Welcome to episode #202. Today we are discussing ways to title your eBay listings to maximize the search and sell through with the eBay algorithm. Sell more. Sell faster. Have a listen.
Welcome to Episode #200. A mile stone for us and we thank you all for your listening support. Today we are discussing Stamp Auctions and the stamp issue of 1869 in great detail. The issue of 1869 has such a story to it. It changed everything, and I hope we can share a bit of this with you all.
Welcome to Stamp Show Here Today, Episode #168. Last week we discussed stamp investing and mister Bill Gross’s upcoming auction sale of some of the best stamps of the United States.
We, today we go to the other side and discuss Warren Buffett and his brief journey into stamp collecting/investing. So if you are afraid of the “I” word (Investing) curl up with your comfort animal in your safe space and prepare to hear all about the 4 cent blue eagle airmail stamp
Welcome to episode #167. After a long witty banter (or just banter) section we discuss the upcoming Bill Gross sale of the greatest stamps in US Philately (19 minute marker).
After that it is all about Mister Zip. Yes this eclectic fellow of old is discussed from origins to a possible evil twin. (31 minute marker).
Enjoy or Mister Zip will come to get you!
Welcome to episode #133. On May 22nd Linn's Stamp News (free plug - this is a great magazine) had three articles that we are weighing in on. The first is the APS taking the FIP to task (minute 5 marker). The second is an article on the forever stamp and how stamp collecting is changing the way the post office has to do its accounting. It also has some pretty strong indicators for the strength of the US Stamp Collecting market (minute 15 marker). Lastly we address a letter from David Kolls of Regency Superior Auctions and wish our best to him in his plight but take him to task for his opinions (minute 31 marker).
Welcome to episode #103. This week we talk about the 21st amendment which was the repeal of prohibition (7 minute mark). It is facinating how prohibition effected so much. From women getting the vote to the establishment of the income tax. Also we speak with David Coogle who operates one of the largest auction companies in the world (24 minute mark). He discusses the state of the market and gives some great tips to stamp purchasing.
Welcome to Episode #102. We talk about this day in history with Albert Einstein, John Marshall - who he was and the 40 cent stamp that bears his likeness (with a discussion on the WET and DRY printing of the stamp) and a GREAT interview with Andy and Christoph giving information that anyone selling stamps at auction MUST KNOW.