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The Liberian Philatelic Society works to promote stamp collecting as a hobby and as an educational tool with a special focus on Liberia and the Grain Coast of Africa.  LPS has been an American Philatelic Society affiliate since 1988.

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5 Responses

  1. Richard Logan
    Richard Logan January 2, 2012 at 3:37 pm |

    Apparently, a stamp featuring Toyotomi Hideyoshi
    was issued in Liberia on 22-6-2000.
    Can someone send me a scan of that stamp please.
    I sure would appreciate it.

  2. Ken Berry
    Ken Berry January 13, 2012 at 1:28 am |

    Would anyone have for sale, or know anyone who might have for sale, an imperforate version of Liberia Scott 525-530, Napoleon 1970 set of 5 ?
    Thanks! Ken Berry, krb2@earthlink.net

  3. Albert Little
    Albert Little February 25, 2012 at 8:16 pm |

    anything new on the back copies of LPS ???

  4. Albert Little
    Albert Little March 2, 2012 at 1:24 am |

    anything new about the back issues of LPS ???
    the ones iam missing ???

    ?????
    albert

    red99cam@sbcglobal.net

  5. Alan Cecilio
    Alan Cecilio June 6, 2012 at 3:28 am |

    I’m conducting a survey of LPS members to determine the quantity of full printer’s sheets of the 1949 Arthur Szyk issue, (Scott 309-12, C63-4). These sheets have extra large margins surrounding two panes of stamps.

    I have three sets of printer’s sheets. Two of the 5c value, #312, and another of C63-C64. The two 5c sheets are different as one has marginal markings and the other does not. Each of them is in progressive proofs, so there are 11 sheets in each set.

    I’m working on an exhibit of this issue and this request for census data of these sheets is research for that exhibit. Prior to a European auction purchase, I had only read that this set was printed in sheets of two panes that were cut from these sheets. I had not seen any or even heard that they still existed. Of course, with Liberia, it seems anything is possible.

    Does anyone else have any full printer’s sheets? If so, would you please share with me what you have? I will tabulate the information received and report on it either on this site or in the LPS Journal.

    Thanks so much for your help in this survey.

    Alan Cecilio, LPS #P-113

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