Stamp Collector April 2019


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Issue Number:
153
On Sale:
11/03/2019
Digital Edition:
£4.99
Print Edition:
£4.99 (plus postage)

Issue Summary

Includes your comprehensive guide to the UK stamp trade with details of hundreds of trusted dealers. A must-have for any stamp collector! Plus, a collecting guide to Switzerland’s beautiful 1960 definitives, and a look at espionage stamps, including a number of duplicitous designs...

On Sale: 11/03/2019

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The April issue of Stamp Collector is another bumper pack, with every issue including the 2019-20 edition of the PTS Directory (worth £10), the comprehensive guide to the UK stamp trade, with details of hundreds of trusted dealers, along with cross reference guides to enable you to buy and sell with confidence.

Inside the packed issue, we examine the ever-popular GB ‘Castles’ high value stamps in the first of a two-part feature, provide a collecting guide to Switzerland’s beautiful 1960 definitives, and celebrate the stamps of 'designer extraordinaire’ Signe Hammarsten-Jannson, the Swedish graphic artist who designed hundreds of classic stamps that deserve a place in any stamp album.

The ABPS Stamp Showcase provides a fascinating glimpse into communication between Prisoners of War during WWII, and our improved Market Insight pages bring readers another range of tips, advice and price information.

In our popular thematics pages we take a look at espionage stamps, including a number of duplicitous designs produced during times of conflict, and also cover subjects including bicycles on stamps, the Statue of Liberty and The White House.

Every issue of Stamp Collector also features expert articles on postal history, new issues, first day covers, postcards and so much more, making the magazine a must-read for anyone with an interest in the ‘hobby of kings’!

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