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Boston to host international stamp show in 2026
The American Philatelic Society has selected Boston, Mass., to host the international stamp show that will take place in 2026. (Read more...)

35 rare 5c China Imperial Dragons found in attic in UK 35 rare 5c China Imperial Dragons found in attic in UK
An extraordinary find of 35 China 1882 5-candarin orange yellow Imperial Dragon stamps in the United Kingdom is set to electrify the world of China philately (Read more...)

Rejected flag designs Rejected flag designs
On a new stamp and souvenir sheet to be issued Feb. 15, (Read more...)

Daily Mail reports Chinese stamp attic find
In a story by Emma Glanfield,  (Read more...)

Financial losses continue for U.S. Postal Service
On Feb. 6, the United States Postal Service announced financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2015. (Read more...)

APRL library construction approved
The American Philatelic Research Library board of trustees voted Feb (Read more...)

Court rules USPS must pay 37¢ Korean War artist $540,000
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling that that the United States Postal Service must pay a New England sculptor $540,000 for the use of his sculptures on a 2003 37¢ commemorative stamp marking the 50th anniversary of the end of the Korean War (Read more...)

U.S. Postal Service owes sculptor Frank Gaylord $540,000 in damages U.S. Postal Service owes sculptor Frank Gaylord $540,000 in damages
A federal appeals court has directed the United States Postal Service to pay $540,000 to sculptor whose work was used for the design of the 2003 37¢ Korean War Veterans Memorial stamp, according to a story written by Marcia Coyle in the Legal Times blog of (Read more...)

No speedy delivery for letter to Brennan
Poor Express Mail service delayed delivery of a critical letter from  (Read more...)

Former CSAC trio critical of USPS stamp marketing efforts
Saying that stamp collectors are being ignored by the United States Postal Service, three former members of the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee have appealed to Postmaster General Megan J (Read more...)

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