IT IS THE FIRST TUESDAY IN OCTOBER AND THAT MEANS IT IS STAMP CLUB AUCTION NIGHT, OCT 2, 2012.
The Doors Open at 7 PM and the auction starts at 7:30 PM.
The auctioneer, Dr. Steve Brandt, reports that we have a lot of new material up for sale and Not all cheapo stuff. Put your buyer’s paddles in the air and bring them down on your piggy banks. This is what you have been saving up for. The Auction and OKPEX coming Oct. 19-20.
We will also have circuit books to peruse and the general good time of an Oklahoma City Stamp Club night. See you there !!
P.S. The Lawton-Ft. Sill Stamp Club annual stamp show is Oct 6-7 at the Center.
AUGUST 7th is SHOW AND TELL NIGHT AT THE OKLAHOMA CITY STAMP CLUB.
COME AND SHOW US – COME AND TELL US –
WHAT YOU HAVE BOUGHT , WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED,
WHAT YOU HAVE DISCOVERED, WHAT YOU COLLECT,
OR EVEN EXPLAIN “THE WHY I COLLECT” !!!!
We will all share in going through the OPS Circuit books for August Including:
Czechoslovakia, Finland-France, Danzig, Denmark, Dubai, Egypt,
Estonia, Ethopia, Dominica,
Barbados, Great Britian, Germany, Azores,
Austria, Aben, Andola, B-countries
WE WILL NOT MEET ON AUG 21st– somebody said it might be
TOO COLD. For whatever reason, the next meeting after next Tuesday will be Sept. 4th. Who will give us a program on Sept. 4th.
Call 990-2389 and VOLUNTEER NOW.
OKLAHOMA CITY STAMP CLUB MEETS THIS TUESDAY, APRIL 3 at 7 PM
OK, So you didn’t win the $640 million jackpot. And by Tuesday evening the Final Four Will be HISTORY ! So, What Should You Do?
Come to the OCSC and hear a great program by Charles Wallis – “Lighter than Air”. No, he isn’t talking about going on a spring diet to lose weight.
So come and find out what he IS talking about.
At our last meeting a motion was made to raise OCSC dues from $12/yr to $15/yr, From $4/yr for spouses to $5/yr. and from $2/yr for youth to $3/yr. The motion was placed on the table until the April 3rd meeting to give everyone the opportunity to participate in voting on this question. Your vote counts so be there. The need for funds is due to increasing standard club costs. In case you are wondering, it has nothing to do with OKPEX, which keeps separate books entirely.
We have received the new APS Circuit that includes most of the club favorite subjects:
Europa Europa CEPT Northern European Countries
Great Britain & Br. Empire Great Britain
Estonia #1-N5 Canada, mostly used (2)
Japan #68-508 Japan #566-2838
Greece #66-RA86 Greece #2004a-NRA1 + Some Crete
Sweden 2000-2006 used Sweden #6-#1703 plus booklets & postage dues
U.S. 19th Century (2) U.S. 19th & 20th Century
Sounds like a lot of fun to me !!!
The program at OKC Stamp Club Tuesday Evening 7 PM will be FDR Part II, by Frank Schultz
Reminder: Bring your worldwide trading material to this meeting.
We have OPS Circuit books:
We have APS Circuit books and most have only been to one other buyer so far:
United States 19th Century
We meet at 7 PM on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Asbury United Methodist Church, 1320 SW 38th St. Oklahoma City.
This cover sold recently in the Spinks Shreves Risvold auction in NYC.
Description In The Catalog:
Cantonment Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, present day Oklahoma, strong manuscript “Cant. Gibson/8 Feb 1832” postmark and “25” rate on folded cover to Washington, D.C., endorsed “To the care of Hon. Lewis Cap, Sec of War,” very fine.The Indian Territory was established June 30,1834 from the western part of the Arkansas Territory. It consisted of the Five Civilized Tribes or nations – Creeks – Cherokees – Chickasaw – Choctaw and Seminole, who were forced to leave their lands in the southeastern part of the U.S., in what is known as “The Trail of Tears”.In 1867 the Indian Nations because of sympathy for the Confederate cause during the Civil War, were ordered to relinquish the western part of the Indian Territory to the Plains Indians – Cheyenne – Arapahoe – Wichita – Comanche – Kiowa and Apache. On May 2, 1890 this western part became the Oklahoma Territory. Then on Nov. 16, 1907 the Indian Territory was combined with the Oklahoma Territory to form the State of Oklahoma.
This cover sold recently in the Spinks-Shreves Risvold Auction in NYC.
Description In The Catalog:
Cherokee, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory present day Oklahoma, well struck rimless “Cherokee, Cher. Nation/1844” circular date stamp with “Apr 8” added by hand and manuscript “25” rate on fresh folded letter with integral address leaf to Thetford, Vermont, very fine and choice; the only postmark used by this office and the latest of only three recorded examples.This Post Office was established on 9 May, 1842 and discontinued in 1844-45.