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Public Auction 220 - Victoria

Public Auction 219 - Picture Postcard

General Public Auction 218

General Public Auction 217

Public Auction 215 - Australian Colonies

General Public Auction 214

Public Auction 213 - KGV part II

Public Auction 211 - Australian Rarities

Public Auction 210 - Coins and Banknotes

General Public Auction 209

Public Auction 208 - Picture Postcard

Public Auction 207 - KGV part I

General Public Auction 205

General Public Auction 204

Public Auction 203 - NSW

Public Auction 200

General Public Auction 199

Public Auction 198 - South Australia

Public Auction 197 - World War I

General Public Auction 196

Public Auction 195 - Nauru

Public Auction 194 - British Empire

General Public Auction 193

Public Auction 192 - Victoria Emblems

Public Auction 191 - Tasmania Registered Mails

General Public Auction 190

Public Auction 189 - Australian Rarities

Public Auction 188 - South Australia

General Public Auction 187

Public Auction 186 - Postal Stationery

General Public Auction 185

Public Auction 184 - B.C.O.F. Overprints

General Public Auction 183

General Public Auction 182

Public Auction 181 - NSW & TAS

Public Auction 180 - Australian Colonies

General Public Auction 179

Public Auction 178 - Western Australian

General Public Auction 177

Public Auction 176 - Pacific Islands

General Public Auction 175

Public Auction 174 - Victoria

General Public Auction 173

Public Auction 172 - New Zealand

General Public Auction 171

Public Auction 170 - Royal Navy Mail

General Public Auction 169

Public Auction 168 - Australian Colonies

General Public Auction 167

 

 

 

 
 



** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT **

Gary Watson and the Team at Prestige Philately are delighted to announce the merger of Prestige with Mossgreen Auctions, effective Monday 1st December 2014. Mossgreen, based at 926-930 High Street in leafy Armadale, close to the Melbourne CBD, is a multi-department auction house dealing in fine art, antiques and collectables. Mossgreen Gallery and the delightful Tea Rooms are in the same building.

The merger of these two dynamic businesses will provide philatelic clients of both firms with unrivalled expertise and knowledge. Gary Watson, formerly Managing Director of Prestige Philately, is now Mossgreen’s Head of Philately.

For further information about philatelic auctions, including to consign material for sale, please contact:
Gary Watson - email gary.watson@mossgreen.com.au Phone +61 3 9508 8888
Torsten Weller - email torsten.weller@mossgreen.com.au Phone +61 3 9508 8888
Charles Leski - email charles.leski@mossgreen.com.au Phone +61 3 9508 8888

For information about other Mossgreen departments, please contact:
email mail@mossgreen.com.au Phone +61 3 9508 8888

** Please note that unsold lots from Prestige auctions are no longer available.

Otherwise, our website remains accessible and free of charge. You can view past auctions, download the Prices Realised Lists, read the numerous articles about public auctions and other important subjects, etc etc.

To visit Mossgreen’s website click here.


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“For a first time bidder, I can say without hesitation that I am dealing with an auction house with the highest integrity. I will have no hesitation whatsoever in leaving large bids on your books once again.” - AN - England (8/8/2011)

“I must give credit to Prestige Philately for devoting entire sales to material I’d have guessed would bomb or perform rather poorly, yet turns out very well…The Thailand collection of Adelaide academic Len Colgan was offered on June 24…Some of the realisations amazed me, and credit to Prestige for taking on such a collection AND getting for the vendor a far better price than any other firm on earth would have garnered…Good to see material from unusual places getting strong results, when offered lotted up carefully and promoted widely…” - Glen Stephens in his “Market Matters” column in Stamp News (August 2011)

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