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  • Prices RealisedNovember 29 - December 3, 2005

    David Feldmanworld leading stamp auctioneers

    www.davidfeldman.com

    The latest David Feldman SA series of auctions (held November 29 December 3) brought

    spirited bidding from clients present in the room, whether in person, over telephone links, by

    agents, or (importantly) over the internet. In a week of auctions that combined specialised

    collections (from Persia to Switzerland, Australian States to Greece, Egypt to Classic postal history

    worldwide), the trend was clear: material fresh to the marketplace was in high demand, and the

    prices reflected this.

    Several sections doubled or trebled the pre-sale estimates overall, and individual

    lots throughout the sale often soared to astonishing levels.

    Next auctions

    Washington - May 31, Geneva - June 7-11,

    2006

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    Greece The Collection Part VIIGrand Prix Egypt

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    All World & Collections

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    Rarities & Collections of the World

  • Autumn2005Auctions:AFirmMarket,StrongResults

    The latest David Feldman SA series of auctions (held November 29 December 3) brought spirited bidding from clients present in the room, whether in person, over telephone links, by agents, or (importantly) over the internet. In a week of auctions that combined specialised collections (from Persia to Switzerland, Australian States to Greece, Egypt to Classic postal history worldwide), the trend was clear: material fresh to the marketplace was in high demand, and the prices reflected this.

    Persia (featuring the Hassan Shaida postmarks collection) started things off on Tuesday, and attracted intense com-petition both in the room and over the internet, including numerous lots fought over by bidders in Iran and in the USA (the Iranians usually won), and nearly every lot far exceeded its pre-auction estimate.

    The first portion of the famous "Nile" Collection of Egypt postal history saw several outstanding realisations as well, and the same was true of rare and aesthetically pleasing items from throughout the Middle East.

    "The Collection VI" of Large Hermes Heads brought together a special sales room in Athens with the auction room in Geneva, and the results continued the strong results of previous portions of this fabulous collection.

    Europe & Colonies, offered on Thursday, saw fantastic results for First Issue covers, matched or exceeded by similar material in the Overseas portion of the auction. France & Colonies sold well, as did Italy and particularly Italian States.

    Among the Overseas lots, Latin America was one of the strongest portions of the sale (including in the Collections sessions) as important stamps and covers (many of which had not been on the market in 40 years) brought outstanding levels from collectors world-wide. Asian material, including early covers of China, Japan and Korea, was strong (as these Prices Realised will attest).

    British Commonwealth, offered Friday, included a strong showing of Australian States postal history, and bids came fast and furious from the internet, the telephone, the mail and from bidders in a linked sales room in Melbourne, where the participants could hear what was going on in Geneva and bid in "real time."

    A special session of Switzerland, offered in its own spe-cial catalogue as the last part of the auction on Saturday evening, brought collectors and dealers from both the French and the German speaking parts of the country for a feast of rare stamps and covers.

    Friday evening's offer of the "Rarities of the World" portion of the auction included the Richard Shaefer collection of Switzerland Combination Covers with stamps of other countries (which brought some strong bids from collectors of countries other than Switzerland). Among the many highlights of the "Rarities" sale was an important collection of Foreign Offices in Egypt postal history, sold as one lot (see Prices Realised for Lot 60002).

    The Collections, Lots & Estates sessions, which comprised the Saturday day-time auction, featured numerous lots rich with nice stamps or interesting covers from several dealer stocks, and brought fierce action in the auction room, as lot after lot soared to multiples of the pre-auction estimates. Even here, the internet was a factor with numerous bidders "logged in" and bidding (and sometimes succeeding against strong floor competition).

    In fact, the internet was so much a presence through-out the week that some commented that this ready connection from anywhere in the world would have been sorely missed had it been absent. Well over 200 bidders from nearly 40 countries were able to participate, hear the live audio and take part, and thus win as many lots as if they had been present in the auction room for indeed they were, in real time!

    David Feldman, chairman of the company, commented, "Collectors should take advantage of the strong market for fresh material, choice classics and interesting covers. With every auction, we see an almost insatiable demand, particularly for nice collections offered intact, which often sell for more than they would have if broken down. Of course, 'showpiece' items from every area, which appeal to both connoisseurs and exhibitors, are always strong, as are truly rare items regardless of price levels."

    The next David Feldman SA auctions are set for Washington DC in May 2006 (a special auction of Rarities including exceptional collections offered as single lots) and for Geneva in early June. Consignments for these sales close at the end of February 2006, and the staff at David Feldman SA invite anyone who would like to take advantage of their outstanding catalogues, friendly serv-ice and inviting terms to contact the company today (by mail, phone, internet, fax or in person).

    Please contact: David Feldman SA, P.O. Box 81, 1213 Onex, Geneva, Switzerland. Telephone: +41 (22) 727 0777; Fax +41 (22) 727 0778; e-mail admin@davidfeldman.comWeb site: www.davidfeldman.com

    Dec2005

    David Feldman November - December 2005 Auctions - Geneva, Switzerland

  • PRICES REALISED (CHF)David Feldman SA Geneva,Dec,2005

    Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result

    Prices do not include buyers premium and chargesLots not included in this list were either withdrawn or did not bring a bid

    Prices may include lots bought back under reserve

    GREECE

    10000 200010001 8500

    10002 30010003 65010004 5510005 7510006 650010007 55010008 70010009 28010010 46010011 60010013 110010015 160010018 650010019 750010020 24010021 85010022 10010023 1100

    10024 60010025 38010026 1800

    10028 3800010029 140010030 150010031 70010032 1800

    10033 36010034 35010035 1700010036 80010037 42010038 2400010039 950010040 440010041 500010043 440010044 12000010045 220010046 1800010047 15010048 200010049 34010050 95010051 480

    10052 40010053 60010054 1000

    10055 38010056 850010057 36010058 46010059 280010060 200010061 130010062 26010063 85010064 13500010065 20010066 2200010068 14010069 26010070 160010073 320010075 100010076 50010077 55010078 22010080 1100

    10081 75010082 50010083 600010084 240010085 440

    10086 18010087 30010088 55010089 360010090 85010091 36010093 14010094 380010095 1200010096 90010097 40010098 12010099 2200010101 90010102 180010103 360010104 800010105 95010106 50010107 60010108 350

    10109 40010110 65010111 18010112 190010113 1400

    10114 22010116 110010118 95010119 500

    10120 1200010122 110010123 60010124 6500010125 360

    10126 26010127 30010128 140010129 650

    10130 46010132 38010133 36010134 30010135 70010136 34010137 300010138 550010139 42010141 34010142 200010144 40010145 28010146 10010147 180010148 60010149 19010150 38010151 55010152 36010153 380010155 44010156 22010157 300010158 180010159 75010160 220010161 120010162 110010163 200010164 2000010165 110010166 40010167 40010168 120010169 65010170 32010171 360

    10001 Est. 5000 Result 10073

    10028 Est. 30000 Result 45030

    10044 Est. 80000 Result 142200

    10056 Est. 3600 Result 10073

    10095 Est. 4000 Result 14220

  • PRICES REALISED (CHF)David Feldman SA Geneva,Dec,2005

    Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result Lot Result

    Prices do not include buyers premium and chargesLots not included in this list were either withdrawn or did not bring a bidPrices may include lots bought back under reserve

    10172 150010173 48010174 110010175 600010177 400010178 90010179 110010180 24010181 95010182 700010183 55010184 500010185 750

    10187 360010190 440010191 850010192 550010193 180010194 260010195 120010196 180010198 750010199 36010