Term for the National Stamp Exhibition We Will Immerse 2021
Regulations for the NetBul 2021 national stamp Exhibition
Purpose of the Exhibition
The Exhibition is organized by the Israeli Philatelic Federation (IPF) in accordance with the General Regulations for Exhibitions of the International Philatelic Federation (FIP). NetBul 2021 is managed and run by an Organizing Committee, which was elected by the board of the IPF. The Exhibition will be held from March 1st through March 31st, 2021.
- The General Regulations of the FIP for Exhibitions (GREX).
- The General Regulations of the FIP for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at FIP Exhibitions (GREV).
- The Special Regulations for the Evaluation of Competitive Exhibits at FIP Exhibitions (SREVs).
Conditions of Participation
- Traditional Philately
- Postal History
- Postal Stationery
- Thematic Philately
- Modern Philately (1980 to date)
- One Frame Exhibits
Page Size and Allotment of Frames
- All exhibitors are required to submit to the Organizing Committee scans of their exhibit pages in a JPG format using a resolution of at least 300 dpi.
- Each frame will consist of 16 A4 pages, or 8 A3 pages or 12 pages not exceeding 30×30 centimeters.
- The exhibit pages will be either white or light colored.
- The exhibit will be written in Hebrew or in an official FIP language (i.e., English, French, German, Russian or Spanish).
- Exhibitions included in classes 2-11 will consist of 3, 4 or 5 frames. Exhibitions included in class 12 will consist of 1 frame only.
- Non-Competitive exhibitions (class 1) may be of any size, pending the approval of the Organizing Committee, which shall be made at its sole discretion.
Application and Acceptance
- Exhibitors are required to fill an application from and send them to the Commissioner General by February 1st, 2021. The application form must be accompanied by a scan of the introductory page (in JPG format using a resolution of at least 300 dpi).
- The Organizing Committee will decide at its sole discretion whether to accept the application or reject it.
- The decision of the Organizing Committee will be given to the applicants no later than February 7th, 2021.
- The exhibitor whose application was successful will submit to the Commissioner General scans of the exhibit pages no later than February 15th, 2021.
- Exhibitors are required to pay the entry fee no later than February 28th, 2021.
The Undertaking of the Exhibitor
- By signing the application form the exhibitor reaffirms that he read the Regulations on NetBul 2021 and accepts then.
- By signing the application form the exhibitor confirms that he owns all the items included in his exhibit and that they are in his possession.
- By signing the application form the exhibitor declares that the scans he provided fully reflect the exhibit pages, and in particular the condition of the philatelic items, and that he did not use any software to manipulate the condition or size of the items included in the exhibit.
Inspection of Exhibit pages
- The Commissioner General may at his sole discretion oblige any exhibitor to physically produce the exhibition to him for inspection at any time up until 30 days from the closing of the Exhibition. Such inspection will be limited only to the extent of agreement between the scans provided and the actual exhibit pages.
- Notwithstanding section 11(i) above, such an inspection will be mandatory for all exhibits that have scored high enough to be eligible for the first time for international exhibitions.
- Should such an inspection reveal a disagreement between the actual exhibit pages and the scans provided, or in case the exhibitor failed to produce the exhibit to the Commissioner General within the allocated time frame, the Organizing Committee shall be entitled to disqualify the results of the Jury with regard to that exhibit.