Volume 48 – #24

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Volume 48#24

March 12 – March 25, 2024

Described in the auction catalogue as ‘a spectacular, unique’ composite die essay, Lot 501 sold for $105,000 plus the 18.5 per cent buyer's premium.

Lundeen Admiral collection offers bidders ‘last chance’ to acquire ‘prized items’

Collectors will have one last chance to own “some of the most prized items” in the legendary Glen Lundeen Admiral collection, including two “one-of-a-kind” latheworks and an “incredible” composite essay. “This is the third and final portion of Glen Lundeen’s Admiral collection,” says Eastern Auctions’ chief describer Yohann Tanguay. “It will be your last chance to secure some of the prized items that have graced this legendary collection.” Part 3 will be sold on March 9, offering 632 fascinating lots. Continue reading →

One- and two-page exhibits offer a new challenge
Page 1
International Association of Philatelic Experts appoints first Canadian as its vice-president
Page 1
Rare Ontario covers, Canadian classics up for grabs in latest Maresch sale
Page 10
Philately should lead to tranquillity
Page 16

CSN Marketplace
Are you buying or selling?
Page 20
Show & Bourse
Check out the shows in your area
Page 23
Ian Robertson
Looking Back
New Brunswick-built Marco Polo sailed to 19th-century worl
Page 6
Randy Heimpel
Websites help collectors organize their stamps
Page 8

Mike Smith
Pugh produced impressive range of postcards
Page 11
Ian Robertson
Stamping Grounds
Expect more FIFA stamps when world’s biggest sporting even
Page 14

Robin Harris
New Issues
From around the world
Page 18

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