Our Spring 2011 Newsletter contains a number of exciting updates on events in the David Feldman World:
Click here to download the entire newsletter in PDF.
The overriding theme of the newsletter is that David Feldman has gone global!

  • David Feldman expands into Asia with the opening of its new office Hong Kong, under the leadership of Sam Chiu.
  • Our next auction takes place in New York on March 4, 2011 and represents an excellent opportunity for both collectors and investors in British North America & Canada. Not to be overlooked however is our New York auction of David Feldman’s renowned World Rarities & Important Collections. Click here for further details and online catalogues; we also invite you to view these lots on the Stamp Auction Network.
  • While busy with preparing our new Hong Office for its opening on March 1, Sam Chiu and his team are also busy inviting consignments of Asian material from everywhere for their first auction on May 14, 2011. As recent auction results have proven, Hong Kong is without a doubt the best location to sell your collections of Chinese and Asian material – call Sam on +852 9680 2423 for consignment instructions or contact us
  • Following the receipt of material for our Spring auction in Geneva (May 17-21, 2011), we have the opportunity to highlight consignments of auction material from Egypt & Middle East, French & Portuguese Colonies, and India via specialised catalogues. We are of course always on the look out for further consignments for our ever-popular All World & Collections sale. The consignment deadline for new material is February 28, 2011.
  • For the discerning collector or investor, David Feldman is honoured to be able to offer the renowned Gongvatana Collection of Stamps & Postal History of Classic Siam (Thailand) for sale via Private Treaty, acknowledged as the best collection of Thailand ever formed.
  • Other items to note:
    • Great Philatelic Collections (GPC) limited edition hardbound books, will be including new editions of Natal – Postal History (formed by Professor Keith Klugman) and Panama – Colombian State Period (formed by Alvaro Castro-Harrigan). Other GPC books are available via the following link: https://www.davidfeldman.com/l/1/m/7/contact/books
    • Karol Weyna adds his perspective on the “Big Dogs” of philately and the fact that Rarity never goes out of fashion.
    • We are constantly trying to provide our clients with tailored services and targeted communications that are an interest to you. As time moves on occasionally the information in our database no longer reflects your current collecting interests – please help us to remedy this by completing the following questionnaire.

For those of you visiting the Indipex 2011 exhibition in New Delhi, from February 12-18, 2011, please pass by booth no. 99,where both David Feldman and Marcus Orsi would be delighted to meet you in person.

Please look out for our next newsletter where we will be able to share further information concerning our new website and provide details of our May auctions in Geneva & Hong Kong.

The David Feldman team