Copyright © 2009-2014 John Hart. All rights reserved.
Thumbnail images for unowned stamps are based on images from Seigel Auction Galleries, Inc., and Ebay.com.
The Scott catalog numbering system is copyright © Scott Publishing Co.
Information presented on this site was gathered from several sources, both printed and online.
For details on source references, please refer to the LINKS page.
Catalog values presented on these pages are a combination of several sources, including personal interpretations. I do not subscribe to a particular company for catalog values.
Welcome to my internet stamp album!
This site contains photos and details of my entire US stamp collection, including all the details of when/where I acquired each stamp and its conditions. My goal is to share what I have, and to provide an example for others who might
want to create a web page for their collection.
I specialize in early United States postage stamps, generally before 1930. I do not desire (nor have the means) to own a copy of every variety of stamp, but do hope someday to have a relatively complete collection of the major collectible items.
For greater detail regarding my collection and methods, please see the "my collection" page.
This album is a constant work-in-progress. I will slowly add content, along with new stamps as I acquire them. Please send me an email (using the contact link above) if you care to comment on my collection or this website.
05-05-2012: Several new stamps added. Life is too busy to devote as much time as I would like to my collection. But someday this will be a huge passion of mine.
10-07-2010: After a long period of inactivity, I finally started back at the task of building pages and scanning my stamps. I also incorportated a slideshow on this homepage.
10-02-2009: I have completed scanning and entering all of my stamps through the 19th century. As to today, that includes 120 items from my stamp collection. Much more to go. I also hope to add a few items from OKPEX 2009 today.
09-17-2009: Project started