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September 14-17 - Viewing for November International Sale at London's STAMPEX

September 14 - The Alan Collection of United States Stamps

September 15 - The Grant Inman Collection, Part 2: U.S. Officials

October 5 - The Peter Sharrer Collection of U.S. Classic Postal Markings

October 5 - The Grant Inman Collection, Part 3: U.S. First-Third Issue Revenues

October 6 - The Hanover Collection of U.S. Stamps, Part Two: 20th Century and Back-of-Book Issues

November 9 - U.S. Treasures of Philately from The Weinberg Inventory

November 10-11 - U.S. and Possessions, Featuring The Weinberg Inventory

November 15 - Worldwide Treasures from The Weinberg Inventory

November 16-17 - Worldwide Stamps and Covers, Featuring The Weinberg Inventory

November tba - U.S. 1851-56 Issues from The Gordon Eubanks Collection, sold to benefit The Smithonian National Postal Museum

Fall- Now accepting consignments for single-owner and general sales -

William Gross Switzerland CollectionSold for $4.5 Million
William Gross Switzerland Collection
Sold for $4.5 Million
France, 1870, 10c Bister on YellowishTete-Beche in block of nine(54a; Yvert 36b)To be Offered Fall 2016
France, 1870, 10c Bister on Yellowish
Tete-Beche in block of nine
(54a; Yvert 36b)
To be Offered Fall 2016
Newfoundland, 1919, 3c Red BrownHawker Air Post(C1; SG 142)To be Offered Fall 2016
Newfoundland, 1919, 3c Red Brown
Hawker Air Post
(C1; SG 142)
To be Offered Fall 2016
British Guiana, 1850, 8c Black on Green"Cotton Reel"(4; SG 4)To be Offered Fall 2016
British Guiana, 1850, 8c Black on Green
"Cotton Reel"
(4; SG 4)
To be Offered Fall 2016

Top Prices at Siegel International

The only surviving pair of the Barquitos Issue, sold by Siegel in 2008 for $661,250
The only surviving pair of the Barquitos Issue, sold by Siegel in 2008 for $661,250
The unique British Guiana One-Cent Magenta, sold by Siegel in 1980 for $850,000
The unique British Guiana One-Cent Magenta, sold by Siegel in 1980 for $850,000
Chile, 1854, 5c Lithograph (7a), the largest and finest of the three recorded Lithographed blocks and the only one known on cover, sold by Siegel in 2008 for $632,500
Chile, 1854, 5c Lithograph (7a), the largest and finest of the three recorded Lithographed blocks and the only one known on cover, sold by Siegel in 2008 for $632,500
France, 1849, 1fr Dull Orange Red on Yellowish Paper (8a; Yvert 7b), realized $86,250 in November 2013
France, 1849, 1fr Dull Orange Red on Yellowish Paper (8a; Yvert 7b), realized $86,250 in November 2013

Siegel Auction Galleries has been selling worldwide stamps since 1930. The Past Auctions section of our website contains several hundred auctions with Worldwide stamps. Among the many important auctions we have held are The Islander Collection of South America, The K.L. Collection of Classic Rarities, British Commonwealth offered on behalf of Johns Hopkins University, specialized auctions of Canada, Italian and German States, Classic France and French Colonies and many others. We hold several world record prices for Worldwide stamps. See the Past Highlights section of our website.

Siegel International is headed by Charles Shreve, a lifelong philatelist with 40 years of professional experience.

The Census section of our website maintains a comprehensive listing of every example of some of the rarest worldwide stamps.

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