Machin Stamps is one of the "portfolio" of websites owned and operated by Ian Lasok-Smith (Philatelist). These websites cover all aspects of Great Britain and Commonwealth Philately. Each site having a slightly different emphasis.
Machin Stamps has been created to appeal to the specialist and discerning collector of Machin Stamps.
The emphasis on Machin Stamps will be the listing items of interest to the more specialist collectors of the Machin issues. Gum & paper variations, head & value types, phosphor types, scarcer printings in all formats e.g sheet, booklet..... errors and varieties and more unusual Machin related material will feature.
I am a full member of the Philatelic Traders Society (PTS). Membership No. 5904
I am a full member of the Internet Philatelic Dealers Association. Membership No. 219
Great Britain Philatelic Society
Modern British Philatelic Circle
The Postal Stationery Society
Machin Collectors Club
Other websites owned and operated by Ian Lasok-Smith (Philatelist)
My retail site catering for collectors of all aspects of Great Britain Philately seeking those special items to enhance their collections.
Exceptional material from all reigns. Fine Classic material, Scarce Shades, Specialised Single Stamps, Scarce Printings, Missing Colours, Imperforates, Phosphor and Embossing Errors, Colour and Perforation Shifts, Inverted Watermarks, Booklet Errors and Varieties, Constant Varieties, Proofs, Artists Work.......
The interesting and unusual
Elizabethan Stamps has been created to appeal to the specialist and discerning collector of the postage stamps and related material from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II excluding the Machin issues.The emphasis on Elizabethan Stamps will be the listing items of interest to the more specialist collectors of the era (although a large selection of very competitively priced less specialised material will be offered) . To this end scarcer printings in all formats e.g sheet, booklet..... errors and varieties and more unusual stamps related material will feature. The listings are suited to those use the Gibbon's Specialised Volumes 3 & 5 and the Stoneham Great Britain Stamp Catalogue (and for those who are familiar with it the "Woodstock" Catalogue of British Elizabethan Stamps)