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Sarasota National Stamp Exhibition 2016
Sarasota, FL, February 5-7, 2016
Sarasota Municipal Auditorium
Friday, February 5
ARA/SRS Convention Dinner
On Friday evening, February 5, 2016, ARA and SRS members and their guests will be dining at Marina Jack, a very nice seafood, steak and pasta restaurant a short drive from the Sarasota National Stamp Show. The restaurant is located at 2 Marina Plaza, Sarasota. Their website is www.marinajacks.com.
The show closes at 5:30 pm and we can meet in the restaurant bar for cocktails. We will be seated at 6:30 pm in the main dining room at a group of tables. We will order from their dinner menu and be responsible for our own checks. IMPORTANT: There is a reservation for 20 to 30 people. If you wish to attend, please contact Eric Jackson and place your name on the list. The number of reservations can be changed if need be, but the restaurant requires a count well in advance. You may call or email, 610-926-6200 or email@example.com.
Saturday, February 6
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EXHIBIT & LITERATURE AWARDS
The American Revenuer, Michael Mahler, Ed.
First Days, Peter Martin, Ed.
The State Revenue Catalog, Dave Wrisley, Ed.
SRS Exhibit GOLD:
Permit Stamps, Federal-State-Tribal, Michael Jaffe
Proration, Ken Pruess
Rush Revenues, Aristocrats of American
Fiscal Philately, Michael Mahler
A License and Stamp System for Waterfowl Conservation in the 20th Century U.S., Will & Abby Csaplar
The American Revenuer, Michael Mahler, Ed.
Pennsylvania Local Deed Tax Stamps Catalog, Robert Conley, Ed.
State Revenue News, Dave Wrisley, Ed.
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Michael Baadke, Linn’s Stamp News, January 6, 2014
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Eric Jackson, The American Stamp Dealer & Collector, January 2014
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Michael Mahler, The American Revenuer, First Quarter 2014
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Cumulative Update Available (as of 12-29-15)
The Pennsylvania Local Deed Tax Stamps Catalog is available for ordering.
This catalog is the first attempt in nearly 50 years to classify these rare and intriguing issues, and will prove essential reading for those interested in real estate taxes or Pennsylvania.
This is a survey article by Scott Troutman published in the September 2012 issue of The Revenue Journal.
Links to this and other future articles, as well as to many philatelic organizations, may also be found on the Links page.
SRN on DVD
Want to do research for an article, or a specialized catalog? Catch up on the history of a particular topic? Or just want to search up a factoid to impress your fellow State Revenue collectors?
All issues of the Society publication are available on DVD, including published indexes. *
Formatted for Windows®. Adobe Reader® or Acrobat® required. Mail in a Publications Order Form to get your copy. Only $25 (Members $20); International $30 ($25), post paid. Available electronically by request.
*Members that have already purchased the original 1959-2010 DVD can receive a free 2011-current electronic file update just by asking the WebEditor!
U. S. City and County Revenue Web Site
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