The aim of this website is to provide philatelic information to anyone and everyone interested in stamps, postal history, postal stationery, social philately,
thematic philately plus anything else associated to the subject of philately.
The Philatelic Resource Pages provide information on seperate postal administrations past and present. On each page you will find information giving the background
history; details of specialist philatelic societies for the area; links to other pages on Stamp Domain with more detailed inforomtion for the particalar country;
selected links to other specialist pages and websites; details of philatelic books, journals and publications about the particular country;
and other relevant information.
Details of Stamp Auctions can be found on four different pages. One is for the UK, one for the USA, one for Germany
and one for the Rest of the World.
The other sections on the menu are self explanatory.
What's new / recently updated on Stamp Domain
Thematic Philately - UPDATED Thematic Philately is the art of collecting postage stamps, postal stationery, postmarks and other related philatelic material to illustrate a theme....
Argentina Stamps and Argentina Postal History - NEW Argentina was discovered in 1515 and was annexed by Spain in 1534. The name Argentina comes from the Latin word for silver - argentum.
The search for silver was prime reason for the first Spanish settlers in Argentina....
Anguilla Stamps and Anguilla Postal History - NEW The island was first settled in 1650. Until 1825 it was administered by Britain through Antigua. In 1825 it was placed under the
administrative control of St Kitts. In 1967 the island declared self independence and briefly called itself the "Republic of Anguilla"....
Ethiopia Stamps and Ethiopia Postal History - NEW Ethiopia, also known in the past by the name Abyssinia, has always been an independent nation, apart from a brief period from 1936 to 1942.
The first known kingdom in Ethiopia is known to to have been established sometime about 800 BC and there have been a sucession of kingdoms since then....
Bermuda Stamps and Bermuda Postal History - UPDATED The island is first mentioned on a Spanish map dated 1503. A Spanish adventurer, Juan de Bermúdez landed on the island in 1515.
No permanent settlement was made by the Spaniards.
150 English settlers en route to Jamestown were shipwrecked on Bemuda on 28 July 1609 and stayed there till May 1610 before they continued their journey to Virgina....
Origin of Postage Stamps - NEW article was written less than 24 years after the introduction of the Penny Black. This would have allowed the author to obtain much first
hand information from people who were actually alive in 1840 and could remember events clearly....
New Zealand Stamps and Postal History - UPDATED New Zealand was first discovered in 1642 by the Dutch explorer Tasman who named it Staaten Island. Cook circumnavigated the islands in 1769-70.
On his second visit to the islands, in 1773-77, Cook formally annexed the islands in the name of King George III....
Resource Page for Collectors of Allenstein Stamps - NEW A plebiscite, under the Treaty of Versailles, was held on 11 July 1920 to determine whether the people of the district of Allenstein wished to
remain in East Prussia or become part of Poland. Special postage stamps were produced by overprinting German stamps; these were on sale from 3 April 1920....
If you collect British stamps, rare stamps, used stamps, Commonwealth stamps or postage stamp you will find useful information on this site.
You will find information where to buy stamps and how to sell stamps. Information on how to collect stamps. Information about selling stamps.
Information about stamp auctions and information about stamps for sale by other methods. Information on investing in stamps.
Information on postal stationery newspaper wrappers, postcards, letter cards, registration envelopes
No matter what collecting interest in stamps you may have you will find pages of interest to you.
New pages about stamps and postal history are being added all the time and old pages are being constantly revised.
All links to pages about stamps and postal history have been selected by the editor to give you the maximum benefit.
All the links to pages on this site to pages about stamps or postal history are in English or are readily understood by an English speaker.
If you find any broken links or if you have any suggestions on making links to a stamp related website please let me know.
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Did you know that a stamp collector is also known as timbromaniac or timbromanist?
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