No, it’s still a thing, just a lot smaller. Top Graduation UCLA Educated Queen Proud Of My Roots Shirt think a majority of people who collected before did it because it was popular (think the 50s or 60s) or were banking on them being collectibles. Like the baseball cards crazy, or beanie babies. As most stamps never accumulated collectible value, the only people collecting these days are enthusiasts and hobbies who like stamps for a variety of personal reasons. Reasons other than a retirement fund. If you’re interested, a few fun stamp collecting resources I’ve come across are Mystic Stamp This Day in History and Exploring Stamps.
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There are still stamps going for thousands of Top Graduation UCLA Educated Queen Proud Of My Roots Shirt, so I’m going to say it’s still a thing among some people. It might be a considerably smaller hobby though, which could have dropped the prices a lot. It happens – sometimes collecting is somewhat generational, where after a certain point people die off or lose interest, which can really reduce the market. I don’t know if I’m asking the right person, but is this a sign of where sports cards are going in value? Hold steady friend, my beanie babies are gonna get me to the big-time someday.
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