This is an easy way that anyone can purchase the stamps they might use day to day on cards and letters at the normal cost but with a greater range of designs than you might normally see and with the profit going to support the work of the CASSS.
Please note : Stamp prices changed on 2nd October 2023. The new prices are reflected below.
CASSS is a registered charity and buys the stamps legally through a stamp dealer at less than face value. This allows CASSS to sell the stamps at normal prices and the difference in prices raises funds for the CASSS.
Q. Can stamps bought from the Church Association for Sudan and South Sudan (CASSS) be used for postage or do they have to be kept for stamp collections?
CASSS only sells stamps valid for Royal Mail postage to send post from the UK to addresses in UK and abroad.
Yes absolutely – orders are welcomed all through the year.
Yes. Christmas stamps are available whenever we have stock. In 2019 this was as early as January so please enquire and we will be happy to help.
We do suggest a minimum order of £20. You might like to order a smaller quantity regularly or order on behalf of your church and friends too to make a larger order.
Yes, we have all these available. Just let us know our preferences when you order.
BAR CODED STAMPS – NO CHANGE FOR US!
We understand that the new system of bar-coded stamps has been introduced as a response to the large number of fake stamps coming into the country from overseas.
To clarify the situation going forward we have been in contact with Royal Mail; this was their reply:
All Definitive stamps are being barcoded — including Christmas stamps. Definitive stamps are the regular ‘everyday’ stamps featuring the profile of the monarch.
We aren’t barcoding special issue stamps — which are printed as ‘one offs’ to commemorate a person/event and to celebrate the best of the UK’s contribution to the world.
To confirm, Definitive stamps are being barcoded, commemorative (stamps with pictures on as opposed to the standard ones with just the King’s head on them) are not. You will still be able to use commemorative stamps into the future.
So, commemorative stamps will continue to be produced by Royal Mail, and should continue to provide us with a steady supply of attractive stamps into the future. Many of the Christmas stamps we sell are commemorative, and these will also not be affected.
You can order mint stamps in one of three ways:-
If you are ordering by post, please download a copy of the order form and send it to the address given on the form with a cheque payable to “Church Association for Sudan & South Sudan”.
Click here for a handy guide to all Royal Mail stamp prices (valid from 2nd October 2023)
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