Stand holders

You will find more information on each dealer by clicking on the ‘+’ symbol beside their name.

New Zealand Post Collectables
Responsible for design, marketing, production and distribution of postage stamps celebrating New Zealand’s taonga, culture, heritage, arts, stories and people. Additionally they also produce postage stamps for Niue, Tokelau and the Ross Dependency. Website:
Stand 1: Auckland Collectors Centre (Howard Mitchell)
Buying coins, medals, banknotes and bullion.
Stand 2: Chungwha Post/Taipei 2023
Stand 3: NZ2023 Sales / Society table
Stand 4: Palestine Post
PalPost, or the Palestinian postal service, is Palestine’s national postal service provider. Established in 1840, it offers a range of postal services, including letter and package delivery, financial services, and philatelic products. PalPost is an observer member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).”
Stand 5: Burstamp (Australia)
Burstamp supplies quality stamps of Australia and States, New Guinea, Papua and broadly from the British Commonwealth. They focus on early New Guinea and Papua and the difficult Australian Postage Due issues. They produce regular postal bid sales and participate in major stamp fairs around Australia. Website:
Stand 6: Eccles Stamps & Coins/Peter Eccles
John Eccles, Wellington. We buy and sell stamps, coins, foreign currency, postcards, medals, militaria, gold and silver. Website
Peter Eccles, Auckland. Numismatic dealer since 1966. We buy and sell banknotes, coins, postcards, medal and tokens. Website
Stand 7: Auckland Numismatic Society
Monthly meetings second Wednesday at 7:30pm (except Jan) Discovery 4, MoTAT.
Contact 09 422 3525 OR 09 846 7463. Website Auckland Numismatic Society.
Stand 8: Classic Stamps Ltd
Specialists in New Zealand and Antarctic stamps and postal history. Website:
Stand 9: Philatelic Distributors Ltd
New Zealand agent for Lighthouse, Hagner, Hawid and Stanley Gibbons. Stamp dealers. Website:
Stand 10: Auckland City Stamps Ltd
Auckland City Stamps is a leading New Zealand dealer and auctioneer in the sale and purchase of stamps, postal history, postcards and philatelic literature by public auction, postal auction, direct sale, private treaty and outright purchase. They make regular buying trips around New Zealand and can also make special trips to view large, unusual or estate lots. Website:
Stand 11: Campbell Paterson
New Zealand stamp dealers and catalogue publishers Campbell Paterson specialise in obtaining the more scarce variations and interesting varieties and errors which arise from time to time in the modern stamps of any country. Website:
Stand 12: Mowbray Collectables
Mowbray Collectables is New Zealand’s largest philatelic and numismatic auction house. Postal stamp auctions are held monthly, with sale catalogues mailed out to about 3,500 customers world-wide. Typically they hold major public auctions of stamps and coins/banknotes/medals twice each year, as well as an annual Direct Sale fixed price list of stamp items. Website:
Stand 13: John Mowbray International
The company’s mailing list now totals over 5,000 customers with more than 50% of these being resident in countries outside New Zealand. Widespread use of email and internet makes it easy to deal on a truly international basis with each customer, no matter where. Attendance at international stamp and coin shows is important to the company’s continued long term growth. They are opportunities to increase their customer base, sell material and, just as importantly, source items for their postal auction sales. Website:
Stand 14: D Morrison Ltd (UK) and Compustamp (USA)
Specialising in British Commonwealth pre-1950 postal history, shipwreck covers, train crash mail and unusual postal Incidents (such as mail robberies). Website: CompuStamps has been in business since 1996 offering fine quality postal history items on their website and at 12 or more national and international stamp shows around the world every year. Website:
Stand 15: Abacus Auctions (Australia)
A Melbourne-based auction house offering their clients a wide variety of stamps, postal history, picture postcards, coins, banknotes, militaria, sporting memorabilia and associated collectables such as documents, maps and ephemera through regular Public Auctions. Website:
Stand 16: Shields Stamps and Coins (Australia)
Extensive stock of stamps, postal history, and world rarities, especially Australia, Australian States, New Zealand, New Guinea, Papua, Pacific, Great Britain, and British Empire. Thematics include Antarctic, birds, Scouts, Rotary, golf and much more. Specialised Australia, Kangaroos, KGV, Pre-decimal and errors.
Stand 17: Ian Perry (UK)
Australia and states, New Zealand, Canada specialised plus public monthly auctions (abc stamp auctions) in Wolverhampton and Bedford. Email:
Stand 18:APF/Melbourne 2025
” The APF promotes philately within Australia and acts as the national voice and coordinating body for organised philately in Australia. It represents the interests of organised philately within Australia and to international philatelic federations and other philatelic bodies. Website
Melbourne 2025 will be an FIAP International Stamp Exhibition held in Melbourne in the later part of 2025. Website:
Stand 19: Pulsar Stamps & Collectables
Stand 20: John & Jan Fitzpatrick
Postal history strong in New Zealand and Australasian area. New Zealand and Commonwealth stamps. Email:
Stand 21: India Post
Stand 22: NZ Philatelic Brokers Ltd
Specialises in New Zealand stamps and postal history plus destination mail from around the world. Also postcards, postmarks and other related items. Our website lists over 100,000 items at any time. Website:
Stand 23: Alan S Craig
Specialist in New Zealand stock. Dealer in Classic stamps of the world.material
Stand 24 and 25: William Carson
Worldwide with an emphasis on British Commonwealth – especially New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Website:
Stand 26: Zirinsky Stamps (USA)
Specialises in stamps, revenues (including railway and parcel stamps), Cinderellas and postal history from Australia, New Zealand, Pacific (including US and French Territories), Caribbean, Africa, other British Empire/ Commonwealth Countries as well as German Colonies. Website:
Stand 27: Ashford Stamps Ltd
New Zealand and Worldwide. Free postal auction catalogues and direct sale lists. Handle sales of large stamp collections and exhibits. Website:
Stand 28: New Zealand Philatelic Federation
Members of the New Zealand Philatelic Federation (Federation) are stamp and postcard societies and clubs from around New Zealand and includes a society based in Great Britain. Federation represents its members and their hobby to others: Website:
Stand 29: Brebner Print
Brebner Print, a New Zealand based security printer, has a proud history of producing excellent quality printed products. The recent purchase of Southern Colour Print has added to our range of services. We run to ISO 14298 standards, an internationally recognised security certification. The security system is independently audited to ensure clients work is always secure. Website
NZ2023 Information desk
If you are at the exhibition and have any queries about the show – programme of activities, location of displays, etc. – please ask at the desk. They will do their best to answer your questions or will locate someone who can.

Operating from 10:00am to 4:00pm Thursday to Saturday and to 3:00pm on Sunday the cafeteria will be offering a range of food and drink providing a welcome break from your other activities at the show.

Patrons lounge
This area is available only to patrons.