1958-2016 GB - Regional Definitive Concise Stamp Album
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Great Britain Regional Definitive Album
England, N. Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Guernsey, Jersey and IoM.
Following the Stanley Gibbons Concise Catalogue, printable pages with spaces to file your collection with added information such as Printer, Perforation, Colour and Printing Process.Regional pages from the Wildings first produced in 1958, through the Machin issues (including the Channel Islands and IOM up to 1971), and completed with the newer National Symbol stamps (including England) up to December 2016 with all the latest Miniature Sheets.
This is a quality production producing nice clean pages where your stamps will be the centrepiece rather than the decoration of the album.
Attach your stamps either with hinges or mounts (recommended). Print as many or as few pages as you need as many times as you want.
** 80+ PAGES FROM 1958 TO DECEMBER 2016 **
Pages for Isle of Man up to 1971 (when they incorporated their own Postal Administration) are also included.
Pages will be available for download within 48 hours of payment being received.
If you do not receive your "download email" within that time-frame please first check your "SPAM" email box and if still not found please email me and I will re-send it.
You will receive a Password and a Web Address (URL) to enable you to download your album.
FULL SUPPORT is offered where any pages are found to be incorrect or issues are missing.
It allows the collection and display of all the different varieties of singles available to the Regional countries of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
NOTE: THERE ARE NO STAMPS INCLUDED WITH THIS ITEM
A couple of sample pages are provided below.
** SETUP Q & A **
A few answers to questions I have been asked in the past, please note these answers are personal to my set-up and as an individual collector you may have your own setup.
1. What is a good quality paper to print on?
+ Anything from 100gm up to whatever your printer will support. I use 120gm myself.
2. Can you suggest a good quality stamp album to house the printed pages?
+ I use any good quality FOUR ring binder such as those provided by Royal Mail for their Presentation Packs but you can use any from the principal stationery stores such as Rymans or WH Smith. A good strong cover and "thicker rings" i.e. at the more expensive end admittedly, but would be cheaper than buying from Royal Mail.
3. Would the pages have to be punched to fit an album?
+ Personally, I don't but it is your choice. There is a larger left-hand margin to allow for punch holes.
+ I use multi-punched pockets (cheap from any supermarket or B&M type stores). Best ones were from Woolworth before they folded, need to check out the quality... ASDA, for example, I don't use as they are too thin, but I have found the 25 pack from Tesco very suitable.
4. How do you set up the album?
+ I actually print two copies of the album, one on cheaper 80gm paper which I put on the left-hand side, and the 2nd copy on 120gms on the right-hand side. This means two pages back to back in one "multi-punched-pocket" so there only needs to be one more MPP than pages in the album.
+ I use the cheap paper copy to write any reference notes on. If I decide it is getting untidy I just print the one page again.
5. Use Hinges or Mounts?
+ Obviously if they are brand New Mint with the Gum untouched then it would be silly and considerably reduce the value to use anything except MOUNTS.
However, if using this album for USED versions of the stamp then the choice is yours really. I tend to use Mounts even for Used stamps because this also protects them from the elements (and because I have so many it would take another lifetime to use them all!).
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IMPORTANT: Any Money Orders or Cheques MUST be in GBP and drawn on a UK Bank.
I also accept direct UK Bank to UK Bank payments. You may send the payments to Dave Arthur at Sort Code 40-12-55 Account Number 22147211. Please use the word "album" somewhere in the transaction and let me know you have sent payment.
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