Here is a list of all the postings Kim Tomlinson has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Display Album|
So can I assume that no-one displays their stamps but just collect them!!!
Not quite right though
this is stock book layout
This is my idea but it's not quite right!
Edited By Kim Tomlinson on 08/02/2020 11:34:21
I will have to mock one up and see if result is worth the effort
I have been bulking out my older collection.
I am keeping them in Stock albums, but they are not ideal for displaying the stamps, some overlap (especially portrait ones), different sizes of stamps and sets and its difficult to neatly label up the dates and titles of the sets.
I am thinking of a large ring binder with black card pages with the stamp mounts stuck in and a white pen or pencil to title the sets and all nicely spaced.
Does anyone else do this as I can find no examples when googling, do you all just keep them in stock books?
|Thread: Phosphor Band's|
The stamp was mint, but same happens on used too
I have a 1/2D Machin I hold it to the light and it has two bands.
I have a £3 uv torch from ebay and it shows nothing up!
I have a £25 uv lamp from a dealer and it shows nothing up!
I am sure that years ago I had a lamp and the Phosphor bands glowed quite bright.
What's going on?
|Thread: SG MS1501 Comm. or Mach/def.|
A bit more googleing (other search engines available) I have discovered more minisheets.
I keep my stamps in stock books one set for Commemorative's and another for Machin/Definitive
Therefore I think I will get another stock book for minisheet's, panes etc.
"Stamp World London '90" Penny Black minisheet
Which side of the fence does this drop, Commemorative or Machin/Definitive???
Edited By Kim Tomlinson on 28/07/2019 09:12:13
|Thread: British Fine/Used Wanted|
I have some silly little gaps in my Fine Used collection and I cant find anywhere on line that sell single F/U stamps. Has anyone got spare fine used British Bridges SG 764, 766, Chistmas '70 SG 840, Literary Anniversaries SG 885,
|Thread: Phosphor Band's|
Yes they are British I am collecting stamps up to 2000,
I am just getting back into my collection after a few decades, I purchased a UV torch from flea bay to look at the Phosphor bands etc. It seems to work dimly on some but not at all on some I know have bands! I used to have another lamp back in the day but lost it, As I remember it used to make the band's pop out.
Is it my memory playing tricks or have the bands faded with age
|Thread: USPS Moon Landing First Day Covers|
I can.t even email a question on USPS Site as I have not a US Address
The click on Shipping info
The Postal Store® cannot accept orders for shipment outside the United States, but we do ship to APO/FPO/DPO addresses and U.S. territories
I can't find any international pages.
Is there any way to get the Moon Landing 50 Year Stamps in the UK.
I got the original one for the USA back in '69 as a gift and I has my address at the time written on it, I would like to get the latest set but is seems on the USPS site it says they don't ship outside the USA.
My father still lives at the same address as in 1969 so would love to get them shipped there.
|Thread: SG727 Issue date|
I just found a list for commemorative's on Wikipedia
Smiles are on the list, so I take it they are Commemorative and the others are not so Q1, Q3, Q4 and Q5 are definitive's (maybe)
Sorry I am back with a few more anomalies.
Q1 1990 150th anniversary of penny black, it’s commemorative but definitive in form, which way do collectors view it?
Q2 1990 Smiles Not commemorative but are the definitive?
Q3 1993 greetings booklet stamps which side of the divide do these fall?
Q4 2000 (6 Jan) New Millennium, same basic question?
Q5 2000 (15 Feb) Booklet stamps are these the same as in Q1 or a completely different area?
Generally where do these sit in your collections…
Thank you for your help. not the result I wanted, but that's the way sometimes.
So with no exact date a possible more problem like this in the decimal era....
I will save them in separate albums.
Again thanks all.
I am using stock books to keep my stamps and have one set for commemorative's and another for definitive's what with difficulties arising merging them and dates etc,
Now reviewing the info received here looks like I will go back to keeping them apart and definitive's in value order. As they are.
Is the correct term definitive's or machin's?
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