My collection includes
Finland 1856-2017 in three Leuchtturm albums
119 Leuchtturm books of 64 pages for philatelically large countries: Afghanistan, Netherlands, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, British India and feudal states, Brunei, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Spain part I, Spain part II, South Africa, South Korea, South Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Philippines, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, India, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy part I, Italy part II, East Germany, Austria, Japan part I, Japan part II, Jordan, Yugoslavia, Canada, Kazakhstan, China, Colombia, Greece, Croatia, Cuba, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Malay states, Malta, Morocco, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Nepal, Soviet Union, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua-New-Guinea, Paraguay, Peru part I, Peru part II, North Korea, Portugal, Poland, Qatar, France part I, France part II, Romania, Sweden part I, Sweden part II, Altdeutschland, German Empire, West Germany, Germany after unification, San Marino, Saudi-Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Denmark, Thailand, Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary part I, Hungary part II, Uruguay, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Vatican, Venezuela, Russia, Vietnam, United Kingdom, United States part I, United States part II and Zimbabwe
63 Leuchtturm books of 64 pages each with stamps from countries A to Z
One book of 64 pages for blocks and sheets
Three blue office binders for one cover from each country
A couple of books for unknown material, Finnish mint stamps, and a binder for classic Estonian stamps
Album for Nordic countries for stamps issued before 1955
Four shoe boxes for all the remaining covers
In July 2018 there were 321 100 different worldwide stamps in the books and 8 000 on covers and sheets.
The world map below depicts the distribution of my stamps into the current independent nations. Former entities (Weimar era Germany, Chinese Empire and others), countries (USSR, Czechoslovakia and others), colonies (French Algeria, Rhodesia and others) and occupations are not considered. Legend shows the meaning of the colors. The numbers mean number of different stamps from the country.
The collection in 2005.
The collection in 2014.
The collection in 2017.