A couple I pulled out the mailbox today

Discussion in 'United States Stamps' started by Sam B, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. Sam B

    Sam B Active Member

    I finally found me a #648... been needing a mint copy for almost a year now to finally complete this page in my album :D

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  2. Sam B

    Sam B Active Member

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  3. zararina

    zararina Simply Me! :D

    Congrats and hope you can complete that second set of yours. ;)
  4. Steve Robinson

    Steve Robinson Well-Known Member Supporter

    I really do like the Civil Aviation ones :)
  5. Darrin

    Darrin Active Member

    Sam, are you looking for mint for the rest of this set?
  6. Sam B

    Sam B Active Member

    No, I'm happy to find used examples from this set. I don't see too many of these in my sorting of stamps besides the 286.
  7. jim

    jim Member

    I like the style of the page that displays your stamps ,did you design it yourself?What are you using to attach the stamps to the page?
  8. ratio411

    ratio411 Active Member

    Mystic Pages...

    I love the layout/design, but the paper is light.
    My stuff is on Mystic pages in Scott albums.
    I got the Scott pages with the Scott albums, but it would be a HUGE undertaking to swap all the stamps to the Scott pages. The Scott pages are not layed out nearly as nice, but they are heavy paper stock.

    I have clear page protectors that fit the Mystic pages perfectly, and I am putting those on my pages to help with the issue of paper quality. I need to get some more... I only have about 10% covered at this point.
  9. Sam B

    Sam B Active Member

    I use Mystic Stamp Co. pages and mounts. Just like Ratio411 said, the pages have a nice layout and good detailed information about each stamp, but is light compared to those of other companies.
  10. Tom D

    Tom D Well-Known Member

    I use the same pages Sam, Looks good
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