Eire Philatelic Association Auction Number: 


Auction Closing Date: 

February 15, 2017

Bidding in this ÉPA Auction is an exclusive right of ÉPA Members only - Non-members are not permitted to participate in this auction.

The Rules & Regulations governing participation in this auction are as set forth in the "ÉPA Auction Rules and Regulations" that can be viewed by clicking here.  Placing a bid in this auction constitutes acceptance of the Rules and Regulations under which this auction is conducted.  

Catalogues used for this auction are the latest Scott catalogues available to the Auction Manager, as well as other specialized catalogues available.  While material consigned is reviewed by the Auction Manager, descriptions of material offered and the establishment of the Reserve price are the sole responsibility of the Consignors.

Bids for Lots in this auction can be made by submitting a Bid Sheet to the Auction Manager via email (preferred) or USPS mail not later than the Closing Date noted above.  Email bids to the Auction Manager at EPA-Auction@roadrunner.com; or mail bids to Bob Kemper, 1301 Willow Bud Dr., Walnut, CA 91789.  An ÉPA Auction Bid Sheet can be viewed by clicking here.

ÉPA Members wishing to consign material for sale in a future ÉPA Auction should review the "ÉPA Auction Rules and Regulations" and submit their material to the Auction Manager using an ÉPA Auction Consignment Sheet that can be viewed by clicking here.  Donations of material to the ÉPA for auction are always welcome and will be acknowledged and the fair market value of the material may be used for tax purposes.

For Questions: Contact Bob Kemper (ÉPA Auction Manager) via email at EPA-Auction@roadrunner.com or by telephone at 1-626-826-0296.


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Notes and Comments: 

Scans of Lots with a limited number of items may be available via email by requesting them from the Auction manager at EPA-Auction@roadrunner.com.

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Our History

The First 50 Years

The Beginning - The Éire Philatelic Association in the 1950s

The year was 1948. In Brooklyn, Neil Stack, a 36 year old accountant, was occupying his spare time with his collection of Irish postage stamps. He was quite enthusiastic in his collecting, working towards a complete collection of Irish issues. Like many collectors at the time he subscribed to Linn's Stamp News and particularly enjoyed a column written by Frank R.A. McCormick.

Next Event

James Hoban Chapter Meeting

Date & Time: 

Saturday, March 18, 2017 -
2:00pm to 3:00pm


Washington, DC

The James Hoban Chapter of the ÉPA will meet at the James Hoban Restaurant, 1 Dupont Circle, Washington, DC, on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 2 pm.

The pub has great fish & chips, excellent Guinness, and good ambiance.  The Chapter Coordinator, Liam Malone, is also the editor of the ÉPA journal, The Revealer.

He will bring material devoted to the James Hoban 1981 Joint issue.  Please let him know if you are attending by emailing him at eparevealer@gmail.com, or call him at 202-288-1813.