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this week on eBay

weekly auctions of better covers
usually 200-300 lots each week
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Just one of the interesting covers
offered this week!

Ascension 1937 KGV values on registered cover to England

177 lots this week!

This will be our last auction of 2018. We traditionally take the period from US Thanksgiving to Christmas away from ebay because we don't like mailing into the crush of Christmas mail. (We lost something every year when we did.)

177 lots this week. Some really unusual material, as well as many bargains!
Have a look at these highlights:

  • we continue breaking down a huge Maximum Card collection. More accent on foreign cards this week, but there are some US too.
  • Canada features a number of Kaulbach Island (Nova Scotia) local post FDCs
  • some nice France 1920s and 1930s covers including single usages
  • nice early Germany
  • a run of 1950s Italy Trieste AMG-FTT psotal cards
  • a lovely Ascension Island cover with KGV values (see our featured cover)
  • a large group of USA , including stampless, unusual FDCs, a Ronald and Nancy Reagan signed ship launch (USS California)
  • and lots more unusual material! Don't miss this week!

Enjoy your browse!

Auctions closing Friday November 16, 2018

This Week's Page Index
Page 1   Algeria to Canada
Page 2   Canada (cont'd) to Italy
Page 3   Italy (cont'd) to US
Page 4   US (cont'd) to US
Page 5   US (cont'd) to Yugoslavia
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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!

"I don't like dealing with eBay". When you are buying from us on eBay, you are not "dealing with eBay". That's just the place where your bids are recorded. At the end of the auction (if you are the high bidder), you will be dealing directly with us. You will get the same friendly emails notifying you of your win that you get from your Cover Box orders. We'll combine any other purchases for shipping and do whatever else we can to make adding to your collection easy -- whether it's from our weekly auctions, or from our fixed price listings.

"I am not registered on eBay". That's easily fixed! Go to eBay registration. Fill in the forms, and you will be registered! It only takes a few minutes. You will be able to bid immediately. Many of our customers started on eBay just so they could buy from our weekly auctions. Many of them never bought from anybody else through eBay for 6 or 12 months, until they got used to it and found a few other sellers they could trust too. Remember, when bidding on our lots, you are not dealing with eBay, you are dealing with us, through eBay.

"Can I get reminders of your weekly auctions?". Absolutely! Go to our Mailing List Page and subscribe for our "Weekly eBay auctions" mailing list. We'll send a weekly email with a brief commentary by Roy about this week's highlights and a link to this page.

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