Birthe King shares her story on how she got into collecting. Her exhibit Refugee Camps in Denmark 1945-1949 can be seen on the Museum of Philately now.
The Museum of Philately is delighted to showcase two of Dr Prakob Chirakiti’s collections Siam: Classic The First Issue and Siam: The Early Years.
Celebrating MonacoPhil, a highlight on what’s happening and an exclusive look at some rarities that will be on display.
Celebrating philatelist Iva Mouritsens wonderful exhibition ‘A Royal Menage a Trois and its Historical Consequences’
What is an Imperforate stamps?
Meaning a stamp which has been deliberately printed or issued without perforations.
We take a closer look at one particular cover which is part of a collection that studies the Italian Post Office in China during the period 1800 and 1900. This assemblage exhibits many rare usages and frankings, but also a unique cover that travelled across two foreign post offices in China during a bloody historical episode at the end of the Qing dynasty……
There are moments in time when two things combine resulting in an outcome that is far greater than the sum of their separate effects. Otherwise known as synergy, and this is artfully demonstrated in philatelic history by the 1861 Greece first issue ‘Large Hermes Head’ stamps.
Dr Vittorio Morani (1955) is a decorated philatelist that has three International Grand Prix crowns and four large gold medals, accumulated in just the last six years, for his exhibit on the postal history of Tuscany. He has recently been added to the Museum of Philately – a 128 page exhibit set out on 64 double pages.
Do not miss the last webinar of 2021 on Monday 29th November 6:30pm. We will present and discuss “Who’s responsible for the world’s philatelic treasures?”
Book your place today !