Who are we?
The Perfin Society was formed in the UK in 1957 and currently has around 300 members all over the world.
History of the Society (pdf file)
The Society welcomes collectors of perfins or other security endorsements of all countries.
The Society publishes a Bulletin every 2 months, runs regular auctions of worldwide perfins and other security endorsements, holds regular meetings, publishes catalogues and maintains an extensive library.
We aim to record all perfins on GB stamps, their period of
use and identity of the user. We liaise with other Societies
with similar interests throughout the world. Visit our Classification page for more information on how we catalogue perfins.
Follow the contents links on the left of this
page for more information on our activities.
List of the Society committee
NEW ELECTRONIC PUBLICATION
Ian Hamill and Roy Gault's new catalogue Great British Perfins found on King George V Seahorses 1913-1939 is now available free to members.