Pre-Show Seminar - India Study Circle - Thursday, May 24, 2018

Once again, Rocky Mountain Stamp Show is holding a pre-show seminar specializing in areas of our attending societies. The last time was with the Miitary Postal Society and it was a huge success with attendance constant throughout the entire day.
This year it will be the turn of the India Study Circle (ISC) presenting with some of the great names in philatelic research such as you can see in the schedule below. A wide group of talks, some 10 speakers during the day on Thursday, will be of great interest with much to be learned. Some time will be allotted for some Q&A afterwards so please come and stay as long as you can.

Tentitive Schedule - Posted December 5, 2017

9:30  - Welcome by Tim Bartshe and introduction by Ravi Vora (Moderator)

9:45-10:30 -  “Burma K G VI”
by Mike Ley (Nebraska, USA)

10:30-11:15 - “Subject to be confirmed”
by Max Smith (Bingley, U.K.)

11:15-12:00 - “Highlights of the postal stationery of India and the Indian States”
by Sandeep Jaiswal (Rhode Island, USA)

12:00-12:45 - “Two years in the life of the Edwardian postal service in India - 1906-1907”
by Steve Zwillinger (Maryland, USA)

12:45-1:45 - Lunch available at venue (Dutch treat)

1:45-2:30 - “India – the 1929 Airmail Stamps”
by Markand Dave (India)

2:30-3:15 - “India - Victorian letter rates and routes”
by Paul Allen (California, USA)

3:15-4:00 - “Pre U.P.U. transit mail via British India Post Offices: unanswered questions”
by Ravi Vora (Denver, USA)

4:00-4:45 - “Corruption and Greed at the Jammu & Kashmir Post Office; 1870’s to 1900”
by Danforth Walker (Florida, USA)

4:45-5:30 - “The Stamped Papers of Bundi”
by John Warren (Washington DC, USA)

5:30-6:15 - “Lettres de Pondichéry – Selected highlights for the French, British and Indian postal services in the French Settlements in India”
by Eric Scherer (Lenzburg, Switzerland)

6:15-6:30 - Closing comments by Ravi Vora and discussion

7:30 - No host dinner with Speaker /Guest of Honor

Additional Speakers who will make presentations during the show hours 25 to 27 May 2018

Markand Dave - “The 1854 2 Annas on One Anna watermarked paper”

Robert Gray - “World War I Indian Forces Post Offices”

Pradip Jain - “The Gandhi Memorial Issue”

Vincent Polizatto - ”Thomas Waghorn and the Overland Mails”

Jeff Siddique - “The Provisional Issues of Pakistan 1947”

Ravi Vora - “Nineteenth Century India mixed country franking postal history”

Ravi Vora - “Bhavnagar State Revenue and Court Fee stamps”

Mashhur Zarif - “The Provisional Issues of Bangladesh”

 

 

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