Monthly Archives: May 2014

Terry Moor wanted to know ‘why’.

Terry Moor asked Gustamps, ‘why do Gustamps give free professional stamp advice and free expert stamp valuations?’ Gustamps explained to Terry that Gustamps believes in promoting the hobby of stamp collecting. Gustamps customers appreciate free Gustamps stamp services such as free Gustamps stamp valuations. Philatelists remember if they are given good sound advice from Gustamps,and Gustamps feel it is in the interest of all stamp collectors if the hobby is promoted with the asset of free Gustamps stamp services. Gustamps have been giving collectors free philatelic advice and help for over 40 years and collecors know that over 40 years of experience allow Gustamps to offer expert stamp valuations at no charge to stamp collectors. Gustamps as stamp dealers also benefit if the hobby thrives, as do philatelists throughout the world. Gustamps hopes that answers your questions Terry and welcomes you to avail yourself of Gustamps free stamp services including Gustamps’ free valaution service.

Gustamps thanks Terry Moor for allowing Gustamps to publish his interesting question.

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Gwen Jones was pleased with Gustamps’ stamp valuation

Gustamps’ customer Gwen Jones was purchasing some stamps at Gustamps shop in Brighton when she mentioned to a member of Gustamps staff that she wished could afford to have a professional valuation of a stamp collection. Miss. Jones said she was on a tight budget and could not afford it right now. Gustamps counter staff soon pointed out to Miss Jones that she could have an expert and professional valuation anytime and that indeed she could afford it as Gustamps valuations were a free of charge service to customers. Pleasantly surprised Gwen Jones replied ‘how soon can I have the valuation?’ Gustamps valuation specialist asked Gwen how soon she could bring the collection into Gustamps’ shop. Gwen said ‘how about tomorrow morning?’ The following day Miss Jones had a free stamp valuation from Gustamps. The collection which she thought was worth £200-300 contained several rare French stamps that she had inherited from her aunt. Gustamps up to date valuation of her stamps was in excess of £3,000.

Gwen sold about 20 stamps to Gustamps for £420 keeping the rest of her collection. Gwen said that the money would come in handy to her at the moment and thanking Gustamps for the valuation which is free of charge, she went home happy that her collection (minus the 20 French stamps) was still worth over £2,600. If like Gwen Jones you have a stamp collection that needs to be valued then bring it along to Gustamps’ shop at 12 Prince Albert Street in Brighton and let Gustamps’ valuation specialist give you a valuation entirely free of charge. To make an appointment to have your stamps valued, telephone Gustamps’ valuation department on 01273 326994.

Contact Gustamps before you insure your stamp collection

Gustamps advise that before you start paying insurance premiums to insure your stamp collection, you should obtain an accurate valuation. You are recommended by Gustamps not to guess the approximate value of your stamps. You should contact Gustamps first and ask Gustamps for a free stamp valuation. Gustamps have been giving expert and professional stamp valuations for over 40 years. There is no charge from Gustamps for a spoken valuation and you will know exactly at what price to insure your stamps. Whether you insure your collection for market price or for replacement value, Gustamps will be pleased to help at no extra charge to you. For helpful, free advice from Gustamps about your stamps, please contact Gustamps on 01273 326994 before you insure your stamps.

On 17th May 2014 Jane asked Gustamps how often should I have my stamps valued

New stamp collector Jane asked Gustamps how often she should have her stamps valued. Gustamps have been asked similar questions about valuation frequency previously. Gustamps’ reply to Jane was – as often as you wish. Gustamps stamp valuations are a free service to stamp collectors, there is no restriction as to the number of times you can have a Gustamps valuation. In fact, say Gustamps, frequent stamp valuations are good, because the values of stamps fluctuate. They increase as well as decrease due to market factors and trends. This irregular fluctuation makes it vital for you to be aware of what your stamps are worth right now. Having regular stamp valuations from Gustamps keeps you up to date with the current value of your stamp collection and as the Gustamps valuations are free you can have Gustamps valuations regularly at no cost to you. Gustamps explained to Jane that there’s no need to be in the dark about the value of your stamps. If like Jane you are not sure, please do not hesitate and contact Gustamps on 01273 326994 and ask Gustamps for a free Gustamps stamp valuation appointment. You can visit Gustamps in Sussex at the Gustamps Stamp Shop in Brighton.

Gustamps suggested to Jane that she visit the Gustamps following pages for stamp tips as well as Gustamps free stamp offers, which might help her with her stamp collection and you may wish to do the same.

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Extra Free Help With Stamp Collecting From Gustamps

Now you can access valuable information and resources for your stamp collection, with help and friendly advice free of charge from Gustamps. Simply click on any of the following links;

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Why do valuations vary?

Val contacted Gustamps and said “can I ask you, why do stamp valuations vary?”

Gustamps’ reply to Val was that there are differnt types of valuation. First of all, Gustamps explained that you can have a “market price valuation” . This is sometimes called a valuation for sale. The valaution price according to Gustamps would be lower than what Gustamps call a valuation for “replacement value”. Gustamps explained to Val that is someone insured the stamps the premium they would pay the insurance company would be lower for “market price” valuation than for “replacement price” valuation. Finally Gustamps told Val that some people may require a valuation for probate because this involves a written valuation is sometimes made. Gustamps explained to Val that spoken valuations, whether market price or replacement valuations, are always free from Gustamps. Thanks to Mrs. Val Rooney for letting Gustamps share her valuation question. Anyone can have their stamp collection valued by Gustamps. Any spoken valuation is speedy and free of charge. Gustamps are pleased to offer you this service whether you wish to insure your stamps, sell them or simply wish to know.

Contact Gustamps to claim your free stamp valuation. Telephone 01273 326994 anytime.

Are frequent market valuation worthwhile?

Stamp collectors often ask Gustamps ‘are frequent market valuations worthwhile?’. Gustamps’ answer is a definite ‘yes’. Regular stamp valuations are good. Now that Gustamps’ market valuations department are now offering a free of charge service to all stamp collectors, many collectors are coming to Gustamps fore free market valuations on a regular basis. Gustamps recommend and welcome new and old customers and friends to have their stamps valued as frequently as they wish. This is because stamp market values can increase or decrease, it is important to know the up to date value of your stamp collection. Gustamps urge collectors not to rely on outdated catalogue values or Ebay prices which tend to fluctuate. An expert free market stamp valuation from Gustamps gives you an on the minute guide to the current value of your stamp collection. Regardless of whether you wish to sell your stamps, or just want to know. It costs you nothing at all to find out. You are invited to telephone Gustamps’ free market valuation department on 01273 326994 for your free market valuation today.