Lots of extras on their way for Stamp Collector readers


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26 December 2018
It's set to be a bumper year for readers of Stamp Collector magazine, with a series of ‘extras’ to be included with the magazine.

The February issue is out on 11 January and will include a FREE copy of issue three of Coin Collector magazine, giving readers two magazines for one.

The March 2019 issue will include your copy of the official Stampex guide, giving you all the information you need to make the most of a visit to the London show, along with a set of five collectable postcards (one of which is pictured here), each card featuring an image of a classic stamp.

Editor Matt Hill said:

‘The postcards we’ve produced in the past have been very popular and we’re delighted to be working with Mark Bloxham Stamps again to bring you this limited edition set. There will be another five postcards with the October 2019 issue of the magazine, completing another set of ten.’

The April issue will continue the series of bonus content, with every copy set to include the 2019-2020 edition of the PTS Directory, a ‘must-have’ guide to the UK stamp trade, featuring details of hundreds of trusted dealers. The A5 guide has been called the ‘yellow pages for the stamp trade’ and features every member of the Philatelic Traders’ Society.

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May’s issue of Stamp Collector will see the return of our sister magazine Coin Collector, with issue four of the coin magazine included. 

Looking further ahead, in 2020, Stamp Collector are delighted to be working with the organisers of the London 2020 international stamp exhibition, and will be producing the official catalogue for the event. Matt added: ‘It’s really exciting to be involved so closely with this major event which will see the stamp spotlight focus on our capital. The catalogue will be a great guide to attending the event and will also serve as a souvenir of the international.’

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