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Promoted item:ARGENTINA (#9255): Sc.552, variety "_UNIO instead of JUNIO" (Kneitschel 626II)

ARGENTINA (#9255): Sc.552, variety "_UNIO instead of JUNIO" (Kneitschel 626II)

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About Latin American Stamp

Strictly defined, Latin America contains over a dozen countries and republics. Among these are Costa Rica, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, and Peru. All told, the Latin American nations have created tens of thousands of varieties of stamps since the middle 1800s. Even the most dedicated philatelist with an infinite amount of resources would be hard-pressed to collect a single Latin American stamp from each one of these printings.So what are some general techniques that Latin American philatelists use to pare down the scope of stamp offerings? One popular notion is to specifically go after misprints, errors, or pieces with political significance. For instance, you can find versions of an Argentinean stamp which commemorates the crash of an airliner which killed dozens.Another tactic is to focus on a country or region. One well-known Latin American philatelist only searched for pieces printed during the presidency of Teddy Roosevelt. However you narrow your scope, be sure to give your collection a sense of personality. One really wealthy English stamp collector focused on obtaining errors and overprints from the 1880-era presses of the Central American republics.For fans with fewer resources or less sweeping ambition, you can try to ''hit for the Latin American cycle.'' Get 21 stamps from each one of the 21 Latin American nations released during the first 21 months of the 21st century. Acquiring items from Haiti and Cuba can be exceptionally difficult, and you may have to work some connections to find appropriate deals.