PISC at the Royal Philatelic Society of London

PISC gave a society display at the RPSL on 22 November 2018.

 

PISC Members at the Royal Philatelic Society London

Some of the PISC members who provided displays at the event.

 

The display comprised over 50 frames including:

 

Frames 1-4: Norfolk Island, 1939–1947 - Chris Clifford
Frames 5-6: Tahiti – French Oceania - Kay Gaetjens
Frames 7-9: The Samoa Express Post Office - Jan Berg
Frame 10: The First Issue of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands, 1910-11 - Simon Heap
Frames 11-12: The King George VI definitives of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands - Simon Heap
Frame 13: The Military Franchise of New Caledonia and the New Hebrides - Jim Crompton
Frame 14: Cook Islands: Selected Items from a Traditional Collection - Hans Van Dooremalen
Frames 15-17: German Postal Interests in Samoa - Jan Berg
Frames 18-20: Fiji: The KGVI Definitive Series - Bryan Jones
Frames 21-22: Norfolk Island - David Murray Brown
Frames 23-24: Cook Islands Postcards - Hans Van Dooremalen
Frame 25: The Fiji Bomber Fund – A World War 2 “Gratitude” Label - Bryan Jones
Frames 26-27: Clipperton Island - Laurence Kimpton
Frames 28-32: Kiribati: The Islands Maps, 1981–1987 - Keith Johnson
Frames 33-37: Gilbert and Ellice Islands 1971 Scenic Definitive and Overprints - Hugh Bennet
Frames 38-40: Civil Censorship in Fiji during World War 2 - Bryan Jones
Frames 41-42: British Solomon Islands Large Canoes - Simon Greenwood
Frames 43-46: Coastwatchers of the British Solomon Islands during World War 2 - Robin Sherman
Frames 47-48: Pitcairn Islands Postal History - David Murray Brown
Frames 49-52: Recent Issues of Kiribati - Hugh Bennet 

 

Dr Simon Heap, PISC Chairman 2015-2018, receiving a RPSL plaquette from the RPSL President Patrick Maselis

Dr Simon Heap, PISC Chairman 2015-2018, receiving a RPSL plaquette from the RPSL President, Patrick Maselis.

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