Eastbourne and South Downs Philatelic Society

© Eastbourne and South Downs Philatelic Society 2013 / 2018.

Links to other sites of interest

Links to web sites that are of philatelic interest and to resources in the Eastbourne area that may be of interest to visitors.

A.S.P.S.

The Association of Sussex Philatelic Societies facilitates the mutual cooperation and assistance of its 26 affiliated societies from across the Sussex area.

The British Library Philatelic Collections


The British Library holds approx. 50 collections and many items are on display. This is probably the best permanent display of diverse classic stamps and philatelic material in the world.

Royal Philatelic Society

The world’s oldest philatelic society and the home  of philatelic excellence, expertise and friendship.

National Philatelic Society

A site dedicated to the hobby of philately, in their words:

Stamp Collecting plus much, much more!

The British Postal Museum

A comprehensive collection covering all aspects of British postal history.

The Queen’s Stamps

Housed in St. James's Palace, the Royal Philatelic Collection is said to be the world's most comprehensive collection of postage stamps of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.

Philatelic Resources

The Great Britain Philatelic Society

The specialist society for Great Britain stamps..

Stamp Domain

A very large and comprehensive resource for stamp collectors that covers all aspects of the hobby.

The Bath Postal Museum

You do not need to visit Bath to see this large collection of postal history as much of it is available online.

Eastbourne and the local area

Bexhill Philatelic Society

King George VI Collectors Society

The specialist society for the  stamps and postal history from the reign of King George VI.

Stamp Paradise

An American site with a wide range of resources for all levels of collectors.

Local Interest

Stamp Active

A voluntary organisation which promotes stamp collecting for young people

in the UK.

Mapcon

Another comprehensive resource for stamp collectors.