The delayed March 2020 issue of The American Philatelist is now in the hands of USPS.
There was an equipment failure at the magazine's printer, which caused delays. The issue was transferred to the APS's mailing service. We are pleased to report that the AP will arrive in member's mailboxes soon
The delay is expected to be one week, it is hoped that all APS members will receive their printed copy during the week of March 8th.
In the meantime, APS members can access the March issue electronically, which is available now on stamps.org/the-american-philatelist.
We appreciate your patience as we resolve this issue.
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