If you wish to enter an Exhibit at the show please download the following documents:
- Click here for the IREX
- Click here for the Application Form
- Click here for the Literature Form to go with the main Application Form
- Click here for Youth Application Form
Note: 28 Dec 2018 IREX re-published with minor wording changes to paragraphs 2.1 and 10.1, Class 1
Please note that these are Adobe pdf documents and some virus software may warn you that they may contain a virus.
- 30 June 2019 - Completed entry forms received
- 1 September 2019 - National Commissioners to be advised of acceptance or non-acceptance of entries
- 31 December 2019 - Literature entry forms deadline for submission
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.
8.1 The entry fee for five and eight-frame competitive classes will be GBP70 per frame.
8.2 The entry fee for the one-frame competitive class will be GBP90 per frame.
8.3 The entry fee in the Literature Class will be GBP25 per entry.
8.4 The entry fee for Youth Exhibits will be GBP25 per entry.
8.5 Entry fees are not refundable.
8.6 Invoices for Frame fees will be sent by the Commissioner General to National Commissioners with the list of accepted entries. Payment must be made within 30 days of the invoice being sent.
The exhibition has been granted FIP patronage .
There will be competitive classes in:
- 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. The precise judging schema for digital literature will be confirmed by 31 December 2019.
- Class 9 Open Philately
- Class 10 One Frame
10B Postal History
10C Postal Stationery
- Class 11 Modern
Exhibits in this 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.
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.
See Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Youth Exhibits at FIP Exhibitions on this link for further information.