Active member
President Grupo Nexo.
President of the Organizing Committee of the NEXOFIL Awards for the Best Stamps in the World.
Vice President of the Philatelic Society of Madrid (SOFIMA).
President of the Publications Committee of the Spanish Federation of Philatelic Societies (FESOFI).
Vice Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 58th National Philatelic Exhibition Spain (EXFILNA).
Member of the Real Hispanic Academy Philately (RAHF), of the Philatelic Society of Sevilla (SOFISE), of the Valencian Society of Philatelists (SOVAFIL), Group Philatelic “Virgen del Carmen” of Jaen, of the Cuban Philatelic Society of America (CPSA ) and the International Cuban Philatelic Society (ICPS).


Telegraph Stamps and Telegrams from Spanish Cuba, 1868-1896.
Stamps and Postal History of King Alfonso XII of Spain, 1879-1889.
Stamps (Post, Telegraph and Revenue) and Postal History and Revenue History of "Arañitas" of Cuba in 1883.
Revenue Stamps and Police Records of Spanish Cuba, 1865-1888; and Revenue Stamps & Documents of Receipts Spain, 1862-1881.
Postal stationery: Quinta of Goya and Discovery of America (the 1930’s high inflation period).
Thematic: "La Boca del Correo (Mailbox)" and Open Class "Lottery Spain of XIX Century (Game in Spain and Colonies)".

Author of the Philatelic Publications:
"Study of Telegraph Stamps of Cuba, 1868-1896" (Gold FIP, FEPA, FIAF and Special Prize for Literature).
"The legend of La Maja Desnuda', Study of Quinta of Goya, 1930" (Vermeil FIP and FEPA and Large Vermeil FIAF).
Ambrosias Postcards, 500 Years of Art and Mail".

Director of the the following Magazines: ACADEMUS, EL ECO FILATELICO, SPAIN PHILATELIC.

Editor of “Academic Discourses" of the RAHF; "Notebooks of Philately", of FESOFI; "Library Studies of SOFIMA".

Gold Medal of Philatelic Merit of Spain.
Medals of International Philatelic Exhibitions: Gold, Vermeil Large and Vermeil.
Holder of the Gold Medal for Merit in Tourism of the Kingdom of Spain.
Latin American & Spanish Awards of Journalism.
Editor of the Year Award (Spain).

Spoken languages
Spanish, French.
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