In Memory Of Martin Lewis Apfelbaum

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Martin Lewis Apfelbaum

Stamp Dealer - Earl P. L. Apfelbaum, Inc.

A resident of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Martin Lewis Apfelbaum was returning there from a trip to London to purchase rare stamps. He was the head of a retail, auction, and mail order stamp firm founded by and named after his father, Earl P. L. Apfelbaum, Inc. He had traded turns traveling to London ...

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