|Pittwater Stamps||Click here for further details|
|Ace Stamp Auctions||Click here for further details|
|Coin Aus John|
|Mike Kouwen||Click here for further details|
|Robin Linke||Click to visit the Robin Linke website|
|Coins of Oz|
Click here to download the Revised Bunbury 2019 Souvenir Order Form
The revised Souvenir Order Form enables you to book tickets for the Palmares Dinner and the Bus Tour.
Saturday 20th July Sunday 21st July
9:00 am to 5:00 pm 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
South West Italian club
20 White Street
EAST BUNBURY WA 6230
Mike – (08) 9384 4981
Johanna – email@example.com
Tuesday 30th April 2019
Closing date for Entry Forms with Entry Fees and Draft Title Pages to be delivered.
Friday 5th July 2019
Earliest date for exhibits to be delivered by post.
Friday 12th July 2019
Latest date for exhibits to be delivered by post.
Friday 19th July 2019
Entries delivered by hand to be received at the Bin Room.
Bunbury 2019 is a National One Frame Exhibition, including an Astro One Frame Challenge.
|FIP Classes||APF Classes|
|Postal Stationery||Polar Philately|
|Aerophilately||First Day Covers|
|Thematic Philately||Picture Postcards|
|Coins / Medallions|
Astro One Frame Challenge
It was the 20th July 1969 when US astronaut Neil Armstrong took that one small step, a step so marvellous that 600 million people in the world tuned to watch. This was one of the most significant events of our time and the start of hundreds of space expeditions for mankind.
Back 50 years ago NASA supplied us with amazing images of the moon landing while astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin gave us some memorable quotes. Now you can show Australia your Philatelic or Numismatic memorabilia in a National One Frame Competition. Bunbury 2019 National One Frame Exhibition will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s journey to the moon and back with a One Frame Astro Philatelic and Numismatic Challenge.
Your One Frame Astro exhibit can encompass any philatelic or numismatic material related to space exploration. It might be a study of the scientific and technical progress achieved in the conquest of space, chronologically recording the relevant events within the different programmes. Or it might be about stratospheric research, early rocketry and the precursors to the various types of spacecraft.
Your exhibit can be prepared for any of the classes listed in the table above.
Why not give it a go? Put together a 15 page one frame exhibit and enter the Bunbury 2019 Astro Challenge (for coin/medallion entries, a one case exhibit).