At each Congress the host society select a prominent philatelist who will present the Tom Rielly Display.
The display consists of ten frames of material and the philatelist concerned is asked to give a short
talk on the display on the Friday evening. After the talk he or she will be presented with a Tom Rielly
Struck in silver the Tom Rielly Medal commemorates one of the best-loved and hardest working of Scottish philatelists who died in September 2001.
Each of the displays listed below can be seen by clicking on the relevant hyperlink opposite.
|92||James Podger||British West Indies Postal History|
|91||Norman Watson||Big is Beautiful - Philatelic Displays in A3|
|90||Jean Osborne||GB Non-Philatelic Exhibitions|
|89||Stephen Weir||Classic and Iconic Stamps of Great Britain issued from 1893 to date|
|88||Dr. Brian Dow||Selected Sheets from his collection of Scottish Postal History and Norway|
|87||Ray Welland||World War 1 Collection of Postal History and Postcards|
|86||Willie King||The Changing Face of Philately|
|85||Dr. Ian Evans||Scottish Postal History of the Victorian Age|
|84||Robin Sherman||A mix of material from the British Solomon Islands, Falkland Islands & Dependencies and Gilbert & Ellice Islands|
|83||Alexander McCulloch||Stamps of New Zealand: 1898 to 2000|
|82||Dr. David Kindley||Afghanistan|
|80||Peter Westwood||Tom Rielly's Burnsiana|
|79||Richard Beith||South Atlantic Airmails to 1949|
|78||Roy Erskine||Wilson's of Bannockburn|
|77||Stewart Gardiner||All aspects of Philately|
|76||Jeff Stone||Finland - an "Important" Country?|
|75||Ken Norris||Philatelic Interests|
|74||David Robinson||A display of Tom Rielly's own material|
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