Exhibitors and family members at the Royal Philatelic Society Polar Salon. Photographs taken by the RPS photographer,
Michael Pitt-Payne, whom the society thanks for allowing us to use.
List of the Polar Group Exhibits
Galleries for many of the exhibits have now been added to the website, so polar philatelists from Great Britain and around the world who were not able to visit London wil be able to see the material.
Click here to start viewing the Polar Group Display, or you can view an individual exhibit directly from the links below!
The following polar exhibits were presented at the Royal Philatelic Society on 31st May 2018:
Steve Allen - The Heroic Age of Norwegian Polar Exploration (including gallery)
Frank Blechschmidt - The British Antarctic Territory 1962-1980 (including gallery)
Daniel Bringer - Scottish National Antarctic Expedition 1902-04
Daniel Bringer - Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04
Trevor Cornford - Captain Robert Falcon Scott, RN (including gallery)
Marc Hammond - Bouvet Island
Richard Hindle - Amundsen’s
Northeast Passage Expedition 1918-25
Serge Kahn - Dumont d’Urville Helps Reveal Antarctica (including gallery)
Serge Kahn - French Participation in the 2nd International Polar Year 1932-33 (including gallery)
Jiri Kraus - Search and Discovery of
Pierre Losserand - France during the IGY in Antarctica and on Sub-Antarctic Islands (including gallery)
Claudio Manzati - North Pole Russian Drifting Stations: NP1 to NP16
(gallery to feature soon!)
Patrick Maselis - Expédition de Gerlache 1897-1899 (including gallery)
Robert McMillan - Norwegian Whaling Mail (including gallery)
Christian Murguet - The Antarctic expeditions
Christian Murguet - Nobu Shirase and the Japanese Antarctic Expedition 1910-12 (including gallery)
Siegfried Nicklas - Early German Antarctic Expeditions
Hugh Osborne - South Shetlands Postal History
Hugh Osborne - South Georgia Postal History from 1883
Hal Vogel - The Wilkes
Antarctic Expedition:Its Many (often unfavorable) Facets (including gallery)
Hal Vogel - Pre-WWII Polar Lighter-Than-Air Flights (including gallery)
David Wiskin - Shackleton. The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09
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Kingdom, and has libraries, collections and archives that go back to the
beginning of the postage stamp and beyond.
They welcome new members from wherever in the world they may be. Visit the RPS website to find out more!