RPSL Council Members Zoom-presentation(2)
Buddhist Themed Stamps:Religious Didactic Tool or Postal Ephemera?
Sir Rowland Hill's Postal Reform & Penny Black by Jack Zhang FRPSL
Collector's Most Popular Topics
Most Valuable Stamps
Most Unusual Stamps
Valuable Stamps Blue Mauritius
How to make exhibit sheet? （李近朱会士教您如何制作邮集贴片）
Shanghai Postal history Just before & after 1949
Discussion on the Gum of Chinese Postage stamps
Videos from Graham Beck of Exploring Stamps
Ted Talks Stamps
Archer Perforations and this Gladstone and Disraeli Cover
This illustrated cover uses a 1d. stamp, lettered DA, which is from plate 94 from Archer’s experimental perforations. It has been used on a letter from William Gladstone to Benjamin Disraeli, sent from the House of Commons on 7 March 1853.
Gladstone held the role of Chancellor of the Exchequer at this time, having succeeded Disraeli in the role, and went on to become Prime Minister on four separate occasions. Disraeli went on to become Prime Minister twice. There was always a strong rivalry between these men, with them both succeeding each other in these roles throughout their careers.(words by Gabby of ANDREW G LAJER PHILATELIST with thanks).
The Prince and the chancer (The so-called Prince Consort Essay was a surface printed stamp sample created in 1850)
Dr.Cheryl Ganz RDP FRPSl's talk on the National Postal Museum and Philately
History of Postcards
We try to chronicle the history of postcards through a timeline of relevant events, going back a few centuries to provide the context that culminated in postcards being officially issued and recognized by a postal operator, on October 1st 1869. For more details, please click here. (by kind courtesy of Mr. Paulo Magalhães , http://www.postcrossing.com/ )