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September 2013The summer is now gone and life has now gone wet dank a dreary and that means back to indoor activities especially the stamps! This does not mean that everyone has been idle, the new honours list show that some people simply can't sit still well done to all!
Our website has been beset by technical issues which have now been solved one by one by our techie Massimo
We have a new Magazine Editor in the name of Gwynne Harries. Gwynne has been on the Council for a number of years and when Peter Hellberg stepped down Gwynne took the step up. Members will already have seen his first Editorial with the September issue which we are happy to reproduce below:
For those who missed the 'Classic Sweden' display by Count Gustav Douglas at the 'Royal' on 31 October there is another opportunity to view these treasurers between 3 and 5 December
Count Douglas was the buyer of the famous Sweden 3 Banko Skilling, one of the worlds rarest stamps in the auction held in Geneva on 13 May
The stamp, in Swedish ownership for the first time in 75 years has taken its most fitting place in a display covering the very early issues of Sweden
The full press release can be seen by clicking on the link below