Stamp Market Insights

Stamp Market Tips: Lebanon airmail set in demand Lebanon airmail set in demand
Lebanon — The market for Lebanese stamps remains strong in the United States and other areas of the Lebanese diaspora. (Read more...)

Bicentennial error in July 18-19 Dutch Country auction Bicentennial error in July 18-19 Dutch Country auction
In its July 18-19 auction, Dutch Country Auctions of Wilmington, Del., will offer a newly identified example of the 1976 24¢ Bicentennial souvenir sheet with the denomination inscriptions omitted on two stamps. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: Lebanese 1957 souvenir sheet Lebanese 1957 souvenir sheet
Lebanon — The Lebanese diaspora has grown exponentially in recent years thanks to the chaos in the Middle East. I (Read more...)

World Stamp Show-NY 2016 offers news update
The next international stamp exhibition in the United States, World Stamp Show-NY 2016, is now less than two years away. (Read more...)

German states material stolen
The American Stamp Dealers Association reports that stamps and covers have been stolen “from a returned shipment from expertization.” (Read more...)

Top U.S. classics sold by Bennett Top U.S. classics sold by Bennett
Matthew Bennett International offered U.S. and Canadian stamps May 12-13 in New York. The sale, filled with superlative items, was previewed in Linn’s May 12 issue. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: Uprgrade your Curtiss Jenny Upgrade your 1918 Jenny airmail
United States — The market for U.S. stamps, in general, remains stable, as it has been for several years. T (Read more...)

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...)

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