- philately + -ic (Wiktionary)
“Demand is boosted currently by a "vast" new generation of collectors in China and India, says Sotheby's world-wide philatelic consultant Richard Ashton, adding that young buyers are also very active in South America.”
“In September, Sotheby's London will auction the British philatelic collection of the late Lord Leonard Steinberg, founder of the Stanley Leisure Group, a chain of betting shops and casinos.”
“In 2006, Congress passed strict laws curtailing non-postal activities and essentially told the agency to stick with philatelic pursuits.”
“Associated Press In 2006, Congress passed strict laws curtailing non-postal activities and essentially told the agency to stick with philatelic pursuits.”
“Rural England circa 1950 is the setting for the lighter-toned "A Red Herring Without Mustard" Delacorte, 399 pages, $23 , the third mystery by Alan Bradley to be narrated by 11-year-old Flavia de Luce: chemistry prodigy, amateur detective and mischievous bane of her two elder sisters and their distracted, upper-class, philatelic, cash-strapped widower-father.”
“Values of stamps in the index are set by the prices they bring at auction and in private sales, plus opinions from philatelic experts.”
“The philatelic posters on the wall were all of stamps that could not possibly exist.”
“Only 100 were printed with its central image -- the Curtiss JN-4 airplane -- upside-down, and today a single copy of this Holy Grail of philatelic flubs sells for more than a million dollars.”
“Stamp collecting was David's consuming passion," says Sotheby's philatelic consultant Richard Ashton, whose friendship with the collector began 46 years ago.”
“Ambassador Hu Shih took his leave, and the president worked on his stamp collection, sorting through the weekly envelope of philatelic novelties sent him by the Department of State.”
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List of words containing the string phil-, -phil-, -phil, or -phile, such as philopatry, bibliophile, and neutrophil.
Greek: φιλία/φίλος, φιλια-/φιλο - love, loving, love of, fondness for, at...
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