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Machins on the internet


There are many sites on the internet which are worth a visit by anyone interested in the Machins. Some are run by philatelic societies, some by individuals and some by dealers. Links to my choice of the best are below to give you a start.
Create a folder in favourites list and add them all to it:

General sites
http://gbstamps.com/machins
Larry Rosenblum's site; Machin virtual album, news, quiz, FAQ etc.

http://www.gbmachins.co.uk/ 
http://machinmania.blogspot.com/ 
Roy Simpson's website and blog. Machins made easy; comment and news.

http://www.adminware.ca/machin/m_intro.htm 
Created by Robin Harris, a major part of the site is devoted to Machins. 

http://www.stamp-collector.co.uk/MachinForum/
Machin Forum, moderated by Dave Arthur. Questions asked and answered.

http://connoisseurcatalogue.net/index.htm 
B. Alan Ltd.; publishes a specialised Machin album; uses Deegam notations.

Clubs
http://mbp-circle.co.uk 
Formed 2006 by a merger of the GBDSBSC (1971) and the BDSSC 
(1974). Covers all UK QE2 stamps. Publishes the Bookmark Journal and Catalogues.

http://www.gbstamps.com/gbcc/index.html 
The USA-based Great Britain Collectors Club (GBCC) caters for all collectors of GB stamps; 
their GBCC Chronicle carries regular Machin articles.

http://www.fggb.de/
German club covering all GB; Rundbriefe contain regular Machin articles.

Dealers in Machins:

http://www.machin-and-wilding-stamps.co.uk

Dennis Stevens; he uses Deegam numbers in his lists

http://stampcentral.com/jet/ 
JET stamps; Machin specialists in the USA; "Deegam spoken here".

http://www.sutherlandphilatelics.com.au/
Barry Davis, Australia; uses Deegam numbers in his lists