All of us at Hungaria Stamp Exchange want to thank you for helping us have a terrific year! We appreciate your wonderful support and enthusiasm for the advancement of Eastern European philately. This past year we enjoyed chatting, emailing and even meeting in person at the World Stamp Show in New York last spring and look forward to continuing the dialogue during 2017. If you happened to miss the previous blog posts from the World Stamp Show 2016, we invite you to sort through the blog archive and check out those exciting postings. In this issue we will be sharing a summary of our Stamp Collector Survey with plans for new collector development as well as highlights of Alan’s anticipated presentation to Mafitt to support his membership nomination. And of course, we will be spotlighting the New Issues of Hungary, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Czech Republic.
What do John Lennon’s childhood collection, an Olympian gold medalist rower, and an inverted Jenny airplane have in common? Keep reading to learn the answer…
All of us here at the Hungaria Stamp Exchange are excited about the opportunity to attend the World Stamp Show 2016 May 28- June 4 in New York City. The excitement of experiencing a show which is projected to attract 250,000 stamp collectors, exhibitors, postal authorities, societies and dealers from all over the world combined with the fact it is located in the heart of New York City at the Javits Convention Center makes it an irresistible event. Continue reading “Heading to the “Big Apple” for the World Stamp Show New York 2016”
If anyone happens to be in the Merrimack Valley area of Massachusetts during the month of March, please stop in to the Lowell Five Bank in North Andover, MA to enjoy the Hungaria Stamp Exchange display.
Included are posters on Eastern European Topical Stamps such as Art as well as articles which include Philately and the Modern Era Olympics.
While our New England weather has provided us with a quirky start to the New Year, the world of Eastern European philately is looking forward to a bright and exciting year.We hope you will enjoy reading the article we assembled on the philately of the modern day Olympic Games and take some time to browse in the Hungaria Stamp Exchange online store for stamps issued by the Eastern European countries and Greece.
Click the link to the HSE store and you may notice that we have been busy redesigning the store. We hope you will enjoy the visit!