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World Class classic exhibits from international level exhibitors. A visual treat.
A vluable site with tips, samples, examples and glorious pages from luminaries like Fran Adams, Bob Markovitts and Alan Cambell with US, topical, Officials, UN forerunners and more. Note: this is from the Internet Archive and not all links are current.
Outstanding exhibits are shown by the American Association of Philatelic Exhibitors. This shows the highest award each received and, for many, the synopsis as well. Usually only the judges get to the see this and ii is good to have models available
The Collectors Club of Chicago has added many members’ exhibits to their web page at The site has loads of exhibits including those of rarely seen areas such as Ubangi-Shari-Chad and the US Issues of 1861-1868.
The FIP (Federation Internationale de Philatelie) Postal Stationery Commission shows over 20 exhibits of postal stationery with a great range of countries and subjects.
BNAPS focuses on Canada and the pre-confederation colonies (British Columbia, Canada, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island). Great Canadian area stamp exhibits here.
A number of first-rate Domestic and Foreign Stamp Exhibits by top tier exhibitors
The "Fédération Internationale de Philatélie" (FIP) has sections for each major area of exhibiting. The FIP Thematic Commission has World Class Thematic Stamp Exhibits on this website.
Extensive range of exhibits from Indo-China, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Highlights exhibits of Edward Grabowski and Ron Bently as well as several others
The Canal Zone Study Group makes a number of specialized Canal Zone Stamps and Postal History Exhibits available on this website.
A wide range of Chinese stamp exhibits from master exhibitors as well as a series of guides to exhibiting.
Significant Ethiopean Stamp Exhibits, prepared by Ulf Lindahl, Roberto Sciaky and others are on this site.
Confederate stamp and postal history exhibits contain many unusual and rare items that are rarely seen on the market These 25 exhibits are a great resource for content and for exhibiting technique.
Comprehensive website with exhibits of early Zanzibar, British East Africa, German East Africa and early Uganda, all prepared by George Krieger.
The German Philatelic Society of the USA had their first Virtual Stamp Exhibit Show . All exhibits, and the Palmares are available for public viewing.
A variety of thematic exhibits from one frame, two frame, and open competition as well as postcard exhibits.
A number of world class thematic exhibits from International competitions with Gold and Vermeil medal level exhibits.
The Czechoslovakia web site Exponet is, perhaps, the site with the greatest number of stamp exhibits in the world. In roughly 2011 it changed its interface for finding and viewing exhibits. I prefer the old Exponet, with the older interface, because I find it easier to view the exhibit pages. The difficulty is that this interface does not access any post-2011 exhibits.
The new Exponet, with the new interface, is better in all respects except for ease of viewing pages.
The Polonus Polish Philatelic Society shares several award winning Polish Stamp Exhibits on this site.
Tremendous sitei wth more great Iranian stamps exhibits than I can count from many accomplished exhibitors. Plus, great web design makes seeing these exhibits a pleasure
Malaria Philatelists International is devoted to the collecting and exhibiting Malaria Stamps. This is where they share their exhibits.
Dave Elsmore shares revenue stamp exhibits of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Commonwealth of Australia in a fantastic and comprehensive site.
Exhibits of Metered and Digital Postage Stamps are highlighted here.Some exhibits are primarily meters and others use meters in a thmatic exhibit.
The Ukraninian Philatelic and Numismatic Society hosts a number of Stamp Exhibits of Carpatho-Ukraine and of Ukraine. Slightly esoteric perhaps, but fascinating.
The place where Paleontology and Paleoanthropology meets Philately: Philatelic exhibits related to Animal and Human Evolution including the famous T.rex stamp exhibit.
The Rossica Society is a world-wide society devoted to all aspects of Russian philately, from the pre-stamp days of Imperial Russia to current post-Soviet philately. They showcases more than 35 Russian Stamp Exhibits from 25 authors on their website.
Scouts on Stamps Society International, specializing in stamps and postal items about the Boy Girl Scouts, has more than 30 Scouts and Scouting Stamp Exhibits.
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The France & Colonies Philatelic Society has great Stamp Exhibits of French Colonies on their web site including Edward Grabowski's Grand Prix d'Honneur exhibit of Guadeloupe Postal History.
Extraordinary German stamp exhibits - printed copies of some are specifically addressed on this website as being for sale - that can serve as a master class in exhibit preparation. Use the drop-down exhibit tab on the web site.
Richard Frajola maintains an extensive philatelic website. One portion of this web site has over 300 stamp and postal history exhibits of uniformly high quality covering every area of exhibiting. The exhibits on this site can serve as a graduate level class in how to prepare exceptional exhibits.
The USPCS gathers together great traditional and postal history exhibits in each area of classic philately, from the stampless period to the Columbian issue, and from the foreign to the local and western mails. Multiple Champion-of-Champion winners are included.
The Forces Postal History Society brings together collectors and exhibits of postal history of Armed Forces of all countries, including postmarks, cachets, postage rates, prisoner-of-war mail, stamps and stationery and, censorship
In addition to the 700 copies of stamp exhibits in the American Philatelic Research Library, the APS maintains an on-line library of over 100 stamp exhibits in 4 categories: Air Mail, Foreign, Topical/Thematic and US.
Trish Kaufman curates a site of all things Confederate including " an ever-increasing selection of Confederate stamp and postal history exhibit pages, most award-winning and some strictly informative."
Exhibits of United Nations stamps and postal history as well as issues and postal history of its branches, specialized agencies and forerunners as well as topical issues about the United Nations, its agencies and programs.
Exhibits from members of the Hong Kong Study Circle including Treaty Ports and Japanese Occupation of Hong Kong.
Strength in Swedish stamps and postal history exhibits but worldwide exhibits from NY Postmaster Provisionals to Harry Potter are present. Many exhibits in Swedish but English and German language exhibits also found.
A small number of exhibits made available by the British Caribbean Philatelic Study Group
A full range of over 1500 Italian Postal History exhibits with strength in World War I postal history. Note - most exhibits are in Italian with others in German, French and English
Exhibits from members of the British West Indies Study Circle including Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras, Grenada, Dominica Jamaica, St. Vincent and Trinidad. Exhibits shown in Flipbook format.
Several impressive Swiss stamp exhibits including a Champion of Champions national award and Grand Award winning exhibits.
The Associação Brasileira De Filatelia Temática, the Brazilian Association Of Thematic Philately , has a small selection of Thematic exhibits.
Siegel Auction Galleries says that not all of the information in an exhibit can make it into an auction catalog, and is lost if not published. These exhibits are intended as a research tool, as well as an inspiration to collectors.
The American Topical Association makes selected pages from award-winning thematic exhibits available on their website.
Exhibits from the Universal Ship Cancellation Society. The Society specializes in postmarks and covers from all maritime services. Exhibits are on a drop-down menu under 'Resources'.
A full range of Polish stamp and postal history exhibits from the Polish Philatelists Union. Note - exhibits are in Polish.
Small in number but high in quality, these exhibits from the Machine Cancel Society feature award-winning exhibits.
Extensive showing of Peruvian traditional, postal history, revenue and telegraph exhibits from the Peru Philatelic Study Circle.
British North American Postal History Exhibits and Displays
National and International award-winning exhibits of specialized Haiti. (Scroll down on landing page.)
From Colonial Mail to WWII Mail, a few nicely chosen Australian Postal History exhibits.
Extensive Falkland Islands resources including all of Falkland's philately in exhibits.
Jointly sponsored by APS, American Topical Associaiton and American First Day Cover Society, it is the largest show in the US with over 100 philatelic exhibits. The 2020 show saw a number of new exhibits.
A small number of exhibits but exhibits of the highest quality including at least one Champion of Champions Winner.
The Royal Philatelic Society invites members to give talks about their areas of specialization. Handouts, with copies of exhibit/display pages are prepared for these talks. Over 150 of these handouts for specialized talks are available on the Royal;s website. Every category of stamp exhibit and stamp exhibit pages from an astounding range of philatelic interests is is included.
A selection of Guatemalan Stamp Exhibits covering teh period from 1871 to 1963.
Award-winning military postal history exhibits covering the period 1855 to 2005 created by such members as Alfred F. Kugel, Ed Dubin, Bob Collins, Jerry Miller, Tom Pratuch, and David Kent.
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Postal Stationery Exhibits of US stationery: postal cards, stamped envelopes and wrappers.
Exhibits from the society for collectors of fish and game stamps, licenses, prints and related items. Not your usual exhibits.
An on-line library of the Journal of Postal History, the publication of the [US] Postal History Society. It addreses routes, rates, markings, usages, and services, functions, and activities related to the development of postal services.
The Stamp Club of Kansas City, the Midwest Philateiic Society has a robust collection of exhibits along with useful exhibiting information.
Greg Balagian's site with stamp exhibits of Lions, Lynxes and other felines.
An Impressive array of great stamp exhibits of Switzerland (including a Champion of Champions winner.)
A lot of good things from Wisconsin, including these on-line stamp exhibits. They are not traditional exhibits in multiples of 16 pages. There are 1-page exhibits and 4-page exhibits here as well as a few 14-page ones.
These Irish Postal History Exhibits show a broad diversity of subject matter and a great variety of material all focused on facets of Irish Philately. There are great exhibits here, especially come by Robert Benninghoff
The Commission for Thematic Philately has made international award-winning Thematic Exhibits on their website. Many International Golds and several International Large Golds. Well worth a look. Great techniques are on display.
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An extensive collection of Indian stamp and postal history exhibits, from Pre-Indipendenct to the present, prepared by Praful Thakkar.
The Society has a wide variety of stamp exhibits, some of which are excellent. Scroll down past presentations and you will find exhibits.
This ten-frame postal history exhibit is of
the 1¢ Franklin on cover posted during its period of primary
use, February 1903 to late 1909. The exhibit explores: Postal Rates and Special Services, Rate Problems, Transportation of the Mail and Cancels.
One of the most exciting set of exhibit pages I have seen showing postal usage of the Chinese Martyrs 1932-1945. Well done, excellent pages, highest quality graphics and great content.
Lars Engelbrecht exhibits Bi-coloured Postal Stationery of Denmark 1871-1905 and he has a tremendous exhibit. On his web site he has links to five different versions of his exhibit. This exhibit is now an international gold medal winning exhibit
Perhaps the best known exhibit of Holocaust materials related to stamps, covers, postcards, letters, bank note forgeries, and manuscripts from concentration camps & Jewish ghettos
A detailed treatment of the history of a stamp exhibit New Hebrides / Nouvelles-Hébrides 1892 – 1948 is available. The site traces the evolution of the exhibit from a 2-frame exhibit to a 5-frame gold medal exhibit and what has happened in the subsequent years. It’s a fascinating story.
An outstanding postal history exhibit of a single stamp showing the breadth, depth and operations of the US Post Office and the worldwide network of interconnected and overlapping postal systems.
The exhibit illustrates the results of the difficulties encountered in printing early line-engraved bicolor postal issues using intaglio printing.
Pages from this 'inverted airmail' exhibit covering all production vareties and aspects - printings, inverts, shifted vignettes and official flights - of this iconic stamp
The Ways U.S. Postage Due Stamps Were Used, 1879 -1986, an Exhibit by Tony Wawrukiewicz showing the many ways U.S. postage due stamps were used from July 1879 until Oct. 1986.
A marvelous and beautiful exhibit addressing the efforts of the UN to settle the land dispute between the Arab and Jewish populations in the Palestine Mandate. A model of clarity for a difficult subject.
In 2012 the USPS converted Automated Postal Center (APCs) kiosks to Self Service Stamp and Mailing Centers (SSSMC). This profusely illustrated stamp exhibit by Peter Elias tells that story..
Bob Markovits exhibit of United States 90¢ Stationery - Reay and Plimpton Issues with Source Material and Usages
Thomas Pratuch's gold medal exhibit is a model of clarity in presenting a very complex subject: rates, routes, and markings for military mail of the Papal States