SEATTLE PHILATELIC EXHIBITION - SEAPEX 2017





2017 LIST OF EXHIBITS



NON - COMPETITIVE (Club and Society Exhibits)

FRAME #'s# OF FRAMESCLASS / TYPETITLEEXHIBITOR
 1Non Competitive - OFESociety ShowcaseSociety For Hungarian Philately

 1Non Competitive - OFEClub Showcase
Oregon Stamp Society

 1
Non Competitive - OFE

Society Showcase

Society of Australasian Specialists/Oceania Society
 
1

Non Competitive - OFE

Club Showcase



Puget Sound Collectors Club

 
1

Non Competitive - OFE

Society Showcase

China Stamp Society


COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS (One Frame Exhibits)

FRAME #'s# OF FRAMESCLASS / TYPETITLE (Click to see Title Page)EXHIBITOR
 1One Frame Exhibit (OFE)
The "D" Rate-Change Stamps of 1985


Anthony Dewey
 1OFE
Conquest of the Zulu Kingdom 1876 - 1897


David McNamee
 1OFE
Tasmanian Savings Bank Packets: Special Registration Concession Rate (SAS/O)

David McNamee
 1OFE
Guatemala: The UPU Resplendent Quetzals 1881 - 1886

Michael Bloom
 1OFE
Wings Over the Bahamas 50th Anniversary of Airmail Services Issue of 1969

John P Wynns
 1OFE
Peru: 1897 Lima Post Office Issue, Stamp Development and Foreign Usages


John P Wynns
 1OFE
The 1893 French Military Franchise Essays of the New Hebrides, A Closer Look
A rare treat for viewers - the 1893 French Military Franchise Essays of the New Hebrides. The major platemarkers are illustrated, and help to re-construct printing order.

Sheryll Ruecker
 1OFE


The Homestead Act, Seen Through Letters From Eastern Oregon 1905-1908
This exhibit illustrates the requirements and process of the Homestead Act through letters that went through the mail in eastern Oregon from 1905 to 1908.


Homer n'Darange
 1OFE
1871 Commune of Paris Prisoners' Mail

Mail of noncombatant prisoners after the fall of The Commune of Paris to French troops in 1871.

Louis Fiset
 1OFE
China's U. S. Constitution Commemoratives: Through-the-Line Usage

Explains why the Japanese despised them and illustrates significant usages through and around the Japanese lines.

H. James Maxwell



COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS (Multi - Frame Exhibits)


FRAME #'s# OF FRAMESCLASS / TYPETITLE (Click to see Title Page)EXHIBITOR
 3General Display
Spiders: Alien Creatures


Beatrice Vogel
 5General Traditional
South Australian Perkins Bacon Issues


Ron Rhodes
 8General Postal History
Hungary: The Hyperinflation 1945 - 1946


Robert Morgan
 8General Postal History
A Postal History of Hartford, Connecticut as U. S. Post Office - 1792 - 1897


Anthony Dewey
 5General Experimental
Fragements of the History of Fencing


Boris Sheykhetov
 6General Postal History
Loose Ship Letters of Australia (SAS/O)


Dale Forster
 5General Thematic
The Canoe in Pacific Island Culture (SAS/O)

David McNamee
 5General Experimantal
The Natal Rebellion of 1906

David McNamee
 8General Postal History
US Mail Delivery Problems

Jerry Johnson
 5General Postal History
Canada: Postal History of the 1927 Confederation & Historical Issues

John P Wynns
 6General Postal History
Greenland Postal History 1938 - 1985

Dickson Preston
 7General First Day Covers
The Three Cent Palomar Mountain Observatory Issue

Ralph Nafziger
 10General AeroDevelopment of Swiss Airmail Up to 1939
Development from the first Swiss flown mail in 1913 to 1939, when WWII shut it down.

George Struble
 6General AeroSCADTA Mail from and to Switzerland
Mail carriage by SCADTA was not a government service until 1932, so SCADTA's own stamps were needed on mail.

George Struble
 4General Postal HistoryThe Ways U.S. Postage Due Stamps Were Used, 1879-1986
From July 1, 1879 until Oct 2, 1986, showing myriad ways U.S. postage due stamps (PDS) were used, indicating whether their use denoted actual due collection, and where, and when, PDS placed.

Tony Wawrukiewicz
 6General Postal HistoryOperation and Innovation in the Dead Letter Office from 1860-1985
To explain the function of, and the innovations in operation of, the U.S. domestic Dead Letter Office (DLO), from 1860 to 1985.

Tony Wawrukiewicz
 7General ThematicThey Came to America
The exhibit displays philatelic material honoring persons born in foreign countries who came to American to live and work.

Lyman Caswell
 5General TraditionalThe First Postage Dues of Hungary, 1903 - 1922
The green-frame postage due stamps of Hungary, their varieties and their usage, from the first issue (1903) through the final issue (1922).

Lyman Caswell
 8General First Day CoverThe 1947 CIPEX Souvenir Sheet
Ebullience at the International Exhibition

Dickson Preston
 7General Postal HistoryJapanese Americans in World War II, 1942 - 1946
Mail to/from Japanese Americans during the years of incarceration in government administered assembly centers and relocation centers.

Louis Fiset
 4General Postal HistoryUS Resumption of Postcard and Letter Mail Service to Europe, 1944 - 1948
U.S. generated mail sent to Europe upon resumption of postal service, from 1944 - 1948.
Louis Fiset
 4General ExperimentalSouthern Rhodesia Missions to 1978
This exhibit tells the story of Christian missions in Southern Rhodesia up to 1978 through the display of missionary mail and other materials.
Mark Loomis
 3General Postal History
Postal Markings of Waterbury, Connecticut (1865-1890)

Hand carved cancellations created by John W. Hill while he worked at the Waterbury, Connecticut post office from 1865 to 1890.
Bruce G Wakeham
 7General Postal History
A Brief History of Wells, Fargo and Company

A brief history of Wells, Fargo and Company from an early express company to one of the largest banks.
Bruce G. Wakeman
 5General Traditional
New Zealand - The Chalon Issues 1855-1873

This exhibit shows the classic issues of New Zealand with unused, used, covers, shades and varieties. Includes re-entries, used and unused blocks and other multiples.
David Patterson
 10General Postal History
Postal Rates During the Gold Yuan Era: The Chinese Hyperinflation of 1948-49

An exhibit tracing domestic and international postage rates during the 8 month period that stamps denominated in Gold Yuan were in use in China.
Hugh Lawrence
 8General Postal History
Alaska at War, World War II in Alaska and Western Canada

World War II in Alaska and Western Canada
Eric Knapp
 8General Revenue
A Philatelic Survey of U.S. Waterfowl Hunting Jurisdictions


Michael Jaffe
 10General Traditional
Keeping Pace With Inflation: The Post-War Chinese National Currency Issues

Tells of the postal administrations problems with respect to the inflation driven Chinese National Currency Issues of 1945 to 1948.
H. James Maxwell



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Last Updated: August 22 2017