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  • 1902 Provisional...

    Persia, 1902 Provisional Typeset Issue of Teheran (8 frames)

    This exhibit studies the 1902 typeset issues of Teheran. Due to the depletion of the stock of stamps printed by Enschedé of Holland and lack of funds to order a new stock, Pharos printing firm in Teheran was commissioned to produce a set of typeset stamps using regular newspaper printing method. The basic stamp was handstamped at the office of the General Director of Posts with a controlling overprint to validate their usage. These stamps were used throughout the country from early 1902 until mid 1903 at which time the new issue arrived from Enschedé.
    2014 Philakorea FIP - Gold
    2013 Filatelic Fiesta - Grand and Gold
    2013 APS Medal of Excellence 1900-1940

  • 1876-1893 Postal...

    Persia , Nasser-eddin Shah Qajar Postal Stationery

    This exhibit is an in depth study of the development of postal stationery of Persia; envelopes, postal cards and wrappers issued during the reign of Nasser-eddin Shah Qajar.

    2015 SESCAL - Federation Grand Award, Gold
    2015 UPSS Marcus White Award: Best Postal Stationery
    2015 AAPE Plan and Headings Excellence Award

  • First Postal Cards of...

    The First Postal Cards of Persia

    This exhibit is an in depth study of the first postal cards of Persia created by Stahl, the postmaster of province of Azarbaijan in 1878.

    2015 APS AmeriStamp Expo - Grand and Gold
    2015 Member of winning AAPE Team Competition.

  • Control on Postcards...

    Control Marks Used on Persian Post Cards, 1899-1904

    This postal stationery exhibit is an in depth study of the various postmaster control and audit markings placed on Persian post cards between 1899 and 1904.

    2016 Westpex - Gold

  • 1894 Last Portrait Issue

    Persia, 1894 Nasser-eddin Shah Last Portrait Issue (5 frames)

    Persia, 1894 Nasser-eddin Shah Last Portrait Issue and Subsequent Overprints
    This exhibit studies the design, production, and usages of the 1894 issue of Persia, produced by the firm of Enschedé & Sons in Haarlem, Holland and its subsequent local revaluation overprints.

    2012 APS StampShow - Gold
    2012 Aps StampShow - A.A.P.E. Title Page Excellence
    2012 Westpex - Vermeil




  • 1902 Provisional...

    Persia, 1902 Provisional Typeset Issue of Teheran (5 frames)

    This exhibit studies the 1902 typeset issues of Teheran. Due to the depletion of the stock of stamps printed by Enschedé of Holland and lack of funds to order a new stock, Pharos printing firm in Teheran was commissioned to produce a set of typeset stamps using regular newspaper printing method. The basic stamp was handstamped at the office of the General Director of Posts with a controlling overprint to validate their usage. These stamps were used throughout the country from early 1902 until mid 1903 at which time the new issue arrived from Enschedé.

    2013 Melbourne FIP - Large Vermeil
    2012 Filatelic Fiesta - Gold
    2012 Jakarta FIP - Vermeil
    2010 London FIP - Vermeil
    2009 APS StampShow - Gold
    2009 Westpex - Gold

     

  • Registration label...

    The Persian Registration label used as Postage (1894-1912)

    This exhibit documents uses of registration label as 1 chahi postage stamp during the period 1894 to 1912. The first registration label used in Persia was charged at 1 chahi each. When there was a shortage of low value postage stamp, this registration label was used as a 1 chahi postage stamp.

    2013 APS AmeriStamp Expo - Gold
    2012 CCNY Single Frame Competition Award
    2006 Filatelic Fiesta - Single Frame Grand and Gold
    2006 A.A.P.E. - Novice Exhibitor Award

     

  • Persia 1879 Postal Card

    Persia 1879 Postal Card

    This exhibit is an in depth study of design, plating and usages of the first definitive postal card of Persia issued in 1879.

    2011 APS AmeriStamp Expo - Gold
    2011 United Postal Stationery Society Award
    2011 Member of winning AAPE Team Competition.

  • Junkers Aviation in...

     

    Junkers Aviation in Persia, 1924-30

    This exhibit explores the efforts of Junkers Aviation company in establishment of the first commercial air service in Persia, including the early flights to reconnoiter air routes between various cities as well as air mail service in the three original air routes established in their contract.

    2009 Westpex - Grand Award Single Frame Exhibit
    American Air Mail Society - Gold Award
    American Philatelic Congress - Excellence of Written Text
    American Philatelic Society - Research Award

  • Charity Tax Issues of...

    Persia, The Charity Tax Issues of 1918-1921

    The purpose of this exhibit is to study the charity tax stamps of Persia issued and used between 1918 and 1921. The famine started with the drought and poor harvest in 1917, but it spread and was prolonged due to effects of World War I and occupation of north western region of Persia. In order to help the needy and raise relief fund, a compulsory tax in the form of the charity stamps were issued in the capital, Tehran, as well as the major north western cities of Rasht, Khoy and Tabriz, which were hit hardest by the famine. The tax was levied on letters, telegraph, parcel post receipts, and legal documents.

    2016 APS Ameristamp Expo - Gold

  • Picture Postcard Tax...

    Picture Postcard Tax of 1903-1908

    In early 1900’s privately printed picture postcards made their way to Persia. Some of these imported postcards showed nude or semi-nude women. The French postcards showing nude North African and Arabic women were the ones that finally caused the uproar within the religious community. They demanded a total ban on all picture postcards but as a compromise the postal authority issued the following order dated November 1903: “Certain persons have imported and placed on sale in Persia, picture postcards of unveiled Persian women. This is contrary to our religion and all post offices are to confiscate any cards of this character that they may find. Moreover, in order to prevent abuse, all persons who are dealing picture postcards other than those placed on sale by the Central Postal Administration at Teheran must submit their cards to the Central Postal Administration at Teheran who will apply a control mark on those approved. Any card not bearing this mark will not be allowed through the post. A tax of 2 Chahis per card will be charged on application for the control. The control will be applied at the Central Post Office. The Minister of Customs and Posts, Y. Hans” The tax was in place until June 1908 at which time the postal authority removed the tax.

    2014 APS AmeriStamp Expo - Gold 
    2009 Filatelic Fiesta - Gold
    2008 APS AmeriStamp Expo - Gold
    2008 American Revenue Association - Best One Frame Award

  • Stage Coach...

    Stage Coach Tickets and Travel Permits of Persia

    This exhibit documents uses of ground transport revenue stamps and regular postage stamps, with or without revenue overprint, on travel permits as well as passenger tickets on postal wagons and stage coaches.

    2007 Westpex - Gold
    2007 American Revenue Association - Gold

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  • Neshandar & Special...