Designing and Printing your own Album Pages
This is a different kind of link. Many members design, create and print their own custom album pages. Rather than list all the links separately, this link takes you to a discussion of this subject with embedded links to wonderful sites (many FREE). Note especially the threads for July 16, 2009 (2 posts) and August 13, 2013.
Dr. Cheng Chang's Worldwide Collection
"Welcome to Dr. Cheng Changâ€™s web site of world stamp collection by country. Dr. Cheng Chang intends to collect over 90% of the worldâ€™s stamps from 1840, the worldâ€™s first stamp, up to and around 1990, though collections from many countries, such as China, Canada, Germany and so on, are up to year of 2000 or even over. This web site is still under construction and will be updated by daily bases. Whenever a countryâ€™s collection reaches 90% completion or over, its collection will be posted on this site."
Exponet - Virtual Philatelic Exhibition
EXPONET IS A PLACE YOU MAY USE TO PRESENT YOUR VIRTUAL POSTAL HISTORY AND PHILATELIC COLLECTION. IT IS INTENDED AS A PUBLIC DISPLAY OF GOOD, VERY GOOD AND HIGH QUALITY EXHIBITS OF ALL PHILATELIC AREAS AND TIME PERIODS IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH OR OTHER LANGUAGES... THE AIM OF THE ORGANIZERS OF EXPONET IS TO PROVIDE A PERMANENT PRESENTATION OF HIGH QUALITY STAMP AND PHILATELIC EXHIBITS SO AS TO FACILITATE ON-LINE STUDY FOR VISITORS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Hong Kong Study Circle
The definitive site dedicated to British Colonial Hong Kong postage and revenue stamps.
Manchukuo Stamps: 1932 - 1947
An exhaustive collection of the stamps of Manchukuo ("State of Manchuria"). Excellent and detailed write up with scans of what appear to be the entire run of issues from this puppet state in northeast China and Inner Mongolia created by the Japanese following its seizure from China in 1931.
NY Stock Transfer Tax Stamp Identification
The most complete site about the NY State Stock Transfer Tax Stamps currently on the Internet.
Paleophilatelie.eu - representation of Paleontology in Philately
Paleophilatelie is a topical collecting of post stamps and another kind of philatelic material (covers, post cards, postal stationery, post marks etc.) depicted dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals or plants, fossils, fossil found sites, humans ancestors, paleontologists and contributors to the science as well as some museums with significant paleontological collections.
In other worlds this site is about representation of Paleontology in Philately.
POSTAL HISTORY, NEW ZEALAND & WORLD MILITARY. PHILATELIC FUNDAMENTALS
The site is being added to on a regular basis, although currently has been dormant during a major change of address.
It includes Postal History articles, from New Zealand, Great Britain, Military, Royal Navy, Social Postal History. Philately New Zealand, Great Britain, Fundamentals.
Aerophilately Pigeon Post NZ. Postal Stationery NZ, GB, Other. Postcards. Fundamentals. Collectables. Publications. Surplus items. Personal Information.
Sperati Forgery Index
his is an ongoing project that will show Sperati forgeries. It will be added to regularly.
Click on hyperlink to go to that country. Click on any stamp to see a 300 dpi image of that forgery.
The Antonius Ra Collection
Excellent general world wide collection. Nicely organized and displayed.
The International Machine Cancel Society
This is the website of the International Machine Cancel Society. The primary focus of the website is on US Machine Cancels, but they study machine cancels from around the world.
The 'unusual stamps' are stamps from around the world unconventional, unusual for materials used for forms and visual effects or other peculiarities. In these pages, divided into various sections - mainly inspired by the five senses - you will find interactive, multimedia, three-dimensional lenticular, fragrant with applied materials, made of wood, plastic, cloth or metal, with holograms, heat-sensitive, iridescent, custom , advertising, in Braille, with micro-text or other safety features with sizes from records, bizarre shapes and much more ...
The website is in Italian.