Starting Tuesday April 10, 2018 we will meet at the Gardena Valley Baptist Church, 1630 W158th Street, Gardena, CA 90247. Join us for an evening of philatelic fun and sharing at our new convenient location between the 405 and 110 highways. Free parking and many restaurants nearby. Details: New PSLA Meeting Location.
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The next PSLA meeting (Tuesday September 27) is the annual business meeting. Nominations for the officers for 2017-18 are complete and voting will take place at the meeting. You must be present to vote, and write-ins are not permitted. The treasurer will present an annual finance report. We will have a discussion about SESCAL (don’t […]
The American First Day Cover Society and the USPS will hold a First-Day-of-Sale Ceremony at SESCAL on Saturday September 24 at the Airport Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles at 10:00AM in Catalina C for the new Butterfly Stamp. With no first day ceremony, this is the premier event for the launch of 68-cent stamp for […]
In-person nominations for officers of the Philatelic Society of Los Angeles will take place during the first September meeting (September 13). You may nominate yourself or others, and the nominee must agree to run and fulfill the duties of the office. The officers for nomination are: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Director(s). The term of […]
The Tuesday July 12 PSLA meeting will feature the silent auction of the Vice Collection. Organized into over 100 country packets, Suzanne will offer her father’s collection to PSLA members. An example is the Manchuko #13 (Cat Value $3) shown. Ms. Vice will be attending this special PSLA event as witness to the transition of […]
The June 28 meeting of the PSLA will feature the APS slide show, 1861, A Year of Change by J. David Baker and the U.S. Philatelic Classics Society. Join us at 7:30 in Community Room A in the Westside Pavilion.
The June 14 PSLA meeting will feature a presentation on the new USPS Classics Forever stamps by member, Ed Kawasaki.
The April 26, 2016 meeting of the Philatelic Society of Los Angeles will feature the APS slide show: Errors, Varieties, Freaks, and Oddities on U.S. Stamps by Clyde Jennings of Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Jennings received the Luff Award of the APS in 1989 for his exceptional contributions to philately. A life member of the APS, […]
Join us at the Tuesday March 22 meeting for the APS Slide Show on The U.S. 1851-1857 Issues by the The U.S. Philatelic Classic Society.
The next PSLA meeting on February 23, 2016 will include an APS slide presentation on the Story of the Penny Black by Albert LeShane.