The Nepal and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 145, 1st. Quarter 2011
Wolfgang Bertsch writes about A Printing Block for Producing Forgeries of an Early Tibetan Stamp with some Notes on the printing of Tibetan Postage Stamps.
Rainer Fuchs is asking “What is going on with the NTPSC”.
The Report of a Meeting of the
The bulletin concludes with the Index for Postal Himal Numbers 141-144 (2010).
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 146, 2nd Quarter 2011
Richard Hanchett in his Editors Ramblings reports the Colin Hepper has been elected as a fellow of the Royal Philatelic Society of London. Congratulation Colin, much deserved.
Jeffrey Brown starts a series of “Himalayan Airmails. Part 1 deals with Kabul Evacuation flights. The article has been first published in India Post and was reprinted with permission.
The Himalayas on Nepalese Postage Stamps by Bindo K. Shresta, a continuation of his series of articled, This time the mountains Kanjiroba Himal, Kumbhakarna Himal/Jannu, Langtang Himal, Machapuchere, Mansiri Himal Range, Nampa, Nilgiri Himal, Nuptse, Pabil, Pumori, Saipal, Tukuche and Baden Powel Peak are covered.
Colin Hepper FRSPL writes about his Visit to Nepal, 29 years after his last visit.
A Note on the Location of Dognpur / Gonkur by Dr. Robert A. Gilbert. Robert gives some information on the assumed location in response to Bo Olsson’s article “Tibet Post Marks and Postal Lines 1912-1933 (PH 144).
Colin Hepper FRPSL writes on “The Papenfus Forgeries – Part 1”, dealing with smalls sheets of the locally printed Pashupati Issues of Nepal.
Bo Olsson*s “Answer to the Puzzle, the Answer to he Puzzle on a forged Tibet cover.
By courtesy of the Nepal Philatelic Bureau, the latest First Day Covers of Nepal are reported.
The Cover with Everything by Coling Hepper. A magnificent 1942 cover franked with Indian Stamps plus a array of Nepal 1930 issue Pashupati and classic design stamps the later cancelled by the a scarce Maharaja Camp seal postmark and finally the cover bears a wax seal. The cover was addressed to New York and bears a New York receiving postmark.
The end of the series of Nepal Post Offices by Colin Hepper FRPSL. His time the post offices Lubu Chhoti Hulak and Jawalakhel Atirikta Hulak of Lalitpur are shown.
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 147 3rd. Quarter 2011
This issue is, what I like to call, the obituary issue for the late Wolfgang C. Hellrigl who passed away on 23rd. November 2010. Obituaries published in that issue were written by: Alan Warren, Colin Hepper, Leo Martyn, Jaya Hari Jha, Richard M. Hanchett, George Harell, Johannes Bornmann and Surendra Lal Shresta, Surendra also had sent in images of postcards written by the late Wolfgang Hellrigl.
Colin Hepper shows a letter written b by the late Wolfgang Hellrigl that was
sent out many years ago to a list of
The Himalayas on Nepalese Postage Stamps by Binod K. Shresta, This series concludes now with a list of stamps from various countries world wide that shown Himalayan topics on stamps.
In the regular column “New from Katmandu”, Surendra Lal Shresta shows a 1947 letter, postmarked at the Indian Post Office in Nepal, postmarked “Indian Embassy Nepal, 15. December 1947 (Postmark type B83 as per Wolfgang Hellrigl’s “Nepal Postal History, issued by Bolaffi, 1991.
Furthermore, he informs abut a new type of Meter ranking in
Table of Content of Postal Himal No. 148, 4th. Quarter 2011
Also in this issue, several obituaries, commemorating the late Wolfgang C. Hellrigl were published, Obituaries, some of them with photographs, in this bulleting, were received by Frank E. Vignola III, Dick van der Wateren and Julie Marshall.
The Postal History of Mongolia 1841 – 1941 by the late Wolfgang Hellrigl. An Article, reprinted from “The London Philatelist”, the publication of the Royal Philatelic Society of London (RPSL). (Note: I had seen this book now on several occasions at exhibitions RPSL had attended) and can highly recommend that book.
“Is this an unlisted setting of the 2 Anna”, a question Doug Hall is asking in his fine article showing and explaining a block of 12 stamps of the late telegraphic issues of Nepal.
Bo C. Olsson continues publishing Articles, this time about “Alterations and
Additions regarding Waterfall’s check list of the (
Colin Hepper (FSPRL) reports “A New Registration Label
Handstamp fro the Indian Embassy” at
“From EXPTL. PO to Drujegang PO – A legacy Intact” by Leo von der Velden
Dick van der Wateren “On Tour” in Kathmandu.
Article on Tibet First issue in British Stamp Magazine (Gibbons Stamp Monthly, GSM)), issue November 2011. Alan Warren informs abut the article by Geoffrey Flack.
And again Bo Olsson, he submitted an article about “An Unknown Directional Mark of Tibet”
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