stamp dealer


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a dealer in stamps (whose customers are stamp collectors)

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The museum purchased the album from a British stamp dealer but declined to disclose the purchase price.
1 -- color) A sample of one of the 900 Russian pen pal letters Fred Iverson of Valencia recently bought from a stamp dealer.
To obtain stamps issued more than a year ago, contact a stamp dealer in your area.
A stamp dealer Down Under, who wants to remain anonymous, was so touched after spotting the story on our website he offered to send items as a goodwill gesture.
Please note that this is the address of the stamp dealer, not the RSPB office, so please do not send any correspondence or donations to this address.
A STASH of memorabilia from one of the most controversial Olympics in history has been unearthed by a stamp dealer.
Leading stamp dealer Stanley Gibbons says prices have rocketed in recent years as the internet has opened up the market.
THE March meeting of the Hodgetts Lane WI saw stamp dealer Barry Faulkner give a talk entitled Post Haste which detailed the postal system from its beginnings.
The stamps were produced by stamp dealer Clive Fegenbaum, the owner of Easdale Island, just two miles from Shand Kydd's home on the Island of Seil, near Oban.
A major auctioneer and professional stamp dealer for 42 years, Andrew Levitt has successfully handled over $300 million worth of philatelic properties.
He wasn't a stamp dealer he just loved collecting them and would spend hours browsing through his catalogues and arranging the stamps.
The company is also about to trial this project with a local stamp dealer so has access to a ready made pool of customers.
Stamp dealer ANDREW McGAVIN, 52, of Stow on the Wold, Glos, set up www.
This value figure come from Stanley Gibbons, the world's leading stamp dealer based in London's Strand.