Cherrystone’s Current Philatelic Auctions

Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World
September 13-14, 2022

Session 1: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 10:00am
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Session 2: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 1:00pm
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Session 3: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 10:00am
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Session 4: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 1:00pm
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We are pleased to present our September 13-14 auction of Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World. An important stale, with a number of highlights, starting with United States graded stamps, 1847 Issue on cover, 1869 Pictorials Proofs and Essays, including a complete set of Atlanta Trial Colors, two different sets of Columbian Large Die Proofs, a collection of rare Plate Blocks, a newly discovered holding of sheets, blocks of four of the CIA and Stock Exchange Inverts, Flight covers and U.S. Possessions. There are rarities from Bolivia, China including an Inverted Hall of Classics, France and French Colonies, with better Zanzibar, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, Dr. Leslie Rose's collection of Germany and Colonies, Hungary with First Issues on cover and pre-WWII Imperforate souvenir sheets. From Latvia, there is a world-renown collection formed by Imants Timma, with stamps and covers, Occupation Issues, Kurland and a splendid collection of Wenden. The sale also includes a remarkable, long-forgotten collection of Imperial Russia. Brought to the United States just after WWII, this collection, only recently unearthed, includes the remarkable unused pair of Russia Number with original gum, a sensational holding of proofs and essays, (including a collection of 140 different Romanov Proofs) and much more. Many of these items were exhibited in New York in 1927 and until now, had been presumed lost during the War. Finally, the sale includes close to 300 large lots and collections.


Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World
August 9-10, 2022

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Cherrystone is pleased to present our Summer auction taking place on August 9-10, 2022, featuring Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World. This sale contains 1,283 lots, with notable United States, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, numerous European countries, with Austria, Belgium, France & Colonies, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Colonies, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Switzerland. From Asia there are selections of China, Laos and Vietnam. South American countries are also well represented, with a good showing of Inverted Centers from all parts of the globe. There and numerous flight covers and large lots and collections. Please note there are no printed catalogues for this auction.


Professional Affiliations

Cherrystone is a member of all leading philatelic organizations including the American Stamp Dealers’ Association, American Philatelic Society, Philatelic Traders Society (Gold Member), APHV, The Collectors Club of NY, AIEP, ROSSICA, MEPSI, GPS, UPSS, Club de Monte Carlo and more.


Cherrystone on PTS Trade Vlog

View the latest vlog from the PTS, where Suzanne Rae and Isobel Klempka of the PTS chat with Josh from Cherrystone Auctions and Matt from Stamp Collector Magazine. This episode includes news from the PTS, the new auction partnership between Cherrystone Auctions and Stamp Collector Magazine, EXCLUSIVE news from Cherrystone, insight into advertising and more.

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Cherrystone Opens London Office

UK Office

Cherrystone has opened an office located steps from the Royal Philatelic Society at 60 Cannon Street in London and announces Anthony Bard as their new European representative.

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New Amsterdam Collection of Important U.S. Rarities

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Some highlights and record shattering results are listed below:


15c Z. Grill (85F)
Sold for $1,610,000


2c Coil (321)
Sold for $805,000


24c Inverted Jenny (C3a)
Sold for $402,500


30c Orange A. Grill
Sold for $172,500


10c Z. Grill (85D)
Sold for $1,150,000


3c B. Grill (82)
Sold for $661,250


30c Flags Inverted (121b)
Sold for $287,500


5c Special Printing (204)
Sold for $172,500

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