The BNAPEX 2018 Frame Limits, Exhibition Prospectus, and Exhibit Entry Form are available below. The Exhibition Prospectus and Exhibit Entry Form were mailed to members with the 2018 First Quarter issue of BNA Topics.
As of 12 May, all 160 exhibit frames were booked. A waiting list is being compiled in the event that an exhibitor cancels. If you would like to be put on the list, contact the Exhibits Coordinator, Grégoire Teyssier, with details of your exhibit.
Here are the exhibits that will be displayed at BNAPEX 2018 Québec. The "Synopsis" and "Title page" columns provide links to the synopsis and title page of the exhibits. They are PDF documents that open in a new window.
|Title||Frames||Frame #||Synopsis||Title page|
|Booklet Varieties of the Admiral Issue||1||12||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Chemistry of the War Time Admiral||1||2||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canada's 1935 King George V Pictorial Issue||8||41-48||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Canadian 6¢ Wilding Definitive||1||158||Synopsis||Title page|
|1977-79 "Peace Tower" Domestic Rates Stamps||1||159||Synopsis||Title page|
|La Nouvelle-France||3||31-33||Synopsis||Title page|
|Jacques Cartier - Explorer - Celebrated on Canadian Stamps 1855-2000||1||110||Synopsis||Title page|
|Les Bordures Philatéliques||1||157||Synopsis||Title page|
|Fakes, Forgeries, and Fantasies - Some call them Album Weeds||1||109||Synopsis|
|The Cameo Design on Postal Stationery of Canada||7||144-150||Synopsis||Title page|
|Salesman “I Will Call” on Postal Stationery Cards||8||101-108||Synopsis||Title page|
|International, Imperial and Commonwealth Reply Coupons of Canada and Newfoundland||5||121-125||Synopsis||Title page|
|L'utilisation du compteur modèle «H» de Pitney-Bowes au Canada (1929-1957)||8||91-98||Synopsis||Title page|
|Newfoundland Postage Meters 1928-1949||3||88-90||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canadian International Airmails 1919-1941||8||21-28||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Development of Pioneer and Semi-Official Air Mail within Canada, 1918-1934||8||13-20||Synopsis||Title page|
|Rates, Usage and Varieties on Cover during the Cents Issue Era: 1859-1868||6||51-56||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canada Postal History: Use of Decimal Stamps in Post-Decimal Era 1868 and Beyond||1||50||Title page|
|The Montreal Transcript Covers: The First Use of a Reply Envelope?||1||100||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canada: The 8 Cents Small Queen Issue used in Combination with Other Values||1||156||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canada: 1985 - 50¢ Parliament Booklet Low Value Usages||1||160||Synopsis||Title page|
|Masterpieces of Canadian Art Stamps||7||111-117||Synopsis|
|Postal history - Cancels|
|Squared Circle Cancellations and the Quebec Tercentenary Issue of 1908||1||34||Synopsis||Title page|
|Les oblitérations de type cercle encadré du Québec||5||35-39||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Squared Circle Postmarks of New Brunswick||1||136||Synopsis||Title page|
|Montreal Carrier Handstamps||3||151-153||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canadian Dead Letter Office Re-Organization Handstamps||1||49||Synopsis||Title page|
|Newfoundland Registered Mail in the Pictorial Period||2||29-30||Synopsis|
|Postal history - Railway Post Office|
|Les oblitérations de l’ambulant postal du chemin de fer Lévis à Kennebec et Québec Central (1879-1971)||1||154||Synopsis||Title page|
|"By Grand Trunk Railway" 1853-67||3||118-120||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Railway Post Office on the Short Line||1||155||Synopsis||Title page|
|Postal history - Routes and regions|
|Postal usages in the Province of Quebec and Lower Canada until 1831||5||131-135||Synopsis||Title page|
|Le courrier transfrontalier par la route commerciale du lac Champlain avant 1867||6||61-66||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Ship Mail of Quebec City (1763 - 1914)||5||126-130||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Steamboat Mail of Quebec City||1||40||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Early Postal History of Northwestern Ontario||4||67-70||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Postal History of the Township of Teck||4||57-60||Title page|
|Canada Gateway to Saint-Pierre's Mail: Canadian Postal Markings on Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon Mail 1858-1961||3||141-143||Synopsis||Title page|
|Postal history - Military mail|
|Military Toronto - 1793 through the 1940s||4||137-140||Synopsis||Title page|
|Le Dominion du Canada et la Première Guerre Mondiale par la Franchise Postale||1||1||Synopsis||Title page|
|The Great War Internment Camps of Canada||8||3-10||Synopsis||Title page|
|Correspondance de guerre d'Émile Martin (1914-1916)||1||11||Synopsis||Title page|
|Canadian Merchant Navy, July 1943 to Sept. 1945||1||99||Synopsis||Title page|
|Revenue stamps and usage|
|Fundraising for WWI through the Post Office||4||71-74||Synopsis||Title page|
|Les timbres de loi et d’enregistrement de la province de Québec||6||75-80||Synopsis||Title page|
|Newfoundland Early Legal Documental History via Stampless Precursor and 1898 Queen Victoria First Revenue types||7||81-87||Synopsis||Title page|
The fee for competitive exhibits in classes 2 and 3 is CDN $20 per frame. There is no frame fee for Class 4 exhibits (that is, Youth exhibits where the exhibitor is 21 years or younger as of 1 January 2018).
You can pay the frame fee by cheque (full details given on the Exhibit Entry Form) or PayPal. If paying through PayPal, you can use your PayPal account if you have one or your bank account or credit card. Note that a PayPal account NOT required. If you use PayPal, please remember to submit the filled-in Exhibit Entry Form to the address given on the form. You must send five copies each of the Exhibit Title/Plan page and Synopsis to the Exhibits Committee by regular mail, not by email.
To pay using PayPal:
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Guidelines for synopsis preparation and information on judging at BNAPEX exhibitions are available below.
As a specialist society, BNAPS has developed its own Judging Guidelines for BNAPEX exhibits. However, the following references offer useful suggestions and guides for the preparation of exhibits.
The Royal Philatelic Society of Canada (RPSC) has published an informative series articles covering various aspects of exhibiting by David Piercey in its journal, The Canadian Philatelist. These articles are available online at the RPSC website. To date, the articles have explored such topics as designing the title page, producing an effective exhibit synopsis, preparing that first exhibit, and the importance of planning, telling a story, presentation, and research.
The American Association of Philatelic Exhibitors (AAPE) website has articles about creating an exhibit, preparing the synopsis and title page, and judging criteria (but note that the AAPE rules apply to AAPE awards). The website also offers examples of successful exhibits.
The Online Resources and Exhibits (ORE) area of the BNAPS website has several examples of award-winning exhibits, many of them shown at previous BNAPEX conventions.
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