This page publishes all the news concerning the philatelic world in general, which we know may be of interest to members. The few members without an email box will continue to receive the AIDANews newsletter in paper form by post, where News will also be sent.
Everything is ready for the next Postal History Colloquium, to be held on September, 18 at the State Archives of Prato, Via Ser Lapo Mazzei 41, organized by the “Aldo Cecchi” Institute of Postal Historical Studies in Prato. Conducting the Colloquium, which is remembered is limited to 15 minutes for each participant, is Bruno Crevato-Selvaggi,Continue reading “19th Postal History Interview
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On 2 September, Poste Italiane informed us that “MILANOFIL 2021”, one of the key events of Philately and other sectors of collecting, has always been an opportunity for collectors and dealers to meet, scheduled for 8 and 9 October next postponed to 2022. Poste Italiane will communicate the new date and venue of the eventContinue reading “MILANOFIL 2021”
The sad news reaches us of the passing away in Cairo, on August 12, of Romano Savini, who was a great expert in Zeppelin mail whose trade he kept alive for many years with great honesty and knowledge of the market, supported by his perfect mastery of the German language. The news reached us yesterdayContinue reading “The passing away of Romano Savini”
The sad news reaches us of the death in Rome, last August 2, of Giangiacomo Orlandini, former owner of the famous auction houses Italphil in Rome and Harmers in London, who for over fifty years has trod the Italian philatelic scene and has relaunched Italian air mail in the 1970s, also with its editorial initiatives.Continue reading “The passing away of Giangiacomo Orlandini”
The Blimp Goodyear airship was a comeback in style. The name of the American company is synonymous with tires, but with it the iconic “Blimp” airship, a symbol that has existed for over a century, also comes to mind. He had been away from Milan for over 10 years and that of Saturday 17 JulyContinue reading “An airship flyed the skies of Milan”
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