Our traditional spring auction week held from Tuesday 12th to Friday 15th of June, saw great results.

Discover the highlights of the first and second days with Indian States and GB & British Empire here.

The third and fourth days, which saw Europe and collection lots going under the hammer, were well-attended by buyers in the room, as well as those online and on the phone from all over the world, which shows once again the real demand for fresh collections. Collections of France and Spain were especially fought over on Thursday and the results were excellent. Lot 31192, estimated € 12’000-20’000 is very representative of this high interest and sold after a fierce battle for € 48’000*.

Another area that stirred up passions among the bidders was Egypt, with some spectacular results such as lot 32106 that was estimated € 1’500 and sold for € 24’000* and lot 32233 estimated € 600 and sold for €19’200*

Some highlights of the Europe, Overseas and Olympic catalogue: 


Lot 32106Egypt 1927-37 Second Portrait £E1 deep green and deep brown, type II
Estimated EUR 1’500
Sold for EUR 24’000*

Lot 32233Egypt 1933 Airmails misperfed plate blocks
Estimated EUR 600
Sold for EUR 19’200*

David Feldman International Auctioneers are currently accepting consignments for their Autumn Auction week.

Our team of Philatelists is available for free valuations from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday at our office in Geneva and will travel around the world to meet new and old clients at exhibition or directly at you home.