This site is full of stamp collecting tools, information, and stories of this great hobby, which can be found using the links in the toolbar at left and embedded page links that you can click for more specific and detailed information. Plus there are tons of pictures and videos - like this US Stamps video (mostly 1850s to 1930s).
Let's start with the most common questions for someone that is trying to sell stamps and we'll jump on to other topics from there.
How much are your stamps worth? Click for more on stamp collecting values.
I want to give you the tools you need to figure out what is best for you without the hundreds of hours of research it takes to gain a comprehensive understanding of the hobby and current market.
Maybe you are interested in learning more about the hobby. We should talk and I want to provide all the information you need.
You can be enticed with stories and pictures of famous old US stamps like the Zeppelins of the early 1930's - issued at the height of the Great Depression - or you can read and submit your own stories and photos of modern custom postage stamps.
Are you already a lifer? Great! Help me make this a gathering place for like-minded philatelists.
I’ve got to confess I will try to influence you to join the best hobby in the world. Prepare to be tempted...and I can't control where life will take you if you catch the bug and start spending your Friday nights flipping through stamp albums!
Trying to figure out where to find good info can be scary, even if you're just wondering what to do about those old stamps sitting in the attic.....how to go about that should be easy to find too.
I can't imagine how stressful it must be to try and figure out to do with a stamp collection, often inherited, without previous stamp experience. With that in mind I want to provide clear and useful information on stamp collecting.
This is a work in progress started in August 2012 but I hope to have a few decades to keep working on it and adding useful information and stories J
How to sell stamps, figure out what they’re worth, what stamp collecting supplies work best for you, and we have to spend some time on the great stories of collecting lore...wow, there's a lot to do so I better get to work!
To Navigate through the site just click on a link that sounds interesting - the embedded links in the pages and the links in the navigation bar at upper left are a great place to start.
Also, you can use the Google Search bar further down or go to the SiteSearch page which has further search functions.
Please let me know what you think, contribute to the site however and wherever works for you (the site is setup for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+), and don't hesitate to let me know what you think should be added next.