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Attendees look for stamps to enhance their collections
Attendees look for stamps to enhance their collections.


LINPEX 2010 was held Feb. 27-28, 2010. View the 2010 Palmares.


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Information for Exhibitors

LINPEX 2010, the annual philatelic event hosted by the Lincoln (Neb.) Stamp Club, featured a competition for single- and multiple-frame exhibits on Feb. 27-28, 2010. Information about the event is available on the Club’s Web site. A prospectus and an exhibit entry form are available for download. You may also request these documents by mail from the exhibit coordinator:

David M. Frye
5600 SW 80th Court
Denton, NE 68339-3332.

The maximum number of frames per exhibit is ten for adults and five for juniors. The entry fee for each exhibit is $10 plus $5 per frame. Frame fees are free for junior exhibits, which require only the $10 entry fee.

A panel of three judged the exhibits. Their decisions were final. Judging granted awards on five levels: Gold, Vermeil, Silver, Silver–Bronze, and Bronze. Each exhibitor received a certificate of participation. Other awards will include those provided by AAPE, ATA, and USSS. The deadline for submitting entries for the competition was Jan. 31, 2010.

Please contact the Club with questions.

You can download the prospectus, an entry form for submitting an exhibit, and a dealer contract.

The American Philatelic Society featured LINPEX in a recent APS E-Xpress.

Cover and Cachet

LINPEX 2010 Show Cover
   LINPEX 2010 Show Cover

The Lincoln Stamp Club honored four naval Nebraskans with the design of its show cover franked with one or four stamps from the USPS’s Distinguished Sailors issue. Honorees include:

The event cancellation featured the outline of the USS Nebraska SSBN–739.

Covers may be ordered by mail. Send payment of $2 for a single stamp or $4 for a block of four, along with a SASE to:

Lincoln Stamp Club
3240 Sheridan Court
Lincoln, NE 68506-6142.


This year’s exhibition paid special attention to the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. The city of Lincoln itself honored President Lincoln with a series of events Feb. 12-15, 2009.

Exhibitors received awards for their work.