For his contributions to the BNAPS website, Andy Ellwood was awarded this certificate in 2004.
BECONS has been designed to let BNAPS members see the stamps and covers that are available to them in the Exchange Circuit. The inventory of material is scanned and posted on the website and can be accessed through this site. Only members of BNAPS can participate in the Exchange Circuit. To join BNAPS, click HERE.
Latest update: 11 February 2018 - Additional LATEST replacements are shown as MONTHYEAR (e.g.: AUG12, for AUG 2012).
New/revised sheets of stamps have been added to the Exchange Circuit as of February 2018 and labelled Feb18. They can be found in the following groups: Small Queens, Edwards, Victoria.
All catalogue values and prices in the Exchange Circuit are expressed in Canadian dollars. Payments may be made in U.S. dollars at current exchange rates.
The BNAPS Exchange Circuit provides BNAPS members with the capability of disposing of their unwanted stamps and covers to other members. The member mounts the material on sheets and mails them to the Manager who keeps them in an inventory. He scans the sheets and arranges for the Webmaster to have them displayed on the website. Members can review the images and have the Manager forward the items on approval. The Manager maintains an account of sales that the owner can use to acquire other material. Owners receive the money from outstanding sales annually.
Since there is a wide range of material in the Circuit, each sheet is identified by a descriptive two-character code and a unique sheet number. Each stamp or cover is identified by its position on the sheet. Collections, accumulations, exhibits, and just plain bulk lots can also be listed. This material remains with the owner and a description is forwarded to the Manager for listing on the website. An interested member contacts the Manager who arranges for the sale. The lot is sent directly to the buyer and payment is forwarded to the Manager.
BNAPS pays the postage for items sent on approval. BNAPS retains 10% of the sale price to cover insurance costs.
Find the Group that interest you from the list on the left and click on it. This provides a list of the sheets in the group; the date following the code is the latest date of any change in the sheet. Click on the sheet code to go to the image of the sheet. Magnification can provide greater detail.
By email or by phone, advise the Manager of the desired stamp or cover using the group/sheet code and position number of the item. Email is used to confirm the mailing and the return of unwanted items and/or payment. All payments are to be made by cheque to A.W. Ellwood. All prices and payment are in Canadian currency. Payments from the U.S. and other countries can be arranged through the Manager.
Under the heading Large Lots, a brief outline describes each lot. A member who is interested can contact the Manager, who is able to provide additional information, including location and weight. Depending on the situation, the Manager will make suitable arrangements to facilitate the sale and transportation. In some cases, the seller and buyer will be able to talk directly. When the sale is completed, payment is forwarded to the Manager.
When new material is added to the Circuit, members may be advised of its arrival. The development of the database is in the process of providing members with the capability of listing their collecting interests. When this is completed, the Manager will be able to send emails to members to let them know of the availability of new material. Members will also be able to indicate that they do not want to receive such advice.
Andy Ellwood, Circuits Manager
10 Doris Avenue
Gloucester, Ontario K1T 3W8
AD029 AUG11, AD124 May17, AD125 May17, AD164 Jun17, AD265 Feb18, AD266 Feb18, AD279 Feb18, AD693 JAN13, AD694 JAN13, AD695 Rpl Jul16, AD696 Rpl Nov15, AD742 Feb14, AD743 Feb14, AD744 Rpl Jul16, AD745 Feb14, AD746 Feb14, AD747 Feb14, AD748 Feb14, AD762 Mar14, AD774 May14, AD837 Feb15, AD850 Feb15, AD851 Feb15, AD852 Feb15, AD866 Jul15, AD867 Jul15, AD868 Jul15,
AD870 Oct15, AD871 Oct15, AD896 Feb16, AD900 Feb16, AD902 Rpl Jul16, AD903 Rpl Dec16, AD917 Rpl Jul16, AD918 Rpl Jul16, AD919 Rpl Jul16, AD920 Rpl May16, AD921 Rpl May16, AD922 Rpl Jul16, AD1598-5, AD1703-3 Feb16,
CL153 RPL, CL154 Feb17, CL687, AUG11 CL688, AUG11 CL689, AUG11 CL797-1C May14, CL797-2C May14, CL797-5C May14, CL846 Feb15, CL847 Rpl May16, CL848 Feb15, CL849 Feb15, CL904 Feb17, CL993NOV17 Rpl Nov17,
EC133 May17, EC134 May17, EC135 May17, EC136 May17, EC137 May17, EC138 May17, EC139 May17, EC140 May17, EC141 May17, EC142 May17, EC143 May17, EC144 May17, EC145 May17, EC146 May17, EC165 Jun17, EC174 Jun17, EC856 Rpl Nov17, EC882 Oct15, EC974 Jul16,
KG590, KG775 May14, KG786 Rpl Feb16, KG787 May14, KG797-5C May14, KG797-6C May14, KG840 May15, KG872 Oct15, KG873 Oct15, KG874 Rpl Nov15, KG875 Rpl Jul16, KG876 Oct15, KG877 Oct15, KG878 Oct15, KG879 Oct15, KG883 Oct15, KG884 Oct15, KG886 Oct15, KG887 Oct15, KG888 Oct15, KG889 Oct15, KG890 Rpl Jul16, KG891 Oct15, KG897 Rpl Jul16, KG898 Rpl Jul16, KG899 Feb16, KG902 Rpl Jul16, KG903 Feb16, KG916 Feb16, KG952 Jul16, KG972 Jul16, KG973 Jul16,
MX1703-8C Rpl DEC12,
QE109 May17, QE110 May17, QE111 May17, QE112 May17, QE113 May17, QE114 May17, QE115 May17, QE116 May17, QE117 May17, QE118 May17, QE119 May17, QE120 May17, QE121 May17, QE122 May17, QE163 Jun17, QE175 Nov17, QE176 Nov17, QE177 Nov17, QE178 Nov17, QE179 Nov17, QE180 Nov17, QE181 Nov17, QE182 Nov17, QE183 Nov17, QE184 Nov17, QE185 Nov17, QE186 Nov17, QE187 Nov17, QE188 Nov17, QE189 Nov17, QE190 Nov17, QE191 Nov17, QE192 Nov17, QE193 Nov17, QE194 Nov17, QE195 Nov17, QE196 Nov17, QE197 Nov17, QE198 Nov17, QE199 Nov17, QE200 Nov17, QE201 Nov17, QE202 Nov17, QE203 Nov17, QE213 Jan18, QE222 Jan18, QE223 Jan18, QE224 Jan18, QE225 Jan18, QE226 Jan18, QE227 Jan18, QE228 Jan18, QE229 Jan18, QE471, QE901 Feb16, QE902 Rpl Jul16, QE883 Oct15, QE976 Dec16,
PC409, PC410, PC411 Rpl Jul16, PC412, PC413 Rpl Jul16, PC414 Rpl May16 PC709 Rpl May16, PC710 Rpl Jul16, PC711 Rpl May16, PC712 Rpl May16, PC713 Rpl Jul16, PC714 Feb14, PC715 Rpl Jul16, PC716 Rpl Dec16, PC717 Rpl Jul16, PC718 Dec13, PC729 Rpl May16, PC730 Rpl May16, PC731 Rpl May16, PC732 Rpl Nov17, PC733 Rpl Nov17, PC734 Rpl May16,
PC752 Rpl Feb17, PC754 Rpl May16, PC755 Rpl Nov17, PC756 Mar14, PC757 Mar14, PC758 Jun14, PC759 Rpl Feb16, PC760 Mar14, PC761 Mar14, PC770 Rpl Nov17, PC771 Rpl May16, PC773 Rpl Nov17, PC776 Rpl Jul16, PC777 Rpl nov17, PC838 Rpl Nov17, PC839 Rpl May16, PC926 Rpl Jul16, PC927 Rpl Jul16, PC928 Rpl May16, PC929 Feb16, PC930 Feb16, PC931 Feb16, PC932 Rpl Jul16, PC933 Feb16, PC934 Rpl Jul16, PC935 Feb16, PC936 Rpl Jul16, PC937 Feb16, PC938 Rpl Jul16, PC939 Rpl Jul16, PC940 Mar16, PC941 Mar16, PC942 Mar16, PC943 Rpl Jul16, PC944 Mar16, PC945 Mar16, PC946 Mar16, PC947 Mar16, PC948 Rpl Nov17, PC949 Jul16, PC950 Jul16, PC951 Rpl Feb17, PC953 May16, PC954 May16, PC955 Rpl Dec16, PC956 Rpl Dec16, PC957 May16, PC958 May16, PC959 Rpl Feb17, PC960 Rpl Feb17, PC961 Rpl Dec16, PC964 Rpl Feb17, PC999 Feb17, PC1000 Feb17, PC1001 Feb17, PC1002 Feb17, PC1003 Feb17, PC1004 Feb17, PC1005 Feb17, PC1006 Feb17, PC1007 Feb17, PC1008 Feb17,
RP351, RP352, RP353 OC10, RP354 OC10, RP355, RP425 Rpl AUG12, RP426, RP427 OCT10, RP428 Rpl AUG12, RP429 OCT10, RP430 Rpl Jul16, RP431 Rpl AUG12, RP432 Rpl AUG12, RP433 Rpl AUG12, RP434, RP435 MAY11, RP436 Rpl AUG12, RP437 MAY11, RP594 Nov14,
RV416 Rpl Dec16,
RV676 Rpl NOV13, RV679 Rpl Dec16, RV683 AUG11, RV684 AUG11, RV685 AUG11, RV690 Rpl AUG12, RV691 Rpl Dec16, RV692 Rpl NOV13, RV700 Nov17, RV701 JAN13, RV702 Rpl Nov17, RV703 Rpl Dec16, RV704 JAN13, RV706 Rpl Dec16, RV708 Rpl Dec16, RV778 Nov17, RV779 Nov17, RV780 Rpl Dec16, RV781 Nov17, RV782 May14, RV783 Nov17, RV784 May14, RV785 May14, RV789 May14, RV790 Rpl Nov17, RV791 Rpl Dec16, RV805 Nov14, RV819 Nov14, RV823 Rpl Dec16, RV824 Nov14, RV825 Nov14, RV832 Rpl Dec16, RV833 Rpl Nov15, RV834 Feb15, RV835 Feb15, RV836 Feb15, RV840 Feb15, RV841 Feb15, RV842 Rpl Nov17, RV843 Feb15, RV844 Rpl May15, RV849 Nov17, RV925 Feb16, RV975 Dec16, RV995 Feb17,
SQ155 Feb14, SQ156 Rpl Nov 14, SQ172 Feb18, SQ173 Feb18, SQ407 Nov14, SQ589, SQ591 Nov15, SQ598 Nov14, SQ623 Rpl, SQ719 Feb14, SQ724 Feb14, SQ725 Feb14, SQ726 Feb14, SQ728 Feb14, SQ796-2C Rpl Nov15, SQ796-3C May14, SQ796-4C Rpl Nov15, SQ796-5C May14, SQ796-6C Rpl May16, SQ796-7C May14, SQ796-8C May14, SQ854 May15, SQ869 Rpl Nov15, SQ892 Feb16, SQ893 Feb16, SQ894 Rpl Feb17, SQ907 Feb16, SQ908 Rpl Feb17, SQ909 Feb16, SQ997 Feb17,
SC563, SC564Rpl JAN13, SC565, SC566 Rpl, SC567 Rpl DEC12, SC568 Rpl JAN13, SC569 Rpl AUG12, SC570 Rpl DEC12, SC599 Rpl NOV13, SC634 Rpl NOV13, SC636 Rpl, SC637 Rpl NOV13, SC720 Feb14, SC721 Feb14, SC723 Feb14, SC724 Feb14, SC725 Feb14, SC726 Feb14, SC727 Feb14, SC728 Feb14,
SC1688-1 Rpl DEC12, SC1688-2 Rpl Jul13, SC1688-3 Rpl JAN13, SC1688-4 Rpl May13, SC1688-5, SC1688-6 Rpl JAN13, SC1688-8 Rpl Jul13, SC1693-1 Rpl NOV13, SC1693-2 Rpl May13, SC1693-3 Rpl May13, SC1693-4 Rpl NOV13, SC1693-5 Rpl Feb14, SC1693-6 Rpl JAN13, SC1693-7 Rpl Feb14, SC1693-8 Rpl May13,
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