Virtual Competitions Entries
- Birds on Stamps of Malawi – 1988 Definitive Set from Design to Issue and Beyond (Stuart Ross)
- Quitrent (Adrian de Bourbon)
- A Study of the One Pound Double Head on Fiscal Document (Gunnar Strehmel)
- Rhodesia Penny Double Head – fiscally used (Sean Burke)
- Mpika (Mark Thomas)
- 1896 Cape of Good Hope Overprints (Patrick Flanagan)
- Frédéric Christol: Artist and Evangelist (1850-1933) (Ian Menzies)
- Northern Rhodesia 1963 Definitives (Rod Kantor)
- Falls and slip ups (Mark Thomas)
- Early Postcards of the Paris Missionary Society in Barotseland (Sean Burke)
- Matabele Rising Reply Paid Card 1896 (Ian Menzies)
- A story of a Rhodesian farmer (Sean Burke)
- Aerogrammes and the promotion of tourism in Rhodesia & Nyasaland (Ian Menzies)
- Various shapes and sizes of commercial envelopes used in Rhodesia 1897-1906 (Ian Menzies)
- Caps Off! For the Southern Rhodesia Admirals (Mark Thomas)
- William Thompson – American Missionary to Mount Selinda (Sean Burke)
Virtual Competitions Rules
So to recap, there are three parts to our virtual competitions:
1: The Livermore – according to the Livermore rules see below
2: The Postcard Competition – also see below
3.: The Virtual One Frame competition
Entries must please be clearly marked “Livermore” or “POST CARD” or “ONE FRAME”, as the case may be, In the covering email.
The Virtual One Frame is intended to allow maximum flexibility in entering an exhibit of ANY aspect of Rhodesian philately – for example stamps, postal history, postal stationery, artists, postmarks, open class (for example a story of an addressee e.g. Borrow, Rogers, Oates, Selous etc), ephemera, air mail, railways, revenue etc etc. We can also accommodate literature entries. In this case a written précis of the work is to be submitted and the full work should be available to the judges.
The idea is to spread the net as wide as possible, to HAVE FUN putting the exhibits together and to SHARE our material and thought process on the subject chosen. The Zoom meetings that are being held through Melbourne, Manchester and California and the Journals give a taste of the vast array of material and subjects that may be exhibited.
Further information and the guidelines are set out below:
- Exhibitors, after assembling the exhibit, will scan the sixteen pages (maximum) and send to the email address mentioned below.
- The exhibits will be judged by appointed members of the RSC: namely Colin Hoffman and Brian Trotter, both of whom have considerable previous experience as judges.
- The exhibits will be available for viewing on the RSC Website.
- Certificates denoting the marks obtained and judge’s comments will be issued to each exhibitor.
- There will be a prize for the best exhibit in each competition.
- The “One Frame‟ exhibit should have an introduction page which lays out the intention and scope of the exhibit. This page may also contain exhibition material.
- There is no charge for entry.
- Note that it is intended to have all three competition entries listed and shown on the website: Virtual ( up to 16 pages), Livermore (16 pages) and Postcard (16 pages)
- Members may submit more than one entry.
- As exhibits ‘arrive’, they will be placed on the website.
- Sheet numbers should be placed on the front bottom right corner of each page.
- Each page of your exhibit must be scanned at 300dpi as a separate PDF or J-PEG file. (i.e. up to 16 files to be uploaded).
- Please name these files with your “Surname; space; No’s 1-16 (the order in your exhibit). If you have more than one exhibit, add an A, B, C etc. after surname.
- Exhibits must be forwarded by 30 September, 2020, to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a chance to share.
The winners will be announced in the Christmas Journal and on the website.
Rules for the:
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