I have a large stamp collection that has postage stamps from around 1920 or so through the present (mostly 1920s through 1950s), mostly U.S. but some foreign as well. Most stamps came off mail and are in an album. Some have postmarks, some don't. I live in Boston and would like to take the collection in person to a dealer who won't rip me off, but I'm open to other alternatives too.
posted by scottso17
on Jun 9, 2010 -
I am a lazy butt and hate going out of my way to mail things. USPS ClickNShip
works perfectly for my needs, but now that I'm doing BookMooch
I want to use a cheaper postage method, like media mail. What can I do? [more inside]
posted by Madamina
on May 25, 2010 -
My wife wants to send stamps to a friend in the Philippines so the friend can write back easily. What type of stamps should she buy?
posted by stuboo
on Apr 13, 2008 -
I'm looking for an authoritative price guide for postage stamps, primarily US stamps from prior to 1960, similar to the Overstreet guides printed for comic books. There are a number of such stamps I would like to look up.
Online would be great, physical guides that need to be purchased would be fine too. Thanks in advance.
posted by John Kenneth Fisher
on Nov 23, 2007 -
Where can I buy vintage, valid US postage stamps for face value or near face value? [more inside]
posted by bonheur
on Sep 25, 2007 -
Where can I buy first class postage online? I need to be able to choose a custom rate (say, $1.57). [more inside]
posted by indyz
on Jun 21, 2007 -