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The other five sales in this series will offer the Deane R. Briggs collection of Florida in the Civil War, U.S. and Confederate States postal history, the Steven Walske collection of North American blockade run mail and French royal packet mail, U.S. stamps, and the Vaquero collection of U.S. essays and proofs.
The Isle of Man Post Office has added a hidden logo to its set of six stamps celebrating 300 years of English Freemasonry’s first Grand Lodge.
The artwork on the square or diamond-shape postmark shows a WWI-era biplane in flight with rocky peaks in the background. Three stars are featured in the upper point of the postmark.
Robert A. Siegel International Auction Galleries' Sale 1152 features an advanced worldwide estate collection cataloguing millions of dollars.
The purpose of stamps have shifted over the last few decades. Apfelbaum's latest blog highlights the changes in the global significance of stamps.
04/24/2017Treasures up for sale during six Robert Siegel auctions include Position 76 Jenny Invert The other five sales in this series will offer the Deane R. Briggs collection of Florida in the Civil War, U.S. and Confederate States postal history, the Steven Walske collection of North American blockade run mail and French royal packet mail, U.S. stamps, and the Vaquero collection of U.S. essays and proofs.
04/22/2017Finlandia 2017 souvenir sheet celebrates philatelist jeweler Agathon Faberge Collectors from more than 40 countries will participate in this exhibition, being held under Federation of European Philatelic Associations (FEPA) patronage and with International Federation of Philately (FIP) recognition.
04/21/20172012 Four Flag coil stamps counterfeited, rare Jefferson stamp heads to auction: Week’s Most Read In other top stories, we learn it took quite some time for John Jay, the first chief justice of the Supreme Court, to appear on a U.S. stamp, and a new Flag For All Seasons coil error was sold on eBay.
04/19/2017The fiery 1910 train crash behind a ‘Delayed in Wreck’ postal marking Unless there was major loss of human life, it’s frequently difficult to ferret out much information about an incident — and that’s if we’re lucky enough to have some sort of auxiliary marking connected with an event. Such is the case with the postcard illustrated nearby.