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FIRST DIVISION : SPECIALISED COLLECTIONS. Class I.—BELGIUM. Section A.—Unused stamps. B.—Used and unused mixed. C.—A single issue. D.—A single perforated issue. Class II.—BELGIAN CONGO. Section A.—Unused stamps. B.—Used and unused mixed. C.—A single issue. Class III.–EUROPE. Section A.—France, Alsace and Lorraine, Luxemburg, Monaco. B.—Great Britain, Holland. C.–Switzerland, Italy, States. D.–Spain, Portugal. E.–Germany, old German States, Austria-Hungary, Bosnia. F.—Russia, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland. G.—Balkan States including Roumania, Greece and Turkey. H.—States founded since 1918. I.—A single issue of any European country. Class IV.—AMERICA.
Section A.—United States, Confederate
Peru. D.—Any other independent country of America. E.—A single issue composed of more than one stamp of any independant country of America. Class V.—AFRICA, ASIA, AUSTRALIA Any independent country. Class VI.—COLONIES. Section A.—British, including Dominions and protectorates, also Malta and Gibraltar. B.–French, including protectorateS. C.—Dutch, Danish. D.–Spanish and old Spanish colonies. E.–Portuguese. F.—Italian, old German colonies.
G.—A single issue of any colony composed of more than one stamp. Class VI bis. Collection or selection of imperforated stamps of various countries or colonies. Class VII.–PHILATELIC RESEARCHES. Section.A.—Retouches, re-entries, varieties, - cancellations, etc. B.—A study on a single stamp. Class VIII.—RARITIES. (Paris, strips and blocks count as one stamp.) Section A.–26 to 50 stamps of various countries or colonies. to 25 stamps of various countries or colonies. C.—Stamps on entires (not exceeding 50 letters). Class IX. SPECIAL STAMPS OF ALL COUNTRIES. A.—War-stamps. B.—Aerial stamps.
SCOTT’S MONTHLY JOURNAL
Art. 1.—An International philatelic Exhibition will be held in Brussels from May 24th. to June 1st, 1924, under the auspices of the Royal Federation of Belgian philatelic societies.
Art. 2.—The Exhibition will comprise: postage stamps of all kinds, postage due stamps, telegraph and telephone stamps, essays, proofs, old postal marks, writings and works bearing on philately. The competitions shall be confined to natives of allied and neutral countries only.
Art. 3.—The Exhibition will be open to the public on May 24th. from 2 p. m. to 7 p. m. and all other days from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. The entrance-fee will be 5 francs on the opening—day and 2 francs on all other days. Permanent and personal tickets will be issued at the rate of 10 francs.
Art. 4.—Competitors are required to fill in and sign an application-form which should be in the hands of the ‘Commissaire philatélique’ at latest by March lst, 1924.
Art. 5.—Space occupied in the display of collections or other objects will be charged for at the following rates: 7 francs per running meter if exhibitors use their own frames and 10 francs per running meter (height 105 cm. or 42 inches) if the frames supplied by the Committee are being utilised. Stamps in albums will pay 20 francs per bound volume, such volume to be opened at the pages indicated by its owneror failing such instructions by the
decision of the Committee. For philatelic writing, works, catalogues, etc., the charge will be l0 francs per object. All exhibits will be shown under glass cover.
Art. 6.—Exhibitors are required to state clearly in which Division, Class and Section they wish to compete. One exhibit can only compete in a single Division, Class or Section. The approximate space required, the number of album—shects and the size of such sheets are to be indicated on the application form. Those exhibiting in albums, should mention the number of volumes and for all other objects entered for competition the number and size should be clearly stated. The application form should be accompanied by a remittance for half the charge for space required, the other half to be paid at the moment of sending in the stamps or other objects.
Art. 7.——-Exhibitors bind themselves not to take away any stamps or other objects entered by them before the closing of the Exhibition. ‘Nhilst exhibits are on view they can only be taken temporarily out of the frames or showcases by order of a Member of the Jury.
Art. 8.—Exhibitors should furnish to the Commissaire philatélique, at latest by March ‘3lst, 1924, the essential and characteristic details of their exhibits. These descriptive particulars will be inserted in the Oiiicial Exhibition catalogue, but the Commissaire philatélique reserves the right to abbreviate same in case of necessity.
Art. 9.—In principle every object entered for competition should be the property of the person (or persons in case of a collective exhibit) exhibiting same.
Art. 10.—Men_1bers of the Jury can only exhibit ‘Hors concours’—not for competition—other persons can do likewise if such be their wish.
Art. 11.—Competitors will have to insure their exhibits themselves to and from the Exhibition, the Organising Committee declining to accept or incur liability in respect of any exhibits sent to them. Nevertheless, the Committee will gladly transmit to a local Insurance Company any demands for ‘transit-insurance’ received. Exhibitors are to indicate to the Hon. Gen. Secretary the amount for which they have insured their exhibits whilst on the road,
S C OT T'S MO N T H L Y
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so as to enable him to estimate on the
plication form the Commissaire philatélique
Unusual Offerings of Scarce British Colonies At our BRANCH STORE, 178 Fulton St. All Unused and in Fine Condition. Only One Copy of each Stamp
Cat. No. - Cat. Pr. Net Pr. 89 Barbados 1903 2 sh 6p purple & green. . . . . . 6.00 4.00 125 66 1912 2 sh violet & ultram, blue. . . . 6.00 4.00 126 64 1912 3 sh green & violet. . . . . . . . . . 8.00 5.50 30 Cayman Isls 1908 10 sh green & red, green . . . . . . 11.00 7.35 40 Dominica 1907-08 6 p orange brown & black... 10.00 6.75 45 44 1907-08 5 sh brown & black. . . . . . . . . . 7.50 5.00 10 East Af. & Uganda 1903 2 r violet & dull violet. . . . . . 4.50 3.00 11 East Af. & Uganda L 1903 3 r black & gray green . . . . . . 6.00 4.00 21 Falkland Isls 1898 5 sh brown red. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.50 5.75 12 Gibraltar 18864 p orange brown. . . . . . . . . . . 7.50 5.00 13 44 1886 6 p violet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.50 5.00 23 Gold Coast 1889 10 sh lilac & red . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.00 6.75 48 64 1902 20 sh violet & black, red. . . . . 15.00 10.00 40 Montserrat 1908-10 5 sh green & scarlet, yellow... 10.00 7.00 79 St. Vincent 1902 5 sh green & ultram . . . . . . . . . 8.00 5.35 88 44 1904-11 5 sh green & red, yellow. . . . . 7.50 5.00 115 44 1913 £1 black & violet. . . . . . . . . . . . 9.00 6.50
7 So. Nigeria 1901 2 sh 6p brown & black. . . . . . . . 7.00 4.75
8 so 1901 5 sh yellow & black. . . . . . . . . 7.00 4.75
9 44 1901 10 sh violet & black. . . . . . . . . 11.00 7.35 19 44 1902-04 10 sh violet & black, yellow. 7.00 4.75 42 46 1907-10 10 sh red & green, green . . . . 12.00 8.00
8 Virgin Isls 1867-68 1 sh rose & black. . . . . . . . . . . . 8.00 5.75 37 64 1904 5 sh green & ultram . . . . . . . . . 7.50 5.00
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Discontinued Packets at Bargain Prices
Packet No. 223 75 Different Stamps of Africa
Including Congo, Gabon, Mauritius, Natal, Reunion, etc.
Special Bargain Price $1.25
£). Packet No. 244 50 Different Stamps of Africa
Including Egypt, Ivory Coast, Sudan, Togo
Special Bargain Price 25 cents
Packet No. 243 35 Different Stamps of Asia
Including Ceylon, Hong Kong, Palestine, Siam, etc.
Special Bargain Price 35 cents
Packet No. 225 60 Different Stamps of Asia
Including Cochin, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Nabha, China,