The Stamps Department, with an average of sold lots above 90% and an increase of the sales value of over 200%, has reached memorable goals in a very short time placing itself within the international panorama among the leaders of the field.
The historical fascination and economic value that have always characterized stamps, envelopes and letters have made Philately one of the most widespread forms of collecting in the world.
Head of Department
Alberto Coda Canati
Cristiana Gani Specialist +39 02 8631442
Cosimo Di Lellis Junior Assistant +39 02 8631441
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By following this positive trend the stamp sector closed the appointment on 22 September with an amount of over € 540,000, 87% of sales, and 140% of base prices' revaluation. The sale's highlights it's for a rare 6 green baj from the Romagna region (€ 22,500) and the interesting revaluation for several lots in Sicily stood out, as in the case of the letter franked by seven copies of the 2 grana estimated at € 1,000 - 1,500 and low for € 5,625 (rights included).
ArtsLife | October 2021
Last spring, at Palazzo Crivelli, we saw the Cosmogram Apollo 14 set a worldwide milestone (€ 30,000). What will we see in the Stamp auction tomorrow, 22 September? "Once again, we have the pleasure of sharing a catalogue composed of very authoritative proposals. The first part is characterised by an important collection of the Old Italian States with sought-after pieces from Sicily - including a letter that has remained "hidden" for almost forty years and has been franked with seven 2 grana [...]".
Exibart | 21 September 2021
A cosmogram, one of the 55 stamped envelopes carried for 9 days on the 'Apollo 14' rocket, which landed in 1971, was auctioned in Milan for a world record amount of 30,000 euros. This was announced by the auction house 'Il Ponte' specifying that 'this envelope is the last to bear the stamp' Delayed in quarantine at / lunar receiving laboratory / M.S.C. - Houston Texas' (...)