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Marcus Orsi, chief philatelist at David Feldman, speaking about the Famous Kobdo Cover.
David Feldman SA will be at the Autumn Stampex from September 17th to 20th at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London (pictured). Ricardo Verra will be available to meet you at our regular position on stand 10, and our…Continue reading
The Great Philatelic Collection dedicated to the part 4 of the Russian Post in the Chinese Empire Collection formed by Raymond Casey is now available for order. This part of the collection illustrates the postal history of the Russo-Japanese War…Continue reading
Nordisk Filateli published in the September’s issue a full article of 6 pages about the collection of John E. du Pont and the results of the auction which has been held on June 27, 2014 in Geneva. Read the full…Continue reading
The Italian philatelic magazine “L’arte del francobollo” published in the September’s issue an article about the results of the John E. du Pont auction which took place in June, 27 in Geneva. Read the full article (in italian) : “Faville…Continue reading
Marcus Orsi, chief philatelist at David Feldman, speaking about the record braking auction of British Guiana held in Geneva on June 27, 2014.
There are many airmail issues that have been offered or sold as “rare.” Examples include the 1925 25c on 10c “Black Honduras” (only 2 reported, one last sold at auction in 1994 for £104,500); the USA 24c “Inverted Jenny” (though…Continue reading
The final day was thankfully short, finishing at 3pm. In the blink of an eye we had our posters packed, Gems of Philately picked up, and were out of the door back to the hotel. Giving us ample time to…Continue reading
The quietest day of the show so far. The highlight being yet more gifts from the Philakorea staff including the best gift I have ever received at a stamp exhibition. It wasn’t the tooth brush and tooth paste. Nor the…Continue reading