LINPEX 2014 Plans in the Works


Lincoln Stamp Club, LINPEX 2014 Show Cover, Mockup with Cachet and Cancel.

LINPEX 2014 Show Cover Mockup

The Lincoln Stamp Club will host LINPEX 2014 as part of the Club’s celebration of its fiftieth anniversary. YOu can find out the latest details on our dedicated LINPEX page.


Dates and Place

Here is the information for planning calendars:

Saturday and Sunday, February 22–23, 2014
Country Inn & Suites
5353 N. 27th St.
Lincoln  Nebraska  68521
Reservations: +1.800.596.2375 or 402.476.5353
Web: Reservations

About the Club

Stamp collecting has a long and rich history. Once just a children’s hobby, it has grown to become a pastime enriching the lives of children, adults who casually accumulate interesting stamps and envelopes and avid philatelists who study the history, production and use of all things relating to the worldwide delivery of messages and parcels.

The Lincoln Stamp Club is a group of forty or so individuals of all ages and interests who find the club, with its meetings, conversations and the other benefits of membership, an aid to enriching their hobby, their passion for philately.

So … welcome to the Lincoln Stamp Club. Check out the News about our meetings and events, see if the Resources inform your collecting, consider Membership or Contact us with a question. We’re glad that you share this passion for philately!

LINPEX 2013 Cover with Cachet and mockup of Emancipation Proclamation Stamp

Stamp Show Held in Lincoln February 23–24, 2013

LINPEX 2013 Recognized Emancipation Proclamation’s Sesquicentennial

In honor of the one-hundred-fiftieth anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s decision to issue the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863 , the Lincoln Stamp Club released a special commemorative envelope. This show cover featured the United States Postal Service’s new Emancipation Proclamation Sesquicentennial stamp, a show cancel using broken chains to symbolize the freedom of the slaves released from bondage by the proclamation, and a cachet. The cachet presents a profile of President Lincoln, based upon the statue by Daniel Chester French that stands to the west of Nebraska’s State Capitol in Lincoln,Nebraska. To the left of the president’s profile is an excerpt from the text of the proclamation:

… all persons held as slaves … shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free ….

You can read more about the history of the sculpture at http://capitol.org/building/history/lincoln-sculpture.

The show featured a variety of offerings:


LINPEX 2013 was held on Saturday, February 23, from 10:00 to 6:00 p.m., and Sunday, February 24, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

This is an updated location.

Quality Inn and Suites
1511 Center Park Road South
Lincoln, Nebraska

Find out more about the event.

A philatelist examines a stamp using a magnifying glass and stamp tongs.