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AUCTION EVERY MEETING

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME

2023 Program

  9 January

    New Acquisitions

13 February

    Display:  Åland Islands

                    by Dr Frank B Whitfield

13 March

    Virtual Display:  Proofs and Essays of

                Australian and Territories Stamps

                from the Reserve Bank

                by Dr Geoff Kellow

10 April

    Visit and display from Northern Suburbs

                Philatelic Society

  8 May

    Display:  British Antarctica by Peter Brigden

12 June

    Display:  Japan by Jeff Newman

10 July

    Display:  New Zealand KGVI Issues

                   by Lionel Savins

14 August

    Display:  Russia - part 2  a Philas collection

               compiled by Norm Sheppard

11 September

    Display:  British Solomon Islands Postal

                   History by John Gibson

  9 October

    AGM and President's display

13 November

    Annual competition for the Colonel

    Thompson Cup

11 December

    End-of-Year social

Page updated 20/1/2023

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Meeting Time

Second Monday of each Month, Start: 7.45pm, Finish 9.30pm.

Meeting Place

Garden Room, Turramurra Uniting Church, Turramurra Avenue, Turramurra

How To Get There

Train - Five minutes walk from Turramurra railway station.
Car - Plenty of parking is available next to the church.
Bus - There is a bus stop outside the railway station

Map

Affiliated with

The Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS)

Membership fees

Adults $20.00 per year

Juniors $2.00 per year

(due in August)

Contact Us

Publicity Officer/Treasurer:

        Roger Norman  Ph.  0414 445 361

        Email:  Rno00230@bigpond.net.au

President:  James Ross

                     Ph.  0459 162 835

About Us

The Turramurra Stamp Club meets on the second Monday of each month.

 

A highlight of each meeting includes a specialist display by a prominent philatelist or one of our members. An auction incorporating a wide variety of stamps, covers, stationery etc is held at the end of each meeting and always creates interest. This provides an avenue to add to collections as well as providing a profitable way to dispose of surplus supplies. Stamp Days, Shows, Exhibitions etc in NSW, interstate and overseas are also advised at each meeting.

Several members assist PHILAS , a non-profit body representing over 50 Clubs /Societies in NSW which organises quarterly auctions at their premises in Surrey Hills. Hence access to philatelic expertise is always available at our meetings.

With a membership of almost 30, attendance at each meeting is around 10 - 15. While some members are generalists, most specialise in a wide variety of countries and time periods.

Visitors are always very welcome to attend our meetings too.

For further details - contact our Publicity Officer for more information about our club, including general inquiries, attending a meeting or potential membership.  

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