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Further issues are in preparation and despatch is planned before the end of 2017. More articles are still needed for future issues - please contact the editor, Jonathan Manning.


RPSL Standing Exhibit (Siam to 1942) by Michael Waugh


TPS and RPSL member Michael Waugh provided a 106-page standing exhibit that was shown at the Royal Philatelic Society in May 2015.  It has been re-formatted and placed in the Members' Pages of this website.


The Row Collection of Siam - Exhibition at the British Library

R. W. H. Row was a pioneer and one of the greats in Thai philately.  He died in February 1919 and his collection was bequeathed to the British Museum, now transferred to the British Library in London.  Up to now it has only been available for inspection by appointment.

The British Library staff have worked hard to put up a public display of many of the early and important items. This is available for viewing at any time the British Library is normally open until 11 October 2020. It is in case 9, slides 33-50 of the philatelic display on the upper ground floor at St Pancras.

More information can be found on the British Library blog at http://blogs.bl.uk/asian-and-african/2017/05/pushing-the-envelope-siams-stunning-stamps.html

The TPS will be involved with the anniversary celebration.  A PDF version of Row's "The Adhesive Postage Stamps of Siam" is available from the Members' Pages of this website.


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TPS Library

The TPS library now has a copy of the CD-ROM edition of Richard Blakeney's Thailand Philatelic Handbook and it is available for loan to UK members. We also have more editions of The Thai Times available for download as pdfs from the library pages, as well as a number of other items.
Please remember that downloaded pdfs are for personal study only and may not be lent or published.

If you wish to borrow any actual library items please contact the librarian.  See the Members' Pages.

If you have forgotten your password to access the Members' Area, please contact the Hon Secretary.