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Philatelic exhibiting can be a very complex subject if one allows it to become that. Exhibiting however is really an art form in it's own right and one which you can experience and enjoy easily.

The suggestion to have 'fun' rather than seek awards is quite the sage advice. If seeking medals, don't be surprised when some viewers don't appreciate your pet as much as you happen to. The real benefit comes when displaying your material for the enjoyment of others as well as yourself. That's when everyone else will appreciate your pet too!




Multi-Frame Exhibits


Atlantic Meeting - 1941

Roosevelt and Churchill's Secret Meeting in Newfoundland

(Revised September 2023 - 8 Frames)



The U.N. and Palestine - 1947-1951

(Revised 25 May 2024 - 3 Frames)





Single Frame Exhibits


The 7 Schwabians - and a Forgotten Rake

A Series of German Folk Tales

(Revised January 2023)



The Complete T. rex

The Greatest Tyrant of All Time

(Revised March 2007)


Dark Caves - Bright Visions

Ice Age Cave Painting of France and Spain

(Revised March 2010)


Dino Indicia

'"Dino" the Sinclair Dinosaur and the Initial Postage Meter Designs

(Revised March 2023)




Arctic Peoples of the Ice and Snow

(Revised May 2020)


International Institute of Agriculture

Cancellation Devices - 1906-1946

(Revised August 2023)



League of Nations to United Nations

The Geneva Transition Period - 1946-1951

(Revised August 2018)


The Leticia Incident

The League of Nations and the Colombian - Peruvian Border Conflict of 1932-1934

(Revised February 2023)




The Man Who Almost Was

(Revised March 2007)


The Oceanographic Institute

Prince Albert I and the World's Oceans

(Revised December 2023)

Synopsis / Epilogue


Picture Post Cards of the 1899 Hague Peace Conference

(Draft - February 2024)

Synopsis / Epilogue


Toward United Nations

The Five Cent Commemorative Issue of 1945

(Revised June 2005)




Literature Exhibit

Bone and Stone (CD and Web)

Echoes of the Past through Philately





Retired Exhibits



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