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WEBB & WILDE CUPS 2013The Webb Cup for 2013 went to Michel Houde for the Hong Kong Study Circle’s Website.
has been decided that the Wilde Cup will not be awarded for 2013.
Please see Jn. 367/29 concerning the third entry: “Covers carried by
Italian Ships to and from Hong Kong – Previously Unrecorded”.
Given the additional information summarized in this article by Lee
Scamp, it now appears only somewhat probable that one of the four
covers was carried by the Italian line. The three 2013 entrants
will be allowed to resubmit their entries in the 2014 Wilde Cup
competition, if they so wish. [updated 25 Sept 2013]
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Question #7 - Answered
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.
is world-wide and is
linked by the Journal plus the Newsletter, which are the
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.
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
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