|DAVE STIRLING'S HOME FOR CINDERELLAS.|
I won an auction on eBay for a Seko Kinetic Watch. The seller
was Dino Nooralli of 10 Sherrland Court, Attercliffe, Sheffield, S9
3DY, South Yorkshire. He encashed my cheque on 19th September 2003 but has sent nothing and will not answer emails. I have raised a fraud alert with eBay and my complaint has been accepted and this fraudster is no longer on eBay This swindler does, however, still have £139 of my money.
I HAVE REPORTED THIS TO FALKIRK POLICE ON NOV 1 2003.
I Have heard nothing more from them."
Collectors be warned.
|David M. Stirling (Dave Stirling)|
I have been collecting Cinderella Stamps
for more than sixty years and have a fine
collection, running in to 100's of
With the late Ted Jenson, of Fireside
Local Post, and Wayne Martel, we
founded the Local Post Society which is
still going strong. I was its first President
and first life member and, of course, its
first member. I am Member 1L1!
I was the author of the "Some Curious
Weeds" series of articles on cinderella
stamps, which ran in Linn's Weekly Stamp
News from 1963 to 1970.
I am a member of the Cinderella Stamp
Group, the British Matchox and Label
Society, the Railway Philatelic Group, Alba
and the Parcel Stamp Study Group, of
I run the Foundling Exchange Club for
Cinderella Exchanges. See link on this page.
I am Scottish or British...nothing else. I live
in Central Scotland at Dunipace, seven miles
from Stirling, the ancient Capital of
Scotland. Anyone who degrades these
United Kingdoms by calling them "england"
need not contact me. I do not wish to have
anything to do with uneducated buffoons!
I have a superb collection of Parcel Delivery
Stamps of Great Britain and Ireland and
write on the subject in the Bulletin of the
Parcel Stamp Study Group of Norway.
Write to Geir Sor-Reime for details at
Haugliveien 10, NO-4020, Stavanger, Norw.
Ask him also about the
Norwegian Revenues Study Group.
You may offer me old collections of
Cinderella Stamps. I seek also toy stamps
from old children's toy post office sets.
I have duplicates for trade. Check the prices
similar items fetch on ebay auctions! Email
me and visit
Cinderella Finder. See links.
If you really want some lovely cinderella
items, then Email Gerry King at
[email protected] You won't be
I was instrumental in my late good friend,
Paul Gapp, founding the Samuel Allan
Taylor Society and I was its first member
and its first honorary life member.
I am the author of many handbooks and
pamphlets, including "The Postal Strike in
Scotland", "Poster Stamps of the British
Industrial Exhibitions", "Lord Roberts
Labels", etc etc. and have assisted many
authors with information. Database held
with many snippets of information. I am
also compiling a proper Catalogue of British
Commemorative Poster Stamps
If interested in a Cinderella X-change circle,
first join the Revenue-Stamp Group, then
Email your request to me, with cinderella
See my lots on Ebay. Search for seller
David M. Stirling,
Genealogist & Historian.
|Bogus Prince Edward
Island Item with|
Spanish Queen's profile. Quite rare.
|Another Picture Page.|
|If you can't send notes, send these.|
still hunting for|
|I've been buffaloed!|
The Tumlin' cloon, rin thrae the toon,
Amazin' ane an a',
The Provost cried, "Hooch! Aye!, ma loon,
Your antics are sae braw!
Sae gae ye doon, tae Edwin's toon,
Tae tummel for the Queen,
Amuse her lad, she'll be sae glad,
That a' your tricks she's seen!"
The cloon was seen, and then the Queen,
She tried tae tummel too,
And landed doon, upon her croon,
An got a' black an' blue!
She grabbed the cloon, and cried "Colquhoun!
Gae crucify this nyaff,
An' mind ye dicht, the nails in ticht,
In case he tummels aff!"
Copyright David M. Stirling 2001.
|The Tumlin' Cloon.|
|Take your time, you can
my site at your leisure!
|There are more than six million items in the Foundling Exchange Pool. Much of
this material was obtained in the good old days, and much is now
unobtainable. Amongst the mass you can find the remainder stock of Oliver
of Edinburgh's |
Church of Scotland Reward Stamps. There are also WWI red cross labels by Dulac and by Brangwyn. There are bus stamps, railway stamps, poster stamps, postal strike stamps, forgeries, fakes, phantoms, fictitious countries, modern and ancient local posts, street collection flags, banknotes, toy postage stamps.
|Have a look at
History", the finest|
genealogical site on the web. Births, deaths
and marriages are listed. Occupations too
and there is even a note on how names
come about. Maintained by the last word
in genealogists! One visit will give you a
new approach to your family tree.
|If you don't like my
Don't muck it about,
Though you don't like it,
|Gerry King after |
I've Emailed him!
|The Cinema Kiosk.|
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PHILATELIC LINKS PAGE.
|If necessary, we will use this imagery to condition your|
mind into collecting Cinderellas. Be warned now!
|To Email Dave Stirling.|
|Ask for details in email of Parcel Stamps Group.|
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