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Why Do I Do This?

Every couple of weeks I write about stamp collecting. Occasionally I write about my working life because it’s simply fun, or I might invite you to try your hand at one of our stamp competitions. Often it can be an article about a stamp or area of philately which we may or may not be offering in a current sale - a couple of weeks ago I tried to untangle what “Rhodesia” might mean to philatelists and how the name came about but we didn’t have a larger than normal offering of these areas that week, I just fancied writing about it!

So why do I do it? Well I love stamps and I enjoy writing, it’s a straightforward as that. Everyone on the stamp team at Sandafayre collects stamps. It’s how we came to working with stamps and many of us (me included) will go home and spend time with our own collections!

We have no interest in sending emails and expensive catalogues to people who are not interested in philately; we only stay in contact with people with whom we have a legitimate interest because of their stamp and postal history collecting. So the chances are that if you are receiving this email you have contacted us in the past by either bidding with us, requesting our catalogues or you’ve registered your collecting interests with us.

Because it takes many years to build a collection we have accepted that we will only do business with you when something that suits your requirements comes to the market. Every collector I know (yes, including me) actively enjoys seeing what’s ‘out there’ and in staying in touch with his or her hobby including, I hope, my email articles and other relevant stamp collecting information.

We only have a legitimate interest in contacting you about your hobby, philately and its related collectibles; we certainly won’t be contacting you about anything else and definitely will never share any of your information with anyone else! If you have any concerns about your data and privacy in relation to the new GDPR regulations please take a few minutes to read our Privacy Policy which has been in place for many years. Should you not wish to hear from us anymore or read more of my amazing articles it’s easy to unsubscribe and we’ll make sure you never hear from us again!

Vincent

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