The APS is allowing all stamp collectors and enthusiasts to access digital issues of The American Philatelist during the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
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The American Philatelist is the oldest continuously published philatelic journal in the world, the first issue having appeared in January 1887.
We are proud to say that our feature articles are written by members who share their philatelic knowledge. The American Philatelist is printed monthly.
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