stamp collector

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a collector and student of postage stamps


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The Stamp Collector by Jennifer Lanthier, illustrated by Francois Thisdale and published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside, has been selected as a 2013 Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award Honor Book.
Stamp collector Alan Hughes (right, with father Arthur) after paying pounds 1,100 for a Penny Black (inset; Picture: GERALLT RADCLIFFE
One thing about stamp collectors is they don't use the stamps.
David Redden, director of special projects at Sotheby's said that as a schoolboy stamp collector this magical object was the definition of rarity for him and he knew about the British Guiana before he knew about the Mona Lisa.
She is has been the greatest support in my becoming a stamp collector," he says.
A stamp collector need not just collect stamps and arrange them in his album but should also try to read what the event says and what is being conveyed through them," he said.
She said she was a thematic stamp collector, gathering stamps depicting certain topics.
He was an avid stamp collector, a member of the Webster-Dudley Stamp Club.
Whitehurst clearly underestimated his market and was caught out by an avid stamp collector.
He was a professional stamp collector, and oversaw many auctions every year, in Wales and England.
AN ELDERLY stamp collector whose stolen collection included the rare penny black and was valued at pounds 80,000 has put up a reward for its return.
A STAMP collector claims binmen dumped his pounds 20million collection.
Hunt, a stamp collector, is a former labor market analyst.
I am a stamp collector and have a lot of First Day Covers and I possess one which gives all the above information and bears Pc Farrow's signature.
Stamp collector and 08 Ambassador John MacGlashen, 64, also from Walton, suggested war hero Noel Chavasse.