Hello I am new!Hello I am new!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by AnnTom, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. AnnTom

    AnnTom New Member

    Hello Everyone!
    Thank you for allowing me to be part of this forum. I started collecting stamps several years ago and continue to have an interest in worldwide stamps. Stamp collecting for me is more than a hobby its a source of learning and I enjoy reading a stamp and sharing with others what I learn. I also enjoy trading,buying and selling stamps.
    I look forward to connecting with other collectors.
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  2. Jen

    Jen Member

    Welcome AnnTom!
  3. jim

    jim Member

    Welcome AnnTom ,I have also recently joined this forum and found the members friendly and helpfull,and picked up quality information from the members post .
  4. kacyds

    kacyds New Member

    Welcome AnnTom.
  5. Tom D

    Tom D Well-Known Member

    Welcome to our family Ann it is great to have you with us.
  6. raphael

    raphael New Member

    hey.. im from the philippines
    i have an envelope full of assorted stamps
    anyone interested?
  7. rega

    rega New Member

    Love the name AnnTom.
    My mother is called Ann and my father is called Tom.
    I found my appreciation of geography and history both benefited from being a philatelist, so I know what you mean.
    How do you collect?
    I go for a country at a time, but I don't think this is the usual aproach.
  8. rega

    rega New Member

    You should post them up on the site, the members love looking at anyone's stamps.
  9. David Logan

    David Logan Member

    Hi Anntom welcom to the forum
  10. zararina

    zararina Simply Me! :D

    Hi there Ann and nice to have you here.
    Welcome to the forum. ;)
  11. AnnTom

    AnnTom New Member

    What a bunch of warm and friendly people!!!!!!!!! Thank you ALL for the welcome.
    Thats interesting Rega! One thing I fretted about was that my stamps get put away in an album and then they can be seen and appreciated only if that book if physically opened. Its hard to show them off to someone else too because they are all in books or packets. So I decided to take out a few stamps every day at random and to spend some time with them see if I can learn something and then put photos of it online to share with others and perhaps encourage them in their collecting. What this is doing for me is it keeps me well informed and is beginning to giving me the satisfaction of getting those stamps/information out!. In studying stamps I don`t focus on a particular country at a time but rather shift from one to another depending on what interests me. This would also benefit a wider range of collectors. Lets see how it goes!!!
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  12. rega

    rega New Member

    Indeed I for one, look forward to what ever you decide to post up.
  13. Jay

    Jay Well-Known Member

    WELCOME ABOARD AnnTom!! I look forward to seeing a bit of and learning from you and your collection! Glad to have you..
  14. raphael

    raphael New Member

    im just wondering how much can i sell them?
  15. raphael

    raphael New Member

    its my moms collection.. we decided to sell it but we don't have the stamp album so we decided to put it in an envelope
  16. rega

    rega New Member

    That is difficult to determine until images are available to scrutinise.
    Take some pictures Raphael.
  17. raphael

    raphael New Member

    ok ill try..
  18. windmill

    windmill Active Member

    Hello AnnTom,

    Welcome to the Stamp Exchange Family.


  19. windmill

    windmill Active Member

    Hi Raphael,

    Where are you from the Philippines? I am from the Philippines as well. Welcome to the SE family.


  20. Philactica

    Philactica Active Member

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