The List of the Famous Philatelists Part 3

The List of the Famous Philatelists Part 3

Peter A. Forrestier Smith

location:
Carshalton, Surrey, England
contact:
lphgat64@aol.com
specialisations: London Postal History, Local Posts and Maritime.
Postal History of Bishop’s Stortford.
other interests:
Founder member of the London Postal History Group, with particular interest in the Penny, Twopenny and District Posts, i.e. 1680 to 1856.  
Small studies in local areas of interest, Carshalton, Kent Road and Walthamstow.
Other main interest is London Maritime Mails.
Stortford collected as I started my interest in postal history while living there.

 

Hugh Freeman

location:
P.O.BOX 250 DRYSDALE VICTORIA 3222, AUSTRALIA
contact:
numerals@optusnet.com.au
specialisations: Australian states.  
Numeral cancellations 1850-1916.  
Victoria informative/instructional markings.  
Greece 19th Century cancellations.
other interests:
Co-author of new work, titled “The Numerals of Victoria.” To be published early March 2001 by The Royal Philatelic Society of Victoria Inc. This is a completely revised update of the J.R.W.Purves 1963 Barred Numerals of Victoria.  
Area of expertise is Australia 1809-2000.
Refer to Website www.hughfreeman.com

Roland Goutay

location:
Grenoble Alps, France
contact:
rgoutay@club-internet.fr
specialisations: Interests in french postal history before 1876 (maritime mail, incoming mail, utgoing mail, PC and GC numerals,..)
If you have similar interests and wish to exchange, sell or trade covers or just information please send me an email.

 

Hakimuddin

location:
Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
contact:
hakim_tana@rediffmail.com
specialisations: if one lacks in the range of coronations its worthwhile to be a philatic.
other interests:
we are here to sell a lot of postal stamps nearly around 50,000 (fifty thousand) world-renowned stamps from the british colonies to the french & portuguese, dutch and of course the german