The lovely Ella serenades
our very own Moon stamp.
As promised, I now present to you the source of my most recent acquisition of FV MNH stamps. I thought it merited an interview to which he kindly obliged me. His name is Murph, the force behind "Murph's Stamps". He has a military and law enforcement background. Now retired, lives with his wife in Texas. I hope the interview below will answer any questions you have about his stamps and services.
FV = Face Value
MNH = Minted Never Hinged (they haven’t been cancelled and are still good to use on postage today)
Some time back I purchased vintage postage stamps through someone who knew "a guy". Moving further along my letter writing journey I wanted a bit more control over my purchase, as what I received was nice but pretty random.
I had no clue about their inventory
or about the acquisition of the stamps.
I did some digging. Ebay seemed to have a world of resource but honestly
Hello, I’m Nina, the maven behind the
IQS blog. I’m all about creativity (ya think?).
I work in several disciplines. So it's no surprise that the Art of Letter Writing would come knocking on my door. Smitten!
However, I did not want to simply add MailArt as a discipline to my website. Thus it became the IQS Blog within my site. And that is why there are TWO navigation menus. *Here’s a Tip: stick with the BLOG Menu in this Column. The main site menu will lead you astray into dark places where you will be screaming for help and no one will hear you.
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