DELPEX Stamp Show
~ Delaware's Largest Stamp Event ~
Brandywine Valley Stamp Club's DELPEX Annual Stamp Show
Grading Stamps
Delaware Stamps
BVSC Board

The Brandywine Valley Stamp Club usually meets on the second Wednesday of each month, except July and August, at The Summit Retirement Community meeting rooms. In addition, meetings of the Stamp Swap Club are planned three to four times during the year; see program schedule for details.

Annual dues are $15.00 and are due in January. Please submit an application with $15 payable to Brandywine Valley Stamp Club to: Mr. John Howker, 513 Ridgeview Drive, Hockessin, DE 19707-2315.

Next Delpex Show: - April 21, 2018

Order the 2017 Show Cover:

$2.00 per cover, by mail, include SASE, from:

Walt Connelly

213 Trinity Avenue

Wilmington, DE 19804

Links below are for the 2017 Show.

2018 Updates will begin in early 2018 - stay tuned!

2017 Publicity Poster Link

2017 Show Program

2018 Exhibit Prospectus

2018 Exhibit Entry Form

2017 Bid Board - More Box Lots than Ever!

The 2017 Bid Board with ~ 535 Lots !!!

The Bid Board will close at 3:30 P.M. at the sound of the Air Horn!

DELPEX Postage Stamp Dealers for 2017:

Table No. and Dealer Name (Minor Changes Pending)

      1. Ryan Terlecky
      2. The Stamp Center/Dutch Country Auctions/Russ Eggert
      Rich Marolda
      4. Will & Kathy Appel
      5. K2 Collectible Stamps

      6. Clarke Stamps/Gates Clarke
      7. Fisch's Stamps/Bill Fisch
      8. Albert's Stamps
      C & D Philatelic - Charlie Hamilton
      10. Stamp Man
      11. Robert C. Swed

      12 Penn Valley Stamps and Covers/Julius Nagy
      13. Darrell Yeisley
      14. Hugh M. Clark
      15. L & R Stamps/Lesley Botte

      16. Jack Ott
      17. Frank G. Soeder
      18. W.D. "Bill" Snyder
      19. Robert J. Loller
      20. Big Lick Stamps

      21. Eastern Shore Stamp Co.

          The theme for 2017's show:
        Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of
        the Birth of John F. Kennedy
Delpex Exhibitors for 2017:

1-3 Philippines: Japanese Occupation Postal issues of the World War II occupation period. Macario A. Sarreal, Cherry Hill, NJ

4-7 The Horse on United States Postage Horses on U.S. stamps and stationery from 1869 to date. Sandra Graper, Wilmington, DE

8-9 The American Design Series of U.S. Definitives An in-depth look at the many varieties of this seemingly simple current series of low denomination regular issues. John Graper, Wilming ton, DE

10-14 Enclosed 5-cent Domestic Rates - U.S.P.O.
Acts of 1845 and 1851. The stampless era. William Schultz, West Chester, PA

15 The Special Booklet Paper Printing of 1928
For improvement of centering and control of shrinkage.
Robert G. Rufe, Hockess in, DE

16-17 Saga of the Emancipation and Advancement
of Black Americans Key factors and contributors toward bridging the racial divide in the United States. James Blaine, Claymont, DE

18 Death Through the Letter Box: Early Canadian Mourning Covers
This exhibit illustrates early Canadian mourning covers (1859-1909) that were used to convey a message of the loss of a loved one to family and friends. Different envelope features show the wide variety of envelope and back flap floral designs. Ronald E. Majors, West Chester, PA

19 The Declaration of Independence
Mark Mellian, Newark, DE

20-23 Comedy on Stamps
The four “C”s of comedy, Clowns, Cartoons, Characters and
Russell Foss, Boyertown, PA

24-26 The Statue of Liberty
From Concept to Present.
Russell Foss, Boyertown, PA



    The 2017 DELPEX Stamp Show and Bourse looks to be one our most successful shows yet!

    Our Show is Saturday, April 22, 2017. Doors open at 10:00 AM, and close at 5:00 PM.

    The DELPEX Stamp Show is an all-ages event for stamp enthusiasts throughout the Delaware Valley.

    We are just minutes from South Jersey, Philadelphia and Northern Delaware.

    Nur Shrine Center
    198 South Dupont Rd (route 13)
    New Castle Delaware 19720


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From I-95 0r I-495 - go to 141 SOUTH, turn south on US 13, pass Route 273, you are almost there! (Nur Shrine on your LEFT).

From South/West: Route 40/Pulaski Highway - head towards Rt 13 & 40 split (or merge), the Nur Shrine is on your right.

From New Jersey - Cross the Delaware Memorial Bridge, take US 13 South, pass Route 273, and look for the Nur Shrine on your LEFT.


Organizing and running the show requires the work of many people.

If you would like to help please contact Bill Clark (