Hi, I just joined the group yesterday. I'm quite new to Norfolk
Island stamps, started purchasing them a few months ago.
Can anyone tell what's up with all these unused pre-stamped Norfolk
envelopes (they look as though they should be FDCs except they've
never been postmarked)? Currently someone in Australia has
thousands up in a single eBay lot, and I see them frequently in
bundles of five or more at a time. I would just like to know the
background to these.
Apart from that mystery, I love Norfolk Island stamps.
P.S. there's an awful lot of spam around.
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, Don Balya
> Don't know.
> gerryyork <gerard_york@...> wrote: Hi Don!
> That's two of us! It's a start
> Where's the moderator?
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> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gerryyork"
> > <gerard_york@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello! I just joined this list and wanted to introduce myself.
> am a
> > > 49 year old lawyer in Tallahassee, Florida. I started
> > > Norfolk Island stamps in 1970. I will never forget my
> > > age 12) getting that first package from the Postmaster. I
> > > about 70 sets to complete my collection, so I have my work cut
> > for
> > > me. If you have mint never hinged extras, please get in
> > > touch. Visiting Norfolk Island is on my lifetime must do list
> > > should happen in the next few years! Glad to be here!
> > >
> > Hi, Gerry, I was surprised to receive your e-mail. I signed up
> > the site some time back and have never heard from anyone, nor
> > ever been able to view the Norfolk Post Office site. I do not
> have my
> > own computer and use the ones at the library. Anyway, welcome to
> > group. You're the first person I have ever heard from since
> > I have tried to contact people but never received a reply. I am
> > Bridgeville, Penna., a suburb of Pittsburgh. Don Balya
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