Stamp Show Here Today is a podcast dedicated to stamps and stamp collecting. Brought to you by Scott Murphy, Caj Brejtfus, Tom Schilling, and Dawn Niesley-Goss. Features weekly episodes that include current stamp news, stamp guides, expertization techniques, professional opinions, beginner\'s advice, and more. Stamp Show Here Today is meant for stamp collectors of all ages and levels of experience.
Episode #301 - Proofs being faked to look like valuable stamps
Welcome to episode #301 - we continue our EXPERT TALK on avoiding fake stamps.
Episode #300 - Our celebration episode
Sometimes its just for us.....
Special Episode- Retelecast of the 93rd Annual ROLAND AWARDS
For those of you who missed it because - unfortunately it was opposite the OSCARS
Episode #298 - Detecting FAKES made with new technology (Laser Printers)
DISCLAIMER: You will learn how to fake stamps IN ORDER TO DETECT THEM. We do this to educate you in not getting ripped-off. We are not interested in teaching you how do rip someone else off. BUT - YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW IT IS DONE in order to avoid these fakes.
Episode #297 - Detect Cover Alterations - How the Experts do it.
Another of our DETECT FAKES LIKE AN EXPERT - We discuss Cover Repairs.
Rebroadcast - Episode #245 - Depreciated Currency
We are on Spring Break.... But this is a timely episode for what is happening now so please enjoy this rebroadcast. We will be back to normal next week.
New to show 👍👍👍
Great show. Good gang of collectors. Love the way they interact. Just subscribed on iPhone.
Would you folks consider covering the Hindenburg flights?
Great Podcast with Knowledgeable Panel
This podcast is one of the best philatelic shows available, and the team does an excellent job of interspersing stamp news with meaningful expert topics on the various aspects of philately. Keep up the good work!
Not a fan of some comments
They have made anti-LGBT comments and made fun of certain stamps like Hip Hop, etc. It’s clear they are voting for Trump, which is fine, but this isn’t a podcast for me because it excludes a lot of people in the philately community.