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    Jacob K. Javits Center - New York City, NY - 05/29/2016 -

    Founded in 1957, IGPC, the world's largest and most respected international philatelic agency which has been assisting countries around the world with their postal authority's needs for more than half a century is expected to bring a lot of excitement and publicity on behalf of dozens of international postal authorities to the show and of course, stamps!

     

    IGPC's booth is located in the special postal authority section of the show hall (super booth #417) which is visible from around the show. The many government postal authorities represented by IGPC this year include: Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Gambia, Ghana, Gibraltar, Grenada & the Grenadines, Guyana, Israel, Liberia, Montserrat, Nevis, Palau, Papua New Guinea, St. Kitts, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Tanzania, Togo, Turks & Caicos, Tuvalu, and Uganda. In addition to those government postal authorities being represented, IGPC showcased many postage stamps from around the globe that were not previously made available to collectors.

    This year, Executive Vice President Yossi Malamud is expected to go far and beyond the norm when it comes to typical show booths in order to bring more excitement and fun to the tradition of stamp collecting. "We are very excited to be able to bring a new and modern feel to the historic tradition of stamp collecting," says Mr. Malamud.

    IGPC held a ceremony of the multi nation salute to NY2016 with the shared panoramic image of the New York City Skyline day and night designs. The countries involved were Tuvalu, The Gambia, and Ghana as well as Grenada, Palau, and Nevis.




    Below, watch a video to find out more about the beautiful and small nation of Tuvalu!



    IGPC also unveiled their Palau 30th Anniversary Underwater Panoramic issue on June 1st.



    IGPC is proud to have been able to participate in this incredible celebration of philately and hopes that everyone who came by enjoyed traveling the world through stamps!

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