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Should my PHQ stamp cards stay in the cupboard for another decade or two?

Best way to sell off my collection of Used UK PHQ Stamp Cards

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Rob Bentley19/05/2017 08:06:47
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I stopped collecting a few years ago but have amassed quite a collection of new issue UK stamps since the 1970's and also both sets of grandparents old worldwide stamp collections.

I know FDI are virtually worthless and my UK mint stamps I could use as postage if need be (as long as GBP£ doesn't get replaced by Brexit$ or something similar!).

However, I am wondering if there might be some demand for my collection of PHQ stamp cards that I spent ££££'s and hours obtaining alternative postmarks on. I really enjoyed the process back then, but financial circumstances have now changed.

Is there anyone out there who might be interested in buying them for a reasonable price, and if so, what would be the best way of reaching them?

Thanks for your help and advice.

Julian19/05/2017 19:15:00
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I think the question should be "Have you got the room for it"? They sound nice if you have and with alternative post cancels as well! It was through post cancels I got into trouble in the first place and I have 3 albums of just Royal wedding sets on PHQ cards. Good luck to whoever buys them off you anyway.

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