What does a philatelist do?


A philatelist is a person who is involved in collection and study of postage stamps. The philatelists study the postal history and other issues relating to the stamps especially those that have been collected and preserved in a certain museum.
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A Philatelist is an individual involved in planning and organising the acquisition, storage of exhibition of collections and the administration of these collections, artwork, collectibles and historic items. The individual also writes and checks grant proposals, periodical articles, reports, and publicity materials.
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