argentina Definitive Issues 1923-1935<br />

3C-01 1181-1185 Chaves, Carlos Argentina-Register Mail from 1878 to 1920<br />

3C-02 1186-1193 Reim, Pablo<br />

Alejandro<br />

The Argentine Stage-Coach Monks (1852-1870)<br />

3C-03 1194-1201 Villard, Olivier Overseas Mail form and to Argentina (1852-1878)<br />

5-01 1564-1568 Vogt, Ronny Argentina Airmails 1912-1939<br />

6A-01 1738-1745 Casielles,<br />

Daiana Aylen<br />

6B-01 1833-1837 Cravero, Roberto<br />

Nestor<br />

My friend's dog<br />

Earth Drawings<br />

7A-01 Di Lalla, Hector Development of the railways in Argentina<br />

Ferrocarriles del Oeste y Norte Study of travelling<br />

post marks 1865-1920 Volume I<br />

7C-01 Casielles, Miguel Catalogo Especializado de Perforados Republica<br />

Argentina (Specialised <strong>Catalogue</strong> of Perforated<br />

Products Republic of Argentina)<br />

Armenia<br />

8-01 2061 Kurghinyan,<br />

Anna<br />

"GREAT BRITAIN. Non Value Indicators.1st Class<br />

1993/2021 (elliptical perforation)"<br />

8-02 2062 Simonyan, Suren Postage stamps of the First Republic of Armenia<br />

1919-1920. Overprints on the Russian Empire<br />

postage stamp with 1 kopeyka face value<br />

8-03 2063 Taurinskaite,<br />

Dalia<br />

Caution - Poisonous mushrooms!<br />

138


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Australia<br />

2D-01 0528-0535 Kellow, Geoffrey The 2d Bell Design of Victoria, 1873-1880<br />

3B-01 0782-0786 Lewis, Geoffrey Mail Routes in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian<br />

Oceans, plus the routes between the oceans<br />

4-01 1372-1379 McMahon, Ian Envelopes and Postcards of Canada<br />

7A-02 Tasmanian<br />

Philatelic Society<br />

Inc.<br />

Tasmanian Postal Stationery<br />

7B-01 McMahon, Ian Postal Stationery Collector<br />

8-04 2064 Xavier, Paul Fiji KGVI - The Omnibus Commemoratives<br />

Austria<br />

1-01 0001-0008 Spieler, Rudolf AAA - All About Automobiles<br />

3A-01 0684-0688 Blaickner,<br />

Gerhard<br />

3B-02 0787-0794 Horin, Horst<br />

Erich<br />

Schweizer Auslandfrankaturen zur Zeit der<br />

Rayonmarken 1850-1854<br />

Field- and military mail under the double eagle in the<br />

German Confederation 1815-1866<br />

3B-03 0795-0802 Lind, Armin Money- and Value - Letters in Austria<br />

3B-04 0803-0810 Stepniczka,<br />

Heinrich<br />

Kingdom of Lombardy - Venetia (1815-1866)<br />

7A-03 VÖPh 100 Jahre VÖPh<br />

Bahrain<br />

8-05 2065 Darwish, Khalid Postal card, from India to Bahrain from 1945 to 1950<br />

8-06 2066 Abo luai Saudi Arabia postal history<br />

8-45 2105 Al Saleh,<br />

Haytham<br />

Bahrain post office initiatives of post cards<br />

Bangladesh<br />

2D-02 0536-0540 Rahman, A.H.M.<br />

Faizur<br />

4-02 1380-1384 Munir, M M<br />

Salman<br />

Postage stamps of Bangladesh on the United<br />

Nations<br />

Postal stationery of Natal 1885-1912<br />

139


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

6B-02 1838-1842 Ghazi, Qayyum Canoe, The Amazing Prehistoric Watercraft of All<br />

Time<br />

8-07 2067 Haque, Farzana Health Issues Of New Zealand Post 1929-1966<br />

Belgium<br />

3B-06 0816-0823 Selis, Luc Ocean Letters<br />

3C-04 1202-1206 Van Laere,<br />

Roger<br />

History of the Borders of Peru and Bolivia<br />

6B-04 1848-1852 Iéko, Philippe Impressionism, a major step in painting<br />

6B-05 1853-1860 Paquet, Jacques The Gothic Cathedral between God and Men<br />

6B-06 1861-1865 Soreil, Charlotte And the Man created his face<br />

6B-07 1866-1870 Suys, Jean-<br />

Pierre<br />

From body sounds to sound bodies<br />

Brazil<br />

2C-03 0411-0415 Benchimol,<br />

Jacques<br />

"Dom Pedro II - Emperor of Brazil<br />

American & Continental Bank Note issues -<br />

1866-1878"<br />

3C-05 1207-1214 Chen, Ying Dao Brazil-Portugal Maritime Mail (1698-1877)<br />

3C-06 1215-1219 Porto Jr., Rubem Censored Brazilian Mail: 1914 to 1939<br />

6B-08 1871-1875 Martins Neto,<br />

Braz<br />

6B-09 1876-1880 Dedivitis,<br />

Rogério<br />

6B-10 1881-1885 Pinet, Ricardo<br />

Jorge<br />

8-10 2070 Quinhone,<br />

Gerson<br />

Rule of Law - Defense and Breach<br />

The Nazism and the war: The age of social<br />

catastrophe<br />

A Brief View to Brazil by a Brazilianist<br />

A Tribute to the Urban Legion<br />

Bulgaria<br />

2B-01 0145-0152 Todorov, Orlin Small lion issues (1889-1901)<br />

3B-07 0824-0828 Barneva,<br />

Lyudmila<br />

Bulgaria. Post offices of Royal Palaces & Royal Mail<br />

(1886-1946).<br />

140


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

4-03 1385-1392 Todorov, Orlin Classic Postal Stationeries of Bulgaria (1879-1898)<br />

7A-05 Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

7A-06 Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

7B-02 Bulgarian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Academy<br />

7B-03 Union of the<br />

Bulgarian<br />

Philatelists<br />

7C-02 Sofia Philatelic<br />

Society<br />

The artist soul<br />

The future now. AMPHAT "Sveti Ivan Rilski" - Sofia.<br />

Annual Bulletin 2020 including "The history of<br />

the three 'Napoleons' & Civil censorship of the<br />

correspondence in Bulgaria during the First World<br />

War 1914-1918<br />

Philatelen pregled / Philatelic review magazine<br />

<strong>Catalogue</strong> of the Bulgarian stamps (1879-2019)<br />

8-11 2071 Nikolov, Nikola Censorship at the Bulgarian divisional military<br />

regions during the World War I (1915-1918)<br />

Chile<br />

2C-04 0416-0420 Mouat, Cristian Chile: The Peso Bronce Issue 1904-1909. Includes<br />

the overprinted issue "Islas de Juan Fernandez"<br />

from 1910<br />

3C-07 1220-1224 Bravo, Rodrigo Marcas Postales y Etiquetas de Servicio Auxiliares a<br />

la Obliteración, Chile 1853-1920<br />

6B-11 1886-1890 jbellido "Simply, Michelangelo" The life and work of<br />

Renaissance Man<br />

8-12 2072 Rojas, Jorge Chile Double Postmarked envelopes 1928-1972<br />

Colombia<br />

1-02 0009-0016 Arbelaez, Jorge<br />

Enrique<br />

Pre-Philatelic letter with content from Colombia<br />

1531-1859<br />

2C-05 0421-0428 Cruz, Santiago Colombia - The Perkins 1917 Issue<br />

2C-06 0429-0433 Frohlich, Alfredo Colombia - The Last classic issue of 1866<br />

141


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

5-02 1569-1576 Johnson,<br />

James C<br />

Scadta - Postal routes 1923-1929<br />

8-13 2073 Frohlich, Alfredo Replating Colombia's 1861 1 peso stamp<br />

Costa Rica<br />

2C-07 0434-0438 Castro-Harrigan,<br />

Alvaro<br />

2C-08 0439-0443 Diaz, Luis<br />

Fernando<br />

Costa Rica: The Classic Period 1863-1883<br />

Costa Rica: Coat of Arms Issue of 1892<br />

4-04 1393-1397 Sancho, Cesar Costa Rica 1923. The First Locally Manufactured<br />

Postal Stationery<br />

4-05 1398-1405 Wayman, Giana 19th Century Postal Stationery of Costa Rica and<br />

their usage<br />

8-14 2074 Sauma, Pablo Commemorative Stamps for Costa Rica's First<br />

Philatelic <strong>Exhibition</strong> of 1932<br />

8-15 2075 Sauma, Pablo 1945 Overprint on 1927 Telegraph Stamps<br />

Croatia<br />

2B-02 0153-0160 Gubijan, Željko Albania 1913-1920<br />

6A-02 1746-1751 Maras, Julije Gold & Golden<br />

7B-04 Croatian<br />

Philatelic Society<br />

Zadar<br />

7B-05 Hrvatski Savez<br />

Filatelista<br />

7C-03 Marka Nova<br />

D.O.O.<br />

Zadarski Filatelist<br />

Hrvatski Filatelist<br />

Acta Philatelic Nova 2021<br />

8-16 2076 Glavić, Matej Novska - Traveling post<br />

8-17 2077 Katančević,<br />

Slavoljub<br />

8-18 2078 Novaković,<br />

Damir<br />

New Zealand Government Life Insurance<br />

Department Issue 1891 to 1981<br />

The use of first Yugoslav Definitive Issue (1945)<br />

Denominated in Occupation Currency<br />

8-19 2079 Redžep, Željko Trappist Cheese from Banja Luka, Bosnia<br />

8-20 2080 Grobenski,<br />

Davor<br />

Geodesy - Geodetic instruments<br />

142


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Czech Republic<br />

1-12 0837-0844 Vaníček, Vít Postal History of Czech Lands<br />

(From the Beginning until 1867)<br />

3B-08 0829-0836 Červinka, Miloš Development of postal services in Decin region<br />

5-03 1577-1584 Bouda, Pavel Czechoslovak Airpost 1920-1938<br />

7C-04 Mádl, Tomáš BIENNALE 2020<br />

8-44 2104 Amler, Tomáš 1927 4th Postage Due Provisional Issue<br />

(Chainbreaker) 50/150 h<br />

Denmark<br />

2A-01 0089-0093 Mortensen, Per<br />

Friis<br />

Switzerland, The First Meter Stamp -<br />

The Oval type 1924-1962<br />

2B-04 0166-0173 Malm, Torben Service Stamps of Denmark 1871-1924<br />

2D-03 0541-0545 Møller, Klaus The New Zealand Chalon Issues 1855-1873<br />

7A-07 Engelbrecht,<br />

Lars<br />

7A-08 Mouritsen,<br />

Henrik<br />

Postal Stationery of Denmark - The Bi-coloured<br />

issue 1871-1905 & Danmarks Helsager - Den<br />

Tofarvede Udgave 1871-1905<br />

Danish Postal History 1875-1907. Danish postal<br />

rates, regulations and rarity information 01/<br />

Jan/1875-30/Sep/1907 for all types of domestic and<br />

international mail, including an extensive study of<br />

the transition to UPU and its developments during its<br />

first 32 years of existence<br />

Egypt<br />

1-03 0017-0024 Salam, Hany Egypt: Maritime Mail Routes, 19th Century<br />

2D-04 0546-0553 Bassyouny,<br />

Hisham<br />

British Forces in Egypt Stamps Issued 1932-1939<br />

8-22 2082 Mokhtar, Tarek Shibin El-Kom Postmarks 1870-1922<br />

8-23 2083 Yousef, Ahmed 1897 Provisionally Overprinted Egyptian Stamps<br />

in The Sudan<br />

Finland<br />

2B-06 0179-0183 Olli, Marcus Helsinki Citypost 1866-1891<br />

2D-05 0554-0558 Weber, Reinhard Straits Settlements Sultanat Johor 1885-1940<br />

143


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3B-10 0845-0849 Muhonen, Ari Finland special agreements 1922-1945<br />

3B-11 0850-0854 Nikkanen, Janne The Development of Espoo Municipality Post<br />

1760-1918<br />

4-06 1406-1410 Tuori, Jussi Finland M/30 postal stationery<br />

7B-06 Laakso, Seija-<br />

Riitta<br />

The Congress Book 2021<br />

France<br />

1-04 0025-0032 Tillard, Jean-<br />

Jacques<br />

2B-07 0184-0190 Gontier, Jean-<br />

Claude<br />

2B-08 0191-0195 Peroche,<br />

Bernard<br />

3B-12 0855-0859 Bonnefoy,<br />

Laurent<br />

3B-13 0860-0864 Kaminski,<br />

Philippe<br />

The overprints of St. Pierre et Miquelon in the<br />

19th century<br />

French commemoratives for Paris 1924 Olympic<br />

games set issue and postal use<br />

0,50 F Marianne de Béquet stamp: design,<br />

manufacture and production<br />

The 5 F Merson-Type<br />

(Metropolitan France 1900-1932)<br />

British registered mail 1850-1886<br />

3B-14 0865-0869 Trinquier, Alain Use of Mouchon type stamps on mail from France<br />

(1900-1906)<br />

3B-15 0870-0874 Banette French Electric Telegraphy in the Metropolis and in<br />

the World from 1850 to 1900<br />

4-07 1411-1415 Logette, Jean-<br />

François<br />

Essays, Proofs and Blocks of 4 of the Rome model<br />

International reply coupon<br />

5-04 1585-1589 Maréchal, René Airmail across the Aegean Sea (1929-1947)<br />

5-05 1590-1597 Renaud,<br />

Jacques<br />

Commercial and private mail carried by German<br />

airships mechanical postage period 1928-1935<br />

5-06 1598-1605 Trzeciak, Patrice Transatlantic Airmail Services During WW2<br />

6A-03 1752-1759 Riera, Manuel Chelonians (Turtles)<br />

6A-04 1760-1767 Rothenburg,<br />

Jacques<br />

Beautiful as a rose !<br />

6B-12 1891-1898 Israël, Alain The red cross from Solferino to modern times<br />

144


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

6B-13 1899-1906 Sauvaître, Jean-<br />

Marie<br />

My journey in freemasonry<br />

6C-02 2009-2016 Frick, Jean The acoustic<br />

6C-03 2017-2024 Rouch,<br />

Bernadette<br />

Wood: an Inventory<br />

8-24 2084 Fanchini, Louis The Fakes & Forgeries of the Large Hermes Head of<br />

Greece<br />

Germany<br />

2B-09 0196-0200 Avramidis,<br />

Pandelis<br />

Greece small Hermes Heads<br />

2B-10 0201-0208 Reinhold, Henke Berlin victim and housing imprint (Notopfer Berlin<br />

und Wohnungsbau Aufdrucke)<br />

2B-11 0209-0213 Steinbach, Willi Greece large Hermes Heads<br />

2B-12 0214-0221 Wilhelms, Georg Czechoslovakia, 'The Hradcany Issue'<br />

2B-13 0222-0226 Wirges, Werner The II. Kontrollratsausgabe 1947/1948, printing<br />

idiosyncrasies and the variety of uses up to the<br />

currency reform as tenfold franking<br />

2C-11 0454-0458 Jaretzky, Rolf-<br />

Dieter<br />

2D-06 0559-0566 Bornmann,<br />

Johannes<br />

Confederate States of America<br />

Nepal, Pre-Philately and Classic<br />

3B-16 0875-0879 Camerer, Martin Letter mail between the Old Italian and the Old<br />

German States 1850-1870<br />

3B-17 0880-0887 Günnewig, Franz<br />

Josef<br />

Norway-German postal history on mail transport et<br />

vice versa up to the foundation of the UPU<br />

3B-18 0888-0895 Krauss, Karlfried Prussia as the Main Link of the Russian-Polish Mail<br />

with the West (from the beginning until 1875)<br />

3B-19 0896-0903 Krug,<br />

Hansmichael<br />

3B-20 0904-0908 Liebermann,<br />

Hartmut<br />

Postal traffic between the area of the Deutsche<br />

Reichspost and the United States of America<br />

4.5.1871-1875<br />

Postmarks in Bohemia and Moravia during the postwar<br />

period after WW II<br />

145


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3B-21 0909-0913 Martens, Sven German Imperial Post - Postal rates for foreign<br />

destinations from 1875 and the development into the<br />

UPU tariffs<br />

3B-22 0914-0920 Schädlich, Klaus Postmark in the principality Liechtenstein<br />

3B-23 0921-0925 Selig, Heinz Postal History of the hamlet Lauenau<br />

3B-24 0926-0933 Siebert, Werner History of the postal service in German Southwest<br />

Africa<br />

3B-25 0934-0938 Soll, Hans-<br />

Joachim<br />

The postal infrastructure of German East Africa<br />

1890-1917<br />

3B-26 0939-0943 Weis, Klaus The Development of the Local Postmarks in the<br />

Later Grand Duchy Baden 1723-1871<br />

3C-09 1233-1240 Heimbüchler,<br />

Fritz<br />

3D-01 1264-1268 Grundmann,<br />

Wilhelm<br />

Collection of the first stamps of Brazil 1843-1870<br />

Mongolia - Land of Genghis Khan. Post Offices and<br />

Postmarks 1878-1939<br />

4-08 1416-1420 Sarlak, Behrouz Postal stationery Persia 1875-1945<br />

4-09 1421-1428 Süss, Peter The Postal Cards of Mexico 1879-1890<br />

6A-05 1768-1775 Fuchs, Wilfried The fox and his varied relationship to us human<br />

beings<br />

7A-09 Dorr, Ute &<br />

Elmar<br />

The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

7A-10 Dorr, Elmar Historical forays through the postal history of the<br />

town of Neustadt an der Haardt<br />

7A-11 Salzmann, Hans-<br />

Werner<br />

7A-12 Springer, Renate<br />

& Christian<br />

"Von der Wiege bis zur Bahre" - Panorama der<br />

französischen Fiskalphila<br />

COLOGNE 1945-1947 -<br />

The Path to Normality after World War II<br />

7A-13 Wewer, Heinz Spuren des Terrors. Postalische Zeugnisse zum<br />

System der deutschen Konzentrationslager (Traces<br />

of Terror. The System of German Concentration<br />

Camps as reflected in Postal Documents)<br />

146


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

7A-14 Wewer, Heinz Spuren der Vernichtung. Stationen der "Endlösung"<br />

im Zeugnis postalischer Dokumente (Traces of<br />

Annihilation. Stages of the "Final Solution" as<br />

reflected in Postal Documents)<br />

8-25 2085 Dorr, Ute The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

Greece<br />

3B-27 0944-0951 Arvanitis,<br />

Thomas<br />

3B-28 0952-0956 Chazapis,<br />

Costas<br />

7A-15 Karniaoutakis,<br />

Nikolaos<br />

The Prephilatelic period of the Hellenic Postal<br />

Service<br />

Greece: The 4th of August regime (1936-41)<br />

Large Hermes Heads of Greece Observations on<br />

Identifying and Classifying the "easier" to follow Values<br />

7C-16 Karamitsos, A. Hellas 2020<br />

8-26 2086 Cangelaris,<br />

Panayotis<br />

8-27 2087 Galinos,<br />

Alexandre<br />

8-28 2088 Papadopoulos,<br />

Alexios<br />

The Mafeking Blues 1900<br />

The French Army of Morea, 1828-1830<br />

Commercial Zeppelin Letter mail to/from South<br />

America in 1936<br />

Honduras<br />

2C-12 0459-0465 Diaz, Maria<br />

Beatriz<br />

5-07 1606-1610 Bendeck, Sergio<br />

Antonio<br />

Honduras 1865-1899<br />

The first year of Honduras Air mail, 1925-1933<br />

5-29 1241-1245 Mejía, Mauricio First and special flights from and to Honduras<br />

Hungary<br />

3B-29 0957-0964 Glatz, István Foreign Frankings from Hungary 1900-1918<br />

3B-30 0965-0969 Homonnay, Géza Hungarian Consular Post Offices in Romania, 1 May<br />

1867-31 March 1869<br />

5-08 1611-1615 Lővei, György Chapters of the Hungarian air mail - Foreign<br />

destinations from the beginning up to 31.12.1933.<br />

7A-16 Perneczky,<br />

László<br />

Reverent Memory of Raoul Wallenberg in Philately<br />

147


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

India<br />

2C-13 0466-0470 Suri, Anil Stamps of Uruguay, The Waterlow Issues 1889-1954<br />

2D-07 0567-0571 Kedia,<br />

Om Prakash<br />

2D-08 0572-0576 Mahalingan,<br />

Ramachandran<br />

Litho Stamps of Bhopal State 1871-1908<br />

Kingdom of Cochin<br />

2D-09 0577-0581 Mohan, K S Study of Service Stamps of Cochin<br />

2D-10 0582-0586 Ramachandran,<br />

Madhav<br />

British India<br />

3D-02 1269-1273 James Cochin State Postal History<br />

4-10 1429-1433 Jhingan,<br />

Madhukar<br />

Indian Aerogrammes<br />

5-09 1616-1620 Khaitan, Piyush The 1948 Air-India International Flight to London<br />

6B-14 1907-1911 Ghose,<br />

Chandrajit<br />

Bicentennial Celebration of independence of USA<br />

in 1976<br />

6B-15 1912-1916 Sharma, Dinesh Summer Olympic Games<br />

7A-17 Madiraju,<br />

Lokeswara Rao<br />

Buddhism on Stamps<br />

7A-18 Natarajan, Kiran The Long Sea Route - a remarkable postal circuit<br />

between Imperial Russia & British India<br />

7A-19 Sharma, Dinesh Olympic Flame & Torch Relay<br />

Indonesia<br />

4-11 1434-1438 Fadli Postal Cards of Netherlands Indies 1874-1932<br />

6B-16 1917-1924 Noviandi, Gita One World, One Promise<br />

7A-20 Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

7A-21 Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

Pak Harto the Footmarks on Postage Stamps<br />

50 Soeharto’s Initiatives for Indonesia & the World<br />

on Postage Stamps<br />

Iraq<br />

2B-14 0227-0231 Naji, Abdulnasir<br />

Hilal<br />

Portraits of The Three Kings of Iraq and their<br />

Surcharges<br />

148


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

5-28 1274-1278 Abdulwahab,<br />

Nader<br />

The Royal Air Force Cairo - Baghdad Air Mail<br />

Service 1921-1927.<br />

7A-22 Ameel, Saif Municipalities Fees in Iraq<br />

8-29 2089 Falah, Ali The I.E.F. 'D' Occupation of Mosul in 1919<br />

Ireland<br />

5-10 1621-1628 Callan, Brian Graf Zeppelin DZ-127 South America Airmail<br />

1930-1937<br />

Israel<br />

3B-31 0970-0977 Tsachor, Yacov France - The Perforated Ceres: Routes &<br />

Postmarks, 1871-1878<br />

6A-06 1776-1783 Charrach, Josef Minerals - Their Origin, Exploitation and Uses<br />

6B-17 1925-1929 Lador,<br />

Menachem<br />

2nd Oldest Profession - Intelligence Services<br />

6C-04 2025-2032 Barak, Izhak The Development of Aviation and Transformation of<br />

Mail by Air until 1914<br />

7C-06 Meer Kossoy, Forms of receipts and stamped paper for the Post<br />

Department 1807-1864<br />

8-30 2090 Fisher, Lawrence The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem and its<br />

Perpetuation<br />

Italy<br />

1-05 0033-0040 Morani, Vittorio "Tuscany 1836 to GPU (up to 30th June 1875)"<br />

Letter mail in, from and to Tuscany: routes, rates and<br />

charges"<br />

1-06 0041-0048 Jaquard "Souvenir du Siège de Paris 1870/1871<br />

Private mail transported by Ballons-Montés during<br />

the Prussian Siege "<br />

2B-15 0232-0239 Melone,<br />

Francesco<br />

Naples<br />

2B-16 0240-0244 Perricone, Giulio Kingdom of Sicily 1859-1860<br />

3B-32 0978-0982 Mathà, Thomas Postal relations between Papal States and<br />

Lombardy Venetia 1815-1852<br />

149


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3B-33 0983-0987 Nembrini,<br />

Giovanni<br />

The Postal Relationship between Italy and France<br />

1850-1875<br />

3B-34 0988-0995 Rigo, Franco Venice, the contagion, the quarantine, the<br />

disenfection, the quarantine hospitals (postal history<br />

of the health office from xvi to xix century)<br />

3B-35 0996-1000 Veneri, Aniello Postal services in Italy 1945-1957<br />

3D-04 1279-1283 Fumu, Antonello 1845/85 – The mail service in the North Africa ports:<br />

Alexandria, Tunis, Algiers, Bone, Philippeville, Oran,<br />

Tangier and Tripoli of Barbary<br />

3D-05 1284-1288 Maria, Luciano Ethiopia: the pre-UPU period<br />

5-11 1629-1633 Di Mento, Eligio The Mail by Helicopter in Italy<br />

5-12 1634-1638 Restaino, Luca The Balbo Cruise in 1933<br />

5-13 1639-1643 Riccitelli, Flavio The contribution of Zeppelins in the development<br />

of the German Aeropostal System from/to South<br />

America (1934-1937)<br />

6B-18 1930-1934 Licata, Giovanni The Maya<br />

6B-19 1935-1939 Picconi,<br />

Salvatore<br />

7A-23 Manzati, Claudio<br />

Ernesto Mario<br />

San Marino: History of ancient land of the freedom<br />

Postal History of Tuscany: 1851-1862<br />

7A-24 Rigo, Franco Venice and the Levant - Bailo Palace in<br />

Constantinople -The mail XIV° - XVII° century<br />

7A-25 Zanaria, Angelo 1867-1870 From Mentana to Porta Pia -<br />

Postal History of the capture of Rome<br />

7B-08 Burdiat, Nicola L'Intero Postale / The Postal Stationery<br />

7B-09 Lavagnino, Luca Cursores<br />

7B-10 Vaccari Srl Vaccari Magazine Nr. 63<br />

7B-11 Vaccari Srl Vaccari Magazine Nr. 64<br />

7C-05 Vaccari Srl Some hits of Milanese history from the XIV to XIX<br />

century - The Post in Milan 1849-1859. <strong>Catalogue</strong> of<br />

cancellations and postmarks in Milan post office<br />

150


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Japan<br />

2A-02 0094-0098 Ariyoshi, Nobuto Switzerland postage due stamps 1883-1910<br />

2A-03 0099-0106 Yoshida, Takashi Classic Switzerland<br />

2B-17 0245-0249 Saito, Tamaki Lombardy Venetia the 1850 Issue<br />

2D-11 0587-0591 Kato, Shigeki Japan Chrysanthemum Stamps 1899-1910<br />

2D-12 0592-0596 Kido, Yusuke Ryukyu Dollar Currency Conversion Provisional<br />

Series<br />

3D-06 1289-1296 Koiwa, Akihiko Indian Campaigns<br />

4-12 1439-1446 Ando, Gensei The Japanese Foreign Mail Postcards<br />

4-13 1447-1454 Yamazaki, Fumio Hawaiian Postal Stationery<br />

7A-26 Enosowa, Yuichi How to Make Your Exhibit for JAPEX<br />

7A-27 Shoda, Yukihiro Brazil Classic Philately<br />

Rep. of Korea<br />

2D-17 0620-0624 Kim, Heon Sik The Second Regular Stamps in Korea(1951-1953)<br />

6A-08 1789-1793 Jung, Soon Jong Horses with Human Civilization<br />

6B-22 1950-1954 Ryoo, Sang<br />

Boom<br />

One Century of Western Painting after French<br />

Revolution<br />

6C-07 2046-2050 Yoo, Yong Sang The Endless Challenges-Aviation Stories<br />

7A-38 Eun, Chong Ho Korean Glossary of Philatelic Terms<br />

7B-16 The Philatelic<br />

Federation of<br />

Korea<br />

Philatelic Monthly "WOOPYO" 2020<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

2B-18 0250-0257 Huys-Berlingin,<br />

Jan<br />

Belgium's first issue, the EPAULETTES<br />

Luxembourg<br />

7B-12 (Luxembourg<br />

Federation),<br />

FSPL<br />

Moniteur du Collectionneur (Collector's Monitor)<br />

151


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Macau<br />

7A-28 Chio, Hong Chi Research and classification on the Macau postage<br />

stamps errors<br />

7B-13 Huo, Huixiao Macau philately "Warmly celebrate the 40th<br />

anniversary of The CLUBE FILATELICO DE<br />

MACAU" (2020)<br />

Malaysia<br />

7A-29 Lim, Lik 1998 XVI Commonwealth Games<br />

Monaco<br />

1-07 0049-0056 Bianchi, Paolo Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique)<br />

7A-30 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

7A-31 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

7A-32 European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

OPUS XIX, Treaty of Versailles and its<br />

Consequences<br />

OPUS XX, The British Empire<br />

OPUS XXI, Germany and its Colonies<br />

Netherlands<br />

3B-36 1001-1008 Buitenkamp,<br />

Henk<br />

3B-37 1009-1013 Op den Camp,<br />

Jan G.<br />

3B-38 1014-1018 Van der Horst,<br />

Hans<br />

Postal Rates and Franking of Slovenia, Croatia and<br />

Bosnia-Herzegovina 1918-1921<br />

Origin and development of the postal service in the<br />

Lower Rhine region until 1871, with its important<br />

local and international aspects<br />

The Netherlands; messages via the Red Cross<br />

during World War 2<br />

3B-39 1019-1026 Wiersma, Hotze Border cross mail 1668-1810, exhibited by letters<br />

related to Holland<br />

5-15 1652-1659 Bot, Jacques Fokker during the Interbellum<br />

6B-20 1940-1944 Kniese, Eric A book is more than a story<br />

6B-21 1945-1949 van Nies, Peter CARNIVAL, more than three foolish days!<br />

152


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

6C-06 2038-2045 Scheer, André Masks of the Universe<br />

7A-33 Haasnoot, Arie Philatelic Persons Register of Musicians<br />

7B-14 Maandblad<br />

Filatelie<br />

Filatelie<br />

Pakistan<br />

2D-15 0607-0614 Balgamwala,<br />

Muhammad Arif<br />

2D-16 0615-0619 Nanjee, Afzal<br />

Hussain<br />

3D-07 1297-1301 Kodwavwala,<br />

Muhammad<br />

Rizwan<br />

AFGANISTAN ABDUL RAHMAN 1888-1890<br />

(Circular series)<br />

Ottoman Empire (Turkey): The Study of Arms Issue<br />

Postal Marking of Karachi<br />

Poland<br />

3B-40 1027-1031 Bator, Janusz PRZEMYŚL – POSTAL HISTORY UNTIL 1918<br />

3B-41 1032-1036 Chabros, Sławek Fight for independence and borders of Poland<br />

1918-1921<br />

3B-42 1037-1041 Klamut , Andrzej Austrian base post offices in the Polish Lands<br />

1914-1918<br />

3B-43 1042-1049 Okniński, Roman Post activities in the Kingdom of Galicia and<br />

Lodomeria to 1867<br />

3B-44 1050-1054 Piwko, Krzysztof Local Posts in occupied Poland 1914-1918<br />

5-16 1660-1667 Kosmala, Jacek Airplane services on the Polish Territories 1914-1939<br />

7A-34 Jakucewicz,<br />

Stefan<br />

Printing of postage stamps<br />

7A-36 Mąka, Zdzisław Historia Poczty w Szczecinie<br />

(Postal History in Szczecin)<br />

8-31 2091 Cieślak, Ryszard Information - a challenge for secret services<br />

Portugal<br />

3B-45 1055-1059 Frazão, Luís Postal History of Portugal in the Pre-stamp Period<br />

5-17 1668-1672 Costa Postal Air Service Catapult (North Atlantic)<br />

153


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

7A-37 Vaz Pereira,<br />

Pedro Marçal<br />

7B-15 Vale do Neiva,<br />

Associação<br />

Filatelia<br />

Os Correios Portugueses 1853-1900 nos 500 Anos<br />

do Correio em Portugal. The Portuguese Post Office<br />

1853-1900 in the 500 Years of the Post Office in<br />

Portugal<br />

Vale do Neiva Filatélico<br />

State of Qatar<br />

2D-18 0625-0629 Al-Ismail,<br />

Hussain<br />

Qatar First Definitive Issue<br />

3D-08 1302-1306 Al-Ismail, Shatha Oman Postal History<br />

3D-09 1307-1311 Al-Ismail, Ali Kuwait Postal History<br />

3D-10 1312-1316 Sorour, Yacoub Aden Postal History<br />

Romania<br />

2B-19 0258-0265 Iordache, Victor Romania 1872-1889<br />

2B-20 0266-0273 Milu, Constantin The stamps for first Olympic Games<br />

3B-46 1060-1064 Chirescu, Ion Postal services in Romanian Principalities,<br />

1829-1859<br />

6B-23 1955-1959 Constantin<br />

Leonid, Calin<br />

Lions in human culture<br />

6B-24 1960-1964 Muntean, Marius Ballet<br />

Singapore<br />

7A-40 Teo Bee Yen YILIN Philately 2020<br />

7A-41 Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

7A-42 Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

Airmails From, Through and to Singapore and<br />

Malaya, Volume 1<br />

China Silver Yuan Stamps<br />

Slovenia<br />

2B-21 0274-0278 Petauer, Boštjan Charity overprints on Bosnian definitive 1914-1915<br />

3B-47 1065-1069 Artel, Thomas Postal rates and frankings of Slovenia, Croatia and<br />

Bosnia-Hercegovina 1918-1921<br />

154


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

8-32 2092 Petauer, Boštjan Yugoslavia to USA air mail rates 1945-1965<br />

8-33 2093 Tomc, Alojz The Italian Military post office No.59 during<br />

World War II<br />

Spain<br />

2B-22 0279-0283 Consejo,<br />

Eduardo<br />

3B-48 1070-1074 Gisbert Llacer,<br />

Miriam<br />

4-16 1465-1472 Baschwitz,<br />

German<br />

4-17 1473-1480 Martinez<br />

Herñandez,<br />

Manuel<br />

4-18 1481-1485 Rodriguez<br />

Piñero, Jose<br />

Carlos<br />

5-18 1673-1680 Gomez-Agüero,<br />

Jose Pedro<br />

7A-43 De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

7A-44 Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

7A-45 Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

The stamps of the Atogiro flying over Seville<br />

Valencian prephilatelics marks XVIII-XIX centuries<br />

Spain postal stationery of general use (1873-1938)<br />

Postal stationery type "MATRONA" 1931-1936<br />

Postal stationery of Mexico "Serie Mulitas"<br />

Air Mail on Spanish lands (1919-1939)<br />

Chasquis<br />

Philatelic and postal curiosities in time of pandemic<br />

Postal history of Cuba 1851-1858 (4 VOL)<br />

7A-46 El Eco Filatelico Spanish civil war (VOL V - EL ECO FILATELICO<br />

STUDIES)<br />

7A-47 Fesofi Names for philately and Spanish postal history<br />

(Cuadernos de Filatelia 25/25)<br />

7B-17 Galaron Calvo,<br />

Andres<br />

Weekly philatelics items in the "DIARIO DE<br />

BURGOS" (2020-22)<br />

7C-09 , Filatelia Hobby Spanish air letter-covers and aerograms with meters<br />

(1947-1986)<br />

155


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

8-34 2094 De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

Mail in hand with "CHASQUIS" in the viceroyalty of<br />

Nueva Granada in XVII and XVIII centuries<br />

Sweden<br />

1-08 0057-0064 Storckenfeldt,<br />

Douglas<br />

Iceland until 1901<br />

2B-23 0284-0288 Arnrup, Claes Adhesive Postage Stamps of the World 1840-1860.<br />

From countries that issued their first stams up to 1<br />

July 1852<br />

2B-24 0289-0293 Järnum, Lennart Sweden The Coat-of Arms Stamps 1855-1872<br />

2B-25 0294-0301 Ljungh, Jan-Olof The first stamps of the German Empire, the Eagle<br />

shield stamps and the values 10 and 30 groschen<br />

2B-26 0302-0309 Rietz, Ake Great Britain: Line engraved issues 1840-1870<br />

2B-27 0310-0314 Stommendal,<br />

Peter<br />

Classic Sweden 1855-1872<br />

3B-49 1075-1082 Lithén, Gunnar Cancellations from Swedish steamship mail post<br />

offices from 1869 up to 1951<br />

3B-50 1082-1087 Persson, Göran Cancellations of the Swedish Skilling Banco Stamps<br />

1855-1858<br />

3B-51 1088-1092 Wittsten, Peter Mail between Denmark and Sweden - both ways<br />

1658-1875<br />

3B-66 0315-0322 Ydell, Fredrik Swedish Postal History 1550-1872<br />

3D-11 1317-1321 Sohrne, Björn The Ottman, Turkey and Persian Empires, Postal<br />

Relations, ca 1800 to 1920s.<br />

4-19 1486-1490 Fredriksson, Gert Denmark Postal Stationary 1913-1927, Christian X<br />

Rigth Profile<br />

6B-25 1965-1972 Olason, Anders The American Civil War 1861-1865 - background,<br />

course of events and aftermath<br />

6B-26 1973-1977 Samuelsson,<br />

Tommy<br />

Allied fighter aircraft operations 1939-1945<br />

7C-10 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Special Classic <strong>2022</strong><br />

7C-11 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Sverige 2021<br />

7C-12 Lithén, Gunnar Facit Norden <strong>2022</strong><br />

156


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

Switzerland<br />

1-09 0065-0072 Bergamini,<br />

Adriano<br />

Postal relations between TICINO (Switzerland)<br />

and foreign countries before the UPU<br />

2A-04 0107-0111 Brand, Ruedi Perfins Switzerland and its Postage Control Systems<br />

(up to the Machine Frankings)<br />

2A-05 0112-0116 Farnow, Arnold Switzerland - Imperforate Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> "Strubel"<br />

1854-1863<br />

2A-06 0117-0121 Huwiler, Joe Cross & Numeral / Standing <strong>Helvetia</strong> 1882-1907<br />

2A-07 0122-0126 Keller, Hansruedi Portrait of William Tell<br />

2A-08 0127-0131 Lopez, Roberto Proofs and tests of standing <strong>Helvetia</strong>s<br />

2A-09 0132-0136 SwissPhila The Swiss cantonal stamps and their cancellations<br />

2B-29 0323-0327 Brack, Max Denmark 4 skilling 1854-1863<br />

2B-30 0328-0332 Klausner, Werner Day of the postage stamp in various European<br />

countries with a focus on Switzerland<br />

2B-31 0333-0337 Kraner, Gerhard The special stamps and special postcards from<br />

Federal Republic of Germany from 1949-1953.<br />

2B-32 0338-0345 Werner, Eric The stamps of the Italian Kingdom issued during the<br />

Kingdom of Victor Emanuel II<br />

2B-33 0346-0350 Carlo Rossi Papal States 1852-1870<br />

2B-34 0351-0355 Valdisera Roman States 1852-1870<br />

2B-35 0356-0360 Fjället Sweden's definitive issue 1920-1939<br />

2B-36 0361-0365 Andi's<br />

Briefmarken<br />

Kingdom Yugoslavia<br />

2C-14 0471-0478 Aebi, Fritz Mexico: The Hidalgo in Profile Issue 1872-74<br />

2C-15 0479-0483 Cordier, Jean-<br />

Louis<br />

2C-16 0484-0491 Sotty, Jean-<br />

François<br />

2D-19 0630-0634 Meyerhoff,<br />

Daniel<br />

MEXICAN REVOLUTION – SONORA, THE WHITE<br />

AND GREEN SEAL POSTAGE STAMPS<br />

Peru Classic<br />

The stamp issues of Mauritius under Queen Victoria<br />

1847-1897<br />

2D-20 0635-0642 Emerald Imperforate Classics of the World in Green<br />

157


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3A-02 0689-0693 Bader, Jvo Swiss postal agencies in Italy and France<br />

3A-03 0694-0698 Balimann,<br />

Giovanni<br />

3A-04 0699-0703 Bellini, Gian<br />

Franco<br />

Bulk Mail in Switzerland<br />

(Massensendungen in der Schweiz)<br />

Collection of prephilatelic documents of the county of<br />

Ticino<br />

3A-05 0704-0708 Berger, Thomas Switzerland in the First World War<br />

3A-06 0709-0713 Bernath,<br />

François<br />

The Postal History of the "Alte Eidgenossenschaft"<br />

till the period of the "Helvetic Republic" (1798 -1803)<br />

3A-07 0714-0718 Budel, Alvise SWITZERLAND The Postal rates since 1850<br />

3A-08 0719-0723 Gamma, Claudio Oval radiation postmarks of the Canton Ticino<br />

3A-09 0724-0728 Geissmann,<br />

Christian<br />

Restrictions in Switzerland's International<br />

Postal Connections due to the Second World War<br />

1939-1945<br />

3A-10 0729-0733 Häfeli, Hans Postal History of the Town of Zurich 1602-1900<br />

3A-11 0734-0738 Kuhlmann, René Lettermail: Switzerland to Foreign destination<br />

1862-1883<br />

3A-12 0739-0743 Lachat, Bernard Early oval meter stamps from Switzerland<br />

3A-13 0744-0748 Leggeri, Lorenzo Oval stamps of Ticino and Mesolcina<br />

3A-14 0749-0753 Leuthard, Rolf History of Swiss Army (from the downfall of the Old<br />

Confederation to 1880)<br />

3A-15 0754-0758 Roggo, Diego Postal history of the Lake district (Canton Fribourg)<br />

3A-16 0759-0763 Sägesser, Stefan Postal history Canton Zug from 1700 - 1900<br />

3A-17 0764-0771 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

SWISS LETTER MAIL DURING THE FIRST<br />

FEDERAL PERIOD 1849 - 1854 Cantonal- and<br />

Transitional Stamps, Locals and rayon I, II and III<br />

3A-18 0722-0776 Valesia Valais 1850-1863<br />

3A-19 0777-0781 Totentanz Postal History of Cantonal Lucerne 1850-1910<br />

3B-52 1093-1097 Felder, Franz-<br />

Josef<br />

3B-53 1098-1105 Sprenger,<br />

Markus<br />

Germany: Inflation in the period 1916-1923.<br />

Documentation of the collapse of the currency<br />

through selected postal items<br />

British-Egyptian Censor Marks during World War II<br />

158


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3D-12 1322-1329 Scherer, Eric Prepaid reply cards in international mail -<br />

Historic development and practice of usage<br />

4-20 1491-1498 Bamert, Peter Wells Fargo Express Conquers Mexico<br />

4-21 1499-1503 Dünki, Joos Postal Stationery of the Principality of Liechtenstein<br />

from 1918<br />

4-22 1504-1508 Fink, Peter Aerogram Story<br />

4-23 1509-1516 Lienert, Otmar The System of International Reply Coupons<br />

4-24 1517-1521 Lualdi, Armando<br />

Andreas<br />

Postal History of Switzerland STO, stamped to<br />

private order 1907-1930<br />

5-19 1681-1688 Beer, Peter North Atlantic Catapult Airmail Flights 1928-1935<br />

5-20 1689-1693 Flückiger,<br />

Markus<br />

Military Aviation Switzerland<br />

5-21 1694-1698 Förster, Eckhard The development of drop mail of LZ 127<br />

"Graf Zeppelin" 1928–1936<br />

5-22 1699-1703 Heiniger, Ueli Airmail Switzerland<br />

5-23 1704-1711 Keller, Christian Courrier Sud / Southern Airmails<br />

5-24 1712-1719 Ravasi, Mario SCADTA Development of Colombian airmail<br />

6A-09 1794-1798 Grigorescu,<br />

Razvan<br />

Horse racing, a fascinating world<br />

6A-10 1799-1806 Kaelin, Sylvia I Love Chickens<br />

6A-11 1807-1814 Scheibler, Hans All Scrap or what?<br />

6A-12 1815-1819 Streit, Toni MAMMALS: Human, too human and superhuman<br />

6A-13 1820-1827 Zehnder, Erika Arctophilia/Bearmania - Arctophilie/Bärenmanie<br />

6B-27 1978-1982 Hoffner,<br />

Johannes<br />

The Transition from the German Empire to the<br />

Weimar Republic<br />

6B-28 1983-1990 Märki, Kurt The occidental church building in the high and late<br />

Middle Ages<br />

6B-29 1991-1995 Pfister, Esther The dove: the symbolic and messenger bird<br />

6B-30 1996-2003 Seydoux, Jean-<br />

Marc<br />

Our father the Sun<br />

159


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

6C-08 2051-2055 Tschumi, Marcel Bridges, marvels of the technique from four points of<br />

view<br />

6C-09 2056-2060 Weber, Hans<br />

Jürg<br />

Our drinking Water<br />

7A-48 Bach, Jean-Paul Basle Dove<br />

7A-49 Bader, Jvo Swiss postal agencies in Italy and France<br />

7A-50 Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

7A-51 Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

7A-52 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

7A-53 Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

7B-18 Emmenegger,<br />

Jean-Louis<br />

7C-13 Wiederkehr,<br />

Albrik<br />

A journey in images on Monte Generoso<br />

PTT The Museum of Memories<br />

The first federal postages stamps of Switzerland<br />

letter mail 01.10.1850–30.09.1854<br />

SWISS CANTONAL STAMPS<br />

authentic-fake-falsified<br />

Rhône Philatélie<br />

Handbook of Swiss PTO postal stationery<br />

8-35 2095 Fink, Peter Prisoner of war aerograms World War II<br />

Thailand<br />

2D-21 0643-0650 Utensute, Ukris Thailand; King Bhumibol’s 2nd definitive issue<br />

3D-13 1330-1337 Euarchukiati,<br />

Nuntawat<br />

3D-14 1338-1345 Karnasuta,<br />

Charnchai<br />

3D-15 1346-1350 Sinchawla,<br />

Santpal<br />

Siam: Thai Occupation and World War II<br />

(1943-1946)<br />

Death Railway POW & Civilian Labor Mail, and<br />

Thailand Internee Mail<br />

Early India Mails Using De La Rue & Co<br />

Typographed Stamps<br />

Turkey<br />

2B-37 0366-0373 Erhan, Mehmet<br />

Yamaç<br />

2B-38 0374-0381 Kamil Serdar,<br />

Yazgan<br />

Specialized Turkey 1920-1928<br />

From the Ankara Government to the Turkish<br />

Republic (1920-1928)<br />

160


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3B-54 1106-1110 Erhan, Yelda Rare postal marks used in the early years of the<br />

Turkish Republic 1923-1930<br />

3B-55 1111-1115 Tunaci, Atadan Competition in Ottoman Sea<br />

3B-56 1116-1120 Yilmaz, Hakan Postal History – Province of HÜDAVENDİGAR<br />

7A-54 Oral, Aydin "Postal History of Ottoman Iraq<br />

during the British Occupation<br />

(1914-1924)"<br />

7C-14 Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

7C-15 Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

Surcharged commemoratives stamps for the<br />

opening of Ankaras-Sivas Railway line<br />

Turkish stamps specialized catalogue "The<br />

Government of the Grand National Assembly of<br />

Turkey 1920-1923"<br />

8-36 2096 Artam, Turgay 1862-1863 Tugra Stamps<br />

8-37 2097 Bahar, Yusuf Zeppelin transported mail related to Turkey<br />

Ukraine<br />

2B-39 0382-0386 Frenkel, Dmytro Stamps of RSFSR 1918-1923.<br />

3B-57 1121-1125 Andriy,<br />

Grodetskyy<br />

Postal history of Podolian region within the Russian<br />

Empire<br />

3B-58 1126-1133 Galyna, Filonova «Urgent mail» delivery in Russian Empire,<br />

the RSFSR and the USSR in 1668-1938<br />

3B-59 1134-1138 Semenov, Igor Odessa postal history in 1798-1900<br />

7A-55 Katsman, Vitaliy "Fragments of the history of collecting Zemstvo<br />

stamps and Zemstvo post.<br />

Gallery of famous collectors and researchers of<br />

Zemstvo post.<br />

Illustrated bibliography"<br />

7A-56 Katsman, Vitaliy "Famous collectors and researchers of the Zemstvo post.<br />

Brief biographies. Fragments of collections. in 2 volumes"<br />

United Arab Emirates<br />

2D-22 0651-0655 Ahmad, Omar A Glance on Stamps used in Dubai<br />

2D-23 0656-0660 Alserkal, Nasser Dubai Stamps<br />

3B-60 1139-1143 Awan, Shafiq Postal Markings of Britain<br />

161


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

3D-16 1351-1358 Alserkal, Ahmad A Postal History Study of Air mail from Iraq<br />

(1919-1945)<br />

United Kingdom<br />

2A-10 0137-0144 Hackmey,<br />

Joseph<br />

2C-17 0492-0496 Harman,<br />

Christopher G.<br />

2D-25 0666-0673 Martin-Redman,<br />

Simon<br />

Classic Switzerland<br />

The Early Issues of Peru - From the Pacific Steam<br />

Navigation Company until the UPU<br />

Sarawak - The first forty years 1858-1898<br />

2D-26 0674-0678 Sarian, Atif Egypt - The Third Issue 1872-1879<br />

3B-61 1144-1151 Hedley, Bill Postal Service development in Poszony and its<br />

environs during the Habsburg era to 1900<br />

3B-62 1152-1159 King, Birthe Refugee Camps in Denmark 1945-1949<br />

3B-63 1160-1167 King, Chris The Posts in the City of Lübeck before 1868<br />

3B-64 1168-1175 Pizer, Robin German Parcel Cards to Foreign Countries<br />

1907-1928<br />

3D-18 1359-1366 Wheatley,<br />

Richard<br />

Netherlands East Indies Mail 1789 to GPU (1877)<br />

4-25 1522-1526 Richards , Simon Grenada Postal Stationery<br />

4-26 1527-1531 Walton, Frank Great Britain QEII Registered Envelopes of the<br />

Tudor Rose design<br />

5-25 1720-1724 Athale, Dinar Development of the Indian Air Mail Service<br />

1911-1941<br />

7A-57 Trotter, Brian Rhodesian Philately until 1924 - The British South<br />

Africa Company Period<br />

7A-58 Young, Peter The inks of De La Rue & Co. and their introduction of<br />

synthetic and aniline ingredients c.1850-1910<br />

8-38 2098 Athale, Dinar Indelible Evidence: The History of Forensic Medicine<br />

8-39 2099 Winters, Graham Ceylon, King George V Silver Jubilee Issue<br />

Uruguay<br />

1-10 0073-0080 Britz, Walter Uruguay: Early Issues of the XIX Century<br />

(1856-1862)<br />

162


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

2C-18 0497-0504 Boido, Eduardo Uruguay - "Escuditos" issues 1864-1866<br />

4-27 1532-1539 Charlone,<br />

Rogelio<br />

50 Years of Postal Stationery in Uruguay<br />

6A-14 1828-1832 Bellini, Enzo The Turtles: A Singular Evolutionary Success<br />

USA<br />

2B-40 0387-0394 Zulueta, Alfonso Bosnia-Herzegovinia: Double Eagle Definitive<br />

Issues, 1879-1905<br />

2C-19 0505-0509 Banchik, Mark Vera Cruz Occupation (1914) Traditional Study of<br />

Revenue Stamps<br />

2C-20 0510-0514 Erichson, Jeffrey Engraved Perforated Royal Portraits Issued in<br />

Hawaii 1864-1893<br />

2C-21 0515-0519 Reddington,<br />

Stuart<br />

2D-27 0679-0683 Nassre-Esfahani,<br />

Behruz<br />

Canada Small Queens; 1870-1897<br />

The Dual Currency Issues of Persia, 1881-1885<br />

3B-65 1176-1180 Grassi, Armando The Crimean War<br />

3C-12 1251-1258 Kewriga, Matt United States 1870-88 Bank Note issue Postal<br />

History<br />

3C-13 1259-1263 Rodriguez, Omar Mexico: The Use of the Medallion, Numeral, and<br />

Mulitas Stamps During the Drastic Drop of Rates<br />

When Joining UPU 1884-1900<br />

4-28 1540-1547 Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

British India Queen Victoria Postal Stationary<br />

5-26 1725-1729 Ganz, Cheryl Zeppelins and the United States<br />

5-27 1730-1737 Melamed,<br />

Semyon<br />

Zeppelin Airships and Their Flights<br />

7A-59 Ganz, Cheryl U.S. Zeppelin and Airship Mail Flights<br />

7A-60 Kupiec-<br />

Weglinski, Jerzy<br />

The History of Airmail in Poland and its Contribution<br />

to Airmail Services of Europe (1914-1939)<br />

8-40 2100 Banchik, Mark Overprinted 1929 Black Official Airmail Stamps of<br />

Mexico<br />

8-41 2101 Benninghof,<br />

Robert<br />

The Creation of the Border Between Two Irelands<br />

163


Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Name<br />

Title<br />

8-42 2102 Grinfelds, Vesma Latvia: The First Banknote Stamp and Its overprints<br />

8-43 2103 Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

The 1904 Provisional Issue of Jaipur<br />

Venezuela<br />

1-11 0081-0088 Heister, Knut Venezuela: First "Escuelas" Issue (1871-878)<br />

2C-22 0520-0527 Borberg,<br />

Eduardo<br />

Venezuela: The First American Bank Note Co.<br />

Issues<br />

4-30 1556-1563 Meri, Pedro Venezuela: Postal stationery, new order<br />

IL VOSTRO<br />

PARTNER<br />

PER LA<br />

SICUREZZA<br />

164


Exhibit Listing by Name<br />

Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Abdulwahab,<br />

Nader<br />

5-28 1274-1278 Iraq The Royal Air Force Cairo - Baghdad<br />

Air Mail Service 1921-1927.<br />

Abo luai 8-06 2066 Bahrain Saudi Arabia postal history<br />

Aebi, Fritz 2C-14 0471-0478 Switzerland Mexico: The Hidalgo in Profile Issue<br />

1872-74<br />

Ahmad, Omar 2D-22 0651-0655 United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

A Glance on Stamps used in Dubai<br />

Al Saleh,<br />

Haytham<br />

8-45 2105 Bahrain Bahrain post office initiatives of post<br />

cards<br />

Al-Ismail, Ali 3D-09 1307-1311 State of<br />

Qatar<br />

Kuwait Postal History<br />

Al-Ismail,<br />

Hussain<br />

Al-Ismail,<br />

Shatha<br />

2D-18 0625-0629 State of<br />

Qatar<br />

3D-08 1302-1306 State of<br />

Qatar<br />

Qatar First Definitive Issue<br />

Oman Postal History<br />

Alserkal, Ahmad 3D-16 1351-1358 United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

A Postal History Study of Air mail from<br />

Iraq (1919-1945)<br />

Alserkal,<br />

Nasser<br />

2D-23 0656-0660 United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

Dubai Stamps<br />

Ameel, Saif 7A-22 Iraq Municipalities Fees in Iraq<br />

Amler, Tomáš 8-44 2104 Czech<br />

Republic<br />

1927 4th Postage Due Provisional<br />

Issue (Chainbreaker) 50/150 h<br />

Andi's<br />

Briefmarken<br />

2B-36 0361-0365 Switzerland Kingdom Yugoslavia<br />

Ando, Gensei 4-12 1439-1446 Japan The Japanese Foreign Mail Postcards<br />

Andriy,<br />

Grodetskyy<br />

Arbelaez, Jorge<br />

Enrique<br />

3B-57 1121-1125 Ukraine Postal history of Podolian region within<br />

the Russian Empire<br />

1-02 0009-0016 Colombia Pre-Philatelic letter with content from<br />

Colombia 1531-1859<br />

165


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Ariyoshi,<br />

Nobuto<br />

2A-02 0094-0098 Japan Switzerland postage due stamps<br />

1883-1910<br />

Arnrup, Claes 2B-23 0284-0288 Sweden Adhesive Postage Stamps of the World<br />

1840-1860. From countries that issued<br />

their first stams up to 1 July 1852<br />

Artam, Turgay 8-36 2096 Turkey 1862-1863 Tugra Stamps<br />

Artel, Thomas 3B-47 1065-1069 Slovenia Postal rates and frankings of Slovenia,<br />

Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina<br />

1918-1921<br />

Arvanitis,<br />

Thomas<br />

Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

Association<br />

of Singapore<br />

Philatelists<br />

3B-27 0944-0951 Greece The Prephilatelic period of the Hellenic<br />

Postal Service<br />

7A-41 Singapore Airmails From, Through and to<br />

Singapore and Malaya, Volume 1<br />

7A-42 Singapore China Silver Yuan Stamps<br />

Athale, Dinar 5-25 1720-1724 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Athale, Dinar 8-38 2098 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Development of the Indian Air Mail<br />

Service 1911-1941<br />

Indelible Evidence: The History of<br />

Forensic Medicine<br />

Avramidis,<br />

Pandelis<br />

2B-09 0196-0200 Germany Greece small Hermes Heads<br />

Awan, Shafiq 3B-60 1139-1143 United Arab<br />

Emirates<br />

Postal Markings of Britain<br />

Bach, Jean-<br />

Paul<br />

7A-48 Switzerland Basle Dove<br />

Bader, Jvo 3A-02 0689-0693 Switzerland Swiss postal agencies in Italy and<br />

France<br />

Bader, Jvo 7A-49 Switzerland Swiss postal agencies in Italy and<br />

France<br />

Bahar, Yusuf 8-37 2097 Turkey Zeppelin transported mail related to<br />

Turkey<br />

166


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Balgamwala,<br />

Muhammad Arif<br />

Balimann,<br />

Giovanni<br />

2D-15 0607-0614 Pakistan AFGANISTAN ABDUL RAHMAN<br />

1888-1890 (Circular series)<br />

3A-03 0694-0698 Switzerland Bulk Mail in Switzerland<br />

(Massensendungen in der Schweiz)<br />

Bamert, Peter 4-20 1491-1498 Switzerland Wells Fargo Express Conquers Mexico<br />

Banchik, Mark 2C-19 0505-0509 USA Vera Cruz Occupation (1914)<br />

Traditional Study of Revenue Stamps<br />

Banchik, Mark 8-40 2100 USA Overprinted 1929 Black Official Airmail<br />

Stamps of Mexico<br />

Banette 3B-15 0870-0874 France French Electric Telegraphy in the<br />

Metropolis and in the World from<br />

1850 to 1900<br />

Barak, Izhak 6C-04 2025-2032 Israel The Development of Aviation and<br />

Transformation of Mail by Air until 1914<br />

Barneva,<br />

Lyudmila<br />

Baschwitz,<br />

German<br />

Bassyouny,<br />

Hisham<br />

3B-07 0824-0828 Bulgaria Bulgaria. Post offices of Royal Palaces<br />

& Royal Mail (1886-1946).<br />

4-16 1465-1472 Spain Spain postal stationery of general use<br />

(1873-1938)<br />

2D-04 0546-0553 Egypt British Forces in Egypt Stamps Issued<br />

1932-1939<br />

Bator, Janusz 3B-40 1027-1031 Poland PRZEMYŚL – POSTAL HISTORY<br />

UNTIL 1918<br />

Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

Baumgartner,<br />

Kurt<br />

7A-50 Switzerland A journey in images on Monte<br />

Generoso<br />

7A-51 Switzerland PTT The Museum of Memories<br />

Beer, Peter 5-19 1681-1688 Switzerland North Atlantic Catapult Airmail Flights<br />

1928-1935<br />

Bellini, Enzo 6A-14 1828-1832 Uruguay The Turtles: A Singular Evolutionary<br />

Success<br />

Bellini, Gian<br />

Franco<br />

3A-04 0699-0703 Switzerland Collection of prephilatelic documents of<br />

the county of Ticino<br />

167


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Benchimol,<br />

Jacques<br />

Bendeck,<br />

Sergio Antonio<br />

Benninghof,<br />

Robert<br />

Bergamini,<br />

Adriano<br />

2C-03 0411-0415 Brazil "Dom Pedro II - Emperor of Brazil<br />

American & Continental Bank Note<br />

issues - 1866-1878"<br />

5-07 1606-1610 Honduras The first year of Honduras Air mail,<br />

1925-1933<br />

8-41 2101 USA The Creation of the Border Between<br />

Two Irelands<br />

1-09 0065-0072 Switzerland Postal relations between TICINO<br />

(Switzerland) and foreign countries<br />

before the UPU<br />

Berger, Thomas 3A-05 0704-0708 Switzerland Switzerland in the First World War<br />

Bernath,<br />

François<br />

3A-06 0709-0713 Switzerland The Postal History of the "Alte<br />

Eidgenossenschaft" till the period of the<br />

"Helvetic Republic" (1798-1803)<br />

Bianchi, Paolo 1-07 0049-0056 Monaco Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique)<br />

Blaickner,<br />

Gerhard<br />

3A-01 0684-0688 Austria Schweizer Auslandfrankaturen zur Zeit<br />

der Rayonmarken 1850-1854<br />

Boido, Eduardo 2C-18 0497-0504 Uruguay Uruguay - "Escuditos" issues<br />

1864-1866<br />

Bonnefoy,<br />

Laurent<br />

Borberg,<br />

Eduardo<br />

Bornmann,<br />

Johannes<br />

3B-12 0855-0859 France The 5 F Merson-Type (Metropolitan<br />

France 1900-1932)<br />

2C-22 0520-0527 Venezuela Venezuela: The First American Bank<br />

Note Co. Issues<br />

2D-06 0559-0566 Germany Nepal, Pre-Philately and Classic<br />

Bot, Jacques 5-15 1652-1659 Netherlands Fokker during the Interbellum<br />

Bouda, Pavel 5-03 1577-1584 Czech<br />

Republic<br />

Czechoslovak Airpost 1920-1938<br />

Brack, Max 2B-29 0323-0327 Switzerland Denmark 4 skilling 1854-1863<br />

Brand, Ruedi 2A-04 0107-0111 Switzerland Perfins Switzerland and its Postage<br />

Control Systems (up to the Machine<br />

Frankings)<br />

168


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Bravo, Rodrigo 3C-07 1220-1224 Chile Marcas Postales y Etiquetas de<br />

Servicio Auxiliares a la Obliteración,<br />

Chile 1853-1920<br />

Britz, Walter 1-10 0073-0080 Uruguay Uruguay: Early Issues of the XIX<br />

Century (1856-1862)<br />

Budel, Alvise 3A-07 0714-0718 Switzerland SWITZERLAND The Postal rates since<br />

1850<br />

Buitenkamp,<br />

Henk<br />

Bulgarian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Academy<br />

3B-36 1001-1008 Netherlands Postal Rates and Franking of Slovenia,<br />

Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina<br />

1918-1921<br />

7B-02 Bulgaria Annual Bulletin 2020 including "The<br />

history of the three 'Napoleons' & Civil<br />

censorship of the correspondence in<br />

Bulgaria during the First World War<br />

1914-1918<br />

Burdiat, Nicola 7B-08 Italy L'Intero Postale / The Postal Stationery<br />

Callan, Brian 5-10 1621-1628 Ireland Graf Zeppelin DZ-127 South America<br />

Airmail 1930-1937<br />

Camerer, Martin 3B-16 0875-0879 Germany Letter mail between the Old Italian and<br />

the Old German States 1850-1870<br />

Cangelaris,<br />

Panayotis<br />

8-26 2086 Greece The Mafeking Blues 1900<br />

Carlo Rossi 2B-33 0346-0350 Switzerland Papal States 1852-1870<br />

Casielles,<br />

Daiana Aylen<br />

Casielles,<br />

Miguel<br />

Casielles,<br />

Miguel<br />

Castro-<br />

Harrigan, Alvaro<br />

6A-01 1738-1745 Argentina My friend's dog<br />

2C-01 0395-0402 Argentina San Martin in Oval 1908<br />

7C-01 Argentina Catalogo Especializado de Perforados<br />

Republica Argentina (Specialised<br />

<strong>Catalogue</strong> of Perforated Products<br />

Republic of Argentina)<br />

2C-07 0434-0438 Costa Rica Costa Rica: The Classic Period<br />

1863-1883<br />

169


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Červinka, Miloš 3B-08 0829-0836 Czech<br />

Republic<br />

Development of postal services in<br />

Decin region<br />

Chabros,<br />

Sławek<br />

Charlone,<br />

Rogelio<br />

3B-41 1032-1036 Poland Fight for independence and borders of<br />

Poland 1918-1921<br />

4-27 1532-1539 Uruguay 50 Years of Postal Stationery in<br />

Uruguay<br />

Charrach, Josef 6A-06 1776-1783 Israel Minerals - Their Origin, Exploitation and<br />

Uses<br />

Chaves, Carlos 3C-01 1181-1185 Argentina Argentina-Register Mail from<br />

1878 to 1920<br />

Chazapis,<br />

Costas<br />

3B-28 0952-0956 Greece Greece: The 4th of August regime<br />

(1936-41)<br />

Chen, Ying Dao 3C-05 1207-1214 Brazil Brazil-Portugal Maritime Mail<br />

(1698-1877)<br />

Chio, Hong Chi 7A-28 Macau Research and classification on the<br />

Macau postage stamps errors<br />

Chirescu, Ion 3B-46 1060-1064 Romania Postal services in Romanian<br />

Principalities, 1829-1859<br />

Cieślak,<br />

Ryszard<br />

Consejo,<br />

Eduardo<br />

Constantin<br />

Leonid, Calin<br />

Cordier, Jean-<br />

Louis<br />

8-31 2091 Poland Information - a challenge for secret<br />

services<br />

2B-22 0279-0283 Spain The stamps of the Atogiro flying over<br />

Seville<br />

6B-23 1955-1959 Romania Lions in human culture<br />

2C-15 0479-0483 Switzerland MEXICAN REVOLUTION – SONORA,<br />

THE WHITE AND GREEN SEAL<br />

POSTAGE STAMPS<br />

Costa 5-17 1668-1672 Portugal Postal Air Service Catapult<br />

(North Atlantic)<br />

Cravero,<br />

Roberto Nestor<br />

Croatian Philatelic<br />

Society Zadar<br />

6B-01 1833-1837 Argentina Earth Drawings<br />

7B-04 Croatia Zadarski Filatelist<br />

Cruz, Santiago 2C-05 0421-0428 Colombia Colombia - The Perkins 1917 Issue<br />

170


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Darwish, Khalid 8-05 2065 Bahrain Postal card, from India to Bahrain from<br />

1945 to 1950<br />

De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

De Quesada,<br />

Eugenio<br />

Dedivitis,<br />

Rogério<br />

7A-43 Spain Chasquis<br />

8-34 2094 Spain Mail in hand with "CHASQUIS" in the<br />

viceroyalty of Nueva Granada in XVII<br />

and XVIII centuries<br />

6B-09 1876-1880 Brazil The Nazism and the war: The age of<br />

social catastrophe<br />

Di Lalla, Hector 7A-01 Argentina Development of the railways in<br />

Argentina Ferrocarriles del Oeste y<br />

Norte Study of travelling post marks<br />

1865-1920 Volume I<br />

Di Mento, Eligio 5-11 1629-1633 Italy The Mail by Helicopter in Italy<br />

Diaz, Luis<br />

Fernando<br />

Diaz, Maria<br />

Beatriz<br />

2C-08 0439-0443 Costa Rica Costa Rica: Coat of Arms Issue of 1892<br />

2C-12 0459-0465 Honduras Honduras 1865-1899<br />

Dorr, Elmar 7A-10 Germany Historical forays through the postal<br />

history of the town of Neustadt an der<br />

Haardt<br />

Dorr, Ute 8-25 2085 Germany The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

Dorr, Ute &<br />

Elmar<br />

7A-09 Germany The Orient Express 1883-1914<br />

Dünki, Joos 4-21 1499-1503 Switzerland Postal Stationery of the Principality of<br />

Liechtenstein from 1918<br />

El Eco Filatelico 7A-46 Spain Spanish civil war (VOL V -<br />

EL ECO FILATELICO STUDIES)<br />

Emerald 2D-20 0635-0642 Switzerland Imperforate Classics of the World in<br />

Green<br />

Emmenegger,<br />

Jean-Louis<br />

Engelbrecht,<br />

Lars<br />

7B-18 Switzerland Rhône Philatélie<br />

7A-07 Denmark Postal Stationery of Denmark -<br />

The Bi-coloured issue 1871-1905 &<br />

Danmarks Helsager - Den Tofarvede<br />

Udgave 1871-1905<br />

171


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Enosowa,<br />

Yuichi<br />

Erhan, Mehmet<br />

Yamaç<br />

7A-26 Japan How to Make Your Exhibit for JAPEX<br />

2B-37 0366-0373 Turkey Specialized Turkey 1920-1928<br />

Erhan, Yelda 3B-54 1106-1110 Turkey Rare postal marks used in the<br />

early years of the Turkish Republic<br />

1923-1930<br />

Erichson,<br />

Jeffrey<br />

Euarchukiati,<br />

Nuntawat<br />

2C-20 0510-0514 USA Engraved Perforated Royal Portraits<br />

Issued in Hawaii 1864-1893<br />

3D-13 1330-1337 Thailand Siam: Thai Occupation and<br />

World War II (1943-1946)<br />

Eun, Chong Ho 7A-38 Rep. of Korea Korean Glossary of Philatelic Terms<br />

European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

European<br />

Academy of<br />

Philately<br />

7A-30 Monaco OPUS XIX, Treaty of Versailles and its<br />

Consequences<br />

7A-31 Monaco OPUS XX, The British Empire<br />

7A-32 Monaco OPUS XXI, Germany and its Colonies<br />

Fadli 4-11 1434-1438 Indonesia Postal Cards of Netherlands Indies<br />

1874-1932<br />

Falah, Ali 8-29 2089 Iraq The I.E.F. 'D' Occupation of Mosul in<br />

1919<br />

Fanchini, Louis 8-24 2084 France The Fakes & Forgeries of the Large<br />

Hermes Head of Greece<br />

Farnow, Arnold 2A-05 0112-0116 Switzerland Switzerland - Imperforate Sitting<br />

<strong>Helvetia</strong> "Strubel" 1854-1863<br />

Felder, Franz-<br />

Josef<br />

3B-52 1093-1097 Switzerland Germany: Inflation in the period<br />

1916-1923. Documentation of the<br />

collapse of the currency through<br />

selected postal items<br />

Fesofi 7A-47 Spain Names for philately and Spanish postal<br />

history (Cuadernos de Filatelia 25/25)<br />

172


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Filatelia Hobby 7C-09 Spain Spanish air letter-covers and aerograms<br />

with meters (1947-1986)<br />

Fink, Peter 4-22 1504-1508 Switzerland Aerogram Story<br />

Fink, Peter 8-35 2095 Switzerland Prisoner of war aerograms<br />

World War II<br />

Fisher,<br />

Lawrence<br />

8-30 2090 Israel The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee<br />

Problem and its Perpetuation<br />

Fjället 2B-35 0356-0360 Switzerland Sweden's definitive issue 1920-1939<br />

Flückiger,<br />

Markus<br />

Förster,<br />

Eckhard<br />

5-20 1689-1693 Switzerland Military Aviation Switzerland<br />

5-21 1694-1698 Switzerland The development of drop mail of<br />

LZ 127 "Graf Zeppelin" 1928–1936<br />

Frazão, Luís 3B-45 1055-1059 Portugal Postal History of Portugal in the<br />

Pre-stamp Period<br />

Fredriksson,<br />

Gert<br />

4-19 1486-1490 Sweden Denmark Postal Stationary 1913-1927,<br />

Christian X Rigth Profile<br />

Frenkel, Dmytro 2B-39 0382-0386 Ukraine Stamps of RSFSR 1918-1923.<br />

Frick, Jean 6C-02 2009-2016 France The acoustic<br />

Frohlich, Alfredo 2C-06 0429-0433 Colombia Colombia - The Last classic issue of<br />

1866<br />

Frohlich, Alfredo 8-13 2073 Colombia Replating Colombia's 1861 1 peso<br />

stamp<br />

FSPL<br />

(Luxembourg<br />

Federation),<br />

7B-12 Luxembourg Moniteur du Collectionneur<br />

(Collector's Monitor)<br />

Fuchs, Wilfried 6A-05 1768-1775 Germany The fox and his varied relationship to us<br />

human beings<br />

Fumu, Antonello 3D-04 1279-1283 Italy 1845/85 – The mail service in the North<br />

Africa ports: Alexandria, Tunis, Algiers,<br />

Bone, Philippeville, Oran, Tangier and<br />

Tripoli of Barbary<br />

Galaron Calvo,<br />

Andres<br />

7B-17 Spain Weekly philatelics items in the "DIARIO<br />

DE BURGOS" (2020-22)<br />

173


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Galinos,<br />

Alexandre<br />

Galyna,<br />

Filonova<br />

Gamma,<br />

Claudio<br />

8-27 2087 Greece The French Army of Morea, 1828-1830<br />

3B-58 1126-1133 Ukraine «Urgent mail» delivery in Russian<br />

Empire, the RSFSR and the USSR<br />

in 1668-1938<br />

3A-08 0719-0723 Switzerland Oval radiation postmarks of the Canton<br />

Ticino<br />

Ganz, Cheryl 5-26 1725-1729 USA Zeppelins and the United States<br />

Ganz, Cheryl 7A-59 USA U.S. Zeppelin and Airship Mail Flights<br />

Geissmann,<br />

Christian<br />

3A-09 0724-0728 Switzerland Restrictions in Switzerland's<br />

International Postal Connections due to<br />

the Second World War 1939-1945<br />

Ghazi, Qayyum 6B-02 1838-1842 Bangladesh Canoe, The Amazing Prehistoric<br />

Watercraft of All Time<br />

Ghose,<br />

Chandrajit<br />

Gisbert Llacer,<br />

Miriam<br />

6B-14 1907-1911 India Bicentennial Celebration of<br />

independence of USA in 1976<br />

3B-48 1070-1074 Spain Valencian prephilatelics marks<br />

XVIII-XIX centuries<br />

Glatz, István 3B-29 0957-0964 Hungary Foreign Frankings from Hungary<br />

1900-1918<br />

Glavić, Matej 8-16 2076 Croatia Novska - Traveling post<br />

Gomez-Agüero,<br />

Jose Pedro<br />

Gontier, Jean-<br />

Claude<br />

Grassi,<br />

Armando<br />

Grigorescu,<br />

Razvan<br />

Grinfelds,<br />

Vesma<br />

5-18 1673-1680 Spain Air Mail on Spanish lands (1919-1939)<br />

2B-07 0184-0190 France French commemoratives for Paris<br />

1924 Olympic games set issue and<br />

postal use<br />

3B-65 1176-1180 USA The Crimean War<br />

6A-09 1794-1798 Switzerland Horse racing, a fascinating world<br />

8-42 2102 USA Latvia: The First Banknote Stamp and<br />

Its overprints<br />

174


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Grobenski,<br />

Davor<br />

Grundmann,<br />

Wilhelm<br />

8-20 2080 Croatia Geodesy - Geodetic instruments<br />

3D-01 1264-1268 Germany Mongolia - Land of Genghis Khan. Post<br />

Offices and Postmarks 1878-1939<br />

Gubijan, Željko 2B-02 0153-0160 Croatia Albania 1913-1920<br />

Günnewig,<br />

Franz Josef<br />

3B-17 0880-0887 Germany Norway-German postal history on<br />

mail transport et vice versa up to the<br />

foundation of the UPU<br />

Haasnoot, Arie 7A-33 Netherlands Philatelic Persons Register of<br />

Musicians<br />

Hackmey,<br />

Joseph<br />

2A-10 0137-0144 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Classic Switzerland<br />

Häfeli, Hans 3A-10 0729-0733 Switzerland Postal History of the Town of Zurich<br />

1602-1900<br />

Haque, Farzana 8-07 2067 Bangladesh Health Issues Of New Zealand Post<br />

1929-1966<br />

Harman,<br />

Christopher G.<br />

2C-17 0492-0496 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

The Early Issues of Peru - From the<br />

Pacific Steam Navigation Company<br />

until the UPU<br />

Hedley, Bill 3B-61 1144-1151 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Postal Service development in Poszony<br />

and its environs during the Habsburg<br />

era to 1900<br />

Heimbüchler,<br />

Fritz<br />

3C-09 1233-1240 Germany Collection of the first stamps of Brazil<br />

1843-1870<br />

Heiniger, Ueli 5-22 1699-1703 Switzerland Airmail Switzerland<br />

Heister, Knut 1-11 0081-0088 Venezuela Venezuela: First "Escuelas" Issue<br />

(1871-878)<br />

Hoffner,<br />

Johannes<br />

Homonnay,<br />

Géza<br />

Horin, Horst<br />

Erich<br />

6B-27 1978-1982 Switzerland The Transition from the German Empire<br />

to the Weimar Republic<br />

3B-30 0965-0969 Hungary Hungarian Consular Post Offices in<br />

Romania, 1 May 1867-31 March 1869<br />

3B-02 0787-0794 Austria Field- and military mail under the double<br />

eagle in the German Confederation<br />

1815-1866<br />

175


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Hrvatski Savez<br />

Filatelista<br />

7B-05 Croatia Hrvatski Filatelist<br />

Huo, Huixiao 7B-13 Macau Macau philately "Warmly celebrate<br />

the 40th anniversary of The CLUBE<br />

FILATELICO DE MACAU" (2020)<br />

Huwiler, Joe 2A-06 0117-0121 Switzerland Cross & Numeral / Standing <strong>Helvetia</strong><br />

1882-1907<br />

Huys-Berlingin,<br />

Jan<br />

2B-18 0250-0257 Liechtenstein Belgium's first issue, the EPAULETTES<br />

Iéko, Philippe 6B-04 1848-1852 Belgium Impressionism, a major step in painting<br />

Iordache, Victor 2B-19 0258-0265 Romania Romania 1872-1889<br />

Israël, Alain 6B-12 1891-1898 France The red cross from Solferino to modern<br />

times<br />

Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

Jaiswal,<br />

Sandeep<br />

Jakucewicz,<br />

Stefan<br />

4-28 1540-1547 USA British India Queen Victoria Postal<br />

Stationary<br />

8-43 2103 USA The 1904 Provisional Issue of Jaipur<br />

7A-34 Poland Printing of postage stamps<br />

James 3D-02 1269-1273 India Cochin State Postal History<br />

Jaquard 1-06 0041-0048 Italy "Souvenir du Siège de Paris 1870/1871<br />

Private mail transported by Ballons-<br />

Montés during the Prussian Siege "<br />

Jaretzky, Rolf-<br />

Dieter<br />

Järnum,<br />

Lennart<br />

2C-11 0454-0458 Germany Confederate States of America<br />

2B-24 0289-0293 Sweden Sweden The Coat-of Arms Stamps<br />

1855-1872<br />

jbellido 6B-11 1886-1890 Chile "Simply, Michelangelo" The life and<br />

work of Renaissance Man<br />

Jhingan,<br />

Madhukar<br />

Johnson,<br />

James C<br />

Jung, Soon<br />

Jong<br />

4-10 1429-1433 India Indian Aerogrammes<br />

5-02 1569-1576 Colombia Scadta - Postal routes 1923-1929<br />

6A-08 1789-1793 Rep. of Korea Horses with Human Civilization<br />

176


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Kaelin, Sylvia 6A-10 1799-1806 Switzerland I Love Chickens<br />

Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

Kalinkov<br />

Radenovski, &<br />

Boris Dimitar<br />

Kamil Serdar,<br />

Yazgan<br />

Kaminski,<br />

Philippe<br />

7A-05 Bulgaria The artist soul<br />

7A-06 Bulgaria The future now.<br />

AMPHAT "Sveti Ivan Rilski" - Sofia.<br />

2B-38 0374-0381 Turkey From the Ankara Government to the<br />

Turkish Republic (1920-1928)<br />

3B-13 0860-0864 France British registered mail 1850-1886<br />

Karamitsos, A. 7C-16 Greece Hellas 2020<br />

Karnasuta,<br />

Charnchai<br />

Karniaoutakis,<br />

Nikolaos<br />

Katančević,<br />

Slavoljub<br />

3D-14 1338-1345 Thailand Death Railway POW & Civilian Labor<br />

Mail, and Thailand Internee Mail<br />

7A-15 Greece Large Hermes Heads of Greece<br />

Observations on Identifying and<br />

Classifying the "easier" to follow Values<br />

8-17 2077 Croatia New Zealand Government Life<br />

Insurance Department Issue<br />

1891 to 1981<br />

Kato, Shigeki 2D-11 0587-0591 Japan Japan Chrysanthemum Stamps<br />

1899-1910<br />

Katsman, Vitaliy 7A-56 Ukraine "Famous collectors and researchers of<br />

the Zemstvo post. Brief biographies.<br />

Fragments of collections. in 2 volumes"<br />

Katsman, Vitaliy 7A-55 Ukraine "Fragments of the history of collecting<br />

Zemstvo stamps and Zemstvo post.<br />

Gallery of famous collectors and<br />

researchers of Zemstvo post.<br />

Illustrated bibliography"<br />

Kedia,<br />

Om Prakash<br />

2D-07 0567-0571 India Litho Stamps of Bhopal State<br />

1871-1908<br />

Keller, Christian 5-23 1704-1711 Switzerland Courrier Sud / Southern Airmails<br />

Keller,<br />

Hansruedi<br />

2A-07 0122-0126 Switzerland Portrait of William Tell<br />

177


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Kellow,<br />

Geoffrey<br />

2D-01 0528-0535 Australia The 2d Bell Design of Victoria,<br />

1873-1880<br />

Kewriga, Matt 3C-12 1251-1258 USA United States 1870-88 Bank Note issue<br />

Postal History<br />

Khaitan, Piyush 5-09 1616-1620 India The 1948 Air-India International Flight<br />

to London<br />

Kido, Yusuke 2D-12 0592-0596 Japan Ryukyu Dollar Currency Conversion<br />

Provisional Series<br />

Kim, Heon Sik 2D-17 0620-0624 Rep. of Korea The Second Regular Stamps in<br />

Korea(1951-1953)<br />

King, Chris 3B-63 1160-1167 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

King, Birthe 3B-62 1152-1159 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

The Posts in the City of Lübeck before<br />

1868<br />

Refugee Camps in Denmark 1945-1949<br />

Klamut ,<br />

Andrzej<br />

Klausner,<br />

Werner<br />

3B-42 1037-1041 Poland Austrian base post offices in the Polish<br />

Lands 194-1918<br />

2B-30 0328-0332 Switzerland Day of the postage stamp in various<br />

European countries with a focus on<br />

Switzerland<br />

Kniese, Eric 6B-20 1940-1944 Netherlands A book is more than a story<br />

Kodwavwala,<br />

Muhammad<br />

Rizwan<br />

3D-07 1297-1301 Pakistan Postal Marking of Karachi<br />

Koiwa, Akihiko 3D-06 1289-1296 Japan Indian Campaigns<br />

Kosmala, Jacek 5-16 1660-1667 Poland Airplane services on the Polish<br />

Territories 1914-1939<br />

Kraner, Gerhard 2B-31 0333-0337 Switzerland The special stamps and special<br />

postcards from Federal Republic of<br />

Germany from 1949-1953.<br />

Krauss,<br />

Karlfried<br />

3B-18 0888-0895 Germany Prussia as the Main Link of the<br />

Russian-Polish Mail with the West<br />

(from the beginning until 1875)<br />

178


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Krug,<br />

Hansmichael<br />

Kuhlmann,<br />

René<br />

Kupiec-<br />

Weglinski, Jerzy<br />

Kurghinyan,<br />

Anna<br />

Laakso, Seija-<br />

Riitta<br />

3B-19 0896-0903 Germany Postal traffic between the area of the<br />

Deutsche Reichspost and the United<br />

States of America 4.5.1871-1875<br />

3A-11 0734-0738 Switzerland Lettermail: Switzerland to Foreign<br />

destination 1862-1883<br />

7A-60 USA The History of Airmail in Poland and<br />

its Contribution to Airmail Services of<br />

Europe (1914-1939)<br />

8-01 2061 Armenia "GREAT BRITAIN. Non Value<br />

Indicators.1st Class 1993/2021<br />

(elliptical perforation)<br />

"<br />

7B-06 Finland The Congress Book 2021<br />

Lachat, Bernard 3A-12 0739-0743 Switzerland Early oval meter stamps from<br />

Switzerland<br />

Lador,<br />

Menachem<br />

Lavagnino,<br />

Luca<br />

Leggeri,<br />

Lorenzo<br />

6B-17 1925-1929 Israel 2nd Oldest Profession - Intelligence<br />

Services<br />

7B-09 Italy Cursores<br />

3A-13 0744-0748 Switzerland Oval stamps of Ticino and Mesolcina<br />

Leuthard, Rolf 3A-14 0749-0753 Switzerland History of Swiss Army (from the<br />

downfall of the Old Confederation to<br />

1880)<br />

Lewis, Geoffrey 3B-01 0782-0786 Australia Mail Routes in the Atlantic, Pacific and<br />

Indian Oceans, plus the routes between<br />

the oceans<br />

Licata, Giovanni 6B-18 1930-1934 Italy The Maya<br />

Liebermann,<br />

Hartmut<br />

3B-20 0904-0908 Germany Postmarks in Bohemia and Moravia<br />

during the post-war period after WW II<br />

Lienert, Otmar 4-23 1509-1516 Switzerland The System of International Reply<br />

Coupons<br />

Lim, Lik 7A-29 Malaysia 1998 XVI Commonwealth Games<br />

179


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Lind, Armin 3B-03 0795-0802 Austria Money- and Value - Letters in Austria<br />

Lithén, Gunnar 3B-49 1075-1082 Sweden Cancellations from Swedish steamship<br />

mail post offices from 1869 up to 1951<br />

Lithén, Gunnar 7C-10 Sweden Facit Special Classic <strong>2022</strong><br />

Lithén, Gunnar 7C-11 Sweden Facit Sverige 2021<br />

Lithén, Gunnar 7C-12 Sweden Facit Norden <strong>2022</strong><br />

Ljungh, Jan-<br />

Olof<br />

Logette, Jean-<br />

François<br />

2B-25 0294-0301 Sweden The first stamps of the German Empire,<br />

the Eagle shield stamps and the values<br />

10 and 30 groschen<br />

4-07 1411-1415 France Essays, Proofs and Blocks of 4 of the<br />

Rome model International reply coupon<br />

Lopez, Roberto 2A-08 0127-0131 Switzerland Proofs and tests of standing <strong>Helvetia</strong>s<br />

Lővei, György 5-08 1611-1615 Hungary Chapters of the Hungarian air mail -<br />

Foreign destinations from the beginning<br />

up to 31.12.1933.<br />

Lualdi, Armando<br />

Andreas<br />

Maandblad<br />

Filatelie<br />

Madiraju,<br />

Lokeswara Rao<br />

4-24 1517-1521 Switzerland Postal History of Switzerland STO,<br />

stamped to private order 1907-1930<br />

7B-14 Netherlands Filatelie<br />

7A-17 India Buddhism on Stamps<br />

Mádl, Tomáš 7C-04 Czech<br />

Republic<br />

BIENNALE 2020<br />

Mahalingan,<br />

Ramachandran<br />

2D-08 0572-0576 India Kingdom of Cochin<br />

Mąka, Zdzisław 7A-36 Poland Historia Poczty w Szczecinie<br />

(Postal History in Szczecin)<br />

Malm, Torben 2B-04 0166-0173 Denmark Service Stamps of Denmark 1871-1924<br />

Manzati,<br />

Claudio Ernesto<br />

Mario<br />

7A-23 Italy Postal History of Tuscany: 1851-1862<br />

Maras, Julije 6A-02 1746-1751 Croatia Gold & Golden<br />

180


Name<br />

Exhibit<br />

Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

Country<br />

Title<br />

Maréchal, René 5-04 1585-1589 France Airmail across the Aegean Sea<br />

(1929-1947)<br />

Maria, Luciano 3D-05 1284-1288 Italy Ethiopia: the pre-UPU period<br />

Marka Nova<br />

D.O.O.<br />

7C-03 Croatia Acta Philatelic Nova 2021<br />

Märki, Kurt 6B-28 1983-1990 Switzerland The occidental church building in the<br />

high and late Middle Ages<br />

Martens, Sven 3B-21 0909-0913 Germany German Imperial Post - Postal rates for<br />

foreign destinations from 1875 and the<br />

development into the UPU tariffs<br />

Martinez<br />

Herñandez,<br />

Manuel<br />

4-17 1473-1480 Spain Postal stationery type "MATRONA"<br />

1931-1936<br />

Martin-Redman,<br />

Simon<br />

Martins Neto,<br />

Braz<br />

2D-25 0666-0673 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Sarawak - The first forty years<br />

1858-1898<br />

6B-08 1871-1875 Brazil Rule of Law - Defense and Breach<br />

Mathà, Thomas 3B-32 0978-0982 Italy Postal relations between Papal States<br />

and Lombardy Venetia 1815-1852<br />

McMahon, Ian 4-01 1372-1379 Australia Envelopes and Postcards of Canada<br />

McMahon, Ian 7B-01 Australia Postal Stationery Collector<br />

Meer Kossoy, 7C-06 Israel Forms of receipts and stamped paper<br />

for the Post Department 1807-1864<br />

Mejía, Mauricio 5-29 1241-1245 Honduras First and special flights from and to<br />

Honduras<br />

Melamed,<br />

Semyon<br />

Melone,<br />

Francesco<br />

5-27 1730-1737 USA Zeppelin Airships and Their Flights<br />

2B-15 0232-0239 Italy Naples<br />

Meri, Pedro 4-30 1556-1563 Venezuela Venezuela: Postal stationery, new order<br />

Meyerhoff,<br />

Daniel<br />

2D-19 0630-0634 Switzerland The stamp issues of Mauritius under<br />

Queen Victoria 1847-1897<br />

Milu, Constantin 2B-20 0266-0273 Romania The stamps for first Olympic Games<br />

Mohan, K S 2D-09 0577-0581 India Study of Service Stamps of Cochin<br />

Mokhtar, Tarek 8-22 2082 Egypt Shibin El-Kom Postmarks 1870-1922<br />

181


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Number<br />

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Møller, Klaus 2D-03 0541-0545 Denmark The New Zealand Chalon Issues<br />

1855-1873<br />

Morani, Vittorio 1-05 0033-0040 Italy "Tuscany 1836 to GPU<br />

(up to 30th June 1875)"<br />

Letter mail in, from and to Tuscany:<br />

routes, rates and charges"<br />

Mortensen, Per<br />

Friis<br />

Moscatelli,<br />

Jorge Eduardo<br />

2A-01 0089-0093 Denmark Switzerland, The First Meter Stamp -<br />

The Oval type 1924-1962<br />

2C-02 0403-0410 Argentina Argentina Definitive Issues 1923-1935<br />

Mouat, Cristian 2C-04 0416-0420 Chile Chile: The Peso Bronce Issue<br />

1904-1909. Includes the overprinted<br />

issue "Islas de Juan Fernandez" from<br />

1910<br />

Mouritsen,<br />

Henrik<br />

7A-08 Denmark Danish Postal History 1875-1907.<br />

Danish postal rates, regulations and<br />

rarity information 01/Jan/1875-30/<br />

Sep/1907 for all types of domestic<br />

and international mail, including an<br />

extensive study of the transition to UPU<br />

and its developments during its first<br />

2 years of existence<br />

Muhonen, Ari 3B-10 0845-0849 Finland Finland special agreements 1922-1945<br />

Munir, M M<br />

Salman<br />

Muntean,<br />

Marius<br />

Naji, Abdulnasir<br />

Hilal<br />

Nanjee, Afzal<br />

Hussain<br />

Nassre-<br />

Esfahani,<br />

Behruz<br />

4-02 1380-1384 Bangladesh Postal stationery of Natal 1885-1912<br />

6B-24 1960-1964 Romania Ballet<br />

2B-14 0227-0231 Iraq Portraits of The Three Kings of Iraq and<br />

their Surcharges<br />

2D-16 0615-0619 Pakistan Ottoman Empire (Turkey): The Study of<br />

Arms Issue<br />

2D-27 0679-0683 USA The Dual Currency Issues of Persia,<br />

1881-1885<br />

Natarajan, Kiran 7A-18 India The Long Sea Route - a remarkable<br />

postal circuit between Imperial Russia &<br />

British India<br />

182


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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Nembrini,<br />

Giovanni<br />

Nikkanen,<br />

Janne<br />

3B-33 0983-0987 Italy The Postal Relationship between Italy<br />

and France 1850-1875<br />

3B-11 0850-0854 Finland The Development of Espoo Municipality<br />

Post 1760-1918<br />

Nikolov, Nikola 8-11 2071 Bulgaria Censorship at the Bulgarian divisional<br />

military regions during the World War I<br />

(1915-1918)<br />

Novaković,<br />

Damir<br />

8-18 2078 Croatia The use of first Yugoslav Definitive<br />

Issue (1945) Denominated in<br />

Occupation Currency<br />

Noviandi, Gita 6B-16 1917-1924 Indonesia One World, One Promise<br />

Okniński,<br />

Roman<br />

3B-43 1042-1049 Poland Post activities in the Kingdom of Galicia<br />

and Lodomeria to 1867<br />

Olason, Anders 6B-25 1965-1972 Sweden The American Civil War 1861-1865<br />

- background, course of events and<br />

aftermath<br />

Olli, Marcus 2B-06 0179-0183 Finland Helsinki Citypost 1866-1891<br />

Op den Camp,<br />

Jan G.<br />

3B-37 1009-1013 Netherlands Origin and development of the postal<br />

service in the Lower Rhine region<br />

until 1871, with its important local and<br />

international aspects<br />

Oral, Aydin 7A-54 Turkey "Postal History of Ottoman Iraq<br />

during the British Occupation<br />

(1914-1924)"<br />

Papadopoulos,<br />

Alexios<br />

Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

Papuççuoglu,<br />

Bülent<br />

Paquet,<br />

Jacques<br />

8-28 2088 Greece Commercial Zeppelin Letter mail to/<br />

from South America in 1936<br />

7C-14 Turkey Surcharged commemoratives stamps<br />

for the opening of Ankaras-Sivas<br />

Railway line<br />

7C-15 Turkey Turkish stamps specialized catalogue<br />

"The Government of the Grand National<br />

Assembly of Turkey 1920-1923"<br />

6B-05 1853-1860 Belgium The Gothic Cathedral between God and<br />

Men<br />

183


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Perneczky,<br />

László<br />

Peroche,<br />

Bernard<br />

Perricone,<br />

Giulio<br />

7A-16 Hungary Reverent Memory of Raoul Wallenberg<br />

in Philately<br />

2B-08 0191-0195 France 0,50 F Marianne de Béquet stamp:<br />

design, manufacture and production<br />

2B-16 0240-0244 Italy Kingdom of Sicily 1859-1860<br />

Persson, Göran 3B-50 1082-1087 Sweden Cancellations of the Swedish Skilling<br />

Banco Stamps 1855-1858<br />

Petauer,<br />

Boštjan<br />

Petauer,<br />

Boštjan<br />

2B-21 0274-0278 Slovenia Charity overprints on Bosnian definitive<br />

1914-1915<br />

8-32 2092 Slovenia Yugoslavia to USA air mail rates<br />

1945-1965<br />

Pfister, Esther 6B-29 1991-1995 Switzerland The dove: the symbolic and messenger<br />

bird<br />

Picconi,<br />

Salvatore<br />

Pinet, Ricardo<br />

Jorge<br />

Piwko,<br />

Krzysztof<br />

6B-19 1935-1939 Italy San Marino: History of ancient land of<br />

the freedom<br />

6B-10 1881-1885 Brazil A Brief View to Brazil by a Brazilianist<br />

3B-44 1050-1054 Poland Local Posts in occupied Poland<br />

1914-1918<br />

Pizer, Robin 3B-64 1168-1175 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Porto Jr.,<br />

Rubem<br />

Quinhone,<br />

Gerson<br />

Rahman,<br />

A.H.M. Faizur<br />

Ramachandran,<br />

Madhav<br />

German Parcel Cards to Foreign<br />

Countries 1907-1928<br />

3C-06 1215-1219 Brazil Censored Brazilian Mail: 1914 to 1939<br />

8-10 2070 Brazil A Tribute to the Urban Legion<br />

2D-02 0536-0540 Bangladesh Postage stamps of Bangladesh on the<br />

United Nations<br />

2D-10 0582-0586 India British India<br />

Ravasi, Mario 5-24 1712-1719 Switzerland SCADTA Development of Colombian<br />

airmail<br />

Reddington,<br />

Stuart<br />

2C-21 0515-0519 USA Canada Small Queens; 1870-1897<br />

Redžep, Željko 8-19 2079 Croatia Trappist Cheese from Banja Luka,<br />

Bosnia<br />

184


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Reim, Pablo<br />

Alejandro<br />

Reinhold,<br />

Henke<br />

Renaud,<br />

Jacques<br />

3C-02 1186-1193 Argentina The Argentine Stage-Coach Monks<br />

(1852-1870)<br />

2B-10 0201-0208 Germany Berlin victim and housing imprint<br />

(Notopfer Berlin und Wohnungsbau<br />

Aufdrucke)<br />

5-05 1590-1597 France Commercial and private mail carried by<br />

German airships mechanical postage<br />

period 1928-1935<br />

Restaino, Luca 5-12 1634-1638 Italy The Balbo Cruise in 1933<br />

Riccitelli, Flavio 5-13 1639-1643 Italy The contribution of Zeppelins in the<br />

development of the German Aeropostal<br />

System from/to South America<br />

(1934-1937)<br />

Richards ,<br />

Simon<br />

4-25 1522-1526 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Grenada Postal Stationery<br />

Riera, Manuel 6A-03 1752-1759 France Chelonians (Turtles)<br />

Rietz, Ake 2B-26 0302-0309 Sweden Great Britain: Line engraved issues<br />

1840-1870<br />

Rigo, Franco 3B-34 0988-0995 Italy Venice, the contagion, the quarantine,<br />

the disenfection, the quarantine hospitals<br />

(postal history of the health office from<br />

the xvi to the xix century)<br />

Rigo, Franco 7A-24 Italy Venice and the Levant - Bailo Palace in<br />

Constantinople -The mail XIV° - XVII°<br />

century<br />

Rodriguez<br />

Piñero, Jose<br />

Carlos<br />

Rodriguez,<br />

Omar<br />

4-18 1481-1485 Spain Postal stationery of Mexico "Serie<br />

Mulitas"<br />

3C-13 1259-1263 USA Mexico: The Use of the Medallion,<br />

Numeral, and Mulitas Stamps During<br />

the Drastic Drop of Rates When Joining<br />

UPU 1884-1900<br />

Roggo, Diego 3A-15 0754-0758 Switzerland Postal history of the Lake district<br />

(Canton Fribourg)<br />

Rojas, Jorge 8-12 2072 Chile Chile Double Postmarked envelopes<br />

1928-1972<br />

185


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Rothenburg,<br />

Jacques<br />

Rouch,<br />

Bernadette<br />

Ryoo, Sang<br />

Boom<br />

Sägesser,<br />

Stefan<br />

6A-04 1760-1767 France Beautiful as a rose !<br />

6C-03 2017-2024 France Wood: an Inventory<br />

6B-22 1950-1954 Rep. of Korea One Century of Western Painting after<br />

French Revolution<br />

3A-16 0759-0763 Switzerland Postal history Canton Zug<br />

from 1700 - 1900<br />

Saito, Tamaki 2B-17 0245-0249 Japan Lombardy Venetia the 1850 Issue<br />

Salam, Hany 1-03 0017-0024 Egypt Egypt: Maritime Mail Routes,<br />

19th Century<br />

Salzmann,<br />

Hans-Werner<br />

Samuelsson,<br />

Tommy<br />

7A-11 Germany "Von der Wiege bis zur Bahre"<br />

- Panorama der französischen<br />

Fiskalphila<br />

6B-26 1973-1977 Sweden Allied fighter aircraft operations<br />

1939-1945<br />

Sancho, Cesar 4-04 1393-1397 Costa Rica Costa Rica 1923. The First Locally<br />

Manufactured Postal Stationery<br />

Sarian, Atif 2D-26 0674-0678 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Egypt - The Third Issue 1872-1879<br />

Sarlak, Behrouz 4-08 1416-1420 Germany Postal stationery Persia 1875-1945<br />

Sauma, Pablo 8-14 2074 Costa Rica Commemorative Stamps for Costa<br />

Rica's First Philatelic <strong>Exhibition</strong> of 1932<br />

Sauma, Pablo 8-15 2075 Costa Rica 1945 Overprint on 1927 Telegraph<br />

Stamps<br />

Sauvaître,<br />

Jean-Marie<br />

Schädlich,<br />

Klaus<br />

Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

6B-13 1899-1906 France My journey in freemasonry<br />

3B-22 0914-0920 Germany Postmark in the principality<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

3A-17 0764-0771 Switzerland SWISS LETTER MAIL DURING THE<br />

FIRST FEDERAL PERIOD 1849-1854<br />

Cantonal- and Transitional Stamps,<br />

Locals and rayon I, II and III<br />

186


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

Schaefer,<br />

Richard<br />

7A-52 Switzerland The first federal postages stamps<br />

of Switzerland letter mail<br />

01.10.1850–30.09.1854<br />

7A-53 Switzerland SWISS CANTONAL STAMPS<br />

authentic-fake-falsified<br />

Scheer, André 6C-06 2038-2045 Netherlands Masks of the Universe<br />

Scheibler, Hans 6A-11 1807-1814 Switzerland All Scrap or what?<br />

Scherer, Eric 3D-12 1322-1329 Switzerland Prepaid reply cards in international mail<br />

- Historic development and practice of<br />

usage<br />

Selig, Heinz 3B-23 0921-0925 Germany Postal History of the hamlet Lauenau<br />

Selis, Luc 3B-06 0816-0823 Belgium Ocean Letters<br />

Semenov, Igor 3B-59 1134-1138 Ukraine Odessa postal history in 1798-1900<br />

Seydoux,<br />

Jean-Marc<br />

Sharma,<br />

Dinesh<br />

Sharma,<br />

Dinesh<br />

6B-30 1996-2003 Switzerland Our father the Sun<br />

6B-15 1912-1916 India Summer Olympic Games<br />

7A-19 India Olympic Flame & Torch Relay<br />

Shoda, Yukihiro 7A-27 Japan Brazil Classic Philately<br />

Siebert, Werner 3B-24 0926-0933 Germany History of the postal service in German<br />

Southwest Africa<br />

Simonyan,<br />

Suren<br />

Sinchawla,<br />

Santpal<br />

Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

Sociedad<br />

Filatelica de<br />

Madrid<br />

8-02 2062 Armenia Postage stamps of the First Republic of<br />

Armenia 1919-1920. Overprints on the<br />

Russian Empire postage stamp with 1<br />

kopeyka face value<br />

3D-15 1346-1350 Thailand Early India Mails Using De La Rue & Co<br />

Typographed Stamps<br />

7A-44 Spain Philatelic and postal curiosities in time<br />

of pandemic<br />

7A-45 Spain Postal history of Cuba 1851-1858<br />

(4 VOL)<br />

187


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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

Soebardi,<br />

Soehardjo<br />

Sofia Philatelic<br />

Society<br />

7A-20 Indonesia Pak Harto the Footmarks on Postage<br />

Stamps<br />

7A-21 Indonesia 50 Soeharto’s Initiatives for Indonesia &<br />

the World on Postage Stamps<br />

7C-02 Bulgaria <strong>Catalogue</strong> of the Bulgarian stamps<br />

(1879-2019)<br />

Sohrne, Björn 3D-11 1317-1321 Sweden The Ottman, Turkey and Persian<br />

Empires, Postal Relations, ca 1800 to<br />

1920s.<br />

Soll, Hans-<br />

Joachim<br />

3B-25 0934-0938 Germany The postal infrastructure of German<br />

East Africa 1890-1917<br />

Soreil, Charlotte 6B-06 1861-1865 Belgium And the Man created his face<br />

Sorour, Yacoub 3D-10 1312-1316 State of<br />

Qatar<br />

Aden Postal History<br />

Sotty, Jean-<br />

François<br />

2C-16 0484-0491 Switzerland Peru Classic<br />

Spieler, Rudolf 1-01 0001-0008 Austria AAA - All About Automobiles<br />

Sprenger,<br />

Markus<br />

Springer,<br />

Renate &<br />

Christian<br />

3B-53 1098-1105 Switzerland British-Egyptian Censor Marks during<br />

World War II<br />

7A-12 Germany COLOGNE 1945-1947 –<br />

The Path to Normality after World War II<br />

Steinbach, Willi 2B-11 0209-0213 Germany Greece large Hermes Heads<br />

Stepniczka,<br />

Heinrich<br />

Stommendal,<br />

Peter<br />

Storckenfeldt,<br />

Douglas<br />

3B-04 0803-0810 Austria Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia<br />

(1815-1866)<br />

2B-27 0310-0314 Sweden Classic Sweden 1855-1872<br />

1-08 0057-0064 Sweden Iceland until 1901<br />

Streit, Toni 6A-12 1815-1819 Switzerland MAMMALS: Human, too human and<br />

superhuman<br />

Suri, Anil 2C-13 0466-0470 India Stamps of Uruguay, The Waterlow<br />

Issues 1889-1954<br />

Süss, Peter 4-09 1421-1428 Germany The Postal Cards of Mexico 1879-1890<br />

188


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Suys, Jean-<br />

Pierre<br />

6B-07 1866-1870 Belgium From body sounds to sound bodies<br />

SwissPhila 2A-09 0132-0136 Switzerland The Swiss cantonal stamps and their<br />

cancellations<br />

Tasmanian<br />

Philatelic<br />

Society Inc.<br />

Taurinskaite,<br />

Dalia<br />

7A-02 Australia Tasmanian Postal Stationery<br />

8-03 2063 Armenia Caution - Poisonous mushrooms!<br />

Teo Bee Yen 7A-40 Singapore YILIN Philately 2020<br />

The Philatelic<br />

Federation of<br />

Korea<br />

Tillard, Jean-<br />

Jacques<br />

7B-16 Rep. of Korea Philatelic Monthly "WOOPYO" 2020<br />

1-04 0025-0032 France The overprints of St. Pierre et Miquelon<br />

in the 19th century<br />

Todorov, Orlin 2B-01 0145-0152 Bulgaria Small lion issues (1889-1901)<br />

Todorov, Orlin 4-03 1385-1392 Bulgaria Classic Postal Stationeries of Bulgaria<br />

(1879-1898)<br />

Tomc, Alojz 8-33 2093 Slovenia The Italian Military post office No.59<br />

during World War II<br />

Totentanz 3A-19 0777-0781 Switzerland Postal History of Cantonal Lucerne<br />

1850-1910<br />

Trinquier, Alain 3B-14 0865-0869 France Use of Mouchon type stamps on mail<br />

from France (1900-1906)<br />

Trotter, Brian 7A-57 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Rhodesian Philately until 1924 - The<br />

British South Africa Company Period<br />

Trzeciak,<br />

Patrice<br />

5-06 1598-1605 France Transatlantic Airmail Services During<br />

WW2<br />

Tsachor, Yacov 3B-31 0970-0977 Israel France - The Perforated Ceres: Routes<br />

& Postmarks, 1871-1878<br />

Tschumi, Marcel 6C-08 2051-2055 Switzerland Bridges, marvels of the technique from<br />

four points of view<br />

Tunaci, Atadan 3B-55 1111-1115 Turkey Competition in Ottoman Sea<br />

Tuori, Jussi 4-06 1406-1410 Finland Finland M/30 postal stationery<br />

189


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Union of the<br />

Bulgarian<br />

Philatelists<br />

7B-03 Bulgaria Philatelen pregled / Philatelic review<br />

magazine<br />

Utensute, Ukris 2D-21 0643-0650 Thailand Thailand: King Bhumibol’s 2nd definitive<br />

issue<br />

Vaccari Srl 7B-10 Italy Vaccari Magazine Nr. 63<br />

Vaccari Srl 7B-11 Italy Vaccari Magazine Nr. 64<br />

Vaccari Srl 7C-05 Italy Some hits of Milanese history from the<br />

XIV to XIX century - The Post in Milan<br />

1849-1859. <strong>Catalogue</strong> of cancellations<br />

and postmarks in Milan post office<br />

Valdisera 2B-34 0351-0355 Switzerland Roman States 1852-1870<br />

Vale do Neiva,<br />

Associação<br />

Filatelia<br />

7B-15 Portugal Vale do Neiva Filatélico<br />

Valesia 3A-18 0722-0776 Switzerland Valais 1850 - 1863<br />

Van der Horst,<br />

Hans<br />

Van Laere,<br />

Roger<br />

3B-38 1014-1018 Netherlands The Netherlands; messages via the<br />

Red Cross during World War 2<br />

3C-04 1202-1206 Belgium History of the Borders of Peru and<br />

Bolivia<br />

van Nies, Peter 6B-21 1945-1949 Netherlands CARNIVAL, more than three foolish<br />

days!<br />

Vaníček, Vít 1-12 0837-0844 Czech<br />

Republic<br />

Postal History of Czech Lands<br />

(From the Beginning until 1867)<br />

Vaz Pereira,<br />

Pedro Marçal<br />

7A-37 Portugal Os Correios Portugueses 1853-1900<br />

nos 500 Anos do Correio em Portugal.<br />

The Portuguese Post Office 1853-1900<br />

in the 500 Years of the Post Office in<br />

Portugal<br />

Veneri, Aniello 3B-35 0996-1000 Italy Postal services in Italy 1945-1957<br />

Villard, Olivier 3C-03 1194-1201 Argentina Overseas Mail form and to Argentina<br />

(1852-1878)<br />

Vogt, Ronny 5-01 1564-1568 Argentina Argentina Airmails 1912-1939<br />

190


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Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

VÖPh 7A-03 Austria 100 Jahre VÖPh<br />

Walton, Frank 4-26 1527-1531 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Great Britain QEII Registered<br />

Envelopes of the Tudor Rose design<br />

Wayman, Giana 4-05 1398-1405 Costa Rica 19th Century Postal Stationery of Costa<br />

Rica and their usage<br />

Weber, Hans<br />

Jürg<br />

Weber,<br />

Reinhard<br />

6C-09 2056-2060 Switzerland Our drinking Water<br />

2D-05 0554-0558 Finland Straits Settlements Sultanat Johor<br />

1885-1940<br />

Weis, Klaus 3B-26 0939-0943 Germany The Development of the Local<br />

Postmarks in the Later Grand Duchy<br />

Baden 1723-1871<br />

Werner, Eric 2B-32 0338-0345 Switzerland The stamps of the Italian Kingdom<br />

issued during the Kingdom of Victor<br />

Emanuel II<br />

Wewer, Heinz 7A-13 Germany Spuren des Terrors. Postalische<br />

Zeugnisse zum System der deutschen<br />

Konzentrationslager (Traces of Terror.<br />

The System of German Concentration<br />

Camps as reflected in Postal<br />

Documents)<br />

Wewer, Heinz 7A-14 Germany Spuren der Vernichtung. Stationen der<br />

"Endlösung" im Zeugnis postalischer<br />

Dokumente (Traces of Annihilation.<br />

Stages of the "Final Solution" as<br />

reflected in Postal Documents)<br />

Wheatley,<br />

Richard<br />

3D-18 1359-1366 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Netherlands East Indies Mail 1789 to<br />

GPU (1877)<br />

Wiederkehr,<br />

Albrik<br />

7C-13 Switzerland Handbook of Swiss PTO postal<br />

stationery<br />

Wiersma, Hotze 3B-39 1019-1026 Netherlands Border cross mail 1668-1810, exhibited<br />

by letters related to Holland<br />

Wilhelms,<br />

Georg<br />

2B-12 0214-0221 Germany Czechoslovakia, 'The Hradcany Issue'<br />

191


Name<br />

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Number<br />

Frame<br />

Number<br />

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Title<br />

Winters,<br />

Graham<br />

8-39 2099 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

Ceylon, King George V Silver Jubilee<br />

Issue<br />

Wirges, Werner 2B-13 0222-0226 Germany The II. Kontrollratsausgabe 1947/1948,<br />

printing idiosyncrasies and the variety<br />

of uses up to the currency reform as<br />

tenfold franking<br />

Wittsten, Peter 3B-51 1088-1092 Sweden Mail between Denmark and Sweden -<br />

both ways 1658-1875<br />

Xavier, Paul 8-04 2064 Australia Fiji KGVI - The Omnibus<br />

Commemoratives<br />

Yamazaki,<br />

Fumio<br />

4-13 1447-1454 Japan Hawaiian Postal Stationery<br />

Ydell, Fredrik 3B-66 0315-0322 Sweden Swedish Postal History 1550-1872<br />

Yilmaz, Hakan 3B-56 1116-1120 Turkey Postal History – Province of<br />

HÜDAVENDİGAR<br />

Yoo, Yong Sang 6C-07 2046-2050 Rep. of Korea The Endless Challenges-Aviation<br />

Stories<br />

Yoshida,<br />

Takashi<br />

2A-03 0099-0106 Japan Classic Switzerland<br />

Young, Peter 7A-58 United<br />

Kingdom<br />

The inks of De La Rue & Co. and their<br />

introduction of synthetic and aniline<br />

ingredients c.1850-1910<br />

Yousef, Ahmed 8-23 2083 Egypt 1897 Provisionally Overprinted<br />

Egyptian Stamps in The Sudan<br />

Zanaria, Angelo 7A-25 Italy 1867-1870 From Mentana to Porta Pia -<br />

Postal History of the capture of Rome<br />

Zehnder, Erika 6A-13 1820-1827 Switzerland Arctophilia/Bearmania - Arctophilie/<br />

Bärenmanie<br />

Zulueta, Alfonso 2B-40 0387-0394 USA Bosnia-Herzegovinia: Double Eagle<br />

Definitive Issues, 1879-1905<br />

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Public Academic Seminar<br />

Padiglione Conza, Lugano, Switzerland, Sunday 22 May <strong>2022</strong><br />

Consilium Philateliae Helveticae (CPhH)<br />

European Academy of Philately (AEP)<br />

Académie de philatélie (France)<br />

Time Lecturer Country Title<br />

10:00 - 10:05 Welcome (Jean Voruz, President CPhH & AEP)<br />

10:05 - 10:25 Robert Abensur FR From France to Ticino via the Sardinian Route<br />

(1829-1849)<br />

10:25 - 10:45 Gerhard Blaickner AT Outgoing Postage at the time of the RAYON Stamps<br />

(1850-1854)<br />

10:45 - 11:05 Jérôme Castanet FR International Postcards:<br />

Particular Rules of the UGP Period (1875-1879)<br />

11:05 - 11:25 Giovanni Balimann CH The Collapse of the Latin Monetary Union<br />

in Switzerland (1920-1921)<br />

11:25 - 11:45 Hubert Caprasse BE The 1845-85 History of Finland<br />

as I see it through Traditional Philately<br />

11:45 - 12:00 Presentation OPUS <strong>2022</strong> (yearly AEP publication) dedicated to Switzerland<br />

12:00 - 12:15 CPhH & AEP Awards Presentation<br />

193


Präsident: Jean-Paul Bach, Schöllenenstrasse 2, 4054 Basel, Tel: 0041 61 281 81 15, info@bach-philatelie.ch<br />

Sekretariat: Hans Schwarz, Postfach 2, 5022 Rombach, Tel: 0041 79 422 15 00, sbhv@schwarzpr.ch<br />

Ankersmit Hein Rebweg 1<br />

8115 Hüttikon<br />

Auction Agent<br />

Switzerland GmbH,<br />

Hanspeter Thalmann<br />

Langrütistr. 9<br />

8820 Wädenswil<br />

Avi Helmuth Via Longhena 3<br />

6900 Lugano<br />

Bach Jean-Paul Schöllenenstrasse 2<br />

4054 Basel<br />

Bietenholz Philatelie AG,<br />

Promberger Kurth<br />

Briefmarken <strong>Helvetia</strong>,<br />

Wyss Adrian<br />

Briefmarken Schneider,<br />

Schneider Martin<br />

Büchel Helmut,<br />

SwissPhila<br />

Corinphila Auktionen AG,<br />

Clavel Antoine + Louis Karl<br />

Cuche Philatélie SA,<br />

Cuche Jacques<br />

Swissasia Philately Ltd,<br />

Calonder Urs<br />

David Feldman Auktionen<br />

Merkurstrasse 9<br />

8953 Dietikon<br />

Lautengartenstrasse 13<br />

4052 Basel<br />

Reichsgasse 47<br />

7002 Chur<br />

Gutenbergstr. 9<br />

9435 Heerbrugg<br />

Postfach<br />

8032 Zürich<br />

Ami Girard 13<br />

2054 Ch. Saint-Martin<br />

Mühlestrasse 4F<br />

8912 Obfelden<br />

59, route de Chancy<br />

1213 Petit-Lancy<br />

Filatelistyka, G. Marzec Pobox 123<br />

PL-30093 Krakow 23<br />

Forster Marcel, Philatelie Rue des Mayettes 4<br />

2824 Vicques<br />

Christoph Gärtner GmbH Steinbeisstr. 6 + 8<br />

D-74321 Bietigheim<br />

Giorgino Antonio Rue G. Reimann 20<br />

2504 Biel<br />

Groth AG,<br />

Giulio Filippo Bolaffi<br />

Grünenfelder & Co.,<br />

Grünenfelder Hans<br />

Gewerbestrasse 19, PF 167<br />

6314 Unteraegeri<br />

Rathausstr. 21, PF 1538<br />

8640 Rapperswil<br />

Günther Roger Kantonsstr. 19<br />

6048 Horw<br />

Hächler Werner Alte Greifenseestr. 4<br />

8604 Volketswil<br />

Heuberger Auktionen,<br />

Heuberger Thomas<br />

Honegger Leandra,<br />

Auktionen<br />

Honegger Philatelie AG,<br />

Honegger G. + M.<br />

Schlüsselwiese 5<br />

8853 Lachen<br />

Hauptstrasse 103<br />

4415 Lausen<br />

Kürzestr. 1, Postfach<br />

8716 Schmerikon<br />

Johnson Richard P.O. Box 32091,<br />

Summerstrand<br />

ZA-6019 Port Elizabeth<br />

Leuchtturm Albenverlag GmbH<br />

& Co. KG<br />

LE TIMBRE CLASSIQUE SA<br />

Anders Thorell<br />

Am Spakenberg 45<br />

D-21502 Geesthacht<br />

15, rue du Jeu-de-l‘Arc<br />

1207 Genève<br />

Liechtensteinische Post AG Alte Zollstrasse 11<br />

LI-9494 Schaan<br />

LINDNER Falzlos-<br />

Gesellschaft mbH<br />

Rottweiler Strasse 38<br />

D-72355 Schömberg<br />

Tel: 0041 44 844 32 40<br />

ankerbrief@sunrise.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 44 780 61 63 Fax: 044 780 50 78<br />

Tel: 0041 91 972 48 58<br />

helmuthavi@sunrise.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 61 281 81 15<br />

info@bach-philatelie.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 91 972 48 61<br />

Fax: 0041 61 281 80 26<br />

www.bach-philatelie.ch<br />

Schweiz klassische Marken<br />

Schweiz ab 1907<br />

Europa + Übersee<br />

Neuheiten im Abonnement<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

Auktionen<br />

Ladengeschäft + Bedarfsartikel<br />

Versandgeschäft<br />

Engros-Handel<br />

Münzen<br />

• • • • • •<br />

•<br />

Auction Agent<br />

• •<br />

Tel: 0041 44 740 55 73<br />

philat.bietenholz@swissonline.ch • • • • • • • • •<br />

Tel: 0041 61 851 26 39<br />

briefmarken.helvetia@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 81 252 71 21<br />

phila@briefmarken-schneider.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 71 722 68 25<br />

info@swissphila.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 44 389 91 91<br />

info@corinphila.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 32 753 12 54<br />

info@cuchephila.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 79 261 52 53<br />

urs.calonder@swissasia-stamps.com<br />

Tel: 0041 22 727 07 77<br />

info@davidfeldman.com<br />

Tel: 0048 602 385 412<br />

gmarzec@filatelista.pl<br />

Tel: 0041 32 435 50 88<br />

info@forsterphila.ch<br />

Tel: 0049 7142-7890<br />

Info@philatelie-gaertner.de<br />

Tel: 0041 32 322 64 54<br />

giorgino@romandie.com<br />

Tel: 0041 41 750 45 72<br />

info@wwfstamp.com<br />

Tel: 0041 55 220 52 90<br />

info@gruenenfelder.cc<br />

Tel: 0041 41 342 18 14<br />

info@guenther-stamps.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 44 945 58 32<br />

Tel: 0041 55 442 55 60<br />

info@heubergerphila.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 79 649 65 53<br />

info@leandra-honegger.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 55 286 20 00<br />

info@honegger-philatelie.ch<br />

Tel: 0027 41 583 3159<br />

rj@johnson.co.za<br />

Tel: 0049 4152 801 0<br />

info@leuchtturm.com<br />

Tel: 0041 22 760 11 11<br />

athorell@letimbreclassique.com<br />

Tel: 00423 399 44 66<br />

briefmarken@post.li<br />

Tel: 0049 742 770 10<br />

info@lindner-original.de<br />

Fax: 0041 61 851 26 39<br />

www.briefmarken-schneider.ch<br />

www.swissphila.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 44 389 91 95<br />

www.corinphila.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 32 753 90 50<br />

www.cuchephila.ch<br />

www.swissasia-stamps.com<br />

Fax: 0041 22 727 07 78<br />

www.davidfeldman.com<br />

Fax: 0048 124 270 543<br />

www.filatelista.pl<br />

Fax: 0041 32 435 50 87<br />

www.forsterphila.ch<br />

Fax: 0049 7142-789110<br />

www.auktionen-gaertner.de<br />

Fax: 0041 32 322 64 54<br />

www.giorgino.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 41 750 53 55<br />

www.groth.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 55 220 52 91<br />

www.gruenenfelder.cc<br />

Fax: 0041 55 442 55 61<br />

www.heubergerphila.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 61 599 20 08<br />

www.leandra-honegger.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 55 286 20 01<br />

www.honegger-philatelie.ch<br />

Fax: 0027 41 583 3187<br />

Fax: 0049 4152 801 222<br />

www.leuchtturm.com<br />

www.letimbreclassique.com<br />

Fax: 00423 399 44 94<br />

Fax: 0049 742 761 18<br />

www.lindner-original.ch<br />

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Zubehör-Generalvertretung


Präsident: Jean-Paul Bach, Schöllenenstrasse 2, 4054 Basel, Tel: 0041 61 281 81 15, info@bach-philatelie.ch<br />

Sekretariat: Hans Schwarz, Postfach 2, 5022 Rombach, Tel: 0041 79 422 15 00, sbhv@schwarzpr.ch<br />

Liechtensteinische Post AG Alte Zollstrasse 11<br />

LI-9494 Schaan<br />

LINDNER Falzlos-<br />

Gesellschaft mbH<br />

Philamondo GmbH<br />

Roland Herzog<br />

Philatelie Marchand,<br />

Marchand J.-C.<br />

Marken-Müller AG,<br />

Glanzmann J. + Hebeisen C.<br />

Mina Walo<br />

Rottweiler Strasse 38<br />

D-72355 Schömberg<br />

Dahlienweg 14<br />

3422 Kirchberg<br />

Place de la Synagogue 2<br />

1204 Genève<br />

Riedstrasse 2<br />

4222 Zwingen<br />

Aste filateliche<br />

CP 7, 6984 Pura<br />

Müller Johannes Neuengasse 38, PF 2764<br />

3001 Bern<br />

Multiprint Verlag GmbH,<br />

Joss Thomas<br />

Pilatusmail AG<br />

Odermatt Alexander<br />

Peguiron-Philatélie,<br />

Peguiron M.<br />

Peter Rapp AG,<br />

Peter Rapp + Marianne Rapp<br />

Philaclassica AG,<br />

Eichele Martin<br />

Philasearch.com GmbH,<br />

Fedra Franz<br />

Philatelie Walter AG,<br />

Walter Ingomar + Cyrill,<br />

Cardinaux Walter Suzy<br />

PHILIMPEX,<br />

A. Zbojnowicz<br />

Pitteri SA,<br />

Pitteri Maurizio<br />

Rölli Auktionen AG,<br />

Rölli Christina<br />

Birkenstrasse 7<br />

4304 Giebenach<br />

Kantonsstrasse 19<br />

6048 Horw<br />

Plaine 45, CP 1116<br />

1401 Yverdon<br />

Toggenburgerstr. 139<br />

9500 Wil<br />

Birseckstr. 99, PF 608<br />

4144 Arlesheim<br />

Lindenweg 1<br />

D-63877 Sailauf<br />

Rämistrasse 7<br />

8024 Zürich<br />

Goldbühlstrasse 3<br />

8620 Wetzikon<br />

Postfach 1525<br />

6830 Chiasso 1<br />

Buzibachring 4a<br />

6023 Rothenburg<br />

Schwaneberger Verlag GmbH Industriestrasse 1<br />

D-82110 Germering<br />

Schwarz Hans,<br />

Philatelie und Medien<br />

Buchmattweg 6, Postfach 2<br />

5022 Rombach<br />

Schwarzenbach Auktion Zürich Merkurstr. 64<br />

8032 Zürich 7<br />

Veraphil,<br />

Fliss Vera<br />

Batteriestrasse 10<br />

4103 Bottmingen<br />

Weggler Rolf Zürichstrasse 139<br />

8700 Küsnacht<br />

Westermayr-Slavicek Tatjana Mariahilferstrasse 91<br />

2. Stock / Tür 8<br />

A-1060 Wien<br />

Wieland Daniela Steinmattli 2<br />

6055 Alpnach<br />

Zum Postillon GmbH,<br />

Becker Ruth<br />

Obere Kirchgasse 20<br />

8400 Winterthur<br />

Tel: 00423 399 44 66<br />

briefmarken@post.li<br />

Tel: 0049 742 770 10<br />

info@lindner-original.de<br />

Tel: 0041 79 300 49 61<br />

philamondo@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 22 781 38 12<br />

jcm@philatelie-marchand.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 61 766 93 93<br />

info@marken-mueller.ch<br />

Tel. 079 631 58 54<br />

studio.mina-witzig@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 31 311 70 24<br />

info@august.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 61 713 70 05<br />

multiprint.joss@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 41 266 05 49<br />

info@pilatusmail.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 24 425 29 83<br />

info@peguiron.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 71 923 77 44<br />

info@rapp-auktionen.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 61 261 73 79<br />

info@philaclassica.ch<br />

Tel: 0049 911 560 399-0<br />

franz.fedra@philasearch.com<br />

Tel: 0041 44 251 22 70<br />

info@philateliewalter.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 79 628 98 54<br />

info@philimpex.com<br />

Tel: 0041 91 683 66 21<br />

pitteri@pitteri.org<br />

Tel: 0041 41 226 02 02<br />

info@roelliphila.ch<br />

Tel: 0049 89 323 93-02<br />

info@michel.de<br />

Tel: 0041 79 422 15 00<br />

info@schwarzpr.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 43 244 89 00<br />

info@schwarzenbach-auktion.ch<br />

Tel: 0041 61 281 30 30<br />

veraphil1@gmail.com<br />

Tel: 0041 44 252 13 96<br />

rolfweggler@bluewin.ch<br />

Tel. 0043 1 597 51 34 oder<br />

0043 664 10 17 634<br />

westermayr@chello.at<br />

Tel: 0041 41 671 02 40<br />

wieland-briefmarken@bluewin.ch<br />

Fax: 00423 399 44 94<br />

Fax: 0049 742 761 18<br />

www.lindner-original.ch<br />

www.philamondo.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 22 781 08 17<br />

www.philatelie-marchand.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 61 766 93 94<br />

www.marken-mueller.ch<br />

www.luganophila.ch<br />

www.pilatusmail.ch<br />

Schweiz klassische Marken<br />

Schweiz ab 1907<br />

Europa + Übersee<br />

Neuheiten im Abonnement<br />

Liechtenstein<br />

Auktionen<br />

Ladengeschäft + Bedarfsartikel<br />

Versandgeschäft<br />

Engros-Handel<br />

Münzen<br />

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Fax: 0041 71 923 92 20<br />

www.rapp-auktionen.ch<br />

• • • • • •<br />

Fax: 0041 61 261 73 77<br />

www.philaclassica.ch<br />

• • • • • •<br />

Fax: 0049 911 560 399 66<br />

www.philasearch.com<br />

Internetportal / Software<br />

Fax: 0041 44 251 22 68<br />

www.philateliewalter.ch • • • • • • • • •<br />

www.philimpex.net<br />

www.philimpex.com<br />

Fax: 0041 91 683 69 26<br />

www.pitteri.org<br />

Fax: 0041 41 226 02 01<br />

www.roelli-auktionen.ch<br />

Fax: 0049 89 323 93 248<br />

www.michel.de<br />

www.schwarzenbach-auktion.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 61 281 30 35<br />

www.veraphil.jimdo.com<br />

www.weggler-stamps.ch<br />

Fax: 0041 41 671 02 41<br />

www.wieland-briefmarken.ch<br />

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Tel: 0041 52 213 85 50<br />

zum.postillon@bluewin.ch • • • • • •<br />

Das Signet Ihres Vertrauens.<br />

Stand 01/<strong>2022</strong>


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Global Philatelic Network<br />

Stand Global Philatelic Network<br />

Corinphila Auktionen<br />

Heinrich Köhler Auktionshaus<br />

Corinphila Veilingen<br />

Switzerland<br />

Germany<br />

Netherlands<br />

H. R. Harmer USA<br />

John Bull Auctions<br />

Hong Kong<br />

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Trade Booth A1 to A20 – Swiss Stamp Dealers Association SBHV<br />

A1 VERAPHIL<br />

A2 Philaclassica AG, Martin Eichele<br />

A3/A4 Peguiron Philatélie - DAVO<br />

A5/A6 Philatelie Walter AG<br />

A7 Rolf Weggler Internationale Philatelie<br />

A8 Philamondo GmbH, 3422 Kirchberg<br />

A9 Rölli Auktionen AG<br />

A10 Honegger Philatelie AG<br />

A11 LE TIMBRE CLASSIQUE S.A.<br />

A12 Schwarzenbach Auktion Zürich<br />

A13<br />

A14<br />

A15<br />

A16<br />

Odermatt/Günther, Pilatusmail-Auktion<br />

SBHV – Schweizer<br />

Briefmarkenhändler-Verband<br />

Christoph Gärtner<br />

Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann<br />

A17 Schweizer Briefmarken Zeitung SBZ /<br />

VSPhV Jugend<br />

A18<br />

A19<br />

A20<br />

Briefmarken <strong>Helvetia</strong>, Adrian Wyss<br />

Philasearch.com<br />

Jean-Paul Bach<br />

Trade Booth Directory by Name<br />

Dealer Nation Booth No.<br />

AAR-TOP GmbH Switzerland B20<br />

A. F. Milano Srl Italy B13<br />

Auction Gallery AG Italy B13<br />

Jean-Paul Bach Switzerland A20<br />

Bill Barrel Ltd. United Kingdom B2<br />

Briefmarken <strong>Helvetia</strong>, Adrian Wyss Switzerland A18<br />

Briefmarken Probst Switzerland B19<br />

Michael Chipperfield United Kingdom B4<br />

Classicphil GmbH Austria B5<br />

Club Filatelico Lugano Switzerland B8<br />

David Feldman SA Switzerland B10<br />

Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann Germany A16<br />

Ferrario Aste Srl Italy B9<br />

Filatelia Gazzera Italy B3<br />

Odermatt/Günther, Pilatusmail-Auktion Switzerland A13<br />

Filatelia Mazzini Milano SAS Italy B13<br />

Christoph Gärtner Germany A15<br />

Werner Hächler Switzerland B14<br />

Gary Hendershott USA B16<br />

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Trade Booth Directory by Name<br />

Dealer Nation Booth No.<br />

Honegger Philatelie AG Switzerland A10<br />

P. Keiser AG Switzerland B21<br />

Laser-Invest Srl Italy D3<br />

Le Timbre Classique S.A. Switzerland A11<br />

Liechtensteinische Post AG Liechtenstein B15<br />

Luzernerraute GmbH Switzerland D1<br />

Peguiron Philatélie – DAVO Switzerland A3/4<br />

Philaclassica AG Switzerland A2<br />

Philamondo GmbH Switzerland A8<br />

Philasearch.com Germany A19<br />

Philatelie Walter AG Switzerland A5/6<br />

Pilatusmail AG Switzerland A13<br />

Postiljonen AB Sueden B7<br />

Rölli Auktionen AG Switzerland A9<br />

Schwarzenbach Auktion AG Switzerland A12<br />

Schweizer Briefmarken Prüfer Verband Switzerland B1<br />

Schweizer Briefmarkenhändler-Verband Switzerland A14<br />

Servizi di Telefonia del Vaticano Vatican D2<br />

Spink & Son LTD United Kingdom B11/12<br />

Stanley Gibbons United Kingdom B6<br />

Veraphil Switzerland A1<br />

Viennafil Auktionen GmbH Austria B3<br />

VSPhV/Schweizer Briefmarken Zeitung SBZ Switzerland A17<br />

Rolf Weggler Internationale Philatelie Switzerland A7<br />

United Nations Postal Administration UNO D4<br />

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HELVETIA <strong>2022</strong><br />

<strong>Exhibition</strong> Date Stamp and Overprints<br />

During the exhibition, the Swiss Post will be operating a sales stand with a postmark service.<br />

Date stamp used during the exhibition<br />

The date stamp shows the designer<br />

of the Sitting <strong>Helvetia</strong> stamp, Johann Adam Ries.<br />

Souvernir sheet 2021<br />

Souvenir sheet <strong>2022</strong><br />

Every day a different silver overprint is sold, available exclusively at the exhibition<br />

Day 1 - 18. May <strong>2022</strong> overprint “Sitzende <strong>Helvetia</strong>”<br />

Day 2 - 19. May <strong>2022</strong> overprint “Weltpostverein”<br />

Day 3 - 20. May <strong>2022</strong> overprint “Ticino – Lugano”<br />

Day 4 - 21. May <strong>2022</strong> overprint ”FIP – Fédération Internationale de Philatelie”<br />

Day 5 - 22. May <strong>2022</strong> overprint “Schweizer Briefmarken”<br />

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Post Liechtenstein Souvenir sheet <strong>2022</strong><br />

During the exhibition, the Post Liechtenstein will be operating a sales stand with a postmark service.<br />

A special date stamp is used during the exhibition<br />

Swiss association of philatelic experts<br />

For many decades, the stamp examiners of the SBPV have supported collectors in acquiring and the<br />

trade in selling genuine stamps and covers. The eleven members have in-depth expertise in their areas<br />

of examination. The focus of our examination activities is on stamps and the postal history of Switzerland<br />

from 1843 to the present day.<br />

In Lugano we will have a stand on all days. At our stand we will be able to advise you free of charge on<br />

topics such as the authenticity and quality of stamps and give you hints and tips on how to deal with test<br />

items. If you have any questions about counterfeit detection, our experts will also be on hand to look at<br />

your material with you. Unfortunately, no tests can be carried out on site.<br />

If you are thinking of becoming a stamp examiner, please contact us.<br />

We look forward to meeting you in Lugano and hope that all visitors and exhibitors enjoy this exhibition.<br />

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Premium Domestic Appliances<br />

Visit our Showroom in Bironico<br />

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 09:00 – 11:30 / 13:30 – 17:00<br />

Via Cantonale 65 ∙ 6804 Bironico TI<br />

Tel. 091 630 26 26 ∙ www.fors.ch ∙ bironico@fors.ch


At first glance, what wine, the label and the stamp<br />

might have in common is the glue and the paper<br />

they are printed on. But a closer look reveals<br />

great similarities. As with the issue of a commemorative<br />

stamp, commemorative labels are also<br />

made with wine and it is not uncommon to find<br />

bottles labelled, numbered and printed in limited<br />

series. In addition, wine is a prized collector’s<br />

item for enthusiasts.<br />

The first postage stamp, the famous Penny<br />

Black, was issued in 1840, only a few years after<br />

the Valsangiacomo Vini company began its<br />

activities.<br />

Giovanni – Cesare - Vittore - Cesare - Fausto<br />

- Uberto this is the exact sequence of the generations<br />

(6) of the Valsangiacomo family that<br />

have followed one another in the company since<br />

1831. 191 years later, the business has its headquarters<br />

in Mendrisio, is run by Uberto, and is<br />

still a reference point in the Swiss wine sector.<br />

In fact, Valsangiacomo is one of the few familyowned<br />

companies in the Canton of Ticino that<br />

manages all stages of production.<br />

The estate’s vineyards in southern Ticino provide<br />

the grapes that are vinified in Mendrisio in<br />

the historic winery carved directly into the rock<br />

of Monte Generoso. Here the wines are created,<br />

refined and bottled in the best conditions. The<br />

passion for this craft, curiosity and interest in<br />

new production practices, has allowed Valsangiacomo<br />

to create wines of great personality always<br />

in step with the times.<br />

Examples of this are the “Piccolo Ronco”, a wine<br />

with character produced from grapes grown<br />

in the vineyards of Pedrinate, the southernmost<br />

part of Switzerland, and the “Mattirolo”, an example<br />

of the versatility of the Merlot grape, which<br />

has found in white vinification the freshness and<br />

fruit that distinguishes it. These two wines are<br />

presented “dressed” with a unique label created<br />

especially for this event.<br />

Valsangiacomo F.lli SA<br />

Viale alle Cantine 6<br />

6850 Mendrisio<br />

091 6836053<br />

info@valswine.ch<br />

www.valswine.ch


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