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Edmonton Stamp Club



The world’s first postage stamp, England’s famous Queen Victoria Penny Black, appeared in May, 1840.  Stamp collecting started the very next day and swept the world, touching down in Edmonton, Alberta in 1912 when a group of stalwarts met to form the Edmonton Stamp Collector’s Club.  Edmonton’s two newspapers featured stamp columns and several downtown stamp shops became gathering places for keen collectors.
The Edmonton Stamp Club grew from its dozen male members to an enthusiastic group of over 500 stamp families who have met continuously for over 100 years to buy, sell, trade and learn about stamps. In early days, the Club met in Edmonton’s downtown Library. The current Monday meeting place is the St. Joe’s High School cafeteria which is in keeping with the friendly, family nature of the Club.  New members and visitors are always welcome to share in the evening’s fun and fellowship……..

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The May issue of the Edmonton Stamp Club Bulletin is hot off the press!

Inside you'll find all of the latest news on the ESC, including the Club elections on June 17th and the Summer Auction happening on July 20th. There is also a list of special awards from the 2024 Spring show, and an interesting article titled 'Latin For Ladies' by John Woollard.


Thanks to your generosity, the Edmonton Stamp Club has been able to collect over 1000 LBS of non-perishable food, to donate to Edmonton's Food Bank in the last year.

The ESC are proud to partner with

Edmonton's Food Bank, to help provide food to those who need it the most in the Edmonton area!




Want an opportunity to apply your skills? Add more to them?

Consider VOLUNTEERING with the Edmonton Stamp Club.

Why should I volunteer? What’s in it for me?


(a) Self satisfaction knowing that “you made a difference", by

volunteering your time.

This can help to strengthen the Edmonton and area communities.


(b) What’s in it for me?


Training will be provided by the ESC. You will gain knowledge and have an opportunity to socialize and meet new people. Volunteering can be relaxing and can relieve stress as well as improving concentration and self esteem. It may also enhance career opportunities, and it’s fun for the whole family!


To read more about this opportunity please click HERE

For more information please email:


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The newest issue of the RPSC Publication, Canadian Philatelist is now available online!


Find it here:


The newest issue of the American Philatelist is now available online for all American Philatelic Society members!


Find it here:

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