Tasmanian Philatelic Society

Established 1900



http://www.stage4and40.com/best-dissertation-writing-service-review/ The Tasmanian Philatelic Society has been providing a meeting place for people interested in all aspects of stamp collecting, postal history and related interests since 1900. While we are the only society word-wide dedicated to Tasmania, we also cater for any local  stamp collector no matter what their interest.  The TPS welcomes people of all ages, interests and levels of knowledge to participate in its activities as a visitor or as a member – all that’s required is an interest in philately.


http://kilanigroup.net/?p=help-writing-speech TPS holds monthly meetings on the last Monday of the Month, except for December, at 7:30 PM, 159 Macquarie St, Legacy House, Hobart. Displays are shown and members and visitors can meet informally. Guest speakers as listed on the Annual Program cover a wide range of topics and include acknowledged experts in their field. A small ‘Sale by Tender’ is held at each meeting where members can buy and sell. Exchange sheets are also circulated at meetings, and regular circuit books are available to those members living in Tasmania.

Interstate and overseas Members

http://prediksitogelwin.com/?p=essay-about-disadvantages-of-online-shopping Around half our members live outside Tasmania. Benefits for these members include two editions of our research Journal, The Courier per year and access to on-line member services. We also provide an on-line discussion forum, the TPS Bulletin Board where people interested in Tasmanian philately and postcards and exchange  and seek information .

Member Services

follow site A useful Philatelic Library has been established, containing catalogues and publications on all aspects of stamp collecting and related fields. For non-local members, we will provide scans of Library publications within the limits of Australian copyright law (up to  10% or 1 chapter for use for private study or research).

http://www.nbinflatables.com/jekyll-and-hyde-essay-help/ There is a strong Tasmanian and Australian section but publications covering many other countries are held. The TPS also maintains recent copies of key Catalogues for reference by members.

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http://dinaraworld.com/?p=stuff-to-do-in-college The TPS journal ‘The Courier’ is published twice yearly and is provided to financial members as part of their membership. This journal has been regularly published since 1985 and presents a wide and detailed coverage of the stamps, postal history and postal markings of Tasmania. Back copies of  ‘The Courier’ are available for sale and are useful references for the collector of any aspect of Tasmanian Philately. Editions 1 – 48 are available as PDFs on a CD for $30 for non-memners, and $20 for members. See Publication Sales for details.

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follow site Visitors are always welcome at TPS meetings. If you would like to join the TPS, application may be made to the Secretary on the membership application form.The annual membership fee is from $10 to $35 per year depending on the category of membership.

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