Welcome to the GB Collection software site. The most sophisticated GB stamp collection software available anywhere.
With a whole range of fantastic features, from automatic evaluations to rapid entry of your stamp collection. This all comes at an unbelievable price and is the cheapest fully featured GB stamp collecting software available.
With a full built in stamp catalogue, you will never have to enter the stamps manually. The data is updated regularly.
The software is very easy to use. It allows you to select the reign you wish to view. You can then select the type of issue you wish to see, definitive, commemmorative, officials, booklets, etc.
You are then offered a list of available issues to choose from. Double clicking on an entry opens a detail screen which allows you to see the basic issue. You can then select to view watermark varieties, booklet panes, errors, etc.
You simply click on a stamp to indicate that you have it in your collection. A typical high street dealer price is shown. These prices are updated regularly.
GB Collection is being constantly improved, and will be updated regularly. Registered users will receive updates free of charge for one year. Virtually all items issued by the Post Office since 1840 are included, and there are now almost 30,000 entries in the library. Victoria plate varieties are available, as are Officials and Postage Dues. All GB Regional issues are now available. We also list all Booklets, with a seperate extensive section for panes. First day covers are listed for most issues, and postmark varieties are being added.
A lot of work has been done on Machin issues, and a much more comprehensive specialised selection is now available. More images will be made available shortly.
Many reports are available, e.g. value lists, pack
lists, wants lists etc.
Users should feel free to e-mail us with suggestions for reports they would like to see.
A comprehensive help file will be available shortly. A large number of useful notes are being added, along with illustrations to assist in the identification of stamps, in order to provide a complete reference guide for all collectors of GB material.