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He has been involved at Club level as an office bearer of several clubs. Geoffrey has also been recognised at both the national level initially with an Australian Philatelic researcher award and later as a Member of Australian Philately, At the International level Dr Kellow is one of the few Australians to have signed the Roll of Distinguished Philatelists.
Since Dr Kellow has maintained his collecting interests in Australian Colonies particularly Victoria. He has also developed collections of traditional philately and postal history of Sierra Leone. The Philas Library is housed on one floor of Philas House and contains an extensive collection of books, journals, Price catalogues and Auction catalogues.
Dr Kellow has been instrumental in composing electronic catalogues of the Book and auction catalogue collections. Under his editorship the Australian Commonwealth Specialists Catalogue has been extensively updated by the inclusion of data from archival records.
In Brusden-White the producers of the catalogue produced the first detailed listing of Australian Commonwealth postal stationery in the pre-decimal period. He has also assisted other authors by taking on the task of general editor of their publications.
As editor of the ACCC Bulletin Dr Kellow has overseen the progress of this pre-eminent journal of the philately of the Australian Commonwealth with the introduction of colour covers and most recently the option of an electronic version.
On the trade side Geoffrey has been involved with philatelic research and journalism. Since moving to Sydney he has become involved with the preparation of philatelic auctions.
More recently he has been part of the team that has launched Aat level 3 maintaining financial records on-line philatelic auction. Since the FIP Congress in he was elected chairman of the commission. Geoffrey maintains his interest in detecting and identifying material deleterious to our hobby.
Dr Geoffrey Kellow is an all-round philatelist, a collector of postage stamps, a postal historian, researcher, an author, an editor, a member of organised philately and has been associated with Philatelic exhibitions as an entrant and a judge Ross Wood Ross Wood Ross Wood has provided outstanding services to organised philately in an executive capacity.
He has served in the following roles: Ross is the longest serving APF executive. Ross is the current editor of several philatelic publications: He has run Aerophilately exhibiting workshops at the national level, such as the one held during the Canberra show.
He was then promoted to Officer-in-Charge of the Philatelic Bureau for Western Australian stamp collectors for mail orders and distribution to Philatelic sections of Australia Post until — a total of 13 years of service. As a philatelic exhibitor, Ross has developed fifteen different exhibits sincewhich have been judged in more than 56 international exhibitions.
To top it off, for those of us who have the pleasure to know him as a personal friend, he is a top bloke. Congratulations Ross; well deserved. Nine years later after moving from the country, he joined the Frankston and District Stamp Club as a junior in and Brighton Philatelic Society in Japan exhibit at The Victorian Philatelic Association Congress inand worked for Tam Mappin of Mappin and Curran in their stamp shop over the university holidays.
A year later he joined his friend David Kirby and worked at Max Sterns over the next 6 years on a part time and then full time basis. Within a year of finishing his Economics Degree and other studies, he married and together with his wife, Christine started a mail order stamp business, advertising in The Australian Stamp Monthly, and selling on exchange sheets.
He continued as a member for over 20 years. At his first meeting as President there were 85 members and Associate Members in attendance, which was a fairly daunting task to chair! The main discussion was about opening hours for the forthcoming world stamp exhibition, Ausipex.
He became a delegate to The Victorian Philatelic Council in the same year. In Tony attended his first Australian Philatelic Federation meeting as a trade observer, and now some 31 years later, having attended most meetings in the meantime, he still does!.
He has held that position a record number of times, and undertook a massive restructuring of that organisation in the s to turn its fortunes around and establish it as the most successful stamp dealers association in the world. Membership boomed and Tony was actively involved in obtaining most of the new ones through his international contacts.
He also established a national circuit of APTA stamp shows, organised dealer bourses which were only open to the trade, proposed and helped to organise National stamp Dealer Conventions to educate the trade in various business matters, and helped to run a significant number of social events including golf days and a car rally.
Many of his ideas for promoting shows and the trade are still used today. It was his idea to overprint booklets for Tram Show in Melbourne, and that idea has been used by virtually every show ever held in Australia since then, to help raise funds to run the show. Subsequently he did the same for exhibition covers and Philatelic Numismatic Covers.
The idea has been copied by many other trade bodies around the world and even Australia Post and by now has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for organised philately and the trade.
As always, Tony had a significant input to that committee and several of his ideas were adopted by Australia Post, including issuing specialised Year Albums inwhich catered for collectors wanting booklets, reprints, self adhesive stamps etc.
He also suggested that Australia Post provide First Day Covers to standing order customers on a quarterly basis, at a discount to encourage collectors — which they still do. In Tony attended his first overseas stamp show, which was in Singapore.Clients. We’ll find the best candidates for your roles and enable you to recruit the right people for your business.
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