Stamp Collection; If You Want To Start A Stamp Collection, Then Read This Guide To Stamp Preservation, Stamp Values, Types Of Stamps, Stamp History And More [NOOK Book]

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Do you want a stamp collection, but are not sure where to start? Are you interested in learning how to properly store and preserve stamps so that they last a lifetime? Would you like to know how to determine the value of stamps you may have? If you want the answers to these questions, then read this book, Stamp Collection, to learn more. Stamp Collection begins by explaining what a philatelist is and how stamp collecting originated. You’ll also learn about different strategies for stamp collecting, and even ...
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Stamp Collection; If You Want To Start A Stamp Collection, Then Read This Guide To Stamp Preservation, Stamp Values, Types Of Stamps, Stamp History And More

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Overview

Do you want a stamp collection, but are not sure where to start? Are you interested in learning how to properly store and preserve stamps so that they last a lifetime? Would you like to know how to determine the value of stamps you may have? If you want the answers to these questions, then read this book, Stamp Collection, to learn more. Stamp Collection begins by explaining what a philatelist is and how stamp collecting originated. You’ll also learn about different strategies for stamp collecting, and even creative ways to start getting those stamps! This book also shares ideas for learning how to value stamps and what is taken into consideration. Another crucial aspect to stamp collecting is learning how to properly store and care for your stamps. Without this, you may inadvertently damage valuable stamps if they are not properly stored. You’ll learn the tools you will need to care for your collection. Lastly, this book has great ideas to get involved with other stamp collectors. You’ll learn the benefits of joining a stamp club, or how to involve your children in stamp collecting through involvement in Boy Scouts. Not only can stamp collecting provide you with an enjoyable hobby, you’ll learn history along the way and create an investment that will increase in the years to come. What are you waiting for? Start your stamp collection today.

Look at what this book will teach you about stamp collecting! Here is a list of the chapter titles:

Chapter 1: The Land of the Free and Happy Philatelists
Chapter 2: The USPS and the World of Stamp Collecting
Chapter 3: The Real Deal about Stamp Collecting Prices
Chapter 4: A Stamp-ede in San Antonio!
Chapter 5: The Truth Behind Stamp Collecting and Value
Chapter 6: Tips on How to Get Started with Your Stamp Collection
Chapter 7: Grab Free Stamp Collecting Catalogues
Chapter 8: The Ultimate Price Guide in Stamp Collecting
Chapter 9: Collecting Specialties
Chapter 10: How Collectors Price Their Stamps
Chapter 11: Art Collectibles as Hobbies in the Form of Stamps and Coins
Chapter 12: 2 Things That Every Stamp and Coin Collector Should Know
Chapter 13: Tips For The Amateur Postage Stamp Collector
Chapter 14: What Makes a Good Stamp Collector?
Chapter 15: What’s the Buzz on Stamp Collecting?
Chapter 16: Why Collect Postage Stamps?
Chapter 17: The Excellent Tradition of Postage Stamp Collecting
Chapter 18: Buy and Sell Stamps
Chapter 19: Getting Stamps from a Reputable Supplier
Chapter 20: Getting Stamps from a Collecting Company
Chapter 21: Stamp Collecting 101
Chapter 22: A Guide to Stamp Collecting Supplies
Chapter 23: Get Connected With Stamping Community
Chapter 24: Tips on Collecting Canadian Stamps
Chapter 25: How to Keep Stamps Fine-and-Dandy!
Chapter 26: The Pros of Stamp Collecting Albums
Chapter 27: Collecting Specialty Stamps
Chapter 28: 3 Things to Do When Stamp Coin Collecting Becomes Profitable
Chapter 29: Why Not Join a Stamp Collecting Club?
Chapter 30: What is in a Stamp Collecting Merit Badge that Makes It So Special?
Chapter 31: Ways of Collecting
Chapter 32: The Encyclopedia of United States Stamps and Stamp Collecting

Enjoy the lucrative hobby of stamp collecting today!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014421591
  • Publisher: Enirtak Inc
  • Publication date: 5/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,099,708
  • File size: 217 KB

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