Pascal Rith, president of the Hettange Philatelic Club: "Too often we have had to face obstacles sown by malicious spirits"
"The editorial staff, which has moved recently, will take advantage of the summer to settle comfortably in its new premises, at the headquarters of Amiens," announces in its editorial of Trump stamps dated July 15-September 15 Ombeline Chivé, which specifies that she replaces the editor-in-chief Sophie Bastide-Bernardin ...
The panthers are on the cover of this issue: a colorful theme, illustrated with stamps from all over the world (North Korea, Ghana, Russia, Canada, Formosa, Poland, etc.).While La Poste will issue a September 12 1 euro service stamp on behalf of Unesco on the Florida panther.
Opportunity for the author to recall that this species is threatened."There would remain only 35 panthers of Love, less than 200 panthers of Arabia and less than 500 panthers of Java".
This theme does not fail to include stamps on the pink panther, the panther print or football, with a round stamp published by Portugal on the occasion of the 2010 World Cup, on the theme of the panther! A panther appears on a block issued by France in 2009 dedicated to "disappeared or threatened animals".
"Guest of the month" is named Pascal Rith.The president of the Hettange Philatelic Club tells the story of this club which he created in 1986 and which is preparing to celebrate its 30th anniversary in September.
Posted Date: 2020-06-25