Today one of our favourite blogs, Quad Royal, declared us a blog they love. As part of accepting this award it is now up to us to name some of our favourite blogs. Here they are, in no particular order:
Pakistan Philatelic Net Club
A regularly updated blog with articles on stamps, coins, banknotes and major auctions.
An interesting and well-researched blog with Machin enthusiasts (and newcomers) in mind.
Adrian Keppel, a regular contributor to various stamp magazines, blogs about stamps from all over the world, but with a focus on Europe and former British colonies.
The blog of stamp dealers Norvic Philatelics is a great news source for the latest British issues, and often documents errors.
Eric in France collects mint stamps from France and China, all stamps issued in 1966, stamps about frogs and toads, and rugby-themed stamps. He regularly displays gems from his eclectic collection on this blog.
Something a little different (and strictly for adults)…a fascinating art project inviting people to confess their secrets on a handmade postcard.
So Much Pileup
A graphic design-focused blog which celebrates 1960s-1980s stamps on Fridays.
The Philatelic Database
A website and blog with the serious philatelist in mind.
The Stamp Collecting Round-Up
A favourite of many stamp collectors which always offers something different and interesting.
The Wandering Genealogist
John Gasson’s blog chronicling his research into his family tree. John also blogs about postcards, maps and walking.
Pushing the Envelope
The Smithsonian National Postal Museum’s blog – well written and informative.
Letter Writer’s Alliance, Bashfully Designed and The Missive Maven
Stamps, mailart, ephemera, design, stationery…these three creative blogs will inspire you to send beautiful, handmade letters and cards to your friends.
An exploration of vintage postcards.