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: email@example.com
From intermdiate to experienced veterans, you will learn new techniques and ideas for starting an exhibit or improving what you have. Refresher on basic guidelines, including in-depth discussion on how guidelines are interpreted by judges. Workshops on preparing new exhibits/subject areas; advanced mounting techniques for odd sized material. Emphasis on preparation of the title page, exhibit treatment and synopsis. Participants are encouraged to bring examples of their title pages, examples of various exhibit sections and their synopses for group review, discussion and critique.
Intermediate and advanced philatelic exhibitors.
Lifelong collector and member of APS for over 43 years, Dr. Edwin Andrews, has exhibited 101 times since 1972. His 27 different exhibits use a variety of treatments, including: display, thematic, aerophilately, revenue, fiscal revenue, postal history, military postal history, Cinderella, topical, picture post card, one frame, and traditional. Dr. Andrews has earned a myriad of gold/large gold medals and special awards. He has won multiple Grand and Reserve Grand awards. Dr. Andrews is an accredited Chief Philatelic Judge and former member of CANEJ (2013-2019). He was Lead Editor for the APS Manual of Philatelic Judging and Exhibiting (7th Ed. 2017). Edwin was a Board Member, Treasurer and is a Life member of the AAPE. He is a member of numerous philatelic societies; and is currently a Board Member and President of the Polonus Polish Philatelic Society.
There are 14 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