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Posted 09/20/2022   02:19 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add kennedyrt to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I own the following Scott albums with slipcases and all supplements through 2021:

  • Scott U.S. Commemorative Plate Blocks (1901-1973)

  • Scott U.S. Commemorative Plate Blocks (1973-2000)

  • Scott U.S. Commemorative Plate Blocks (2001-Date)

  • Scott U.S. Regular and Regular Airmail Plate Blocks (all Dates)



Up through 2019 separate supplements were issued for the Scott U.S. Commemorative Plate Block albums and the Scott U.S. Regular and Regular Airmail Plate Block album. Starting in 2020, the Scott plate block supplements were combined in a comprehensive supplement.

My question is, do I separate the comprehensive supplement into the Scott U.S. Commemorative Plate Block album and the Scott U.S. Regular and Regular Airmail Plate Block album? If so, how is this done? Or should I purchase a new Scott album with slipcase to house the comprehensive supplements?

I emailed this question Amos Media and I received the following reply from Nicki Ingle: "Unfortunately, I cannot answer that question. That is a choice you as the collector get to make."

Any advice received will be appreciated!

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Posted 09/20/2022   2:30 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add classic_paper to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Well, that's really the right answer. It's entirely up to you. I'm not certain I understand the problem: buy the new comprehensive pack and either 1) split up the pages among your existing binders, or 2) keep them all together in a new binder.
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