Spotlight on Societies: Hong Kong Study Circle


On Saturday June 11, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., the local members of the Study Circle are hosting an event for members and guests in conjunction with the show. Beginning with a welcome from Ingo Nessel, FRPSL, the programme will contain presentations from three speakers on our collecting area. Dr. Sam Chiu, FRPSC, will speak... Continue Reading

Spotlight on Societies: U.S. Philatelic Classics Society


U.S. Philatelic Classics Society is a nonprofit association of people interested in the nineteenth century stamps and postal history of the United States. Our goal is to encourage philatelic research and the exchange of information among our members and other philatelic organizations. We welcome anyone interested in the classic era of United States philately to... Continue Reading

Spotlight on Societies: North Toronto Stamp Club


NTSC at CAPEX 22 The North Toronto Stamp Club was founded in 1938, and is one of the largest and most active stamp clubs in the Toronto area.  We are Royal Philatelic Society of Canada Chapter #5 and American Philatelic Society Chapter #1610.  The Chapter offers a regular program of meetings with presentations, auctions, bourses... Continue Reading

Spotlight on Societies: Boston 2026

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All attendees are invited to the Boston 2026 Open House scheduled for Saturday, June 11 from Noon to 1:30PM.  Refreshments will be provided and Organizing Committee members will be available to answer your questions about the show.  In case you didn’t know, plans are well underway to turn Boston into the world’s center of philately... Continue Reading

Spotlight on Societies: Canadian Aerophilatelic Society

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The CANADIAN AEROPHILATELIC SOCIETY will be hosting a meeting of the FIP Aerophilatelic Commission from 12 noon to 2:00 PM on Saturday June 11th. The meeting will include a presentation produced by Norman Banfield, Acting Chairman of the FIP Aerophilatelic Commission, about developments in the guidelines for aerophilatelic exhibiting, and a Zoom question and answer... Continue Reading

Spotlight on Societies: American Philatelic Research Society


“American Philatelic Research Library - Philately’s Library” OVERVIEW OF ORGANIZATION: The American Philatelic Research Library (APRL) is the world’s largest public library dedicated to stamp collecting and postal history. The library collection consists of over 92,000 items spanning almost four miles of shelving. The collection contains books, journals, stamps catalogs, government documents, auction catalogs and... Continue Reading