Cherrystone Auctions Announces Upcoming Auction Sale
Auction sale is to be held from June 13-14 at the company’s New York City galleries, and will feature 1,474 lots of rare postage stamps from around the world. Bids can be placed at the live auction, or online, via Cherryston’s website.
May 30, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Cherrystone Auctions, a prominent stamp auction house in New York City, will hold an upcoming auction from June 13-14 at its New York City galleries. Cherrystone states that the auction will feature a total of 1,474 lots of rare stamps, from numerous vendors and estates.
According to Cherrystone, the auction will feature stamps from all over the world, with stamps from each country being auctioned off in the following order: the bidding will begin with stamps from the United States, followed by stamps from Austria, then stamps from Belgium, then stamps from France (and colonies), after which will follow stamps from Germany (and colonies), followed by stamps from Italy, Liechtenstein, Poland, Russia, Spain, and Scandinavian countries.
Cherrystone announced that it is also offering an outstanding, intact collection of the first issue of Luxembourg, which will feature – among others – a unique combination cover and unused block of four Number One. Cherrystone is also highlighting its Great Britain and British Commonwealth stamps, which features Victoria and George V singles and sets. Cherrystone states that they will also be offering a noteworthy and specialized collection of Ethiopian stamps, as well as items pertaining to Ethiopian postal history. www.facebook.com/cherrystoneauctions/
Cherrystone also stated that, as always, stamps from South America, Asia, and the rest of the world will be richly represented. The auction will conclude with 100+ large lots and collections, which will range from single-country collections to multi-carton worldwide groups of stamps and covers. Cherrystone also noted that live internet bidding will be available through its website via its CherrystoneLIVE feature.
According to the company, CherrystoneLIVE is a “web-based bidding system designed to interact with a live public auction floor.” Pre-registration is required for anyone wishing to participate in a CherrystoneLIVE auction. Users who are interested in placing online bids can pre-register on the website. Further details can be found at www.cherrystoneauctions.com/howtobid.asp. A limited number of printed catalogs are available upon request.