Feeling a little guilty about your Temple attendance? Are you interested in creating a Topical collection of philatelic material that profiles the history of your faith group's important houses of worship? Then join Irv Osterer as he presents a visual survey and shares some personal anecdotes explaining how he assembled his comprehensive collection of synagogue stamps, first-day covers, and postmarks. Please note — The focus will not be on Israel's synagogue stamps, but those issued by countries around the world.
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