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Europe/Other : Poland: catalogue recommendation

 

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Calstamp

25 Mar 2022
01:06:02pm
Intermediate collector with growing interest in Poland.

Particularly interested in perforation, watermark, and paper type varieties.

Looking to grow beyond Scott.

No proficiency with Polish language.

Seeking recommendation re possible catalogue purchase. Fischer? Michel? Other?

TIA.


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Mike

25 Mar 2022
01:24:52pm
re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

First, I would try the Stampworld catalog, https://www.stampworld.com/en/maps/europe/
It's free to use and much better than Scott's. I use Stampworld for most countries and then refer to Scott's for U.S. values.
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Calstamp

25 Mar 2022
02:34:08pm
re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

Will check out stampworld.

Thank you.

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In Arduis Fidelis

26 Mar 2022
03:16:11pm
re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

You can also get a great deal of information on Colnect.com.

You have to join but it's free.

They are very handy for tracking varieties and themes.

Their search engine is quite good too and they also have picture recognition.

Best of luck,

As a Poland collector I also use Fischer.

It's a bit difficult at times as my Polish is terrible but I perservere.

Thank goodness for Google Translate when I get stuck.

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Calstamp

27 Mar 2022
11:35:25am
re: Poland: catalogue recommendation


Thank you, Dambrovski. Very helpful.

Admittedly, while I was aware of colnect, never spent much time investigating it. Quite a resource. And attractively priced!

Based on a brief review of various early 1920s issues, am impressed. Good info re varieties: perforations, paper types/thickness, etc. More than I had expected.

Thanks again.

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Calstamp

25 Mar 2022
01:06:02pm

Intermediate collector with growing interest in Poland.

Particularly interested in perforation, watermark, and paper type varieties.

Looking to grow beyond Scott.

No proficiency with Polish language.

Seeking recommendation re possible catalogue purchase. Fischer? Michel? Other?

TIA.


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Mike
25 Mar 2022
01:24:52pm

re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

First, I would try the Stampworld catalog, https://www.stampworld.com/en/maps/europe/
It's free to use and much better than Scott's. I use Stampworld for most countries and then refer to Scott's for U.S. values.
Mike

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"It's been three years now, since I joined a support group for procrastinators. We haven't met yet..."
Calstamp

25 Mar 2022
02:34:08pm

re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

Will check out stampworld.

Thank you.

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Dambrovski

In Arduis Fidelis
26 Mar 2022
03:16:11pm

re: Poland: catalogue recommendation

You can also get a great deal of information on Colnect.com.

You have to join but it's free.

They are very handy for tracking varieties and themes.

Their search engine is quite good too and they also have picture recognition.

Best of luck,

As a Poland collector I also use Fischer.

It's a bit difficult at times as my Polish is terrible but I perservere.

Thank goodness for Google Translate when I get stuck.

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wirralps.com
Calstamp

27 Mar 2022
11:35:25am

re: Poland: catalogue recommendation


Thank you, Dambrovski. Very helpful.

Admittedly, while I was aware of colnect, never spent much time investigating it. Quite a resource. And attractively priced!

Based on a brief review of various early 1920s issues, am impressed. Good info re varieties: perforations, paper types/thickness, etc. More than I had expected.

Thanks again.

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