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**** Announcement Nov 15th 2016! *** The exchange season for 2016 is now over. It is time for a small Christmas break before opening of new season sometime in January 2017.I thank all the participants. What a wonderful year it has been despite the fact that things started rolling as late as February and there were few unexpected breaks (due to health etc. issues in the family) in between. A grand total of 61 exchange letters containing 15,000 stamps were submitted for exchange (and likely few more are still on their of way). Of these over 7000 stamps were swapped, and only 8% of total was rejected as unqualified. These are definitely some very positive statistics, and I am more than happy to see the ratio of damaged goods has finally dropped below 10% mark. The next question is of course can we make it below 5% in 2017 (because […]
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