Stamp Collecting News

About this page: This page provides links to the most recent posts/articles from other websites. This page will be one you want to come back to often if you find you are interested in any of these philatelic areas.

FreeStampMagazine – Stamp collecting Blog

About Site – Freestampmagazine is a blog for all stamp lovers. Whether you are a philatelist or you are interested in background stories about any topic imaginable, fsmagazine helps you feed your hunger for curiosity.

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Canada Stamp News

About Site – Canada’s premier philatelic publication. A leading source of information about stamp collecting and related fields. A vital source of information about the hobby for both collectors and dealers.

  • Canada Post celebrates Elisapie with ‘Leaders’ stamp
    on June 14, 2024

    Renowned singer-songwriter, actor, director, producer, and activist Elisapie is being celebrated with a new stamp by Canada Post. Elisapie, who crafts and performs her work in Inuktitut, English, and French, has dedicated her life to preserving and promoting Inuit language, traditions, and culture through her diverse artistic endeavors.  Her stamp is one of three Indigenous The post Canada Post celebrates Elisapie with ‘Leaders’ stamp appeared first on Canadian Stamp News.


Waterfowl Stamps and More

About Site – Waterfowl Stamps and More is your comprehensive resource for fish and game stamps, licenses and prints.

  • An Important Story to Tell – Part Two; Finding the Golden Thread
    on February 6, 2024

    On the flight back, I started to get really excited about the military exhibit. The forerunner section seemed full of compelling possibilities and – if not done right – potential pitfalls. I placed a call to a long-time friend who is a national and international judge that I respect and trust. After discussing Will’s new… The post An Important Story to Tell – Part Two; Finding the Golden Thread appeared first on Waterfowl Stamps and More.

Dead Country Stamps and Banknotes

About Site – Featuring histories, stamps and banknotes from countries that no longer exist.

  • International Zone of Tangier, British Offices (1924 – 1956)
    on April 19, 2018

    ALBUM – International Zone of Tangier, British Offices Summary The International Zone of Tangier, located on the northwest coast of Morocco, was administered by a committee of foreign powers from 1924 – 1956. When Spain and France divided Morocco for … Continue reading → The post International Zone of Tangier, British Offices (1924 – 1956) appeared first on Dead Country Stamps and Banknotes.


Philatelic Database

About Site – Stamp collecting database for philatelists, stamp collectors and historians. Features stamp articles, stamp archives, a dictionary and philatelic directory

  • Stamps of Belgium: Birds of Antwerp Zoo (1962)
    on June 18, 2020

    This was an issue to aid Philanthropic Funds. It showed Birds of the Antwerp Zoo: 40c +10c. Cock of the Rock 1f. +50c. Red Lory 2f. +50. Senegalese Touraco 2f.50 + 1f. Short-beaked Toucan 3f. + 1f. Great Bird of Paradise 6f. + 2f.Congolese Peacock Designed by J. Van Noten after photos by M. Six.

APS Philatelic Literature & Research

About Site – The APS is the largest, non-profit organization for stamp collectors in the world. Founded in 1886, the APS serves collectors, educators, postal historians, and the general public by providing a wide variety of programs and services. This is the companion blog to the Philatelic Literature Review, quarterly journal of the American Philatelic Research Library.

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Reddit | philately: stamp collecting news and notes

About Site – A sub-reddit to discuss stamps and stamp collecting. Follow to find some interesting thoughts and information to inspire your stamp collecting.

  • Warning regarding mailing stamps from non-US to US
    on June 17, 2024

    For those in Canada (and anywhere outside of the US, I suppose) who intend to enter the 2024 Stamp Lottery, be aware that you cannot send loose stamps as letter mail. Letter mail can only include sheets of paper (which, in the Byzantine world of US Customs, does not include stamps). Envelopes containing anything other than sheets of paper (including stamps) must be inspected by US Customs, and must have a customs declaration affixed to the envelope, and will be charged at a higher rate. Even if you spread out the stamps so they can't be detected from the outside of the envelope, the envelope may get x-rayed and rejected. sheeeesh. FYI. submitted by /u/jzedd2 [link] [comments]

Paul Fraser Collectibles
  • How to grade your stamps
    on February 10, 2024

    Fancy joining the pros? Here's a starter guide on how to grade your stampsMore


My Stamp Collection

About Site – In this blog I will show all complete stamp sets I got on postcards through the week and stamps from my stamp collection.


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