No easy answer for that .Do it your own way for sure.I started out trying to keep tagged stamps as close to their corresponding issues just as they were listed in catalog.Mostly so I could see what I had/needed.When I switched to quadrilles they are now in the order they were released or as close as an orderly lay-out allows.Also beware early tagging had habit of migrating right onto stamps sharing the page.I believe good mounts were found to contain this problem.(been years since I broached this discussion though) Message me your address I'll try to put together a starter bunch. FREE
It really is up to you, lay out your collection how ever you like! I put my tagged stamps with the corosponding regular issues. I use vario pages for my main collection, so any varieties usually occupy the row below the regular stamps beit tagging, perfs, plate varieties or anything.
One is a fluke, two is a coincidence, three is a collection!
I agree with therealwesty. It is your collection, organize it any way that is satisfying to you. I use quadrille pages exclusively and I have pages where there are 3 or more of the same stamp, each different in someway.
firstfrog2013 I think I sent you my address yesterday but if I didn't I'll PM it to you. I am using the Scott and Harris Albums. I also uuse the American Heirloom Collection for my U.S. stamps. Thanks for your input and sharing your experiences therealwesty and Jerry B.