President: Andy Burkman
First Vice President: Duncan Teague
Second Vice President: David Kiehn
Treasurer: Paul Trower
Secretary: Ron Williams
Former President, Dick Scott, Karla Norman and Barb Frantonius, Webmistress, remain on the board.
Club members needing information about the meeting site should only contact Harold Frey @ <email@example.com>
The club has established a grant program to help school teachers with the cost of using stamps in their school curriculum. Grants will be limited to school systems in the Greater Mid-South (Memphis, TN) area. Please see the MSCS Grant page under "School Grant".
The Memphis Stamp Collectors Society, was initially organized in 1953 and has been a charter, American Philatelic Society (APS) Chapter, since May 1963.
The purpose of the Society is to encourage and aid in the collecting and study of postage stamps and all related areas of philatelic interest, facilitate contact among collectors, provide facilities and opportunities for the dissemination of information for the advancement of the science and hobby of philately and to provide friendships among all collectors.
The membership of the club is drawn from the greater Memphis Metropolitan area with members from Mississippi and Arkansas regularly joining their Tennessee associates. Membership is made up of all age groups.
KnoxPEx 2020 will be Mar 7- Mar 8 at the Holiday Inn Knoxville-Cedar Bluff, TN. 865-974-1151 www.knowstamps.com
The Nashville Stamp & Postcard Show will be March 14-15, 2020 at the Gallatin Civic Cente, Gallatin, TN 37066. www.nashvillephilatelic.org
Memphis Stamp Collectors Society
Thank you for visiting our web site. We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in becoming a part of our organization.
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Correspondence may be sent to the club in care of the email link above, or in care of:
Ron Williams, P.O. Box 132, Brunswick, TN 38014
WARNING! The American Philatelic Society has received a report of a phone scam perpetrated by individuals who claim they are part of the APS staff. The individuals in question represented themselves as part of the American Philatelic Society and requested payment in advance in exchange for selling the collection of the man who received the call. The phone numbers provided by the perpetrators were connected to a fake APS voicemail recording.
The American Philatelic Society has been in contact with local law enforcement to address this report. If you have experienced a similar scam, please contact Ken Martin at the APS.
To remind our members and stamp collectors across the country: the APS does not purchase stamp collections. The APS will never make an unsolicited call or offer to members or non-members, or pressure you to make an immediate decision or payment. All official APS correspondence occurs through the phone number (814) 933-3803 and email domain stamps.org.
Please Note that this website is not a Sales Venue! We are collectors who seek to further the experience, or help others understand what they have. For information about your collection's value, or possible sale, please complete the form above. Guests are always welcome at meetings to inquire or bring a sample of their collection for review.