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Matthews and Son (M&S) Philately was created by father and son philatelists, William and Nigel Matthews, who have developed a lifetime passion for stamps and postal history.

Between them they have more than 90 years philatelic experience with specialisation in issues from Great Britain, British Commonwealth, Caribbean, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Spain and United States.

William and Nigel share their passion through the publication of a blog and the provision of philatelic services to both experienced and novice philatelists alike. If you like our content, don’t forget to subscribe below.

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Puerto Rico: Spanish Definitives

Puerto Rico is today recognised officially as the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and an unincorporated territory of the United States of America. As such, it adopts the US federal stamps for postal services. However, between 1873 and 1900, Puerto Rico issued distinctive stamps unique to the island. Puerto Rico is the most easterly of the…

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France: Philately’s Golden Era

Last week I published a blog casting a spotlight on one of the stamp designs of the celebrated French engraver, Albert Decaris, that commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Tour de France. The featured stamp is another Decaris design, this time commemorating Philatec, the International Stamp Exhibition held in Paris in 1964. The 1f stamp…

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France: Tour de France

Like many who have an interest in cycling, this time of year is rather special. July is when the most prestigious of the Grand Tour cycling events takes place and arguably one of the worlds greatest annual sporting events – the Tour de France. Therefore, as a philatelist, the featured stamp has to be one…

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