US Stamps

Take the 2020 Scott U.S. Pocket stamp catalog to your next stamp show

Nov 26, 2019, 1 PM
The 2020 Scott United States Pocket Stamp Catalogue was published in November. The illustrated catalog provides simplified listings of U.S. stamps, including values for both unused and used U.S. stamps.

From The Scott Editors by Jay Bigalke

The end of the year brings a Scott product that I would like to highlight: a new edition of the Scott United States Pocket Stamp Catalogue.

The 2020 Scott U.S. Pocket catalog, published in November, is the perfect size to bring with you to a stamp show, even though it won’t fit into most pockets.

The pages measure about 4 inches by 7 inches. The hardback cover conveniently lays flat, thanks to a durable wire-ring binding.

The Scott U.S. Pocket catalog provides a simplified version of the listings for U.S. stamps found in Vol. 1 of the Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue. In this edition of the pocket catalog, the illustrated listings include stamps issued through early July 2019.

The catalog is designed to be used as a quick reference guide or a handy checklist. Five small boxes are provided next to each listing for you to use to mark what you have in your collection. A space at the top of each page allows you to personalize the headings for your checkboxes.

Stamps are individually listed by Scott catalog number with retail values for an unused stamp and a used stamp. Along with thousands of regular issue and commemorative postage stamps, the Scott U.S. Pocket catalog also lists airmail and special delivery stamps, postage dues, Official mail stamps, newspaper stamps, parcel post stamps, computer vended postage, federal duck stamps and much more.

The Scott U.S. Pocket catalog makes a great holiday gift for anyone who is assembling their own U.S. stamp collection.

To purchase the 2020 Scott catalogs, contact your favorite dealer, or call Amos Media at 800-572-6885. Also visit the Amos Advantage website.

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