Kevin Blackston
PO Box 217
Floresville TX 78114-0217
United States of America

Blog archives (June 2010)

Summertime slow for stamps

Summer is in full swing at least in this part of the world, and you may very well be spending more time outdoors than you are with your collection.

That’s how things look from here, at least, as Philosateleia has seen a drop in traffic over the past couple of months. I suspect that’s due to many of our usual visitors taking advantage of the opportunity to spend time outside with family and friends, and I can’t blame them. I’ve been enjoying it myself!

Is your stamp collection getting less attention than usual over the summer months? If so, where are you focusing your efforts when you do sit down with the stamps for a few minutes?

Summer 2010 update for The Philosateleian

After something of a sabbatical, I’m back with new stamp album pages for you to download! The Summer 2010 Supplement (496 KB, 11 files, 28 pages) for The Philosateleian U.S. Stamp Album is now available.

This update includes spaces for the latest regular postage issues, plus new pages for the U.S. Postal Agency in China overprinted issues of 1919 and 1922, which are included in The Philosateleian for the first time.

If you like The Philosateleian, don’t forget that there are several ways you can support the project. Happy collecting!