The Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 125, 1st. Quarter 2006
The 3rd. part of Danny Kin-chi Wong’s “Chinese Imperial Post in Tibet”. Nicely written indeed.
Nepal Post Offices – A continuing series by Colin Hepper and Jaya Hari Jha. This time some post offices from Kathmandu are illustrated
A new ½ Anna forgery is reported by Wolfgang Hellrigl
Colin Heppe ris reporting an error in the postmark of Kailaly Exchange Post Office.
Alan Warren writes about Heinrich Harrer who died at the age of 93.
A Bhutan Shirt Letter dated 183 is shown and described by Paul Zuleta.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 126, 2nd. Quarter 2006
Geoffrey Flack and Armand Singer have written an well research article about the Fabulous New Tibet Die- ands Plate proof find.
Nepal Court fee stamps, an attempt of plating them by Wolfgang Hellrigl.
Jaya Hari Jha writes about Nepal Postal History from Nijamati Kitabkhana.
Another “Star Paper Mills” Watermark is being reported by Colin Hepper on the locally printed 2 pice Pashupati stamps, setting 11.
Wolfgang Hellrigl informs us about the earliest known usage of the Nepal 1 Anna, new design (so called Plate II), H/V 44).
Bhutan Free Mail Campaign 1998-1999 by Karl-Heinz Michel.
Dick van der Wateren writes about 2 interesting classic Nepal Postal Cards.
Nepal Post Offices – A continuing series by Colin Hepper and Jaya Hari Jha. This time some post offices from Chabahil Chhoti Hulak and Supreme Court Chhoti Hulak are shown.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 127, 3rd. Quarter 2006
Armand E. Singer writes a “Book Review – The Modern Postmarks of Nepal” by Colin Hepper
As a continuation of Surendra Lal Shresta’s article in Postal Himal 128, page 8, Jaya Hari Jha gives a report on his visit to Postal Service Department in Kathmandu and his inquiry about the new Nepal Post card.
Modern Mountaineering Covers by Alan Warren
From his collection, Colin Hepper shows some interesting covers with stamps tied by official seal and a cover form Rumallamikade in the Daddeldhura District, tied by an unknown postmark.
Wolfgang Hellrigl gives his opinion on the Tibet Proofs recently found.
A interesting article about the new Beijing to Lhasa train
Jeremy Brewer writes about the 1950th., Zig-Zag perforations o some stamps of Tibet.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 128, 4th. Quarter 2006
Colin Hepper gives some “Reminisces on 40 years of collecting Nepal”.
Revenues of Nepal are being shown by Dick van der Wateren.
Richard M. Hanchett writes about his trip in September/October to Bhutan, Nepal, India Thailand and Cambodia.
News from Kathmandu, the regular column by Surendra Lal Shresta, as usual, the new issue program from the Nepalese post is being shown.
Nepal Post Office – A continuing Series by Colin Hepper and Photos by Jaya Hari Jha. This time the post offices from Butwal Ilaka Hulak and Kalaiya are shown..
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