What better way to celebrate National Stamp Collecting Month than by adding to your philatelic library? This month, both members and non-members can enjoy 50% off shipping to anywhere in the world while shopping the APRL's Used Book Inventory. Members and non-members can purchase materials (prepayment is required before shipping). To see the current selection of books in our Used Book Inventory, go to the online catalog: http://1549.sydneyplus.com/final/Portal.aspx and click on the “Used Books for Sale” tab at the top of the landing page. For more information about the APRL, vistit the library page.
In addition, we have some great deals in our publications shop:
Special Price Reduction and Author Special in Publication Shop
"The Art of Stamps" has a new Author Special, now through October 15th APS Members can save 20% - instead of $22.45 - pay only $17.96 for this book that features a panoramic view of stamp collecting as an art form, hobby and investment commodity, as well as interspersing poignant stories from his extensive travels and pieces from Georges collection. Three other books have a price reduction and are only $5 each:
United States Incoming Steamship Mail - this is the second edition of this book, featuring steamship rates, routes, markings and sailing tables.
United States 1847 Issue: A Cover Census - A record of the distribution of all the 5 cent and 10 cent U.S. 1847 stamps and a chronicle of all known covers by state and city as of the 2001 publication date.
Letters of Gold - Explains and illustrates the postal history of California from 1849 to 1869.
to take advantage of these amazing deals!
New American Air Mail Society Book Added & Several Offered at a discount!
A new book from the American Air Mail Society has been added to our publication shop, - 2nd Edition of the Airmails of Canada and Newfoundland. Many other AAMS titles have been deeply discounted. Click here to see all AAMS titles
or click here to see the full list of books available from the publication shop.
New Book Available - The United States Fourth Bureau Issue 1922‑1938
The book presents the fascinating story of the regular postage stamp issue called the Fourth Bureau Issue. Introduced under the new postal administration of President Warren G. Harding and continuing through the administrations of Coolidge and Hoover and into the Roosevelt Administration, the Issue saw the introduction and development of several production innovations at the government printing plant, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), resulting in refining and increasing production. Click here
to learn more and add this book to your philatelic library!