Stamp & Coin Mart offers in-depth collecting guides written by leading experts in the field to help improve your knowledge and your collection.
Every issue includes exclusive features on the Royal Philatelic Collection (the Queen’s very own private stamp collection) and the British Library Philatelic Collections – the two most renowned stamp collections in the world. Popular sections such as ‘Collecting by Country’, ‘Collecting by Theme’ and ‘Postal History’ include detailed guides which provide a valuable insight into starting or improving a collection.
With a comprehensive news section; market tips; opinion from an array of hobby experts; a stamp sidelines section dealing with first day covers, postcards and postmarks; and a detailed listing of the latest stamps and coins to be issued around the world; Stamp & Coin Mart is a must-read for anyone interested in stamps and coins.
This is a free app download. Within the app users can purchase the current issue and back issues.
Subscriptions are also available within the application. A subscription will start from the latest issue.
Available subscriptions are:
6 months (6 issues)
12 months (12 Issues)
-The subscription will renew automatically unless cancelled more than 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for the product.
-You may turn off the auto-renewal of subscriptions through Google Play Account settings, however you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period.
Users can register for/ login to a pocketmags account in-app. This will protect their issues in the case of a lost device and allow browsing of purchases on multiple platforms. Existing pocketmags users can retrieve their purchases by logging into their account.
We recommend loading the app for the first time in a wi-fi area.
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