The Nottinghamshire Philatelic Society




Some ideas for new collectors and children:

The GB New Issues and latest news from Norvic and their blog of new issue matters:

Stamp fairs and shows listings:

Nottingham Stamp centre (formerly Curtis Rawson Ltd): 3 Wollaton Street,( by Theatre Royal Tram Stop). No web site, phone (0115) 947 4747.
Normal business hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00 to 17:00.

Associated Philatelic Society in New Zealand:
North Shore, Auckland

Waikato Philatelic Society

Philatelic Societies in the East Midlands

Midland Federation

Alfreton Philatelic Society : No site, see ABPS

Burton on Trent:  No site, see ABPS

Chesterfield:  No site, see ABPS

Derby Philatelic Society (see this site)

Grantham Stamp Club

Greater Nottingham Co-operative Philatelic Society (see this site)

Leicester Philatelic Society 
The meetings venue is: The Christchurch 105A Clarendon Park Road LE2 3AH)

Loughborough and District Philatelic Society (No programme details):

Matlock Philatelic Society (see this site)

Radcliffe and District Philatelic Society

Other Midland Philatelic Societies:

Coventry Stamp and Postcard Society

Leamington and Warwick Philatelic Society

Rugby and District Philatelic Society

Stratford-upon-Avon Philatelic Society

South Midlands Stamp Club

Website Worth Viewing- Newsletter Editor
In the winter 2009-10 issue of the Newsletter, David Ball wrote an article entitled ‘Do you need to buy a new stamp catalogue?’. In this, he brought to members’ attention, a website that lists new issues of various countries, "As we have had several new members since then and I have found it useful myself, I am repeating his instructions on how to get to it: Type in ‘All registered stamps issued by (country of your choice) in (year of your choice) and click on search’. (last year should come up; current year won’t. Don’t be put off if it says last year is unavailable; just ignore) ‘You will get page 1 with the coloured stamps of that country which you can print off.. You can then click on all the other page numbers as you wish.’" Whilst writing this, I checked France, 2013- it came up with 28 pages, 10 to a page. What David didn’t mention is that you can enter a theme, such as ‘bridges’, plus chosen year, and stamps from different countries on that theme will appear. Brilliant.

Other Sites of interest to philatelists:


Stamp Demon directory :

Some Dealers :

Sutton Stamps (Machin Collectors Club)


John Rice

Day One Covers

Bill Pipe (The Magpie)

Portsmouth Stamp Shop

Mark Samwell

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