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09 Oct 2020
02:05:35am
Just started a new collection for Sweden in a new acquisition, a Scott Hingeless Specialty Album for Sweden copyright 1972 but with additional add-on pages which cover up through 1979. This album has seen active use in the past but its pages are generally clean although quite a bit of erasure will be required to remove some pricing that was assigned to album content. This will be my fifth country collection using a Scott leather bound album joining my existing United States, Canada, Finland, and Japan albums. The United States collection was started in 1975, the Canada collection in 2015, the Finland collection in 2019, the Japan collection in 2020, and now Sweden in 2020 as well.

Started my journey today by reading Wikipedia content about the country of Sweden and checking out Jim Jackson's Big Blue 1840-1940 blog at the https://bigblue1840-1940.blogspot.com/ URL. Did you know that nearly one third of the population of Sweden emigrated to the United States between 1850 and 1910, over one million emigres? And today nearly one quarter of the population of Sweden have one or more parents from another country as it in turn has become a popular destination for those needing a new home country.

Stamp issues started in 1855 with five different values released denominated in skilling. I don't expect to see any of these cross my path for quite a while as they are quite expensive. Interestingly there were government reprints made of the stamps for this set in 1868 (twice!), 1871 (one stamp only), and 1885 which were good for postage through 1910. And Sweden has one of the most well known true rarities from its first stamp set with one known orange rather than the normal blue green stamp from the low value of the set. Fortunately my album does NOT have a space for this error in color stamp.

The currency changed to ore for new stamps issued in 1858 (o has horizontal dots over the character which I don't know how to generate on my USA standard keyboard).


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09 Oct 2020
10:55:50am
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"(o has horizontal dots over the character which I don't know how to generate on my USA standard keyboard)"



My usual solution is to turn to Google and the copy & paste function: ö

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09 Oct 2020
11:07:09am
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If you are running W10 or earlier, use the built in character map. If using a keyboard with separate numeral keys to the right, then use the codes that are inbuilt. In this case Alt+0246.(times new roman)
Edit: To get to the character map click on the windows icon bottom left. Scroll down to windows accessories and you will find character map. I pinned it to my task bar.

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09 Oct 2020
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you need to choose the United States-International keyboard layout in the settings and then you can type with "sticky keys", i.e. when you type " followed by e, i, o, a, u or any letter that can have diaeresis / umlaut, it will automatically be inserted as ë, ï, ä, ü or whatever.
Same with other accents like `, ~ or ^ .

That way you'll never have to memorize all these awkward alt codes or rely on external programs anymore.

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09 Oct 2020
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Ah but I have my keyboard set to English international because I spell in English not American.
The character map is so easy to use for all various symbols and characters, for various scripts, which is why it sits on my task bar available for immediate use without having to remember any codes.

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09 Oct 2020
06:11:35pm
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Hi Jerrel

As a Sweden collector for about 30 years, I'll be interested to see how you get on with these stamps. In particular, what you think of the use of solid and rich colours from as far back as the 1920s. Very different from the other Scandinavian countries. Look out for the "joke on a stamp" of 1977. Will you also seek out the perf variations as between booklet stamps and coil stamps?

I'm sure you'll admire the lovely engraved stamps, and the strikingly original design that crops up again and again. Recently, there's some unusual royal portraits - though perhaps after your cut off date.

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09 Oct 2020
06:20:26pm
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Trying character map here: 1 öre. Hey, it worked! Happy

Not sure on the color combinations, etc. for Sweden at this time. Mostly I tend to collect to the album but time will tell. I will check out the later issues in my Scott catalog for the "unusual royal portraits".

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09 Oct 2020
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Jan-Simon: Thanks *very much* for the suggestion of the US International keyboard. There are times when that will definitely come in handy! In the past I've pulled up the character map and pinned it (like Vic/Sheepshanks), but this is very useful!



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11 Oct 2020
11:06:08am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Counted through the spaces in the album to define the goal and found that there are 1411 spaces in the album with several different Scott defined types of stamps including regular issues, semi-postals, air mail, postage due, a new type for me of "stamps for city postage", officials, and parcel post stamps.

Have quite a few stamps for the period 1938 throgh 1973 for the album so it will be interesting to see how they impact it in terms of completion.

Now officially have 31 stamps recorded with two airmails, two parcel posts, and 27 semi-postals for 31 of 1382 stamps in the album to start. Happy

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16 Oct 2020
11:56:05pm
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 4 new stamps to bring me to 35 of 1411 stamps for the Sweden album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 115, 121, 140, and 147 and were acquired from red boxes at a local stamp dealer. Also, managed to locate an eraser and am quite happy with the pages in the album following clean-up of the leftover pricing for stamps that was done by a previous owner of the album in pencil.

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18 Oct 2020
12:48:08am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 112 stamps to bring me to 137 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 50-57, 67-71, 73, 77-86, 91, 93, 95-103, 116-117, 119, 122, 125, 126, 132, 137, 149-150, 153-154, 158-159, 166, 166-170, 172, 174, 178, 182, 184-185, 188, 191, 197-199, 213-215, 236, 248-250, 263, 264, 268-298 (complete page in album!), 299, 300, 300D, and 310-314. These stamps were from some Sweden pages with stamps covering the years 1889 through 1940. The pages cover up to 1979 so there are more to come.

I will have to figure out a way to create pictures of large additions that aren't as labor intensive as individual stamp scans and uploads. The attempts I made all generate images that are far too large to upload to Stamporama discussions.

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18 Oct 2020
12:59:15pm
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 5 new stamps to bring me to 142 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 301, 302, 316, 334, and 341. Found that the stamps I had put in place for 299 and 300 were actually 301 and 302 but found replacement stamps plus three extras on a page of Sweden stamps that I had purchased some time ago for additions to the International albums that were surplus to that album.

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18 Oct 2020
01:01:15pm
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Updated the spaces count for the Sweden stamps after checking the listings for some of the souvenir sheets which show individual stamp number listings.

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19 Oct 2020
02:30:40am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Have you noticed the matter of perf on 2 sides (from a coil) as well as perf on 3 (from a booklet)?

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19 Oct 2020
09:56:08am
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Yes, and have been filling in issues with these combinations. They used some very interesting different designs on their production presses in that most stamps were not produced on large format sheets like most other countries' stamps as best I can tell.

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20 Oct 2020
05:13:52pm
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 18 new stamps to bring me to 160 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 1072, 1073, 1075, 1231-1234, 1253-1257, and 1271-1276. Stamps were acquired through Hipstamp.

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23 Oct 2020
12:46:59am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 22 new stamps to bring me to 182 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 1242-7, 1248-52, 1280-84, 1298, and 1299-1303. New stamps were acquired from a local stamp dealer during a lunch break today.

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02 Nov 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 52 stamps to bring me to 234 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps at Sweden Scott #'s 123, 124, 128, 135, 136,138, 190, 193, 230, 231, 237, 238, 241, 266, 267, C1-C3, C8, O12, O28-O40, O41-O43, and O45-O54. Stamps were picked from a Sweden pick book at a local stamp dealer. Still have some more to go through there including several nice pages from before the 1930's which exceeded my budget for yesterday since a tuiition bill for my son will be deducted tomorrow. Nothing really scary though as there were no mint stamps in the pick book for the first stamps for Sweden before 1910 that I do not currently have which can be very pricy. The ones I have cover most of the lower values and have been mentioned previously. Liked filling in some of the back of the book issues as I had almost none.

I am continuing to work on some of the later issues in the album as well from an existing set of pages and need to update the collection total to reflect those additions as well because the years from 1945 through the early 1970's are almost complete now as well. The stamp designs start to get a lot more interesting in 1953 as prior to that the Sweden stamps designs are a bit understated with mostly sets with a design with varying denomincations and colors. Watermark and perforation variations account for many of the different stamps as well. Tentatively I believe the current count is 991 of 1411 stamps for the album but I have counted it three times without any matching counts so far. Sad


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02 Nov 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Finally managed identical counts on the Sweden album and confirmed 1085 of 1411 stamps in the album including all more modern issues that I have completed adding to the album.

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15 Nov 2020
12:11:31am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Spent most of the day at a local stamp shop working through some albums looking for stamps for Sweden specifically and through a Scott International Part I album looking for mint stamps for my International based world collection.

Added 53 stamps to my Sweden album and now have 1138 of 1411 stamps in the album. The majority of the additions were postage dues and officials plus several issues from earlier periods in the general stamp issues and one new air mail stamp!

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25 Dec 2020
04:21:39am
re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 83 new stamps to my Sweden stamp album to bring me to 1221 of 1411 stamps in the album. The new stamps were spread throughout the album mostly in the earlier periods with at least one new stamp from 1886 and several up to 1956 plus a good number from the latest period that the album covers from 1974-1979. I found a few out of place stamps while adding the new stamps and unfortunately a few were out of place and matching some additions that were purchased so I now have 8 duplicates and will need to look for some additional new stamps, mostly coil stamps. The stamps were acquired from another collector here on Stamporama through a want list.

Scott #'s for the additions include 40, 87-89, 104, 139, 165, 194, 216-225, 251, 252, 254, 261, 262, 302A-309, 315, 318, 326-328, 331-332, 338-340, 458, 459, 514, 516, 1079-1081, 1235-1236, 1238-1247, 1265-1270, 1277-1278, 1293, 1295-1296, 1305, 1310-1311, O12-O17, O43, and O54.

Also, lucked out at a local stamp store on December 23rd and found one of the Scott Hingeless brown leather binders so will have to look for some appropriate pages to start another collection to go with my existing collections for USA, Canada, Finland, Japan, and Sweden that use these binders. This binder has no country label on it nor the usual heraldry symbol on the front if memory serves. I will have to check again when I go upstairs now that I thought of it!

Update: After checking confirmed that the binder has no heraldic symbol on its front so definitely open for any use. Hurrah!



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09 Oct 2020
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Just started a new collection for Sweden in a new acquisition, a Scott Hingeless Specialty Album for Sweden copyright 1972 but with additional add-on pages which cover up through 1979. This album has seen active use in the past but its pages are generally clean although quite a bit of erasure will be required to remove some pricing that was assigned to album content. This will be my fifth country collection using a Scott leather bound album joining my existing United States, Canada, Finland, and Japan albums. The United States collection was started in 1975, the Canada collection in 2015, the Finland collection in 2019, the Japan collection in 2020, and now Sweden in 2020 as well.

Started my journey today by reading Wikipedia content about the country of Sweden and checking out Jim Jackson's Big Blue 1840-1940 blog at the https://bigblue1840-1940.blogspot.com/ URL. Did you know that nearly one third of the population of Sweden emigrated to the United States between 1850 and 1910, over one million emigres? And today nearly one quarter of the population of Sweden have one or more parents from another country as it in turn has become a popular destination for those needing a new home country.

Stamp issues started in 1855 with five different values released denominated in skilling. I don't expect to see any of these cross my path for quite a while as they are quite expensive. Interestingly there were government reprints made of the stamps for this set in 1868 (twice!), 1871 (one stamp only), and 1885 which were good for postage through 1910. And Sweden has one of the most well known true rarities from its first stamp set with one known orange rather than the normal blue green stamp from the low value of the set. Fortunately my album does NOT have a space for this error in color stamp.

The currency changed to ore for new stamps issued in 1858 (o has horizontal dots over the character which I don't know how to generate on my USA standard keyboard).


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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

"(o has horizontal dots over the character which I don't know how to generate on my USA standard keyboard)"



My usual solution is to turn to Google and the copy & paste function: ö

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09 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

If you are running W10 or earlier, use the built in character map. If using a keyboard with separate numeral keys to the right, then use the codes that are inbuilt. In this case Alt+0246.(times new roman)
Edit: To get to the character map click on the windows icon bottom left. Scroll down to windows accessories and you will find character map. I pinned it to my task bar.

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09 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

you need to choose the United States-International keyboard layout in the settings and then you can type with "sticky keys", i.e. when you type " followed by e, i, o, a, u or any letter that can have diaeresis / umlaut, it will automatically be inserted as ë, ï, ä, ü or whatever.
Same with other accents like `, ~ or ^ .

That way you'll never have to memorize all these awkward alt codes or rely on external programs anymore.

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09 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Ah but I have my keyboard set to English international because I spell in English not American.
The character map is so easy to use for all various symbols and characters, for various scripts, which is why it sits on my task bar available for immediate use without having to remember any codes.

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09 Oct 2020
06:11:35pm

re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Hi Jerrel

As a Sweden collector for about 30 years, I'll be interested to see how you get on with these stamps. In particular, what you think of the use of solid and rich colours from as far back as the 1920s. Very different from the other Scandinavian countries. Look out for the "joke on a stamp" of 1977. Will you also seek out the perf variations as between booklet stamps and coil stamps?

I'm sure you'll admire the lovely engraved stamps, and the strikingly original design that crops up again and again. Recently, there's some unusual royal portraits - though perhaps after your cut off date.

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09 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Trying character map here: 1 öre. Hey, it worked! Happy

Not sure on the color combinations, etc. for Sweden at this time. Mostly I tend to collect to the album but time will tell. I will check out the later issues in my Scott catalog for the "unusual royal portraits".

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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Jan-Simon: Thanks *very much* for the suggestion of the US International keyboard. There are times when that will definitely come in handy! In the past I've pulled up the character map and pinned it (like Vic/Sheepshanks), but this is very useful!



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11 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Counted through the spaces in the album to define the goal and found that there are 1411 spaces in the album with several different Scott defined types of stamps including regular issues, semi-postals, air mail, postage due, a new type for me of "stamps for city postage", officials, and parcel post stamps.

Have quite a few stamps for the period 1938 throgh 1973 for the album so it will be interesting to see how they impact it in terms of completion.

Now officially have 31 stamps recorded with two airmails, two parcel posts, and 27 semi-postals for 31 of 1382 stamps in the album to start. Happy

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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 4 new stamps to bring me to 35 of 1411 stamps for the Sweden album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 115, 121, 140, and 147 and were acquired from red boxes at a local stamp dealer. Also, managed to locate an eraser and am quite happy with the pages in the album following clean-up of the leftover pricing for stamps that was done by a previous owner of the album in pencil.

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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 112 stamps to bring me to 137 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 50-57, 67-71, 73, 77-86, 91, 93, 95-103, 116-117, 119, 122, 125, 126, 132, 137, 149-150, 153-154, 158-159, 166, 166-170, 172, 174, 178, 182, 184-185, 188, 191, 197-199, 213-215, 236, 248-250, 263, 264, 268-298 (complete page in album!), 299, 300, 300D, and 310-314. These stamps were from some Sweden pages with stamps covering the years 1889 through 1940. The pages cover up to 1979 so there are more to come.

I will have to figure out a way to create pictures of large additions that aren't as labor intensive as individual stamp scans and uploads. The attempts I made all generate images that are far too large to upload to Stamporama discussions.

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18 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 5 new stamps to bring me to 142 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 301, 302, 316, 334, and 341. Found that the stamps I had put in place for 299 and 300 were actually 301 and 302 but found replacement stamps plus three extras on a page of Sweden stamps that I had purchased some time ago for additions to the International albums that were surplus to that album.

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18 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Updated the spaces count for the Sweden stamps after checking the listings for some of the souvenir sheets which show individual stamp number listings.

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19 Oct 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Have you noticed the matter of perf on 2 sides (from a coil) as well as perf on 3 (from a booklet)?

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19 Oct 2020
09:56:08am

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Yes, and have been filling in issues with these combinations. They used some very interesting different designs on their production presses in that most stamps were not produced on large format sheets like most other countries' stamps as best I can tell.

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20 Oct 2020
05:13:52pm

re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 18 new stamps to bring me to 160 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 1072, 1073, 1075, 1231-1234, 1253-1257, and 1271-1276. Stamps were acquired through Hipstamp.

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23 Oct 2020
12:46:59am

re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 22 new stamps to bring me to 182 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps are Scott #'s 1242-7, 1248-52, 1280-84, 1298, and 1299-1303. New stamps were acquired from a local stamp dealer during a lunch break today.

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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 52 stamps to bring me to 234 of 1411 stamps for the album.

New stamps at Sweden Scott #'s 123, 124, 128, 135, 136,138, 190, 193, 230, 231, 237, 238, 241, 266, 267, C1-C3, C8, O12, O28-O40, O41-O43, and O45-O54. Stamps were picked from a Sweden pick book at a local stamp dealer. Still have some more to go through there including several nice pages from before the 1930's which exceeded my budget for yesterday since a tuiition bill for my son will be deducted tomorrow. Nothing really scary though as there were no mint stamps in the pick book for the first stamps for Sweden before 1910 that I do not currently have which can be very pricy. The ones I have cover most of the lower values and have been mentioned previously. Liked filling in some of the back of the book issues as I had almost none.

I am continuing to work on some of the later issues in the album as well from an existing set of pages and need to update the collection total to reflect those additions as well because the years from 1945 through the early 1970's are almost complete now as well. The stamp designs start to get a lot more interesting in 1953 as prior to that the Sweden stamps designs are a bit understated with mostly sets with a design with varying denomincations and colors. Watermark and perforation variations account for many of the different stamps as well. Tentatively I believe the current count is 991 of 1411 stamps for the album but I have counted it three times without any matching counts so far. Sad


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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Finally managed identical counts on the Sweden album and confirmed 1085 of 1411 stamps in the album including all more modern issues that I have completed adding to the album.

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15 Nov 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Spent most of the day at a local stamp shop working through some albums looking for stamps for Sweden specifically and through a Scott International Part I album looking for mint stamps for my International based world collection.

Added 53 stamps to my Sweden album and now have 1138 of 1411 stamps in the album. The majority of the additions were postage dues and officials plus several issues from earlier periods in the general stamp issues and one new air mail stamp!

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25 Dec 2020
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re: Sweden - Land of the Northern Lights

Added 83 new stamps to my Sweden stamp album to bring me to 1221 of 1411 stamps in the album. The new stamps were spread throughout the album mostly in the earlier periods with at least one new stamp from 1886 and several up to 1956 plus a good number from the latest period that the album covers from 1974-1979. I found a few out of place stamps while adding the new stamps and unfortunately a few were out of place and matching some additions that were purchased so I now have 8 duplicates and will need to look for some additional new stamps, mostly coil stamps. The stamps were acquired from another collector here on Stamporama through a want list.

Scott #'s for the additions include 40, 87-89, 104, 139, 165, 194, 216-225, 251, 252, 254, 261, 262, 302A-309, 315, 318, 326-328, 331-332, 338-340, 458, 459, 514, 516, 1079-1081, 1235-1236, 1238-1247, 1265-1270, 1277-1278, 1293, 1295-1296, 1305, 1310-1311, O12-O17, O43, and O54.

Also, lucked out at a local stamp store on December 23rd and found one of the Scott Hingeless brown leather binders so will have to look for some appropriate pages to start another collection to go with my existing collections for USA, Canada, Finland, Japan, and Sweden that use these binders. This binder has no country label on it nor the usual heraldry symbol on the front if memory serves. I will have to check again when I go upstairs now that I thought of it!

Update: After checking confirmed that the binder has no heraldic symbol on its front so definitely open for any use. Hurrah!



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