Stamp Market Insights

World Cup error sold by Grosvenor World Cup error sold by Grosvenor
In London, Grosvenor Auctions held a sale of specialized Great Britain stamps April 9. Modern British errors have been a popular field lately, with production flukes such as missing colors or perforations making for eye-catching items. (Read more...)

Siegel presents five auctions in three days Siegel presents five auctions in three days; sales include Pony Express, Jenny Invert
During a three-day stretch in the firm’s Rarities Week, Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries is presenting five very distinct sales. (Read more...)

Asian postal history, stamps sell in April Dynasty auction Asian postal history and stamps sell in April Dynasty auction
Dynasty Auctions, the Hong Kong arm of the Daniel F. Kelleher firm, held a series of sales April 11-13 that included the Michael Ruggiero collection of Japan. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: Ethiopia’s Victor Emmanuel III set Ethiopia’s Victor Emmanuel III set
Ethiopia — While the market for most Italian stamps of all periods remains generally sluggish, the same cannot be said of Italian colonies stamps. I (Read more...)

Scarce Two-Penny shade sells in Spink auction Scarce Two-Penny shade sells in Spink auction
Spink offered the Joanne and Edward Dauer collection of Great Britain April 14 in London. (Read more...)

British Guiana 1¢ Magenta goes on display British Guiana 1¢ Magenta goes on display before its June 17 return to the auction block
The unique British Guiana 1¢ black-on-magenta of 1856, billed as the “pinnacle of philately” and dreamed of by kings, industrialists and schoolchildren alike, is on public display at Sotheby’s New York City headquarters ahead of its June 17 single-lot offering. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: Buy Vintage Circus Posters pane Buy Vintage Circus Posters pane
United States— The text on the back of the Vintage Circus Posters pane of 16 issued May 5 reads in part, “These eye-popping early 20th-century posters showcased majestic elephants, fierce tigers, and colorful clowns, alongside acts such as acrobatic gymnasts, graceful wire dancers, and daring stuntmen.&r (Read more...)

Recent New York auction realizations Recent New York auction realizations
 Cherrystone Auctions held a sale of worldwide stamps and postal history April 29-30 in New York City. (Read more...)

Upright Jenny Invert stamp doesn’t sell Upright Jenny Invert stamp doesn’t sell
A single United States upright $2 Jenny Invert stamp cut from a pane of six did not sell during the May 21 Daniel F. Kelleher auction in Danbury, Conn. (Read more...)

Cherrystone auction offers CIA invert and more Cherrystone auction offers CIA invert, British rarity and more
Cherrystone Auctions will offer two modern United States invert errors during its June 10-11 public auction. (Read more...)

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