RSPL Announces Virtual Sessions

As part of its ongoing series of virtual sessions, the Royal Philatelic Society London would like to announce some upcoming events that all are free to attend. Past RSPL events have been excellent and these are sure to be the same. All events will take place via Zoom and are open to non-RPSL members

Writing Book Reviews”

Tuesday November 24th @ 14:00-15:00 GMT

RPSL Book Reviews Manager Dr. Gwynne Harries FRPSL will give a brief presentation on Writing Book Reviews and the process for publication in The London Philatelist. He will also aim to allay any fears that reviewers and potential reviewers may have as to the skills or abilities that may (or indeed may not) be required to have a review published.

To register for this session follow this LINK

The Tapling Collection in the British Library’s Philatelic Collections: A Brief Survey”

Tuesday January 26th @ 14:00-15:00 GMT

RPSL Fellow and Curator of the British Library’s Philatelic Collections, Dr. Richard Morel, will present The Tapling Collection in the British Library’s Philatelic Collections: A Brief Survey.  In this talk, Richard will briefly consider the life and philatelic pursuits of Thomas Keay Tapling (1855-1891); the management of his collection following its bequest to the British Museum’s Department of Printed Books as well as how it has gone on to form the foundation of the national philatelic collection. The presentation will then finish off by providing details on the collection for research.

To register for this session follow this LINK

Exhibition Ephemera”

Tuesday March 30th 2021 @ 14:00-15:00 GMT

RPSL Past President Chris King RDP Hon. FRPSL discusses philatelic exhibitions, the RPSL’s collection of related ephemera and what is still out there to collect!

To register for this session follow this LINK

One thought on “RSPL Announces Virtual Sessions”

  1. Hi, Scott: FYI, the “Writing Book Reviews” virtual session is already sold out!
    The others still have space available.

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