American Philatelic Society
With over 30,000 members in more than 110 countries, the APS is the largest, non-profit organization for stamp collectors in the world. Founded in 1886, the APS serves collectors, educators, postal historians, and the general public by providing a wide variety of programs and services.
Ashbrook's Special Service
Published 1951-57 by Stanley Ashbrook, it is one of the first publications that dealt with U.S. postal history in an analytical way. Compliments of our friend Richard Frajola.
Linn's Stamp News
Linn's Stamp News is a great weekly paper for the stamp enthusiast.
National Postal Museum
The National Postal Museum, a Smithsonian Institution museum, is located in the old Post Office building next to Union Station in Washington, D.C. The Museum was created by an agreement between the Smithsonian Institution and the United States Postal Service in 1990 and opened to the public in 1993.
The Philatelic Foundation has come to be recognized as the central source for expertise in philately. This confidence has been built through their certification service, reference collection, and publications.
Professional Stamp Experts
PSE offers stamp grading and authentication services along with their unique Set Registry, Price Guide, and Population Reports.
United States Philatelic Classics Society
The United States Philatelic Classics Society (USPCS) is a voluntary not-for-profit association of members. Its purposes are to promote interest and knowledge of philately, primarily relating to the classic issues of stamps and postal history of the United States. It issues The Chronicle of the U. S. Classic Postal Issues and the Chairman’s Chatter, both alone worth the price of membership.
United States Postal Service
The home of the USPS. Obtain rates and buy stamps online.
United States Stamp Society
The United States Stamp Society (USSS) is the preeminent organization devoted to the study of United States stamps. It is, “a non-profit, volunteer-run association of collectors to promote the study of the philatelic output of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and of postage and revenue stamped paper produced by others for use in the United States and U.S. administered areas.” Once concerned exclusively with the production of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the USSS has expanded its coverage to include all United States issues, both classic and modern, regardless of printer.
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