Philatelic & Postal History Links

The Cape & Natal Philatelic Journal is a quarterly publication by the Cape & Natal Study Circle, a group of philatelists and historians who are passionate about the stamps, postal history and historical events of the Cape of Good Hope, Natal and Zululand.

StampAuctionNetwork is the best web site to learn about and participate in Stamp Auctions in the USA and around the World. This stamp and postal history resource will allow you to research over 240 auction houses generating annual sales of $1.8 Billion in prices realized. And much more.

The King George VI Collectors Society draws together all who are interested in the stamps and postal history of the reign of King George VI. It aims to pass on knowledge, record it for future generations and pursue joint studies to enlarge the body of philatelic knowledge for the benefit of all. are sellers of high quality Union of South Africa and Republic of South Africa stamps to collectors of all tastes and budgets. Run by an enthusiastic expert, Africa is also the UK organiser of the bi-annual South African Collectors’ Society Conferences and meetings.

South African Philately is hugely informative website hosted by the prolific author and researcher Otto Peetoom who publishes a journal, South African Philately, three times per year, and who generously hosts the South African Collectors Society and its journal, The Springbok, four issues per year.

Philatelic and Cartophile Club of Truchtersheim is a Franco-German on-line philately club is edited by Harald Zierock, an enthusiastic SAPC member. It offers a wide range of interesting articles on subjects not confined to the EU. It A good knowledge of French will help you get the best from it.