CPS 2022 BNAPEX Exhibits 2 September 2022 to 4 September 2022

Exhibitors can be - Novice, Active, Junior
Exhibit Types can be - New or Revised
Last Revised: 12 August, 2022

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Exhibit will be judged on Competitive Exhibiting rules, and exhibitors are encouraged to view the Association of Philatelic Exhibitors website. An exhibit may look great even when not following rules, but achieve a lower rating in feedback as the rules have not been followed. Exhibitors should Not take the feedback personally only understand the feedback is based on those rules. The rules for judging for National are different from those exhibits judged by BNAPS.


BNAPEX Exhibits One Frame

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The exhibits on this page are ordered with BNAPEX Exhibits first, Followed by National Exhibits. Within those 2 groups the Single Frame exhibits are listed first followed by the MultiFrame. Within those groups the exhibits are ordered by submission number. ONLY the judges can view the exhibit pages while anyone can view the Title Page and Synopsis.

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Entry#: 81
Frame: 20
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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A Spectrocopic Look at Three Canadian Issues Described as 'Aniline Ink' The Spectroscopy of the Newfoundland Prince George Issue (1911), the 2c Red Admiral Issue and the Chateau de Ramezay ( 1938) issue of Canada is studied. All three issues contain an 'aniline ink' variety. Spectroscopy will show the similarities and differences in the three that suggests three factors in deciding the cause for the bleed through of ink that is misnamed as 'aniline ink'.
Entry#: 89
Frame: 39
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: New
Exhibit Type: New
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CANADIAN STAMP ERRORS – MISPERFORATIONS This exhibit will showcase Canadian stamps containing perforation errors
Entry#: 93
Frame: 40
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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The BNA Forgeries of Giovanni Patroni For the first time, the BNA forgeries of "The Italian Forger" are identified and described in detail. Also included is an account of his 1875 philatelic fraud trial, the first in world history..
Entry#: 99
Frame: 61
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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The Jacques Cartier Commemorative Issue of 1934 A look at the Jacques Cartier commemorative issue of 1934 including pre-production and varieties.
Entry#: 112
Frame: 70
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Sewell Camp Field Post Office 1915 A postal history exhibit that studies the organizing and operation of a Field Post Office at Sewell, Manitoba in 1915.
Entry#: 126
Frame: 111
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Centenary of Trans-Canada Air Flight 7-17 October 1920 In September and October 1920 a test of the feasibility to for mail from Halifax was done. This flight and the anniversaries are shown.
Entry#: 136
Frame: 130
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Fiscal History of the Third Bill Stamp Era in Nova Scotia (1868 - 1882) Revenue exhibit showing use of Third Bill Stamp in Nova Scotia February 1868-1882 and showing improper use of postage stamps to pay duties and bill stamps to pay postage.
Entry#: 138
Frame: 140
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Excise Tax Payments On Documents Using CPR perfins Use of Canadian Pacific Railway perfins to prepay Federal Government Excise Tax on CPR documents.
Entry#: 168
Frame: 109
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Canada Postal and Philatelic Counterfeits - 39c Coil Definitive (1990) For the first time, the Murrin Gang 39c postal counterfeit is fully described in an exhibition. Also included is an account of the gangs activities and trial.
Entry#: 182
Frame: 81
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Three Cent Small Queen 1870-97 This collection of the three cent small Queen has been prepared to show the evolution of the stamp in terms of changes in shade, perforation and paper.
Entry#: 184
Frame: 160
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Usage of King George VI 1c Mufti -- Transmission of 3rd Class Matter -- April 1, 1937 - June 30, 1942 This exhibit is presented in validation of the production and usage of the King George VI 1c "Mufti" to address the postage required for the transmission of items designated as 3rd Class Matter
Entry#: 193
Frame: 110
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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THE POSTCARD FACTORY CARDS OF THE RCMP Showing the variations of the 2 cards.
Entry#: 195
Frame: 161
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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The Postal Markings of Guysborough, Nova Scotia, 1838-1937 The exhibit shows the postal markings used in Guysborough from the way office marking introduced in 1837 to the money order transfer office marking in 1937. The markings are arranged by type chronologically from the earliest oval postmark to the money order markings.

 

BNAPEX Exhibits Multi Frame

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Entry#: 59
Frames: 23-30
Size: 8 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Use of Canadian Wilding Definitive Stamps, 1954-1963 This exhibit documents the use of Wilding stamps for a broad range of postal rates and fees on domestic and Canadian forces mail, and mail to international destinations.
Entry#: 64
Frames: 11-15
Size: 5 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Canadian Postal Rates of the War Tax Era - 1915-1926 Shows the various postal rates during 1915-1926 with emphasis on the war tax rates.
Entry#: 70
Frames: 17-19
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Squared Circle Postmarks of New Brunswick The Squared Circle Postmarks of New Brunswick on stamp and on cover and on special stamps, primarily the Jubilees, Maps and includes all 16 hammers, and St John Barred Circle.
Entry#: 106
Frames: 82-83
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Variations in the Key of "G" An exploration of the Variations in Canadian Officials overprinted "G" s 1950-1963
Entry#: 121
Frames: 102-105
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Special Delivery Service in Canada: Forms and Labels – 1933-1993 This exhibit presents a number of forms and labels used in the operation of the Canadian Special Delivery service.
Entry#: 127
Frames: 112-119
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Cancelled by COVID-19 in Canada An exhibit showing Canadian philatelic items made for Covid19
Entry#: 144
Frames: 132-135
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Bew
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Identifiable Mail To and From Canadian Naval Personnel; 1939 - 1945 Identifiable mail as to persons or ships mail goes to or comes from as determined by censor markings combined with censor initials and or censor numbers
Entry#: 157
Frames: 122-129
Size: 8 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Steamship Mail in the Early Decimal Period of Newfoundland 1865-1910 Showing the growth and maturation of Newfoundland's maritime postal arrangements - for domestic transport of its mails, for mails to the rest of North America, and for its trans-Atlantic mails to Great Britain.
Entry#: 160
Frames: 106-108
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The Philatelic Scene during the Admiral Era The Admiral Issue was current from about 1912 to 1928. This exhibit explores notable collectors, dealers, societies, and events of that era.
Entry#: 181
Frames: 97-100
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The First Decimal Issue of Canada 1859-68 This collection will show the changes in colour and perforation resulting from the many orders for stamps over the none years the issue was current.
Entry#: 186
Frames: 162-165
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Canada's C-Force in Hong Kong As a Display Exhibit, the postal history of Canada’s C-Force in Hong Kong (HK) and the postal history of its forerunner for the Winnipeg Grenadiers (WG) as Y-Force in Jamaica, are shown, from a Social Philately approach.
Entry#: 188
Frames: 166-168
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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ONTARIO HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY POSTMARKS, 1867-1981 The purpose of this 48 page exhibit is to present the special postmarks used exclusively by the Legislative Assembly of Ontario Post Office, and the various Government departmental handstamps, from its opening in 1867 to 1981 (End of Post Office Department). Presented by type of postmarks (see plan below) and within each section, by chronological order.
Entry#: 196
Frames: 172-178
Size: 7 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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1897 Tobacco Stamps of Canada Shown are the 1897 Tobacco Tax Paid steel engraved stamps of Canada. There are a number of full sheets
Entry#: 197
Frames: 179-182
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Canadian Postal History: Overseas Rate and Route Study using Decimal (Cents) Franked- and Stampless-Covers Exhibit explores Canadian outgoing postal rates and accompanying routes to overseas destinations during the decimal period (1859-1868). The exhibit will include letter mail and non-letter mail, standard and special rates and registered mail. Mail to 22 different overseas countries will illustrate some difficult journeys that required long periods of time and distances to reach the final destinations.

 

National Exhibits One Frame

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Entry#: 63
Frame: 16
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Porrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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International Stamp Cancelling Machines used in Brandon Manitoba 1907-1919 A postal history study of the first stamp cancelling machines introduced to the Brandon Manitoba Post Office.
Entry#: 81
Frame: 20
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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A Spectrocopic Look at Three Canadian Issues Described as 'Aniline Ink' The Spectroscopy of the Newfoundland Prince George Issue (1911), the 2c Red Admiral Issue and the Chateau de Ramezay ( 1938) issue of Canada is studied. All three issues contain an 'aniline ink' variety. Spectroscopy will show the similarities and differences in the three that suggests three factors in deciding the cause for the bleed through of ink that is misnamed as 'aniline ink'.
Entry#: 82
Frame: 31
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Ottawa Dead Letter Office Handstamps 1872 to 1898 Decentralization The exhibit shows the evolution of Ottawa Dead Letter Office (DLO) handstamps from 1872 up to the July 1, 1898, Decentralization into additional branches thru Canada.
Entry#: 89
Frame: 39
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: New
Exhibit Type: New
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CANADIAN STAMP ERRORS – MISPERFORATIONS This exhibit will showcase Canadian stamps containing perforation errors
Entry#: 99
Frame: 61
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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The Jacques Cartier Commemorative Issue of 1934 A look at the Jacques Cartier commemorative issue of 1934 including pre-production and varieties.
Entry#: 112
Frame: 70
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Sewell Camp Field Post Office 1915 A postal history exhibit that studies the organizing and operation of a Field Post Office at Sewell, Manitoba in 1915.
Entry#: 116
Frame: 80
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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15 Decades of Mail to Canada - Rates and Efficiency of Service A study of the rates and efficiency of service between Great Britain and British North America (Canada) during the period 1850 to 1999. Each decade is presented on a single page with statistical data relating to the size of sample, rates and efficiency of delivery provided at top of page.
Entry#: 123
Frame: 131
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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1978 Blair Atholl International Scout Camp This exhibit shows the postal and philatelic aspects of the 1978 International Jamborette held at Blair Atholl, Scotland.
Entry#: 125
Frame: 101
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Captain Brian Peck and the First Canadian Airmail Flight In June 1918 Captain Brian Peck flew the first Post Office sanctioned flight from Montreal to Toronto.
Entry#: 128
Frame: 120
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Epic of Vimy ~ A Canadian Pilgrimage Epic of Vimy ~ a Canadian Pilgrimage 1936 ~ a soldier & 6000 veterans travel in to France to unveil the Vimy Memorial to 10,000 Canadians who died without a gravesite
Entry#: 129
Frame: 71
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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A Soldiers Postcards Mailed from The Somme & Flanders WWI A soldiers postcard mailed from the Somme & Flanders during WWI to his family in Britain
Entry#: 136
Frame: 130
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Fiscal History of the Third Bill Stamp Era in Nova Scotia (1868 - 1882) Revenue exhibit showing use of Third Bill Stamp in Nova Scotia February 1868-1882 and showing improper use of postage stamps to pay duties and bill stamps to pay postage.
Entry#: 163
Frame: 90
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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QUEEN MARY'S DOLLS' HOUSE Queen Mary's Dolls' House is the largest, most beautiful and most famous dolls' house in the world. Built between 1921 and 1924 for Queen Mary, consort of George V.

 

National Exhibits Multi Frame

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Entry#: 62
Frames: 21-22
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The Fall of the Twin Towers A look at the history of the Twin Towers from their construction to the September 11 attacks and the aftermath. Illustrated by postcards, mail art covers, event covers, and commercial covers.
Entry#: 64
Frames: 11-15
Size: 5 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Canadian Postal Rates of the War Tax Era - 1915-1926 Shows the various postal rates during 1915-1926 with emphasis on the war tax rates.
Entry#: 70
Frames: 17-19
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Squared Circle Postmarks of New Brunswick The Squared Circle Postmarks of New Brunswick on stamp and on cover and on special stamps, primarily the Jubilees, Maps and includes all 16 hammers, and St John Barred Circle.
Entry#: 85
Frames: 32-38
Size: 7 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Czechoslovakia Krag Machine Advertising Cancels: The First Republic Period This seven frame exhibit shows all of the machine advertising cancels produced on Krag repeating cancelling machines during the First Republic Period (1920-11939).
Entry#: 92
Frames: 41-44
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Argentina - The 400th Anniversary Columbus Landfall Issue "Argentina - The Columbus issue of 1893 - Successes and Problems." Selected pages of the October 12 1893 issue of Argentina that was valid for postal use for one day only, inside Argentina. The exhibit illustrates plate proofs, postal rates, illegal destinations and the Italian forgery (First time the only known full sheets have been in exhibition).
Entry#: 95
Frames: 45-50
Size: 6 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Development of Royal Mail, 2000-2022 - examples from GB to Canada mail Significant developments and challenges for Royal Mail and Canada Post from the start of Millennium to 2022. Illustrated using personal and commercial mail from GB to Canada.
Entry#: 98
Frames: 51-58
Size: 8 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The Great War Internment Camps of Canada A look at POW mail to and from the internment camps established in Canada during the Great War, with an emphasis on censorship.
Entry#: 100
Frames: 62-69
Size: 8 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON Colonial Series through First Pictorial A traditional exhibit of The North American French Colony famous for its foggy weather, cod fishery, bootlegged alcohol in prohibition times, and fascinating philately.
Entry#: 101
Frames: 84-88
Size: 5 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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EARTH SCIENCE From Flat Earth to Planetary Tectonics The display exhibit follows the early mapping of the earth’s surface and the resulting development of the Theory of Continental Drift and the more recent scientific application of Plate Tectonics. The influence of Alfred Wegener (1880-1930), who first proposed Continental Drift in 1915, is traced, and the defence of his theory is discussed. Wegener's untimely death in 1930 put advocacy for the idea in abeyance for three lost decades. The deep-sea drilling observations and extensive echo sounding (SONAR) seafloor mapping of the 1960s resulted in the verification of Wegener's ideas and the rise of the Science of Plate Tectonics to explain the forces involved in the Earth's processes. Understanding the earth, its processes, 4.5 billion year history, present status and prospects are essential to everyone.
Entry#: 104
Frames: 72-79
Size: 8 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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ENMITY and GRATITUDE in WORLD WAR II Patriotic and Propaganda exhibit, chronologically formatted by date. Includes artist signed and industry issued postcards, vignettes, cachet covers and satirical private letters.
Entry#: 106
Frames: 82-83
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Variations in the Key of "G" An exploration of the Variations in Canadian Officials overprinted "G" s 1950-1963
Entry#: 114
Frames: 91-96
Size: 6 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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FOREIGN MAIL FROM THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN SUDAN Mail to foreign destinations from the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1897 to 1955, with emphasis on major postal rates and routes used. Most postal issues and stationary are exhibited, as are foreign wartime field post offices. The postal history includes the reconquest and development under the colonial regime, and postal usages, especially by the expatriate community .
Entry#: 121
Frames: 102-105
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Special Delivery Service in Canada: Forms and Labels – 1933-1993 This exhibit presents a number of forms and labels used in the operation of the Canadian Special Delivery service.
Entry#: 150
Frames: 136-137
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Cyprus-Publicity Handstamps 1934-1940 & 1950 The exhibit provides at least one example of the uses of the 3 basic designs of these handstamps, pointing out the variations that resulted from differing interpretations of the designs in their use at the various post offices. These variations resulted in 9 distinct markings with 41 extensions in all.
Entry#: 152
Frames: 138-139
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The Square Circle Cancels of Bradford/Yorkshire, England This exhibit displays an example of each of the 60 squared Circle Cancels that were used at this Post Office, and includes the progressive alterations mad to the original 13 hammers.
Entry#: 158
Frames: 141-150
Size: 10 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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Fishing the North Atlantic This exhibit shows the development of the modern commercial fishing industry in the North Atlantic from its beginnings in prehistoric, Medieval and early mercantile Europe, through the era of European exploration and settlement of the east coast of North America, and up to the present day. Types of fishing vessels, the varieties of the fish catch, various fishing methods, developments in fish processing, and the lives of fishermen are also included within its story line.
Entry#: 160
Frames: 106-108
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The Philatelic Scene during the Admiral Era The Admiral Issue was current from about 1912 to 1928. This exhibit explores notable collectors, dealers, societies, and events of that era.
Entry#: 162
Frames: 151-155
Size: 5 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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CHRISTINA BROOM, HER WORK AS A PHOTOGRAPHER This thematic postcard exhibit will show life in London, England (1903 -1939) photographed by Christina Broom, considered to be Great Britain's first female press photographer.
Entry#: 166
Frames: 156-159
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Imperial Airways First Flights, London - Mwanza - London, 1931 The postal history of the first flights from London to Mwanza and back to London by Imperial Airways in February - March 1931, the first stage towards Cape Town.
Entry#: 172
Frames: 169-171
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Imperial Airways First Flight, London to Cape Town Christmas Flight, December 9-21 1931 The postal history of the first flight, Experimental and Christmas flight by Imperial Airways from London to Cape Town in December 1931.
Entry#: 186
Frames: 162-165
Size: 4 Frames
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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Canada's C-Force in Hong Kong As a Display Exhibit, the postal history of Canada’s C-Force in Hong Kong (HK) and the postal history of its forerunner for the Winnipeg Grenadiers (WG) as Y-Force in Jamaica, are shown, from a Social Philately approach.

 

Youth Exhibits

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Entry#: 105
Frames: 59-60
Size: 2 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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The World of the Monarch Butterfly(Danaus Plexippus) A long distance traveler, the Monarch Butterfly(Danaus Plexippus) the best-known butterfly in the world. This youth exhibit is about its life cycle(Metamorphosis), migration, its world and then its need for conservation

 

Court of Honour

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Entry#: 102
Frame: 5
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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United States 1928-1960 mail for St. Pierre & Miquelon via The Gull Fast Train through Maritime Canada All United States mail for St. Pierre and Miquelon was sent to Boston, Mass. There it was bagged and dispatched via four railway companies via The Gull through Maine and Maritime Canada to connect with the SS Bell Isle st Halifax or North Sydney.
Entry#: 61
Size: 3 Frames
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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History of the Calgary Philatelic Society The history of the Calgary Philatelic Society is illustrated with letters, documents, and covers from the club Archives.
Entry#: 103
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Landscape
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: Revised
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France 1934: Anti-Tuberculosis “Stamp” Campaign Calmette passed away in 1933 at 70 years old. In Paris, the Comité National de Défense Contre la Tuberculose launched its 8th National Anti-Tuberculosis "Stamp" Campaign the following year in homage to Calmette. His portrait, used on the labels, was engraved by Henri Lucien Cheffer (1880-1957), well known for his fine engravings produced for French postage stamps. Nestlé, the Swiss food and beverage firm famous for baby formula, was a big supporter of the anti-TB 'Stamp' campaign. Its logotype appears in the label selvage, booklet covers, and on glassine envelopes. Larger labels were sold in glassine envelopes.
Entry#: xxx
Frame: TBA
Size: 1 Frame
Best Viewed: Portrait
Exhibitor: Active
Exhibit Type: New
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The Jaffa Jerusalem Railway