Stamp Market Insights

Jim Linker celebrates 50 years as a stamp dealer
Jim Linker, proprietor of Link Stamp Co. in Columbus, Ohio, marked 50 years as a stamp dealer Jan. 1. (Read more...)

Many stamp societies make their journals available online Many stamp societies make their journals available online
Most stamp societies publish journals or newsletters for their members. These publications are often available online. (Read more...)

Brigham auction March 6-7 offers Admirals Brigham auction March 6-7 offers Admirals
The ongoing series of auctions offering items from the Brigham collection of Canada will continue with a fourth sale featuring the 1911-31 Admiral issue. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: Haiti sheet difficult to find Stamp Market Tips: Haiti sheet difficult to find
Haiti — Haiti is the second oldest republic in the Western Hemisphere after the United States. It occupies roughly the western third of the island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean Sea. (Read more...)

Auction Roundup: Worldwide rarities change hands at record prices in end-of-year sales Auction Roundup: Worldwide rarities change hands at record prices in end-of-year sales
The firm of David Feldman held its autumn auction series in Geneva Dec. 1-6, 2014. The six-day event was Feldman’s 18th Rarities of the World showcase, with notable collections of Russia, Israel, Zanzibar and the British Empire. (Read more...)

Jenny Invert to be auctioned in Siegel sale of Curtis collection Jenny Invert to be auctioned in Siegel sale of Curtis collection
An example of the classic American airmail error that inspired a modern-day look-alike is about to go up for auction. (Read more...)

Matthew Bennett’s Feb. 25 auction includes U.S. used rarities Matthew Bennett’s Feb. 25 auction includes U.S. used rarities
Matthew Bennett International will hold a public auction of United States stamps and postal history Feb. 25 at the New Yorker Hotel, 481 8th Ave., in New York City. (Read more...)

Dutch Country to auction newly found 1851 type I rarity Dutch Country to auction newly found 1851 type I rarity
The upcoming March sale by Dutch Country Auctions will offer a recently discovered used horizontal strip of three that includes United States Scott 5, the elusive imperforate 1851 1¢ blue Franklin type I stamp (Read more...)

World Stamp Show-NY 2016 expands donor categories
A new “Liberty Platinum” category for donations between $2,501 and $9,999 has been added to World Stamp Show-NY 2016’s list of membership levels. (Read more...)

 Filstrup cover hammered down for $37,375 Filstrup cover hammered down for $37,375
On Dec. 15, 2014, Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries in New York offered the George J (Read more...)

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