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Club Meetings

A ‘rebus’ puzzle on a leather postcard. Postmarked 1907.

Now on Zoom. It’s been great to connect with our Canada-wide membership.  We enjoy presentations and ‘show-and-tell’ sessions just like when we met in person.  We usually ‘Zoom’ on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 2:00pm Toronto time.

Want to know about membership in the TPC  including our 3 times a year  24 page ‘magazine’ of stories about vintage postcards ‘CARD TALK’. Have a look here.




Nov. 2022 presentation ‘CHINESE RESTAURANTS  in Postcards’ by TPC Member #1187 Kyle Jolliffe  now available to view on YouTube!


May 28th, 2023 2:00pm- ‘Advertising Postcards’ Whether older or newer, with an ad message or visual or both, we want to see what you have in your collection. Scan your card and share it with us in our ZOOM meeting.



June 25th, 2023 2:00pm- A presentation by the ‘Toronto Model Railroad Club’   Founded in 1938, their ‘Central Ontario Railway’ layout is impressive and innovative.  Using  postcards and other media, TMRC members will introduce us to their club and the ‘COR’ in a ZOOM presentation by some of their members.



We take a break in July & August but will be back in September. 

Sept. 10th, 2023 2:00pm- ‘Show and Tell’.  A sharing meeting on ZOOM of the latest and greatest acquisitions to your collection. 


Oct. 15th, 2023 2:00pm – Summer Exhibitions and Fall Fairs.   As the seasons change, a look at outdoor pastimes that entertained then and now. What’s in your postcard collection to illustrate this theme?  Show us a scan and tell us the story!


Nov. 19th, 2023 2:00pm – The postcards of Ottmar Zieher, a presentation about this early German postcard publisher known for the stamp illustrations of countries throughout the world on postcards. TPC Member and accomplished philatelist David McLaughlin will relate all that he has discovered about these postcard gems.

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