The Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 72, 4th. Quarter 1992
- In Q&A, George Bourke send in some information in response to Wilson Lin’s inquiry in Postal Himal No. 71, p. 47 concerning unissued overprinted Chinese Stamps for the use in Tibet.
- Leo Martin’s "Editorial" offers as usual a wide variety of subjects, to many to mention.
- "Further Notes on the British-Indian Post Office in Tibet, Part 2" by Wolfgang C. Hellrigl give additional dated of use of various postmarks, Postal labels, Forged Postal marks etc... very interesting and informative indeed.
- "HULAK GOSHVARA-SHRESTA PHANT" by Krishna Raj B Handari explains the function of this Nepalese Post office.
- In "News from Katmandu" by S.L. Shresta informs about a new type of Postmark used in the G.P.O. in Katmandu.
- We are informed about the new "Nepal, Catalogue of Postal Stationary" by Prof. Dr. Axel Werner and Dick van der Wateren
- The Philatelic Program of 1993 is being published as received from the Nepal Philatelic Bureau.
- Leonard A. Nadybal writes about the "Bhutan Stamp Agency Problem Revealed". A very detailed report about this country.
- "On the practice of marking forgeries" by George Bourke informs us about this common Problem, especially when genuine stamps marked as forgeries.
- The Nepal Philatelic Bureau has send in his list of available postage stamps as of 1993.
- Armand E. Singer writes about "The 1976 Nanga Parbat Flimsy"
- A list of Bhutanese Post Offices is has been compiled by S. C. Sukani
- and finally, Wolfgang Hellrigl gives a preview on "Nepal, Catalogue of Postal Stationary 1887-1992" by Prof. Dr. Axel Werner and Dick van der Wateren.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 71, 3rd. Quarter 1992
- Colin Hepper informs about new members, address changes, classified adds and some more announcements related the NTPSC.
- In "News from Katmandu", S.L. Shresta writes about the National Philatelic Exhibition and about his presentation he held on a colloquium on "Philatelic Development and Promotion.
- Leo Martin’s "Editorial" informs us about a wide variety of subjects like:
A Philatelic gift presented by a Pharmaceutical company, consisting of a Bhutanese stamp in form of a record.
An explanation about Scot’s Nepal Listing using the word "NATVE":
- In a very fine and detailed article, Wolfgang C. Hellrigl writes about the "Directional Handstamps of Tibet".
- Armand E. Singer reviews "Tibet First Series, 1912 Plating Study" by Frealon Bibbins.
- "An Unofficial Mail Routing in Eastern Nepal" is described and illustrated by N. G. Rhodes.
- In "Later then we thought", Geoffrey Flack writes about the LHASSA Type VII cancel, used on Tibet stamps, of the 1933 series.
- The fascination subject about "Tibet: The 1950’s Bi-and Quadri-Sects" is discussed by Armand E. Singer.
- Alan Warren writes about Tibet at the World Colombian Stamp Expo held in Rosemont.
- A nice and detailed article by Leo Martin features "Nepal-Tibet-India forged Covers.
- S.L.Shresta shows an interesting cover showing a "EXDEL" handstamp and shows a Nepalese Postal card bearing a temporary postmark of Singha Darbar and a special postmark commemorating the New Democratic Parliament Nepal.
- Wilson Lin send in a question about the "unissued overprinted Chinese Stamps for the use in Tibet".
- Leo Martin gives a correction supplied by Wolfgang Hellrigl on a cover described in Postal Himal No. 69-70.
- And, the Ministry of Communication, department of Postal Services, Katmandu, Nepal informs about the Postage rates, effective from 16. July 1992.
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