This is a new web site for the Andorran Philatelic Study circle (APSC)
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|Adverts (updated 26.1.00)|
Established over thirty five years, the Andorran Philatelic Study Circle aims to cater for all who have an interest of any kind in Andorra and its stamps. Serious philatelist or just interested in stamps, beginner or expert. It does not matter.
The twice-yearly bulletin, Valira Torrent, gives you the information you need to get the most from your stamps. Philatelic studies. Reviews of the current knowledge on a topic. News and views. Our participation in the international group CIFA and our contacts abroad, particularly with Andorra enthusiasts in France, keep you abreast of all that is going on in the world of Andorra stamp collecting.
Our twice-yearly meetings place the emphasis on informality. They are as much a social occasion as serious philately, a gathering of friends with a common interest.
All this for a modest subscription.
2015: £15; Europe 20 euros; US$30 (cash); 38$ (cheque or draft)
Subscriptions fall due on 1st January each year. Would members please help the Treasurer by paying promptly
Pour nos amis francophones la Société d'Étude Philatélique et Postale de l'Andorre (Philandorre) vous propose divers services d'un même genre.
Unless otherwise stated, meetings take place at the Falstaff Hotel,
16-20 Warwick New Road, Leamington Spa, UK, and start at 11am.
Saturday 11th November 2017
Autumn informal meeting
Members' displays; auction
Saturday 14th April 2018.
Annual General Meeting
Jacques Shield competition.
Visitors are welcome at all our meetings
Auction results 2014
Contact us at:
Please give your full postal address as we may reply by mail
Valira Torrent - view selected articles
Other organisations and useful links
Comments and suggestions on this web site are welcomed
|The late David Lamb with the painting presented to him on his retirement as the APSC Hon. Treasurer. The presentation was made by Ted Jewell and the painting Was the work of Ted's father, the late Mr A.E.Jewell.||Gerald Marriner and part of his display of Spanish Andorran Postal History at the Royal Philatelic Society, London, on 10th February 2011.|