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Helpful for Beginning Collectors
Dutch Country Auctions - The Stamp Center opened for business on August 4, 1979, acquiring Dutch Country Auctions in 1983. As a result of this growth and the addition of Dutch Country (which dates back to the 1950’s) a comprehensive selection of services covering the ENTIRE philatelic, numismatic, and related fields are offered to a worldwide clientele.
delcampe net - Delcampe is a foreign based auction which deals in stamps, postcards, coins, books, old paper, and phonecards.
eBay - Ebay is probably the best known auction site on the web and has a well organized section of stamps.
Eric Jackson Revenue Stamps - Eric Jackson's current online auction features a large array of very desirable material. Every 21 days their site offers a new online auction. Also, on this site you can view color images and actually bid online for Revenue stamps and related material.
Robert Siegel Auctions - Robert Siegel's Auctions are held approximately twelve times a year, covering stamps, postal history, autographs and ephemera. Many of their auctions are specialized (including Confederate States, Postal History, Foreign and United States stamps), or are single-owner sales in specialized collecting areas.
Stamp Auction Network - a website that carries all of the major stamp auctions, with links to on-line auction catalogues, prices realized lists, etc.
Spinks Stamp Auctions - Every year the Spinks Stamp Department offers a wide-ranging series of exciting auctions with general sales, specialist one-country and single-owner sales, many resulting in record-breaking prices.
STAMP COLLECTING SOFTWARE AND RESOURCES
https://www.mapcon.com/us-en/stamp-collecting-software-and-resources - Great source for free and for sale programs for stamp collecting. Also links to stamp organizations. Thanks to new stamp collector, Jake, for suggesting this website.
American Philatelic Society - Serving stamp collectors since 1886. With nearly 35,000+ members in more than 110 countries, the APS is the largest, nonprofit society in the world for stamp collectors.
American Topical Association - Serves members in 60 countries. It is the largest philatelic society devoted to this specific area of stamp collecting. Organized in 1949, the ATA has over 60 years of service to its members. It is the best source of information, fellowship and authority in the topical stamp collecting field.
The British Air Mail Society - The BAMS, formerly the British Aerophilatelic Federation (BAeF) was founded in 1985 and incorporates the Aero Philatelic Club, London (1923) and the British Air Mail Society (1958).
The CONFEDERATE STAMP ALLIANCE - is a non-sectional, non-political organization for fraternity, research and cooperation among a choice group of hundreds of collectors of Confederate stamps, covers, and postal history. Its members' interests cover all possible phases of the stamps and postal history of the War Between the States, both North and South.
International Federation of Aero-Philatelic Societies - The FISA is the international representative of the interests of the Aerophilatelic and Astrophilatelic community.
The German Philatelic Society - provides information on joining the GPS, past issues of “The German Postal Specialist” (the GPS monthly magazine), the GPS Library, translation help, internet chat room and more. Check it out!
Southeast Federation of Stamp Clubs - All organized stamp clubs, postal societies, and other philatelic organizations may seek membership in the Federation. To be eligible, a stamp club or other philatelic organization (hereinafter referred to as a "member unit") must maintain at least six bona fide members and have elected officers.
Mobile Post Office Society (MPOS) - was founded in 1950 by a group of philatelists interested in the study of United States Highway Post Offices. It soon expanded to focus on Railway Post Offices, and eventually to the enroute distribution and postmarking of mail all over the world. It is a nonprofit organization, affiliate #64 of the American Philatelic Society.
The U S Cancellation Club (USCC) - was organized in 1938. It is the leading philatelic society devoted to the study and publication of information on obliterators used on 19th century United States stamps. The USCC is APS Affiliate #75. If you have an interest in the study of United States postal history and, in particular, the various obliterators found on 19th century United States stamps, then you should consider joining the USCC.
U.S. Philatelic Classics Society - is the successor of "The Three Cent 1851-57 Unit" (Unit Number 11) of the American Philatelic Society. Since its founding, the Society has broadened its scope to include postal issues and postal history from the Stampless era up to the Bureau Issues. We emphasize the need to share the results of our studies and research with fellow students and collectors. But most of all, we are here to promote enjoyment and fun from a hobby that has given us many hours of pleasure.
United Stamps Stamp Society - Welcome to the official web site for the United States Stamp Society. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run association of collectors to promote the study of the philatelic output of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and of postage and revenue stamped paper produced by others for use in the United States and U.S. administered areas.
The Wreck & Crash Mail Society - The Wreck & Crash Mail Society is devoted to the collecting and study of all aspects of delayed and/or damaged mail and interrupted mail services. Currently the Society is composed of four study groups, namely: the Air Crash Study Group, The Railroad Wreck Study Group, the Ship Wreck Study Group, and the Suspended Mail/Conflicts Study Group.