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Re: Welcome to new members

Postby Sir.Ious Stamp » Mon Feb 22, 2021 01:22 pm

phalarope wrote:Welcome, Sir.Ious Stamp. I'm so sorry for your loss, but glad you have taken up your father's interest in Discworld and the stamps. Was his name Wilfred? If so, he will have had some correspondence from me, and I was his personal shopper at the first NADWCon in 2009.


Many thanks for your kind reaction. My father's name indeed is Wilfred. Great to hear that you had contact!
I do enjoy the discworld stamp collecting alot actually. The correspondence from you is probably still here. I remember seeing some postcards & letters.

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Re: Welcome to new members

Postby Little Legs » Tue Feb 23, 2021 01:09 pm

Hi,
Just joined this again could not remember my old details. Possibly not posted for 12-14 years so if anyone has an old list I can provide details and find me again. :D
Anyway , hi
Names John and I started collecting straight after I read the book and have some of the first stamps out but nothing for last ten years or so
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Re: Welcome to new members

Postby phalarope » Wed Jun 23, 2021 01:16 pm

Welcome welcome, Wee Andy Mac Feegle! :sunny: :sunny: :D
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Re: Welcome to new members

Postby phalarope » Tue Sep 28, 2021 06:25 pm

Welcome, welcome, Salmonmancer! :sunny: Love your avatar. I'm an oystermancer, myself. :wink: Though I channel small shorebirds that have reversed sex roles. :lol:
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