IPPS 4th Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  32 Pages, 32 color
  . . .take a look
  NEW 2015 Spanish Philippine Surcharge Era Book
  1881 to 1888
  1 Volume, 98 pages
  $40 (USA and Canada)
  $55 (Rest of World) COLOR Hardbound
  . . .more info


  IPPS 3rd Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  40 Pages, 39 color
  . . .take a look
  IPPS 2nd Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  56 Pages, 52 color
  . . .take a look
  IPPS 1st Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  52 Pages, 43 color
  . . .take a look
  Time To Pay IPPS Dues
  Roll call for membership
  payment, and member's
  email address changes.
  IPPS 4th Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  36 Pages, 36 color
  . . .take a look
13.10.14  IPPS All-Era Auction #66
  Nov. 7, 2014 -- 362 Lots

  For auction listings and prices realized - click here.
  IPPS 3rd Qtr Journal
  Now online
  See Member's Section
  44 Pages, 39 color
  . . .take a look
  NEW 2014 Ngo's Catalogue
  Everything 1946 to 2013
  2 Volumes, 1,100 pages
  $200 COLOR Hard-bound
  . . .more info


  Just Started
  PDF File Formats
  More Wanted!
  . . .take a look


Title Photo—Bill Oliver
Graphics bar—
Nigel Gooding

Started January 2009
Free Counters from
Number of Visitors
Free Web Counters


The International Philippine Philatelic Society (IPPS) was founded in 1974.  The Society is based in Manila with a separate overseas operations branch established in 1986.  The Philippine and Overseas operations are linked together to form the IPPS.  At the present time, IPPS-overseas operations have more than 200 members, covering 12 different countries (approximately 150 in the United States).


The IPPS publishes the all-color 36+ page quarterly Philippine Philatelic Journal (PPJ) pertaining to all aspects of Philippine philately, including new issues, membership news, meeting announcements, mail sales, national and international auction results, general topics, and serious research on Philippine philately.

IPPS sponsors regional and national meetings in the Philippines and United States.  The IPPS is one of the sponsors of the philatelic exhibition PHILPEX in Manila.  In 1996, the Eugene A. Garrett Award was created and is awarded to the Philippine exhibit judged the most outstanding at each APS eligible World Series of Philately show.

IPPS encourages research by promoting articles and books published by its members.  Published topics include serious research on the stamps and postal history of all periods.  Refer to the Philippines Philatelic Book Store under Publications in this website for a list of member publications currently available to all collectors.

more details... 

This website's Featured Link:

A compilation of some of the best Philippine collections ever formed with over 10,500 quality images from every era.  Researched descriptions with images include source, realizations, references, known copies, and so forth. With the assistance of Tommy Sim, the IPPS is proud to sponsor this site that will take you to a higher level of understanding of what Philippine philately is all about.  Click the logo above and see for yourself.

Since there are over 10,000 images, you may find it easier to narrow your search using the above search box.  Simply enter a keyword(s) and click the search button.  For example, using reintegros will return 7 links with 6 referencing Arnold H. Warren research.  Or, type in "Russell & Sturgis" and this will return 9 links including 5 different covers.  Use the browser back arrow if you wish to return to this page from the Google results page.  (Search also includes Gooding, Stanfield, and this IPPS sites.)

Abraham Luspo, Jr. (1953-2008)

Website sponsored by the IPPS- Overseas Operations