Two On the Road Course offerings, one before and one during, at the March 3–5 AmeriStamp Expo show in Reno, Nevada.
March 2 Course – EFOs and You
The American Philatelic Society will offer a one-day On the Road Course March 2 titled “EFOs and You: How Your Collection, Knowledge Base, and Exhibit Can All Benefit from Postal Blunders.” The course, taught by Wayne Youngblood, takes place March 2, just prior to AmeriStamp Expo at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center in Reno, Nevada.
Among the many topics the course will cover are:
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The American Philatelic Society will offer a one-day On the Road Course February 16, 2017 titled “Detecting Damaged, Altered, and Repaired Stamps.” The course, taught by Michael Ball and Scott Murphy, takes place just prior to the Aripex at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, Arizona.
The course will teach participants how to protect themselves when acquiring stamps. The course will strengthen your collecting know how by helping you answer questions such as:
• Is that mark across the corner of your stamp a repair or was it made by the printer?
• Is your stamp really a used Scott 315 ($1,250 value) or is it a trimmed 304 ($2.25 value)?
• Are the crackled markings on the back of your stamp from being regummed?
The course runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (lunch on your own) and the registration deadline is January 20. Register early because class sizes are limited.
For the full course description, which costs $95 for APS Members and $145 for non-members, visit the APS website. Note that the registration fee does not include housing or meals.
The American Philatelic Society will offer an On the Road Course January 26, 2017 titled “Mastering Postal History: How to Read and Interpret a Cover” (One Day Course). The course, by instructor Gary Wayne Loew, takes place just prior to the Southeastern Stamp Expo show in Norcross, Georgia (an Atlanta suburb).
The purpose of this course is to enable participants to fully understand their postal history collections.
• What is the story that each cover can tell?
• How to organize your covers into a more meaningful postal history collection.
• How to maximize the value of your covers.
• How to become a more informed buyer and learn what to pay for a cover.
The course runs from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (lunch on your own) and the registration deadline is January 7, 2017. Register early because class sizes are limited.
For the full course description, which costs $65 for APS Members and $105 for Non-members, visit the APS website. Some of the costs for this course are being underwritten by the Southeastern Stamp Expo
Note that the registration fee does not include housing or meals.