Great Britain Machins, by Adminware

Machin Pages:
Machin home page
Intro to this site
Why this site?
Navigating

Machins 101 PDF
Album pages

Main Lists:
Pre-decimal values
Decimal values
Anniversary

Regionals:
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Wales
Isle of Man

Other lists:
Perf changes
Elliptical perf
High value
Non-value indicators
Self-adhesive
Security
Service Inscribed

General:
Timeline
Varieties
Technical stuff
Terminology
Colour
Postal rates

Look-ups:
Head/Symbol types
Bklt Phosphor types
Imperf sides
Back prints

Other:
FAQ
Links

Navigating this site (Machins):

I have attempted to provide a site that is easy to use and move through and around. There are many links that will take you from one stamp to another, or one section to another.

Each Machin denomination/colour has its own specialized listing page - it is just a matter of getting to that page to see the information provided. Found on the individual stamp page are all of the permutations that that stamp has been issued (as identifiable for single copies), including regionals, perf, phosphor, paper, etc.

The two primary lists are based on Pre-decimal values and Decimal values. These links include "text" listings to each of the respective Machin stamps as well as colour images of the denominations (for use if you are not sure of the colour of the stamp).

There are other ways to reach your destination by navigating via similar "groups" of stamps: Anniversary, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man, Elliptical perfs, High value, Non-value indicators (NVI), and Self-adhesive.

All of the above links can be found at the left of every Machin page.

Clicking on the "Adminware" logo at the top of each page will take you to Adminware Corporation's home page (that's me!).

The left site of each page includes a 'site map' - quick links to the main Machin list pages.

At the top right of each specialized stamp listing page, there are these 3 buttons:


The left and right icons will move you to the previous (or next) stamp (based on denomination). Use the home icon to return to the Machin home page.

Good luck and happy Machin hunting. I hope you enjoy your visit.


Disclaimer: We apologize for any errors of information that might be present. Your feedback is appreciated.

For even more varieties on Machin stamps, check out The Complete Deegam Machin Handbook (simply the best Machin
 handbook available anywhere) by Douglas Myall - click for details.

Booklet pane numbers used courtesy the Modern British Philatelic Circle
who publish 'The Bookmark' Catalogue

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