How To Make Money With Postage Stamp

How To Make Money With Postage Stamp

You need NOT be a stamp collector before you start buying and selling Stamps to Collectors, Hobbyists and Dealers Worldwide. You only need to learn the basics andsome of the term used in the hobby. Once you have done this, you are
in business.

Postage Stamps for collectors are indeed very appropriate for the very mail-order business. They are very easy to store, easy to package and easy to mail.
Philatelists – that’s those who collect and study postage stamps arvery discerning people with high quality consciousness.

Therefore postage stamps must be handled with the greatest care because no collector, philatelist or philatelic dealer is prepared to purchase any postage stamp that is damaged in any form or the other. Very little damage is required to render a postage stamp useless in the eyes of the collector.

A saleable stamp in whatever form – mint or used must be in perfect condition With complete perforation, clean, no creases or tears and in the case of used ones the postmarks must be very clear. Collectors prefer well-centered stamps. This means that the design area should not be touched or affected in any way by the perforation. The designshould be paced exactly in the middle of the stamp. that’s well centred.

Most collectors of Mint Stamps prefer to collect their mint stamps in post-fresh condition. Unmounted stamp should be in the form of similarity to the one that may be obtainable at the post office. Those who collect used postage stamps will want stamps with clear postmark neither should the stamp be creased or damaged in anyway. The perforation must be in near perfect condition.

A mint stamp that has been placed in an album will attract fewer prices than the unmounted  mint. This is particularly true of modern postage stamps. It is very interesting to learn that sometimes used postage stamp may attract higher value than its mint counterpart.

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st be in perfect

condition With complete perforation, clean, no creases or tears and in

the case of used ones the postmarks must be very clear. Collectors

prefer well-centered stamps. This means that the design area should

not be touched or affected in any way by the perforation. The design

should be paced exactly in the middle of the stamp. that’s well

centred.

Most collectors of Mint Stamps prefer to collect their mint stamps in

post-fresh condition. Unmounted stamp should be in the form of

similarity to the one that may be obtainable at the post office. Those

who collect used postage stamps will want stamps with clear postmark

neither should the stamp be creased or damaged in anyway. The

perforation must be in near perfect condition.

A mint stamp that has been placed in an album will attract fewer

prices than the unmounted  mint. This is particularly true of modern

postage stamps. It is very interesting to learn that sometimes used

postage stamp may attract higher value than its mint counterpart.

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.   

condition With complete perforation, clean, no creases or tears and in

the case of used ones the postmarks must be very clear. Collectors

prefer well-centered stamps. This means that the design area should

not be touched or affected in any way by the perforation. The design

should be paced exactly in the middle of the stamp. that’s well

centred.

Most collectors of Mint Stamps prefer to collect their mint stamps in

post-fresh condition. Unmounted stamp should be in the form of

similarity to the one that may be obtainable at the post office. Those

who collect used postage stamps will want stamps with clear postmark

neither should the stamp be creased or damaged in anyway. The

perforation must be in near perfect condition.

A mint stamp that has been placed in an album will attract fewer

prices than the unmounted  mint. This is particularly true of modern

postage stamps. It is very interesting to learn that sometimes used

postage stamp may attract higher value than its mint counterpart.

– to be continued                              

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Postage Stamps for collectors are indeed very appropriate for the very

mail-order business. They are very easy to store, easy to package and

easy to mail.

Philatelists – that’s those who collect and study postage stamps are

very discerning people with high quality consciousness. Therefore

postage stamps must be handled with the greatest care because no

collector, philatelist or philatelic dealer is prepared to purchase

any postage stamp that is damaged in any form or the other. Very

little damage is required to render a postage stamp useless in the

eyes of the collector.

A saleable stamp in whatever form – mint or used must be in perfect

condition With complete perforation, clean, no creases or tears and in

the case of used ones the postmarks must be very clear. Collectors

prefer well-centered stamps. This means that the design area should

not be touched or affected in any way by the perforation. The design

should be paced exactly in the middle of the stamp. that’s well

centred.

Most collectors of Mint Stamps prefer to collect their mint stamps in

post-fresh condition. Unmounted stamp should be in the form of

similarity to the one that may be obtainable at the post office. Those

who collect used postage stamps will want stamps with clear postmark

neither should the stamp be creased or damaged in anyway. The

perforation must be in near perfect condition.

A mint stamp that has been placed in an album will attract fewer

prices than the unmounted  mint. This is particularly true of modern

postage stamps. It is very interesting to learn that sometimes used

postage stamp may attract higher value than its mint counterpart.

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moses zaccheaus – a writer, author, publisher, philatelic, numismatic
teacher and internet marketer..

www.moseszee.com – http://www.moseszee.com/apps/blog

http://moseszee.blogspot.com

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