Our Postal Auction has now closed.30th August 2020 by Stuart Chandler
Thank you for your bids in our latest postal auction. The catalogue will reappear when the prices realised have been added. We hope you struck it lucky with some of your bids, but if not, remember we hold six auctions a year of interesting cards and related items so just keep looking and bidding.
Auction Jottings from our Auctioneer ….
I hope everyone is keeping well and that the lockdown is not proving too onerous. I have to say, like most of you, I am missing attending various fairs and meetings, and whilst I (and you) can bid by post or online in various auctions I do miss a day out looking at cards and meeting friends and fellow collectors.
And so on to the highlights this time. There were some Tiedemanns Walt Disney cards, a good selection of Taddy types, Donaldson Golden Series and Sports Favourites including the RARE Mannion card, Drapkin Baseball subjects, like our main featured image, Ogdens Beauties including the NEWLY DISCOVERED 99th subject (who will find us the 100th?), a near full set of Players Transvaal Series, a set of Sniders & Abrahams Australian Cricket Team and some Wills Animals and Birds in Fancy Costume like the one we show here.
Your website editor also noted that two cards of Salmon and Gluckstein “Great White City” had been entered, which were featured in a recent newsletter.
Yes another thrilling tale which this week includes cats, chewing gum, and cartophilic curiosities Our newsletters are written about cards, of course, but they are for everyone to read as open access and free of charge, you don't need to be a Soc
Heads up for a forthcoming football feast comprising almost 1500 lots, including trade cards, postcards etc. The catalogue is online at https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/staceys-auctioneers-and-valuers/catalogue-id-srsta10187
The Hants and Surrey Club are proud to present a postal auction ending on the 12th October to members of the Cartophilic Society. The catalogue appears in full on this post. Do note the vast majority of the material offered was graded by our much m