EzStamp: Almost Done the World !
EzStamp GLOBAL Edition Some exciting news for you today. We have nearly completed the world edition of EzStamp. We have about 4 more large databases (about 2000 entries each) and 5 small databases (about 100 records each). When done, we will have the complete world edition of EzStamp available. Over 818,000 stamps listed, 440,000 images […]Read more
What does this picture have to do with stamp collecting? Read on for the full true story
What does this picture have to do with stamp collecting? Read on for the full true story Back in the early 1980’s, I had the privilege of working in the Galapagos Islands, also known as the “Islas Encantadas” or Enchanted isles. I was given this incredible opportunity by my calculus professor at UofT, who was […]Read more
Databases that have been recently added or updated
List of the most recently updated and newly added databases USA, Canada Great Britain, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Vatican, Israel, Russia Many more being updated now. Remember that our updates are very comprehensive & include complete price, image & database updates. We have just recently added Zambia, Zaire, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, Kiribati & Guyana to […]Read more
CELEBRATING our 25th Year in Business
We’re CELEBRATING our 25th Year in Business Thank You to all our loyal Customers over the years. It has been my pleasure to provide stamp & coin collectors with the best possible software & service. When I think back to our first release of EzStamp back in 1992 on Windows 3.0, it makes me realize […]Read more
How to MOVE EzStamp to a new PC
How to MOVE EzStamp to a new PC We receive many inquiries from customers who have purchased a new PC & want to move their EzStamp to the new PC. This is a relatively simple process. You will need the following to properly move EzStamp to a NEW PC 1) Original Installation Media (Downloads or […]Read more
How to Identify Belgium King Albert I stamps of 1915
Identifying the Belgium King Albert I Varieties Recent Inquiries into the varieties of the King Albert I stamps of Belgium from 1915-1920 prompted me to create the following document to allow collectors to easily identify them. A step by step guide to help you easily and correctly identify these varieties. These seemingly common stamps have […]Read more
EzStamp Country File name List
EzStamp Country File Name List The following is a comprehensive list of the databases/countries currently available in EzStamp with the EzStamp *.sdf file name & the corresponding Actual Country name it represents. http://ezstamp.com/ezstamp/CountryNames.pdf Feel free to print this pdf file as a referenceRead more
EzStamp: A New Milestone
We have now added our 655th database to EzStamp. With 754,250 stamp listings & over 416,500 images in the repository. No other software has so much depth and detail. We also have close to 8,924,000 (yes, 8.9 million) values in the EzStamp databases. A major difference between EzStamp and other products is that we actually […]Read more
Forgery or Authentic?
Forgery or Authentic? One of the dark aspects of philately that we must all be concerned with are fakes & forgeries. Over the long history of our great hobby, there have been many individuals who have forged stamps to deceive & defraud collectors. Names like The Spiro Brothers, Fournier & Sperati are amongst the most […]Read more
Line vs Comb Perforations. How to tell the difference.
Philatelic Articles: Line vs Comb Perforations. How to tell the difference. In a continuation of our series of informative articles to help collectors identify stamp varieties, we are now going to try and explain one of the least understood varieties in stamps: namely, how to tell the difference between “line” & “comb” perforated stamps. Sometimes […]Read more