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Spring Auction Results Heated Up

Spring Auction Results Heated Up

The David Feldman SA Spring Auction Series went ahead 13-17th June in temperatures of over 30° in Geneva throughout the week, and the highlights, or hot-lights, were that we auctioned more than 5000 lots for over 3 millions in sales, with almost 70% of our Overseas...
The Best Quarter of an Empire Laureate

The Best Quarter of an Empire Laureate

If you’re going to cut a Empire Laureate 80c postal adhesive into four equal parts and be left with one of those parts I guess it’s better to have the top left-hand corner as the piece you have on a cover. That way you have the forehead and part of the profile, an eye...
The Great Rarity of South Australia

The Great Rarity of South Australia

One of the curious things about philately is the fascination with errors. Or is it the fascination with how the errors occurred? Probably both, but whatever the reasons the featured stamp, which is the South Australia 1868 “3 PENCE” on 4d deep ultramarine with the...
The Bangkok “B” Overprints

The Bangkok “B” Overprints

Western European nations began trading with Siam as early as 1511 with the arrival of the Portuguese, before the Dutch and British in 1608 and the French in 1662. It was not until 18th April 1855 that more formal trading agreements were established when Great Britain...
Spring Philatelic Agenda

Spring Philatelic Agenda

Our auction catalogues are now prepared ready for printing and will soon be on their way to clients, as well as our online auction catalogue will shortly be available to view. Our philatelists will take to the road between now and the auction week in June. You can...