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How do I start collecting stamps?
Will it cost me a lot to start a collection?
What kinds of stamps are there?
How do I remove stamps from envelopes?
How should I organize my stamps?
What kind of stamp albums can I buy?
How do I put a stamp in the album?
Is there anything else I need?
How can I tell what a stamp is worth?
How should I judge the condition of a stamp?
Where else can I find stamps?
What other stamp materials can I collect?
Other philatelic collectibles
Are there any stamp groups I can join?
About Stamp Collecting

Interested in started your own stamp collection?

There's nothing like a colorful marine aquarium to bring the amazing aquatic world of reefs, plants and animals to the surface. Or an excursion through the desert to explore the diverse world of creatures thriving in hot, dry climates. That's right, stamps take you on "eco-cruise" through our earth's radically different ecological communities. Stamps offer us insight into the major cultural trends and inventions of the 20th century through the Celebrate the Century program. Plus they honor the artists and authors who shaped our vision of the future. You'll find the pulse of our great country living in the large collection of postal stamps. Stamp collecting can be a lifelong fun and educational hobby for all ages. It's easy to start your own collection without a big investment. Read on to find out how to start your own collection.

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Daffy Duck

All this information was taken from the United States Postal Service website. Click on the stamp above to go to their website.

My stamp collection is for my daughter, Savannah, and this entire site is dedicated to her.