We finally completed our new website design and got it up and working during May.  My daughter Jill completely redesigned the site and will be my web site manager in the future.  She set up the site so that  it is much, much easier for an old guy to tweak  and keep it up to  date.  We hope that the site is easier to use for you and we solicit your comments and suggestions for further improvement.  Our primary objective was to make finding what you are looking for as easy as possible and then making the ordering process quick and easy also.  Please note that you don’t have to establish an account to order, but doing so will reduce the time you fill in the blanks on future orders.
Last month we have three days in which orders placed on our site were never transmitted or received.  We learned of the problem only when customers asked us why they had not received their orders.  Our previous web site manager had no explanation for the problem.  Part of the design of our new site ensures this won’t happen as each placed order is captured two different ways – each backing up the other.
This month our updated list is Germany Part B list.  Last month’s Part A and this month’s Part B replaces the old Germany Part 1 price list. You will find that we have added a lot of new items including more of the Michel listed printing varieties from the inflation period.  It is possible for a collector to form a substantial collection exclusively from the 1919- 1923 period issues!
Next month we will update our German colonies Part II list.ASDAlogo


In recent years stamp news publications have become more scarce – like most other publications.  This publication is the newest and, I believe, the best periodical published today.  Published by the American Stamp Dealers Association, this monthly magazine contains articles intended for both dealers and collectors.  There is more philatelic information in one 80 page issue than a year’s worth of some other stamp publications.
The magazine has many contributors who write articles in each issue and always has articles on a wide variety of philatelic topics covering worldwide philately. The quality of the printing and photographs is top notch making the magazine a real pleasure to read.
If you subscribe to but one philatelic publications, I would recommend this one.
A one year subscription costs $19.95 from ASDA, PO Box 692, Leesport PA 19533.


We often ask customers to provide alternate choices in case we are sold out of some of your first choices.  Some customers always provide a small list of alternates and some never do.
If you provide us with alternate choices we will use them only if we have to – we will always fill your first choices if we have them.  Providing alternate choices ensures that you will get stamps instead of a refund.
If you order on our web site you will find all stamps listed there are in stock.  We remove sold out items for the web listing as soon as we sell out.
There are some of the varieties included on this month’s price list:
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Werner Zielniewicz will have the new Michel  Österreich Spezial 2014 (Austria Specialized),  in German,  includes about 100 pages of postal stationery, about 720 pp total, Illustrations are in color. Price is $89 postpaid to the US,

The release date for new Netto catalog has not yet been announced.

All Michel catalogs are stocked by Mr Zielniewicz and can be ordered from him at  www.wernerzielnet.com. Payment may be made via Paypal or US personal check.


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