Your browser does not seem to support iframes. Click here to read this PDF. Convert your PDF to digital flipbook ↗ Contents September 2010 Committee; Deadline for next Polar Post; Dates for your diary; Back issues of Polar Post; Note on Copyright 58 Chairman’s Message; Membership News 59 London Festival of Stamps – International Stamp Exhibition 8th to 15th May 2010 60 Antarctic Postcards Update N°3 62 Antarctic News from South Korea 64 TAAF Ships’ Movements – Austral Season 2009/10 65 Falkland Islands Dependencies Maps Issue – Ideas behind the Design 66 SG Stamp Catalogues: Antarctica – 1st Edition February 2010; Falkland Islands, 4th Edition February 2010 67 Postmarks and Cachets used by the South Georgia Administration and Post Offi ce – October 2009 68 North Russia Expeditionary Force (N.R.E.F.) TPO #1 Exists 69 Airships in the Arctic – Part 1 70 Auction Report – Falkland Islands and Dependencies + Antarctic Postal Auction N° 16, 25/04/2010 75 Stop Press – Antarctic Covers for Sale 75 Captain Scott’s last Antarctic Expedition 1909 to 1913 – Part 4: En Route: Madeira to South Africa 76 New BAT related Cachets reported during the 2009/2010 Season 77 New Issue – South Georgia & SSI – Wrecks and Hulks 78 New Issues – Kiribati – Explorers; AAT – Macquarie Island 79 New Issues – TAAF; the Falkland Islands; Chile 80 1907-1909 British Antarctic “Nimrod” Expedition Part 8 – Shackleton Letter dated 11th December 1909 81 AAT – A letter from “Morson” with a Macquarie Island Postmark 82 “MWDC/Revenue Recovered/Sort to Destination” Cachet on 2010 Port Lockroy Cover 82 Provisional Cruise Information for the RRS James Clark Ross for the 2010/11 Antarctic Summer Season 82 New Postage Rates – AAT, Falkland Islands, South Georgia & SSI, BAT. 83 ICN Volumes 1 to 54 on CD-ROM; Essence of Polar Philately 83 Obituaries: Surgeon Captain David Dalgliesh and Brigadier-General Keith Greenaway 84 Published quarterly by the Polar Postal History Society of Great Britain VOLUME 42, N° 3 WHOLE NUMBER 226 September 2010 P.P.H.S. LONDON AUTUMN MEETING SATURDAY, 6 NOVEMBER 2010 The autumn

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