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In 1994, philatelic agent Mr Paolo de Rosa initiated an annual conference for the small postal administrations, which he represented, in order to discuss various philatelic matters of interest specifically in relation to the smaller postal administrations. Following Paolo de Rosa selling his philatelic agency to Afinsa, the postal administrations created their own annual SEPAC conference. The annual SEPAC conference of the postal administrations commenced in 1999 and was represented by delegates from the same postal administrations which had attended the De Rosa conference.

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Guernsey Post unveils Bailiwick Christmas stamp designs

2021-10-13

Guernsey Post’s philatelic bureau is delighted to announce that it will issue two sets of Christmas stamps reflecting the story of the Biblical nativity, also known as the Christmas story, which recounts the birth of Jesus (stamp issue date: 3
Guernsey to release final stamp in series to mark Royal British Legion milestone
The fourth and final stamp commemorating the formation of the Royal British Legion is to be released by Guernsey Post on Armistice Day (11 November 2021), 100 years after the organisation was formed.The final stamp features an image of HMS
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s Secret Garden novel depicted on stamps
One of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s best-known works, The Secret Garden, has been celebrated with a set of six Alderney stamps depicting illustrations taken from the original novel.Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was born in Cheetham Hill, Manchester. Her family moved to Tennessee, USA,

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