Post-Paid Prices for Single Copies of Journals or Monographs
For delivery in the U.S. — $5 for members and $7.50 for non-members
For delivery elsewhere — $7.50 for members and $10 for non-members
For special, large issues marked with an asterisk (*), add $2.50 to the sale price.
Quarter Page — $150 or €140 for four issues
Half Page — $250 or €230 for four issues
Full Page — $450 or €420 for four issues
Contact our editor for more details.
Our thanks to Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library
Our special thanks also go to the Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library (RMPL) for providing their printing
facilities to print our publications. The RMPL is a wonderful philatelic library that is managed and supported by a very dedicated group of volunteer
philatelists. Several ICPS members are also members of the RMPL. We urge you to visit the RMPL Website to learn more about this great philatelic
library and consider becoming a member.
The Society will publish a quarterly Journal with all content in both English and Spanish. The Journal will have the following characteristics:
The full content of the journal shall be provided in both English and Spanish.
The journal shall be published in full color.
The journal shall be available in hardcopy or electronic form.
The Society's Editorial Board shall fully support the Journal Editor in the planning, preparation, publication, and distribution of the Society Journal.
The Society Journal will strive to provide content covering all periods of Cuban philately:
Spanish Colonial Pre-stamp Period until 1855
Spanish Colonial Stamp Period from 1855 to 1898
War of Independence Revolutionary Mail
US Administration from 1898 to 1902
The Republic from 1902 to 1958
The Socialist Revolution from 1959 to date
The Journal will also include a variety of other topics of a general nature such as Society news and reports, Treasurer's reports, auction results, committee and working group reports, letters to the Editor and responses, book reviews, ongoing activities in the world of Cuban philately, and anything else that might be of interest to Cuban philatelists in general.
Society members are encouraged to submit items to the Editor for consideration to be published in the Society journal.