The Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 117, 1st. Quarter 2004
Caveat Emptor; Did a Franco Belgian Expedition Really Summit Everest in 1960? The question is being raised in an article by Armand E. Singer. You judge for your self.
Surendra Lal Shresta writes about a Nepal Variety discovered after 20 years.
Letter to a Kind by Ken Lewis, the continuation of the article “Emai Mountain (Postal Himal 116)
Wolfgang Hellrigl wrote the Book review for Armand Singers book “The Chinese Presence in Tibet.
The same author informs us about Commercial Frankings of the 1912 and 1933 issues of Tibet. A detailed list of franking combinations known by the author.
Armand E. Singer submitted an article originally appeared in the Collectors Club Philatelists July-August 2003, titled Early Himalayan Climber’s cover.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 118, 2nd. Quarter 2004
Alan Warren writes about the Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle Meeting at WESTPEX.
The same author writes the book review “The Bailey Correspondence” by Frealon Bibbins.
An ordinary Cover, or Not, a question raised with the report by Dick van der Wateren about a 1918 Nepalese cover.
Jeremy brewer wrote a letter to the editor of Postal Himal with some comments the Ken Jones’ article about Buddhist Monks and their Mail system, published in Postal Himal 116 and 117.
Surendra Lal Shresta reports about a new Nepal variety.
The Anthrax threat in Nepal by Dick van der Wateren tells us about the handstamps and markings that were used in Nepal.
Jeremy brewer gives us his personal view of this year’s exhibits of our members at WESTPEX.
Colin Hepper is asking for help on Modern Postmarks of Nepal
NTPSC at Washington 2006 by Alan warren informs us about the NTPSC Plans that exhibition.
Armand Singer writes about “The Dalai Lama Flees from Tibet, 1910.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 119, 3rd. Quarter 2004
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 120, 4th. Quarter 2004
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