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"I'm gonna collect stamps forever!": APS shares StampsTeach with local students

Happy National Philanthropy Day from the American Philatelic Society! To celebrate this holiday, members of the APS staff traveled to two school districts local to Bellefonte to share stamp collecting with students through the StampsTeach program.


What is StampsTeach? Bring Learning to Life in Classrooms Near You

Just in time for Giving Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, the APS Education department is proud to present one of our favorite programs: StampsTeach.


APS Experts Certify Omitted Die Cut Error Panes on Bush Stamp

The American Philatelic Expertizing Service (APEX) has certified a die-cut omitted error of the 2019 George H.W. Bush forever commemorative, purchased by an APS member in Edmonds, Washington.

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About the APS - With members in more than 110 countries, the APS is the largest, non-profit organization for stamp collectors in the world. Founded in 1886, the APS serves collectors, educators, postal historians and the general public by providing a wide variety of programs and services. Our members enjoy access to the one of the world's largest philatelic libraries, a monthly award-winning magazine and safe avenues for buying and selling philatelic materials.

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Great American Stamp Show

Hartford, Connecticut | August 20-23, 2020