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Welcome! You have found Sturminster Stamps' 'Budget Classics' Shopping Cart...
This is a Website dedicated to good-to-fine used Postage Stamps of Great Britain 1840-to-1951 at sensible prices - typically around 10% of catalogue value. We hope that you will enjoy your visit to this site, and will find that our offerings are not only full of interest (see below for this month's new offerings!), but also represent excellent value for money...

A SHORT 'STAYCATION'... We're now back, and orders will be processed and despatched over the next couple of days...

THE COVID 19 EMERGENCY: We wish to reassure our customers that we are complying with all Government instructions regarding personal hygiene, and social distancing, during the course of the current emergency.  In the meantime, we are taking advantage of our relative 'isolation' to load lots of new material - so if in doubt, KEEP SAFE AND BUY ONLINE!

SPRING WORK: Significant work is in progress on the C3-C6 issues, with Plates 1 to 10 added so far, and lots more to come - includes many matched pairs, interesting cancels, scarcer shades, and a good few ex Wiggins. Watch this space!

OTHER RECENT ADDITIONS: A lovely mixed batch of 'allsorts', with some attractive new 1d Blacks, a mixture of 1d Reds from early Maltese Cross Plates to later Perf Stars, some 2d Blue Stars, and a useful 1s Pale Green Embossed... Also a fine batch of 35+ NEW COVERS, from early imperfs with 1844 numeral cancels, to later 1d 'Stars' C1-C6 - find them on the 'POSTAL HISTORY' pages... ENJOY!

NOTE: Work to raise the general standard of material to FU or above continues, although acceptable spacefillers or reasonable 'good used' will still be available for some of the scarcest items.

For more of these wonderful classic issues, please visit our companion Premium website www.sturstamps.com...


If you do not yet see what you want, bear with me - we continue to add new material on a regular basis, so please come back to check again...

Martin Jenkinson
June 2021