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Breaking Stamp News
Jim Carrey, Martin Short among five Canadian comedians honored
Five funny Canadians are being honored Aug. 29 on new commemorative permanent stamps from Canada Post. T
New app, e-book versions of Scott catalogs
The popular Scott postage stamp catalogs are now available as e-books for Android and Apple mobile devices, including the iPad and iPhone, as well as Windows and Mac desktop and laptop computers.
Luff awards to Grabowski, Drews, Klug
The recipients of the American Philatelic Society’s 2014 John N. Luff awards are Edward J.J. Grabowski, Richard E. Drews and Janet Klug.
Celebrity Chefs stamps Sept. 26 in Chicago
The United States Celebrity Chefs commemorative forever stamps will be issued Sept. 26 in Chicago, Ill.
Circus posters press sheet without die cuts sold out
The press sheet without die cuts for the eight United States Vintage Circus Posters forever stamps has sold out.
Former PMG quits CSAC; says committee might not be needed
Former postmaster general Benjamin F. Bailar has resigned from the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee, questioning the value of continuing a panel that has guided United States stamp policy since 1957.
USPS to auction football-themed items starting Aug. 4
The United States Postal Service will auction philatelic products Aug. 4-10 through its eBay store at www.ebay.com/stamps.
Stamp and cover theft in Houston
The American Stamp Dealers Association has reported the July 22 theft of stamps and covers from a Houston, Texas, home.
Postal museum selects Piazza as chief curator
Daniel A. Piazza, a stamp collector who joined the National Postal Museum as a researcher seven years ago, has been named its chief curator of philately and chair of the museum’s philately department.
Three new United States holiday stamp issues planned
The United States Postal Service plans to offer three new holiday stamp issues this fall, most likely in October or November.
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