Name Sales

Auctions Caspary Dale Lilly Ferrary
Auction Ferrari Catalogues 2
Auction Ferrari Catalogues 1
Auction Arthur Hind Catalogue US British Empire
Auction Arthur Hind Catalogues
Auction Sothebys British Guiana Jun2014

Charles J. Phillips and William C. Kennett. The Postage Stamp Collection of the Late Arthur Hind of Utica, N.Y. Catalogue. British Empire. New York: Charles J. Phillips and William C. Kennett, 1934
150 pp + (10) p. 269 x 192 mm. Perfect Bound with Grey Card Covers. Lot Nos. 1-3506. Sale scheduled to be held 31 Mar, 2-9 Apr 1934. This volume contains only the Catalogue pertaining to the sale. The sale never took place and had to be cancelled as H. R. Harmer purchased the British Empire and Foreign parts of the Hind Collection from the executors of his estate for $450,000.

———. The Postage Stamp Collection of the Late Arthur Hind of Utica, N.Y. Catalogue. United States Including the Confederate States. New York: Charles J. Phillips and William C. Kennett, 1933
109 pp + (3) p. 269 x 194 mm. Perfect Bound with Light Yellow Card Covers. Lot Nos. 1-1653. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale held 20-24 Nov 1933. This volume contains only the Catalogue pertaining to the sale.

———. The Postage Stamp Collection of the Late Arthur Hind of Utica, N.Y. Plates. British Empire. New York: Charles J. Phillips and William C. Kennett, 1934
60 plates unbound contained within Grey Card Covers. 269 x 192 mm. Lot Nos. 1-3506. Sale scheduled to be held 31 Mar, 2-9 Apr 1934. This volume contains only the Plates pertaining to the sale. The sale never took place and had to be cancelled as H. R. Harmer purchased the British Empire and Foreign parts of the Hind Collection from the executors of his estate for $450,000.

———. The Postage Stamp Collection of the Late Arthur Hind of Utica, N.Y. Plates. United States Including the Confederate States. New York: Charles J. Phillips and William C. Kennett, 1933
49 plates unbound contained within Light Yellow Card Covers. 269 x 194 mm. Sale held 20-24 Nov 1933. This volume contains only the Plates pertaining to the sale.

Christie’s Robson Lowe. Covers of the World: The Milo D. Rowell Collection. Sale No. 4830. London: Christie’s Robson Lowe, 1992
133 + (15) pp. 267 x 211 mm. Perfect Bound in Light Yellow Card Covers. Prices Realised. Sale held 28 Oct 1992.

Christie’s-Robson Lowe. Manuscript Postal Markings of the World: The T. V. Roberts Collection. Sale No. 8237. London: Christie’s-Robson Lowe, 1989
80 + (4) pp. 255 x 200 mm. Staple Bound with Cream Card Covers. Lot Nos. 2001-2434. Prices Realised. Sale held 26 Apr 1989.

Corinphila Auktionen. Nepal: Classic Issues and Postal History. The Dr. Wolfgang C. Hellrigl International Large Gold Medal Collection. Sale No. 206. Zurich: Corinphila Auktionen AG, 2016
76 pp. 269 x 207 mm. Hard Bound in Black Cloth. DJ. Lot Nos. 3001-3207. Prices Realised (Photocopy). Bid Form. Sale held 15 Jun 2016.

David Feldman. Combination Covers of the World. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1997
(8) + 230 + (10) pp. 275 x 195 mm. Perfect Bound with Maroon Card Covers. Lot Nos 20001-21417. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale held 16-21 Nov 1997. This catalogue includes the Right Livelihood Collection of Combination Covers of the World formed by Baron Jakon von Uexkull.

———. Mauritius: Classic Postage Stamps and Postal History. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1993
204 pp. 281 x 201 mm. Hard Bound in Blue Velvet with gilt lettering on front cover and spine. No DJ issued. Blue Slipcase common with Mauritius: Supplement to Auction Catalogue. Lot Nos. 1-452. Prices Realised (photocopy). Sale held 3 Nov 1993. This sale includes the entire collection formed by Hiroyuki Kanai.

———. Mauritius Post Office: The Bombay Cover. The Quintessence of Philatelic Superlativeness. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 2016
78 + (10) pp. 275 x 195 mm. Perfect Bound with Multi-coloured Card Covers. Lot No. 7. Prices Realised (photocopy). Sale held 1 Dec 2016. This catalogue includes a foreword by Helen Morgan, text of the Bombay letter, and updated Biographies of the “Post Office” Issue.

———. Mauritius Post Office: The Printing Plate. The Greatest Philatelic Treasury Existing. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 2016
63 + (13) pp. 275 x 195 mm. Perfect Bound with Multi-coloured Card Covers. Lot Nos. 1-6. Prices Realised (photocopy). Sale held 1 Dec 2016. This catalogue includes a foreword by Helen Morgan, an article on the Printing Plate by David R. Beech, and an article on the Re-discovery of the Plate by Alex Porter (ed.).

———. Mauritius: Supplement to Auction Catalogue. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1993
92 pp. 280 x 201 mm. Perfect Bound with Blue Card Covers with gilt lettering on front cover. Blue Slipcase common with Mauritius: Classic Postage Stamps and Postal History. This book is an Introduction to the Kanai Collection with Supporting Documentation.

———. Mauritius: The Ball Invitation Envelope. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1997
(2) + 22 pp. 305 x 214 mm. Hard Bound in Maroon Velvet. No DJ issued. Lot Nos. 2. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale held 20 Nov 1997.

———. Scandinavia (Including the John Ahlström Sweden). Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1990
(2) + 34 pp + (32) pp. 195 x 174 mm. Perfect Bound with Red Card Covers. Lot No. 20215-20775. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale held 19 May 1990. The sale includes Sweden’s unique “Treskilling” Yellow, one of the most valuable stamps in the world.

———. The Courvoisier Archive. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 2007
188 + (10) pp. 276 x 197 mm. Perfect Bound with Blue and White Card Covers. Gilt all edges. Lot Nos. 10000-10301. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale Held 20 Apr 2007.

———. The “Treskilling” Yellow: The World’s Most Valuable Stamp. Geneva: David Feldman SA, 1996
32 pp. 291 x 207 mm. Hard Bound in Yellow Boards. No DJ issued. Lot No. 1. Prices Realised Wanting. Sale held 8 Nov 1996.

E. Luder-Edelmann. „Ferrari“. XIIte Briefmarken-Versteigerung. XIIéme Venye Aux Enchéres. Zurich: E. Luder-Edelmann & Co., 1929
288 pp. 245 x 173 mm. Hard Bound in Half Black Cloth and Marbled Boards; originally issued in Brown and Grey Card Covers. Lot Nos. 1-8825. Sale held 15-26 Apr 1929. Text in German. Edition of 12,000 copies. This volume only contains the Catalogue pertaining to the sale. Lots 5001-7249 contain the Ferrari Greece collection.

———. „Ferrari“. XIIte Briefmarken-Versteigerung. XIIéme Venye Aux Enchéres. Zurich: E. Luder-Edelmann & Co., 1929
(1) pp + (1) p + 198 pp of plates, 24 pp of Prices Realised bound in. 237 x 160 mm. Hard Bound in Half Black Cloth and Marbled Boards; originally issued in Brown and Grey Card Covers. Sale held 15-26 Apr 1929. This volume contains the Plates and Prices Realised pertaining to the sale. The latter priced at FR. (Swiss) 5 and hence much rarer than the catalogue or plates. Lots 5001-7249 contain the Ferrari Greece collection.

H. R. Harmer. Catalogues and List of Prices Realised of the “Arthur Hind” Collection of Empire Postage Stamps. London: H. R. Harmer, 1934
In sections. 242 x 182 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Quarter Red Leather and Red Cloth with Marbled endpapers and gilt lettering on spine. Gilt top edge. Prices Realised. Sales held Apr – Jul 1934. This volume contains Sale Nos. 1 (Great Britain, European Colonies, and British North America), 2 (British Possessions in West Indies and Central and South America), 3 (British Possessions in Asia and including India and States), 4 (British Possessions in Africa and including Mauritius), and 5 (Australia and Oceanic Possessions). No date but likely 1934.

———. Catalogues and List of Prices Realised of the “Arthur Hind” Collection of Foreign Postage Stamps. London: H. R. Harmer, 1935
In sections. 241 x 182 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Half Green Leather and Green Cloth with Marbled endpapers and gilt lettering on spine. Gilt top edge. Prices Realised. Sales held Oct  1934 and Jun 1935. This volume contains Sale Nos. 6 (France, Post Offices and Colonies), 7 (Northern European Countries and Possessions), 8 (Southern European Countries and Possessions), 9 (Spain and Colonies), 10 (Asia and Africa), and 11 (Central and South America, Cuba, Philippine Islands, Porto Rico and Hawaiian Islands). No date but likely 1935.

———. The Alfred H. Caspary Collection. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1955
16 pp. 239 x 173 mm. Staple Bound with White Card Covers. The prospectus for the auction of the The Alfred H. Caspary Collection.

———. The Caspary Collection: British Commonwealth. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1959
Unpaginated and in sections. 245 x 168 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Vermillion Cloth with gilt lettering on front spine. Prices Realised. Sales held Oct 1956 – Oct 1958. This volume contains Sale Nos. 5 (British North America), 9 (British West Indies), 12 (Possessions in Europe, Asia and Africa), and 15 (Oceania). No date but likely 1959.

———. The Caspary Collection: Foreign Countries. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1959
Unpaginated and in sections. 245 x 168 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Green Cloth with gilt lettering on front spine. Prices Realised. Sales held Apr 1956 – Oct 1958. This volume contains Sale Nos. 4 (Old German States Part One), 7 (Old Italian States Part One), 11 (Europe Part One), 13 (Europe Part Two), 14 (Latin America), and 16 (Asia chiefly Japan). No date but likely 1959.

———. The Caspary Collection: United States. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1959
Unpaginated and in sections. 245 x 168 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Blue Cloth with gilt lettering on front spine. Prices Realised. Sales held Nov 1955 – Oct 1957. This volume contains Sale Nos. 1 (Postmasters’ Provisionals), 2 (General Issues Part One), 3 (Postmasters’ Provisionals of the Confederate States of America), 6 (General Issues), 8 (Carriers and Local Posts), and 10 (Hawaiian Islands and General Issues of The Confederate States). No date but likely 1959.

———. The Dale Collections: British (Except B. N. A.) South America. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1971
Unpaginated and in sections. 231 x 172 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Green Cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Prices Realised. Sales held Oct 1968 – May 1970. This volume contains Sale Nos. 1 (Mauritius Part One), 3 (Great Britain and British Guiana), 4 (Ceylon and India), 6 (Mauritius Part Two), 8 (Mauritius Part Three), and 9 (South America: Mexico etc). No date but likely 1971.

———. The Dale Collections: British North America. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1971
Unpaginated and in sections. 231 x 172 mm. Hard Bound in (house binding) in Maroon Cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Prices Realised. Sales held Nov 1968 – Dec 1970. This volume contains Sale Nos. 2 (British North America Part One), 5 (British North America Part Two), 7 (British North America Part Three), 10 (Canada), 11 (British North America, Great Britain, British Guiana, Ceylon, India, Mauritius, South America, Mexico, etc). No date but likely 1971.

———. The Louise Boyd Dale and Alfred F. Lichtenstein Collections. New York: H. R. Harmer, Inc., 1968
22 pp. 228 x 152 mm. Staple Bound with Pink Card Covers. The prospectus for the auction of the The Louise Boyd Dale and Alfred F. Lichtenstein Collections
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Harmers Auctions SA. The 2nd May Cover. Lugano: Harmers Auctions SA, 1991
(1) pp + (1) p + (1) pp + (1) p + (2) pp, (3) plates bound in of which (1) is double sized and folded. 176 x 195 mm. Hard Bound in Deep Blue Cloth with gilt lettering on front covers. No DJ issued. Auction held 23 Mar 1991.

Melville, Fred.[erick] J[ohn]. The Mayfair Find of Rare Stamps. London: H. R. Harmer, 1925
xlvi + (1) pp + (1) p + 44 pp + (4) p, (12) plates of collotype illustrations in back pocket. 302 x 272 mm. Hard Bound in Red Cloth with gilt lettering on front cover.

M.G. Gilbert. Catalogue des Timbres-Poste composant la collection de M. Ferrari de la Renotiere. Vol. I. III vols. Paris: M.G. Gilbert, n.d.
Unpaginated and in sections with all plates. 248 x 165 mm. Hard Bound in Quarter Black Leather and Marbled Boards with gilt lettering on spine. No Prices Realised. Contains auctions nos. I to IV (4 of 14) of 1921-22.

———. Catalogue des Timbres-Poste composant la collection de M. Ferrari de la Renotiere. Vol. II. III vols. Paris: M.G. Gilbert, n.d.
Unpaginated and in sections with all plates. 248 x 165 mm. Hard Bound in Quarter Black Leather and Marbled Boards with gilt lettering on spine. No Prices Realised. Contains auctions nos. V to X (6 of 14) of 1923-24.

———. Catalogue des Timbres-Poste composant la collection de M. Ferrari de la Renotiere. Vol. III. III vols. Paris: M.G. Gilbert, n.d.
Unpaginated and in sections with all plates. 248 x 165 mm. Hard Bound in Quarter Black Leather and Marbled Boards with gilt lettering on spine. No Prices Realised. Contains auctions nos. XI to XIV (4 of 14) of 1924-25.

Napier, G. S. F. The Ferrari Auction Catalogues. London: The Royal Philatelic Society London, 1925
xxviii + 60 pp, the former being the index and the latter being the prices realised of the 14 Ferrari auctions held in Paris. 255 x 170 mm. Popularly known as An Index to the “Ferrari” Auction Catalogues. Issued in sheets in three sections for binding with the original sale catalogues. Edition of 250 copies. No date but 1925. Kept in a card folder in the original issued state.

Robert A. Siegel. The Josiah K. Lilly Collection. New York: Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc, 1967
Unpaginated but 28 pp. 243 x 170 mm. Staple Bound with Cream Card Covers. The prospectus for the auction of the The Josiah K. Lilly Collection.

———. The Josiah K. Lilly Collection: General Foreign. New York: Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc, 1968
Unpaginated and in sections. 243 x 172 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Maroon Cloth with gilt lettering on front cover and spine.  Prices Realised. Sales held Mar 1967 – Dec 1968. This volume contains Parts II (British Commonwealth: Great Britain, Aden to Mauritius), IV (Benelux Countries, France & Colonies, Germany, States & Colonies, Scandinavia, Switzerland), VI (European Countries and their Colonies), VIII (British Commonwealth: Malaya to Zululand), and X (Latin America, Asia, Africa). No date but likely 1968.

———. The Josiah K. Lilly Collection: United States. New York: Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc, 1968
Unpaginated and in sections. 243 x 172 mm. Hard Bound (house binding) in Blue Cloth with gilt lettering on front cover and spine.  Prices Realised. Sales held Feb 1967 – Sep 1968. This volume contains Parts I (Postmasters’ Provisionals, 19th Century Postage & Official Issues), III (Canal Zone, Cuba, D. W. Indies, Guam, Hawaii, Philippines, Puerto Rico and Confederate States of America), V (Proofs, Encased Postage, Fractional Currency, Carriers and Locals, Sheets), VII (19th and 20th Century), and IX (Envelope Stamps, Revenue Stamps, Match and Medicine Stamps, Telegraph Stamps). No date but likely 1968.

Sotheby’s. The British Guiana: The World’s Most Famous Stamp. Sale No. N09154 “VAUGHAN.” New York: Sotheby’s, Inc, 2014
71 pp + (1) p. 275 x 215 mm. Hardbound in Carmine Cloth with gilt lettering on front and back covers and spine. DJ. Lot No. 1. Prices Realised Wanting. Price $40 Hard Cover | $20 Soft Cover. Sale held 17 Jun 2014.

Spink & Son. Maritime Wreck Covers of the World: The John Woolfe Collection. Sale No. 6034. London: Spink & Son Ltd., 2006
90 + (10) pp. 267 x 211 mm. Perfect Bound with Blue Card Covers. Lot Nos. 1-384. Prices Realised (copy). Sale held 6 Dec 2006.