Welcome to episode #215. Today we have Justin Beard of HIP STAMP to discuss selling stamps online and a wrap-up discussion on WESTPEX (last weekend) and the stamp market.
Welcome to Stamp Show here Today, episode #213. We discuss articles from the current issues of 100J and Linns.
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Welcome to episode #212. This week we are honored to speak with Steve Halupka with eBay about selling and new functions in eBay.
Welcome to episode #202. Today we are discussing ways to title your eBay listings to maximize the search and sell through with the eBay algorithm. Sell more. Sell faster. Have a listen.
Welcome to episode #201. Today we post the conversations we had at the Orcoexpo Stamp Show in Fullerton California last weekend.
Welcome to Episode #200. A mile stone for us and we thank you all for your listening support. Today we are discussing Stamp Auctions and the stamp issue of 1869 in great detail. The issue of 1869 has such a story to it. It changed everything, and I hope we can share a bit of this with you all.
Welcome to episode #181. Today we discuss the German East Africa in World War 1 and General Vorbeck. This interesting area, that most people couldn't point to on a map in a drunken bet but after this episode, you will know all these colonies and what they did in World War 1 (3-minute marker)
Then on a happier note, we discuss pre-war Austria and their experiment with adding varnish bars to stamps (13-minute marker)
Welcome to episode #174. This week we talk about just a lot of stuff. Just whatever pops into our heads (0 minute marker because - well after you listen it will be obvious).
Welcome to Stamp Show Here Today, Episode #168. Last week we discussed stamp investing and mister Bill Gross’s upcoming auction sale of some of the best stamps of the United States.
We, today we go to the other side and discuss Warren Buffett and his brief journey into stamp collecting/investing. So if you are afraid of the “I” word (Investing) curl up with your comfort animal in your safe space and prepare to hear all about the 4 cent blue eagle airmail stamp