White Ace Supplements will be issued over the course of the year 2016, beginning in May. The supplements will become available for purchase as they are released by the publisher. Keep your collection up-to-date. We stock all U.S. Albums, plus The United Nations, Canada, The Vatican City, and Israel. Register for our free Scott Supplement Notification Service and receive an eNotify Alert when your supplements become available
The White Ace Regular Issues of the United States Album begins with the first United States stamps ever issued, those of 1847. This fully illustrated and comprehensively annotated album, illuminated in patriotic colors, provides spaces for the regular postage stamps of the United States, including all of the major varieties of design, denomination, and color.
The White Ace Regular Postage Album (simplified) begins with the first issues of 1847. This fully illustrated and comprehensively annotated album is simplified to provide spaces for all major varieties of design, denomination and color only. Tthe 1¢ Franklin Imperf of 1851-1857 carries at least 6 distinct catalogues numbers for varieties. This album provides space for only one stamp of this design
The White Ace Commemoratives Album (Complete) exemplifies the quality expected from White Ace, and features the unique style of colorful pages, fully illustrated, with informative historical notes about each issue. The complete pages provide spaces for every commemorative stamps issued, beginning with the Columbian Exposition Series of 1893.
The Commemorative Singles SIMPLIFIED pages are intended to reduce the collector's stamp purchasing requirements, while providing for a complete U.S. collection.. Released for the first time by White Ace for the 1996 issues, they have been continued for each subsequent year's issues. These pages will generally seek to show each face different stamp only once.
The White Ace Commemoratives Plate Block Album exemplifies the quality expected from White Ace, and features the unique style of colorful pages, fully illustrated, with informative historical notes about each issue. The White Ace Plate Blocks Complete pages show a plate block for each different stamp that has an adjacent plate number. Pages beginning with the Washington Bicentennial Series of 1932
In 1975 White Ace began publishing a simplified supplement for the Commemorative Plate Block collector. The new format follows the conventions of the 'complete' album, except that some stamps are shown only as blocks of 4 where as the 'complete' supplement provides space for an entire pane (Legends of Hollywood, etc.) or a block of 4 rather than an entire booklet pane for some Christmas issues.
The White Ace Regular Issue Blocks Album exemplifies the quality expected from White Ace, and features the unique style of colorful pages, fully illustrated, with informative historical notes about each issue. Space is provided for each definitive (regular post) issue beginning in 1922-1923 with the Nathan Hale 1/2-cent issue. When Plate Numbers began to appear on coil stamps Plate Number Coils were added to the album.
A complete album for the collector of airmail issues. One album accommodates the airmail stamps issued as singles or setenants, plus the coil stamps (singles and pairs) and those stamps from booklet panes. You can also take your collection to the next level with a collection of the plate number blocks. The album pages are supplemented as need based on new issues.
Some of the more interesting and varied commemorative issues of the United States Postal Department are found on the Postal Cards and Postal Stationery, beginning in 1876 with the Century of American Independence issues, and in 1893 with the Columbian Exposition Series. Since that time until today, issues have celebrated American History, heritage, and grandeur. Envelopes are reprewsented by cut squares and the Postal Cards by entires.
The White Ace Booklet Panes Album provides spaces for major varieties of all issues. The first booklet panes appeared in 1900 and booklets of various-design low-denomination stamps have been issued since that time. In World War I and II, Booklets of stamps were made up for the convenience of troops overseas. Today both definitive and commemorative stamps are popular in booklet format.
Duck Stamps have been a favorite of stamp collectors and hunting enthusiasts since their introduction for the 1934-1935 Hunting Season. Each annual release is represented with notes about the subject and the artist. The current issues have space for both the traditional stamp and the new self-adhesive Pane of One format. This album is updated with supplements issued every other year, or as needed.
On February 26, 1904, the Isthmian Canal Convention granted to the United States a zone of land for the construction and operation of the Panama Canal. From 1903 to 1979 the territory was controlled by the United States of America, which had built the canal and financed its construction. The first stamp of the Canal Zone Postal Service was issued June 24, 1904 with issues continuing through 1978.
Christmas Seals made their first appearance in Denmark in 1904. The idea of such charity stamps caught on in other countries, and in 1907 the first United States Christmas Seal was issued by the Delaware Chapter of the American Red Cross. This introduction was successful, and the American Red Cross began its' nationwide campaigns. The National Tuberculosis Association joined the annual campaigns in 1910.
The White Ace British Empire Albums offer collectors the opportunity to create comprehensive collections of the special omnibus issues of the British Empire; including the Coronation of King George VI and the Silve Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. White Ace stamp albums are printed on acid-free durable 60 lb. index paper. Colorful borders and informative textmake White Ace Stamp Albums a preferred choice.
The White Ace Canada Album provides spaces for major varieties of all issues. Both the Canada Regular Issue and Airmail Pages and the Canada Commemorative Issues Pages share the same graphic design for a comprehensive album to the extent you wish to collect.
The complete album package includes: Pages for Guernsey and Jersey beginning in 1969, 5 White Ace 3-ring binders with gold embossed title on the spine and cover, 5 Matching White Ace Dustcovers. An additional discount from our already discounted component prices (prices shown include all discounts)
The White Ace Israel Album (for stamps with Tabs) exemplifies the quality expected from White Ace, and features the unique style of colorful pages, fully illustrated, with informative historical notes about each issue. In 1948, when the printing of the first Israel Postage Stamps began, ancient Jewish coins were selected as their motifs.
The White Ace United Nations Stamp Album includes the Commemorative, Regular Issue and Airmail issues of offices in New York, Geneva and Vienna in one comprehensive album. Space is provided for each issue, and in the case of setenant blocks, the block as well as each stamp individually is provided for. All stamps are pictured for a very attractive album presentation.
Vatican City first issued stamps beginning in 1929 with the Papal Tiara. The album includes Regular Issues, Commemoratives, Semi-Postals, Airmails and Special Delivery stamps, plus the Postage-Dues and Parcel Post issues. The White Ace Vatican City Album exemplifies the quality expected from White Ace, and features the unique style of colorful pages, fully illustrated, with informative historical notes about each issue.
White Ace Binders have high quality 1 1/4" rings, covers of extra heavy binder board wrapped with durable simulated leatherette. The No. 100 series binders have a blind embossed rim stamping on the cover and the title gold stamped on the cover and backbone; the 100H binder has only the blind embossed rim stamping on the face and has a label holder on the backbone. Should you desire it, a 100H style binder is available without the label holder. All White Ace binder have our unique molded sheet lifters to protect your pages from ring wear.
Bordered blank pages that match the pages in your White Ace Album allow for expansion of your collection to include personal expression of your interests. Add a few covers of interest here and there, or add a page of 'fancy cancels' to your classics collection. Blank pages allow you the freedom to expand your collection in ways that you can decide as unique buying opportunities that fit your fancy present themselves.
Build your own topical collection using White Ace Topical Pages, featuring attractive titles and borders within which you can construct your special collection. 33 different topicals to choose from, yours will certainly be here. Pages are 8.5" x 11" card-stock and fit a standard 3-ring binder (An inexpensive heavy-duty White Ace binder with slipcase is available)
White Ace publishes a series of specialty album pages for the collector of United States stamps who would enjoy taking a further journey into the more popular and important modern postal issues. As appropriate these pages allow the collector to combine mint and used singles, blocks and plate blocks, coils issues and booklet panes, gutter pairs and blocks, postal stationery and postal cards as issued.
USPS Souvenir Pages have been a popular collecting subject for many years now. White Ace produces an attractive album for collecting USPS Souvenir Pages. Featuring the colorful artistic style that is the hallmark of White Ace Album pages, we also have Allsyte Mounts for mounting the pages without damaging them. The complete album is a special order item that we do not stock in our warehouse. However, for our customers who have the album we do stock the blank pages for maintaining a current collection.
When you choose an ALLSYTE for your collection, you are moving up to a new experience in cover albums. These top-quality cover albums feature gold-titled, leatherette binders of sturdy, durable construction. The covers are neatly arranged in clear plastic pockets that display your collection fully visible while fully protected. Even when full the album opens to lay flat, and never bulges.