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Recommended Links To Other Philatelic Websites
Page and Panel Dealers (and ASPPP Members, too!)

The Stamp Professor sells back issues of Pages, Panels, Stamp Posters and Ceremony Programs, as well as other USPS products.

The Stamp Center's Dutch Country Auctions feature Pages and Panels (USPS Products) as well as Programs, covers, accumulations, collections, etc.  


Page and Panel Collector Websites

ASPPP member and former ASPPP Board Member Greg Meyer has his own personal website devoted to Souvenir Pages and Stamp Posters (Stamp Announcement Collectables).

Information on other USPS Philatelic Products

Interested in information on American Commemorative First Day of Issue Ceremony Programs? Visit the American Ceremony Program Society website.

Other Philatelic item Dealers

John Himes' Plate Number Coils website lists pnc's for sale or trade.

Privately-Produced Pages

Canon Postal Heritage produced "50th Anniversary Pages" and can be reached by emailing Winnie Alberts at win@iowatelecom.net.

Robert Ford Porter produced Porter Philatelic Pages (some of which are still available through the ASPPP; contact us via geraldb@asppp.org). Scans of his pages and first day covers can be seen on his personal website, www.RobertFordPorter.com. Robert can be reached via email at RFPandOPP@aol.com.

Philatelic Resources

Interested in the latest stamp news, online chats and discussion bulletin boards, as well as buying, selling and trading online? We encourage you to visit the Virtual Stamp Club.

The Collectors Club of Chicago has as its primary objectives the documentation, preservation, advancement and promotion of philately through education, study, research and services.

www.StampNewsNow.com is an online philatelic resource connecting you to World-Wide Postal Administrations, Stamp Dealers, Stamp Shows and Auctions, a world of philatelic knowledge, and 3 great stamp magazines! John Dunn, Publisher - Stamp News Publishing.



Philatelic Societies

Interested in Plate Number Coils? Visit the Plate Number Coil Collectors Club website. PNC3 has the latest plate number coil news, pnc auctions, older back issues of The Plate Number and other reference and collecting information.

Interested in First Day Covers? Visit the American First Day Cover Society website, which also has information on future Americover shows, their fund raising auction, online articles and much more.

The American Philatelic Society  website has information on Stampshow, as well as links to philatelic publications and information on all types of collecting interests (through their affiliate societies.) There is also information on the American Philatelist, the American Philatelic Research Library, stamp insurance, dealers, local clubs and even more.

 The Royal Philatelic Society of Canada (RPSC) is Canada's national society for philatelists (stamp collectors, enthusiasts and aficionados). The RPSC speaks for all Canadian collectors at provincial, federal and international levels of philately.

Topical Philatelic Societies

 The Christmas Philatelic Club is a group of dedicated philatelists, specializing in all types of Christmas philatelic material.

The Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections (ESPER) is a national stamp society which promotes the collecting of African Americans on stamps and the collecting of stamps by African Americans.