Sharing my Australian stamps from 1960s-1970s

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Sharing my Australian stamps from 1960s-1970s

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A few attractive stamps and sheets from my Australian Stamp Album published by Seven Seas Stamps.


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CharlesD

Some of these stamps are toned & need to be replaced before it spreads to the rest of your collection, The ones that need replacing are not expensive stamps.

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thank you brad a will look into it :

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I agree, I would remove the 35c horse now, as it looks badly toned ☹️
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BigSaint wrote:
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CharlesD

Some of these stamps are toned & need to be replaced before it spreads to the rest of your collection, The ones that need replacing are not expensive stamps.

Brad :)
Some of the PAGES show signs of rust - it looks like an album not in the best of condition.
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I see you have the 3 cent Queen Elizabeth coil, I’ve found that hard to find!
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Thank you Brad. You are right. I'm just getting on top of things lately. It's from an old album I haven't opened up in a while.
That's great Red. I'm new on here and welcome the advice. Any suggestions? Hopefully I can get more interesting content on here for all of you! Cheers, Charles :)

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Rockyman44 wrote:
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I see you have the 3 cent Queen Elizabeth coil, I’ve found that hard to find!
Yes it's hard to get Rocky! I got my coil set in 1974! Exciting memories! Charles :D

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