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July 9, 2005



"If it looks like a stamp, or feels like a stamp and it's not listed in Scott's catalog then it's probably a Cinderella."





    From the website:

    We're often asked the question, "What are Cinderellas?"


    You may remember the fairy tale about Cinderella, the stepchild that everyone pushed aside.


    "Cinderellas" is the name given to the stepchildren of stamp collecting, all those stamps and things that no one can find in Scott's catalog, and no one knows what to do with.

Bonnie and Roger Riga are philatelists who specialize in "Cinderella" stamps.


They created Cinderellas.info to provide a free reference resource.


All the stamps pictured in this post are "Cinderellas."

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