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:) Hello I collected Stamps in the 60s and 70s and then left the hobby. Now that I am in my 60s I am wondering how did my picks do? My name is Rob, I am a Veteran, a former LEO in the Animal control department, and spent most my life in life safety and security. I live in Maine but have lived all over.
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A warm welcome to all new members, enjoy Stampboards and enjoy posting.

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Welcome to all new members.
You will all enjoy here 🙂
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Hi all, I’m new to stamp collecting and from England. I’ve not totally settled on a specialisation as yet, but I’ve been buying a few things on eBay and researching online.
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Welcome to Stampboards Dommy.
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Welcome dommy to Stampboards. :)
Hello there, Greetings from India.
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Hi all. I'm based in the UK and have rediscovered stamp collecting after having forgotten all about it since the 1970's. Collected GB and India back in my early teens, just a basic collection. And then real life came along and it was somewhat distracting. :D

The interest rekindled recently, with several events coinciding. Reading an article on how stamp values have fallen since the 70's and 80's had got me thinking maybe I could finally afford those stamps I could only dream of as a child! Then inherited a collection to look after. I suppose you could call it an "intermediate" collection made from around 1920 - 1980. So going through that has been interesting.

My interests are currently quite narrow and specific. Mainly GB Victoria era. And also, back as a child, I'd gotten interested in India and the Indian States. Only had a few of them, but they seemed so exotic when compared to the more gaudy, colourful stamps the other kids liked. So I'd swap for those. Was interested to find this is an area now very popular and this is my other interest at the moment.

I've found the posts here on the India states totally fascinating and really appreciate them. They've played a part in rekindling my interest in that area. And I'm probably going to have a lot of daft questions!
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Hi,

I'm based in the UK and am looking for advice on selling my late fathers collection.
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Hello BrianCC23 & Cloudy,
Welcome to the Stampboards.
BrianCC23, i also love collecting Indian stamps and princely state stamps. Happy to see another collector who got bavk into Hobby again. Welcome:)

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Hi everyone

Looking forward to learning a great deal.
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Collection of WMF wrote: 21 Jan 2023 18:06 Hi everyone

Looking forward to learning a great deal.
Welcome "Collection of WMF" to SB.
Could you please explain what is WMF stand for? Google gives no results in relation to philately. Thanks
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Good day all,

Enthousiasticaly joined today, many thanks for the smooth onboarding.

Aerospace professional from Quebec, Canada collecting Canadian stamps for more than 40 years. Thanks to my father, I was hooked in my early years, and now this legacy continues with my son with which I enjoy this wonderful passion.

Again thanks for the warm welcome, may this new adventure here builds connections, friendships and new learnings through an amazing new experience :)

Cheers all and chat you soon

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Hello to Seba = Seba007 in Montréal, Canada, and welcome to Stampboards.

A recurring question posed by adult stamp collectors: How do I get my child[ren] interested in stamp collecting?

Your introduction provides a practical answer. Your father's enthusiasm for his stamp collection rubbed off on you, no doubt because he was happy to show you his stamps and communicate his enthusiasm. In turn, you have followed his example, shown your stamps to your son and, importantly, communicated your enthusiasm to him. That's a completely natural way of spreading the "good word". No need to give unsolicited gifts of stamps and collecting equipment — that can come later. The first gift is showing some of your collection and sharing your enthusiasm. :D

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Hello all

I am in South Australia and collected in the 60’s and 70’.Then a brief stint in the 90’s. I have dabbed my finger here and there since then. Now I am retired I would like to get some order to my collection be that acquiring and disposal of stamps

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Welcome Dear seba007 & carpo99 to Stampboards:)
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Hi Guys - Joined this board as we inherited a large amount of stamps from Grandparents. Looking to learn and see what we have - wasnt really into it at the start but I can see how people get addicted! John
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Welcome macjohnnymac to Stampboards
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Hello John = macjohnnymac in Barwon Heads, Victoria 3227, Australia.

We're not addicted to stamp collecting, we just Collect Responsibly! ;)
But seriously, so much knowledge, so much problem-solving, so much beauty, so much broadening of world view — the payback for serious philately is priceless. :D

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I recently bought a collection via auction to give myself something to do during the cold months. I am quickly realizing that most of the stamps in what I bought aren't worth much. But, I am also very intrigued by all the subtleties that comes with collecting. I can see how it could be very addictive.

Hello to all!
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Hello and welcome to kbaird62 in Fletcher, North Carolina, USA

Same comment as for John = macjohnnymac (two posts back).
RogerE wrote: 26 Jan 2023 00:50 We're not addicted to stamp collecting, we just Collect Responsibly! ;)
But seriously, so much knowledge, so much problem-solving, so much beauty, so much broadening of world view — the payback for serious philately is priceless. :D
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Hello kbaird62 and welcome to Stampboard :)

Almost anything may be addictive, and sometimes it's not a bad thing... Depends on the costs vs benefices :)
And depending of the level, from ennoying to passionnate :)
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Thanks for accepting my request to join. Like many I briefly dabbled with stamp collecting as a kid in the 80s in the UK. There was no eBay, internet or online shopping back then. I was limited to buying random stamps from booklets sent through the post or occasionally rescuing one from an envelope. Then teenage angst hit in, followed by work, marriage, a mortgage and modern life :) It was just before COVID hit that my wife spotted a stamp that featured a comic book character that I still read occasionally and this sent me down a rabbit hole from which I am yet to return from :lol:

I was originally going to just collect British stamps. But that changed to include perfins, Cinderella's (Lundy etc), Commonwealth, USA and the world. In a few years, and too much time spent on eBay, I have amassed an eclectic chaotic assortment of stamps and other odds and sods. Now is the time for me to bring order to that chaos.

Currently I am learning how to detect watermarks, look for phosphor, errors and the like. It would be easier if I just collected one of each Machin but the OCD in me wants each variant. I'm currently wrapping my head around putting a pile of Penny Reds into some sort of order and in some ways it feels therapeutic. Hopefully I get to learn a few more things whilst on here as well. Thanks again.
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Welcome to Stampboards yadster.
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Hello everyone. I started my collecting career back in the early 1960s when, passing Eric Etkins' stamp shop in London, I spotted the 1938-43 USA Presidential definitive set (MNH) beautifully displayed in the shop window for £8. I knew I had to have them, I was a student and £8 was a lot of money, but Eric allowed me to put a deposit down and I was able to get the stamps the following week. So I now collect Ireland, Germany, Italy, Vatican, Poland and Czechoslovakia (part)... oh yes, and of course, USA.
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tinahaskman wrote: 29 Jan 2023 01:33 Hello everyone. I started my collecting career back in the early 1960s when, passing Eric Etkins' stamp shop in London, I spotted the 1938-43 USA Presidential definitive set (MNH) beautifully displayed in the shop window for £8. I knew I had to have them, I was a student and £8 was a lot of money, but Eric allowed me to put a deposit down and I was able to get the stamps the following week. So I now collect Ireland, Germany, Italy, Vatican, Poland and Czechoslovakia (part)... oh yes, and of course, USA.
Tina, I assume you meant the shop which had two entrances on Cranbourne St. near Leicester Square. If so I went to that shop also with my late father in the 1960s.

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Welcomne to Stampboards tinahaskman !
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Hi everyone! I'm Sean, I'm in Canada, and... well, I'm not new exactly - I first registered and participated here back in 2013. But then life got a little hectic and I disappeared for many years, so I figured I'd post to say hello again.

As for stamps, I'm a generalist who considers himself a history buff first. Philately is, for me, a portal to different times and places that I'd otherwise not learn much about. I get excited by pretty much any stamp that tells a story. Really good lithography doesn't hurt either.

I've always got a soft spot for British Raj stuff, uglies, Canada, quirky locals, stamps from defunct nation states, and the weird oddities that skirt the line between postage and Cinderella.

As for non-stamp stuff, I'm a food writer, dad of three very energetic kids, and participant in a rather broad set of hobbies. Life's too short not to try stuff.

Cheers to you all, and here's hoping I can pop in here a little more often!
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Hello Sean_B, history buff first, stamp collector second, other hobbies also on the list...

A good friend of mine is a History Professor at Illinois State University. He is a keen stamp collector, who views stamps as primary historical records. As such, he has supervised Masters students projects using stamps as primary sources, and has himself published articles taking this viewpoint. His African heritage prompts him to take special interest in stamps from African nations, especially items issued around transitions from colonial status to independence — looking at the changes in theme, artistic style, transition from stereotypes, etc. A nice viewpoint, don't you think?

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Hello RogerE, and thanks for replying! Well now that is fascinating! That's exactly the kind of thing that I love about stamps. Their essential nature, coupled with the relative ease with which they could be prepared or modified (especially compared to coinage and paper bills) makes stamps particularly good at reflecting societal and historical change. I've actually been toying around with starting a YouTube channel dedicated to this kind of philatelic story-telling. Content and media production is a big part of what I do, so I'm just debating whether or not that particular side-hustle would fit into my life. Fingers crossed.

I'd love to know more about your friend's work! I'm pretty sure I figured out who he is based on the information you provided (T. Adedze?). I'll have to find some published work to read!

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capetriangle wrote: 29 Jan 2023 01:46
tinahaskman wrote: 29 Jan 2023 01:33 Hello everyone. I started my collecting career back in the early 1960s when, passing Eric Etkins' stamp shop in London, I spotted the 1938-43 USA Presidential definitive set (MNH) beautifully displayed in the shop window for £8. I knew I had to have them, I was a student and £8 was a lot of money, but Eric allowed me to put a deposit down and I was able to get the stamps the following week. So I now collect Ireland, Germany, Italy, Vatican, Poland and Czechoslovakia (part)... oh yes, and of course, USA.
Tina, I assume you meant the shop which had two entrances on Cranbourne St. near Leicester Square. If so I went to that shop also with my late father in the 1960s.

Enjoy Stampboards and enjoy posting.

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"Hi Richard

I did indeed mean the shop in Cranbourne Street. Incidentally. I was born in Arklow in Ireland, which has a district called Tinahask, so I am a man from Tinahask, called Errick. I lived in London for many years. Thanks for the good wishes.

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Errick, I apologize for fluffing your name, I assumed you were called Tina, hence the salutation.

I also lived in London for a short period, 1976-80, before moving to New York in 1979. My main collecting interests are Cape of Good Hope and Western Australia and I am fortunate to have gold medal collections of both with Stampboards threads devoted to their exhibits.

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Thanks to the administrators for allowing me in.
I reside in Germany and collect Saar stamps and cancels, among other things.
I am very much looking forward to exchanging views and opinions about philatelic subjects.
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Welcome to Hugo67 and Sean_B !
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Hello
Just coming from a long period of inactivity but I collected Stamps for a few years in the late 90's and early 2000's. Now I want to try to get back into it and hope y'all will help me with this.
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Welcome back to stamp collecting PatinaNumismatics in Braga, Portugal

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Welcome all new members.

Stamp collections can be organised, led/guided or they can be individual. Stamp collectors are all different, so it shouldn't be a surprise that stamp collections are too.

The great thing is that there is no fixed right way to collect and very few wrong ways.

I have never tired of researching the stamps I acquire, even the very simple and common stamps. Sometimes I have to make an effort and do some hard digging when the answers to the questions a stamp (or stamps) raise are clouded in mystery. Stampboards can be a big help there.

It all adds to the enjoyment of the hobby.
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