Stamp Collector March 2021

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The sky’s the limit in the March issue of Stamp Collector as we explore the world of airmail with special articles on this popular stamp collecting speciality.

On Sale: 12/02/2021

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We pick ten airmail items that would enhance any philatelist’s album, chart the background and mail of the Berlin Airlift that saw Allied planes drop supplies in the aftermath of the Second World War, and examine the stamps and covers of the USA’s Airmail Week.


We keep our focus on the skies with an in-depth guide to astrophilately, charting the many different stamps to celebrate the beauty of the galaxy and space travel.


Back down on earth, we provide collecting guides to Gambia’s ‘Cameo’ stamps, the intriguing embossed designs that saw an impoverished country gain postage stamps that are now considered classics; and we detail a classic set from Zanzibar, giving you all the information you need to add the stamps to your collection. Meanwhile, our price guide details France’s early ‘Ceres’ stamps, providing a background to the issue and the latest prices paid online and at auction.


As the latest All About Stamps one-page competition comes to a close, we also showcase some of the many entries from collectors around the world, with each one-page display focussing on British stamps. And staying on these shores, we bring you details of Royal Mail’s first stamp issues of 2021.


All this, and so much more, including the latest news, new stamps, beginners’ guide, legendary stamp, first day covers, and another intriguing stamp story.

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