Exhibits Entered into Milcopex 2019

 

South Africa Revenues - 1st Issue: Usage Within Southern Africa

Postal Stationery: South African Republic 1869-1900

Orange Free State Overseas Letter Rates - 1868 - UPU

A Look at the Philately of Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1954-1964

The British Concession at Chinde 1896-1923

Companhia do Nyassa 1894-1929

Companhia de Mocambique - The Waterlow Issues: 1918 - 1940

Christmas "Seasonal name Locations" Cancellations and Postmarks (Non-Competitive) 

Attilio Gatti - African Adventurer

Allied Occupation of German East Africa, 1914 - 1920

Replating Colombia’s 1861 1 Peso Stamp 

Colombia – First Perforated Issue – 1883

Sudan - The Postal Stationery

The Registration Envelopes of the Bechuanalands

The French Colonial General Issue: The Eagles Have Landed

Forerunners of the Holyland -- Turkish Administration

Federal patriotic Stationery During the Civil War

The State of the U.S. Mails -- 1909

Remembering Shakespeare

The "D" Rate-Change Stamps of 1985

A Postal History of Hartford, Connecticut

Northern Rhodesia to North America 1925 – 1954

'America-England' Ship Letters 1735-1796 . . . Major British-Realm Ports-of-Entry

The Evolution of the Post Offices in German New Guinea 1888-1914

Philately at the Movies: Metro Goldwyn Mayer's (MGM) Postal History

Compliments of the Season: Christmas & New Years Greetings from U.S.       

   Rural Carriers

A Typology of Botswana Meter Marks

Provisional Issues of South Vietnam and Their Use: 1963-1980

Free to All - America’s Public Libraries 1833 to 1960

British Forces in Egypt 1932-1960

Aspects of the Philatelic Trade in Mauritius 1885 - 1915

Northern Rhodisia 1924 to 1964

The Postage Stamps of Rhodisia and Nyasaland 1953-1963

The Struggle for Irish Independence May 1916 to December 1921

The Provisional Government of Ireland December 1921 to December 1922

Souvenirs from Stockholm

Irish Heritage & Treasures Definitives

Walter Quensell's Tin Can Mail Cachet

Westmeath Postmarks 1900 to 1930

Christmas Traditions  


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2019 Judges and Their Specialties

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Ken Trettin (Chief Judge)

Display Exhibits, Postal History, Revenues, U.S. Revenues 

Ken Nilsestuen

19th Century, France & Colonies, French Africa, Illustrated Mail, Worldwide 

Kathy Johnson

British Commonwealth, Single Frame, Stampless, Worldwide, FIP Accredited 

Steve Washburne

Europe, Portugal, Postal History, Postal Stationery, Single Frame, FIP Accredited 

Rod Kantor (Australia)

Stamps & postal history of Southern Rhodesia to Zimbabwe (1937 to 2010); British Honduras (1937 to 1957), Biafra, Katanga, South Kasai, Albertville, and Belize 

Milcopex 2019 Exhibits

Opportunities to Exhibit

  

NOTE: APPLICATIONS FOR COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED


Our World Series of Philately exhibition provides an opportunity for new and experienced exhibitors to tell a story using stamps, covers and other related material. It may be the story of a single stamp, a set of stamps, one area’s postal history or even your favorite subject illustrated using philatelic material. The Prospectus and Application for our WSP exhibits is below and on the documents page. We expect to be oversubscribed so early entries are encouraged. As an APS World Series of Philately show, the Milcopex Grand Award Winner is eligible for the annual "Champion of Champions: competition at Stampshow 2020.


In addition to our WSP exhibits, we will have two additional opportunities to exhibit. In keeping with our hosting of the Christmas Philatelic Club, exhibitors may enter a 4 or 8-page exhibit that can relate to any aspect of Christmas. Examples: Santa, Christmas trees, stockings, angels, snowmen, gingerbread cookies, winter scenes, nativity scenes, etc. Anyway that you can work the Christmas theme into your exhibit title will fulfill the requirements. The application for entry is below and on the documents page. There are no entry fees in this category.


Relating to the Pan African theme of Milcopex 2019 you are encouraged to enter up to two one-page exhibits to share your philatelic material and to promote the hobby to the public by making them aware of the wide range of African country stamps and covers. Each one-page exhibit must be on 8-1/2” x 11” vertical paper and in a sheet protector. The exhibit should have a title, some text on the page to tell visitors to the show why the stamp/s or cover is your favorite, how it fits into your collecting specialty, or perhaps an interesting or unusual fact about the item. There are no entry fees in this category. The application for entry is below and on the documents page. 

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Prospectus and Exhibit Forms

There will be more than 2,000 pages of competitive, national level exhibits judged by APS accredited judges who are listed below. Awards will include Grand, Reserve Grand, Best Single Frame and Most Popular.  The Grand Award winner is eligible to participate in the Champion of Champions competition at APS StampShow; the Grand One Frame Award winner is eligible for the One-frame Champion of Champions at AmeriStamp Expo. A link to download the prospectus and application is below and on the Documents page.


If you have questions or to submit applications, please contact our Exhibits Chair, Robert Henak using the Contact Milcopex Committee button on the home page or by snail mail at P.O. Box 170832, Milwaukee, WI  53217. 

Milcopex Fillable 2019 Prospectus & Application - due July 15 (pdf)

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Christmas Theme Mini-Exhibit Application Milcopex 2019 - due August 15 (pdf)

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Pan-African Theme Mini-Exhibit Application Milcopex 2019 - Due August 15 (pdf)

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