After the great success of the 1st sale in December 2018, we were very pleased to offer the second part of the Chalhoub Collection of Egypt on Monday December 9th. This auction presented the final part of the Commemorative issues of the Monarchy period. More than 70% of the 300 lots have been sold and once again the bidding was intense from 3 continents, proving that stamps of high quality and impeccable provenance remain prized in today’s market.

We invite you to discover the prices realised here.

Below are some of the highlights of this auction:

lot 10097

1934 UPU Congress set of 14 Royal Imperforates with CANCELLED backs. Estimated 20’000 Euros  and sold for 41’480 Euros.

Lot 10282

1951 Royal Wedding of King Farouk and Queen Narriman 10m, imperforate mint hr lower left corner sheet marginal plate block of four. Estimated 12’000 Euros and sold for 34’160 Euros.

Lot 10261

1949 16th Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition pair of mini sheets in complete mint og press sheets. Estimated 12’000 Euros and sold for 26’840 Euros.

Lot 10302

952 Birth of Crown Prince Ahmed Fouad 10m mint nh imperforate mini sheet in se-tenant pair with horizontal green streak across. Estimated 7’000 Euros and sold for 39’040 Euros.