H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden has graciously agreed be the Patron of STOCKHOLMIA 2019 when it takes place in Stockholm from 29 May to 2 June 2019.
STOCKHOLMIA 2019 has been granted a substantial financial contribution from Count Gustaf Douglas FRPSL, who is today’s leading philatelist in Sweden. He was internationally recognised in 2013 when he presented the only known example of the Three Skilling Banco Yellow Postage Stamp, one of the rarest in the world, as part of his “Golden Collection of Swedish Philately”. Gustaf Douglas will be the ‘Philatelic Head Patron’ of the exhibition.
“The 31st October 2013, the day I gave my comprehensive display to Fellows and Members of the Royal Philatelic Society London, was the greatest day in my 50 years’ of life with philately as my hobby. The Display was later recognised with the 'Tilleard Medal' by the Society. Contributing to STOCKHOLMIA is my way of showing appreciation to The Royal Philatelic Society London for giving me this most memorable day in my philatelic life.”
Gustaf Douglas FRPSL
The exhibition will be a further milestone in recognising the international reach of the Royal Philatelic Society London. The Society, its officers and its overseas representatives undertake to promote and publicise the exhibition. Any financial profit from STOCKHOLMIA 2019 will be solely for the benefit of the Royal Philatelic Society London.
We would like to make it easy for all Fellows and Members around the world to participate. It is your support that will help make this exhibition possible.
Every contribution is valuable. We have a variety of options to enable you to support and become part of this significant event.
All donors will be recognized unless anonymity is requested. Donations may be given either as a private donation or a company donation. Further to the status as this is a donation, no VAT is included, the donation is a net amount donation. Payment may either be made with a PayPal transfer to our PayPal account: email@example.com or by bank draft to one of our bank accounts.
|DONATION LEVEL - CURRENCY||SEK||GBP||EUR||USD|
|Supporter||500 - 4,999||40 - 449||50 - 549||60 - 649|
|Leadership Patron||≥ 50,000||≥ 4,500||≥ 5,500||≥ 6,500|
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For bank draft please use the following account depending on currency:
Bank name: HANDELSBANKEN
Account Name: WORLD PHILATELIC EXHIBITION 2019 AB
IBAN: SE32 6000 0000 0000 5129 1819
IBAN: SE63 6000 0000 0000 5129 1649
IBAN: SE66 6000 0000 0000 5129 1789
|DONATION LEVEL||SUPPORTER||PATRON||GOLD PATRON||LEADERSHIP PATRON|
|Newsletter Subscription (e-mail)||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Special Listing on the Website||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Special Listing in the Exhibition Catalogue||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Special Listing in the Palmarès||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Frame Honour Plate||YES||YES||YES||YES|
The STOCKHOLMIA CLUB will be an informal network in which we as organisers of the exhibition will assemble stakeholders to the exhibition. Stakeholders to the exhibition will be invited to participate in this network before, during and after the exhibition.
All Patrons, Gold Patrons and Leadership Patrons will be invited to join the Stockholmia Club for free. It is also possible to become a member of the STOCKHOLMIA CLUB at the venue for a membership fee of SEK 5,000.
|MEMBER||PATRON||GOLD PATRON||LEADERSHIP PATRON|
|Invitation to membership of the STOCKHOLMIA CLUB||1||1||1||1|
|STOCKHOLMIA CLUB Membership Card||1||1||1||2|
|Reserved Seat to the Opening Ceremony||1||1||2||4|
|Express Pass to STOCKHOLMIA "Court of Honour"||1||1||2||4|
|Invitation to the STOCKHOLMIA CLUB LOUNGE
(a private lounge area located at the 5th floor at
WATERFRONT CONGRESS CENTRE)
|Invitation to STOCKHOLMIA Official Receptions pre-exhibition||1||2||4|
|Invitation to the STOCKHOLMIA CLUB Dinner||1||2|
|Invitation to the STOCKHOLMIA BANQUET||2|
|Reserved Seat at all Official Meetings/Ceremonies||2|
|Leadership Banner Presented in the Entrance Hall||YES|
Beckeman, Anna-Lisa & Sven Eric
Gough, James Peter
Brockenhuus von Löwenhielm, Hasse
Gibson-Smith, Ian C
Quinby, Roger P.
Wynns, John P.