The Philatelic Expert - Legendary Collector #15 John N. Luff

Legendary Collector #15 – The Philatelic Expert John N. Luff

It is difficult to locate two more contrasting figures in the world of philately than the difference between our next Legendary Collector John N. Luff (1860 to 1938) and our last Arthur Hind. Whilst they inhabited the same golden philatelic era and even walked the...
1906 Olympic games

1916 Berlin Olympic Games: Homage to a dream that didn’t come true (part 1), by Manfred Bergman

It was with sadness that we learned of the passing of Manfred Bergman in July this year, whose enthusiasm and knowledge of Olympic philately and memorabilia was a guide and support for David Feldman and the company since David first settled in Geneva in 1973. Over the...
Arthur Hind (1856–1933)

Legendary Collector #14 – Philatelic Philistine Arthur Hind

If our last legendary collector was known for his genial, likable personality, and his benevolent spirit prompted him to be affectionately known as ‘Uncle Henry’, then our next heavyweight on the philatelic stage; Arthur Hind (1856–1933), a English textile...

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