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Just one of the interesting covers
offered this week!

Memel 1922 Airmails on registered cover to Austria

145 lots this week!

Another week, another great line-up of stamps and covers. Lots of highlights this week. We can only touch on a few in the list below. A leisurely browse will surely be worthwhile. We enjoy offering an eclectic mix each week, and we like to think that over our 28 years on ebay we have attracted a following that enjoys browsing our "weird and wonderful" list, just to see what's out there! It's all about the fun of collecting, right? Enjoy!

Check out these highlights:

  • Canada focuses on lots of unusual postal stationery, but adds a lovely 1938 50c Vancouver Harbour FDC,
  • also a selection of better Newfoundland and New Brunswick stamps,
  • more great sets of China PRC of the 1960s-70s,
  • we raided an RPO/TPO collection to post some unusual covers of Sudan, Egypt, German East Africa,
  • we broke up an entire 1953 QEII Coronation omnibus collection of mint blocks (mostly corner blocks) - broke it up into the premium items and a collection balance of 64 blocks - impressive!
  • lots of censored, military and occupation type covers from many countries - gotta look!
  • our large Maximum card collection continues to yield very seldom seen patriotic theme cards of the USA and other thematics of other countries,
  • some nice Japan souvenir sheets of the 1940s-50s
  • and as always, a great selection of eclectic stuff with lots of bargains!

Enjoy!

Auctions closing Saturday March 2, 2024

This Week's Page Index
Page 1   Albania to French Antarctic
Page 2   French Equatorial Africa(cont'd) to Netherlands Indies
Page 3   Netherlands Indies(cont'd) to US
Page 4   US (cont'd) to US
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More about our eBay auctions

Why do we auction our best covers? Over the years we have built up a long list of customers, many of whom collect the same things. We think making the best covers available to the highest bidder is the fairest way of deciding where they go.

"I don't like eBay, but I want some of your auction covers". We hear this from time to time. Usually, the not liking eBay means not liking searching through masses of listings -- and we sympathize with that!. With our auctions, you don't have to search. We present you with a neat list of this week's covers that is pleasant to browse. If you see something you want to bid on, the link will take you straight to the lot on eBay to place your bid-- it's no tougher than opening a Bid Sheet!

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