Here Stephen Osborne of Stephen Osborne Stamps and Addisson Bryden & Co explains the value of stamps in catalogues.
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Scott catalog managing editor Chad Snee discusses market activity that positively affected values for selected modern United States stamps in the upcoming 2019 Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue.
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In this video I will give you a systematic method of sifting through stamps to assess which are likely to have value. Once you've identified those you can further study only the important ones and build a picture of the value. In the second half we will look at where you can go to find out the value of a stamp and where is the best place to sell the collection.
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Watch as Linn’s Stamp News editorial director Donna Houseman discusses the reorganization of the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue that will begin with the 2018 edition.
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A video of United States stamps 1 - 101 according to the Scott catalog There are no number 47 - 61 in the regular catalog so those are not in this video. I also included New York (9 X 1) and St Louis (11 X 1) , you will see those at the end of the video Even though you might think you see the same stamp over and over, you really are not, these are listed separately in the Scott catalog. I also included blocks of 4 of some stamps and pairs as well
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These are rare stamps worth money. So search for the most valuable stamps at flea markets, yard sales, and antique stores because your postage stamp collection could contain these old stamps that sold for thousands of dollars!! PO BOX 16104 Ludlow, KY 41016 ___________________________ ►TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/couchcollect ►INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/couchcollectibles ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/couchcollectibles/ ►CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/JCouch ___________________________ Welcome to Couch Collectibles formerly known as Couch Coins! I’ve collected rare coins, baseball cards, and many other rare collectible toys since I was a kid. I'm sharing this collecting experience with others through educational videos on YouTube. Come along and join me on this exciting journey by subscribing right now as we look at the most valuable toy collectibles and rare coins that you could find at yard sales, flea markets and garage sales! MUSIC USED ON CHANNEL CREATED BY: Alan Walker, Kevin MacLeod, Marcus, Maxzwell, Doc Hollywood, Breakfast at Tiffanys Instrumental, Party Drug Instrumental, Partner In Crime Instrumental. DISCLAIMER: Some non affiliate links may have been used throughout the video creation process of this content.
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! A substantial fine mint & used collection in a well- filled Stanley Gibbons 1937 to 1952 "Crown" printed album for issues Aden & States, Antigua, Ascension & Australia through to Tripolitania, Tristan da Cunha, Turks and Caicos, Virgin Is & Zanzibar with almost every page filled or nearly so. Plenty of complete sets & high values, some old pencil notations on pages that should rub off but the stamps themselves appear fresh and very fine with plenty of noteworthy items. Huge catalogue value (approx 3000 stamps).
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the first 101 stamps that were issued in the Netherlands according to the NVPH catalog. These stamps were issued between the years 1852 and 1913. Technically a bunch of Port Paid stamps were also issued, these stamps are cataloged separately so I don't not include them here either. Here is what is included, the numbers in parantheses are the catalog numbers 1852 William III (1-3) 1864 William III (4-6) 1867 - 1868 William III (7-12) 1869 - 1871 Coat of arms (13 - 18) 1872 - 1888 William III (19 - 29) 1876/1894 Numeral of value (30 - 33a) 1891 - 1894 Princess Wilhelmina (34 - 44) 1893 - 1896 Princess Wilhelmina (45 - 48) 1898 Queen Wilhelmina (49) 1899 - 1913 Numeral of value (50 - 55) 1899 - 1921 Queen Wilhelmina (56 - 76) 1924 Queen Wilhelmina (tete-beche) (61b - 61c) 1899 - 1905 Queen Wilhelmina (77 - 80) 1922 Queen Wilhelmina (81) 1923 Queen Wilhelmina (82 - 83) 1906 Tuberculosis (84 - 86) 1907 M.A de Ruyter (87 - 89) 1913 Centenary of Dutch independence (90 - 101)
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This is my very dear and highly prized stamp album of Great Britain that I have had for about 5 years. Prices are strong this year for British Stamps, some doubled or tripled since last year. They seem to be climbing so this makes for good hedge against inflation. British stamps in my opinion will always be popular among collecters because they are the originators of stamps. I collect from all over the world but I like to concentrate mostly on US and British Stamps. This is only the first of my many stamp albums that I would be posting. Please subscribe because I would be posting more videos in the future.
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http://www.stampmanage.com - Video shows how to sort a list of stamps by SCOTT number, change the columns, etc... StampManage is officially licensed to use the industry standard SCOTT numbering system. https://youtu.be/jS4GRebIlY4
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! Japan 1876-1986 High Catalogue Stamp Collection in Scott "Speciality" Album. Mint and used (mostly mint, especially 1940 onwards), some mixed condition but mostly fine and fresh, including many better stamps and sets. Note 1876-86 "Koban" series including 30s, 45s and 50s mint; 1894 Wedding set (5y mint); 1896 War with China set (2y & 5y Prince Kitashirakawa mint); 1898-1908 "Chrysanthemum" set used; 1916 Investiture set (scarce 10s used with heavyish cancel); 1919 Peace set; many commem sets thereafter (generally mint); most National Parks sets and miniature sheets (a few of the earlier miniature sheets with faults); many other NHM/unused miniature sheets 1947 onwards including 1947 Kyoto Exhibition, 1948 Hokusai Centenary, 1948 Kumamoto Exhibition, 1948 "Beauty Looking Back", 1950 24y Phoenix Temple, 1951 14y Himeji Castle, etc. etc.; 1949 8y "Moon and Brent Geese" mint; 1949-52 Famous People complete set mint; 1950-51 definitive 10y to 50y mint; 1951 Tourist Issues complete mint; thereafter with high level of completion mint/NHM (defins and commems) through to mid 1970's, then sparser NHM to 1986; good AIRS including 1952 complete set (SG 630/35) mint; Japanese Post Offices in China (mostly used); etc. An impressive and valuable collection! (approx 1,300 stamps plus 75 min sheets) View online at http://www.sandafayre.com/itemdetails.aspx?s=550192
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Watch as Linn’s Stamp News senior editor Denise McCarty reports on the just-released Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue Volume 1A and Volume 1B.
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! Old Time QV Stamp Accumulation with Huge Catalogue Value! A pile of album pages incl. printed Windsor set, stock cards and loose in packets, with stamps accumulated from numerous old collections and auction purchases etc, rather mixed condition throughout though with many good seen, with some mint, then mainly used ranges incl. 1840 1d blacks (4), 2d blue pair, 1841 2d strip of three, various later line engraved issues incl. 1d plates to 224, ½d plates set (less pl. 9), an unused 1½d, various postmark interest; Embossed issue, extensive Surface printed with huge catalogue value into many £1000's, with loads of plate numbers, key values and large high values to 5s, plus 1d lilacs, Jubilees incl. useful mint and much else. A great opportunity for the specialist, we have pulled out a range of some of the better material for the scan. (Guess 1200 stamps) View online at http://www.sandafayre.com/itemdetails.aspx?s=506842
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iHobb.com is your complete online source for stamp albums, catalogs, and stamp collecting supplies. Shop iHobb.com with confidence, knowing that the items you purchase will be new from the publisher, discount priced, and we offer a complete 'no haggle' refund policy. If you return the item for any reason within 15 days of purchase we will refund the full purchase price of the item(s). iHobb.com is a major on-line source of albums and supplies for collectors, plus stamps and postal history. We service the supply needs of stamp, coin, post card, currency and banknote collectors, and many others. We are always looking at new ways to be of service to collectors. Our stock includes Scott, Minkus, White Ace, H.E. Harris, Whitman Press, SAFE, Lindner, Showgard, Prinz, SuperSafe, Allsyte, Linns and many more Our growing staff is working to provide you with prompt and accurate service, and the economies of ecommerce allow us to offer the lowest prices for all of your collecting needs. We take our commitment to ship all orders within three days very seriously. Occasional supply issues, particularly with the European Album companies, and short term supply problems with certain U.S. stamps can cause us to miss our commitment, but we are serious about our effort and make the goal 99% of the time. iHobb.com is your complete source for collecting supplies. We service the supply needs of stamp, coin, post card, currency and banknote collectors, and many others. We are always looking at new ways to be of service to collectors. Our stock includes Scott, Coin World, White Ace, H.E. Harris, Whitman Press, SAFE, Lindner, White Ace, Showgard, Prinz, SuperSafe, Allsyte, Linns and many more. CONTACT US Phone: 760.724.2332 Email: [email protected] Monday-Friday 9am-4pm Join Our Collector's Community! www.facebook.com/internethobbysupply
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If you are interested in viewing or purchasing any of these stamps, go to: www.CollectorsCorner.com/ Your stamp is just around the corner at Collectors Corner! Scott# 446, 1914 4c Brown coil, PSE Gem 100, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=22597877 Scott# 479, 1917 $2 Dark blue, PSE XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=41713270 Scott# 480, 1917 $5 Light green, PSE XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=41713267 Scott# 614, 1924 1c Dark green, PSE Superb 98, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=41746772 Scott# 615, 1924 2c Carmine rose, PSE Superb 98, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=41758282
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If you are interested in viewing or purchasing any of these stamps, go to: www.CollectorsCorner.com Your stamp is just around the corner at Collectors Corner! Scott# 67, 1861 5c Buff, PSE Ungraded 0, Used http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=34977791 Scott# C6, 1923 24c Carmine, PSE Superb 98, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=39547002 Scott# J26, 1891 10c Bright claret, PSE XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=32652753 Scott# PR76, 1879 $24 Dark violet, PSE VF 80, Mint OGh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=22493612 Scott# 279, 1898 1c Deep green, PSE XF-Sup 95J, Mint OGnh http://www.collectorscorner.com/Products/Item.aspx?id=32395773
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! From the Dawn of Philately - A Classic Stamp Collection! CAT £55,000++ A collection that should be in a museum! A series of large string- bound pages written up by hand with spaces for stamps as hand- drawn circles. The British Empire & overseas stamps range from Argentina, Baden, Bayern, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bremen, British Guiana, Brunswick, Canada, Chile, Colombia, etc, etc - through to Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Wurttemberg. So many great stamps such as the USA 1869 96c Lincoln top value, or the French stamps to 5fr, GB values to the 1867 5s rose PLUS SO MUCH MORE. Classics abound, the main collection was formed in the 1860's with a few stragglers added by the late 1870's. Almost all the stamps are damaged and stuck down (as was the method of the times) with a total catalogue value in the region of £60,000. Very few collections from the dawn of philately still exist - this one was almost certainly started before the first stamp albums were manufactured! (approx 780 stamps) View online at http://www.sandafayre.com/itemdetails.aspx?s=527196
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http://www.giddz.com/scott.html complete world wide scott stamps download only £9.99 for six volumes the complete set
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! United States Stamps: 1851-1974 highly useful and valuable stamp collection in a Minkus printed album. Largely used and incl. 1851-57 12c Washington (four margins, pen cancelled), 1857-61 1c, 10c, 30c, 1861-66 incl. 15c, 24c shades (2) and 90c (one straight edge), 1867 grills to 10c and 12c, 1869 set to 15c, 1870-71 with grill to 15c, without grill all values to 90c, 1873 to 90c, 1881-82 re-engraved 6c, 1890-93 set, 1893 Columbian set to 50c, 1894-95 set to 50c, 1895-98 to $1, 1898 Omaha set to 50c, 1901 Pan American set, 1902-08 to $2, 1904 Louisiana set, 1915 Panama-Pacific sets for both perfs, various Washington/Franklin types to $5, plus coils and imperf variants, 1933 Chicago Exhibition imperf sheets; Airs from 1918 and 1923 sets, Postage Dues, Special Delivery, Parcel Post 1912-13 to $1, Confederate States General issues 1861 5c, 1862 10c, and much else; generally good, see scan for a selection. (approx 1475 stamps). View online at http://www.sandafayre.com/itemdetails.aspx?s=495135
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http://www.giddz.com/scott.html complete world wide scott stamps download only £9.99 for six volumes the complete set
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! Splendid Antique Lincoln Stamp Album (9th Edition Circa 1914). ASSEMBLED BY A WORLD TRAVELLER Displaying a highly useful world collection of 19th century to 1920's material, plus the odd later addition; assembled by a well travelled collector with some pages displaying notes such as Austria stamps "bought in Austria in March 1908" through to the Uruguay "bought in Montevideo March 1910" etc; so much of interest in here incl. some loose items tucked between the pages; we note the Europe section with Austria from classic imperfs, Belgium from 1849 20c (fine with four margins), Denmark from imperfs, France with good mint Merson and Sower issues to 1f, Germany with 1872 10g and 30g mint, Gibraltar 1904-08 to 1s and 2s mint, Great Britain from 1840 1d black, 1883-84 1s cds with good colour, 1887-1900 Jubilee complete set to 1s green/carmine mint, Netherlands, Hungary with c. 1909 set to 5k mint, Italy with Definitive values to 5L mint (2 diff), Malta "bought in Malta 1909" with 1904 to 5d vermilion and 1s grey/violet mint, Monaco to Albert 5f cds used, Norway range of mint Posthorns, 1905 1k on 2s and 1.50 on 2s mint, Portugal 1910 set mint, Sweden with some nice cds examples, Switzerland with better mint to 5f; then Asian countries with better Ceylon with QV to 2r 50 used, a wonderful lot of earlier CHINA issues incl. Chefoo and Shanghai local posts mint etc; Hong Kong, India from 1854 imperfs and States, Japan, THAILAND with 1887-91 to 64a mint plus postal stationery items, Malayan areas; then African area with Azores, Egypt again with postal stationery, German East Africa useful mint, British Colonials; The Americas with strong USA to many better values, Canada with QV to 20c mint, and West Indies, Latin countries; followed by Australasia incl. Victoria postal stationery cancelled to order, and so much else; some mixed condition and this well travelled album has taken a bashing over the years, but all in all a most exciting old timer with huge catalogue value. (Approx 3500 stamps).
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https://www.stampcollectingsoftware.com - Intro to our StampManage Canada software. Use it to inventory stamps from Canada & the Canadian Provinces StampManage Canada includes up-to-date values for all Canadian stamps in several grade categories. Virtually all stamp listings include an image of the stamp and are indexed by SCOTT catalog number. #CanadianStamps #WorldStamps #StampCollecting
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http://www.sandafayre.com - we sell stamps and stamp collections through our weekly stamp auctions; we also offer free stamp collecting resources to help you with your philately! Nineteenth century to 1950's mint and used, virtually all different, mostly fine and fresh. With ANGOLA (approx 340 stamps) from 1870-85 "Crown" range to 300r, including 1911-12 Republica overprints to top values, "Ceres" range to 10E and 10a, 1948 "Our Lady of Fatima" set used, 1951 Birds set to 40a, etc.; also Portuguese Congo (approx 120) strongly represented throughout including several complete sets. AZORES (300+) 1868-1931 nicely represented, including issues for Angra, Horta and Ponta Delgada. CAPE VERDE ISLANDS (approx 220) including 1877-85 "Crown" range to 200r mint & 100r used, 1886 Straight Label set, good later overprints and surcharges. MACAU (approx 230) powerful range with 1884-85 "Crown" values to 300r mint/unused (including 80r on 100r) and to 200r used; good 1885 and 1887 surcharges; 1888 Straight Label values to 200r unused and 100r used; 1894 Carlos values to 150r; 1894 surcharges range to 47a on 300r; 1898 Vasco da Gama values to 24a; 1898-1900 Carlos range to 47a; good range 1902 surcharges including 6a on 200r bisect on piece; 1911 2a on half 4a mint; and onwards with many useful values e.g. 1936 5p Albuquerque fine used, 1948 pictorial 3p & 5p fine used, 1952 St Francis Xavier set mint, etc. MADEIRA (50+) from 1871 including solid run of Funchal issues. MOZAMBIQUE (approx 900) including Inhambane, Kionga, Lourenco Marques, Mozambique Company, Nyassa Company, Quelimane, Tete and Zambezia - plenty of complete sets and better values evident. Portuguese African Colonies (9) general issues. PORTUGUESE GUINEA (approx 150) from 1881, nicely represented. PORTUGUESE INDIA (approx 300) from 1877 "Crown" types onwards, with better values and useful surcharges. ST THOMAS & PRINCE ISLANDS (200+) reasonably represented throughout. TIMOR (approx 90) including sets and better values. Impressive! (approx 2,800 stamps).
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http://www.usapostagestamps.com/ Though Postmasters' Provisionals and Locals may have preceded them, the 1847 5-cent and 10-cent stamps represent the beginning of U.S. philately to most collectors. Traditionally, the 1847 stamps occupied the first two spaces in albums, but due to their high catalog value, most young collectors of U.S. stamps could not afford to buy them. Hence, these spaces were almost certainly left empty. Such circumstances have created a certain mystique about the 1847 stamps, which hold a special place in the minds of many collectors since they are the premiere issue and represent a genesis of sorts. On March 3, 1847, Congress fixed the future of the U.S. postage stamp by passing an Act to establish Post Roads "and other purposes" [Congressional Record, March 3, 1847]. It appears that stamps fell into the category of "other purposes." Effective July 1, 1847, the placement of an adhesive stamp on a letter paid its necessary postage. With the authority vested in him by the statute to prepare postage stamps, Postmaster General Cave Johnson retained Rawdon, Wright, Hatch and Edson (RWH&E), a New York City banknote engraver and printer, to print the first postage stamps. His choice was likely premised on the fact that RWH&E was the prominent firm of the time, and the firm had engraved and printed the New York Postmasters' Provisional two years prior. RWH&E became part of the American Bank Note Company in 1858. Jacob Perkins, founder of the famous British printing firm of Perkins, Bacon and Company, invented the process by which the stamps of 1847 (and nearly all early U.S. stamps) were engraved and printed. First, a die was made by engraving, in reverse, a single image of the design. This engraving was etched into soft steel and then hardened. An arc-shaped band of soft steel called a 'transfer roll' was rocked repeatedly over the die, transferring the impression from the hardened steel die into the soft steel of the transfer roll. The image on the transfer roll was not in reverse. Next, a plate large enough to accommodate two side-by-side panes of one hundred entries each (to be laid down with 10x10 entries) was held fast to a table. Although not conclusive, evidence indicates the transfer roll was placed above the left side of the plate. The impressions were then rocked in one position at a time, starting at the top of the column and working downward, until all two hundred transfers were made. These images were in reverse, and the plate produced the positive image postage stamps. Wade Saadi
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North Korea and its recent anti-American stamps have created quite the stir in the media. Scott catalog new-issues editor Marty Frankevicz explores this phenomenon and offers some much-needed philatelic perspective.
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The German postage stamps from the early 1920s to 1945 tell a story. You can see from what is on these stamps what was happening at the time, they show a progression in history as well as how Nazi propaganda made its way even into the postage stamps used in every day life. This is for historical purposes only, I do not condone anything that the Nazi regime did but I find these stamps to be kind of fascinating with respect to how they tell a story and are in some ways a historical record of a terrible time in modern history which I hope will never repeat itself.
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If you are interested in viewing or purchasing any of these stamps, go to: www.CollectorsCorner.com/ Your stamp is just around the corner at Collectors Corner!
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Learn more about Scott Specialty Binders and shop our entire selection of Scott Specialty Binders and Slipcases online: http://bit.ly/2aXuqg0 Scott Specialty Binders are the perfect stamp storage solution for both the beginner and advance stamp collector and enthusiast. The high-quality materials and durable metal hinges provide the best protection and storage of your stamps for years to come. With multiple sizes of binders available and matching slipcases, you can be sure to buy the exact Scott Specialty Binder you need for your Stamp Collection from Amos Advantage. Need help ordering? Call the Stamp Supply Experts at Amos Advantage - 1-800-572-6885
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http://www.findyourstampsvalue.com/ To find your stamps value please enter a brief description such as scene or words represented on stamp, denomination and color (use only simple colors) of your stamps. Also also you can input information about date of issue, stamp's perforation and print method if you know it exactly!
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This is a quick look at the New 2017 Unitrade Specialized Catalogue of Canadian Stamps. You can get your own right from Canada Post here: https://www.canadapost.ca/shop/new/p-342124.jsf?execution=e1s1 or from any your favourite Stamps dealers.
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