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The Webster Grove Stamp Club is one of the oldest stamp clubs in the St. Louis, MO metropolitan area. It was founded in 1928. There are about 75 members.
We meet the 1st and 3rd Friday evenings each month at 8:00 PM at the First Congregational Church, 10 West Lockwood (parking access from Gore). See maps
Each meeting consists of an auction and a presentation by a member or invited guest. In the course of a year, there is something that appeals to everyone.
Of the various clubs in the St. Louis area, Webster Groves attracts the most advanced collectors.
Get the list for the next auction here; it is available as both an Excel download and a webpage.
To place bids for the upcoming sale, send your bid in email (this link pops up your email with the proper address) to Your bids for the current sale should be sent by 15:00 Central Time (GMT-6) on the day before sale. Please include
Please Note: Your secretary only converts a spreadsheet to a web page and does not see the lots until the meeting.
If your bid is successful, you will be contacted immediately after the sale with instructions how to make payment and receive your lots. Only checks or cash are accepted.
Please While we will gladly accept floor bids from any visitors, mail bids are only accepted from members. Come visit us soon!
We are not an auction company and all volunteers!
Upcoming presentations in 2017 include:
|Nov 18||Distilled Spirits Excise Tax Stamps and Rectification Tax Stamps|
|Dec 2||"World War II-The Alpha & Omega”|
|December 16||Holiday Party and Auction only|
|January 6, 2017||Winter Theme|
|Wayne will be in town|
|Wayne is really here|
|♥ - Indicates out-of-town speaker|
⚫Notice to presenters: If you require a projector, special materials, or a computer, please advise the Secretary by clicking on the Webster link below. An email will pop up with address automatically.
For information about the or any other philatelic organizations in the St. Louis metro area, please drop us a line.
|David Beech, former curator of philatelic collections at the British Library visited us in October, 2016. Pictured with Alex Haimann who facilitated his visit.|