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When you think coin, stamp and militaria collecting your mind might wander to older gentlemen, in dusty studies, sorting over small bits of paper orcopper.
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But that’s not the case ifthe attendance at the Devonport Stamp, Coin and Militaria Fairis anything to go by.

Alex Ready, 11, from Latrobe worked his dad’s stall.

The scene is alive and well, as people of all ages and backgrounds headed to the East Devonport Recreation Centre on Saturday for the latest edition of the collector’s paradise.

Les Freeman and granddaughter (and apprentice coil dealer), Samantha, of Launceston.

Attendance was strong with a queue of at least 20 people keen to get in as the door opened.

The event brought together dealers, collectors and interested everyday people from across the region and the state.

Preserving our History: Tom Lamb of Burnie displayed his collection of historical Tasmanian stamps, postmarked at the time of issue during the Devonport Stamp, Coin and Militaria Fair on Saturday. Pictures: Alistair Finlay

Devonport Stamp Club prepared an exhibitof member’s collections including a displayof poultry stamps and Tom Lamb from Burine’s collection of early Tasmanian stamps with postmarks from time of issue.

Jennifer Miller of Devonport peruses a selection of stamps.

The fair was organised by members of the Devonport Stamp Club.

Theirnext planned event is later in the year and organisers hope to bring ayouth focus that time round.

Brendan Jordan and Tobias Jordan, 7, from Burnie sort through coins before making a purchase.

Kim Newell, of Hobart, attended the event as a coin deal and medal restorer.

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