Monthly Archives: June 2014

Stamp Collecting – a Summer Hobby for Kids

With the 6 week summer school holidays fast approaching, the time is perfect for getting your kids interested in stamp collecting! Whilst this may seem a bit of a challenge when compared to the allure of computer games, Xboxes etc, it’s not as fanciful an idea as you may think. Basically, kids love collecting things. For example, let them loose on a beach and they’ll start collecting shells and how many of your kids bought a sticker book for the World Cup? I would wager quite a few! […]

By | June 30th, 2014|Other|0 Comments

Rare British Guiana stamp sets record at New York auction

The British Guiana stamp was owned by du Pont chemical empire heir John du Pont very rare 19th Century postage stamp from a former British colony in South America has sold for a record $9.5m (£5.6m) at auction in New York. It took only two minutes for the British Guiana one-cent magenta stamp to be sold to an anonymous bidder, The stamp had been sold three times before, each time setting the auction record for a single stamp. […]

By | June 18th, 2014|Stamp Info|0 Comments