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  • Mr Frank J. Wilson posted an update 5 months ago

    PPS AUCTION.
    As announced in the latest PNG Calling the next PPS auction THE COLLECTION OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Part 1)

    Kindly offered for sale to the members of the PPS by

    the Executors of MR. & MRS. G. KEMP deceased is now live. The web address for the auction and scans of all the lots is: http://www.mailbyrail.com/ppsauction

    The closing…[Read more]

  • Afternoon Everyone,
    Does anyone know the reason for the early post-war CDS from Sohano being SOHANA?
    My guess is that it was a mistake at the place where they make the stamps, later rectified with a correct one after a few months.
    Would that be reasonable?
    cheers,
    Mike

  • Afternoon Everyone,
    Does anyone know the reason for the early post-war CDS from Sohano being SOHANA?
    My guess is that it was a mistake at the place where they make the stamps, later rectifies with a correct one after a few months.
    Would that be reasonable?
    cheers,
    Mike

  • We were saddened to hear that John Leah passed away in mid-November. His health had not been the best and it simply caught up with him. Our thoughts are with his partner, Robyn.

    He was a true gentleman, had spent some years working in PNG, was a fabulous story-teller (and some of his tales were actually true!), passionate about philately and a…[Read more]

  • It is a genuine handstamp on a 1933 OHMS cover from Samarai to Sydney. The Collector or Sub-Collector of Customs may also have been the Postmaster, especially at Daru. They were multi-tasked in those early days. Lee had to list the similar H.M. Customs Daru BNG handstamp because it was used to cancel some Queensland stamps. Please see attachments.

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