‘Qui Filatelia’ has published its 100th issue.

Published on Author Bill Hedley

At the Veronaphil in November 2019 the Federazione Italiana fra le Società Filateliche (FSFI) celebrated its 100th birthday. Now another “100” event has taken place in spite of Covid-19: Qui Filatelia, the Federation magazine, has reached its 100th issue.

Over the years the magazine has received high appreciation because of the appeal and variety of its contents as well as its graphic layout. Bruno Crevato-Selvaggi,
editor-in-chief since its launch in June 1995, has succeeded in putting together the
magazine despite the difficult conditions in the country caused by COVID. Issue #99 was only made available digitally, as Government provisions did not allow printing operations at the time.

Among the features in issue #100 is Giancarlo Morolli’s story of thematic philately over five decades, from the fifties to the end of his mandate as Chairman of the FIP Thematic Commission in 2004. Issues 1-96 and 99 are all available for browsing at:


Issue 100 will be made freely available later as the FSFI ground rule is to upload the content one year after publication.