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Like everything in stamp collecting, variety is the spice of life!

A wide range of stamp collecting albums are available. This is driven by all the different types of stamps and collecting styles out there.

NEW ROYAL STAMP RELEASED BY AUSTRIAN POST

The Austrian Archducal Hat, the symbol of the unity of the Austrian hereditary lands, has been preserved to this day. It is the centerpiece of the collection at Klosterneuburg Monastery, and symbolises the Archduchy of Austria, the heartland of the Hapsburg Empire. Archduke Maximilian III, the Regent of Tyrol and brother of Rudolf II, presented it to the monastery in 1616 as a consecration gift, and it was kept there together with the relic of the skull of Saint Leopold. It was believed that some divine power would thus be transferred to the ruler who was “crowned” with it.

FOUR BEAUTIFUL STAMPS WITH DOGS RELEASED BY IRISH POST

Dogs are amongst the most popular pets in the world, with a long history of providing companionship to humans around the world!

LUNAR NEW YEAR 2016 STAMPS

Lunar New Year is one of the most important and popular of the traditional Chinese holidays and is commemorated by Chinese people throughout the world. It is also called Spring Festival and it is time of renewal and fresh ideas.

1898 $2 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI BLOCK IS TO MAKE UP TO $250,000!

The $2 Trans-Mississippi block of 20 is the second largest multiple of the issue and is offered in mint, never hinged condition. The six stamps in the centre are perhaps the finest specimens on the market.

PAIR OF ESSAYS LINKED TO RIEL REBELLIONS TOP $1,800 IN EASTERN AUCTION

Eastern Auctions, in Halifax, held a sale Feb. 19-20 of British Commonwealth stamps and postal history that also included one of Canada’s St. Lawrence Seaway inverts — in this case, perfectly centered and never hinged. It sold for $6,850, including the firm’s 15 percent buyer’s premium.

WORLD STAMP SHOW NY 2016

World Stamp Show NY 2016 will takes place at the Javits Center in New York City from May 28 to June 4 2016.

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