Available stamp databases like WPID, ATA and some commercial programs are
fine as far as they go but most are incomplete. Another problem
is these databases lack commonality. Consequently, many people
are doing a lot of data entry for their own collections and a lot of stamp
scanning. With STAMPCATalog Plus as a common base, users can
now cooperate and make it easier for themselves. What remains is to
locate follow collectors with similar interests. This Exchange intends to fill that void. If you want to contact other
collectors doing similar databases, avoid "re-inventing the wheel" and
make new friends, contact
me with your name, e-mail address and collecting interest. I will
post your e-mail address and interest here. You contact those on the
list with your interest and make your own arrangements. So others may
benefit, please provide me with resulting databases to post here (without
commercial catalog numbers). Full credits will be given.
User's e-mail address and Collecting
Space and Astronomy topics.
Canadian stamps, Back-of-the-book, First Flight Covers and Christmas
firstname.lastname@example.org US, UN, Christmas
seals, Spain and colonies, Spanish Andorra. My 13 year old daughter is interested
in US used and world wide Endangered Species.
especially interested in an Australian database since I have built up quite
a few stamps and I'm just about to start entering them from scratch. My family
and I also collect several topicals - my primary one is maps on stamps and
the rest of the family collects Christmas, Lunar New Year, reptiles, dogs,
cats, horses, gems and big cats to name a few.