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General Philatelic/Gen. Discussion : Stamp Sharing

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Lanuii
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11 Oct 2020
10:36:06am
Most Collectors shared their stamp albums to friends or family. As for myself, I shared them with my family & friends. Sometimes, I bring my stamp albums & share them with my co-workers & oversea business associates. I store my stamp albums in Carry On Bag when traveling. Here are 2 question for Stamp Collectors:

Who do you share your stamp albums with?........(friends, family, associates, etc)
What do you use to store your stamp collection when traveling?......(luggage, carry on bag, suitcase, etc)

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ArtStamp
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11 Oct 2020
11:25:19am
re: Stamp Sharing

Hello from Hot, Rainy, Muggy South Florida,

Read your post. It is interesting and so true.
Sorry to say, I only share my stamps finds, albums, etc. with my daughter.

However, I am writing Stamp Collecting Stories, true and fictional, from the time I was
much younger. In them I talk about young people who share their stamp albums, their stamp collecting goals. The stories are supposed to be guides for the new stamp collector.

Most characters are based on real people, but some are composites or invented. If you wish to read one of my stories request it by writing on the subject line: Request Stamp Story
and send via gmail to 1rgbphilatelics@gmail.com

Best wishes on your thread. I'll keep watching and reading.
Stay Safe and Sane: Collect Stamps!

robert g brito
1rgbphilatelics@gmail.com

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cougar
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11 Oct 2020
04:42:43pm

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Unfortunately I do not have anyone to share my collections with.

I occasionally scan some engraved hunting and fishing stamps in high resolution and post images on a fishing board.

This week one of the employees I supervise was at the site with her dog. I couldn't remember where I had seen that dog. Then she said it is an akita - a Japanese breed.
I e-mailed her the images below and I think that made her happy.

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Kapul
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12 Oct 2020
04:16:16am
re: Stamp Sharing

When you think about it we are all sharing our stamps with many friends here on Stamporama.

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Kapul
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12 Oct 2020
04:23:53am
re: Stamp Sharing

Cougar, some time back I remember watching a lovely movie about an Akita - the main actor was Richard Geare- but unfortunately I'm not sure of the name of the movie, but Hachi rings a bell.

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Charlie2009
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12 Oct 2020
06:01:04am
re: Stamp Sharing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hachi:_A_Dog%27s_Tale

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londonbus1
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12 Oct 2020
11:08:35am
re: Stamp Sharing

I share my albums, books and ephemera with thousands of folk......all via my laptop !!

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partsguy
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12 Oct 2020
02:55:15pm
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That Hachi movie is an excellent film, assuming you watch it in a dust-free setting. I made the mistake of watching it during allergy season with a cat in my lap. There may also have been a sandstorm, and I was eating jalapenos. The plot is easy to follow, even if you are blinded with tears from all of the outside influences!

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Love & Peace
13 Oct 2020
06:22:21pm
re: Stamp Sharing

Shared with family, friends & associates.
Stored stamp albums in carry on luggage when traveling.

PS- The dog movie about Akita is very touching. I wonder if that 2009 dog is still alive today ?

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16 Oct 2020
04:32:04am
re: Stamp Sharing

"Hachi" is "Eight" in Japanese. Perhaps number eight in a litter ?

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