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Hong Kong & Treaty Ports Forwarding Agents Markings
During the XIX Century

by Philippe Orsetti
Updated June 2016

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Our History
The Hong Kong Study Circle was founded in 1951 to record and circulate information on the philatelic and postal history of Hong Kong and the Treaty Ports. It is UK-based and regular meetings are held in London. Provincial meetings are also held from time to time. Overseas meetings are a feature as well and are arranged as opportunities arise.

Membership is world-wide and is linked by the Journal plus the Newsletter, which are the medium for reporting, exchanging and recording information, normally submitted by members. The Journal has been published continuously since 1951 and is issued quarterly free to members.

From time to time specialized handbooks are published by the HKSC, the most recent being two volumes, Hong Kong Airmails 1924-41 (by Duncan Crewe), and Hong Kong Airmails 1945-95 (by Nick Halewood). Click here for more information.
 
Officers of Hong Kong Study Circle and contact details
Chairman Mick Goldsmith jane_goldsmithhotmail.com
President Chris Norton nortonc4gmail.com
Vice-president (North America) Ingo Nessel b62hkgyahoo.ca
Vice-president (Hong Kong) Dr. Andrew M.T.Cheung amtc911yahoo.com.hk
General & Membership Secretary Nick Halewood nickhalewoodgmail.com
Treasurer Robert Newton newtons100gmail.com
Journal & Newsletter Editor Nick Halewood nickhalewoodgmail.com
Librarian Nick Burrell rnbuhotmail.co.uk
Webmaster Frank Young webmasterhongkongstudycircle.com

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