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144 lots this week!
We have some interesting stuff lined up again this week. Check out the highlights below, but make a note to look for good selections of British Colonial covers with higher values, a great selection of US and Canada FDCs and selected stamps of Canada, Japan and China.
We are still not sure if this is going to be our last auction for the year, or if we just change things up a bit and go with smaller auctions to retain our presence on ebay, rather than disappearing for a month and half. We'll let you know next week what we decide.
Check out these highlights:
- Canada has a great selection of FDCs, including 1939 Royal Visits with some scarce cachets, and unusual 1950s FDCs. Also look for a nice selection of selected stamps, including 1897 Jubilees, 1930s high values and coil pairs,
- there are several British Commonwealth covers (Ceylon, Kenya etc) with KGVI high values on cover,
- some lovely Japan stamps of the early 1950s, especially souvenir sheets,
- strong US, especially 1930s (and earlier) FDCs, including a Byrd souvenir sheet, and a great selection of seldom seen New York Worlds Fair FDCs
- as always, lots of bargains to be had!
Auctions closing Saturday November 18, 2023
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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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