Auction 46 is posted
Access the Auction through the attached pdf or through the "Library Auction" link on the home page.
- New Acquisitons to the Library
SCC Library in "Scribblings", bimonthly newsletter of the Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library
In "Scribblings" the bimonthly newsletter of the Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library, Jeff Modesitt writes about the SCC Library in the current edition. The SCC Library is housed at RMPL.
Gustaf Douglas to speak at NY Collectors Club
On September 13, Gustaf Douglas of Sweden (aka the owner of the 3-skilling yellow) will be the speaker at the Collectors Club of New York. His topic is “Sweden as forwarding address or transit destination for mail up to 1900.”
Chapter Reports will no longer appear in the Posthorn.
SCC 2017 Convention
Where: WESTPEX, San Francisco, California When: April 28-30, 2017 Site: San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront Hotel 1800 Old Bayshore Highway Burlingame CA 94010 Phone: 650-692-9100 Hotel shuttle from airport Show Info: www.westpex.org
Alan Warren Honored as Distinguished Philatelist
This from the APS electronic newsletter: "Congratulations to Alan Warren who will be recognized during the Summer Seminar as our 2016 Distinguished Philatelist. The Distinguished Philatelist Award recognizes an individual who has contributed to the hobby for many years displaying dedication, leadership, and commitment." Download the rest...
SCC Library in the Journal of the American Philatelic Research Library
A forthcoming edition of the PLR will have this item about the SCC Library
Video of SCC President Steve Lund at Nordia 2015
Go to http://www.sff.nu/tv-och-bildspel-fran-nordia-dag-12/
Ring Type Study Group's First Challenge
Check out the images and let George know what you see.
Ring Type Study Group Revives
George Kuhorn would like anyone interested in joining the Ring Type Study Group to contact him.
Welcome Members and Friends to the Scandinavian Collectors Club. Join us in exploring the great events, people and natural wonders of the world through Nordic stamps and postal history!