Why Collect Railway Covers?
The great thing about collecting railway covers is that they chronicle
our railway history.
You can follow your interest and collect by area and type of train. Or
you can collect the
whole series and build a specialist Buckingham Covers collection!
Hunting for the ones you
want is great fun and sometimes you end up with an investment as well.
5 Reasons to Collect Railway Covers
Railway covers commemorate special anniversaries and events.
They celebrate both great steam trains
of the past and cutting edge technology of today. You can even plan
your days out around the covers. Then you can celebrate the
anniversaries and see the first maiden journeys and then keep your
cover to remember a fantastic day with the family.
The British Railway shaped the history and culture of
railway covers gives a fascinating insight into our shared transport
(and social) history. It also
delelops a wide general knowledge.
Covers become a part of history because they are released to
commemorate a special date or anniversary.
Each is postmarked on the actual day, capturing the date forever. This
makes each cover an unrepeatable
Railway covers look fabulous whether treasured in an album
to share with friends and family or framed for the wall, to bring a
touch of beauty to your home. Each cover is a miniature work of art,
to admire and cherish. Collecting covers is also a great hobby for the
winter or those nasty rainy days
when you can't get out to enjoy a railway day. You can still indulge
your passion for trains while snuggled
Collecting railway covers can turn out to be an investment. Most of
Buckingham railway covers sell out
pre-release and prices often go up quickly. You may not make your
fortune but you ccould well net a nice
profit. How many other hobbies can say that? And as we always buy back
our railway covers, you can feel confident
your Buckingham railway covers have a good future value.
Buckingham Covers Limited, registered in England No. 03877048 is part of Internet Stamps Group Limited, registered in England No. 03497867.
Registered office for both: Warren House, Shearway Road, Folkestone, Kent CT19 4BF, UK.
Tel. (+44)01303 278 137.
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