Seasonal stamp collection from Singapore, courtesy of SingPost. There are different sets of stamps for the different group of people. For kids, for those who enjoy eating local delicacies, as well as those who has a keen interest for history!
Uniquely Singapore Complete Set
Playgrounds – Complete Set
Local Desserts – Complete Set
The fourth series of our Limited Edition Series, featuring the top series in Japan, Pokemon!
Get your various Pokemon stamps, and turn it into a collection for all 493 Pokemon! From Bulbasaur to Arceus!
Courtesy of JP Post (Japan), Turkmenistan, Tadjikistan
The third part of our Limited Edition Collection series, featuring animes!!! From Gundam Suit, to Naruto, Japan’s favourite anime series are here!
Get yours now!
Courtesy of JP Post
Future Boy Conan
Mobile Suit Gundam
Patlabor, The Mobile Police
The second part of our Limited Edition Collection series, featuring our all time favourite dog, Snoopy and everbody’s friend, Doraemon! And especially for the boys and men, Japan’s special manga collection!
Courtesy of JP Post.
The 5oth Anniversary of Japan’s weekly comic books for boys
The first part of our Limited Edition Collections, featuring James Bond series and your favourite super heroes from DC Comics like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and Flash!
Get them now, before it’s too late!
Special James Bond Series
Special Super Heroes Series from DC Comics
Just received a new collection from South Korea yesterday!
Korea’s top Eight Export Industries Special
Last month, during our monthly sharing session, Stamp Holics went on a trip to the Singapore Philatelic Museum!
There, we get to discover lots of interesting and absolutely rare stamps, especially those depicting Singapore’s history. It was a very eventful and enjoyable learning experience. For once, we studied history through stamps! It’s awesome!
We really learnt alot, especially since us youngsters are always neglecting our forefathers’ past so this trip was one that we will never forget! Especially for some of us, who got really excited looking at some “never before seen” stamps!
You can visit the SPM too! Just visit their website here, for more details. Go now and you’ll have twice as much fun as we did!