I wish they gave more of a heads up so I could save up for them (translation: I wouldn't live long enough to be able to afford some of what they speak LOL):
The Siegel firm is pleased to announce two sales at the end of March, filled with a diverse array of U.S. stamps and covers for collectors and dealers.
These two sales feature:
* United States Stamps & Postal History, March 30-31 (Sale 1232) – including essays and proofs, specialized 2¢ Black Jack and 1¢ 1869 Pictorial issues, gem-quality graded 19th and 20th Century stamps from a New York connoisseur, and a large offering of Carriers and Locals, featuring an important collection of Boyd's local post.
* The 24¢ Inverted Jenny, Mint NH PF Grade 85 (Position 77) from The Gerald Forsythe Collection and Historic William T. Robey Letters from the Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection (Sale 1233) – the Inverted Jenny is one of six Mint NH known and one of the finest from the sheet of 100; the Robey letters include the only known letter signed by Robey announcing his discovery of the invert sheet.
SIEGEL SALES ARE NO LONGER LISTED AT STAMP AUCTION NETWORK. ABSENTEE AND LIVE BIDDING ARE NOW AVAILABLE DIRECTLY FROM THE SIEGEL WEBSITE.
If you have not already registered and bid using our new system, please register to before the first sale day.
If you have any questions, please call 212-753-6421 or email us at email@example.com