Philatelic exhibits related to Animal and Human Evolution

This area of the Paleophilatelie website allows stamp collectors to share their philatelic exhibits, related to the topics of this website.
This allowс viewers to view exhibits that they might not be able to see otherwise.
Visitors are able to see these exhibits and be able to examine and learn from them and hopefully get energized and exhibit themselves.

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On February 24th, 2022 Russian army, with support of Belarus, invaded Ukraine territory and currently bombing peaceful cities and killing civilians all over the territory of Ukraine.
On March 3rd, 2022 the Federation of European Philatelic Associations (FEPA) and the International Philatelic Federation (Fédération Internationale de Philatélie - FIP) banned Russian and Belarussian philatelists from their stamp shows.
The FEPA statement is: "The Board’s recommendation to its Members is that they should not permit participation from Russia and Belarus of any kind in their philatelic events for the foreseeable future."
The FIP statement is: "The FIP Board ... recommend that the Organismg Commlttees of the FIP World Exhibitions in 2022, to seek the withdrawal of the participation of Russian and Belarusian exhibits ..."
For the full statements, please click here: FEPA, FIP.

Boycott Russia, support Ukraine We stay with Ukraine



Ammonites
(Ammoniten)
Prehistoric Marine Reptiles
(Praechistorische Meeresreptilien)
Pterosaurs (Flugsauriers) Dinosaurs in Europe
(Dinosaurier Funde in Europa)
Dinosaurs in China and Mongolia
(Dinosaurier Funde in China und Mongolei)
The Complete T rex
Ammoniten philatelic exhibit Marine Reptilie philatelic exhibit Pterosaurs philatelic exhibit Dinosaurs in Europe philatelic exhibit Dinosaurs in China and Mongolia philatelic exhibit The Complete Trex philatelic exhibit

Presentations provided by Mr. Rudolf Hofer, Switzerland, who is the technical editor of Paleontology section of "Arbeitsgemeinschaft Bergbau und Geowissenschaften e. V." community.
Language: German; Pterosaurs exhibit is partially translated by Admin

Author: Fran Adam, USA
Language: English
Paleontology Bringing Dinosaurs back to life Landmark Dinosaur Discoveries A Journey to the Time of Dinosaurs Animal Evolution
Paleontology, part of promotional presentation of Biophilately unit of ATA Dinosaurs back to Life philatelic exhibition Landmark Dinosaur Discoveries by Jon Noad A Journey to the Time of Dinosaurs "Animal evolution" is a philatelic thematic collection composed and organized by Giuseppe Morabito and donated to the Tasso and Postal History Museum
Presentation created by Michael Kogan (Admin of this site), Germany.
Language: English
Presentations provided by Jon Noad, Alberta, Canada, Language: English Presentations provided by Mrs. Romina Aimar, Argentina
Languages: English and Spanish
External exhibit (website)
Author: Giuseppe Morabito, Italy
Language: Italian
Honored by Vermeil medal on Italia-98 stamp show
Die Evolution des Menschen Neandertal Human Evolution The Human Adventure in Prehistory THE EVOLUTION OF PREHISTORIC MEN (The Hominines)
Die Evolution des Menschen Neandertal philatelic exhibit Human Evolution The Human Adventure in Prehistory philatelic exhibition Homo Evolution philatelic exhibition
Author: Peter Brandhuber, Germany Language: German Author: Fran Adams, USA Language: English Presentation provided by Fernando Muoz, Spain
Language: English
Presentation provided by Vincent Davis, France,
Language: French
Presentation provided by Dominique Robillard, France,
Language: English & French
Sinclair postmarks Oil and Dinosaurs Chocolate Dinosaurs and Meaty Mammals (open class)
Sinclair postmarks Oil and Dinosaurs philatelic exhibit Chocolate Dinosaurs and Meaty Mammals philatelic exhibit
Presentation provided by Fran Adams, USA,
Language: English
Presentation provided by Dominique Robillard, France,
Language: English & French
Presentation provided by Susan Jones, USA
Language: English Format: A3
Catch them if you can Evolve - A Beak at Evolution Dark Caves - Bright Visions Darwin and Evolution The African Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae
Catch them if you can philatelic exhibit Evolve - A Beak at Evolution  philatelic exhibit Dark Caves - Bright Visions philatelic exhibit Darwin and Evolution  philatelic exhibit The African Coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae philatelic exhibit
Presentation provided by Vera Radnell, Australia.
Language: English
Presentation provided by Vijay Wadhwa, India.
Language: English
Presentation provided by Fran Adams, USA,
Language: English
Presentation provided by Jos van den Bosch, Netherlands,
Language: German
Presentation provided by Susan Jones, USA
Language: English Format: A3



Presentations

Catalogue with philatelic artworks about the topic „Evolution of mankind and philately“, by Peter Brandhuber (PDF) Evolution of mankind and Philately, by Dr. John Hawks and Peter Brandhuber (PDF) Fossile Menschen, by Mr. Rudolf Hofer (PDF) Ammoniten/Ammonites, by Mr. Rudolf Hofer (PDF)
Catalogue with philatelic artworks about the topic Evolution of mankind and philately Evolution of mankind and Philately Fossile Menschen Ammonites
Mr. Peter Brandhuber collects stamps and philatelic material related to the topics „Paleoanthropology“, „Evolution of mankind“, „Stone tools“, „Cave and rock paintings“, „Charles Darwin“ and „Evolution“ for 30 years now. Meanwhile, he owns a very large collection covering these topics including a lot of artwork. The catalogue covers all artwork known that covers these topics. If you know another one feel free to contact Peter Brandhuber. Dr. John Hawk is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
On January 1st 2021 John Hawks began to publish every day a picture of famous human fossils illustrated by himself on his blog and twitter account. Peter Brandhuber discovered these absolute stunning and beautiful illustrations and had the idea to combine the beautiful images with philatelic materials like stamps or postal cancellations.
The presentation, in German, was created by Mr. Rudolf Hofer. It is about the Human Evolution and its representation in philately This presentation, in German, was created by Mr. Rudolf Hofer. It is about ammonites and their representation in philately.



Youth Philately: philatelic exhibits created by young philatelists

Vielfaeltiges Leben im Mittelalter der Erde (Diverse live in middle age of the earth) The World of Dinosaurs
Мир Динозавров
Diverse live in middle age of the Earth philatelic exhibit The World of Dinosaurs  philatelic exhibit
Presentation provided by Torben Spingler (16), Germany
Language: German
Presentation provided by Dmitij Matrenichev (14), Belarus
Language: Russian



One-page exhibits related to Paleontology and Paleoanthropology.

Vertebrate Paleontology, one page exhibity by Michael Kogan Dimorphodon, one page exhibity by Fran Adams First Neanderthal, one page exhibity by Fran Adams Piltdown Man, one page exhibity by Fran Adams
Vertebrate Paleontology, one-page exhibit by Michael Kogan (Admin of this site) Dimorphodon, one-page exhibit by Fran Adams First Neanderthal, one-page exhibit by Fran Adams Piltdown Man - Sir Arthur Keith perpetrator or victim? One-page exhibit by Fran Adams.



Posters with philatelic items related to Paleontology.

Brachiopods poster Cephalopods poster Philatelic posters for III Symposium on Brazilian Paleoinvertebrates Philatelic posters for X Brazilian Symposium of Vertebrates Paleontology Alfred Russel Wallace on Postage Stamps
Brachiopods in Philately (Poster)
Created by Dr. Giuseppe Buono
Cephalopods on stamps (Poster)
Created by Dr. A.V. Varttak
The posters above created by Prof. Dr. Antonio Carlos Sequeira Fernandes, Professor of National Museum of Brazil, Department of Geology and Paleontology. Alfred Russel Wallace on Postage Stamps (Poster)
Created by Prof. Indraneil Das, Professor at the University of Malaysia Sarawak



Some album pages with philatelic items related to Paleontology.

Art album for Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Animals album Art album for Fossils of Peru album



Acknowledgements:
Many thanks to Dr. Peter Voice from Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Western Michigan University, for his help to find an information and share scans of postmarks from his collection for this article, the draft page review and his valuable comments.