Where can I get stamps from?


Personalized Mailbox - You can save the stamps from the envelopes or postcards that come to your place.

Nearby/ Local Post Office - You can buy stamps from the nearby post offices.

Friends & Relatives - You can ask your friends and relatives to save the stamps from their mail for you.

Local Businesses - You can save stamps from the business correspondence that you get to your office or work place.

Pen Pals - Find a pen friend so that you can send each other letters with stamps which will help you grow your collection.

Stamp dealers - Stamp dealers help you get even older stamps for a certain add on amount. Dealers can be categorized into following major types:

Packet Material Suppliers - You can get stamps in bundles from these dealers. They are the bulk suppliers for packet material.

Country Specific Collection - You can get complete stamp year packs of particular or various countries from them.

Thematic Dealer - They can provide you stamps on the theme of your choice, but you may have to pay some extra bucks than the prevailing market rates depending on the theme you are collecting.

Mint Stamp Dealers - These dealers provide mint stamps in the form of single stamps, blocks, sheets, sheetlets, miniature sheet, year packs, etc. They generally have maximum of philatelic investors as their clients.

Other than Stamps



Local Stamp Clubs & Societies - You can join any local stamp club or society which will help you trade stamps with other members.

Stamp Exhibitions - Now a days, there are many stamp exhibitions organized around the world. You can not only participate and show your stamp collection to other collectors, but also you can buy stamps from the stamp dealer's stall placed there.

PhilatelicZone.com - Your one stop shop for buying worldwide stamps.





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