Postal Stationery - Societies


Collectors of postal stationery may seek out postal stationery societies or study groups in other countries. These societies provide information, publications and guidance to those who are interested. They include:

  • Australia: The Postal Stationery Society of Australia
  • Belgium: Societe Belge de l'Entier Postal
  • Canada: British North American Philatelic Society Postal Stationery Study Group
  • France: Entiers Postaux Fran├žais
  • Germany: Berliner Ganzsachen-Sammler-Verein
  • Great Britain / UK: The Postal Stationery Society
  • Netherlands: Nederlandse Vereniging van Poststukken
  • Switzerland: Swiss Postal Stationery Collectors Society / Schweizerischer Ganzsachen-Sammler-Verein (SGSSV)
  • United States: United Postal Stationery Society

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