Due to serious labor shortages, the printing company that produces The American Philatelist is delayed in printing of the October issue. At this time, the magazine is expected to go in the mail on October 14th and will be in members’ mailboxes within 7-10 days.
Ongoing labor shortages may delay future issues of The American Philatelist by as much as two weeks. The APS is working with the printer to get delivery back on schedule as quickly as possible.
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We will continue to update our members until normal operations resume.
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