What is presented is essentially a complete list of the contents of Jugopošta from Issue Number 1 of September 1984 to Issue Number 117 of March 2016.
Saturday 3rd August 2019
A gathering of five specialist societies (Austrian, Czechoslovak, Hungarian, Polish and Yugoslav societies)
On the first floor of the Latvian Club, 5 Clifton Villas, Bradford, BD8 7BY
Full details from Yvonne Wheatley (booking essential)
Yugoslavia Study Group
will be holding a meeting at
Saturday 14th September 2019
(10:00 – 12:00 Room F)
Business Design Centre, Islington, London N1 0QHYou are invited to bring two frames of material (10 – 12 sheets per frame). Please note that the Stampex handbook you are given at the entrance does not list our meeting but it is definitely on!
Here we include a small selection of links to useful resources and relevant societies and organisations. Inclusion of a link should not be interpreted as an endorsement but we hope that these will be useful for our members and others interested in philately of former Yugoslavian territories.
ArGe-YU is one of Germany’s largest and most strongly growing philatelic organizations. It was founded in 1975 in the Rhineland and in 2015 celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Congratulations to our members for the following awards:
- Large Vermeil at Prague (Praga 2008) (Austrian Military Mail 1500-1914)
- Gold at Vienna (WIPA 2008) (The Austrian Lloyd’s Postal Agencies).
- Gold at Portugal 2010 (Postal Rates and Frankings of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina 1918-21)
- Gold at Chur 2011 (Field Postcards of Serbia 1873-1918)
- Vermeil at Philanippon 2011 (Slovenia in Postal History 1812-1928)
- Vermeil at Italia 2009 (Serbia in Exile 1916-18)
- Gold at Rossica 2014 (for his book Silent Witnesses � Serbia and the Allies in World War 1)
And finally …
Jugopošta itself was awarded:
- Silver at Croydon 2007
- Large Silver at the 2013 New Zealand National Philatelic Literature Exhibition
We apologise if we have missed any individual or award. We invite members to advise the YSG of any awards received whether at local, county, regional, national or international level because awards are a credit both to the person and to the YSG itself.
|JP 1 – 70 complete as PDF files on CD, excluding monographs||£20 + £1 p/p||25 Euro + 2 Euro p/p||$US30 + $3 p/p|
|JP 71 – 100 complete as PDF files on CD, excluding monographs||£20 + £1 p/p||25 Euro + 2 Euro p/p||$US30 + $3 p/p|
|JP 101 – 128 per edition as emailed PDF files, excluding monographs||£3||Min order 10 Euro for 3 editions||Min order $US10 for 3 editions|
|The Postal History of Sremska Mitrovica (printed only)||£10||£15 or 20 Euro||£17 or $US30|
Printed: UK £16, Europe £17 (or 20 Euros), rest of the world £18 (or $US 25).
CD: £7, Europe £8 (or 10 Euros), rest of world £10 (or $US 13).
- Montenegro Postal History (JP57A) Sold out. Replaced by 2nd edition (JP108)
- Catalogue of the Perfins of Yugoslavia (JP75)
- The Postal Rates of the Yugoslav Territories [2nd Edition] (JP70A) CD only
- Banat and Backa (JP77)
- Srem Postal History To Late 1944 (JP81) Download sample pages
- The Postal Rates of The Independent State of Croatia 1941-1945 (JP85)
- The Postal Rates of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1878-1918(JP90)
- Indeficienter (The Story of Fiume to 1918) (JP94) CD only
- Croatia/SHS: Independence Issue of 29 October 1918 (JP98)
- The History and Feldpost of the Croat Legions in the German Army in WWII (JP103)
- Montenegro Postal History [2nd Edition] (JP108)
- A Short Guide to the Slovenian Regular Stamps of 1919 and 1920 (JP119)
- The Postal History of the Serbian Nation in Exile 1915-1919 (JP124)
- Slovene Stamps 1919 – 20, mixed frankings (JP128)
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Our quarterly A4-sized Journal, Jugopošta, is published in March, June, September and December. Each issue is produced on paper covering a variety of subjects and is distributed free to members. However, in some years where suitable material is available, we will produce a single-subject monograph to replace one of those issues. In that event, the monograph will be published on CD (at no extra cost to members) on paper (at an extra cost).
Members will be informed before annual subscriptions become due of the intention to publish a monograph in the forthcoming year.
Back-copies of Jugopošta and monographs are available. See ‘Literature’ for more details.
An index of articles published in Jugopošta, up to and including Number 86, can be downloaded from here.
Jugopošta was awarded Silver at the Croydon 2007 national exhibition.
Jugopošta is sent by surface mail to overseas, non-Europe based members unless additional funds are received for airmail postage (minimum £6). Payment may be made by sterling cheques drawn on a UK bank (made payable to Yugoslavia Study Group), by PayPal or in cash.
All information and articles within Jugopošta are the copyright of the Yugoslavia Study Group and contributors and may not be copied or otherwise reproduced without prior written permission.
|Membership||Annual subscription (including monograph on CD)||With additional charge for paper copy of the monograph|
|Rest of the world (surface mail||£17||£22|
|Rest of the world (airmail)||£22||£27|
Payment may be made by sterling cheque drawn on a UK bank (made payable to Yugoslavia Study Group), by PayPal or in cash (Sterling, Euros or US$).
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- To join the Yugoslavia Study Group or to order publications, please contact David Foster, our Membership Secretary / Treasurer, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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