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Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine

Making grave vases for Halloween

Posted: 27 Oct 2014
Here's a great little project from Moi Ali creating a grave vase for your Halloween scene.

Halloween Special DIY Project - Make a Jar of Spooky Eyeballs

Posted: 20 Oct 2014
An exclusive web only DIY project to make a jar of spooky eyeballs to celebrate Halloween

Stamp collecting video: USA launch Batman stamps

Posted: 17 Oct 2014
Watch a video from the official launch of the US Postal Services' Batman stamps…

Stamp collecting video: preview of Royal Mail's British Prime Ministers stamps

Posted: 15 Oct 2014
Stamp & Coin Mart Editor Matt Hill presents a quick preview of Royal Mail's British Prime Ministers Stamps, issued on 14 October, 2014.

Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine

Miniatures from recycled umbrellas

Posted: 13 Oct 2014
Moi Ali shows us what to do with our broken umbrellas... this is fantastic recycling for fabulous miniatures

Collectors Gazette

Richard Acton's Weymouth Toy, Train & Collectables Toy Fair

Posted: 10 Oct 2014
David Boxall heads to the new toy and train fair, organised by Richard Acton.

Collectors Gazette

History of Bachmann Branchline UK

Posted: 10 Oct 2014
In this in-depth feature Paul Lumsdon traces the history of popular OO gauge model railway manufacturer Bachmann Branchline.

Collecting rare British stamps - 10 facts about the 1840 'Penny Black' stamp

Posted: 08 Oct 2014
Collecting rare British stamps - 10 facts about the 1840 'Penny Black' stamp

STAMP COLLECTING BLOG: Collecting stamps by theme - No.6 Multiple themes

Posted: 07 Oct 2014
In a bid to sell more stamps, post offices are beginning to include multiple themes on their stamps, but is that such a bad thing? Matt Hill finds out in his latest blog on ...


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