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Competitive philatelic entries at PIPEX 2014 will be judged by an American Philatelic Society approved panel of accredited judges:

Steve Schumann (chair), Hayward, CA, USA
Jim Graue, Spokane, WA, USA
Dickson Preston, Seattle, WA, USA
Ken Martin, Bellefonte, PA, USA
Sam Chiu, Willowdale, ON, Canada
Alejandro Grossman (Apprentice), Mexico DF, Mexico

PIPEX 2014 Exhibits

Title Pages for the 2014 PIPEX exhibits

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U.S. Bicolor Postage Issues of 1869, 1873, and 1901

This exhibit illustrates the difficulties in producing line-engraved bicolor postage using the intaglio multi-plate printing method

Don David Price

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Club Exhibit

Oregon Stamp Society

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Club Exhibit

Tri-Cities Stamp Club

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Club Exhibit

Strait Stamp Society

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Club Exhibit

Greater Eugene Stamp Society

15 - 24

Censored, Rerouted, Suspended, Resumed: U.S. International Mail in World War II

Illustrates the impact of World War II on U.S. mail to foreign destinations

Louis Fiset

25 - 28

Guatemalan Auxiliary Markings

Postal markings of the period ca. 1898-1960, applied to mail for promotional, attributional, or directional purposes

David Fine

29 - 35

Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Financier, Statesman, Founder

This exhibit uses philatelic items, postcards, and historical material to illustrate the events in Hamilton's life and highlight his influence on the United States

Jack Congrove

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U.S. Byrd Antarctic Stamp: the Perforated Issues

Illustrated mail study of production, first day covers, and non-first day use of the 1933 and 1935 issues

Alan Warren

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The 1964 New York World's Fair Commemoratives and their First Day Covers

A comprehensive study of the stamp and stamped envelope, including paraphilatelic material, photos of essays, errors, scarce destinations, unoffical and commercial usage

Ron Klimley

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Club Exhibit

Evergreen Stamp Club

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Club Exhibit

Southern Oregon Philatelic Society

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Club Exhibit

Salem Stamp Society

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Club Exhibit

Northwest Philatelic Library

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The 3 cent 1948 Wisconsin Statehood Issue

Development of the stamp from design to production, first day cancellations and cachets, and worldwide usages of the stamp are shown in this exhibit

Ralph Nafziger

66 - 70

French Air Routes Africa, World War II

Shows the changing French air routes -- Republic, Vichy, and Free French Governments

Robert Hisey

71 - 80

Waterfowl Hunting Permit Stamps: Federal - State - Tribal

Stamps required to hunt waterfowl at the federal, state, and tribal levels, including many different usages

Michael Jaffe

81 - 82

Bells and the Sea

Showing how bells have been used by mariners on land and sea

Cathie Osborne

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New Zealand Stamp Papers from the Reign of King George V

Papers used to print stamps of New Zealand during the reign of King George V, 1920-1937

Bill Seymour

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$1.00 Rush Lamp and Candleholder Stamp

This exhibit documents the production errors, varieties, and uses of the $1.00 Americana series regular issue stamps -- the CIA invert

Don David Price

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Development of Swiss Airmail up to 1939

Starting with the first Swiss flown mail in 1913, shows the development of the Swiss airmail system to 1939, when WWII shut it down

George Struble

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Cinderellas of the Air

Items shown explore the thin line that separates stamps and cinderellas in areas of aerophilately

Sam Pezzillo

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The Postal Commemoration of the 1967 Alaska Centennial Exposition

This exhibit illustrates the various ways in which the 1967 Alaska Centennial Exposition was commemorated by both the Postal Service and the philatelic community

Ron Klimley

96 - 103

California Express Companies 1849-1895

A showing of the beginning, maturization and ending of the private carriage of mail in California

Dennis Hassler

104 - 106

The Postage Stamps of Southern Rhodesia

This traditional exhibit provides an in-depth presentation of all the regularly issued stamps of Southern Rhodesia (present day Zimbabwe)

Mark Loomis

107 - 116

PAA Crosses the Pacific 1935-1941

Exhibit follows the development of PAA Pacific routes as well as airmail connections before and during the Europe war

David Crotty

117

The Beginning of Air Service between Bermuda and the U.S.

This exhibit documents the beginning of air service between Bermuda and the U.S. (1937-1939), a route that became an important stopover on the transatlantic route

John Paré

118

Chinese Ki-Hei "Restricted Use" Overprints of 1927-1929

Uses and varieties of the four sets used in two of the three Chinese provinces in Manchuria before the 1932 takeover by the Japanese

Tom Massa

119

"The Jenny" -- Printing Variations of America's First Airmail Stamp

The exhibit traces printing variations of America's first airmail stamp, printed bicolor, in 1918; and sale of the inverted Jenny, the most famous U.S. stamp

Don David Price

120

The Jenny Invert

The story of the discovery and sale of the most famous U.S. Stamp – the 1918 Jenny Invert pane of 100.

American Philatelic Society

121 - 128

Classic Persia

Treatise of classic Persia, from the pre-stamp era through development of the postal system, ending with joining UPU; focus is historic events, technical analysis, and original research

K. Joe Youssefi

129 - 134

Pre-WWII Polar Lighter-than-Air Flights

Postally documents evolution in the polar regions of balloons and motorized airships (LTA's) during the earliest period of polar (Arctic and Antarctic) flight (1850-1936)

Hal Vogel

135 - 144

High Road to Cathay: Development of Pan Am's Transpacific Routes to 7 December 1941

Larry Weirather

145 - 146

Domestic Uses of Star Die Postal Entires and Wrappers 1860-69

Domestic Uses of Star Die Postal Entires and Wrappers 1860-69

David Snow

147 

A Day in the Life of a Frog

A fictional story narrated by Horace P. Frogmorton about a day in his life

Anne Harris

148 

The International Aerogrammes of China (1948-1949)

This one frame studies and displays the different issues and the varying use of the postage rate for the Chinese International Aerogrammes from their first issue in 1948 till the government of Republic of China withdrawal from China mainland in 1949

David Y. Lu

149 - 157

The China Martyrs Stamps, 1932-1949

The effect of war, politics, and inflation on the production and uses of the stamps honoring six martyrs of the Chinese 1911 revolution

William P. Winter

158 - 162

The Lippizzan Horses of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna

This thematic postcard exhibit will show the history of the Lippizan horses during their first 400 years of existence and how they interact with man

Donna Trathen

163 - 170

Foreign Air Mail Route 14: 1935-1941

A look at Pan Am's first transoceanic route

William Drummond

171 - 176

Refused Mail of Switzerland

The evolution of marking refused Swiss mail before and after the UPU Congress of 1891

Roger Heath

177 - 181

Two Paisa Horse Type Design Postal Cards 1887-1939

Comprehensive study of the early Nepalese postal cards – the 2 Paisa Horse type design.  Includes paper and ink varieties, errors, and die proofs

Anonymous

182 - 184

The 6 c US Transport Airmail Issue of 1941 (Usages and Rates)

The 6 cent airmail stamp was part of the transport airmail issue in use from 1941 to 1947.  Most usage occurred during WWII.  Military mail and censored mail played a large role in the history of this stamp.

Steve B. Davis

 185

China's U.S. Constitution Commemoratives: Through-the-Line Usages

Explains why the Japanese despised them and tried to prohibit their use, and chronicles significant usages

H. James Maxwell

186 - 190

The Evolution of the World Wildlife Fund Logo

This exhibit is a comprehensive study of the World Wildlife Fund logo as part of the design of postage stamps and other philatelic items

Janice L. Brookes

191 - 200

Pan American's Pacific Clippers 1935-1942

An aerophilatelic exhibit chronicling the development of trans-Pacific air transport from 1935 to the United States' entry into World War II

Stephen Tucker

201- 202

A. P. M. C. Flag Cancels: Chicago 1895-99

Machine flag cancels with die letters used at the main post office in Chicago, IL from 1895 to 1899

Lisa Foster

203 

Republic of China Express Stamps and Mail Slips: 1912-1929

An exhibit of the last two large Chinese express stamps, their 1916 demonetization, and the subsequently prepared express mail slips of 1916-29

H. James Maxwell

204 

Something about Spiders and their Webs

The exhibit includes a brief introduction to the biology of spiders and a variety of webs used in prey capture

Beatrice Vogel

205 - 214

Keeping Pace with Inflation: the Post-War Chinese National Currency Issues

A traditional exhibit illustrating the postal administration's difficulties in dealing with the rampant inflation following WW II

H. James Maxwell

215 - 224

Rates During the Post-War Chinese National Currency Era

A rate study of the 1945-48 inflationary period in China

H. James Maxwell

225 - 234

Postal Rates During the Gold Yuan Era: the Chinese Hyperinflation of 1948-49

Domestic and international rates from the October 1948 introduction of Gold Yuan currency through its supersession in late spring 1949

Hugh Lawrence

235 - 240

Rates During the Chinese Silver Yuan Currency Era

Covers illustrating the 1949-1950 domestic and international surface and air rates from various provinces in China during a very turbulent and chaotic time

Tom Massa

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