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Posted by bvallot on Friday, October 23, 2020 2:28 PM

Damn Tosh! That's a hellavu' collection. I recall my mother had first mentioned this corsair stamp to me. I didn't quite realize what she was trying to explain to me about it until your post. 

Thanks for sharing!! =]

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Tamiya F4U-1  Kenneth Walsh

 

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    December 2018
Posted by Tosh on Friday, October 23, 2020 3:52 PM

bvallot

Damn Tosh! That's a hellavu' collection. I recall my mother had first mentioned this corsair stamp to me. I didn't quite realize what she was trying to explain to me about it until your post. 

Thanks for sharing!! =]

 

It's always my pleasure.  There's a lot of other stamps with WWII aircraft.  Thank you for the read and reply!

Your friend's, Toshi & Ezra

Reside in Streetsboro, Ohio

 

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    December 2016
Posted by Blackpowder1956 on Friday, October 23, 2020 8:54 PM

This was a very cool read Toshi! I have to admit never being very interested in stamp collecting. I am obviously missing out! It is amazing to me that you have found so many different stamps depicting the aircraft that my father-in-law flew off carriers in WW2.

 

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Posted by Tosh on Saturday, October 24, 2020 9:16 AM

Blackpowder1956

This was a very cool read Toshi! I have to admit never being very interested in stamp collecting. I am obviously missing out! It is amazing to me that you have found so many different stamps depicting the aircraft that my father-in-law flew off carriers in WW2.

 

 

Thank you sir for the read and reply.  It's always a joy for me to be able to share my extracurricular activities.  As for yourself, I wouldn't use the term; " Missing Out" per se.

It's just another outlet in building WWII aircraft.  As for the amount of stamps that depict WWII aircraft, many are from the continent of Africa.  

It might not be worth very much as I know I cannot sell these stamps on the secondary market but this is what gets me excited and overjoyed.  

Slowly but surely I've been able to collect WWII stamps.  What you might find interesting is the fact that this amount of stamps that I have in my collection on topical WWII aircraft is not even half the amount I'd like to collect.  Once again, Thank you for read and reply!

Your friend's, Toshi & Ezra

Reside in Streetsboro, Ohio

 

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