There are a variety of auction houses and stamp dealers. Check your local yellow pages for dealers in your area. I would recommend obtaining a copy of some of the philatelic journals, Stamp Weekly or Lynn's Stamp News. There will be many ads offering to appraise collections. The American Philatelic Association can provide names and addresses of dealers also.
you can head over to www.mysticstamp.com. Those guys have been looking at stamps for 85 years. So they know their stuff.
The largest stamp collection in the U.S. belongs to the American Philatelic Society. Most are in agreement that the WWF Conservation Stamp Collection is the largest stamp collection in the world.
An E stamp is a picture of Earth. It has a face value of 25 cents.
pch=stampSince the beginning of the 2000s, the Royal Philatelic (Stamp) Collection has been housed at St. James's Palace, after spending the entire 20th century at Buckingham Palace.
A stamp collection
A stamp collection
Everyone hopes to come across the "Old Stamp Collection" that had been sitting in the closet for years. Bring the collection to a local dealer for evaluation. It will be a modest fee but it could be worth the charge.
There are a few names used for a stamp collection. The most common one is a stamp philatelic. A few other names that people use are stamp sets and stamp books.
Stamp collecting is called "philately".
It is typically referred to as a stamp album.
The complete subject in the sentence given is "A valuable stamp collection".
There are two other options open to you. The first is to contact a stamp auction house. They often travel and will make arrangements to stop by and evaluate. You need to be knowledgeable enough about the collection to insure they aren't wasting their time. The other is to contact a dealer in your area and ask them to appraise the collection. The American Stamp Dealers Association can help you find a dealer in your area.
At collection of stamps is refered to as a stamp collection. They are frequently kept in albums. Philately is the name for the study and collection of stamps.
no. You are thinking of Franklin Roosevelt who was famous for his stamp collecion.
It will have to be appraised by a knowledgeable dealer. A trademark that old indicates it may have some value. Condition will also be a major concern and any chips or cracks could be a problem.
It is usually known as a stamp album.
value od a 70th edition of ducks unlimited cloisonne framed stamp collection 1936 -1999
Contact a stamp collecting society/organisation and ask them if anyone could help you. They would know better than anyone as that is their specialty. Ask them if you'd do better selling the collection as a whole, or selling the stamps in smaller groups or individually. Another idea is to take your collection (or part of it) around to a few shops that trade in stamp/coin collections and a few get quotes. Try getting at least three quotes to start to form a picture of what it might be worth.
A stamp album.
Franklin Roosevelt was famous for his stamp collection.
You could do that. However, the tape is likely to ruin the stamp. Most collectors use an item called a hinge, a small piece of thin paper with glue on it. Hinges can be peeled off the stamp without damaging it. And the stamp is usually 'soaked' off the paper using cool water.