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Thanks to the long history of stamps and coins, we collectors are spoilt for choice. We can collect the classics, from centuries ago, specialise in modern issues, or dabble in both.

Whatever your preferred period, we've got it covered in Stamp & Coin Mart magazine and we have some great articles coming in 2015.

Every issue of Stamp & Coin Mart brings you all the latest news on new stamps and coins, while other highlights include:

in-depth articles written by top experts

market insight from dealers and auctioneers

• collecting guides and tip to ensure you get the most from your hobby

Our exclusive series on the British Library Philatelic Collections, and the coins of the British Museum make the magazine a must-read for anyone with an interest in stamps and coins. But we don't just cover the country's philatelic and numismatic treasures. Each issue provides practical collecting advice, with beginners' guides, useful tips and expert opinion, helping you to improve your collection.

Stamp & Coin Mart is available as a print or digital edition, so find out more and join the growing number of collectors who read the magazine every month.



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Stamp & Coin Mart is the UK's number one resource for stamp and coin collecting and is available as a print or digital edition.

We work with the leading philatelic and numismatic businesses to offer our subscribers fantastic reader offers, exclusive competitions and discounts on a range of collecting products.

Take advantage of some fantastic subscription offers on this site or buy the latest issue, and see why thousands of collectors look forward to receiving Stamp & Coin Mart every month.


Latest Issue

Latest IssueThe March issue of Stamp & Coin Mart  includes a FREE set of Alice in Wonderland stamp postcards, courtesy of Royal Mail.

PLUS: your FREE copy of the official Stampex catalogue, which this time includes a special 80-page guide to the Great Britain Philatelic Society (GBPS) 60th Anniversary display, making the catalogue a comprehensive 144-page publication.

If that’s not enough, the issue will also come with a FREE ‘Tips of the Trade’ booklet, giving you advice on buying and selling stamps!

Inside the March issue, we travel to Germany for a series of in-depth features.

We discover the many stamps of the German colonies, find out why the stamps of Heligoland featured German values alongside a portrait of Queen Victoria, and examine the intriguing coins and tokens of Germany.

Our popular GB stamps section includes a preview of Royal Mail’s Inventive Britain stamps, while we celebrate the Alice in Wonderland stamp postcards giveaway with an exploration of author Lewis Carroll’s many links with philately.

Sure to sell out quickly in the shops, thanks to the free gifts, guarantee your copy of the March issue by buying your copy today!

Order the print edition using the 'Add to Basket' button, or download the digital edition for your preferred device using the following links.



Please note the digital edition does not include the free Royal Mail postcards.

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