Machin Collectors Club
Other Clubs & Societies
The Machin Interest Group of the Philatelic Society of Canberra
The Machin flag is kept flying in Australia through the activities of the Machin Interest Group of the Philatelic Society of Canberra in Australia’s capital. The group holds meetings and publishes a newsletter – Machinations – which includes a range of articles on every aspect of Machin collecting.
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Web Site www.canberrastamps.org
Modern British Philatelic Circle
The Modern British Philatelic Circle was formed on January 1st 2006 after the almagamation of both the Great Britain Decimal Stamps Study Circle (GB DSB SC) and the British Decimal Stamps Study Circle (BDSSC) Why not pay their site a visit for further infomation or contact the membership secretary Tony Wilkins by email
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Web Site www.mbp-circle.co.uk
Larry Rosenblum has developed a Web site called GBStamps.com The place on the Web for Great Britain Philately. A special feature of GBStamps.com is Machin Mania on the Web, a section devoted to Machins. Currently there is a Machin question-and-answer section and an editorial written by Albert Farrugia, editor of Machinations. Soon to come is a Machin quiz and lots more. GBStamps.com features news related to British philately, and Larry finds interesting and useful links for readers who want more information. For example, you’ll find a link to MDC Communications Corp, the parent company of The House of Questa. GBStamps.com is also the online home of The Great Britain Collectors Club. The GBCC is an American club specializing in GB philately. There’s club information, articles, photos, and an application form. Overseas members are always welcome!! Larry and his colleague David Alderfer write a monthly Great Britain column for Linn’s Stamp News, the largest weekly publication in the world for stamp collectors.
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Web Site www.gbstamps.com/