Welcome to the July 2015 edition of the Albany Stamps collector e-newsletter.
We have lots of new stamps and special offers on our site www.albanystamps.co.uk . We offer one of the largest selection of British stamps and Channel Island stamps. Now loaded onto our secure site are very fine used machine stamps, none of which are cancelled with First day cover cancellations. All have been commercially used through the postal system, are hard to find and are reasonably priced.
Next GB stamp issues to be aware of:
On the 18th August there is an issue of 6 Bee stamps with meticulous illustrations of bees at close to their actual size, the Mint Stamps reveal the splendour of the Scabious Bee, Great Yellow Bumblebee, Northern Colletes Bee, Bilberry Bumblebee, Large Mason Bee and Potter Flower Bee: all shown foraging on appropriate flora. A miniature sheet depicts 4 important aspects of Bee behaviour, the waggle dance, Pollination, making honey and tending the young. On the 18th September there is another Post & Go issue coinciding with Stampex in London.
This months featured Society Stamp fairs & Auctions:
Norfolk & Norwich Philatelic Society Stamp and Postcard Fair Saturday 1st August 10am – 4.30pm at Hewett School, Gate 1, Cecil Road, Norwich NR1 2PL. Contact 01953 602692
Forces Postal History Society Stamp and postal history fair Saturday 8th August 10am - 4pm at Banstead Community Hall, Park Road, Banstead, Surrey SM7 3AJ.
Do let us know if you would like to have your society fair, auction or stamp meetings featured in our newsletter. In the meantime take advantage of our onsite special offers.
Best Regards Janet Hampton