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Disneyana on Stamps Society


American Philatelic Society Affiliate 270

Certified Study Unit of the American Topical Association

DoSS was formed in January 2012.

Since that time we have grown rapidly and have over 300 members from around the world. Whether you collect only the Disney stamps or if you like fdcs, covers, cancels or meters, there is something here for you.  


As a member of DoSS you receive access to the member’s only, quarterly, online newsletter/journal Disnemation.  This includes a complete checklist of Disneyana on Stamps from 1968 to 2023; no charge want ads; up-to-date information on new issues; back issues of Disnemation;  the opportunity to contact Disney stamps collectors from around the world; access to the Handbook of Disney on Stamps – Parts 3 and 4; and more.

Any questions - don't hesitate to contact me at  

Also, check out our Facebook page at Disney on Stamps and make sure you 'like' it.

Have a magical day!  

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On October 16, 1923, 21-year-old Walt Disney and his older brother, Roy, founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio in Los Angeles, CA. Today it is the oldest continuously running animation studio in the world. Their first animated works was a series of cartoons starring a live action girl in an animated world and known as the Alice Comedies. Starting in 1927 a series of fully animated shorts starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was released and in 1928 the first sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie starring Mickey Mouse started the Disney brothers firmly on their way to success.

A single €0.85 gummed stamp and a same design self-adhesive were issued by Deutsche Post on March 1 featuring Disney’s main animated characters Pluto, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck looking up out of the stamp. Until the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) it was mainly upon these six that Disney’s fortunes rested. Designed by Jennifer Dengler, Bonn and issued in sheets of 10 in both gummed and self-adhesive sheetlets.



The process to gain entry to the ‘DoSS Member’s Only’ pages is as follows: former and prospective members must sign up after clicking on the ‘DoSS Member’s Only’ tab. will then send me an email informing me that this has been done.

If you are already a member I will simply approve the sign up and you will receive an approval notice advising you that your request was approved and you can now log in using your email and the password you chose when you registered for the website to view pages exclusively for DoSS members.

If you are not already a member, I will promptly forward you an application form, (if you have not already submitted one - see 'Membership' tab) and upon return of that I will approve your application after which you can log in at will.

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