Origin of philately
Related formsphil·a·tel·ic [fil-uh-tel-ik] /ˌfɪl əˈtɛl ɪk/, phil·a·tel·i·cal, adjectivephil·a·tel·i·cal·ly, adverbphi·lat·e·list [fi-lat-l-ist] /fɪˈlæt l ɪst/, noun
Examples from the Web for philatelic
You see there are still worlds to conquer, in spite of all the inky battles that have been waged by philatelic writers.What Philately Teaches|John N. Luff
But the most popular of all the philatelic publications are, of course, the monthly periodicals.Stamp Collecting as a Pastime|Edward J. Nankivell
A glossary of philatelic terms and guide to the identification of the postage stamps of all nations.
Once again, and this time the fact was noted in some of the philatelic journals, the imprint was changed.
It is with these two provinces that our philatelic story of Canada begins.