The bi-annual Wagga Stamp and Coin Fair is on it's way this weekend, bringing with it a plethora of collectors keen to show off their prized pieces.
Secretary of Wagga Stamp Club, Peter Simpfendorfer, said there would be 8 dealers and 7 local collectors.
"People can expect thousands of coins and stamps, of all different values," he said.
"There will even be some issues right back from the pre-federation times, before 1901, when all the colonies had their own stamps."
Mr Simpfendorfer said he would be looking for a few additions to his own collection.
"I've got a few gaps of my own to fill, I'm looking for an Australian Antarctic block of three century stamps from 2013 that represent the Australian Antarctic Expedition," he said.
"I'm also after three others from 2016 with robber crabs from Norfolk Island."
A large portion of stamps are coming from Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea, according to Mr Simpfendorfer, who said collectors would travel great distances to attend the fair this weekend.
"We're expecting people from all over the Riverina because the nearest clubs are either in Canberra or Orange, but we even get people from Melbourne and one gentleman always comes every fair from Mildura," he said.
The free event opens on Saturday and continues over the weekend.
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