Welcome to Bexley Stamp & Coin Accessories.

Please be aware that we will be taking a break from Wednesday July 10th, until the Monday August 5th. 

Thank you for understanding that no on-line, phone or email orders will be taken or processed during our break. 


Go to our On-Line Store by clicking here.


Bexley Stamps was established in 1969 and has been supplying quality accessories for Stamp & Coin Collectors throughout the years. Please note; we do not buy and sell stamps or coins/banknotes, but a large range of ACCESSORIES for collectors. We strive to provide an excellent personal service. Bexley Stamp & Coin Accessories is the sole Australian Agent for
  • DAVO of Holland. One Country Hingeless & Plain Albums, as well as their Accessories. and
  • Lindner of GermanyLINDNER Collecting-Systems – qualitative, stylish and functional.
We also carry or can obtain many other brands of accessories and catalogues including Hartberger, SAFE, Stanley Gibbons, Palo, VST, Lighthouse, FACIT, MICHEL, Scotts and Renniks. Contact Ken or Kerry Pullen at this email or the phone number shown above.


Bexley Stamp Shop opens in May at 415 Forest Rd, Bexley. Charlie Gant was the original owner of Bexley Stamps from Opening in May 1969 through 1972

Change of ownership.

Bill Purser was the owner/operator from 1972 through 1995.


Changed owners once more in March to owner number three Michael Hill, who had started a stamp shop in May 1969 in Lae Papua New Guinea and has dealt in stamps since then.

Forest Road Shop is closed and Bexley Stamps becomes "Mail Order" only. Prior to closing the shop featured in Episode 5 of “Two Twisted” with Sam Neill, Bryan Brown - Von Stauffenberg's Stamp
2017: (May 18th)

Ownership changes with Ken Pullen (Owner No 4) taking up the operation of Bexley Stamps. He continues operating as a Mail Order Business - with an on-line store at the Accessories link above.


Kerry Pullen joins Bexley Stamps and a Partnership is formed.

Stamp & Coin Dealers Association of Australasia Inc

SCDAA was established in early 1970 when a number of Sydney suburban full and part-time dealers felt the need to establish a Sydney based Trade Association to provide a service to the collector in a growing Sydney market.

The prime aim of the association is to promote Philately and Numismatics and we pioneered Weekend Stamp & Coin Markets at the Croydon Masonic Hall in early 1971 when keen collectors lined up from 8am to gain entry. Markets in Hornsby and Campsie closely followed and then along came Parramatta, Auburn, Merrylands, Newcastle, Canberra, Wollongong, Albury and Wagga Wagga.

Member details and the Code of Conduct can be found at scdaa.com.au.

Petersham Stamp, Coin & Banknote Fair, is held on the 5th Sunday of each 5 Sunday Month at Petersham Town Hall, 107 Crystal Street, Petersham Sydney. Up to 28 dealers attend and Petersham is now the longest running Fair in Australia attracting about 400 collectors to each event. Collectors are well catered with a wide variety of Australian & World Stamps, Coins & Banknotes and Accessories for collectors.

Australasian Philatelic Traders Association

Founded in 1948, APTA aims to develop and maintain a high standard of business ethics, to provide benefits and services to members and to promote the hobby of philately.

APTA Membership embraces dealers, accessory manufacturers, wholesalers, publishers of philatelic literature and employees of members.

APTA studies local and national legislation that may be relevant to the philatelic arena. In this and other areas of influence on the trade or hobby, it not only keeps members informed, but undertakes lobbying to the relevant bodies. Members are required to observe the APTA Code of Ethics to maintain sound and responsible standards of business practice and to encourage and foster high standards of professional conduct amongst those engaged in the stamp trade. This in turn develops goodwill for APTA members throughout the philatelic community.

For further details about APTA visit their website: www.apta.com.au 

Internet Philatelic Dealers Association

The IPDA is a non profit organization. It was officially formed in 2002 by a group of individuals whose main intention was to give stamp collectors confidence when buying from internet based dealers. These individuals had been meeting since 2000 and discussing the idea that if a dealer was accredited as a member of what was to become the IPDA, it was the groups expectation that this would help towards making the internet a safer place to buy and sell stamps.

After 5 years of steady growth, the IPDA was incorporated as a non profit Association in the state of Florida USA, on 28th February 2007. The Association’s registered title is The Internet Philatelic Dealers Association Incorporated or The IPDA.


Coin/Note Care

To maintain the quality and value of a coin collection, it is important to care for the coins properly. Improper cleaning or storage can result in damage to the coin’s surface, which significantly decreases its value and can even impact its appearance. To ensure the beauty and longevity of every coin in a collection, use the right cleaning techniques and store the coins in the right containers. To retain the value and aesthetic of your coin collection, proper care and storing are essential. Read more…

Stamp Care

Maybe you’ve inherited an expensive stamp collection and are unsure what to do next. Maybe you’ve had a longstanding interest in philately — the collection and study of postage stamps — but only now had the means of taking your collection to the next level. Regardless, some basic knowledge of how to preserve your stamp collection is essential to protecting your investment for the long term. While stamps must be strong enough to endure the rigors of mail delivery, even those printed specifically for the collector’s market are just thin pieces of paper that can tear or damage easily Read more…


Only one country is permitted to issue postage stamps without including their name. This is Great Britain because it was the first country to issue postage stamps in 1840. In place of the country's name, Great Britain is allowed to simply include an image of the ruling monarch (frequently in the upper right hand corner of the stamp). Remember that many countries do not use English and thus you may not recognize the name.
Yes, although in the vast majority of cases unused stamps sell for more, many collectors save used stamps and many of the most valuable stamps are used.

Contact Us

Bexley Stamps P.O.Box 36 KURMOND NSW 2757 AUSTRALIA (Mail Order & Fairs business only)
ABN 41 803 425 315
Aust: (02) 4573 1332 Int'l: +61 2 4573 1332 sales@bexleystamps.com.au www.bexleystamps.com.au

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