None of the following
links are paid-for advertising or sponsored
in any way. They are either sites that the
compiler found useful during research for
this web-site and is happy to promote, or
are personal favourites. Please support
them by clicking on a logo to enter your
is the main site to consider for
auction purchases. It covers all aspects
of stamp collecting. It is great for research
purposes, for many of the featured lots
contain valuable information that is not
to be found elsewhere.
search for "Printing" within the
eBay auction heading of Stamps.
search for "Printers" within the eBay
auction heading of Stamps.
you enjoy errors on stamps, especially British,
then look no further than
this site you can create custom images for
FREE, to use on your web-site, or in your
e-mail. There are loads of headings, buttons,
fonts and clip-art to download and it is
a most useful resource that comes recommended
and with the grateful thanks of the compiler
of this site.
Google Search Engine
the best search engine on the web for any
purpose - philatelic or otherwise. Google
helped the compiler find most of the web-sites
recorded as links within this database of
site reflects the interests that this well-known
American collector has in modern United
States philately and postal history, an
area so often neglected.
more obscure the item, the more Joann is
likely to be interested in obtaining it
and, perhaps more importantly, recording
it on her site.
Letter Box Study Group
letter boxes are of interest, then you simply
must visit this excellent site. It contains
many images and is a great 'taster' for
what letter box spotting is all about.
are also interested in collecting models,
stamps, postcards, etc and the quarterly
newsletter covers all these aspects. The
LBSG primarily covers British boxes.
National Philatelic Society is one of the
largest general philatelic societies in
Great Britain whose members are drawn from
throughout the UK and Overseas. It serves
a worldwide membership and
provides many facilities and services.
The NPS celebrated its Centenary in
having been founded by famous stamp collector
and philatelic writer Fred J Melville as
the Junior Philatelic Society in 1899.
Slania's on-line 'fan club', covering all
aspects of this now deceased stamp and banknote engraver's
work. A Guiness World Record holder three times
over, no less!
States Philatelic Classics Society
Philatelic Classics Society is the successor
of 'The Three Cent 1851-57 Unit' of the
was originally founded by a group of '51
to '57 specialists and since its founding,
the Society has broadened its scope to include
postal issues and postal history from the
Stampless era up to the Bureau Issues.