This auction contains a large number of attractive options for clients looking for new interest, from well-developed collections, through to remaindered lots and other offerings that could form the nucleus for a new passion.
The auction includes beautiful single stamps, world-class rarities, exceptional postal history, and so on.
This sale concludes with an extensive not-to-... Read More
Prestige Philately is proud to present their first public auction devoted to the fascinating world of postal stationery. Offerings include the outstanding collections of Australian Postal Cards and Wrappers formed by Melbourne collectors John Sinfield and Mark Diserio respectively.
John Sinfield, probably the Number One collector of Australian postal stationery and one of Australia's... Read More
Our first general sale for 2014 is another well-balanced offering of fine stamps, proofs, covers, postal stationery etc.
British Empire collections are a strength of the miscellaneous section. An attractive range of photographs is followed by a strong offering of picture postcards, notably a collection of World War I humour cards offered by the album.
Australia features several... Read More
Perhaps surprisingly, this is the first major public auction in this country devoted to the stamps of South Australia. Michael Blake’s exceptional exhibit of the Perkins Bacon issues only was awarded a Large Gold Medal at Melbourne 2013, and was a candidate for the Grand Prix National.
In the relevant period South Australia issued more denominations than any... Read More
Public Auction 170 - Royal Navy Mail will be held on Friday 16th December 2011 at 3pm. The auction features Royal Navy Concession Rate Letters 1795-1903, the Large Gold Medal & Grand Prix winning exhibit formed by Gerald Ellott MNZM RDP of Auckland.
With more than 1000 lots there should be something for just about every philatelist, whether collector or dealer. The February sale includes the following highlights: Huge number of collections listed in the miscellaneous section and under specific countries. Useful ranges of Omnibus Issues, Thematics & Subjects, and .“Cinderellas”, plus Documents & Ephemera including autographs.... Read More
Our sale on 30th March 2012 is devoted to New Zealand, one of the great collecting countries, offering everything from an iconic Classic issue to important postal developments such as meters and advertising stamps. This auction includes the best array of Chalons we have ever offered, elusive Sidefaces, a fine collection of 1898 Pictorials, beautiful proofs of KEVII and KGV stamps, original... Read More
Our auction on 11th May is one of the best general sales we have ever produced, with a vast array of interesting material. The auction kicks off with a range of collections, followed by the “Scouting in Australia” collection of ardent lifetime scout, Ernie Stermole, of Melbourne. Commonwealth of Australia features a range of high quality Kangaroos, attractive KGV including a new discovery,... Read More
Australia - Victoria: the Collection & Gold Medal Exhibits formed by Les Molnar of St Catharine’s, Canada At Prestige Philately, we get a real kick from being able to present interesting collections that contain the rare, the significant, the beautiful, and the unusual. Les Molnar’s Victoria is all of that, and we are proud to present his collection as the next in our “Signature Series” of... Read More
Our August auction is another wide-ranging and interesting sale. It commences with a various collections, a handy selection of coins and banknotes, and picture postcards. Commonwealth of Australia features a small but attractive selection of Kangaroos. The KGV section includes the first mint example we have seen of the 1d violet (aniline) BW #76G, and a watermark error catalogued at $40,000. A... Read More