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Welcome to Rick's Stamp Web

Dear fellow stamp collectrice/collector,

welcome to Rick's Stamp Web. In this place you can find detailed information on my offers, programs and suggestions for a long, fair and reliable trading partnership. Please take just a few minutes time out and check if what you can read here meets your interests. If you think we might be nice trading partners, or you just have any questions or remarks to this site and its contents : you are invited to contact me using the information in the last section of this web.

To make your navigation and search for details easier see the following table with a brief overview of this site :

Section: Description:
Home This page and the sitemap of this site.
My Offers Here you will find a detailed list of my offers (countrywise) and some additonal information what I would expect in advance.
Conditions Transparency and clear agreements are important to avoid misunderstandings and to be an underlying of a good partnership. See my suggestions in this section.
MVB Program Some traders have a close eye on stamp values. If you should gather more value back you should read his section.
USCA Program Traders and stamps of the US and Canada are welcome. But I have specialized on certain qualities, so if you should like to offer stamps from US or Canade please be sure to read this closely in detail!
GRO Program GRO stands for get-rid-of. Well, just look inside and you will see...
SSSP Program Don't judge a book by its cover, but in this case you should. Exchange partners who join my souvernir sheets & semipostals program receive higher priority. Please make sure to look at the information in that section!
Contact This section provides some basics on the holder of this site and the link for making contact.
Links A collection of links to other stamp related sites you might find useful.

Happy Stamping, with kind regards

Rick

P.S.: No Dealers, No Commercial Ads, No Sex, No Drugs!

P.S.2: If you are native speaker or english teacher : you can stop crying now, english is not my mother tongue... ;)