Tag Archives: Exchanging Stamps

Recent Stamp Trades: Feedback

A few weeks ago, I placed an advert in a “Trade and Exchange” message board. I offered 50 Irish duplicates in exchange for 50 stamps from any  other country. I posted scans of about 220 Irish duplicates on this Blog. … Continue reading

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New Policy on Trading

In my experience most trades and exchanges work out well. Things CAN and DO go wrong ….sending mail around the world is problematic. I am sure I have sent stamps which never reached the destination. And I accept that some … Continue reading

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Why I Rarely Trade Stamps

I should preface this post by saying that two months ago, I sent off 25 stamps to eleven different people and specifically asked for nothing in return. The stamps I sent were duplicates and of no real value. No big … Continue reading

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Making Better Use Of “Duplicates”

Being away from Stamp Collecting for over ten years (2001-2012) has given me a new perspective. Certainly on a personal level, I intend to be marginally less obsessive than I was in the late 1990s. Stamp Collecting ceases to be … Continue reading

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But…What Is It Worth?

A very good topic on a Facebook “Stamp” Group yesterday. “Would You Sell To A Dealer?” It is one of those questions which is slightly provocotive. In real life, there are few questions which can be answered with a simple … Continue reading

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Britain Duplicates…Page 1

Available for exchange. Just pick a number from the sheets below and I will send you some. Please choose ten stamps.    These are stamps given to me, when I worked in a large office. I have several duplicates of … Continue reading

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Irish Duplicates…Page 3

Some Duplicates which I have sorted out today. These are available for trade and exchange. I need used stamps from the 21st century. All Nations but I prefer stamps from Central and South America and Middle East.

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