I can answer questions about Astrophilately i.e. all space related philately.
I am a member of the FIP Astrophilately Section and have been exhibiting at International exhibitions since 1988.
Victorian Philatelic Council, Royal Philatelic Society of Victoria, ATA-Space Unit, iNternational Asscoiation of Philatelic Exhibitors
The Asia Pacific Exhibitor, Orbit, Astrophile, American Air Mail Journal
B.Sc. (Ed.) UNSW; M.Ed. (Sydney)
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Hi Prashant, In Australia, we used to have a similar policy regarding the living. The only exception was our Queen, however this policy changed a number of years ago. Now each year we have a set of stamps
Hi Prashant, The real question is "What do you want the students to learn?" Are they developing Internet skills? Is this a geography assignment? Do you want the students to become stamp collectors? Why
Hi Prashant, Stamps are often used for school projects/assignments. The Scouts even have a stamp collecting badge. I think the American Philatelic Scoiety has a whole section dedicated to youth philately:
Hi Cheryl, Your best bet would be to compare your sheets with others to see how common the ghosting is. Here is a link to philatelic clubs in Australia where you might be able to go for a comparison
Hi Cheryl, The Sydney 2000 issue occurred in two varieties: 1 off-set printed & 2. computer printed. The computer generated issue has variable quality lettering. A scan of the items would be useful
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