With more than 50 years of experience in selling stamps, coins and accessories, Nordfrim has become one of the go-to sources for collectors worldwide. We are a member of The International Federation of Stamp Dealers Associations (IFSDA) and The International Association of Publishers of Stamp Catalogues, Albums, and Philatelic Magazines (ASCAT). Our goal is to serve you, the customer, in the best way possible. That's why we make it our mission to provide exciting products at reasonable prices, excellent customer service, and we always ensure quick and accurate delivery. We continuously monitor our packaging and delivery systems, so that we may meet or exceed our customers' expectations – every time. Nordfrim is part of the Nordfrim Group, which is represented with stamp-related companies in more than 10 countries around the globe. The Group headquarters are in Otterup, Denmark, at the same place where our company was originally founded in 1965. We have a broad selection of products satisfying the need for every stamp collector ranging from i.e. classic stamps, stamp packets, wonderboxes, kiloware and new issues in addition to a broad array of stock books,albums and other accessories. We have a great new issues service based on agreements with foreign postal administrations, and this is why you'll find releases from areas such as China, Great Britain, Australia, Ireland, USA, Iceland, New Zealand, Hong Kong, France, Sweden, Greenland and Faroe Islands. We are the appointed agent for more than 100 foreign postal administrations and, after our purchase of Philagroup in 2007, we have now become the largest supplier of new stamp issues worldwide. Our new issues department offers not only standing orders on new issues from different countries, but also a broad range of thematics and continuity programmes that offers a new dimension to collecting stamps. Since 1976, Nordfrim has been the agent for the leading accessories brand Leuchtturm GmbH. In 2000, we added the leading Danish stamp catalogue publisher, AFA, to our assortment in an effort to supply Scandinavian collectors with the best means to evaluate their collections.