August Dietz - Honors

Honors

Dietz received numerous honors including:

  • 1938 – awarded the Lindenberg Medal by the Berlin Philatelic Club
  • 1940 – awarded the first Luff Award by the American Philatelic Society for Exceptional Contributions to Philately
  • 1948 – awarded the honorary title of “General” by Confederate Stamp Alliance
  • 1955 – awarded the Lichtenstein Medal by the Collectors Club of New York
  • 1964 - inducted into the American Philatelic Society Hall of Fame

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