Quest Philatelic Auctions
AS you probably know, Alec Webster, a member of our Society, runs Quest Philatelic Auctions.
Quest is a well-established company, and every one of thir sales have
thousands of lots.
With estimates ranging from a few pounds to a few hundred, there is something for everyone whether you a looking for a single stamp, a set, an accumulation or a whole album.
Although it is a 'postal' auction, you can submit bids by post, email, phone and even fax (if you remember those).
If you are a member of the Epsom And Ewell, Quest Philatelic Auctions will give you free postage and packing on any items you buy, either from the auction or from the Unsold Lots following it.
Their next auction is on October 28. You can download the catalogue here or on the catalogue image (right).
Some items at Quest's next auction
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Germany – Dfutsches for Deutsches error on the 3pf Germania. Occurs twice on some sheets from the no watermark issues of 1902. First one Quest has been able to offer, so perhaps scarcer than SG CV suggests. Fine example in a strip of 3 (illustrated) Lot 2511
Jamaica Repaired Chimney: a striking variety, which occurs on GVI 1/- R11/1 on Centre plate 1. Mint example in block of 4 and Used example in pair lots 1140 & 1141
Gambia Dented frame: a well-known variety that occurs on all the EVII issues, on R1/6 of the left pane. Three examples in the current sale, lots 940, 941 & 942