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About “Our Passports”


Why open a new site on this subject?

This is not the first site or the only one intended to cover this topic.

Others have been running on line for some time.

But as a collector who strongly believes in the sharing of information, it is therefore important to give fellow collectors another source of information on old passports and documents. Fellow collectors have accumulated great pieces and it would be wonderful to share them with us all.

Another reason is that the passion for passport collecting and travel related documents has been growing in the past few years and more and more people are interested in all aspects connected to them: visas, stamps, revenue stamps, clauses, the routes that one took in order to reach ones destination and the amazing stories behind each item and trip.

The passport touches us all: everyone and every age.

“Our Passports” is dedicated to all those, past & present, who at some point in time used their passport, their travel document and traveled.

Now days travelling has become an essential part of our lives, we do so for pleasure, work or family reunions.

I hope you enjoy this new site and welcome warmly any comments and advice that you may have.


The Politics of Prejudice: How Passports Rubber-Stamp Our Indifference to Refugees

You may learn more about my passion by clinking the above link.

The Holocaust

One of the strongest connections I have towards old passports are those relating to the Holocaust. As a decedent to those who perished and suffered during the Second World War it is my mission and passion to collect and save as many samples I can and to learn about the stories behind each item.


One of the interesting and most “artistic” part of a travel document is the hand-applied stamp inside. Various shapes and designs can be found inside the pages, waiting to be discovered.