(Bill Atmore Remembered by Steve Jarvis & Paul Wright, BWISC Bulletin March 2004)
Bill Atmore has died at the tragically young age of 39. He was a serious student of Jamaican philately and his knowledge and wisdom will be sorely missed. We first met Bill, introduced by Mike Hamilton, at one of the many Jamaica sales held at Cavendish in the 1990s.
Steve recalls: I was immediately impressed with his single minded approach to acquisitions. Not for him the accumulation of run of the mill stamps or covers, they all had to be top notch and have significant visual impact, estimates were ignored, he knew what he wanted, knew top items would always resell and was a heavy-
From that time the three of us were in regular touch by e-
Paul has similar memories of his style: In his collecting approach I would single out his self-
Our thoughts are with his wife Jackie and their young daughter Evelyn at this time.
|Link||Journal||Jan 2000 to
|Land of Wood and Water||4 issues produced containing various articles.|
|Link||Paper||2001||Single Ring Marking Census & Rarity|
|Link||Paper||2001||Squared Circle Marking Census & Rarity|
|BCPSG||Articles contributed to their Journal|
|Link||Scans||2001||Adhesives||Pages from his collection QV period|
|Link||Scans||2001||Postal History||Pages from his collection QV period|