Stamp collecting is a pleasant hobby, and collecting topical stamps such as turtles is a nice specialty. The stamps with turtles on them come in a variety of sizes, styles, and colors, offering you great choice and an ample opportunity to personalize your stamp collecting. Moreover, turtle stamps are reasonably priced and not rare.
Whether you are a new hobbyist or an experienced philatelist, the following tips could help you get turtle stamps for your collection. Getting turtle stamps is pretty straightforward: first, locate the tickets online and later purchase them.
Some websites did all the hard work of identifying as many e stamps as possible for you. By finding and publishing turtle stamps, they make it easier to collect turtle stamps both for the amateur and experienced stamp collectors alike.
For each stamp, you can find a picture, the Scott catalogue number, the date of issue, the scientific name of the turtle or turtles, and a description. Most often, such websites have a dedicated ‘New issues page’ where they publish from time to time the latest stamps.
If you are interested in finding out about turtle stamps categorized into countries publishing them, use the alphabetical index listed there to find your required country.
After selecting a turtle stamp or stamps, you need to find a place to buy your chosen stamps. The best places to buy turtle stamps online are www.delcampe.net and eBay. There are also some good dealers online, such as www.herrickstamp.com, www.zillionsofstamps.com, and www.stampworld.com.
If you live in big cities that still have stamp dealers, that is another good place to buy stamps.
You can find out the catalogue values of stamps in Scott’s (North America), Yvert (France), Stanley Gibbons (Great Britain), or Michel (Germany).