The Disney World of Postage Stamps

Every once in a while I find something unusual to add to my collection of Disneyana. And this item I’m sharing with you today is no exception:

Stamps Book 1 +     Donald’s hobby

I picked this up at a little antique store near where I live. It came with many stamps, but I’ve since added greatly to its contents.

Stamps Book 2 +     Stamps Book 4 +

Inside pages

The idea is to get the stamps pictured here and stick them over the black and white images, thus assuring that you will have the complete set.

Stamps Book 3 +

I’ve added pages that don’t require sticking the stamps, so that they can be removed for viewing

Stamps Book 5 +     Stamps Book 6 +

Advertising and back cover

Once I purchased this album, I ended up on a stamp kick, buying every one I could find. I was delighted to find this card of very special ones:

Stamps Walt Disney +

Walt Disney with a line of Small World children heading for the Castle in the sky

Stamp collecting isn’t as popular as it once was, but if it has a Disney theme, I’ll buy it! I hope this post gets your stamp of approval (sorry).

Actually, I’m going to let you pick your favorite tag line to end the post. Will it be:

Stamp Collecting: Lick’em and Stick’em!

Stamp Collecting: You just can’t lick it!

Stamp Collecting: Meh.

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1 Response to The Disney World of Postage Stamps

  1. Maureen says:

    Lick’em and Stick’em!

    Liked by 1 person

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