The Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Postal Himal 129, 1st Quarter 2007
One Rupee Court Fee Documentary Stamp by Paul C. Hagar.
Colin Hepper informs about the availability of Postal Himal’s back issues available on CD created by him, furthermore, a detailed index of all Postal Himal issues is currently prepared by him.
Armand E. Singer reports about an unrecorded Tibet Philatelic Find
In his regular column, Surendra Lal Shresta writes about the new issues form Nepal.
Roger Skinner and Surendra Lal Shresta write about the WESTPEX 2006 philatelic exhibition.
The continuing series of Nepal Post Offices by Colin Hepper introduces this time pictures and postmarks from Lumbini Chhoti Hulak and Manigram Chhoti Hulak.
And finally, the Index for Postal Himal Numbers 125-128 (Issues of 2006) can be found
Postal Himal 130, 2nd Quarter 2007
Wolfgang Hellrigl, Alfonzo G. Zulueta and Armand E. Singer write about the sad new of the passing away of Frank J. Vignola Jr.
Bo Olsson informs about New Colours in Addition to Waterfall’s Colour Shades in his Handbook, compiled from a table provided by Rainer Fuchs
Aachhape “No Postmark” by Coln Hepper informs the readers about this manuscript cancellation.
Bo Olsson writes about a manipulated Tibet cover
New issues form Nepal are beeng ntrudueced.
In his continuing series of Nepal Post Offices by Colin Hepper pictures and postmarks from Rupandehi District Post Office, Bara District Post Office, Bouda Atirikta Hulak and Aadarshanagar Chhoti Hulak are being shown.
Paul Hagar sent in a correction to his Court fee Artcile published in Postal Himal 129.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 131, 3rd. Quarter 2007
This issue is almost entirely dedicated to Armand E. Singer, who past away on July 12, 2007. Obituaries by F. Ann Hill, Jeremy R. Brewer, Geoffrey Flack, Alan Warren, Dick vn der Wateren, Wolfgang Hellrigl, Richard M. Hanchett, Leo Martyn and Amy Prunty can be found in the magazine..
Furthermore, it was mentioned by Alan Warren and Colin Hepper that Wilfred Franke, Tibet collector and examiner had past away.
Finally, an article by the late Armand E. Singer, titled "Lt. Col. T. Chamberlin, Camp P.O. and the 1814-16 Angla-Gutkha War", is published.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 132, 4th. Quarter 2007
Bo Olson, a new author for Postal Himal, informs about a unrecorded Chinese/Tibetan postmark of the (Waterfall) C6 type postmark.
Surendra Lal Sharesta in his regular column "New from Kathmandu" informs about an error on a 2004 postcard from Nepal where the name Nepal is missing. In addition, he writes about some seals and commemorative Covers of Nepal.
Nepal - The Sri Pashupati Prinitngs - Perkins Bacon Archives, a fascinating article by Colin Hepper. He writes about the philatelic records from Perkins Bacon & Co, now in the archive of the Royal Philatelic Society of London.
An erratum and clarification on the article by Bo Olsson published in Postal Himal No. 130 on New Color Names for Tibet, received by Rainer Fuchs and the author himself.
Bob Gould writes on the fascinating subject of Himalayan Mountaineering Correspondence.
Dongkur Post Office of Tibet by Wolfgang Hellrigl raises some question on the location of the Post Office for where mail is rarely seen.
Ka Sa (Kaj Sarkari) - Official Government Mail by Colin Hepper sheds some light on the common mail, known since the postal system in Nepal begun in 1881.
Alan Warren informs about the 25-year certificate the NTPSC has received from APS during the APS Stampshow held in Portland OR in August 2007. Furthermore, the the certificate is shown awarding a silver award for Postla Himal during the same show.
The issue concludes with the continuation of Nepal Post Offices by Colin Hepper and photos by Jaya Hari Jha with with post offices Makawanpur District Post Office and Bhawanipur Post Office.
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