Volume 43 – #09

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Volume 43#09

August 21 – September 3, 2018

From left to right: Postal History Society of Canada (PHSC) Webmaster Rob Leigh; symposium vice-chair Bill Longley; dealer Hugo Deshaye; PHSC President Stéphane Cloutier; and symposium chair David Hobden were among the key organizers of the 2018 PHSC Symposium.

Postal history symposium builds on inaugural show

There was no shortage of postal history at the second annual symposium hosted by the Postal History Society of Canada (PHSC) in Hamilton this July. The five-day show, which included a two-day bourse on July 21 and 22, was a marked improvement over last year’s inaugural show, said symposium vice-chair Bill Longley. Continue reading →

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CSN Marketplace
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Page 28
Show & Bourse
Check out the shows in your area
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Ian Robertson
Stamping Grounds
Post office artifacts offer clues to postal history origins
Page 6
David Piercey
Philatelic Bookshelf
MOON cancel book self-published by B.C. philatelist
Page 8

Mike Smith
A fresh look at J.W. Bald postcards
Page 10
Chad Neighbor
Commonwealth Communiqué
Stamp shop in quiet town gets complicated after nerve agent
Page 23

Ian Robertson
Looking Back
Three stamps feature cars produced by Canadian auto pioneer
Page 24
Robin Harris
New Issues
From around the world
Page 26

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