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.
Cherrystone will offer lots 796-1095 to begin the second of final day of their two-day sale. Philately from the Middle East and African regions will be promient during this morning session. Postage from Greece, and areas of Eastern Europe will also be offered.
Lots 388-795 are offered - a big haul, indeed. This session includes hundreds of world philately, from Great Brtain to Turkey - and all they way down to Honduras.
Session one of the two-day sale kicks off with an array of Postmaster’s Provisionals, along with U.S. and Worldwide covers. There are 387 lots featured in session one.
Session 4 of Cherrystone's Auction 1704 features lots 1,169 through 1,587, which include items from Russia, Spain and Switzerland. It is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
Session 3 of Cherrystone's Auction 1704 features lots 772-1,168, which include items from the British Commonwealth, the Italian area, Poland and Romania. It is scheduled for 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
Session 2 of Cherrystone's Auction 1704 features lots 412-771, which include items from Germany and the German area, Great Britain, and the British Commonwealth. It is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
Session 1 of Cherrystone's Auction 1704 features lots 1-411, which include items from the United Staes, China, Colombia, France and Colonies. It is scheduled for 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
Session 4 of Cherrystone's Feb. 28-March 1 sale of U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Covers takes place at 1 p.m. March 1. The four-session sale contains 1,528 lots, including Part III of the Heinz Gappe (H.G.I Company) inventory of Flight and Zeppelin covers of the world, as well as properties of numerous vendors and estates sold by their order. There are selections of attractive United States and Western Europe including France, Germany, Italy and Colonies, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Scandinavia. Great Britain and British Commonwealth are well represented with many interesting flight covers from the Gappe holdings. Also featured is an important collection of Russia, with a special focus on Air Post including many rarities, errors and varieties.