American Philatelic Society

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The American Philatelic Society (APS) is the largest nonprofit stamp collecting foundation of philately in the world. Both the membership and interests of the society are worldwide.[4]

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American Philatelic Society
AbbreviationAPS
FoundedSeptember 14, 1886; 137 years ago (September 14, 1886)
FounderJohn Kerr Tiffany
TypeEducational 501(c)(3)
24-0772797[1]
Focus
Location
  • American Philatelic Center
    100 Match Factory Place
    Bellefonte, PA U.S.
OriginsThe Committee on National Organization
Area served
Worldwide
Producteducation, publications and services
Membership (2023[2])
24,421[2]
President
Cheryl Ganz[2]
Executive Director
Scott English[2]
PublicationThe American Philatelist
Revenue (2011)
$4,139,814[1]
Expenses (2011)$3,757,564[1]
Endowment (2011)$5,563,869[1]
Staff (2023)
34[3]
Websitestamps.org
Formerly called
American Philatelic Association
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