Tasmanian Philatelic Society

Established 1900

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Tasmanian Philatelic Society (TPS) Incorporated

link 1d-Courier-150x159The Tasmanian Philatelic Society ( http://www.seothalesmultimedia.com/conflicts-in-team-writing-be-resolved/ conflicts in team writing be resolved TPS) was founded in 1900 and is based in Hobart, Tasmania. The TPS caters for collectors of stamps, postcards, postal history postmarks and related material. TPS caters for collectors of Tasmania, worldwide and local collectors of all interests.


custom admission essay The Tasmanian Philatelic Society  meets monthly at 7:30 pm first Monday of the month  except for January and offers a program of displays on a wide range of philatelic topics.  A  “Sale by Tender” and exchange sheets provide the opportunity to buy and sell philatelic items.


http://www.pedijatrija.org/?homework-kiarostami homework kiarostami TPS Members within Tasmania have access to a large philatelic library, watermark detectors and UV lights. Exchange books circulate within Tasmania providing a means of buying and selling philatelic material.

Tasmanian Philatelic Society Overseas Members

link Overseas members are also well catered for by means of the Tasmanian Philatelic Society Journal, “The Courier” and access to a Members’ web site which contains specialised articles on Tasmanian topics. The TPS web site offers a wide range of articles on Tasmanian Philately. http://tps.org.au

TPS On-line discussion forum

phd dissertation assistance meles zenawi An active on-line discussion forum has been established which contains an archive of material covering the whole field of Tasmanian Philately and Pictorial Postcards http://tps.org.au/bb

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 Latest News

New Tasmanian Postal History Publication

http://euskalnatura.net/?p=we-write-you-papers-write-my-paper “Tasmanian Postal History: The Post Offices and Their Datestamps” by John Hardinge will be published by the TPS in early 2018. The book lists every known handheld datestamp from 1822 to 2000 with rarity ratings. All Post Office openings and closings are listed as well as a wealth of related information. For more information see the Tasmanian Stamp Books website

Next TPS meeting Mon 2 October 2017

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http://talkingtech.net/help-on-reflective-essay/ Meeting starts 7:30 PM, meeting rooms behind ‘Legacy” , 159 Macquarie St.

Visitors welcome.

1d Pictorial typo flaw finder

Richard Singleton has produced a flaw finder for the 1d Pictorial typographed stamps. [Read more …]

New Postal History article added

19 May 2016: Colin Tabeart, Australia-UK Mails – The Accountancy Period describes the arrangements for Australian States and UK regarding rates for Ship Mails between 1854 and 1856. A detailed article including 10 illustrations has been added to our Philatelic References section

 Tasmanian Postal Guides 1894 – 1901 added to Archives

A large collection of photocopied Tasmanian Post Office records is being added to the TPS Library. Postal Guides from the 1890s – early 1900s and two Guides for Postmasters, 1864 and 1870 are in the catalogue. 8 Tasmanian Postal Guides from 1894 to 1901 are available for download at this stage. More material will be added to the Library in coming months,

Crotty – Postal History

Crotty Township circa 1902A new article on the Postal History of Crotty on the West Coast of Tasmania has been added to the References section.

This includes maps, images of postmarks and some historic photos

21 Jul 2015 Tasmanian Postal History 1880 to 1890 Timeline added to References Section

Continuing the summary of Tasmanian Postal History, a new page listing the main changes from 1880 has been added to our website

7 July 2015

Postal History timeline from 1868 to 1880 added to References section

1/1/2015 New Rarity Ratings and guide to CDS on Tasmanian Pictorials – Reprint


5 June 2015: The revised Edition has now been re-printed and all backorders are in the mail. Purchasers of the first edition will receive a list of up-dates by email shortly.

This 48-page booklet includes new, expanded and revised rarity ratings, cds types, early and late dates, other markings on the Pictorial stamps and much more information.

Now available for $30 plus postage.  For more information and to order, see the  cds on pictorials publications page.

Tasmania – Postal History timeline 1803 – 1853

A brief summary of Tasmanian Postal History from first settlement to 1853 has been added to our site .
This includes important dates and details of Acts, introduction of handstamps, rate changes and a summary of the development of the postal system to the introduction of adhesive stamps and the Postal Act of 1853