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APRL board to vote on construction proposals
Trustees of the American Philatelic Research Library will meet in a telephone conference Thursday, Feb. 5, to discuss and vote on proposals affecting library construction plans. (Read more...)

Possible 20¢ Apgar imperf surfaces on 2002 cover in Fla. Possible 20¢ Apgar imperf surfaces on 2002 cover in Fla.
A recently discovered large business envelope mailed in 2002 from California to Florida is franked with what looks like an imperforate example of the United States 20¢ Virginia Apgar stamp. (Read more...)

Guyer of APS named ASDA executive director
Mark Reasoner, president of the American Stamp Dealers Association, announced Jan. 30 that Dana Guyer will become the next executive director of the ASDA. (Read more...)

Canada Post issues Nelson Mandela stamp New Canada stamp pays tribute to honorary Canadian citizen Mandela
Canada Post unveiled a stamp honoring Nelson Mandela Jan. 27. (Read more...)

Canada unveils Nelson Mandela stamp Canada unveils Nelson Mandela stamp
Canada Post unveiled a stamp honoring Nelson Mandela Jan. 27. This nondenominated stamp will be issued Jan. 30 for Black History Month. (Read more...)

Gross revealed as upright Jenny pane buyer in ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ stamp hobby report Gross revealed as upright Jenny pane buyer in ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ stamp hobby report
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Rita Braver revealed in her Jan. 18 story about stamp collecting that PIMCO investment firm founder and philanthropist William H (Read more...)

Bill Gross revealed as buyer of Robinson upright Jenny Invert pane Bill Gross revealed as buyer of Robinson upright Jenny Invert pane
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Rita Braver reveals in her Jan (Read more...)

CBS Sunday Morning report putting stamps in the spotlight ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ highlighting stamps
CBS Sunday Morning senior correspondent Rita Braver just got the lowdown on stamp collecting, and she is sharing that story on the popular news and entertainment program. (Read more...)

Three upright Jenny Invert panes given away Three upright Jenny Invert panes given away, but no more
The United States Postal Service has provided three lucky collectors with one pane each of the upright $2 Jenny Invert stamp, a variety intentionally created by the Postal Service that has proven to be worth many thousands of dollars. (Read more...)

U.S. Forever Hearts ceremony details
The first-day ceremony for the two Forever Hearts forever stamps will take place at 11 a.m. on Jan. 22 at the Virginia Museum of the Arts, 200 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. General admission to the museum is free. (Read more...)

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