About

Thailand Flag definitive stamp 2003

I’m Tom. I collect stamps and covers, and this is my collection of worldwide items. I purchased most of them in dusty stamp shops, at exhibitions, or on eBay.

I’m a technical writer. I am a Brit living in Thailand with my wife and family. I collect stamps. I read science-fiction (Dick, Pohl, Asimov, Niven).

My favourite items in this collection are the ordinary postal covers that I have received from a host of great stamp friends around the world – in exchange for covers from my adopted country. Stampers are good people and I’d like to say a big thank you to all my exchange pals. Thanks for reading!

Contact

If you want to exchange covers or stamps from your country with similar items from Thailand, please use the form below to get in touch.

Please note: the covers and stamps on this site are not for sale. I am not a stamp dealer or supplier. I do not provide full sets of all issues. By exchange, I simply mean occasional “like-for-like” cover swaps as hobbyist collectors. Thanks!

 

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  1. Hello there,
    I’m pleased to meet you and find your blog content interesting. The glossary you added to this blog is a useful inclusion for your readers. Best wishes for blogging success.

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    1. Hi timethief, thank you for visiting, great to meet you too! I am new to WP, but I follow your advice in the forums and look forward to your posts. I should probably write something new here, now that I have got Flickr out of my system.

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    1. Hi teacritter, thanks! Sure, that would be great – I’ll write :) My next task here is to post an offer for exchanges. Great pen pal map on your site!

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      1. Awesome I’ll look forward to it, I was thinking I’ll go and buy a 2nd class stamp (I never use them) but then I can post you the entire latest commemorative set with the queen on. :D

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  2. My father and I used to save them – great hobby. After a while my friends got into it, but my cousin ended up with the volumes somehow and ended up throwing them out. I was furious, but I won’t get into that.

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    1. Hi, thanks for visiting. Very sorry to hear about your collection. It happens all too often I’m afraid. I sometimes wonder what will happen to mine in years to come.

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