About Us

We have been dealing in stamps since 1968, and are now recognised as one of the leading mail-order dealers in Australasia. We pride ourselves on our mail-order service. We assure you that everything we supply to you will be subject to your complete satisfaction, or payment immediately refunded on return of the item.

We have been a member of the New Zealand Stamp Dealers’ Association for 50 years, and support it’s Code of Ethics. Don White, our Managing Director, is currently President of the Association.


Dunedin StampsWe attend most major shows in Australia and New Zealand, as a visitor and buyer, and Don is also often seen at other overseas exhibitions in the US and the UK.





Trade enquiries are welcome. We provide a prompt and efficient wholesale service for New Zealand stamps, backed up by our extensive stock. Ask for our trade-list, and also for details of our wholesale new-issue service. Obviously proof of dealer status is required, or orders be of a wholesale nature. Sorry, but we do not wholesale kiloware nor bundleware.

DunedinDunedin is a city of some 120,000 people in the lower half of the South Island. If you come and visit, you will certainly find plenty to do. There’s the wildlife attractions (such as the royal albatross and yellow eyed penguins), the stately homes (such as the renowned Larnach’s Castle and Olveston), and the extensive collections of the Art Gallery and Museum. Also, don't miss our new authentic Chinese Gardens - fantastic.  The city is also the gateway to Central Otago, with it’s breathtaking lakes and mountains. 

If you are in Dunedin, please try to come and see us. We have a bright and sunny showroom, on the first floor at 32 Hanover St. (above “Rembrandt’s Menswear”). As we are primarily mail order, we are now only open to the public on Wednesdays, from 10am until 5pm, but other times are available by appointment.  We have a constantly changing stock of “collections & mixed-lots”, stamps, postcards and postal history. We will do our best to help you find something that interests.

Want to learn more about Dunedin?
Visit: www.dunedin.govt.nz

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