|Company||Amos Media Co.|
|Based in||Sidney, Ohio|
Linn's Stamp News is an American weekly magazine for stamp collectors. It is published by Amos Media Co., which also publishes the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue, the Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers, and the Scott Classic Specialized Catalogue of Stamps and Covers 1840-1940. Linn's was founded in 1928 by George W. Linn as Linn's Weekly Stamp News.
The size of the paper shrank in late 2007.
The front page of the publication features news from the stamp world, including significant new stamp issues around the world, major auctions of rare items, significant new discoveries, philatelic controversies, and notable events, such as eBay's ending two programs that regularly examined stamp and coin listings for the purpose of deterring fraudulent sales.
Each issue has additional news stories inside along with a wide variety of features and columns.
Regular features include:
Collectors who subscribe to the weekly publication also receive Linn's Stamp News Monthly. Linn's Stamp News Monthly includes a special section devoted to new listings in the Scott catalog. The monthly publication also features:
Collectors also can subscribe to Linn's Stamp News Monthly only, at a reduced price. Subscribers can read the complete contents online at no extra charge. Several eNewsletters are sent each week that contain excerpts to Linn’s stories with links to the full story online.