POSTAL AUCTION 134 ON-LINE NOW CLOSING FRIDAY 29TH DECEMBER 2017
NEW EBAY LOTS ALSO CURRENTLY ON-LINE - AUCTIONS ENDING SUNDAY 17TH DECEMBER 2017
Postal Auction 134 consisting of 2502 lots is scheduled for Friday, 29th December 2017. It now appears in full on-line with the overwhelming majority of lots benefitting from high resolution enlarged scanned images. Simply click "View Sale" at the top of this page to commence viewing.
It is no exaggeration to say this is a very exciting sale featuring many scarce varieties, extensive & superb fine used material & an incredible recently uncovered hoard of early Brunei in large multiples or complete unmounted mint sheets (including the 1922 Malaya-Borneo Exhibition set in full sheets). Other sections of note include Ascension with two very rare errors including a very recent discovery, all periods Bermuda (204 lots), habitually strong Falkland Islands & Dependencies (366 lots), Leeward Islands, Malta, New Zealand, Rhodesia featuring Double Heads & Admirals (255 lots), the Saints with St Vincent in particular and the best section of Zanzibar we have offered for a considerable time from lovely Indian forerunners. In addition to these sections virtually every Commonwealth country is represented to some extent.
We also have 168 new Ebay lots on-line. To access a full list of our lots which include some interesting early Commonwealth ranges & better single items, simply click on the link below:
Principality Auctions is one of the leading philatelic postal auctions in the United Kingdom. Based in Alnwick, Northumberland we hold regular auctions of 2,500+ all world lots with a strong focus on fine material from the British Empire.
Our website is designed as a resource to bring our auctions to a worldwide audience. We place the highest possible premium on the honesty and integrity of our descriptions. A desire to offer a wide range of interesting material in very fine condition is our core aim.
It is important to stress that this is not an "on-line" or "interactive" auction. Our auction operates on the basis of a designated closing date by which time all bids must be received. Lots are then allocated on the basis of the highest bid received at the close of sale. To convert our sales into an on-line stamp auction would have effectively disenfranchised many of our long-standing customers who receive our traditional printed catalogues and who do not necessarily possess internet access.
The site has been designed on simple lines in order to allow easy and comprehensive viewing of our sales. The best way to navigate the site is through means of the "Keyword Search" at the top right of this page. For instance, if you are a collector of Fiji, simply entering that country name in the Search box will take you automatically to all items of potential interest to you. It is equally easy to bid by means of our on-line Bid Form which can be accessed via any lot in the sale.
We very much hope you find the site of interest and value. We are extremely eager to receive feedback and would welcome any suggestions as to how we may offer the most effective service to our customers.