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Thank you for considering creating and improving content of this website. This website aims to be the best source of information related to specialized philately to collectors all over the World. The objective of this tremendous task can be achieved only by sharing.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and improving this site.

Follow the three steps below and start editing. If you encounter problems please contact us.


1st Step: Register

First you need to register by filling in a registration form. We might need to contact you regarding improvements you’re proposing, so we need an e-mail address where we can reach you. We will not use your e-mail for other purposes and will not share it with third parties. Username and password of your choice are also needed. And these are the only required fields in the registration form. You may, of course, share other information as well.

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2nd Step: Log in

Once you’ve obtained your username and password you can log in using the form below:

If you’ve forgotten your password click here.

3rd Step: Start revising

A. Adding and editing texts
After successful log in an additional bar will appear on top of the page which will contain an Edit link. By clicking on it a window will open where you’ll be able to modify the content.

Navigate to the page you wish to edit, click the Edit link and start improving. The content can be edited both in HTML or in visual editor. Once you’re done with revising click Submit revision button.

Important: the content of the page will not change immediately. Before being published, an editor will review the changes you’re proposing. On this step of the process you might be contacted by the editor for further clarifications. Once it’s all done the editor will confirm the changes and your revision will go live.

B. Adding images
Before being uploaded to the site, the images will need to be properly processed. If you wish to add images please contact the editorial staff using the form on this page.

When making scans please make sure that:

– the surface of the scanner is clean,
– stamps are scanned at at least 600 dpi,
– the line of the strip holding the stamp is not visible.

Important: it is not permitted to publish images from other sites without owner’s prior written consent. Materials that violate copyright laws will be rejected.