In 1968, APS members Kenneth and Helen Nolle delivered a stamp collage of the APS logo to our annual show in Chicago. Over 10,000 stamps were used to create it.
Today, this logo is proudly displayed in the President's Room of the American Philatelic Center.
Reflecting on that memory, the planning committee of the Great American Stamp Show is considering the display of Stamp and Mail Art!
Are you interested?
Please click here to fill out our survey.
The Great American Stamp Show is the largest national stamp and postal history show in the country. We hope to see you in Hartford, Connecticut from August 20 to 23.
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