Great exhibits - impossible to select a favourite, so I will go for one at random. Great work guys, I was going to submit one but I just could not get started, or rather i had a few bad starts. So, my admiration for your efforts is heightened by my failure to match them in any form.
PS- I would like to have more than just 1 vote!
Last Edit: Dec 17, 2014 15:25:04 GMT -5 by Perfs14
Kudos to all entrants, how can I pick a winner from all the entries that I thoroughly enjoyed reading, and the time and effort you put into it to give me something to enjoy for the Holiday Season. How can I criticize on something that you put out there for my entertainment. I will also have to do a random pick.
But for the record you are all number one !
Last Edit: Dec 17, 2014 20:51:36 GMT -5 by CanStamp
Post by michaelcayley on Dec 23, 2014 7:41:34 GMT -5
All superb entries, and very difficult to pick out one as better than the rest. But, with huge hesitation, I have voted for rayb because of the unusual focus and the apt commentary. On another day, I could have voted for any of the other 3.
Michael, currently majoring on worldwide to 1930 and British Commonwealth from Queen Victoria to King George VI.
All four of the exhibits were wonderful and each had a lot of interesting information and stamps in it. However, I picked Rayb`s because of all the philatelic information and apt commentary on stamps from a not-often displayed country!
Collecting Australia, New Zealand, Channel Islands, Canada, U.S., St-Pierre et Miquelon, Faroe Islands Topical - Seahorses, Paleophilately, Machins (limited), kingfishers, trees, horoscope & zodiac, O`Higgins (Chile), Lake Baikal.
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