New Year's resolution ?

Discussion in 'Stamp Chat' started by Larry L. Taylor, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Larry L. Taylor

    Larry L. Taylor Active Member

    Anyone given any thot about what resolution you might make relative to your stamp collection in the upcoming year?

    Finish a certain set? ​
    Fill a 'hole' on a given page? ​
    Start collecting a new country ? ​
    Moving stamps into an album from envelopes ? ​
    Purchasing any 'high value' stamp(s)?​
    Completing a grouping, e.g. airmails, postage dues, duck stamps, special delivery?​
    Replacing used with mint?​
    Growing your collection by a certain number of stamps? 100? 1k? 10k?​

    Me? I'd like to get US #1 and #2. I'd like to get at least one of the dollar denominated Columbians (1892), and eventually completing that set about 5 years down the road. I'd like to complete my duck stamp collection (4 to purchase out of the 75 issued to date). And I'd like to get a mint never hinged set of the Graf Zeps (C13-15).

    Maybe I can get at least one of those 'dreams' accomplished this next year.
  2. Sam B

    Sam B Active Member

    I hope (and should be able to) to increase my worldwide collection. I've finally decided how I want to store my worldwide stamps, became a member of a local club, and found a good forum with some good members to trade I shouldn't have any problems. Bring on the new year!!!!! I'm ready!! lol
  3. kacyds

    kacyds New Member

    Havent given it any thoughts yet. :(
  4. Steve Robinson

    Steve Robinson Well-Known Member Supporter

    Simple Keep collecting LOL
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  5. zararina

    zararina Simply Me! :D

    Would want to make my collection more organized. As in! :p
    Will need to look at the albums and have at least proper categories/grouping for them.
  6. kacyds

    kacyds New Member

    After thinking about it, I decided to drink more beer. :eek:

    Oh you were talking about stamps, I want to finish my collection of pictorials, just need two more Scotts# 118 and 120.
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