West Africa Study Circle
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Stamps, postmarks, postal stationery and postal history
The West Africa Study Circle, formed in 1950, is the international specialist society for the study of stamps, postal stationery and postal history of West Africa. It originated from small specialist groups which already existed and has undergone several expansions of scope.
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The latest (June and August 2020) "Additional documents" are the NIPOST 2009 Post Office Guide (a downloadable PDF, though not searchable at present, but it has a detailed contents page) and a document previously circulated only among WASC members on the postal stationery and booklets of Nigeria from 1914 to 1936.
The committee has agreed that all issues of Cameo previous to the latest five years will be digitised and freely available. The process of digitising is continuing and now includes all issues from 1 to 50 with some later. Click the CAMEO button above.
Our "Additional Documents" page has been tidied by identifying some papers under sectional headings. Newly there, under Maritime Documents, is a group of Elder Dempster sailing timetables, together with maps beautifully drawn by Peter Wingent (a sample map can be seen there)
Annual digital membership is reduced to £5
The updated Cameo index in Excel format for Volumes 1 to 20 is available here
Next auctions of our advertisers:
Advertisements in the Booklets SB1-SB5 of Nigeria
Some other documents produced by members (RAF West Africa-Rabat, Shipping, Civil Aviation, Nigerian postmarks) are reached by links from the "Additional Documents" page.
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last updated: September 6, 2020
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