Tag: australia

September 13th, 2014

We are still adding plenty of stamps to our inventory.  Worthwhile Canada material, both mint and used is always being added.  British Empire and Commonwealth, very popular areas for us, have been added to extensively.  For these areas British Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand lead the way.  Mint and used stamps from France are also …

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May 16th, 2014

Part of the way into this month we may report a number of exciting additions to our inventory.  Starting with our mainstay of Canada the highlights include: better mint Admirals, various booklet panes, pre-cancels and many used examples of the 6¢ Large Queen.  An extensive British Commonwealth collection comprised almost exclusively of complete sets has …

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December 7th, 2013

In our continuing quest to add unusual and high quality material to our inventory, we select some of the more popular and, at times, challenging collecting areas upon which to focus our energies.  Kicking off this month we may report many new stamps in the areas of Canada mint coil strips of four, perforated Officials …

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May 4th, 2013

We begin this month with some additions to inventory which are not seen very frequently.  For the collector of British Empire we may report some interesting additions to Australian States as well as the British Caribbean area, with Barbados leading the charge.  We continue adding diligently to our inventory of French Southern and Antarctic Territories.  …

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Wonderful Wooltana – Weekly Feature #443

An ideal Squared Circle on piece tying a three penny Kangaroo first watermark olive bistre Die II, well-centred stamp to large piece, dated Nov. 17, 1915.  Piece has a small tear at the top and has a censor mark  ‘Passed’.  Scott catalogue for the stamp alone is $225.00.  We think this item is worth full …

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