Current PGP key
My PGP key’s fingerprint is shown below. Note that the link to my key is also sent in the header of all mails I send (specifically, the X-PGP-Key header). This is my long term key, which I use for collecting signatures, and signing other’s keys (“certifying”, in GPG parlance).
8277 84A3 F688 3048 EB3F 8CCE 6141 CD99 B587 61E3
Previous PGP key #1
This PGP key (fingerprint below) is still listed as valid, but it should not be used anymore: I had its master secret key stored separately, but the only copy I had was damaged before I could create a revocation certificate (or a backup). As it still had no signatures, the easiest way around this was to simply create a new key—for which a proper revocation certificate has been created and safely stored! (see above)
E478 D8D5 2C4C 3812 F447 1FAD 6CC2 8D22 EB85 D325
Previous PGP key #2
My previous key has been revoked (superseeded).
090B CC00 EB2F 71EA 098D 2B90 E8C6 514F 9214 6582