Noun(1) the collection and study of postage stamps
(1) In an effort to popularise philately , the bureau has made provisions for a thematic display of stamps of members of the club.(2) Though he started philately as a hobby during his school days and collected many stamps, lack of penpals plus adequate finances prevented him from pursuing it vigorously.(3) A keen coin and stamp collector as well as a dealer in rare stamps and ancient coins, he avers that philately has become a rich-man's hobby.(4) However, he rues that the increased denomination of stamps has now made philately an expensive proposition.(5) The number of commemorative stamps issued has increased rapidly since World War II, in response to the improvements in printing techniques that have allowed greater variety of design, and to the growth of philately as a hobby.(6) As a tribute to the cinema hall, the first philatelic exhibition is on the ├ö├ç├┐World Cinema├ö├ç├û collection of Mohan V. Raman, a film artiste and philatelist .(7) Philatelically speaking, only the USS BEAR had an official post office and all mail sent from either of the two bases or USS NORTH STAR was canceled aboard the USS BEAR.(8) Recognising that many deserving names and items have yet to be commemorated philatelically , postal authorities are urged to address these deficits.(9) We understand that there are only 40 of these signed covers in existence, and most of them have already gone to novelty-hungry philatelists worldwide.(10) Philately has undergone a transformation over the years, as young philatelists are more keen on thematic stamps.(11) The scope of the philatelic world renders the boast that stamp collecting is ├ö├ç├┐probably the most popular indoor hobby that exists├ö├ç├û entirely believable.(12) It will feature 40 stamp and postcard dealers whose wares cover all aspects of the hobby, as well as up to 25 philatelic societies holding meetings and offering advice.(13) It is one of the most commonly collected artefacts, where its market worth is arbitrarily unhinged from its clearly marked original face value, in the philatelist 's eye.(14) Not just students but any enthusiast would find the web site full of philatelic information provided by the Postal Department.(15) Foreign stamps are readily available in the UK (through philatelic dealers), unlike many other foreign cultural items.(16) Some philatelists believe that postage stamp issuance is an important medium helping to define a country, and that the commercialization of the process cheapens this noble purpose.
2. stamp collection ::
Different Formsphilatelic, philatelist, philatelists, philately
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