NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO CONSIGN
Deadline: JUNE 15, 2012
Our next Geneva Auction Series which will be held in September will offer a fantastic gathering of stamps and covers from:
Please contact us today if you wish to take advantage of the opportunity to participate in this auction.
Save your collecting interests
Knowledge of the collecting interests of our clientele is fundamental to the success of our business and our ability to provide clients with the personalised services that they deserve.
Via our improved internet interface, you are now able to manage your collecting interests and topics by accessing your personal account.
For those who have no David Feldman account on our website, we strongly suggest that you create one; in addition to updating your centres of interest, you will also be able to view items in our online shop, register your written bids before an auction and most importantly participate in live bidding during the auction. Others services will be added in the coming months.
Click here to register or sign in and update your collecting interests.
Two new Great Philatelic Collections publications
The First Issues as a State of Colombia & their Forerunners
1807-1892 formed by Alvaro Castro-Harrigan
|Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia)
1655-1870 formed by Tay Peng Hian, RDP, FRPSL
These two new books can be ordered on our online shop. by clicking directly on the images.
Meet our philatelists in Paris or Jakarta
“Planète Timbre” in Paris – June 9-17
David Feldman S.A. will be honored to show World Rarities in the “Pavillon des trésors” where the exhibition will focus on the history of the post.
Our philatelist Gael Caron will be also available to meet you.
Please call him on 0041 22 727 07 77 to make an appointment.
“INDONESIA 2012” in Jakarta – June 18-24
David Feldman will be personally presenting “Philatelic Gems of the World” at the Worldwide Stamp Championship’s Court of Honor.
Please contact us today if you would like to arrange an appointment with David during the show or directly at [email protected]
Stories of Rare and Famous Stamps
Every month, we will be sharing with you extracts from the L.N Williams Encyclopedia of Rare and Famous Stamps.
The first article in the series is the story of the “Cottonreels” of British Guiana