I don’t collect caps from Russia, China, India, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, USA and Canada. Since 2014 I started to collect all kinds of caps from West and Central European countries. From countries more in the Eastern part of Europe AND Germany I only collect caps before 1990.
Except for the mentioned countries above, I collect all kinds of exotic caps.
I got a lot of cork lined caps to do exchanges.
my Dutch collection is shown at
-Old Dutch, Belgium and French cork lined caps.
-Caps from Portugal and Switzerland
-Caps from Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Austria, Scandinavia, UK, Ireland.
-Old and cork lined caps in general, except from the countries I don't collect
-Cupboard with layers, 260 caps on each plate (not fixed to the board, when they fall it cost me 2 hours to replace:-)
-negative sheet holders for the "small" countries and set caps. (I consider a country as a small one when I do have no more then about 70 caps. Says nothing about the quality!!!)
-negative sheet holders for my entire Dutch collection