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ANALYSIS OF THE FIP REVENUE EXHIBITS 1988-2009 FIP Revenue Commission Meeting London 2010 Jukka Mäkinen Bureau Member of the Commission

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1 ANALYSIS OF THE FIP REVENUE EXHIBITS FIP Revenue Commission Meeting London 2010 Jukka Mäkinen Bureau Member of the Commission

2 A comprehensive list of all revenue exhibits shown in the FIP Exhibitions with their results (awards and points) Constantly updated in the future London 2010 will be the next to be added CURRENTLY, THIS LIST INCLUDES: 31 FIP Exhibitions from Finlandia 1988 to China results of 201 exhibitors with 254 exhibits representing 53 FIP Countries CLICK: > exhibiting > FIP EXHIBITION RESULTS

3 Great Britain Akerman, Geoffrey Clive Argentina, Revenues Finlandia 88 (special class) V India 89 (experimental class) V New Zealand 1990 (experimental class) V Granada 1992 (experimental class) 90 G Brasiliana G Revenue Stamps of Brazil Philakorea-94 LV Capex G Latin American Revenues printed abroad España V St. Petersburg V The Revenue Stamps of Peru China LV INFORMATION ON THE LIST Countries in alphabetical order Exhibitors of each country in alphabetical order Participations of each exhibitor in chronological order Many exhibitors have several exhibits; all of them are included Awards with points and possible special prices / felicitations An example:

4 FOR NOTICING: In the very beginning, there was neither rules no evaluation in points, only medails were given (Finlandia 88, India 89, New Zealand 90) Not every FIP Exhibition had a Revenue Class The limits of the Revenue Class were first unclear or sliding: for example (postal) railway and telegraph stamps and telegrams were shown In some cases that kind of non-fiscal exhibit were transferred to another classes, sometimes not (transfers are hard to clear as Palmares lists are not uniform) When evaluated as revenue exhibit, an exhibit is included in the list, when not, it is excluded

5 ALSO FOR NOTICING: A single exhibit can have been shown under different titles; all these title varieties are mentioned on the list, although the exhibit is counted only once Revenue literature (shown in literature class) is excluded The list doesnt include Continental Exhibitions of FEPA, FIAF and FIAP – they are another project! As the list has been constructed from many many different sources, errors and gaps are possible – please send alla your corrections and observations to:

6 NUMBER OF REVENUE EXHIBITORS TEN LEADING COUNTRIES TOTAL NUMBER OF EXHIBITORS: 201

7 NUMBER OF REVENUE EXHIBITS TEN LEADING COUNTRIES TOTAL NUMBER OF EXHIBITS: 254

8 NUMBER OF PARTICIPATIONS IN FIP REVENUE CLASS TEN LEADING COUNTRIES TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPATIONS: 584

9 FIP-COUNTRIES WHICH DOESNT HAVE ANY REVENUE EXHIBIT (IN FIP-LEVEL) Armenia Austria Bahrain Belarus Brunei Bulgaria Congo Croatia Cyprus Czech Republik Ecuador Georgia Guatemala Honduras Iceland Iran Ireland Israel Kuwait Liechtenstein Luxemburg Macau Malta Mexico Mongolia Montenegro Nigeria Pakistan Qatar RPD Corée Russia Slovakia Slovenia Switzerland Turkey UAE Uruguay Vietnam Totally 38 out of the 91 FIP-countries (=42%)

10 NUMBER OF PARTICIPATIONS PER EXHIBITOR 48 % OF THE EXHIBITORS HAVE SHOWN ONLY ONCE

11 NUMBER OF REVENUE EXHIBITS PER EXHIBITION Finlandia-88 WIPA 2000 Australia-99 Washington-06 Brasiliana-93 Moscow-97 SIZE OF REVENUE CLASS HAS VARIED FROM 4 TO 34 EXHIBITS

12 DEVELOPMENT OF AVERAGE POINTS FROM 1988 TO 2009 Finlandia 1988 Bangkok 1993 Capex 1996 Stamp Show 2000 Philanippon 2001 St. Petersburg 2007 China ,38 84,50 87,29 82,27 88,45 89,36 82,55 AVERAGE OF POINTS HAS VARIED FROM 75,38 (LS) TO 89,36 (LV)

13 MEDAILS AWARDED TO REVENUE EXHIBITS THE MEDIAN LIES IN LARGE VERMEIL (27,2 % OF THE AWARDS)

14 CONCLUSION In the future, FIP Revenue Commission as well as all us revenue collectors should draw our attention to: 1) Ensure that Revenue Classes of the future FIP Exhibitions are wide enough 2) Activate those FIP Countries who are not active in fiscal philately 3) Encourage one-time exhibitors not to stop but continue exhibiting THANK YOU! And remember visit:


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