Sale #54


Jul 01, 2014 Europe/London

UPA UPA Sale #54

Tuesday Jul 01, 2014 16:00 Europe/London
Continuing 14 years tradition of their Unique Reducing Estimate Auctions PLUS No Buyer’s Premium Universal Philatelic Auctions (UPA) presents one of their most valuable ever 19,918 lot 54th mail-bid sale closing Tuesday 1st July 2014.
In keeping with previous auctions ALL lots estimate GBP£1,000+ (US$1,600+) will be offered LIVE online at 5pm (UK time) Wednesday 2nd July 2014. ‘Live’ bidders for £1,000+ GBP estimate lots now benefit by no charge for bidding ‘live’ online.
The sale offers 19,918 lots to the value of £1,310 GBP ($2,184,000 USD) comprising worldwide Collections, Sets, Singles, Covers, Proofs, High Values, Rarities, Topicals, FEO etc ... from the broadest range of regions including high quality classic Great Britain, British Empire, British Africa, British North America, India, Europe, British Asia, Asia with China, US and much more. Highlights once again include remarkable Great Britain and Empire, but this time good China, strong German Colonies, French Colonies and Italian Colonies.
There are No Buyer’s Premiums plus all lots covered by their 28 day Total Guarantee. UPA prides itself on offering unique material that Collectors may not be able to source elsewhere and all with their unique reducing estimate system.
With No Buyer’s Premium 1,650+ regular bidders stay with UPA saving up to 25% OFF – which is why UPA can offer new winning bidders a free trial of 1st £54 GBP OFF ($90 USD)**. Please start now 
(** Offer restricted to bidders in UK, EU, USA, Australia, Canada & New Zealand)
Bidding stops at 5pm (UK time) Tuesday 1st July
Please note that ALL lots are automatically reserved at 80% of the estimate prices shown.
Bids below this level will be respectfully declined.
Live auction of 118 of the most valuable lots from estimate £1,000 GBP upwards – Wednesday 2nd July 2014, 5pm (UK time) via

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