Philippine Bird Stamps
Stamp collection is a great hobby and venture. I met lots of people and students who loves to collect the local and international stamps. My collections are Philippines - 92 pieces, USA - 65; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) - 32; New Zealand - 20; United Arab Emirates (UAE) - 7; Canada - 4; Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Samoa - 3 apiece; Great Britain - 2; China, El Salvador, Finland, Guatemala, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Taiwan and Tonga with 1 apiece. 21 countries and territories. In any varieties of floral/flowers, birds, nationals, mountains, buildings, events, fishes, fruits, flags, symbols, mammals, seas, transportation, leaders, people, heroes, heroine, cartoons, holidays, icons, sports, Olympics, butterflies, aviation, religions, plants, etc.
My newest are from: Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, Germany, Ukraine , Thailand, Russia and Malaysia.
How to collect used stamps with care?
- When you found stamps in an envelope cut it with at least 3 - 5 mm allowance from the stamp itself.
- Soak the stamps in cup of water.
- After 10 minutes, the stamps and paper will separate while some are still attach but very easy to separate.
- Let it dry.
- Post your stamps to your favorite collection books, albums or frames. Or send your extra to your friends or pen-pal stamps collectors.