Fall in New England is here with a display of colors in the foliage and crisp cool evenings.
Wrap-up from the World Stamp Show 2016 New York, New York
Just before the start of summer, all of us from the Hungaria Stamp Exchange had the incredible opportunity to attend the once in a decade World Stamp Show held in New York.
WSS 2016: Andrew, Stacie, Alan
Penny Black Stamp
At the Show we saw the Penny Black Stamp, the first uniform adhesive postal Stamp in the world
John Lennon’s Stamp Album
and the boyhood stamp collection of Beatle John Lennon.
We also had the privilege to stand next to an actual Jenny bi-plane
Diane & Alan checking out an actual Jenny bi-plane
and the corresponding rare inverted Jenny Stamp!
Rare inverted Jenny stamp
The World Stamp Show was exciting, informative and fun event for all who attended.
More so, it was a wonderful opportunity to re- connect with long time friends, as well as meet and form new friendships with collectors, vendors and international postal authorities.
Current President of Society for Hungarian Philately sits with former President Bob Morgan
Stella and Paul Richter
Exploring New York City
After the show we got to explore a little bit of the delicious and diverse culinary scenes in New York City. The highlight was Andre’s Cafe Budapest in the Upper East Side. Andrew and Stacie joined Alan and other members of Society for Hungarian Philately and Hungarian dignitaries for a Hungarian feast.
Delicious Goulash and Chicken Paprikash
Alan and Stacie enjoying red and white Hungarian Tokay wine
When in New York City, what is more fun than enjoying the dazzling experience of Times Square and Broadway? Later in the week Alan and Diane had the opportunity to enjoy the broadway show Lion King with friends.
Disney Character Mickey Mouse celebrates a birthday on stamps displayed at the WSS 2016
Diane poses with Disney characters Elsa, Elmo and Mickey in Times Square
Please take some time to browse the many interesting topicals in the HSE online store. https://www.buyhungarianstamps.com/
At the World Stamp Show, visitors were able to travel the world by stopping at the booths of the various international postal authorities that were present at the show to purchase a stamp and obtain postmarks from their respective countries.
HSE Reaches out to Eastern European Postal Authorities
Czech Republic Children’s Year:
Over the past few years we have been expanding our relationship with many of the Eastern European postal authorities. The Hungarian Stamp Exchange is pleased to reaffirm our business agreement with Magyar Posta.
Croatia Stations of the Cross
And we are delighted to announce we now have direct agreements in place with Croatia, Kosovo, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
Croatia Bridges – 2013
We look forward to using these opportunities to improve and increase services and our philatelic offerings to our customers.
Calling All Topical Collectors:
And to all our enthusiastic topical collectors, we have been adding to our topical stamps displayed in the store, so please check out our sports and Olympics offerings or browse the many interesting topicals in the HSE online store. https://www.buyhungarianstamps.com
Ukraine 2016 Rio
Croatia 2016 Rio
New Stamp Collector Development
The Hungaria Stamp Exchange applauds the efforts of the American Philatelic Society (APS), American Stamp Dealers Association (ASDA) and Amos Publishing in developing support for youth and new stamp collectors of all ages. Hungaria Stamp Exchange is committed to supporting multi-generational interest in stamp collecting.
Croatia 2016 “Say No to Hate”
Kosovo 2015 Children’s Year
Program Development Survey: We Need Your Help!
To develop such a program we would love to hear from you about what sparked your interest in stamp collecting, topics and countries that you collect and what motivates you to keep collecting. And most importantly, what would you say to inspire new and potential collectors?
So just click this link to take our survey and share your comments with us.
We hope you have a wonderful fall organizing your collection for some “serious stamp time” during this coming winter!
Best regards from all of us at Hungaria Stamp Exchange,
Alan, Diane, Stacie, Andrew