Circuit Sales acts as an agent for APS members who wish to sell philatelic material. The circuit books offer at‐home perusal of items for members in search of new material for their collections. Our current inventory consists of more than 35,000 sales books in more than 160 categories. Below are the details on how to get started selling, the terms of sales, as well as some additional tips on mounting and pricing items:
1. Membership Required – you must be an APS member to sell through our sales divisions.2. Purchase Supplies – Order Sales Books and Mounts. Our sales books measure 5 x 8‐inches and are available in five different styles depending on the type of material you are submitting(singles, blocks, or cover). Items larger than the book cannot be accepted. The APS has a smallinventory remaining of the acetate clear mounts in varying sizes. Otherwise we recommend using split‐ back mounts (properly fastened). 3. Prepare and submit items – The seller mounts, describes, and prices items within each book. a) Properly organize material for each book. Each book will be assigned to an individualcategory and should contain material accordingly (see the category list on page 6). Arrange stamps by country and in order by catalog number (the more organized yourmaterial is, the better experience the buyer will have when reviewing your material). Individual sales book must have a total net value of at least $30, but not more than $600.
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