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You can search for Swedish Stamps from the first Skilling Banco from 1855 onwards here:Digitalt Museum. Use the word "Frimärke" to get to the stamp collection.
Each pair of students will select a box, which will contain several hundred postage stamps from a single country. Your job will be to explore and study these stamps until you come up with an idea/theme for an exhibition that will include 20-24 stamps. The exhibition theme could be whatever you wish. It could focus on the designs of the stamps themselves or the philately of that particular country, or it could take a more iconographic approach, focusing on famous individuals, artworks and/or monuments, flora or fauna, history or historical events, social issues, etc. You decide! The boxes of stamps will be kept on reserve at the Hatfield Library together with trays (for sorting), loupes (for magnifying) and tongs (for handling).
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Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) PN1995.91.S6 N84 2002
A once-in-a-lifetime scheme seemingly falls into their laps of two small-time crooks - an old-time con man enlists them to sell a forged set of extremely valuable rare stamps, The Nine Queens. This is also available Online.