Due to Memorial Day, the May Club Meeting is moved to May 20th.

Community Center Main Entrance Closed. Enter on Geyer Rd. side of the building.

Enjoy Stamp Collecting?

We are a great group of men, women and youth that enjoy the hobby of kings. If you are interested in collecting, postal history or history in general this is a great group to learn from and share your knowledge.

Join our nextMeeting:

GMCSC Monthly Meeting
June 24, 2024 at 7:30 PM
Kirkwood Community Center


  • 50/50 raffle (optional)
  • Attendance prize drawing
  • Business Meeting
  • Member Item Auction  (Jan-Oct)
  • Member Presentation or Activity

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MSDA - St. Louis, MOMSDA - St. Louis, MO
June 1, 2024 - June 2, 2024

Saturday 10 AM – 3 PM
Sunday 10 AM – 3 PM
FREE parking and admission

Other MSDA Shows


MSDA - St. Louis, MOMSDA - St. Louis, MO
October 5, 2024 - October 6, 2024

Saturday 10 AM – 3 PM
Sunday 10 AM – 3 PM
FREE parking and admission

Other MSDA Shows


St. Louis Stamp Expo - 2025St. Louis Stamp Expo - 2025
March 21, 2025 - March 23, 2025

  • Friday 10 AM to 6 PM
  • Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM
  • Sunday 10 AM to 3 PM

Admission for all 3 days is $5.00 per person.
Children under 16 are free.
Free Parking with Admission.

History of the St. Louis Stamp Expo

Recent Member Articles

  • Identifying Hard and Soft Paper
    Hard White PaperThe “hard white” paper was a rag content paper used by both the National and Continental Bank Note Companies (#134-181).  This is sometimes referred to as a thin to thick white wove paper on the 1870 to 1873 printings, and a yellowish wove paper on the 1875 printings. Soft Porous PaperThe “soft porous” paper was a wood pulp paper used by the Continental Bank Note Company briefly in late 1878 to early 1879, and by the American Bank Note Company for all 1879 and later printings (#182-218).  Because the American Bank Note Company took over the Continental Bank Note Company in 1879, including plates, paper… Read more: Identifying Hard and Soft Paper
  • Obscure Collecting: Liner Types
    …a “liner” is the backing that a self-adhesive stamp is on when you buy the stamps. Now we have to figure out how we see the different types, A, B, C, and D.
  • Saint Louis Stamp Expo – 2024 Photo Gallery
    The 31st St Louis Stamp Exp closed on March 24th, 2024 with over 400 paid attendees. The Greater Mound City Stamp Club was out in force showing off their matching club polo shirts. GMCSC Club members hold several key Expo show positions and the members at large provide help in setup, tear down, working registration and in the beginners’ room at the show. Enjoy some pictures from 2024 and we hope to see yet a bigger crowd in 2025! Grow Philatelty – SHARE!!
  • Rock n’ Roll Stamps: Rush
    As topical collectors, we don’t often think of collecting areas of modern (in philatelic terms the 1970s are modern) topics like rock bands but we should.
  • Scrambled Indicia
    In 1997, the USPS issued the first stamp using a new technology called “scrambled indicia.” Indicia is pronounced /inˈdiSH(ē)ə/ and is the plural noun of the word indicum. In this use, it means “indication or token.”
  • My One-Page Exhibit!
    The American Topical Association announces the opening of year four of its successful virtual exhibiting program, My One-Page Exhibit, starting December 15 and running through February 15, 2024. The exhibit program is free to enter and open to all. ATA membership is not required to participate. Rather than offering judging or popularity votes, the program focuses on expression, storytelling and sharing. The previous three years’ entries realized hundreds of exhibits from countries around the globe. Many entries were submitted by ATA members giving the global philatelic family a glimpse of our topical and other philatelic interests. Submissions included exhibits from the United… Read more: My One-Page Exhibit!

Philatelic JeopardyPhilatelic Jeopardy
October 28, 2024

Philatelic Jeopardy is where we find questions for the answers of all things Philatelic!  Hosted by Guy Gasser.

GMCSC Christmas PartyGMCSC Christmas Party
December 5, 2024

It’s a fun time with lots of good food. Don’t miss out.

Club Member Event Only!

A stack or group of 100 or more of any one stamp, carefully sorted and tied into a neat little square or rectangle with a string or thread actually has a name or term. What is it called?

  • Opening of the Brooklyn Bridge
    by MysticStamp

    On May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge opened to traffic after 14 years of construction. It was the world’s longest suspension bridge at the time, measuring 5,989 feet. The post Opening of the Brooklyn Bridge appeared first on Mystic Stamp Discovery Center.

New Releases

Ansel Adams

Yosemite National Park, CA 95389

Floral Geometry

Burlingame, CA

Betty Ford

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Current USPS Issues

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