American stamp dealers

2017-08-03T04:31:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Prescott Holden Thorp, Raymond Henry Weill, Walter Stone Scott, Adam K. Bert, John N. Luff, Trish Kaufmann, Percy Gray Doane, Bertram William Henry Poole, Eugene N. Costales, Florida Stamp Dealers Association, Edwin Müller, George Benedict Sloane, George Ward Linn, Irwin M. Heiman, Ezra Danolds Cole, Leo August, Julius (John) Murray Bartels, Lester George Brookman, Nicholas F. Seebeck, Peter G. Keller, Philip Henry Ward Jr., Philip Mathias Wolsieffer, William Penn Brown, Henry Ellis Harris, Nicolas Sanabria, Robert A. Siegel, Roger G. Weill, Jacques Minkus, S. Kellogg Stryker, Carl Einar Pelander, Charles Haviland Mekeel, Charles James Phillips, Edward Boker Sterling, Hugh C. Barr flashcards American stamp dealers
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  • Prescott Holden Thorp
    Prescott Holden Thorp (April 28, 1887 – June 1981), of New Jersey, was a stamp dealer who was a recognized world-famous expert on stamped envelopes of the United States.
  • Raymond Henry Weill
    Raymond Henry Weill (September 29, 1913 – April 21, 2003), of New Orleans, Louisiana, and his brother Roger G.
  • Walter Stone Scott
    Walter Stone Scott (February 17, 1871 – October 29, 1948), of New York City, was an auctioneer of postage stamps and postal history items.
  • Adam K. Bert
    Adam K. Bert (1905–2007), of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, was a stamp collector and dealer, who operated his stamp business in Pittsburgh.
  • John N. Luff
    John Nicholas Luff (November 16, 1860 – August 23, 1938) of New York City was one of the important philatelists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, notable as an early user of scientific methods in the study of postage stamps.
  • Trish Kaufmann
    Patricia A. (Trish) Kaufmann of Lincoln, Delaware, is an expert on the postage stamps and postal history of the Confederate States of America (CSA), and has written hundreds of articles on the subject; she is known as a diligent researcher who brings postal history to life.
  • Percy Gray Doane
    Percy Gray Doane (1877–1945), of New York City, was a well-known and highly regarded philatelic dealer for nearly half a century.
  • Bertram William Henry Poole
    Bertram William Henry Poole (March 22, 1880 – September 8, 1957) was an American student of philately, and wrote numerous monographs on various aspects of the hobby.
  • Eugene N. Costales
    Eugene N. Costales (August 19, 1894 – November 2, 1984), of New York City, was a noted stamp dealer, auctioneer, and expert on authenticity of rare stamps and antiquities.
  • Florida Stamp Dealers Association
    The Florida Stamp Dealers Association (FSDA) is a philatelic organization consisting of stamp dealers in the Florida area.
  • Edwin Müller
    Edwin Müller, later Edwin Mueller, (December 2, 1898 in Vienna – October 4, 1962 in New York City) was an Austrian philatelist.
  • George Benedict Sloane
    George Benedict Sloane (April 3, 1898 – July 15, 1958), of New York City, was a noted philatelic dealer and auctioneer.
  • George Ward Linn
    George Ward Linn (February 7, 1884 – March 28, 1966), of Ohio, was a philatelist who published philatelic literature extensively and was the founder of Linn's Weekly Stamp News in 1928, the philatelic journal for which he is most famous.
  • Irwin M. Heiman
    Irwin M. Heiman (January 2, 1906 – March 5, 1977) of New York and California, was a philatelic expert and stamp dealer who was named to the Hall of Fame by the American Philatelic Society.
  • Ezra Danolds Cole
    Ezra Danolds Cole (November 19, 1902 – August 8, 1992), of Nyack, New York, was well known stamp dealer who was named to the Hall of Fame of the American Philatelic Society.
  • Leo August
    Leo August (March 2, 1914 – December 4, 1997), of New Jersey, was a philatelist who, as a stamp dealer and publisher, created interest and awareness in the collecting of first day covers through the introduction in 1939 of "ArtCraft" engraved illustrated (or "cacheted") envelopes for use as first day covers.
  • Julius (John) Murray Bartels
    Julius (John) Murray Bartels (1872–1944), of New York City, was a dealer and auctioneer of rare postage stamps.
  • Lester George Brookman
    Lester George Brookman (September 3, 1904 – November 23, 1971), of Minnesota, was a stamp dealer who was an expert on 19th century United States postage stamps and postal history.
  • Nicholas F. Seebeck
    Nicholas Frederick Seebeck (1857 – June 23, 1899) was a stamp dealer and printer, best known for his stamp-printing contracts with several Latin American countries in the 1890s.
  • Peter G. Keller
    Peter G. Keller (October 13, 1894 – September 15, 1972), of New York, was a stamp dealer who, along with his wife Helen Van Zilen Keller, helped develop the organization of stamp dealers in the United States.
  • Philip Henry Ward Jr.
    Philip Henry Ward Jr.
  • Philip Mathias Wolsieffer
    Philip Mathias Wolsieffer (May 28, 1857 – October 20, 1934), of Chicago and Philadelphia, was a stamp dealer and auctioneer who sold stamps and philatelic items during the early years of stamp collecting.
  • William Penn Brown
    William Penn Brown (1841–1929), of New York City, was an early pioneer in the hobby of stamp collecting.
  • Henry Ellis Harris
    Henry Ellis (H.E.) Harris (January 21, 1902 – December 29, 1977) was a philatelist and stamp dealer who through his company, H.
  • Nicolas Sanabria
    Nicolas Sanabria (November 4, 1889 – December 1, 1945) of New York City, was a philatelist concerned primarily with the field of aerophilately.
  • Robert A. Siegel
    Robert A. Siegel (January 1, 1913 – December 3, 1993), of New York City, was an auctioneer of philatelic material, particularly rare postage stamps and covers.
  • Roger G. Weill
    Roger G. Weill (June 12, 1909 – March 2, 1991), of New Orleans, was a stamp dealer who sold some of the world’s greatest philatelic rarities.
  • Jacques Minkus
    Jacques Minkus (December 15, 1901 – September 17, 1996), of New York City, emigrated to the United States in 1929 and established stamp counters for postage stamp collectors at numerous department stores in the United States.
  • S. Kellogg Stryker
    S. Kellogg Stryker (February 5, 1902 – July 20, 1989), of New York City, was a stamp dealer recognized in the philatelic community as an expert on 19th century and 20th century postage stamps.
  • Carl Einar Pelander
    Carl Einar Pelander (October 18, 1893 – February 16, 1966) was a stamp dealer and auctioneer who was an expert on postage stamps and postal history of the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Greenland, Iceland, Danish West Indies, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
  • Charles Haviland Mekeel
    Charles Haviland Mekeel (December 1, 1861 – October 13, 1921), of St.
  • Charles James Phillips
    Charles James Phillips (15 May 1863 – 2 June 1940) of London, England, and New York City, was a philatelist highly regarded in both England where he started his philatelic career and in the United States, where he emigrated to in 1922.
  • Edward Boker Sterling
    Edward Boker Sterling (September 9, 1851 – November 29, 1925), of Trenton, New Jersey, was a philatelist who specialized in the study of United States postage stamps, postal stationery, and revenue stamps.
  • Hugh C. Barr
    Hugh C. Barr (1878–1960), of New York City, was a stamp dealer and auctioneer who started out in the stamp business in 1900.