The Albrecht Dürer Study Unit is a study unit of the American Topical Association and is dedicated to furthering the study of the art and philately relating to the German Renaissance Artist, Albrecht Dürer. Membership is open to anyone interested in the artist, his work and the stamps that depict his craft.
Interested in Membership?
Membership is open to anyone interested in the life and times of Albrecht Dürer, the German Renaissance master. Members receive the quarterly journal, Dürer Journal, and have access to an instant network of other collectors with similar interests. Click the “Join Now” button to sign-up online or to download the membership application.
Albrecht Dürer Quick Facts
The Albrecht Dürer Study Unit, originally organized in 1978, has been reorganized and is dedicated to the philately of Albrecht Dürer. The word “philately” encompasses stamps that depict the artist and his work, postal items related to the artist, commemorative postmarks for anniversaries and events, and more. The members of ADSU contribute to the growth and refinement of the ATA’s checklist of Dürer-related stamps, they contribute research and writings for the Dürer Journal and other publications, and they support other collectors in their quest for new and unique postal items and information. Members come from all walks of life and from around the world.
The Dürer Journal
The Dürer Journal is the study unit’s quarterly publication, released in the Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter of each year. Each issue covers news of the study unit, membership details, exhibition news and articles covering the art and philately of Albrecht Dürer.
The journal features:
- Study unit news and membership updates
- Examples of philatelic exhibits
- Dürer’s art and related philately
- Exhibitions and museum info
- New issues and much more