Stanley Gibbons Stamps and Postal History of the World on 6th September
Stanley Gibbons are again featuring Bermuda in their next auction sale on September 6th.
This latest offering continues the sale of an extensive collection that will be included in future auctions over the next year or two.
With over 100 lots on offer the earliest item is a 1664 document, interesting pre stamp and stampless postal history together with some very attractive stamped mail. The stamps section covers all periods with a great many large multiples, panes and part sheets on offer. The quality here is varied, there is toning of various degrees as to be expected with material stored on the Island for any length of time.
An extensive specialised Caravel collection is offered intact, a lovely group that would provide a great basis for expansion.
With many of the items offering good provenance, Ludington, Osborn etc. this sale represents a good opportunity for Bermuda specialists.
To be sure to receive future catalogues or for enquiries regarding the sale please contact Richard Watkins at email@example.comView Auction Lots
How to bid…
MEMBERS CANNOT BID ON THE SALE THROUGH THE BCS WEBSITE
In person: Members who wish to participate in the auction and are able to attend are invited to do so.
Commission bids: Can be placed with Stanley Gibbons in advance of the sale date.
Internet: Bidding will also be available via the internet using the the-saleroom.com service. You need to set up an account which takes 5 minutes.
Telephone bidding: It may also be possible to arrange for telephone bidding, subject to availability.
Auction agents: Have bids made on your behalf by an independent auction agent. See the auction catalogue for details.
Date: September 6th 2016
Start times: Morning Session starts at 10.00am and Afternoon Session not starting before 1.30pm
Location: Stanley Gibbons, 399 Strand, London, WC2R 0LX
Auctioneer: Stanley Gibbons Auctions
Lots: Over 100 Bermuda starting from Lot 72
Public viewing: Stanley Gibbons on Friday 2 September 09.30-16.30 and Monday 5 September 09:30-16:00