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General Philatelic/Newcomer Cnr : Scotts Junior International, 1927

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jrobin99
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05 Feb 2019
02:38:53pm
Really enjoying playing with my inherited Junior book. I've been reading past posts on the subject.

Did I read somewhere that there are pages that can never be finished? Did it have to do with Dead Countries....or something about newer books with different pages of information...?

Much appreciated, Jennifer
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05 Feb 2019
03:40:15pm
re: Scotts Junior International, 1927

Usually an album page that cannot be finished is one having a space for a rare stamp issue, the cost of which is beyond the resources of the collector (or nearly all collectors).

I'm collecting France using a 1948 Yvert album and agree that vintage albums can be entertaining. Their use of non acid-free paper can be a problem.

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1840to1940
05 Feb 2019
04:37:15pm
re: Scotts Junior International, 1927

Jennifer, one of the virtues of the Scott "Blue" International 1840-1940 is that it can be completed. I know of at least a half-a-dozen collectors who have accomplished this. I say go for it!

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jrobin99
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05 Feb 2019
07:53:24pm
re: Scotts Junior International, 1927

Wow!! Really??

That would be fun!

Jennifer

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