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What is a Stamp Collection?
  1. A collection of unique postage stamps.
  2. Stamps are categorized by country of issue.
  3. Used stamps are not excluded from the collection.
  4. Stamps saved for trading are not included in the collection.
  5. Edge differences are not considered for uniqueness, except
    when a stamp is issued in a perf form and a straight cut
    form (all four edges unperforated).
How Many Stamps?
Category Subcategory Qty. More? Trade? View!
Africa Botswana 5 No   GO
Kenya 17 No   GO
Malawi 17 No   GO
Rhodesia 66 No Yes GO
Zambia 4 Yes   GO
Republic of South Africa 0 Yes   GO
America (North) Canada 0 Yes   GO
USA 0 Yes   GO
America (Central & South)   0 Yes   GO
Asia   0 Yes   GO
Australia & Pacific   0 Yes   GO
Europe   0 Yes   GO
Other   0 Yes   GO
  Total Stamps: 66      
Links Other stamp sites 0 Yes   GO
  1. I no longer actively collect stamps. I keep this collection for nostalgic value, and
    as a historical reference to countries where I used to live.
  2. This web presentation of my stamps is created with pictures like you see above.
  3. Stamp details are displayed under the picture:
    1. Text on the stamp is first, preceeded by the label "Text:". A comma is
      inserted in the text for every line break.
    2. Denomination is next, and is labeled with "Den:"
  4. I have a fair amount of stamps in my collection and I may not know how to categorize them
    by country as I do not remember where I found them, or do not know the country
  5. If I don't know where a stamp is "officially" from, it will list where it was found.
  6. Each stamp picture is formatted as a 72bpi GIF file. Size is about 25% larger than actual.
    The picture files range from 8 to 15KB each. No more than 50 pictures are placed on a
    single page, to help break up the download times, but, you may have to be patient for all
    the pictures to load on some of the pages.
  7. You may download these stamp pictures for your own personal use, however,
    as a courtesy to me for using pictures that took me a long time to scan and format,
    I do ask that you give me credit where it is due, and, if used on the internet, provide
    a link back to my pages.
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Last edited: March 06th, 2011
Maintainer: Kevin R. Bulgrien