Scott Catalogue World Set (Volumes 1-6) (2024)

The Scott Catalogue World Set

Scott Catalogue World Set (Volumes 1-6) (1)This set contains all 6 essential volumes covering the entire globe (countries A through Z) of The Scott Standard Catalogue of Postage Stamps.

The catalogs, in publication since 1868, are updated annually by our expert team of philatelists. Our team scours the globe hunting down all new issues and obtaining stamps from prior periods, across all the countries of the world where stamps are issued.

We then catalog each stamp, (scanning a high-resolution image of it using state-of-the-art scanning technology), assign in at Scott Number and then our valuing analysts research its value. The resulting value is included alongside the listing.

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Updated Annually

The World Set contains 6 volumes, each of which is updated annually in accordance with the following schedule:

April: Volume 1 (United States, United Nations and countries of the world beginning with A & B)

May: Volume 2 (Countries C, D, E and F)

June: Volume 3 (Countries G, H and I)

July: Volume 4 (Countries J, K, L and M)

August: Volume 5 (Countries N, O, P, Q, R, and S through “San-“)

September: Volume 6 (Countries S beginning with “Sam-“, T, U, V, W, Y and Z)

Your Catalog, Your Way

We've made The Scott Catalogue available in both Print and Digital formats for your convenience. Learn a little about each:

Print Editions.We continue the proud tradition of publishing our printed, full-size, full-color catalogs on premium stock for your enjoyment. We've separated each volume into two books (i.e. Volume 1 A & Volume 1 B, Volume 2 A & Volume 2 B, etc.)to make each book lighter and easier to browse through and transport. No internet connection required.

Each year, we publish a brand new printed edition consisting of updates from the prior year.

Digital Subscriptions.We offer a Digital Subscription of each essential volume of The Scott Catalogue, including Volume 1. With the Digital Subscription is packed with features simply not possible in print, like search and zoom.Better yet, they offer unprecedented efficiency thanks to a powerful features that letsyou search topics across multiple countries. Works on almost any device with an internet browser. All you need is an internet connection.

Plus, exclusively available in the World Set: search topics across the entire globe. That's right, you can search for a topic like "fish" and see ALL fish results, for ALL countries. ALL in one place! Only possible in the World Set. Only available on Amos Advantage.

With the Digital Subscription, you'll automatically receive the updated edition each year in April.

What's in the World Set?

This set is our most complete offering, geared towards the worldwide collector. It includes all of our essential volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 which cover countries alphabetically from Abu Dhabi to Zululand.

When you subscribe to the World Set, you’ll have access to every country past and present, that’s issued stamps and that Scott has listings for.

The World Set includes an astonishing 450+ countries (past and present). The main countries are as follows, per volume:

Volume 1 (A-B)

United States – Afghanistan – Aitutaki – Albania – Algeria – Andorra (French / Spanish) – Angola – Anguilla – Antigua – Argentina – Armenia – Aruba – Ascension – Australia – Australian Antarctic Territory – Austria – Azerbaijan – Bahamas – Bahrain – Bangladesh – Barbados – Barbuda – Belarus – Belgium – Belize – Benin – Bermuda – Bhutan – Bolivia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Botswana – Brazil – British Antarctic Territory – British Indian Ocean Territory – Brunei – Bulgaria – Burkina Faso – Burma – Burundi and the following entities: United Nations – New York, United Nations – Geneva, United Nations – Vienna.

Volume 2 (C-F)

Cambodia – Cameroon – Canada – Cape Verde – Caribbean Netherlands – Cayman Islands – Central African Republic – Chad – Chile – China – Christmas Island – Cocos Island – Colombia – Comoro Islands – Congo Republic – Cook Islands – Costa Rica – Croatia – Curacao – Cyprus – Czech Republic – Denmark – Djibouti – Dominica – Dominican Republic – Ecuador – Egypt – Equatorial Guinea – Eritrea – Estonia – Ethiopia – Falkland Islands – Faroe Islands – Fiji – Finland – France – French Polynesia – French Southern & Antarctic Territory.

Volume 3 (G-I)

Gabon – Gambia – Georgia – Germany – Ghana – Gibraltar – Great Britain – Alderney – Guernsey – Jersey – Isle of Man – Greece – Mount Athos – Greenland – Grenada – Grenada Grenadines – Guatemala – Guinea – Guinea-Bissau – Guyana – Haiti – Honduras – Hong Kong – Hungary – Iceland – India – Indonesia – Iran – Iraq – Ireland – Israel – Italy – Ivory Coast.

Volume 4 (J-M)

Jamaica – Japan – Jordan – Kazakhstan – Kenya – Kiribati – North Korea – South Korea – Kosovo – Kuwait – Kyrgyzstan – Laos – Latvia – Lebanon – Lesotho – Liberia – Libya – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macao – Macedonia – Malagasy Republic – Malawi – Malaysia – Maldive Islands – Mali – Malta – Marshall Islands – Mauritania – Mauritius – Mexico – Micronesia – Moldova – Monaco – Mongolia – Montenegro – Montserrat – Morocco – Mozambique.

Volume 5 (N-Sam)

Namibia – Nauru – Nepal – Netherlands – Nevis – New Caledonia – New Zealand – Nicaragua – Niger – Nigeria – Niue – Norfolk Island – Norway – Oman – Pakistan – Palau – Palestinian Authority – Panama – Papua New Guinea – Paraguay – Penrhyn Island – Peru – Philippines – Pitcairn Islands – Poland – Portugal – Portugal (Azores) – Portugal (Maderia) – Aatar – Romania – Russia – Rwanda – St. Helena – St. Kitts – St. Lucia – St. Martin – St. Pierre & Miquelon – St. Thomas & Prince – St. Vincent – St. Vincent Grenadines – El Salvador – Samoa.

Volume 6 (San-Z)

San Marino – Saudi Arabia – Senegal – Serbia – Seychelles – Sierra Leone – Singapore – Slovakia – Slovenia – Solomon Islands – Somalia – South Africa – South Georgia & South Sandwich Isles – Spain – Sri Lanka – Sudan – Surinam – Swaziland – Sweden – Switzerland – Syria – Tajikistan – Tanzania – Thailand – Timor – Togo – Tokelau – Tonga – Niuafoiou – Trinidad & Tobago – Tristan da Cunha – Tunisia – Turkey – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus – Turkmenistan – Turks & Caicos Islands – Tuvalu – Uganda – Ukraine – United Arab Emirates – Uruguay – Uzbekistan – Vanautu – Vatican City – Venezuela – Vietnam – Virgin Islands – Wallis & Futuna Islands – Yemen – Zambia – Zaire (Congo Democratic Republic) – Zimbabwe.

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