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 Last Post: 07/09/2020    Last Visit: 08/07/2020
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 Location: Melbourne, FL, United States
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About Me

J. Randall Shoemaker
Founder PSAG, Committee Chairman

Born and raised in Miami, FL

Married with two children and five grandchildren

Graduated from Michigan State University, 1965-71, BS and MS, Human Physiology

Cancer Research, 1971-73, The Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Disability Examiner, Social Security, 1973-78, Denver, CO

J. Randall Rare Stamps, President, 1970-1986, Buy and sell exceptional quality Classic United States, 1842-1869 issues.

Founded Professional Stamp Experts (PSE) in 1986 and was President and Senior Expert, 1986-2009

Founded Philatelic Stamp Authentication and Grading, Inc. (PSAG), 2009 to present, as President and Senior Expert, expertizing and grading United States, Canada, Canadian Provinces, Canal Zone & Hawaii and Philippine Islands (both U.S. & Spanish Administrations).

Originator and Developer of the universally accepted Grading System for postage stamps

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