How to Collect and Invest in China Stamps



2016-03-14 06:01:52

China has become one of the world’s most significant economies in recent years. Anything related to China could be as highly sought after as gold. China stamps is no exception! Out of 60 million stamp collectors around the world, one third come from China. There are more than 20 million people in the world who are collecting China stamps; and the number is increasing. Many investors are in fact laughing their way to the bank with significant gains on their China stamp portfolio. 

"How to Collect & Invest in China Stamps", a 268-page book, fully illustrated in colors, reveals everything you need to know about China stamps and how to build a solid collection for potential future liquidation. 

Chapter 1 - Introduction: What this book is about. Introduction of stamp collecting in general, basic terminologies, the current trends and the myths. 

Chapter 2 - The Increasing Popularity of China Stamps: How China stamps have become so popular over the past decade; and how the future would look like. 

Chapter 3 - An Overview of Chinese Philately: Details on different periods in the development of Chinese Philately. 

Chapter 4 - The Highlights of China Stamps: Details on rarities, high value and highly demanded areas of Chinese Philately, including average market value guide for PRC stamps. 

Chapter 5 - Building Your China Stamp Collection: A step-by-step guide to building a China stamp collection in an effective manner. 

Chapter 6 - Buying China Stamps: Revealing many sources from which you can buy China stamps, and tips to find good deals. Some of the sources might still remain unknown to many collectors. 

Chapter 7 - Selling China Stamps: How to sell your China stamps to maximize revenue. 

Chapter 8 - Investing in China Stamps: Sharing a few available options in the market for those who want to take the hobby to the next level. 

Chapter 9 - Final Words: The Dos and Don'ts of collecting China stamps.

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2016-09-20 12:04:06

Video no longer there. No links in text to further info. China stamp market peaked in 2012 and has dropped since then, perhaps levelling out lately, so book has missed the bandwagon.

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