Fall Rossica Journal #171
The Fall 2018 journal has been printed and mailed to Rossica members. Once again it has 138 pages of fabulous articles. This time there were 26 contributing authors. There is something here for just about any collecting interest. Enjoy!
Nik Sorokin, Editor
Reserve Grand and Large Gold for Rossica journal at the APS StampShow
At the APS StampShow 2018 in Columbus Ohio (August 9-12) the Rossica journal has once again shared second place among ALL philatelic publications! This is the third year in a row that the jury awarded us with the Reserve Grand and Large Gold medals. The number one spot (Grand) was awarded to: "U.S. Contract Mail Routes by Railroad (1832-1875)". We shared Reserve Grand with "Bermuda: Crossroads of the Atlantic, A Postal History". Thanks again to all of the authors who make our continuing success possible!
Volunteer to Support the Society!
If you would like to support the Society with some of your free time, we are
looking for volunteers to support our website, our journal, provide translation or expertizing services and more!
You can volunteer online using the Volunteer Form (click this link or find it at the bottom of this page).
The Rossica Identification Service (RIS)
Rossica has introduced a new identification service, free to members, and a minimal $5 fee for non-members. This is not an opinion of authenticity service,
but is offered to help collectors tap the vast wealth of knowledge at the Society to help identify items in their collection that might be difficult to identify.
There is a link at the bottom of the Rossica home page, or you can access it at this link: http://www.rossica.org/ris.php.
The Samovar - Rossica's Discussion Forum
The Samovar is the Rossica Society's discussion forum, where all things philatelically Russia and related are discussed. Every forum except the Society Forum is
available for viewing by the general public. Visitors that wish to participate in our forum discussions must register first.
The Rossica Virtual Gallery (RVG)
Ever since the early 1980s, the Rossica Society would preserve information and material contained in its members' exhibits, and make that information
available to members through photocopies (usually black-and-white) or CDs/DVDs. Today, the Rossica Society is pleased to share our award-winning
exhibits to the public through our digital forum, The Rossica Society Virtual Gallery, or RVG. We have more than 36 exhibits digitized, and available
for viewing on a computer.