Stamp Auctions

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Friday Aug 02, 2013 16:00 Australia/Sydney

At 5pm we are proud to present the exceptional collection of this underrated material formed by Sybrand Bakker from the Netherlands. 
This is certainly one of the finest and most extensive such collections ever formed and is sure to re-define the market. 
Highlights include major pieces from the proof sheets and trial sheets; probably the largest surviving blocks of the 2... Read More

Friday Aug 02, 2013 12:00 Australia/Sydney

At 1pm, our General Auction gets underway.  The Kangaroos feature very scarce used multiples, 1d monogram blocks, & a large-part sheet of the Third Wmk 1/- perf ‘OS’.  Highlights of the KGV Heads are a Perkins Bacon die proof & only the second example recorded of the Single Wmk 2d brown with the Watermark Inverted.  Other new discoveries are the Vic Centenary 2d with Double... Read More

Wednesday May 08, 2013 15:00 Australia/Sydney

This sale commences with a range of mixed lots, followed by the Cycling collection formed by stamp designer Graham Wade. Then we have a fascinating group of documents and ephemera including photographs and masonic paraphernalia. Next up are more than 3000 picture postcards, mostly from the extensive Australian holdings of the late Kevin Crotty from England.

Commonwealth of Australia... Read More

Wednesday May 08, 2013 12:00 Australia/Sydney

We are pleased to have been invited to prepare the collections formed by John Bell of Goulburn (NSW) for auction. John was a private man who had no interest whatsoever in exhibiting. His passion was research, and that caused him to acquire large quantities of the stamps in which he was most interested. His Diadems include the best array of major retouches we have seen. The Middle Period and... Read More

Tuesday May 07, 2013 15:00 Australia/Sydney

Based on recent auction results around the world, it is quite clear that stamps and covers of the Australian Colonies are experiencing something of a Renaissance. A steady flow of outstanding material has resulted in greater buyer interest, and fine results for vendors.

We are very pleased with how this sale has come together. Note that there are only very minor areas of overlap between... Read More

Friday Feb 22, 2013 17:00 Australia/Sydney

Prestige Philately is starting 2013 with a BANG!!  On Friday 22nd February, we are conducting not one but TWO public auctions.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA:  Apparently nobody in the Western Australia Study Group has previously heard of Trevor Hiscock.  Our catalogue has really put the cat among the pigeons.  Superb Classics, strong Middle Period, rare Specimens, and... Read More

Friday Feb 22, 2013 13:00 Australia/Sydney

Prestige Philately is starting 2013 with a BANG!!  On Friday 22nd February, we are conducting not one but TWO public auctions.

GENERAL AUCTION: Australian highlights are a number Kangaroo KGV and KGVI rarities; the best collection formed of commercial covers with 1956 Olympics postmarks; Monica Comrie’s World War II Northern Territory; and a few sensational postal... Read More

Friday Dec 07, 2012 13:00 Australia/Sydney

Auction #177 is our last sale for the year.  As usual, it is a wide-ranging offering with “something for everyone”.

As usual, we commence with a group of collections and miscellaneous lots including several very good opportunities.  Our “Thematics & Subjects” section is larger than usual, and features an array of unissued imperforate miniature sheets, followed by Max Shekleton’s... Read More

Friday Oct 12, 2012 12:00 Australia/Sydney

This is one of the most exciting sales we have ever had the pleasure of assembling.  From a fantastic array of almost 1500 Pacific Islands postcards from Don Welsh (the Fiji) and Max Shekleton, to the most important and extraordinary “original find” of proof material we have ever handled, this auction is full of superb rarities and  other desirable material... Read More

Friday Aug 17, 2012 02:00 Australia/Sydney

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