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How to preserve and build a stamp collection

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From acquisition into stamp collection (or oh, how I hate hinge remainders and other gunk on the back of postage stamps)9
Anatomy of acquired Spanish stamp collection - when 1+1 makes 33
Choosing proper storing and housing solution for worldwide stamp collection - the grand cost comparison, 2017 edition27
Heaven and Hell - a postage stamp soaking experience9
The anatomy of 100,000 stamp stamp collection (or Is a completing a world collection possible, take 2)21
Review of Edwin Delsing's 'Qualität von Briefmarken'6
A more scientific view on color variations and changelings on postage stamps6
Annotation techniques for stamp stock books23
How often do you view Your stamp collection critically? And what actions do You take if You notice anything alerting?36
South African definitive postage stamps of 1926/1954 - meet the Springbok and other iconic designs3
What do You do with stamps that have foxing / rust? 55
Mounting stamp collections digitally53
How deep to go when building a stamp collection? 16
Stamp stockbooks: Black versus white background on pages - not just a matter of visual preference21
Breaking the mold - mixing the world of traditional stamp album pages with stockbooks15
Keeping a worldwide stamp collection in order63
Keeping a stamp collection safe from dangers of natural surroundings19
Stock pages for stamps - Choosing a proper storing and housing solutions for worldwide stamp collection (pt5)32
Blank stamp album pages - Choosing a proper storing and housing solutions for worldwide stamp collection (pt4)3
DIY stamp album pages - Choosing a proper storing and housing solutions for worldwide stamp collection (pt3)62
Pre-printed (commercial) stamp album pages - Choosing a proper storing and housing solutions for worldwide stamp collection (pt2)12
Stamp stockbooks - Choosing a proper storing and housing solutions for worldwide stamp collection (pt1)20
A matter of storage - this is how I try to keep my worldwide stamp collection in order15
Q&A: stamp albums, stock books and other storage methods144

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