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The F.I.P. guide to exhibiting and judging traditional and postal history exhibits
Federation of Inter-Asian Philately
|Other titles||Federation of Inter-Asian Philately guide to exhibiting and judging traditional and postal history exhibits|
|Statement||sponsored by Federation of Inter-Asian Philately|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2008453836|
As an exhibit enters a higher level show, usually its award is initially lower ( levels). For example: a local vermeil may receive a national bronze or silver-bronze. A benchmark: a national silver award is usual for an exhibit that has taken a serious collector about 10 years of collecting; it is a very good and an encouraging award. The following hints and tips may assist exhibitors when submitting competitive exhibits. The comments are mainly directed at exhibitors of Postal History, Open Philately and Aerophilately, however the majority of the comments and criterion can be interpreted for all aspects and classes of Exhibiting and Judging.
There are different formats for presenting an exhibit – they can be either multi or single frame. Single frame exhibits are known as One Frame Exhibits, and have a slightly different set of rules, although one frame exhibits are judged in the class in which they are entered.. Clicking on the class name will retrieve the rules and judging guidelines for that class. participation. The Heritage Fair exhibit guide focuses on the skills heritage organizations need to create exciting 3-dimensional history exhibits, one of the Fair’s presentation formats. The Historica Fairs Program actively involves students, schools, heritage organizations, businesses and community groups in contemporary celebration.
Points sound like a good thing, but exhibitors must understand that judging is not a science. Points will vary from one jury to another, just as medals sometimes change for exhibits. In the past, an exhibit might be on the cusp and therefore receive a gold medal one time and a lower vermeil award the next. EXHIBITS AND MUSEUMS 1. EXHIBITS AND MUSEUMS prepared by: Girlie Bernales 2. EXHIBIT/EXHIBITIONS • is an organized presentation and display of a selection of items. • exhibitions usually occur within museums, galleries and exhibition hall, and World's Fairs. • may be permanent displays or temporary.
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Detailed Description: Reference Books The F.I.P. Guide to Exhibiting and Judging Traditional and Postal History Exhibits 2 Volumes Publisher Chinese Taipei Philatelic Society.
•Planning to Exhibit •Postal Stationery Exhibits –The Exhibit Purpose and Scope –Treatment and the flow of the Exhibit –Description of Material •Judging Postal Stationery Exhibits –The Judging Criteria –Providing Feedback.
Manual of Philatelic Judging and Exhibiting 5 Foreword to the Seventh Edition Manual — noun, a book of instructions, especially for learning a subject; a handbook. Standard — noun, something considered by an authority or by general consent as a basis of comparison; an approved model.
These definitions tell us what this document Size: 1MB. Article 1: Competitive Exhibitions. In accordance with Article of the General Regulations of the F.I.P. for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at F.I.P. Exhibitions (GREV), these Special Regulations have been developed to supplement those principles with regard to Postal History.
Also refer to Guidelines for judging a Postal History Exhibit. The Special Regulations of the F.I.P. for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at F.I.P. Exhibitions (SREVs) for competitive class are based upon and developed from the GREV.
The Commissions of F.I.P. may supplement or adopt these principles considering the peculiarities of their respective classes. The book emphasizes the need for contributions from exhibited cultures, deeper expertise in non-Western and minority culture, and experimental exhibition design that allows for multiple perspectives and a metacritical admission of the curatorâ€™s Size: KB.
F.I.P. The FIP Guide to Exhibiting and Judging Traditional and Postal History Exhibits: Publ. FIP Firebrace, John A. Great Britain Stamps of Overprinted MEF: Publ. The Regent Stamp Co. Ltd. London: Fiske, Willard: All about Postal Matters in Egypt (Reprint in by Harry Hayes) Originally Published The Landi Press, Florence He wrote and lectured widely, particularly in the field of postal history.
He was coauthor, with Patrick Pearson and Robert Odenweller, of the F.I.P. Guide to Exhibiting and Judg-ing Traditional and Postal History Exhibits (). Paul was active with youth and served as a mentor to many exhibitors. These Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Postal History Exhibits at F.I.P.
Exhibitions have been approved by the 61st F.I.P. Congress in Granada on the 4th and 5th May They come into force on 1st January and apply to those exhibitions granted F.I.P.
Patronage, auspices or support, which will take place after 1st January The purpose of this one-frame exhibit/handbook is to demonstrate how to build a philatelic exhibit of ´Subject X,´ which represents any subject, real or imagined, that can be illustrated using one of the standard types of philatelic exhibits found the in the APS Manual of Philatelic Judging.
The F.I.P. Guide to Exhibiting and Judging Traditional and Postal History Exhibits by Robert P. Odenweller and Paul H. Jensen. Of special interes as the first two issues of Egypt are used as examples for the material is seldom shown thus few have any preconceived expectations.
A Book of Postal History by Ernest M. Cohn A discussion on building, studying and enjoying postal history.
pages, card with plastic ring binding, $, enquire FIP, Guide to Exhibiting and Judging Traditional Philately and Postal History Exhibits,two card volumes, 27 and 64 pages in color. Along with Patrick Pearson and Robert P. Odenweller, Jensen was co-author of the F.I.P. Guide to Exhibiting and Judg-ing Traditional and Postal History Exhibits, published in Jensen was also a noted speaker on philatelic subjects, and dedicated efforts to introduce youth into the hobby of stamp : Lichtenstein Medal, APS Hall of Fame.
In accordance with article of the General Regulations of the F.I.P. for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at F.I.P. Exhibitions (GREV), these Special Regulations have been developed to supplement those principles with regard to Traditional Philately. Also refer to “Guidelines for judging Traditional Philately Exhibits”.
that are intended to be exhibits at trial with tabs and indices for easy reference by everyone involved. While the book is marked by an Exhibit Number, it is not technically an Exhibit; each Tabbed document is the “Exhibit” to be proved by its authenticator.
The Book is File Size: KB. • Determine the type of exhibit • Use the APS Manual of Philatelic Judggging 6th Ed. as a guide. Types of Exhibits (cont)Types of Exhibits (cont.) Types of Exhibits (cont)Types of Exhibits (cont.) • Corner cardsCorner cards • Full face adverts • PtitiPatriotic covers • Events • Must tell a story.
Philatelic Exhibiting and Judging My first experience in exhibiting was at a US National show in New Jersey in showing Grenada traditional. A frequent national exhibitor after this first exhibit and in won the Champion-of-Champions award with a Grenada traditional exhibit, the highest exhibiting award you can win in the Size: 78KB.
General exhibition was held in. The current FIP rules state that a Specialised exhibition has to have both the traditional and postal history class present, whereas it is up to the organisers to select which the other classes will be present.
I feel, and I might not be alone, that this rule places traditional and postal history classes inFile Size: 5MB. Start studying Chapter MC Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
November The Board members unanimously granted this exhibition provisional patronage. PRAGA The Czech Philatelic Federation had requested FIP Patronage for PRAGAa Specialised World Exhibition for Traditional Philately and Postal History, with appr.
1' frames, to be held from August 15 to 18. InMr. Fikry accepted using one of his exhibits as a base for printing the FIP Guide to Exhibiting and Judging Traditional and Postal History Exhibits.
Init was mentioned through the Grand Prix club book, that Samir Fikry is one of the 38 double Grand Prix winners from 25 countries all over the world and now with the 3rd G.P.The March Edition of the American Orchid Society Handbook on Judging and Exhibition contains changes and/or clarifications as well as format adjustments.
The handbook is in Adobe PDF format for convenient viewing online as well as the ability to download and view offline (when you don't have Internet access) on your desktop, tablets, and.A philatelic exhibition is an exhibition of stamps and postal history where stamp collectors (philatelists) compete for displays are shown in glass frames, and the exhibition is normally accompanied by stamp dealer bourses and post office stands where stamps and other philatelic items may be purchased.
Many philatelic exhibitions are regular events, held .