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The MS Jutlandia was built for the East Asiatic Company (EAC) by the EAC at the Nakskov Shipyard in 1934. She was 461 feet long with a beam of 61 feet and a draught of 36 feet. The Jutlandia was a combined cargo and passenger ship. She had a cruise speed o
alynstampcollector · 100 days ago

      I have been in two minds about whether to write this or not. I decided yes. One can see so many lovely stamps on various social media forums, most of them anyway are lovely, but a few that are lets say, perhaps ok just for ones personal collection ev
michaelatcddstamps · 101 days ago

Hello, I forgot all about this site until a few days ago.  Been really busy with other philatelic activities and my postings dropped off in some circles. But am back. I wrote in another forum a few weeks ago how important it was to have a good catalogue. S
michaelatcddstamps · 102 days ago

The MV MacDhui was built by Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd. of Glasgow in 1931 for Burns Philp on their New Guinea service. She displaced 4,561 gross tons with a length of 341 feet 9 inches and a beam of 51 feet 2 inches. Her engines provided 635 nhp and she
alynstampcollector · 113 days ago
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And, Alyn, my visual colour perception is so good I see shades galore. . . . . 
Posted in Blog studying Machins
95 days ago · From Theotoo
The images you show are of stamps which would not make it into my collection because of the obvious faults. To please the eye as well as provide value
95 days ago · From Theotoo
Hi,  thanks for reading me  and the comment..     as long as we enjoy our stamps that is all that matters..  there is no right and wrong way to do tha
Posted in Blog studying Machins
101 days ago · From michaelatcddstamps
Excellent post.  I am a one of each stamp person, but I think catalogues play a vital role in what we do as collectors.
Posted in Blog studying Machins
102 days ago · From alynstampcollector
Hello RTVStamps, Your blogs are very informative and a very interesting read.  I look forward to more of them.
112 days ago · From alynstampcollector
Amazing sheet. Money on stamps, Stamp on stamps, Birds on stamps. Three of my themes all in one place!
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136 days ago · From Theotoo
Interesting to read about how Canada as a nation was formed. Had no knowledge of this before.
161 days ago · From Suzan
Agreed, every stamp tells a story, and this is one I had not known about.
Posted in Blog The Katyn Massacre
163 days ago · From angrybird
Yes, was a largue process, but with great result.  
163 days ago · From rtvstamps
What a protracted printing process. But a nice stamp.
164 days ago · From Theotoo
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