The exhibition has been granted FIP patronage .
- Class 1 Championship
For exhibits that have been awarded at least one large gold medal at exhibitions with FIP patronage or an FIP Grand Prix (Grand Prix National, Grand Prix d'Honneur or Grand Prix d'Exposition). The ten-year time frame restriction stated in GREX 9.1 or GREX 9.5 does not apply in this class.
- Class 2 Postal History
2A Postal History
2C Historical, Social and Special Studies (Postal History 2C)
- Class 3 Traditional Philately
- Class 4 Aerophilately
- Class 5 Revenue
- Class 6 Postal Stationery
- Class 7 Thematic Philately
- Class 8 Philatelic Literature
An information form will need to be provided for each literature exhibit.
8A Printed Literature: philatelic handbooks, catalogues and periodicals.
8B Digital Literature: digital books, websites and software.
- Class 9 Open Philately
- Class 10 One Frame
10B Postal History
10C Postal Stationery
- Class 11 Modern
11B Postal History
11C Postal Stationery
- Class 12 Picture Postcards
- Class 13 Youth Philately
All ages as on 1 January 2020:
13A Collectors aged up to 15 years
13B Collectors aged 16 - 18 years
13C Collectors aged 19 - 21 years.
As previously announced, the exhibition will be held in two halves. It has now been finalised:
- The first half (Saturday 2 May to Tuesday 5 May) will include Postal History, Revenue, Open, Picture Postcards, Postal Stationery, Modern and part of Youth.
- The second half (Wednesday 6 May to Saturday 9 May) will have Championship, Traditional, Aerophilately, Thematic and the rest of Youth.
- One Frame exhibits will be shown alongside their parent class.
All National Commissioners received notification of the entries which the Organising Committee wish to accept several weeks ago. Most, but not all, have replied confirming whether the individuals wish to take part. Inevitably several exhibitors have decided that they wish to withdraw, so there will be some further offers made once all responses have been received. As the exhibition was so heavily oversubscribed, I’m afraid there were many applicants who have been disappointed. In the end, approximately two-thirds of applications were accepted. We tried very hard to ensure that the same percentage of frames was accepted from each country and across each class.
Please direct any enquires to your National Commissioner rather than directly to the central team.
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Traditional Philately
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Postal History
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Postal Stationery
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Aerophilately
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Astrophilately
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Revenues
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Thematic Philately
- FIP SREV and Guidelines for Maximaphily
- FIP SREV for Youth Philately
- FEPA Special Regulations for Philatelic Literature
Click here for Digital Literature scoring information
- FIP Special Regulations for Picture Postcards
- FIP Guidelines for Open Philately
- FIP Guidelines for One Frame exhibits
- FIP Guidelines for Modern Philately
Exhibits in the Modern class should predominantly contain material that has been issued in the 20 years prior to the exhibition, i.e. 2000. Acceptance will be based on the recommendation of National Commissioners and the discretion of the London 2020 Organising Committee. The 20 year will not be rigidly enforced. If the majority of the material falls inside the 20 year period, it can be shown as a Modern Philately exhibit. As an example of the flexibility that can be accommodated, a long-running definitive series with a time span that covers both before and after 2000 may be included if the majority of the material included is post-2000.