The links in the following table will take you to informational articles dealing with various topics regarding stamps on stamps. The articles were selected, in part, to demonstrate some of the rich diversity of collecting approaches to the stamp on stamp thematic, from the basic subject of stamps on stamps, through specialization of one country, on to collecting the thematic on postal stationery, and pursuit of the thematic based on an additional element (the magnifying glass).

The first article is taken from, with permission of the organization, The 1982 American Philatelic Congress Book. The remaining articles are taken from our official journal, SOS SIGNAL. In due course, we will be adding additional articles. We hope you will come back and visit us again to see what additions we have made to our website.

Note: At the end of each article, you will find a link to bring you back to the beginning of the table. Please feel free to visit as many of the articles in which you have an interest.



§  Stamps on Stamps: The Logical Topical, by Bunny Kaplan


§  Philatelic Echoes of Empire:  Jamaica’s One Shilling Invert Frame By Richard Howard


§  The Stamp Whispers, the Letter Speaks, By Martin Hirschbühl


§  The Consequential Sequence, By Martin Hirschbühl With illustrations by Lou Guadagno


§  Soviet and Russian Postal Stationery, By Gaston Barrette


§  Classic Stamps and Postmarks on Stamps of Spain, By William E. Critzer


§  Postal Stationery: a Worthy Collectible, By Gaston Barrette


§  Stamps Under Glass (SUG Revisited), By Judy Hornaday


§  More Cinderellas of the Penny Black Centenary, By Wes Shellen


§  United Nations Souvenir Cards and SOS, By Harry Skallerup


§  The 100th Anniversary of the first Stamp on stamp, By Lou Guadagno







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