The sale kicks off on Tuesday at 10 A.M. George Washington stamp collectors will be in for a treat. Albania, Chinese, and French postage will also be offered.
Some 400 more lots will be offered. This batch will be strictly international pieces from places such as Germany, Great Britain, and British Commonwealth.
Day 2 of the sale features international lots from Greece, Iran, Italy, Poland, Romania, etc.
For the last installment of the sale, some large lot collections are made available. In additon, Eastern European countries such as Russia, Romania, and Ukraine are represented.
The final session of the sale starts with an array of Asian issues - including Japan and Korean issues.
Various U.S. rarities starting 1847 highlight this first session.
The Gummesson Grand Prix d´Honneur Collection Finland, part 3 is the big draw of this sale.
Collectors can expect a wide range of Scandinavian and international rarities including many small and large collections.
The last leg of the sale begins with some issues from various Spanish colonies, and also features some asian lots.
Day two of the sale begins with session three and another couple hundred stamps from all over Europe, as well as the Middle East.
This session begins shortly after the first, and will feature only world stamps. This expansive lot will cover various regions of the globe.
Session one of the two-day sale kicks off with an array of iconic stamps from the United States and Europe.
The fourth and final sessions will offer lots 1096-1474. Worldwide topicals make up a good chunk of this session. We also see a slew of stamps and covers from Southeast Asia - a region rich in both current and historical philately.