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19 Feb 2018
Our new home is the Waverley Masonic Centre. Venue details and card fair dates are on the attached flyer.
10 Oct 2017
The October card fair will be held next Sunday October15 at the Moorabbin Masonic Hall
18 Jan 2017
Our card fair dates for 2017 are:
Sunday 12 February
Sunday 7 May
Sunday 16 July
Sunday 15 October
Sunday 10 December
The venue is still the Moorabbin Masonic Hall, corner of
Rowans Road and Isabella Street...
10 Oct 2016
Our next card fair will be held this Sunday, October 16 at
the Moorabbin Masonic Hall, corner of Rowans Road and
Isabella Street Moorabin. Doors open at 9.30am
12 Jul 2016
Our next card fair will be held this Sunday at the Moorabbin
Masonic Hall, corner Rowans Road and Isabella Street
Doors open at 9.30am
6 Jan 2016
Our cards fairs in 2016 will be held on:
October 16 and
The venue will be the Moorabbin Masonic Hall, corner of
Rowans Road and Isabella Street Moorabbin. Melway...
8 Sep 2015
Our next card fair will be held on Sunday October 18 at the
Moorabbin Masonic Hall, corner of Isabella Street and Rowans
As usual the hall will be jam packed with...
6 Jul 2015
Australian Cartophilic Society - July 2015 Card Fair
29 Apr 2015
ACS Card Fair - 3 May 2015
15 Nov 2014
The card fair dates for 2015 have been decided.
10 Oct 2017
Our next card fair will be held on Sunday October 15
14 Nov 2014
Our last card fair for 2014 will be held on Sunday December 7 at Moorabbin Masonic Hall.
14 Feb 2014
As a dedicated cricket card nut this favourite set is, to me, not only attractive but also offers a certain amount of intrigue. Whereas cricketers on cards appear as portraits, head-and-shoulders or in realistic, but rather static, full length poses, here in 1906 was Sniders & Abrahams issuing cards with a wonderful painterly and illustrative quality.
12 Feb 2014
In 1933 the Argus newspaper company established the Star Newspaper as an afternoon tabloid to compete with the Melbourne Herald. Due to a lack of competitiveness with the Herald it was withdrawn from publication in 1936. During its short life, the Star Newspaper produced a set of football badges.