Currency Designations

Discussion in 'Stamp Chat' started by windmill, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. jl1401

    jl1401 New Member

    That is some very beneficial information that you shared. I am bookmarking this page and saving it so that I can access it later on.
  2. Great info! I really appreciate. I was just looking for something like this yesterday. I am glad you made it easy for us:)
  3. derailed

    derailed Active Member

    Thank you for the information! I've been searching for this type of info lately, but haven't found any. Well, I guess you saved my day.
  4. LindaKay

    LindaKay Member

    Thanks for these. I always get confused! I guess it shows that I'm not really a world traveler!
  5. You got to get out there and explore LindaKay:) It will add benefits to your life, and your collection.
  6. tmbits

    tmbits New Member

    Great info! Thanks for taking the time to do this! As I've mentioned in my intro, I'm just getting BACK into my collection after 20 years of being idol. And it is NOT at all like riding a bike! lol. In fact its like learning it all over again (which isn't entirely bad!) This is great info and much appreciated!
  7. CrystalMarie

    CrystalMarie Member

    Thanks for the post. It was very informative and I have copied it for my notes. I did not know at least 85% of this list!
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  8. Thank you for sharing this information. I have been having such a hard time trying to get into stamp collecting and gathering different info on everything that I need to know. It all gets confusing to me at times.
  9. fishmonk

    fishmonk Member

    This is pretty useful for me. Now I can identify which countries my stamps belong to.
  10. augusta

    augusta New Member

    Good post.Quite educating post like this
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