What’s new on our website?

For more than a year now we have been working hard to improve, and add new features to the Arpin Philately website. In the last few months we have launched many new web tools and philatelic sections of interest.The most interesting new feature is the «My Account» section. Once you have completed your free inscription, here are the advantages of the «sign in» feature:

  • Consult your purchase history
  • Pay your bill online
  • Refer a friend
  • Submit a change of address
  • Submit a list of missing stamps you would like to have (want list)
  • Download our price list
  • Subscribe to our newsletter
  • Benefit from our member discount, up to 10% off
  • Your shopping cart remains saved. Even if you disconnect, your cart is automatically saved until your next visit.


We have also added our entire inventory of Canadian stamps to our website, complete with pictures.
To come in the next few weeks:

  • An updated and quick search tool for Canadian stamps
  • Our entire inventory of United States stamps online
  • The addition of a complete sets section of World stamps

8 thoughts on “What’s new on our website?

  1. I belong to the Sun City Stamp Group. Its located at Bluffton, South Carolina. We have about 40 members. Yesterday we were part of a Club Fair and gained 10 new members. We also had about 15 people come to our booth with collections for sale, it had belonged to a family member who passed and nobody in the family wants it. With all the seniors here in our gated community this will be a common thing. I will pass your monthly news along at our meetings and your web address.

  2. You have been the best find for me on the internet. I love browsing your site. You have made it very easy for me to obtain stamps that I didn’t think I would ever be able to add to my collection. I look forward to doing business with your company in the coming year and I would like to wish you and yours a Happy New Year.

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