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United States/BOB & Other : US protectorates

 

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Harvey
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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!

27 Nov 2019
05:02:03pm
I've collected US for a long time and am getting a very good collection. I decided a few years ago to collect any countries that had a connection to the US - Canal Zone, Cuba, Danish West Indies (starting this area soon), Guam, Hawaii (anyone got "the missionaries cheap"?), Philippines, Puerto Rico and UN. The one area I can't seem to get an interest in is the Ryukyu Islands. I'm not sure why, but the stamps seem very boring to me. I wonder if anyone else has the same problem or if anyone out there can find a reason for me to be enthusiastic about them!
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michael78651

27 Nov 2019
08:05:48pm
re: US protectorates

There are also the US Trust Territories (Palau, Micronesia, and Marshall Islands), Philippines, US Confederate States, United Nations - New York (mail processed by the US Postal Service), and Puerto Rico. Plus, you could add some of the Allied Occupation issues following World War II from Germany and Italy.

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musicman
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APS #213005

28 Nov 2019
09:16:03am
re: US protectorates

"Plus, you could add some of the Allied Occupation issues following World War II from Germany and Italy."




....and France and Austria.

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nlroberts1961

12,8 cm Kanone 43 L/55 in blueprints only

05 Dec 2019
01:28:56am
re: US protectorates

stamp collecting would have many fewer options if not for ww ... yes woodrow wilson...

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
27 Nov 2019
05:02:03pm

I've collected US for a long time and am getting a very good collection. I decided a few years ago to collect any countries that had a connection to the US - Canal Zone, Cuba, Danish West Indies (starting this area soon), Guam, Hawaii (anyone got "the missionaries cheap"?), Philippines, Puerto Rico and UN. The one area I can't seem to get an interest in is the Ryukyu Islands. I'm not sure why, but the stamps seem very boring to me. I wonder if anyone else has the same problem or if anyone out there can find a reason for me to be enthusiastic about them!

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"You know you're getting old when you stoop to tie your shoelaces and wonder what else you could do while you're down there - George Burns"
michael78651

27 Nov 2019
08:05:48pm

re: US protectorates

There are also the US Trust Territories (Palau, Micronesia, and Marshall Islands), Philippines, US Confederate States, United Nations - New York (mail processed by the US Postal Service), and Puerto Rico. Plus, you could add some of the Allied Occupation issues following World War II from Germany and Italy.

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musicman

APS #213005
28 Nov 2019
09:16:03am

re: US protectorates

"Plus, you could add some of the Allied Occupation issues following World War II from Germany and Italy."




....and France and Austria.

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nlroberts1961

12,8 cm Kanone 43 L/55 in blueprints only

05 Dec 2019
01:28:56am

re: US protectorates

stamp collecting would have many fewer options if not for ww ... yes woodrow wilson...

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"Euros think a 100 miles is a long way, Americans think a 100 yrs is a long time..."
        

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