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Stamp Exchange 2015

If you are interested in exchanging stamps with me, you have come to the right place. Over the last 5+ years, I’ve made over 500 successful stamp exchanges (view archives for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014) using this blog. Anyone can participate, but there is a specific set of practices and rules that all participants MUST agree to follow.

*** Important update Jan 9th 2015 *****
My stamp exchange is STILL on temporary hold. Please DO NOT mail new exchange lots until otherwise informed. I will make an separate announcement on this page (and the blog) when the exchange resumes.

The rules of exchange

Watch and read the the below presentation. IT WILL TAKE ONLY 15-20 MINUTES OF YOUR TIME. (hint: click the icon on bottom right corner to view the presentation in full screen).

My stamp exchange from Keijo Kortelainen

Any failure to follow the rules stated above will lead to public ‘name and shame’.

Closing words

So to sum it up…The goal of the exchange is to be FUN, FAST and SIMPLE way to swap unnecessary duplicate stamps to something hopefully more useful. Follow the guidelines presented above, and you’ll do fine. That’s all there is…

Please remember to check the contents of this page periodically for any possible updates, breaks etc. . If you have any questions, just leave a question using the form below. And don’t be shy; there is no such thing as stupid question.

Summary of exchanges

Total number of Sample photos
# stamps received faulty /mint stamps stamps exchanged For me To sender
#ID: 1
Sender: Allan, UK
Date received: 16/2/2015
Date mailed back: 25/2/2015
530 82/29 226 photo photo

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