Germany & Colonies Philatelic Society
The year 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the first year of operation of the Germany & Colonies Philatelic Society following the amalgamation of the Germany & Colonies Stamp Club (established 1947) and the Stockton German Study Group (1960).

The G&CPS celebrated its inaugural year in 1964 with the first Germania Posta philatelic exhibition held in Stockton.

Title: Storing Stamp Sheets and Booklets?
Posted By: Giles du Boulay (
Posted On: 14/12/2019 at 11:48:43
Message: The Lindner mint sheet album I have although I would say is not specifically designed to allow frequent rearrangment of its leaves, as you say, does seem to allow this by unscrewing the four slotted-head binding posts holding the contents together. I've not tried to do this. Alternatively I have supplied members in the past with Stanley Gibbons 'Sterling' stationery albums/slipcases [R3445/R3449] which come with 20 x 4-ring extra-large acid-free polypropylene wallets each with an with insert leaf capable of taking items up to 274 x 346mm in size, these also being available as additional packets of 20 leaves/inserts [R3446]. The members concerned used these for storing full sheets. I don't know whether SG still produce them and I am no longer supplying SG anyway due to a number of service issues with them and their very much reduced trade discount. Giles
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Storing Stamp Sheets and Booklets? John Stuart-Clarke 07/12/2019 17:44:49
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