The aim of this website is to be an enthusiasts' site for collecting GB stamps, especially commemmorative stamps.
There is a lot of information here not just about the stamps but also FDCs, presentation packs, etc.
This is your stairway and guide to a clear concise layout on Machin definitive stamps and all related
counterparts - covering every topic from the actual development of the Machin design right through
to today's current issues. You will also find the latest information on all forthcoming and latest releases.
The GBPS has over 700 members worldwide. One of the society's primary objectives is "to promote,
encourage, and contribute to the advancement of philately of Great Britain". The GBPS therefore
covers all aspects of GB philately: postal history back through the ages; postal stationery; booklets;
college stamps; philatelic conservation and postage stamps. The GBPS also publishes, usually six times
a year, the GB Journal. This is a high quality publication which carries authoritative articles on all
GB matters with the emphasis on research and new discoveries.
John A. McCulloch's online exhibition featuring stamps from the Victorian era. The two main sections are
Problems of the Penny Plates and Errors, Freaks and Oddities. Although concentrating on the Victorian era,
the site opens with a lovely image of the four George V high values, known as the Seahorses.
At this site you will find full details of the Machin Collectors Club and why it has become the most
popular comprehensive Machin news provider in the United Kingdom. Direct links to other specialized
Machin societies, dealers and other sources of information are also provided.
The purpose of the Great Britain Collectors Club (GBCC) is to bring together collectors of Great Britain
stamps and related items. It offers something for everyone, regardless of level of experience or years of collecting.
This is an introduction to the One Penny and Twopence Postage stamps of the Queen Victoria period of
Great Britain, 1840-1880. Since this site attempts to cover a very broad and complex area of philately
it is not possible to be comprehensive, and the intent here is simply to provide a basic outline, a
touchstone, which will guide the viewer towards a more focused study of specific areas of interest.
U.K. dealer with stock covering the entire range of British stamps from the first Penny Black of 1840
through to current issues, including first day covers, presentation packs, booklets, regionals, officials,
postage dues, etc.