|Jon Williams 1||27/11/2018 21:26:02|
|1 forum posts|
I have been gived a large quantity (200+) of new Zealand and australia stamps. They are in very good condition, i don't think they are that old but i don't want them. What does anybody suggest as the best way to get rid of them?
Is it worth listing them or give them to a charity shop?
Thank you for any advice
598 forum posts
Well I think what I would do, Jon, is maybe find out if there are any valuable stamps from the era you have inherited. So when I get some old Canadian stamps, for instance,which I may already have in mint form, I will first check my catalogue to see if there are some valuable used versions of them before I move the stamps on to someone else.
Hope that helps!
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