and Tibet Philatelic Study Circle
Postal Himal No. 153,
SIKKIM - The Stamp Papers by Brian G. Vincent
items about some seldom seen items.
Some New Postal Historical Facts of Tibet by Ed
Boers shows some Tibet covers from his extensive collection with new
/ latest dates of postmarks and a
unknown Directional Marking.
Colin Hepper FRPSL writes about a Visit to
Kathmandu with some nice pictures of Kathmandu G.P.O. , Basantapur Post
Office, Pokhara Post Office, Lalitpur Post Office.
Saltoro Expedition 1960, the continuation of a
series by Thomas W. Weixelmann Sr. about Himalayan Expedition and their
A New Type Kathmandu Postmark? by Colin Hepper
FRPSL shows a Nepal Postal Card with a Killer Postmark similar to Kathmandu
C70 and ask for further information.
Part 4 of the series of 6 articles by Jeffrey
Brown about Himalayan Airmail.
Another fine article by Colin Hepper FRPSL shows
a Remarkable Nepalese Covers from 1882.
Mysterious Marks Revealed by Bo C. Olsson and
Wolfgang Scharlipp about some Tibetan Markings based on images provided by
Bo Olsson and Rainer Fuchs.
The issue concludes with the index List of
Postal Himal Numbers 149 -152 (2012).
Postal Himal No. 154,
Obituary by Brian W. Smith about Nicolas Gervase Rhodes who passed away
already in 2011.
Again Brian W. Smith writes about a Tibet 1 Sang Multiple.
Bo C. Olsson informs about “Forged Tibet Increases at Traditional Auction
The NTPSC Combined Statement of Accounts: 01 January – 31 December 2012 by
Colin Hepper (FRPSL).
Early B4 Gyantse Postmark by Brian W. Smith in reply to Ed Boers Article in
Alan Warren writes about The Mount Everest Stamps of Tibet.
Custom Mark of Listi by Dick van der Wateren writes about a Nepalese Custom
A Bailey Cover by Brian Smith asks for further information on the cover,
presuming written by Major F. M. Bailey in
Message from the President by Colin Hepper (FRPLS).
A open letter to all members with
some questions to comment on membership rates, publishing of PH and Life
Surendra Lal Shresta shows some mages of Commemorative Covers of Nepal.
And to conclude this bulletin, Alfonso G. Zuleta continues his series with
Postal Himal No. 155, 3rd. Quarter 2013
- Obituary by Leo Martyn about Frealon
Bibbins who passed away in July 2013.
- As continuation of this series started in
Postal Himal 153 and Postal Himal 154, Bruno Le Beut writes about Early B4
- It is reported that Alan Warren has
received the Liechtenstein Award
from the Collectors Club of New York.
- Bruno Le Beut writes about Tibet - The
Three Trangkas "Forwarding Rate.
- Rainer Fuchs is asking if Tibet Specialist
Study Group Members needed?
Download article here.
(270 KB, PDF)
- "Tibetan 1 Sang Multiples, again" by Alan
- Personalized Stamp Issues of Bhutan Post
2008, 2009 and 2011 by Leo Van der Velden.
- Brian Smith continues his writing on more
of his Bailey Cover.
Postal Himal No. 156, 4th.
"Himalayan Airmails” by Jeffrey
Brown, the 5th. part of his article. Houston Mount Everest
Dick van der Wateren reports an unrecorded
classical Postal Stationary Card.
Exhibition Post Office by Jaya Hari Jha.
Chisapani (Postmarks) by Dick van der
Bhutan Postal Stationary - Some Questions
by Brian G. Vincent FRPSNZ shows some interesting Bhutan Items. An article
very much worth to read.
Colin Hepper FRPSL writes about some
interesting Mail to South America.
The prices realized from NTPSC auction No.
72 are listed.
1936 Tibet Cover to D. D. Tsarong by Brian
W. Smith. A wonderful article about a cover addressed to D. D. Tsarong. That
cover is also shown on the front page of that bulletin.
Dr. Wolfgang Scharlipp with illustrations
by Bo C. Olsson writes about the text of all Tibetan Stamps: Postal
"Official" and Telegraph.
Curious Cover 2 by Colin Hepper FRPSL is
about a cover with a very fine seal with what seems to be a signature below.
Johannes Bornmann writes about the Design
of the Classic Nepal Postal Stationary.
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