Hants & Surrey Branch – July 2018 Auction15th June 2018 by Sam Whiting
For a while, I have been compiling a ‘Prices Realised’ list. I have now decided that, as from now, I will no longer do this, as the amount of extra work is considerable. Sorry. Apologies also to those receiving the list through the post, as somehow, the Printing company managed to reproduce the Jan. ‘Notes’ sheet, not April. So, to repeat my note about stamps, if anyone receiving this list through the post wishes to send a few stamps to defray our costs, these would be very welcome. This is not a demand, just a note, and thank you to those who have sent, without any reminder – appreciated
Once again, I can offer from the Club the usual mixture of sets, part sets, single cards and items from ‘specialists’. Those from ‘the collection’ this time, at Lots 6 – 58, are a little different as they include a number of more usual items, but always in very nice condition, and at a good reduction to tempt you. The ever popular ‘single’ cards continue to provide cards which attract a lot of interest, and this time there are a good number of American cards. Those of you who have bought the new Murray guide will see that many issues have risen quite considerably in price, thus acknowledging how well produced the old American cards were. The football collector has lots Nos. 297 – 310, and from our northern friend Lots 311 – 324, all in at least VG+ condition. Hope we can tempt you with something
A dilemma. Imagine you are, or know a card collector who lives outside the UK, who would be really interested to join us, were it not for the high cost of the overseas subscription? If only there was a way to reduce this cost. And now there is!
Although the Convention has been postponed, the auction will still go ahead with the same finish date of 1st May. Unless there are more lockdown restrictions imposed I am aiming to send lots out to winning bidders on or about 6th May. Of course the
This early American pasteboard representation, part of a set of "Holidays", is a charming way to pass on our St Patrick's Day greetings to collectors worldwide. It has endured two World Wars, and many other historical events of a worrisome nature,
This trade card celebrates the Olney race. It has been run in the Buckingham Town every year since 1445. The participants run with a pancake in a frying pan and must flip it at the start and end. Men are also allowed to compete, but also have to wea