Philatelic Ethics: What to Do?

Hotchner, John M.
May 2009
U.S. Stamp News;May2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p12
This article presents a situation involving philatelic ethics in which a philatelist and his/her favourite auctioneer meet up at a stamp show and get to trading compliments about a collection the philatelist have sold using the autioneer's services. The two talked about for another collection deal and decided to meet up for dinner. In addition, a reader's response to a previous ethical problem is presented.


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