Stamp Packets & Mixtures
An economical way to build your stamp collection, with packets and mixtures by country or topicals from around the world.
Our Cancel Nations Stamp Packets for Collectors offer a great way to build a foundation for an exciting worldwide or topical collection. Frequently updated with new offerings, our master list of available packets are the best way to begin or expand a collection. Packets are of all-different and already off-paper and ready for your album
United States stamp packets have become more an more difficult to stock. But we do have a good stock of all-different packets, and love to find packets of just airmail, or other specialty stamps. When we can, our duck stamp packets have been a large success.
African Countries are a terrific area for stamp collectors to explore. The modern African Stamps from countries A to Zimbabwe are beloved by topical collectors; wild animals, flora, birds, and cats, plus native art and culture, and so much more. The stamps of the colonial era are more difficult to find, but we do have them on occasion as very agreeable prices.
China, Hong Kong, Afghanistan, Indonesia are just a few of the countries you may find here. No collection can be complete without the stamps of the orient. We are always adding new material to this fun collecting area.
European Stamp Packets represent possibly our best collecting area as there are so many stamp issuing countries and all produce interest stamps, and have been issuing stamps since the 19th Century. Enjoy a look at the diverse range of stamp packets we offer here.
Argentina to Venezuela, the stamp packets of Latin American countries are great fun to collect. Many of the early stamps of these countries are very economical to collect and can be found in lower priced stamp packets. The modern issues of this region are great for animal, bird, marine life, flowers, art, native culture, and archeology topical collecting areas.
The stamps of the Middle East, and in particular the stamps we call 'The Dunes' which are issues of various potentates and Trucial States that make up a very intriguing and little understood area of the world. Deep in history of archeology, they region also has produced many popular stamps for topical collectors, some the most artistic in the world.
Oh Canada! Explore the history and wonder of the USA! and sometimes we locate packets of stamps from Mexico, and the United Nations-New York. Where we do have these in stock they are popular to all. As all Cancel Nations Packets the prices are always low.
Australia is the largest stamp issuing country of Oceania. Some other countries are more obscure and this makes them more interesting when we can locate their stamps for our Cancel Nations line of packets for collectors.
We offer worldwide packets of all-different stamps from a wide range of countries in packets with both commemorative and regular issue stamps, or our packet of 1000 all-different commemorative stamps. Our best buys are packets of 1000 and more, but we also have smaller packets of stamps for the new collector.
Our most popular packets as they tend to be the most colorful, always of interest to collectors, and coming from a far range of countries. Topical Stamp Collecting is one of the most popular new collecting areas as collectors turn there attention to subjects that interest and inform, cats, dogs, sport and olympica, flowers, art and so many more that can help to build a colorful and interesting stamp collection
Stamp collecting can be described as 'making order out of chaos' and no better enjoyment can be found than in exploring our mixtures, where you may find just about anything. Unlike packets, mixtures have duplications, but they have also not been picked over and this leave the opportunity for some getter finds. Sold by weight these are the real bargain hunters bonanzas.
Our Stamp Packets Special Buys section is where you will find the unusual and the one of a kind items that come into our warehouse from time to time. Overstocked, one-of-a-kind, and just interesting, this is the section where you will find the difference between a good and a great collection.