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Sadly the stamp market has really collapsed in the last few years with there being less and less collectors. As with all valuations, your stamps need to be looked at first hand and even if you include some pictures, any valuation that I attempted would be suspect because one or two very specialised stamps would evade detection without first hand inspection. By all means sen one or two photos but I would strongly recommend involving a stamp specialist straight away. Even though I have dealt in antiques for years, I have to seek the advice of experts on some things and especially stamps. I can recommend
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You will find them very helpful I think. Hope that helps. Stay in touch. Greg
I think that you are going to find that most dealers and auction houses see the value of stamps mostly in those associated with Britain. If I were you I would still contact your nearest general auction house and also do a Yell search for stamp dealers in your area. I am in North West London so am not really going to be able to help with seeing them first hand. Sorry. Greg