Welcome to our philatelic gallery.  We hope you enjoy these illustrations of stamps and covers supported by our members’ collections.
1860s Omaha City Nebraska to East Worcester New York Cover
1860s Omaha City Nebraska to East Worcester New York Cover
Two stamps from the Sweden 1979 Gota Canal commemorative booklet pane designed by Ake Svensson and Leif R. Jansson; engraved by Czeslaw Slania
Two stamps from the Sweden 1979 Gota Canal commemorative booklet pane designed by Ake Svensson and Leif R. Jansson; engraved by Czeslaw Slania
Contract Air Mail (CAM) first flight cover flown on CAM route AM-90 by Mid-West Airways pilot Robert W. Hicks from Omaha to North Platte, Nebraska on December 21, 1949, addressed to final destination, Fieldsboro, New Jersey
Contract Air Mail (CAM) first flight cover flown on CAM route AM-90 by Mid-West Airways pilot Robert W. Hicks from Omaha to North Platte, Nebraska on December 21, 1949, addressed to final destination, Fieldsboro, New Jersey
Ships are a popular topical stamp collecting subject. Above are Great Britain 1969 stamps showing the Elizabethan galleon, East Indiaman, Cutty Sark, SS Great Britain, and RMS Mauretan
Ships are a popular topical stamp collecting subject. Above are Great Britain 1969 stamps showing the Elizabethan galleon, East Indiaman, Cutty Sark, SS Great Britain, and RMS Mauretania
Circa 1851-52 cover addressed to Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. Two 1851 3-cent orange brown stamps (Scott #10A) from plate 5 early are tied by STEAM BOAT hand stamps, indicating the cover traveled by boat on the Mohawk River.
Circa 1851-52 cover addressed to Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. Two 1851 3-cent orange brown stamps (Scott #10A) from plate 5 early are tied by STEAM BOAT hand stamps, indicating the cover traveled by boat on the Mohawk River.
Scott number RS187b private die proprietary stamp advertising New York Pharmacal Association's Lactopeptine
Scott number RS187b private die proprietary stamp advertising New York Pharmacal Association’s Lactopeptine
April 21, 1919 Mishawaka, Indiana cover franked with a Three-cent Victory stamp addressed to Corporal Avon G. Cook and returned to sender
April 21, 1919 Mishawaka, Indiana cover franked with a Three-cent Victory stamp addressed to Corporal Avon G. Cook, one of the members of the victorious American Expeditionary Forces who helped secure the victory celebrated by the stamp!  What makes this piece of postal history even more interesting is that someone crossed out the address and marked it “En route to U.S.A. Return to Sender”. Presumably, the letter caught up with the victorious dough boy after he returned to the U.S.

U.S. Scott #69, 1861 12-cent Washington

U.S. Scott #63, 1861 1-cent Franklin

U.S. Scott #569 American Buffalo

Austria 1501 Labor Day

Australia 201 Peace

Scott #573

Hawaii 1861 5-cent Scott #9

1901 4-cent stamp from the Pan-American Exposition commemorative issue depicting an electric automobile in Washington

Monaco 1957 Princess Grace issue commemorating the birth of the Royal couple's first child, Princess Caroline

Nova Scotia 1860 1-cent Queen Victoria