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Welcome to episode #135. This week we discuss the Canal Zone and its postal history including the US Ancon which made the first “official” trip of the canal on this date in 1915. (4 Minute marker). Also we have Jim Capella of the Southern Nevada Stamp Club as our guest. Remember to see us on Facebook to see the stamps and covers discussed.

 

Also - Thank you to Linns for your article on the podcast.  Linns stamp news is great and a great friend of the show.

 

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Welcome to episode #134.  This week is the aniversary of the opening of the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin Germany.  We discuss the postal history of this most contrivercial of topics. (4 minute marker).  We also answer a listener email who asks about trading stamps at stamp clubs and we just happen to have the president of the Sounthern Nevada Stamp Club as a guest. (23 minute marker).

 

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Welcome to episode #133.  On May 22nd Linn's Stamp News (free plug - this is a great magazine) had three articles that we are weighing in on.  The first is the APS taking the FIP to task (minute 5 marker).  The second is an article on the forever stamp and how stamp collecting is changing the way the post office has to do its accounting.  It also has some pretty strong indicators for the strength of the US Stamp Collecting market (minute 15 marker).  Lastly we address a letter from David Kolls of Regency Superior Auctions and wish our best to him in his plight but take him to task for his opinions (minute 31 marker).

 

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Welcome to episode #132 – We discuss Disney Villains because there is a great new issue that just came out for all the Disney collectors (5 minute mark). We got a great follow-up email from a person who deals first hand with counterfeit stamps in his business and this anonymous listener gave us some great information on the subject (15 minute marker). We also talked to Tom and Bill Hontos who are both stamp dealers. We caught them at the Anaheim stamp show and they shared their time and thoughts with us (28 minute marker).

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Welcome to episode #131.  This week we discuss forged modern US stamps which are being made to rip off the post office.  We go over the issues and what we see is being done ("we see" - behind the scenes there may be lots going on but...) (25 minute marker).  We also discuss World Wildlife Federation (WWF) stamps and CHARISMATIC MEGAFAUNA (Minute mnarker 5).  Enjoy.

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Welcome to episode #130, a little late due to the 4th of July.  We talk to stamp show folks so .....  enjoy.

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Welcome to episode #129 - This week we have An OPEN LETTER to the post office with ideas on what/how to commemorate World War 1 which is 100 years ago NOW, and NO STAMPS BEING ISSUED?   This is #STAMP WORTHY to the maximum.  Sargent York, Henry Johnson and the Harlem Hellfighters, Lenah Higby and the women who maintained the war effort, General Blackjack Pershing, the Battle of the Meus-Argon, The "Lost Battalion" and more.

 

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Welcome to episode #128 from Stamp Show Steve's Anaheim stamp show (again - I hope he doesnt charge us for a table).  This week we talk about the life, times, death and postage stamps of President James A Garfield.  We discuss Proofs and Essays as well as some of the issue identifications.  (Minute 7).  Also we discuss Afganistan and Germany stamp issues with Lothar Vallot, a  guest who we are always happy to hear from. 

 

BEFORE LISTENING - look at the stamp essay on FACEBOOK on the Stamp Show Here Today page so you can see this interesting item.

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Welcome to episode #127.  This week we are at the Anaheim Stamp Show with Stamp Show Steve Pattillo and Stan Iceland.  The first part is with Stan and we examine a $20 Newspaper stamp with such a clear impression, we wondered if it was faked.  As always we also ask everyone how to make money with stamp collecting.  Enjoy

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