Summer Seminar on Philately is a once-a-year opportunity to expand your philatelic knowledge and meet others who share your passion and interests. All courses are led by philatelic experts who are accomplished writers, exhibitors, experts, dealers, and specialized collectors.
June 21-25, 2020
The American Philatelic Center
Registration will open on January 1st 2020
Call: 814-933-3810 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scott U.S. Specialized Catalogue lists less than half of the revenue stamps authorized and issued by the federal government. The Springer’s Catalog contains a far more comprehensive view. Use the Springer’s Catalog to explore the stamps used for manufactured tobacco, including; cigarettes, cigars, snuff, chewing and smoking tobacco. Be privy to the impetus for tax increases and decreases for each category of manufactured tobacco. At the conclusion of your two-day focus on revenues, you will be able to: recognize the categories of U.S. federal taxpaids for manufactured tobacco, locate catalog numbers and decipher information in the Springer’s Catalog for a selection of taxpaid revenues, and recognize printing methods used to produce the revenues discussed.
Collectors of taxpaids and those who wish to embark on the collecting of this large field of revenue stamps. No prior knowledge of revenue stamps is required.
Eric is a long time dealer, collector, student and enthusiast of revenue stamps. He is a long-time member of the APS expertizing committee, a contributor to the Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers and is working on a new edition of the Springer taxpaid revenue catalog. Jackson is a past president of the American Revenue Association and the American Stamp Dealers Association and is currently the dealer representative to the APS board of directors.
Ron is a prolific philatelic exhibitor and a nationally and internationally accredited judge. His column, “The Tax Collector” has appeared in most issues of The American Stamp Dealer & Collector and he has been a frequent contributor to The American Revenuer and State Revenue News. Ron’s research also has appeared in The American Philatelist and The U.S. Specialist. He has twice been a guest curator with the National Postal Museum, most recently at the revenue stamp frames in the Gross Gallery.
There are 12 spaces left in this course
19th Century U.S. Cancellations
Alcohol and Food Products: United States Taxpaid Revenues
Intermediate/Advanced Philatelic Exhibiting
Introduction to Forensic Philately
Introduction to Russian Philately
Topics on Canadian Philately
Washington - Franklins: Part 1 - Identification
Essays & Proofs
Introduction to Competitive Philatelic Exhibiting
Introduction to U.S. Postal History
Manufactured Tobacco: United States Taxpaid Revenues
The Evolution of Experimental and Early Machines and Their Postmarks Worldwide: 1850s-1920s
Washington - Franklins: Part 2 - Expertizing