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By |May 29th, 2015|

Travel the world on the magic carpets of philately. Stamp booklets take you back in time, reveal facts about historical events, shed light on cultural activities and help you learn about everyday living in distant lands. Booklets arouse your passion about current and past world activities, facts you might never have known but will enrich your life. The booklets start the journey.

Stamps of Finland: Ancient Finnish Castles (2014)

By |February 15th, 2014|

finland castles

Stamps of Jersey:Orchids V Booklet (2004)

By |January 1st, 2014|


Stamps of the United States: Harry Potter Issue (2013)

By |December 3rd, 2013|


The Lost Islands of Oceania

By |August 29th, 2013|


Stamps of Finland: Birch Twigs, Hot Air and Cold Water!

By |May 6th, 2013|

In 2009, the Finnish postal service depicted the traditional sauna in a five-stamp self-adhesive booklet.

Collecting U. S. Booklets – A Boundless Challenge

By |April 24th, 2013|

Early Self-Adhesive Postage Stamps of the USA Issued in Strips for Use in Affixing Machines

By |March 20th, 2013|

This article refers to the early self-adhesive postage stamps of the USA, issued from between November 1989 through December 1994, specifically those issued in strips for use in affixing machines used for the placement of stamps on first-day covers.

United States Flags on United States Stamps

By |March 9th, 2013|


Dummy, Test and Experimental Stamp Booklets

By |November 18th, 2009|


Prestige Booklets – from Stamp Booklets to Booklets with Stamps

By |July 8th, 2009|


The First U.S. Stamp Booklet

By |June 3rd, 2009|


Postal Service Savings Bank Contained Stamp Booklet

By |May 8th, 2009|


Cinderella Booklets

By |April 18th, 2009|


Sales Control Stamp Booklets

By |June 4th, 2008|

[This article was originally published in Linn’s Stamp News, July 2005.]

In the summer of 1890, 17 year old Robert M. Miller founded the Sons of Philatelia (S of P). He wanted to establish a philatelic society that was affordable to collectors. With dues of $.25, compared to the $2.50 annual dues of the American Philatelic Association (APA), the S of P was off to a good start. By October of 1893 it was adding members at almost 3 times the rate of the APA. The $2.50 APA dues in 1890 is equivalent to $48.84 in 2003 dollars per www.westegg.com/inflation/.