Bill Seymour's
Online Stamp Collections


Questions on these web pages?

My Collection:

Collections Listed by Political Affiliation

 

British Empire

Ionian Islands Collection British Protectorate transfered to Greece in 1864. Complete unused, still missing used examples
New Zealand Collection (Work in progress)
Pitcairn Islands Collection British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific
 

French Colonies

Alaouites Collection French controlled district of Syria, later renamed Latakia
Alexandretta Collection French controlled district of Syria, later renamed Hatay
Algeria Collection French Colony in Northern Africa, collection current through 1940
Niger Collection French Colony in Northern Africa, collection current through 1940
Upper Volta Collection French Colony in Northwestern Africa
 

Austro-Hungarian Empire

Yugoslavia Collection Southern Europe, bordering on the Adriatic Sea (Just getting started)
 

Belgium & Colonies

Belgium Collection North central Europe, bordering France, Luxemburg, Germany and The Netherlands. (Just getting started scanning)
 

Ottoman Empire

Turkey Collection Current to 1940, including BoB and Turkey in Asia.  Many thanks to Mitchell Ward for the start on this country!
 

Portugal & Colonies

Portugal Collection (Work in progress)
Portuguese Africa Collection Issues released by Portugal for use in its African colonies (Angola, Cape Verde, Portuguese Guinea, St. Thomas and Prince Islands, and Mozambique)
Portuguese Congo Collection Issues released by Portugal for use in its African colony (Now part of Angola)
Kionga Collection Short lived Eastern Africa country, now part of Mozambique. Complete unused, still missing used examples
 

Russian/Soviet

Azerbaijan Collection Southernmost part of Russia in Eastern Europe.  Current through 1940
 

Treaty of Versailles

Allenstein Collection Treaty of Versailles Plebiscite between Germany and Poland
   
   
Stamp Collection Want List Very far from being current, see the online collections, they are newer. Someday to be replaced with a real interactive database...  Probably using XML in conjunction with SQL Server.  (Any help/suggestions appreciated)