June Auctions

Sales: 122 & 123

Wednesday 13th – Thursday 14th June 2018 

Featuring the latest offering in our popular series of specialised sections of Falkland Islands & Antarctica, an important offering from the little known French Postal Agency in the Seychelles, the fine collection of Italian States formed by the late Robert Spalding and unusual sections of Olympic labels, Palestine and Zanzibar. The Great Britain sale features an exceptional offering of … Read more...


 

Autumn 2018 Auctions

BRITISH EMPIRE & FOREIGN COUNTRIES
19-20 September 2018

The first sale of our Autumn 2018 season will feature rare stamps, proofs and essays from the Gold Medal winning collection of Tasmania Pictorials formed by Malcolm Groom; a strong presentation of Pacific Islands including the award-winning collection of New Hebrides formed over 60 years by Jim Crompton; the extensive and specialised collection of Indian Feudatory States formed by R J Benns, Read more...

 

Sound Foundations

The Specialised Great Britain auction held over two days on April 11-12 achieved an unexpectedly high total of £826,648 with the return of a number of important buyers to the market. Whilst catalogue price adjustments, both upward and downward, are undoubtedly required in some areas, this pleasing overall pattern of results reflects a broad base of support that should provide a sound foundation for future growth in the Great Britain … Read more...

 

Great Britain Postage Stamps and Postal History

Sale number: 121

Wednesday 11th April 2018 at 2 pm

Thursday 12th April 2018 at 11 am and 2 pm

A fascinating specialised auction featuring a further offering of rare Essays, Proofs and Trials from the collection of Dr Peter Young, FRPSL, the Ken Statham Collection of 1d. red imprimaturs, the David Walker collection of King George V Controls and a strong presentation of Q.E.II issues with Machins and the … Read more...

 

Rare as Snow in Malaya

 

As the market undergoes a period of radical evolution, one that is being experienced at an accelerating rate, many previous assumptions about the stamp market are being questioned and re-examined. The traditional dual requirement of quality and rarity for the achievement of high realisations has, however, never been greater.

The British Empire & Foreign Countries auction held at GROSVENOR from February 28th to March 1st provided a fascinating global … Read more...