HOBART 20/20 Stamp and Postcard Exhibition
“Looking Back at History”
When and Where
Hobart Town Hall, Cnr Elizabeth St and Macquarie St Hobart.
Fri 13 Nov 2020: 12:00 – 5:00
Sat 14 Nov 2020: 10:00 – 5:00
Sun 15 Nov 2020: 10:00 – 3:30
New Topical Rules Now Available
The APF has approved new rules for the experimental Topical Class. Please see the Topical Challenge page for details
Accommodation Bookings Open
We have a group booking at Hadley’s hotel and a 15% discount option at the Travelodge. Both are very well located and close to the Exhibition and central Hobart. Details here
Entry Form and Prospectus now available
the Prospectus and Entry Form are now available on the Exhibitors page . Entries close 30 Aug 2020.
Topical Class Challenge
Enter the Topical Class Challenge and try this new experimental class. Entries in the experimental Topical Class will be eligible for a special prize.
Details can be found on the Topical Class page
Events at the Hobart Stamp Show 20/20
This national exhibition of stamps, postcards and postal history will be open to the public from 12:00 noon Friday 13 November 2020 to Sunday 15 November 2020. Admission is free.
The exhibition is presented by the Tasmanian Philatelic Society.
The venue is the Hobart Town Hall Ballroom, located up-stairs at the Town Hall. Lift access is available.
There will be a joint meeting of the Tasmanian Philatelic Society and the Royal Philatelic Society of Victoria on Thursday evening 12 Nov, drinks at Hadleys Hotel on Friday evening 13 Nov and an Awards Dinner at Hadleys Hotel on Saturday evening 14 November 2020.
Entering the Hobart Stamp show 20/20
Entries of 16-sheet one-frame exhibits are now open. The prospectus and entry form are available on the Exhibitors page.
The entry fee is $45 which includes the APF $5 frame fee.
There will be a Topical Class Challenge. Entries in the new national level Topical class will be eligible for a special prize. Details of this class are available on the Topical class page. We also hope to run workshops on exhibiting in this class in both Hobart and Launceston early in 2020.