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Australasian Philatelic
Traders’ Association
Your
October 2014 e-Newsletter
APTA - Serving Philately since 1948
A P TA P r es i de n t ’ s R e p o r t
Dear Collector,
Welcome to the October 2014 e-Newsletter.
The following two months offer a number of exciting events
for three states. As promoted in the last few months, South Australia will open the
philatelic festivities with the Adelaide STAMPEX 2014 will be held at the Drill Hall,
Torrens Parade Grounds, King William Rd on the 10th, 11th and 12th of October.
There will be a number of local stamp dealers attending this event, including APTA
dealers, such as Ace Stamp Auctions, Edlins/Capital Collectables, Euro-Yu Oz, John
& Jan Fitzpatrick (NZ), Leo Jakimow, Phoenix Auctions, Pittwater Philatelic Service,
Premier Postal Auctions, Richard Juzwin and Tony Shields Stamps & Coins.
Moving into Victoria, VICPEX 2014 will be held at the Geelong West Town Hall,
Pakingham St on the
11th of October.
A number of local
dealers will attend the
show, including APTA’s
Cover Connection and
Watermans Coins &
Banknotes.
Both shows will offer
you a free admission
and it’s the best
opportunity to bring
along your philatelic
Show venues for the remaining year (clockwise from top friends or family
left): Adelaide STAMPEX 2014, VICPEX 2014, ANDA/ members and
celebrate stamp
APTA Sydney Show and APTA/ANDA Melbourne Show
collecting. For the
serious and novice
philatelists, the exhibits at these two shows will educate and offer useful hints about
exhibiting a stamp collection; certainly a warm-up to the Sydney Stamp Exhibition
2015 ANZAC Centenary in next April.
Moving along into October, the ANDA / APTA Coin, Banknote and Stamp Show will
be held in Sydney, at the Lower Town Hall on the 24th and 25th of the month.
The opening times are from Noon to 8pm on Friday, and from 10am to 5pm on
Saturday.
The participating APTA dealers are : Brisbane Stamps / Troy Sequeira - Brisbane,
QLD; Burstamp - Burpengary, QLD; Coinsearch - Noosa, QLD; Edlins/Capital
Collectibles – Belconnen, ACT; Euro-Yu Oz – Coolum Beach, QLD; Renniks
Publications P/L – Banksmeadow, NSW; Richard Juzwin Stamps - Hawthorn, VIC;
Salamanca Rare Coins - Hobart, TAS; Trevor Wilkin Banknotes – Cammeray,
NSW; Universal Coin Co. – Melbourne, VIC and Waterman's Coins and Banknotes
– Greenvale, VIC
Australian Gold & Silver Exchange - Sydney, NSW; Bullion List Pty Ltd - Parramatta
NSW; Canberra Numisco - Canberra, ACT; Downies – Melbourne, VIC and Sydney,
NSW; Drake Sterling Numismatics - Sydney, NSW; International Auction Galleries
– Gold Coast, QLD; Klaus Ford Numismatics – Sunshine, VIC; Pacific Rim Coins Sydney, NSW; Prospect Coins – Blacktown, NSW; Roxbury's Auction House –
Spring Hill, QLD; Sterling and Currency – Fremantle, WA; The Perth Mint – Perth,
WA; The Royal Australian Mint - Dennison, ACT; Tony James Noteworld,
Maroubra, NSW and vpcoins – Mt Gravatt, QLD.
Therefore, this month presents philatelists and friends in three Australian States the
ideal time to review your philatelic collection and make preparations for upgrading or
rationalising it.
Later in November, we have the APTA / ANDA Melbourne Stamp, Coin & Banknote
Show at the traditional and popular Malvern Town Hall . The dates for this show
are Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th of November. The opening hours are from 10am
to 5pm for both days and admission is $5 for adults for a single day, or $8 for both
days. Accompanied children under the age of 15 can enter for free.
Most of the attending dealers at the July 2014 Malvern Town Hall Show are
expected to attend this November’s Show and details will be firmed later this month.
Our APTA members will be able to assist you with any philatelic or collectable needs
you may have. With their experience of many years in the trade and with their
established network of stamp dealers, locating the elusive stamp for completing your
project will shave a better chance. Remember that your collecting passion is also
the mission for APTA dealers. They are here to give you the best advice possible,
and for realising your collecting aims.
Finally, it is my pleasure to again bring to your attention the significant philatelic
event coming up in next April, the Sydney Stamp EXPO 2015 ANZAC Centenary!
The dates for this exclusive event are from Thursday 16th April to Sunday 19th April
2015. This event is organised between APTA and the Philatelic Association of NSW
(PHILAS) and will be held at the Johnny Warren Indoor Sports Centre (Hurstville
Recreational Centre), corner of Forest & King George Roads, Hurstville, NSW.
The theme of this major event will be the ANZAC Centenary, commemorating the
sacrifices made by Australia and New Zealand during World War One.
You must diarise this event and make every possible effort to attend it !
To find out more about this event, please click at the following official website link:
http://www.sydneystampexpo2015.org.au
ANDA Dealers and other Organisations attending the show are:
Continued on page 2
Inside this issue:
APTA Handbook 2014
The 2014 APTA Philatelic
Handbook can be accessed from
www.apta.com.au
Write to us for your FREE copy.
APTA Handbook - The ideal reference
for your immediate philatelic needs !
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APTA President’s Report
1
What’s news at Rod Perry’s Postal History
4
Dealers Address Changes & Show Products
2
What’s news at Phoenix Auctions
4
What’s news at Gabriele’s Philatelic Service
3
What’s news at KJB Stamp Sales
5
What’s news at Boonah Stamp Supplies
3
What’s news at Premier Postal Auctions
5
What’s news at Richard Juzwin’s
3
What’s news at Prestige Philately
6
What’s news at Cover Connection
4
Calendar of Events & APTA Code of Ethics
6
APTA Show Souvenirs and Products & APTA Gift Vouchers
PO Box 415, Blackburn, VIC, 3130
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
[email protected]
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Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
Continued from page 1
The SSE2015 ANZAC Centenary
Exhibition and Show will be preceded
by the APTA / ANDA Melbourne
Stamp, Coin & Banknote Show, to be
held at the Bayview on the Park on the
weekend of 11th and 12th of April
2015. By keeping in mind of the
Show venue for early April 2015, in lieu strong philatelic community based in
Melbourne as seen during
of the Show at the Malvern Town
AUSTRALIA2013, it is expected that
Hall : APTA/ANDA Melbourne Show
overseas members will also attend the
(Bayview on the Park)
Melbourne Show for renewing their
links with their local clients. More
details will be announced soon but it’s worth visiting the Sydney Stamp Expo 2015
ANZAC Centenary official website.
Please diarise this change of venue location and dates for this event.
October 2014
APTA/ANDA Melb Stamp, Coin & Banknote Show
Sat 8 - Sun 9 November 2014 (both days 10am-4pm)
Malvern Town Hall, Glenferrie Rd & High St,, Malvern, VIC
APTA Show Souvenirs
APTA products and show souvenirs will be available for sale at our Shows. Email
[email protected] for more details, or visit or website for viewing these products
and placing your order with APTA in advance.
Sydney Stamp Expo 2015
ANZAC Centenary
To summarise all above:
Adelaide STAMPEX 2014
Half-National Philatelic Exhibition & Show
10 to 12 October 2014
Drill Hall, Torrens Parade Grounds,
King William Rd, Adelaide, South Australia
Opening hours: Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am to
5:00pm and Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Admission is FREE !
STAMPEX 2014 is a Half National Philatelic Exhibition with approximately 350
frames of competitive exhibits on display. The following APTA dealers will attend
the Show: Ace Stamp Auctions-Ian Boulton (WA), Ed Cummings (ACT), Euro-Yu Oz
(QLD), John & Jan Fitzpatrick (New Zealand), Leo Jakimow (ACT), Phoenix Auctions
(Vic), Pittwater Philatelic Service (NSW), Premier Postal Auctions (Vic), Richard
Juzwin P/L (Vic), Tony Shields Stamps & Coins (Vic)
VICPEX 2014
State One-Frame Philatelic Exhibition & Show
Sat 11 October 2014 (10am-4pm)
Geelong West Town Hall, Pakington St,, Geelong
West, VIC
ANDA/APTA Sydney Coin, Banknote &
Stamp Show
Fri 24 - Sat 25 October 2014 (Fri: Noon-8pm, Sat
10am-5pm)
Sydney Lower Town Hall, Druitt St,, Sydney, NSW
D e a l e r s ’ A dd r es s C ha n g e s
.
Kennedy Stamps contact details are as follows: Suite 706A, 250 Pitt St., Sydney,
NSW, 2000. Tel: (02) 9264 6168. Fax: (02) 9264 5969. Email:
[email protected]
Boonah Stamp Supplies have changed their postal address to PO Box 125,
Boohah, 4310, QLD
Venue: Johnny Warren Indoor Sports Centre
(Hurstville Recreational Centre), corner of Forest &
King George Roads, Hurstville, NSW
Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th April 2015
http://www.sydneystampexpo2015.org.au
Proudly organised by the Australasian Philatelic Traders’ Association
and the Philatelic Association of NSW
Yours Sincerely,
Stewart Robbins,
APTA President
Submissions & Regular notifications
Submissions are welcomed by email to [email protected] or by post to APTA
Admin. Officer (c/o APTA, PO Box 415, Blackburn, VIC, 3130).
If you don’t wish to receive our Newsletter, reply to [email protected] with the
word �Remove’ in the subject line. Your postal address will still be active for receiving
our show notices and your free APTA Philatelic Handbook unless advised otherwise.
BROADWAY, NSW, 2007, Australia. The contact number is 0403 170 422 .
Email address is [email protected] . Website address is
www.millenniumauctions.com.au
Brusden-White Publishing has also relocated their offices to PO Box 58,
Broadway Shopping Centre, BROADWAY, NSW, 2008, Australia. Phone : (02)
9281 4066 or 0403 170 422 . Email address is [email protected] .
Website address is www.brusden-white.com.au
Delcampe.net (Belgium) has recently relocated its office to 25 Rue de la Filature, Rod Perry’s Postal History has closed its office, but Rod can be contacted at PO
Box 122, Port Douglas, QLD, 4877. Phone: 07 4098 0098. His email and website
1480 Tubize, Belgium. Your can reach Delcampe.net by email :
addresses remain unchanged.
[email protected] Website: http://www.delcampe.net/
Peter Strich Stamps and Coins has closed its Melbourne Shop. Further details
Classic Stamps Ltd (NZ) has recently changed its postal address to PO Box
will be announced soon.
5086, Springlands, Blenheim, 7241, New Zealand. Tel: +64 3 5795650 . Fax:
+64 3 5799894. Website: www.classicstamps.co.nz
Cover Connection has opened its first shop, located at 266 Centre Rd, Bentleigh,
Email: [email protected]
VIC, 3201. Andrew can be reached at 0418 530 937 ot (03) 9578 8479.
Opening hours are 10am to 4.30pm on Monday, Wednesday to Friday, and from
Millennium Philatelic Auctions has recently relocated its office from Ultimo
8.30am to 12.30pm for MOST Saturdays.
(NSW) to the following address: PO Box 58, Broadway Shopping Centre,
APTA Show Souvenirs & Products
Our Show products consist of limited edition stamp booklets (philatelic and general barcode), stamp mini-sheets and
philatelic numismatic covers. To collect and enjoy them, our customers have joined our Standing Order List for
securing and obtaining these products. Do not miss out!
Just visit our website (Show Products), complete the form and send it to APTA, PO Box 415, Blackburn, VIC, 3130.
Otherwise, you can email your requirements to [email protected]
www.apta.com.au
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
[email protected]
October 2014
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
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What’s News at Gabriele’s Philatelic Service - On Sale Now List #192
Welcome to Gabriele's Philatelic Service,
Australia's premier dealer in fine Australian,
Commonwealth, World stamps and stamp
collections. We buy & sell all over the world at
highly competitive prices. Our
website is updated constantly
with new material, but you can
always contact us with your
special needs and we will do
our best to help! We always
buy new material; however we
try to offer directly to people
who have given us their want
lists. If you have missed out on any items recently
and would like to be notified when another
example becomes available, please contact us by
phone, email or post and we will try hard to fill that
space for you. Our Website has links to previous
internet offers with items which may still be
available. Please contact us and we will let you
know if it is still here.
OSN 192 - September 2014
Our list is a little late this month but the great
news is there are some lovely stamps available
(worth the wait we hope!) Thank you all for
keeping me so very busy, apologies for the delay.
To view full details of this months On Sale Now,
please click here to download OSN 192 –
September 2014.
NEW WEBSITE
Garbriele’s Philatelic Service’s website includes new
features, such as �Customer Testimonials’, �Stamp
Accessories prices & Online Offers’, �New Stamp
care’, �The Stamp Blog and News’ sections. With
almost 50 years experience in philately, Gabriele’s
Philatelic Services offers exceptional services to all
customers and offers money back guarantee on
quality and authenticity. Orders over $200 within
Australia are postage-free.
To receive notification of site updates & special
offers, send your email address to us here.
If this link doesn't work, simply send a short email
requesting updates to us.
CONTACT DETAILS:
Suite 11, 17 Gerrale St, Cronulla, 2230, NSW,
Post: PO Box 775, Cronulla, NSW, 2230,
Phone / Fax: (02) 9544 3333
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gabrieles.com.au
What’s News at Boonah Stamp Supplies: Change of Postal Address, DSR #37
Boonah Stamp Supplies is a Mail Order stamp
business, built up upon 30 years of excellent service
and is the leading dealer in Framas, Miniature
Sheets, Counter Printed Stamps, stamp & booklet
reprints.
Boonah Stamp Supplies carries the country's
biggest stock of Australian booklets and because of
the extensive stock, stock reduction sales are
running regularly with big discounts on booklets, mini
sheets, Framas, etc. Contact Sel direct for his
Direct Stock Reduction Sale Lists, or visit his �What’s
News’ on APTA’s Website.
Boonah Stamp Supplies have changed their
postal address to PO Box 125, Boonah,
QLD, 4310.
Regular Direct Stock Reduction Sale No.37
September - October 2014
Mystery Prizes, big savings on Minisheets &
Sheetlets, new and recent overprints, big savings on
earlier Booklets and early Decimal Booklets, recent
Prestige Booklets, Miscellaneous Offers, Frama
Offers and Covers, CounterPrinted Stamps and
much more!
CPS Catalogue (Australia, New Zealand, Papua
New Guinea & Norfolk Is. - 2010 Ed. (September).
$ 45.00
#3. Sel Pfeffer's Australia & Territories Booklet
Catalogue Fifth Edition - 2012 Ed. (December)
Booklets 1904 - 2012. All booklets (0verprints &
reprints) plus Prestige & Unofficial $ 55.00
SEL PFEFFER'S AUSTRALIA & TERRITORIES
BOOKLET CATALOGUE and
SEL PFEFFER'S AUSTRALASIA &
TERRITORIES FRAMA & CPS CATALOGUE
Used by Australia's leading Auction Houses !
#1. INTRODUCTORY OFFER ON AUSTRALIA
& TERRITORIES BOOKLET CATALOGUE 2013
SUPPLEMENT - ONLY $18, plus postage of $2 Total cost $20.00
#2. Sel Pfeffer's Australasia & Territories Frama &
#4. Booklet Insert Guide - Edition numbers &
Advertising sequences - to go with 5th Edition
above. $ 30.00
Payment in AUD$ by cheque, money order, VISA,
MasterCard or PayPal ). To find out more about these
catalogues, please contact Sel at Boonah Stamp
Supplies by phone, fax or email or by letter to PO Box
125, Boonah, QLD, 4310 (Please not of our new PO
Box address).
BOONAH STAMP SUPPLIES:
PO Box 125, Boonah, QLD, 4310, Australia.
Phone: 07 5463-1516 Fax: 07 5463-1595
Email: [email protected]
What’s News at Richard Juzwin’s - New Website & Monthly Offers
Richard Juzwin Stamps are the largest
philatelic private dealer, non auction house
company in Australia.
Winner of multiple 'APTA Excellence Award' &
acclaimed 'Mail Order Dealer of the Year'.
Proud of our 30-year reputation and achievements
locally and overseas, our client commitment is shown
by delivering high-level professional services, supplying
a diverse range of high quality stamps at competitive
market prices and offering the largest and most
specialised stock of quality Australian C’wealth,
Richard Juzwin, Nella Watson & Andy Juzwin
Colonies, NZ and Pacific material in Australia.
Our reputation and long-term relationship with you is
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of paramount importance to us. Your philatelic needs
are noted as we actively source and offer the stamps
you require depending on availability, including rare
items and collections.
Our experienced staff apply their knowledge to work
together with collectors in achieving their goals.
WEBSITE & SPECIAL OFFERS
Richard Juzwin’s website has been developed into one of
the best websites available: www.richardjuzwin.com
Here are our monthly specials, :
Stamp SG 123: 6d
Kingsford Smith
Stamp ID: 11415
Superb mint
unhinged and fresh
well centred corner
block of four.
SG 45S: 3rd Wmk
Stamp ID: 11360
ВЈ2 purple black/rose SPECIMEN
Type C, showing “curved C” plus
variety – “broken value circle”. Fine
mint lightly hinged.
FORTHCOMING SHOWS
We will be attending the Adelaide STAMPEX 2014
Show at the Drill Hall, Torrens Pde Ground, Adelaide
on the 10th to the 12th October 2014, and the
ANDA/APTA Sydney Coin, Banknote & Stamp Show at
the Sydney Lower Town Hall on the 24th & 25th
October 2014.
Please contact Richard on 0148 531 659 or
Andy on 0419 512 978 for further details.
OFFICE & CONTACT DETAILS
822a Glenferrie Rd., (via Johnson St), Hawthorn.
Open Mon-Fri, 8.30am-6pm.
Other times by appointment.
Public transport & street parking available.
Postal Address:
PO Box 2111, Hawthorn LPO, VIC, 3122, Australia.
Ph: (03) 9818 0209
Fax: (03) 9818 3308
Website: www.richardjuzwin.com
Email: [email protected]
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
Members of APTA,
P.T.S. (London), 'The Royal Philatelic
Societies' of Victoria & London.
[email protected]
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October 2014
What’s News at Cover Connection - New Shop
Cover Connection is pleased to
announce the opening of its retail
premices, located at 266 Centre Road,
Bentleigh, VIC, 3204. The shop is open
to the public from 10am to 4.30 pm
on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. On most Saturdays, the pening
hours are from 8.30am to 12.30pm.
Other visiting hours can be arranged by
appointment. The contact numbers remain the same
as well as the postal address.
Cover Connection has been represented around
the philatelic circles for many years by Mr. Andrew
Ballis. Andrew is a member of the Australian Cover
Society and a member of its management committee.
He’s also a member of the Australasian Philatelic
Traders’ Association (APTA), ANDA and SCDAA.
Cover Connection is Number 1 for First Day Covers by
manufacturer, type, issue and colour combinations.
Our comprehensive commemorative and souvenir
cover stock is extensive and Cover Connection has a
wide variety of world stamps including Australia,
Australian States & Colonies. Andrew, a regular
dealer at the local stamp fairs, is actively known on
Ebay as �8479smacma’. Under �dr stamps’, his eBay
store contains a wide variety of philatelic covers and
related items.
Forthcoming Shows
VICPEX 2014, West Geelong Town Hall, Pakington
St, on Saturday 11th October from 10.00am till
4.00pm. Ballarat Stamp & Coin Show at
Ballarat Specialist School Gillies Street Wendouree on
Sunday 12th October, 9.30am till 3.00pm
Bentleigh Stamp, Coin & Phonecard Fair,
Bentleigh-McKinnon Youth Centre, Higgins Road (off
Jasper Road) on Sunday 19th October 2014.
Contact Details
Office: 266 Centre Rd, Bentleigh, VIC, 3204
Mail: PO Box 295, Ormond, VIC, 3204, Australia.
Email: [email protected]
Phone & fax: (03) 95788479
Mobile: 0418 530 937
What’s News at Rod Perry’s Postal History (RAP) - Address & phone no change
Rod Perry’s Postal History (known also as The
National Stamp Gallery) has moved from its
premises.
You can reach Rod via his postal address, which is PO
Box 122, Port Douglas, QLD, 4877, Australia.
Rodney’s email is [email protected] and he can be
contacted on a new number (07) 4098 0098.
Rodney A Perry (rap) has been a Philatelic trader since
1962. Rod established Rodney A Perry Auction
Galleries in 1971 and sold 30 years later. The
Auction House was rebranded as Millennium Philatelic
Auctions. For ten years from 1992, Rod was
proprietor of Brusden-White Publishing, publisher of
The Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue,
established in 1926. During that decade of
ownership, with the inimitable Geoff Kellow as Editor
(which remains the situation), an ambitious
programme to completely rewrite the catalogue was
undertaken. By the time the rights
to the catalogue were sold (to the
consortium which bought the
Auction House), the rewrite,
embracing Australian
Commonwealth stamp issues or
their development from 1901 to
2001, was completed.
The catalogue was awarded a
Gold Medal at the International
Exhibition ITALIA 98.
Club International, achieved for his
Grand Prix Victoria at AUSIPEX 84.
Rod controls an enormous
accumulation of Australian and
World covers and Stationery,
gathered during five decades of
philatelic trading. The strength of
this stock reposes largely in 20th
century material, with a preponderance for items
destined for Australasia, in the case of material
originating abroad. Your enquiries are most welcome.
Rod has been a collector since 1955 and presently is
developing a series of cover / stationery collections
which have as their common theme Australasia as a
destination.
Rod Perry’s Postal History is proud member of ASDA,
APS (#074745), PTS and APTA.
Rod is the only Australian member of The Grand Prix
Postal address: PO Box 122, Port Douglas, QLD,
4877, Australia. Ph: (07) 4098 0098
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rap.com.au
What’s News at Phoenix Auctions - Auction #33 & #34 - Sat 25th October
Winner of 2012 APTA Award for
Auction House of the Year
Auction #33
Victorian Woodblocks of Roland Geitenbeek
Sat 25th October 2014, 11am
It gives us great pleasure to present to Roland
Geitenbeek’s fabulous International Gold Medal
�Woodblocks of Victoria’.
A collection as comprehensive as this is one, is one of the
rare occasions that the collector is offered essentially
everything that is available to be offered in the one
auction. No more searching for years to find those elusive
items. Roland is aware that having so much on offer may
stretch a few budgets and he has authorised us to
consider any requests for a payment plan. If you feel this
will be helpful, contact us and David or Ken will discuss
the possibilities with you. Please however do this prior to
the auction and not afterwards.
While only 4 face-different stamps are involved, this
collection covers the fascinating transition period from
imperforate to perforated stamps with all the
experimental separations that were used before finally
settling down to standard perforators. The number of
different perforators is quite surprising with the 6d orange
having nine different types offered here, far more than
are catalogued. In the past many of these were
considered un-official or private, however most specialist
now consider that nearly all of them were officially
sanctioned.
While on the topic of inadequate stamp catalogues, it is
worth pointing out that the 1/- Registered in fact has two
Dies which are easily identifiable and just as significant as
the Kangaroo dies or the various Key Plate dies used by
many British Commonwealth countries. The inclusions the
two dies in the catalogues is well overdue. The breadth of
material being offered is quite amazing. There are a
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number of Proofs and
Essays, many Specimen
overprints, mint and used
stamps, many with the
largest known multiples in
private hands. Naturally
there is a great range of
covers, virtually all in wonderful condition. There are
examples to may destinations, including China and The
Philippines. Many different postal rates and routes are
presented here. The number of Too Late and Registered
covers is staggering. This collection has more than all the
other private collections combined.
The overall quality of the items this collection represents
the best that is available and this becomes truly apparent
when looking at the stamps in the many plating studies
where almost every stamp is first-grade or close to it.
We would like to thank Roland for allowing us to offer his
collection and we are sure that all collectors of this area
will find items for their collection.
Auction #34 - KGV Heads
Sat 25th October 2014, 1pm
This is a specialised auction of the Australian King George
V Sideface issues. The Georgian Heads are one of the
most popular series of stamps for specialist Australian
collectors. This series has many printing plates and flaws,
including some spectacular cracked electros and retouches,
a wide variety of watermark errors, imprints and
monograms, paper and shade varieties and combination
errors. The last section of the sale contains a wonderful
array of Geogian Heads, mainly 1d Reds, on WWI related
postal history.
The Georgian Heads are Australia’s most studied stamps
and we will have much of the current literature in this area
available for sale, on the day. The new Brusden White King
George V catalogue has now been printed and we now
have copies available for sale. A list of the available books
is at the end of this page. This auction has a number of
vendors who we would like to thank, however the 1ВЅd Die
I collection from Pericles deserves special mention. The
breadth of material in this collection is amazing for both its
rarities and for the research that has been done. The sheer
breadth of cracked electros being offered could justifiably
have enabled us to subtitle this as the Cracked Electro
Auction. For collectors of this stamp, and it’s postal history,
this is a wonderful opportunity to add to your collection.
Viewing for this Auction.
In ADELAIDE at Stampex at the Drill Hall, Torrens Parade
Grounds 10th - 12th October. In SYDNEY at Philas
House 20th October 10am to 5pm. In MELBOURNE in
our offices at Level 2, 170 Queen Street Melbourne.
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th October 10am to 4pm .
Monday 20th October in Sydney. Tuesday 21st October
through to Thursday 23rd October 10am to 4pm. Friday
24th October 10am to 6pm . Saturday 25th October 8am
to 10am. Viewing outside of these times is available
by appointment only. Non-Melbourne based clients
are welcome to do early viewing. Simply call us first to
ensure that everything will be ready for you.
Auction Agents:
Mark Knothe - 0414 894 991, [email protected];
Matt Hancock - 0401 976 018, [email protected];
Bernie Manning - 0412 782 373,
[email protected]; Nick Martin (UK) - 01205
460968, [email protected]
Contact details
Office: Level 2, 170 Queen St, Melb, VIC, 3001.
Ph: (03) 8682 9876, Fax: (03) 8677 2858.
Website: www.phoenixauctions.com.au
Email: [email protected]
Postal address: GPO Box 4346, Melb, VIC, 3001.
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
[email protected]
October 2014
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What’s News at KJB Stamp Sales - Postal Auction No.142 now closed
KJB Stamp Sales was runner up in the 2002, 2003,
2004 and 2005 APTA "AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE"
category of "POSTAL AUCTION BUSINESS OF THE
YEAR", the only years this award category was in
operation. For over 17 years, KJB Stamp Sales is one
of the leading Postal Auction Catalogue stamp
businesses renowned for accuracy, detail in Lot
descriptions, integrity of their operations and customer
service, based on "THE 4-WAY TEST" of Rotary
International. Brian is a member of APTA and has
served 4 terms on the National Board.
POSTAL AUCTION 142 closed at noon, Monday,
23th June 2014 and contained almost 1800 well
described lots, including five pages of pictures in full
colour. LOTS WITHDRAWN FROM THE SALE; 89,
99, 111, 1275 & 1371.
The Australian KANGAROOS section (80 lots) included the
FIRST WATERMARK 3d Olive THIN PAPER BW 12ab
mint. 3d Olive DIE II SG 5e fine used, 1/- Green
INVERTED WATERMARK SG 11w very fine postally used,
THIRD WATERMARK 3d Olive-green DIE II SG 37da
superb used, 6d Blue Die II INVERTED WATERMARK SG
38cw fine used, the very scarce used 2/- Brown Perf OS
INVERTED WATERMARK SG O49w (ВЈ800) (BW 37(a)ba
$1500) plus SMALL MULTI WATERMARK 2/- Maroon SG
110 as both well centred MUH shade Maroon BW 39A
and the scarcer shade Pale Maroon BW 39C plus much,
much more. The Australian KING GEORGE V SIDEFACE
section (120 lots) included SINGLE WATERMARK scarcer
shade 4d Pale Orange-yellow SG 22c with variety WHITE
SCRATCH BEHIND EMU BW 110(2)I fine used, 1ВЅd
Green VERY COARSE MESH PAPER SG 61a BW 88a
mint, ВЅd Green Perf OS SG O38 INVERTED
WATERMARK BW 63ba MUH as both a left marginal
block of 4 and a block of 6. LARGE MULTIPLE
WATERMARK 1ВЅd Black-brown THIN PAPER SG 51a
with variety LOWER LEFT CORNER MISSING BW 8491)k
fine used. SMALL MULTI WATERMARK PERF 14 1ВЅd
Orange Perf OS fine used. SMALL MULTI WATERMARK
PERF 13ВЅx12ВЅ 1d Green FERNS BW 81(4)ia superb
mint, 3d Blue Die 1a Perf OS SG O106 TYPE B BW 107bb
MLH, scarce 2d Brown Perf OS MUH with an unlisted
variety and much, much more. The Australian PREDECIMAL GENERAL ISSUES section (60 lots) was
highlighted by the scarce 1931 2d Red Kingsford Smith OS
Overprint fine postally used, the very scarce 1938 QM 1d
Green Die II COIL PAIR, UNIFORMLY LARGE HOLES BW
182bh as a MUH/MLH COIL STRIP OF 4 WITH CENTRAL
COIL JOIN, a rare 1938 QM 1d green Die II ASH
IMPRINT BLOCK OF 4 – COIL PERF LARGE HOLES BW
182zo M/MUH (2007 CV $3000 as MLH) with a 2014
RPSV certificate of authenticity, 1946-49 BCOF 6d Brown
NARROW N IN JAPAN SG J4c in a MUH positional corner
pair and 1/- Green P AND A WIDELY SPACED BW J5c
well centred MUH and much, much more. The Australian
DECIMAL section (50 lots) included a 1966-73 QEII 7Вў
Purple MUH corner block of 4 with an unlisted
MISPERFORATED CORNER, most uncommon in decimal
issues. The Australian COLONIAL STATES section of over
25 lots was highlighted by the VICTORIA 1901 1/- (No
Postage) Yellow SG 381 fresh MUH and 1890 5/- Dull
Blue & Brown-lake Postage Due SG D10 MLH. The
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH section has over 1380 lots
from Aden to Zanzibar, such as BARBADOS 1892-1903
2/6d Violet & Green SG 115, MLH and 1950-53 1Вў Green
Postage Due WATERMARK ERROR, ST. EDWARDS
CROWN SG D4Ac, MVLH. BERMUDA 1865-1902 QV 1/Green SG 8, MVVLH. CANADA 1898-1902 QV 10Вў Pale
Brownish-purple, perfectly centred MLH. CYPRUS 1891 QV
4pi Pale Olive-green Die I SG 14, fine used. GRENADA
1938-50 KGVI 10/- Perf 14 Steel-blue & Bright Carmine
(Narrow Printing) SG 163a, MLH and 10/- Perf 14 Slateblue & Carmine-lake (Wide Printing) SG 163d, MUH.
NEW HEBRIDES (FRENCH) useful range of better fine
used sets and singles plus the 1938 Postage Dues set SG
FD65/9 MVLH. PALESTINE 1918 1p Blue SG 1b fine
used. QATAR 1961 definitives set SG 27/37, MUH.
RHODESIA 1892-93 ВЈ1 Deep Blue Arms SG 10 both mint
and used. SEYCHELLES 1921-32 KGV 5r Yellow-green &
Blue SG 123, MLH. SOUTHERN RHODESIA 1924 1d
Bright Rose Admiral HORIZONTAL PAIR, IMPERFORATE
BETWEEN SG 2a, MVVLH. There is also a small range
of ESTONIA (29 lots) including 1923 Airs Tete-beche
Triangular Pairs Surcharge set SG 44/5 fine used and
1939 Parnu Centenary M/S SG 151 fine used. FRANCE
(11 cheaper lots). GERMANY (66 lots) 1872-1938 mostly
cheaper lots but includes 1875-79 PFENNIGE with final E
25pf Deep Brown SG 35b (ВЈ325) and 50pf Grey 36a
(ВЈ450) both with correctly dated cancels.
NOTE: We use the expert services of Dr. Scott
Starling for expertisation of, and certificates of
authenticity for, shades of the KGV sideface issues.
Click on the following link for his background,
credentials and recommendations for his expert
services.
DR. SCOTT STARLING KGV SIDEFACE
EXPERTISATION SERVICES
FORTHCOMING SHOWS
16th & 17th August 2014: Perth Stamp & Coin Show,
University of Western Australia, Guild Function Centre,
Hackett Drive, Crawley, WA
KJB Stamp Sales
Dr. Brian Jeffries
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stampdealer.com.au
Mail: PO Box 848, Cooma, NSW, 2630, Australia.
Ph: 02 6462 2804
Fax: 02 6462 3460
What’s News at Premier Postal Auctions - Auction #127 ended 10th August
Auction #127 - World Postal Auction!
Sunday 10th August 2014,
Welcome to Auction
127 our fourth auction
for 2014. This auction
offered our usual wide
choice of lots, with over
3,750 lots there is
plenty to choose from.
Quite a few of
postmark collectors use
the FREE Post Office
Reference Database on
our website. This lists all
the POs from Victoria
and most of the ones
from the other states. A
search facility is provided to enable you to search on
part names, both within a state and across all states.
Collectors of Victorian datestamps can also pay an
annual subscription of $55 to access our detailed
Victorian Postmark Database. This section is now been
completed through to the Zs including the Melbournes.
We are starting to include images and as I write this,
we are up to Bonnie Doon. Also the Melbournes,
Reliefs and TPOs have already been done. It will
obviously take quite a while to get all of the 36,000+
postmarks scanned and updated. For those who collect
Victorian postmarks this is a wonderful resource. To
subscribe simply go to our website, select Reference
Tools from the top left menus and then select Victorian
Datestamps. There is a Subscribe link in the welcome
line, click on this and just fill in your details. Otherwise,
simply enter https://www.premierpostal.com/cgi-bin/
wsProd.sh/viewfeewrapper.w? in your search engine
www.apta.com.au
address field.
Our on-line bidders will be pleased to know that our
new live-bidding screen seems to be working well. If
you haven't used it yet then give it a try. To bid live
online go to the website and log in with your Client
Code and Password. Ten minutes before the auction
starts an Open Auction Live Bidding window link will
appear below the image of the catalogue front page.
Simply click on this and you will be ready to go. The
pop-up window displays the last lot sold, the current lot
and the next two lots. If you have already placed bids
then these lots will be displayed in a bold font. A bid
button will be displayed below the current lot number
to bid at the next bid step. This button disappears
when you have the top bid or when the auctioneer has
stopped accepting bids. Use the View Bidsheet menu
on the top right of the home page to review or place
bids for later lots. This screen will also show you the
total value of your successful bids to help you manage
your budget.
Remember that we only sell lots that have bids already
placed on them and therefore the pop-up window will
only show and allow bidding on those lots. To ensure a
lot appears you will need to place some sort of initial
bid on the lot, even if it is a below reserve bid. Our
clients who have access to the internet should also take
time to review our retail lots. There are over 20,000
items which can be accessed and searched for in the
same way the auctions can. If you have your collecting
interests set up these will also work on the retail list
ensuring you can access them as efficiently as possible.
Please ensure that you confirm your order once you
have finalised the items you wish to purchase. Our
website provides many different ways of viewing those
items or areas in the auction that interest you the
most. We provide a standard selection in lot order,
searching by topic (over 250 of them) or by country
and searching by your collecting interests or a
description search. Our Image Gallery enables you to
just browse through the pictures and likewise you can
also use the Image Gallery to just view the items that
match your collecting interests. To help with your
specific collecting interests and to find the lots that
interest you, we provide an extract service. This service
saves you time and helps to keep our costs down.
Simply provide us with your collecting interests. You
can specify whether you just collect stamps, postal
history or postal stationery, whether you collect mint or
used, what periods you collect, what countries you
collect etc. You can be quite detailed. In nearly all
cases we can provide an extract which is well matched
to your collecting needs.
The most effective way of bidding is to use our secure
website www.premierpostal.com. However you can
also phone your bids through if you prefer. We take
bids any way they come. If you have any questions at
all please feel free to contact us so that we can help
you. Naturally if you do not want to receive these
emails (about 20 per year) then simply ask us to
remove you from our email list.
Kind regards, David at Premier Postal Auctions
CONTACT DETAILS
Office: 2/170 Queen St, Melb., VIC, 3000.
Postal address: GPO Box 4346, Melbourne, VIC,
3001, Australia.
Website: www.premierpostal.com/ns
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (03) 9038 8136,
Fax: (03) 8677 2858
Australasian Philatelic Traders Association
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What’s News at Prestige Philately - Public Auctions 193, 194, 195 on 15th August
Prestige Philately has been voted 5 times
APTA’s �Auction House of the Year’
Current General Public Auction 193
Current Auction 194 - British Empire
Current Public Auction 195 - Nauru
Friday 15 August 2014, from noon
GENERAL AUCTION #193:
This is a very wide-ranging sale but I can’t say there’s
something for everyone, because most of the British
Empire material is in the following auction.
Nonetheless, if you collect Australia, Australian
Colonies, our Territories or foreign countries, then you
can expect to find something of interest in the General
Auction. This month marks the centenary of the issue
of Australia’s iconic King George V Heads. To
celebrate this important anniversary, we present a
lovely array of quality KGV material with numerous
large blocks and even complete panes and sheets of
Penny Reds.
As usual, we have a wonderfully strong section from
the Australian Colonies. Features are Classic New
South Wales, Victorian Laureates and Revenues, and
a terrific section of the Large Stamp Duty issues
highlighted by an unused set of the extraordinary
Ultra High Values (possibly the only complete set in
existence). A long-time client in Japan has contributed
collections of New Guinea and Papua postal history
that he put together mainly in the 1970s and 1980s.
There are many fine items that haven’t seen the light
of day for decades.
For something completely different, we are pleased to
offer the very fine collection of Saudi Arabia formed by
the late Dr Kevin Murphy from Perth. There are lots
of decidedly rare stamps here but because Saudi
Arabia isn’t British Guiana, the estimates are very
attractive.
BRITISH EMPIRE #194: kicking off at
3.30pm
This auction came about largely as the result of local
collector Jim Mathieson consigning his very extensive
collection to us for sale. Probably two-thirds of the lots
are from this source.
Featured sections are the South Atlantic Islands and
the British West Indies. We also have a strong Great
Britain section that includes a remarkable array of
plating studies of issues of Queen Victoria’s reign, and
our recent discovery of an 1840 House of Lords 1d
Envelope. Malaya features Straits Settlements postal
history and Chalons are a strength of the almost 100
lots of New Zealand on offer.
Please note that there is some Empire content in the
miscellaneous lots at the beginning of the general
auction.
Pictorials.
However, the best developed field is the Overprints on
Great Britain, featuring many items formerly in Keith
Buckingham’s collection. There are Albino Overprints
in abundance, the famous �NAUP.U’ varieties on most
values, a good offering of control blocks, and a very
attractive group of Seahorses. The postal history
includes a number of very rare instructional and
censor markings, a registered All Up airmail cover,
two Japanese Occupation items, a cover from the reoccupying Australian Forces, and a large parcel piece
with a pair of the 5/- Map.
If you have never attended one of our sales, you won’t
know what a different experience it is. All our visitors,
whether from suburban Melbourne, country, interstate
or overseas, are made to feel right at home. And if
you are bored stiff by auctions moving at snail’s pace
because of “live” internet bidding, you will be
delighted to know that we have retained the
traditional auction room excitement that we all grew
up with. Which is why our auction room is usually
packed, and why so many people listen to the audio
feed over the internet. It’s also why so many people
are enthusiastic about coming to Boronia on a regular
basis. Please note that if you wish to participate in
any of the three auctions by phone, you should make
your arrangements as soon as possible. Click here
Link to read our “Assistance for Telephone Bidders”.
NAURU #195: from 6pm.
Office:
John Darnell from Dorset in England has put together
a very appealing collection from this philatelically
challenging island. The material ranges from the
German Colonial period - including “Nauru”
manuscript cancellations - through to the 1954
Email : [email protected]
Website: www.prestigephilately.com
Postal address: PO Box 277, Boronia, VIC, 3155
8 Floriston Rd, Boronia, VIC, 3155, Australia.
Tel: 9762 6009, Fax: 9762 4009.
APTA Calendar of Events and Shows ( October - November 2014 )
10 - 12 October 2014
11 October 2014
11 October 2014
24 - 25 October 2014
8 - 9 November 2014
14 - 16 November 2014
Adelaide Stampex 2014 (Half National Exhibition)
Drill Hall, Torrens Parade Ground, Victoria Drive, Adelaide (off King William Road, City), SA, Australia
Orange Stamp & Coin Club’s SPRING FAIR 2014
Kenna Hall, St Joseph's Catholic Church, 90 Hill Street, Orange.
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm.
VICPEX 2014 State One-Frame Stamp Competition & Stamp-Coin Show
Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington St, Geelong West, VIC., Australia
ANDA / APTA Sydney Coin & Banknote Show
Sydney Lower Town Hall, Druitt St, Sydney, NSW
APTA / ANDA Melbourne Stamp, Coin & Banknote Show
Malvern Town Hall, cnr Glenferrie Rd & High St, Malvern, VIC, Australia
Baypex 2014, Pettigrew-Green Arena, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand
APTA - Code of Ethics
As a member of the Australasian Philatelic Traders' Association Inc., I hereby pledge to observe the following code of ethics.
I will promote, develop and maintain a high standard of ethics in all my business dealings.
I will, by deed and example, endeavour to promote mutual trust and friendship between members and the public.
I will refrain from dealing in stolen philatelic and counterfeit material, and give buyers of repaired, regummed, reperforated,
reprinted or otherwise altered philatelic material a complete written statement showing in detail the nature of the changes
and alterations in such material.
I will avoid misrepresentation and misleading advertising.
I will conduct myself so as not to bring discredit to the Association or to diminish the prestige of the membership therein.
I will neither buy nor sell philatelic items of which the ownership is in doubt and will promptly report to the proper law enforcement
authorities information on the suspect stolen material.
I will immediately refund on any item sold by me where the description was either inaccurate or misleading, within a reasonable period of time
after the transaction.
I will support and be subject to the constitution and regulations of the APTA and such amendments, resolutions and policies as may be established
In the event of any dispute arising between a customer and myself or with any other member of the Association, I agree to abide by any ruling in
connection with such dispute as shall be given by the National Committee for the time being of the Association.
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