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Britain to issue first six stamps in five-year World War I series Britain to issue first six stamps in five-year World War I series
Great Britain’s Royal Mail will begin its World War I commemorative stamp series July 28 with six stamps and a prestige booklet. (Read more...)

Two stamps from Australia celebrate airmail centenary Two stamps from Australia celebrate airmail centenary
Australia Post issued two stamps July 1 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Australia’s first domestic airmail flight, made July 16-18, 1914, by Maurice Guillaux. (Read more...)

United Nations World Heritage stamps feature the Taj Mahal United Nations World Heritage stamps feature the Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal, considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, is pictured on six stamps issued July 16 by the United Nations Postal Administration. (Read more...)

Thirteen individuals pictured on Medal of Honor: Korean War pane Thirteen individuals pictured on Medal of Honor: Korean War pane
Two new United States commemorative forever stamps honoring Korean War Medal of Honor recipients will be issued July 26 in Arlington, Va. (Read more...)

Results for Feldman sale of British Guiana collection Off the charts results for Feldman sale of John E. du Pont’s British Guiana collection
While Sotheby’s June 17 auction of the legendary British Guiana 1¢ Magenta for almost $9.5 (Read more...)

Priority Mail rate change Sept. 7, pending approval Priority Mail rate change Sept. 7, pending commission approval
Shipping rates for Priority Mail are slated to increase Sept. 7 by approximately 1.7 percent. The United States Postal Service filed a proposed rate schedule with the Postal Regulatory Commission July 1. (Read more...)

APS board continues search for new executive director
The search for a new American Philatelic Society executive director is ongoing, according to APS board member and immediate past president Wade E. Saadi. (Read more...)

U.S. Stamp Notes: More than 75 living people on stamps More than 75 living people on U.S. stamps; model and athletes are recent discoveries
An 1866 statute still on the books prohibits the placing of a portrait of a living person on “United States currency and securities.” For a very long time, the U.S. Post Office Department properly interpreted that as applying to stamps. (Read more...)

Amos Press Inc. renamed Amos Media Company
Effective July 1, Amos Press Inc. officially changed its name to Amos Media Company. (Read more...)

Enjoy stamp collecting as a hobby, not an investment
Stamps have been in the news a fair bit of late. (Read more...)

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