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January, 2019

Cherrystone Auctions - Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World - January 8-9, 2019 We are pleased to kick off the New Year with our January 8-9 sale, with 1,678 lots, including additional offerings of the Heinz Gappe (H.G.I Company) inventory of Flight and Zeppelin covers of the world, as well as properties of numerous other vendors and estates sold by their order. Heinz was well known to Aero philatelists, having been active in this field since the 1960s and amassed a wonderful holding of this ever-popular and exciting area. There are selections of attractive United States, rarities from Albania, Austria, France, Germany and Colonies, Italy and Colonies, Russia, Saar, Scandinavian countries and Switzerland. Great Britain and British Commonwealth are well represented, featuring a strong selection of Batum, booklet from India with set of Gandhi stamps overprinted Specimen and lots more. As always, our sale includes selections of better South America, with Colombia Air Post, Asia and rest of the world. We conclude with 100+ large lots and collections, which range from single country collections to multi-carton worldwide groups of stamps and covers, mostly offered intact. This entire sale is online at www.cherrystoneauctions.com. Please check with us often, as additional scans are continuously uploaded. A limited number of printed catalogues are available on request.

Please note that this four-session auction (at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. each day) takes place live on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 8-9 at our New York 57th Street Auction Galleries and on CherrystoneLive (www.cherrystoneauctions.com/live). Lots will be on view at our galleries on Monday, January 7, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Other viewing times are available by appointment. Dynamic Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


Dutch Country Auctions / The Stamp Center - Public Auction - January 11-12, 2019 We are excited about our January sale #320 for many reasons. At the top of our list of great properties is a wonderful collection of Greece most of which is unused NH in blocks or sheets. Most of these stamps are in exceptional condition, chosen for centering and color! Greece C8-14 are in sheets, a real showpiece, possibly unique!

We also have a strong section of covers including U.S. #1s (5). We have many accumulations and collections with U.S, worldwide (FDCs of both), air, naval, space and more.

Our U.S. section includes many nice individual places plus a very strong group of accumulations and collections. Among the worldwide lots are many attractive singles and sets, country collections, accumulations and large lots. Dynamic Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


Harmer-Schau Auction Galleries, Inc. - OrcoExpo StampShow Philatelic Auction - January 11-13, 2019 The Worldwide auction of 1649 lots will be held in 3 sessions.

The 1st session on Friday, January 11th at 6:30 pm will contain 286 lots of Coins, and Foreign and British singles. The session will be highlighted by better China, France, Germany, quality condition Canada, classic Ceylon, and New Zealand with "Chalon Heads".

The 2nd session on Saturday, January 12th at 5:00 pm will contain 620+ U.S. single lots beginning with Autographs and "State Postal History". The evening session will include considerable proofs & essays, and modern rare errors. It will be highlighted by mint #38 block of 4 with full o.g. (P.F. certs), #62B used Grade 85 (only 5 graded higher), 1875 Re-Issues, #141A "I Grill" 15¢ o.g. (PSE cert) probably one of two sound copies known, #185 used (PSE cert) Grade 100, #3557a Imperforate full pane, excellent Officials with proofs and Specimens including a unique #O58SDA 2c "Sepcimen" error in positional block of 4, and Revenues incl. Beer #REA169. The session will conclude with Confederates, and U.S. Possessions.

The 3rd session on Sunday, January 13th at 9:30 a.m. will consist of 750+ U.S. Collections, Postcards, Ephemera, and Worldwide collections. The session will start with 260 U.S. lots plus 11 postcard and 10 Ephemera collections. It will be followed by 100+ Commonwealth country (featuring Canada) and general collections, 200+ Foreign country collections including China, German Offices & Colonies, and Hungary with a "Cities & Provinces" selection. The sale will end with 150 Worldwide collection lots including mint and used stationery groupings, Topical collections and a Postal History section.
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Modern Stamps, Inc. - Public Auction #471 - No Buyer's Fee - January 12, 2019 Public Auction #471 includes 376 Lots without Hidden Reserves. This Sale includes Collections of U.S. Stamps, plus World Wide Single Stamps and Sets, Country Collections, Accumulations, Covers and "Box Lots". Sale Highlights Include Early U.S. Issues, U.S. Plate Number Blocks, U.S. Back-of Book, U.S. "Postage" Lots, U.S. Mint Sheets and U.S. Covers. The Sale also includes World Wide Small Lots and Collections from Africa, British Commonwealth, Canada, France, Italy, Middle East and San Marino. There is a Wide Selection of World Collections, Country Collections & Accumulations (Over 100 Lots), Plus Some "Cinderella" Items (Not Listed by Scott) and World Wide Covers. There are many Better "Box Lots", Unsorted Mixtures and Accumulations (U.S. and World Wide). Something of interest for almost every collector can be found in this Sale. NO BIDDER'S FEE IS ADDED TO THE INVOICE. All Lots Sold to the High Bidder at an Increment Over the Second High Bid. PHONE BIDDING DURING THE AUCTION CAN BE SCHEDULED. Dynamic Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


Witherell's - The Alton Holje Barnes Cape of Good Hope Stamp Collection Auction - January 16, 2019 We welcome you to our first sale on StampAuctionNetwork and are pleased to offer The Cape of Good Hope stamps collected by, Alton Holje Barnes throughout his lifetime. Barnes was the son of Ray Barnes and Rose Holje, the daughter of Martin Holje, owner of California Glue Works and head of the prominent 19th-century Bay Area Holje family. The family initially resided in San Francisco, but eventually moved to a beautiful Victorian in Calistoga known as Maplewood. Our Philatelist adviser describes this discovery as follows:

As an advanced philatelist with a half-century of experience, I am often called upon to value family stamp collections. I have learned to expect very little. So I was surprised and very impressed with this marvelous Cape of Good Hope 19th century triangles collection which seems to have been put away well over 70 years ago.

Lovingly assembled by a serious student of the triangles, the collection offers multiple copies of all varieties including the storied and elusive Solomon Wood Blocks. As well, it features studies of forgeries and a nice array of postal history from the same period. Well preserved with literally no “space fillers”, the condition and diversity of this collection should be viewed as a rare find for serious Cape of Good Hope collectors. It was truly a delight to organize this collection into lots, which should please dealers and collectors alike.

Respectfully, Mark Ludwig, Philatelist

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Alan Blair - Emerald Ventures Public Auction #166 - January 19, 2019 Welcome to our Featured Auction starting at 12:00PM EST on January 19th, 2019! We are excited to offer this excellent material featuring:

  • People’s Republic of China nice runs of Mint 1940s-1980s singles, sets, collections and covers spread out over dozens of lots plus some great Republic lots.
  • Germany First Day Covers all from the Otto-Wilharm correspondence with an incredible run of exceptionally scarce FDCs from the Third Reich era (see lots #101-125).
  • US stamps are well covered in general from Classics through dollar value commemoratives, and specifically have some quite exceptional Peckmore proofs (including an Army & Navy set we’ve been unable to find records of),
  • We also have some significant documents from a run of 1700s documents (incl Patrick Henry signature) to a multi-page foldout Civil War Officer’s signed letter that borders on a formal declaration of treason.
You’ll want to check closely, we have a standout group of excellent lots in this auction with many scarce items and clean material.
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Sparks Auctions - Sparks Auction #29 - January 23-24, 2019

Welcome to Sparks Auctions' 29th sale.

Our September 2018 sale was our largest so far, and our January auction promises to continue this great trend. We value the participation of collectors from around the world, and are committed to providing an exceptional bidding experience. To that end, we maintain our very competitive buyer's premium of only 15%, which remains one of the lowest among philatelic public auction firms. We also continue our commitment to industry-leading transparency, by clearly indicating with a “Rsv.” which items are subject to a minimum reserve bid.

Collectors in every field are sure to find something of interest amongst our high-quality offerings of Canadian, British Commonwealth, and worldwide stamps and postal history. Highlights include our usual high quality singles and sets, from the classics through to rarely offered modern varieties.

We are also proud to offer the “Azilda” collection of Canadian registration stamps and covers, including gems offered on the philatelic market for the first time in over forty years. These are identified in the catalogue with the letters AC (Azilda collection) accompanying the description.

Our British Commonwealth and Worldwide selections including another installment of desirable SPECIMEN perforated sets, exceptional never hinged Italy and rarely-seen Italian States, a collection of “Number One” stamps of the world offered in several lots, as well as early Great Britain, United States, and more.

Our postal history section abounds with diverse material, including our always-popular postmark lots, featuring a lovely collection of Canadian fancy cancellations, offered in over thirty lots. Also of note are forty-five lots of Graf Zeppelin flown covers and cards from around the world, Western Express covers, and more.

One of the highlights of this sale is a world-class advanced collection of Great Britain squared circle postmarks, consisting of over 16,000 covers and cards as well as thousands of stamps. The collector diligently sought fully legible and quality strikes, including most of the rare ones, and more common hammers are often found on better items, such as unusual usages and exotic destinations. This collection contains most of the great rarities, much of it originating from the renowned collection of Stanley Cohen. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire material from one of the best collections ever formed.

Finally, we are pleased to offer worldwide country lots from the Jack Gray collection. This collection was received in just under 100 large cartons, and is being offered principally by country, with each lot typically including more than one collection. Jack was a topicalist, and purchased country collections to extract the topical material he needed, and what remains is a very diverse offering. These lots are identified with (JG) accompanying the description. We recommend careful viewing of his material as the sheer volume of material may yield finds for the eagle-eyed collector.

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Oakwood Auctions - Worldwide Public Auction - January 26, 2019 Our January 26th auction is an internet auction, finishing when all the lots have been completed. This auction is loaded with some rare Canadian singles, sets, covers, specialty items, smaller collections, and many foreign lots. We are offering low opening bids and a competitive buyer’s premium (20%) again making this auction appealing to the collector and dealer.

Here are some highlights in our January 26th auction:

  • Canada "Large Queens"
  • Canada "Small Queens"
  • Edward and George V
  • Jubilees
  • Plate Proofs and Blocks
  • Israel MNH Tabs Collection
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Spink USA - The Winter Collectors Series Sale - January 30-31, 2019 The Spink USA 30th -31st January public auction is comprised of over a thousand lots. The US section is highlighted by a strong offering of graded stamps as well as booklets and booklet panes, plate blocks and a nice selection of Valentines and Carriers and Locals. The worldwide offering includes and impressive collection of the Rivadavia issue of Argentina and important St. Vincent and Turks & Caicos from the collection formed by Barry Friedman. Both of these are offered in separate sessions. The general foreign section is especially strong in Latin America with most countries represented and is highlighted by Columbia air posts. There is also decent sections of Canada and BNA Colonies, Great Britain and Empire issues and of course numerous collections, accumulations and balance lots. LIVE Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


February, 2019

Sterling Kingbrook Auctions - International Public Auction - February 2, 2019 This auction is loaded with some nice singles, sets, covers, specialty items, smaller accumulations, and our usual larger box lots. Here are some highlights in our February 2nd auction:

  • A strong selection of earlier US material, many with newly obtained certificates
  • Extensive US Back of the Book offerings
  • US Flown Zeppelin covers
  • Canadian Semi-Official Airmail items
  • A good selection of supplies and philatelic reference materials
  • Multiple small, medium and large accumulations & box lots as well as many better foreign singles, sets, and intact collections
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Eastern Auctions Ltd. - Worldwide Public Auction - February 14-16, 2019 The Highlands Collection of British North America – Part Two February 14, 2019 (Lot 1-360)
Built over a period of 40 years, this extraordinary multi-million dollar holding offers impressive coverage and consistently high quality. The collection is reminiscent in style and scope to the greatest collections of the past, with strong emphasis on the pre-Confederation era. We invite everyone who appreciates stamps, proofs and postal history of British North America to take advantage of this opportunity.

General Sale (Lot 361-1109)
Worldwide, British North America, Canada, Classic Stamps, Modern Errors, Revenues, Specialized Collections & Estates Featured is an exceptional range of classic stamps, notably of British Columbia, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Newfoundland offers excellent representation from sought-after rarities such as unused 1857 Pence issues to airmail inverts, numerous proofs, varieties, imperforates and revenue stamps.

A very strong Canada section will be offered over two days – from the 1851 Issue to modern errors and elusive back-of-book issues, along with Federal & Provincial revenues. It includes some of rarest unused Pence issues often missing from even advanced collections. One will find hand-picked single-lot items including proofs, imperforates, plate imprint multiples, better printings and much more. The modern era is particularly strong (including some valuable large lots) with rarely offered printing errors, missing colours and inverts – available in such limited numbers, it is fair to say they will become some of the great rarities of tomorrow.
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Rasdale Stamp Company - Worldwide Public Auction - February 16-17, 2019 Welcome to the 439th Public Auction. The first session presents nearly 600 lots. The sale has a diverse array of material. In this session, we are offering collections of Specialized Austria, French Colonies, plus an advanced collection in Scott International Albums being sold by countries. Many other country and area collections, postcards, topical collections and an assortment of miscellaneous collectibles.

The second session presents just under 450 lots of singles and sets of stamps and individual covers. The United States singles section offers a fine selection. France, Italy and areas plus a bit of Greenland. In the single cover section there are a few zeppelin flight covers, first flight covers, and Polish Forces covers.
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Cherrystone Auctions - German WWII Occupation Issues - February 20, 2019 - The Winterfel - February 20, 2019 World War II was by any measure, one of the most disastrous events in human history. From 1939 to 1945, virtually the entire world was at war and Nazi Germany occupied most of Europe. Hundreds of stamps have been issued and used during this awful time. The Winterfell Collection has been carefully assembled by a discerning philatelist, with a keen eye for the various overprints applied by the Nazi postal authorities over the sovereign stamps of occupied countries. There are many rarities from Estonia, Lithuania, Bohemia and Moravia, Sudetenland, Poland, Soviet Union, Kotor, Montenegro and others. Highlights are too numerous to mention, with 480 lots of used and unused singles, sets and covers. Virtually all stamps and covers are accompanied by expert certificates from the recognized authorities. LIVE Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


Cherrystone Auctions - Great Britain - The Brian Pottow Collection - February 20, 2019 We are pleased present the Brian Pottow Collection of Great Britain. This mpressive holding of some of the finest stamps of Great Britain includes unused Penny Blacks, a single and a pair of the iconic VR Official, unused 2p blue, with marginal inscription and many others. You will also find unused, original gum 1878 £1 Brown Lilac (SG £90,000) in splendid condition, £5 Orange, numerous high value KEVII and George V singles and £1 blocks of four, followed by a handsome group of the ever-popular Seahorses. In addition, there are Specimen overprints, varieties and proofs. LIVE Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


Cherrystone Auctions - Western Ukraine - Dr.I. G. Kulczycky collection - February 21, 2019 Dr. Ihor Kulczycky needs no introduction to collectors of Ukraine. Author of dozens of definitive research articles on Western Ukrainian Philately, Dr. Kulczycky assembled what is universally considered to be the finest collection of this intriguing philatelic area. There are over 400 lots of stamps and covers, beginning with postal history under the Austrian monarchy and ending with Soviet Ukraine. Highlights include a partial reconstruction of the famous Ekonomat document, plus many used and unused rarities of Lviv, Kolomyia and Stanyslaviv issues. Postal history of Western Ukraine is exceptionally well represented, illustrating usages during the short-lived Republic, followed by Polish, Romanian, German and Russian Occupations, military mail, variety of censor markings, mail from the Ukrainian Legion and much more. Collected over a lifetime, many of the items are offered for the first time at Public Auction. Dynamic Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.


R. Maresch & Son Auctions Ltd. - Winter February 2019 Public Unreserved Auction - February 27-28, 2019 R. Maresch & Son would like to take this time to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season, and a great New Year.

This sale has wonderful selections of Canada, including Pence, Cents, Large Queens, Small Queens, Jubilees, Edwards, Admirals, Modern varieties, Semi-Official Airmails. Great Britain, including all Reigns, British Commonwealth, including Ceylon, Worldwide including USA, etc., many better individual items, some with certificates, plus sets, collections and large multiple carton lots. Inspection will be rewarded, please come and see us at our Aurora location. If you happen to be in the area before the official viewing dates please call and we’ll do our best to accommodate your viewing needs.

Our February 2019 auction is fairly special to us here at R. Maresch & Son as on February 28, 1924, my grandfather, Dr. Richard A. R. Maresch got his official license in Vienna Austria to sell stamps. We’re celebrating our 95th anniversary in the stamp business, and over 60 years holding auctions. On March 15, 1957, my father, W. H. P. (Bill) Maresch held our first Auction in Toronto. Dynamic Internet Bidding at StampAuctionNetwork.



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