Born in England in 1840, the stamp has accompanied billions of letters all over the world. That thrilling journey, begun in the company of Queen Victoria, transcends the borders of countries, touches the sky and beyond, in space, up to the orbiting stations. Collecting stamps with passion and care is an exercise to refine your knowledge and secure your savings.
VALUES OF HISTORY
Currency has value: the value of metal, the value of the history of the nation and the period in which it circulates, and the value of the many stories that it touches on its journey. Coins endure through time and space, from the seventh century b.C. to today, from the drachma of Syracuse to the euro of Pope Francis. Collecting them excites and repays.