Volume 5 Issue 2
In this issue
Our cover illustration this week is based on a still from the 1935 classic film of the Mutiny on the Bounty – the version starring Clark Gable and Charles Laughton, which was of course shot in black and white. ASP’s art department colourised the print, which was very detailed.
It was one of a number of fine artworks or photographs (created on location, during the filming in this case) that captured the dramatic moment when Fletcher Christian and his fellow mutineers set Captain William Bligh and his loyal crew members adrift in a longboat in the middle of the Pacific. Our article in this issue deals with the events leading towards the infamous mutiny.
News & Editorial
- EDITORIAL – BOOM BABY BOOM! GROWING PHILATELY!
- P-STAMP HIGHLIGHTS
- THREE UNIQUE (P-STAMP) COVERS…
- GOVERNOR GENERAL TO OPEN EXPO
- AP’s RECENT BEST AND WORST
- A VANISHING GENRE – Part 6 of a series on Australian Decimal Postal
- History “Tourist Covers” - By Torsten Weller
- PRIVATE CONTRACT STAMP PRODUCTION IN VICTORIA – Part 1
- The First Postage Stamps - By Les Molnar
- JERRY BLAIRS POSTAL BID SALE 137 – Not strictly editorial but a great read…
- MID-RANGE ROOS WORTH THE BUCKSHOT - By Sean Lacy (Sorry Sean, it’s Lacey inside!)
- PLATE OR PRINTING FLAW DEBATE – The 3d Ash printing POSTAGI variety – By Michael Parr
- UNSUNG HERO: ROFFEY’S AMAZING JOURNEY – First Flight by Rocky lad – By Brian Peace
- THE GLAMOROUS MISS GRABLE – Pin-up gal to Allied troops - By Christopher Moor
- ROMMEL CATCHES WAVELL NAPPING – BRITS & AUSSIES FORCED TO RUN
- Oz & NZ in WWII Part 12 – By John Leah
- SOUTH-WEST AFRICA – THE GOLDEN YEARS - By Ashley Cotter-Cairns
- ASP P-STAMP ORDER FORM
- EDITOR’S REALMAIL & eMAIL BAG – Sorry, space was tight AGAIN!
- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS / SMALL DISPLAY ADS
- ASP SUBSCRIPTION APPLICATION FORM
- CLUB NOTICES, EVENTS
- ADVERTISING INDEX