A pictorial definitive series, with the profile of King george V inset, was recess printed by Waterlow in 1935.
A new series, recess printed by Waterlow or De La Rue, appeared in 1938 with the portrait o King george VI.
Here is a good clear map of Antigua in 18888. Postal historians, please note.
Image extracted from page 158 of volume 2 of A Historical Geography of the British Colonies, by Charles P. Lucas. Original held and digitised by the British Library.
Often described as one of the most beautiful post offices in the World.
Built by two French architects during the French colonial period in 1910, La grande poste d'Alger looks like a royal palace of the old dey (i.e. king) and in fact has always been a post office.
The roof is a pearl.
The Rhodesian Study Circle was formed in 1948 following advertisements in the philatelic press in England and South Africa by Wilfrid Nodder, inviting "collectors of the stamps of Southern and Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland" to join in forming a study circle. The aims were to encourage interest in the stamp issues, circulate information about varieties, flaws and postmarks and to write a handbook. A detailed history by A Drysdall and C M Hoffman to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the RSC is available free to members.
Meetings and Events
Regular meetings are held in:
London, Manchester and Scotland.
The American Topical Association (ATA) serves members in 65 countries. It is the largest philatelic society devoted to this specific area of stamp collecting. Organized in 1949, the ATA has over 56 years of service to its members.