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Sites in this Ring share a common interest in aerophilately -- the collection of airmail stamps and covers. Membership is limited to sites that have significant aerophilatelic content, and to dealers who deal extensively in aerophilatelic material.
 

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Commercial aviation & aerophilatelic books, air crash covers, train wreck covers, air mail & first flight covers
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Air Mails of New Zealand & Aviation History, Internal & Overseas Flights, Volumes One & Two - The N.Z. Airmail Catalogue - 1897-2009 with various flight covers displayed
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The Metropolitan Air Post Society, MAPS, is an association of aerophilatelists: started as the Metropolitan Airmail Cover Club, MACC, in 1941. We still collect covers as souvenirs of memorable air mail and aviation events. Now the emphasis is increasingly in air post history, and the development of aviation, airlines and air mail services.


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The Web Site of Aerophilately in Germany
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The Airmail Society of New Zealand was founded in 1930 and remains today at the forefront of aviation philately with the regular publication of reference books, holding of auctions and publication of a monthly newsletter.
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A stamp collectors directory featuring all aspects of philately including Postal Authorities, Postal Agents, Topicals, Specialized and Basic Collecting with a strong selection of aerophilatelic listings.
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Blog traces the history of aviation through stamps and covers. I have shown the development of aviation from myth to reality in modern times starting from Icarus & Daedalus on stamps through balloons to modern day aircraft.






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