Selected study unit - Collectors of Religion on Stamps

There are few things that affect almost everyone in one way or another. One of the most prominent of those is religion in its many forms. With belief systems formed many centuries ago, it is only natural that spiritual symbolism began appearing on stamps of the world soon after the first stamps were produced. The Collectors of Religion on Stamps (abbreviated as COROS) society aims to study philatelic materials that depict these symbols, stories, relics, holidays, observances, clergy, theologians and any other facet of any religion worldwide. COROS is a non-denominational organization that serves members of all faiths. Membership in COROS includes a subscription to the quarterly COROS Chronicle which contains articles about religious depictions on stamps, checklist updates and more. Complete details are at the study unit's website,

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