In the presence of Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of Sharjah Media Council, the 9th edition of the Sharjah Stamp Exhibition will launch on Tuesday morning at Mega Mall Sharjah. The exhibition, which will be organized by the Emirates Philatelic Association in cooperation with Mega Mall Sharjah during November 13-17, will feature 120 platforms and the participation of stamp and coin dealers and exhibitors from 17 countries. It will also feature an auction for several rare postage stamps and currencies, which are expected to attract serious hobbyists in the region, as well as many other events aimed at the general public.
Palestine Post will be the guest of honour at the Sharjah Stamp Exhibition, which is its first participation in the event. A group of International arbitrators and coordinators from Indonesia and Singapore will also participate for the first time. These first-time participations help to highlight the prestigious status occupied by the exhibition, and its continuous expansion in terms of the number of participating exhibitors, which makes it one of the most prominent regional exhibitions for stamps and currencies.
Abdullah Khoury, President of the Emirates Philatelic Association, said: “We welcome all participants, enthusiasts and visitors to the new edition of the Sharjah Stamp Exhibition, which will include a variety of rare and valuable products that offer enthusiasts the chance to add more stamps and currencies to their collections, and the opportunity to communicate and share skills with each other, as well as offer members of the community the chance to begin a new hobby that highlights important facets of culture and history.”
Mohammed Sorour, Marketing Manager of Mega Mall, stressed that the Mega Mall team has completed their preparations to host the Sharjah Stamp Exhibition, which will represent an additional point of attraction for visitors of the mall, especially by enthusiasts and foreign tourists. He stated that the facilities for both exhibitors and visitors will contribute in attracting a large crowd of people that look forward to discovering rare and valuable stamps and currencies.
In addition to providing the opportunity to buy stamps, postcards, envelopes, and paper and coin currencies, the exhibition will also include the participation of 3 international and Arab currency grading companies, which include PMG (Paper Money Guaranty), PCGS Currency, and DIM (Dinar Islamic Museum), the first Arab company to evaluate paper currencies.Email This Post