The Archive has everything from 120 years of Gibbons Stamp Monthly - from the first edition of the Monthly Journal in 1890 to the December 2009 issue.
Covering all of the articles, illustrations, notes and more. If it was in the magazine, then it’s on the digital archive (excluding ads).
Just think of all of those great articles you can rediscover or read for the first time. You will have access to over 40,000 pages.
If you’re passionate about collecting, you really don’t want to be without it – the GSM DIGITAL ARCHIVE. It is the perfect complement to the hobby of kings.
You’ll have private access to a complete library of information on almost anything you can think of from the world of stamp collecting. The Archive is an absolute treasure trove of facts, articles, images and commentary on everything from specific topics like Machins and High Value Keyplates to more general fields such as King George VI – and it spans 120 years of these riches.
In short, it is GSM exactly how you want it – without it taking up vast amounts of space, getting dog-eared or in the wrong order. At your leisure and at the touch of a button or click of a mouse, you’ll be able to view front covers, contents lists, articles, correspondence, book reviews, illustrations, notes and jottings from 120 years of Gibbons Stamp Monthly, with full search and full browse capabilities built in.
You can be the editor of the world’s most important stamp magazine. You will have access to over 40,000 pages worth of the most useful and interesting philatelic material available, delivered to you in a convenient, easy to use, searchable, digital format.
This is the exclusive GSM Archive, covering all articles, features, editorial and other content right from the first issue of the Monthly Journal, Gibbons Stamp Weekly & Gibbons Stamp Monthly – from 1890 up to 2009. Build your own library of information on any topic you can think of by saving articles to your own archive or print them off and store them physically if you choose.
You are not confined to reading the articles on your computer screen as you can print any pages you want for personal use.
Contained in the Archive you will find facsimile pages of the editorial content of every issue, including:
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