The 2014 66th Annual Czech Days design created by Josie Pechous of Tabor, SD which will appear on a special stamped Cachet Envelope designed by Sandy Sykora, may be purchased from the Post Office by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope (SASE) #10 size and $2.00 for each cancellation wanted to: Tabor Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 21, Tabor, SD 57063. Make checks out to Tabor Chamber.
Visit our web site at: www.taborczechdays.com or visit us on Face Book at: www.facebook.com/TaborCzechDays .
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FYI. In looking for dealers of Czechoslovak material, I lucked into
the following. Jack Ott is a local dealer who also organizes shows.
His largest show is held at the Elks Club in Fairfax, VA. This
weekend (9/07-9/08) was one of Jack’s shows; two dealers there has a
lot of Czechoslovak material:
1) Michael Schweitzer, P.O. Box 361064, Indianapolis, Indiana
46236—2 large red boxes labeled Czechoslovakia including the First
Republic, and a selection of wartime Slovakia and Bohemia and
Moravia—no covers. email@example.com and
2) The Russian expatriate who’s company is “Admirer of Stamps” 49
Trafalgar Sq., Lynbrook, NY 11563
516-561-2292. firstname.lastname@example.org eBay store: Admirer of
Stamps. Large selection of stamps including the First Republic and
souvenir sheets and other “stuff” in stock books. Very few covers. In
the past, Rich P. has bought from him.
I’ve seen him at other local shows and he adds slowing to his
Czechoslovak inventory; His ad mentions Czechoslovakia, Poland,
Hungary, Germany, Russia, etc.
(The SCP does not endorse nor has been paid for this information)