Have you ever wondered what's really there on a stamp or cover?
Retroreveal may have the answer.
See Paul Wreglesworth's article with acknowledgment to Kiwi
the Journal of the the New Zealand Society of Great Britain
Simon Kelly writes: Can I also recommend Gimp - freely available and
most useful for 'cleaning' stamps from postmarks, restoring oblique
photographs of postcards or notices to rectangular form and reducing
extreme perspective views, amongst many other uses
War Declared New items added as available. Contributions welcomed
Articles in the September edition
Programme and Fair Diary
The InterFed Competition at the
ABPS National Exhibition at Stampex
The Federation team:
John Sims; The Mail Carrying Flights of C.T.P. ULM, AFC.
85 points; Gold
Colin Hepper; Nepal - Negative Postal Seals
73 points; Large Silver
Stuart Ross; Nyasaland 1953 Revenue Overprinted Stamps
81 points; Large Vermeil
Eight teams of three from each federation exhibited.
It was especially noted how well the Mid Anglia Federation results compared
with the other exhibitors, considering that most of the other federations
were represented by very experienced, often international level, exhibitors.
The judges were all recent "graduates" from an ABPS exhibiting and judging seminar held in Hitchin.
See the Featured Items (left) for the next seminar in November.
Congratulations to the following Mid Anglia philatelists
who exhibited in the ABPS National Exhibition:
Great Britain: The 4d QV Jubilee
The Queen’s head issues of Labuan, 1879-1894
A review of King’s Lynn town’s pre-stamp postal history, 1732-1840
Mucha, his art on stamps of Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic, 1968-2010
The railway in North Borneo and Sabah
The life’s work of Czeslaw Slania
A full list of results of ABPS Stampex Exhibition here
Philip Waud. Winner of the Best in Show award receiving
the trophy from MAPF President Bill Gibb.