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On Wednesday and Thursday, 10 & 11 August 2022, our 229th auction for stamps, coins and postal history will take place with an attractive offer of 3,172 lots of international philately and numismatics.
On both auction days (Wednesday, 10.08.2022 from lot 1583 & Thursday for all lots) you have the opportunity to bid live at the auction from the comfort of your own home or from any other location via the internet. To do so, register once on the internet auction platform www.philasearch.com or on our homepage www.karl-pfankuch.de.
For our 229th auction we have received many interesting and substantial consignments from a wide range of collecting areas from Germany to overseas. Among others, a gigantic general collection “Stamp booklets from all over the world” in more than 160 special albums, an old general collection “Germany and Europe 1840/1949” from the possession of a former factory owner from Limbach-Oberfrohna (divided by us according to countries), a museum-like almost complete collection of Gartmann chocolate collector’s cards in 27 original collector’s card albums (1900-1928), interesting postal history estates, special collections, extensive hoarding stocks, etc…
The single lot section includes over 1,460 lots of “Old Germany”, 225 lots of “German Colonies and Post Offices Abroad” with a very well developed stamp section, covers of postal history interest and stamp specialities.
Furthermore, the SBZ with over 120 lots, including absolute rarities such as the green-black Ost-Sachen no. 43 Ac in a pair with upper margin on collector’s cover, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania with a nice special offer “Stettiner Zipfel“, Westsachen with the rare colour printing error 164 AX Fb as well as many other good individual items and specialities from Germany, Europe and overseas.
The collection department comprises more than 550 lots, mostly untouched items, collections and estates, among them
numerous large lots as well as valuable coin collections, investment and collector coins from the 16th century onwards.
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