Unfranked Kiloware is a mass of used postage stamps still stuck on paper and sold to stamp collectors by weight. Some older collectors reading this page may remember a BBC Blue Peter Appeal for used stamps which fueled the kiloware industry for a long time!
On a Sunday in February there are few things better for a philatelist than sorting through a pile of old used postage stamps. The unfranked kiloware you buy should appear to be a completely unsorted mixture of postally used stamps which are still stuck to clipped envelope paper. Sometimes mixtures of stamps off paper are offered for sale as unfranked kiloware but, most collectors would probably agree, this is not the correct use of the term as off paper stamps are more often sold by the number of stamps rather than in kilos!.
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The real pleasure of sorting Kiloware stamps is the chance you could find a really valuable stamp or rare postmark. Most experienced Kiloware sorters know that finding genuine unpicked unfranked kiloware to buy is all important. Unfortunately some "unsorted" kiloware offers will make you feel certain you are not the first person to be checking through the stamps! Once you have the experience of sorting some genuinely unsorted unfranked kiloware you will immediately understand the difference when compared to some of the recycled remainders being sold on by some dealers.
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Lot 1 50 Unfranked On Paper 2nd Class Christmas Stamps
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Lot 2 50 Unfranked On Paper 2nd Class Christmas Stamps
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