Welcome back to Stamp Bears. We are glad that you decided to join us again. If you have any questions please ask one of our great members, or send a pm to one of our staff members. Our Admin/Moderator team are here to help you.
Make sure to read our forum rules and make yourself familiar with them. Once you reach 50 post, the marketplace opens up, and you can start trading with other members.
Oh, our members here love to see other members collections. Once you settle in, don't hesitate to show some scans of your collection. There are many threads already started. If you cant find a thread to post your scans, start a new one.
Again, thanks for joining and look forward to your participation. Kris
I encourage members to visit his blog Big Blue 1840-1940 as it is a well-written and invaluable resource, especially to us classic era worldwide collectors. Lots of additional info for those who like to use the Scott International.
jkjblue, welcome back to the Stamp Bears family. Mike
Collecting Canada, US, UK, Ireland, Germany, Australia, NZ, France & Austria. Also collecting some classic era stamps of British Commonwealth countries and topicals like WW2, Capt. Cook, Horatio Nelson.
Hello and welcome. My lovely now retired sub-postmaster has some old stamps plus lots of post office stuff his wife complains fills the house! Some of it will end up in a museum, I'm sure!
I am a letter writer, snailmail addict. I send therefore I receive. I also manage a letter writing/correspondence forum called A World of Snail Mail and have a blog (link is in my profile). I sometimes post pictures on Instagram (username @aworldofsnailmail) Stamp themes - science, nature, postal history, maps, nice stamps.
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