Kelleher firm commits to Boston 2026

The U.S.-based Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions has confirmed its participation in Boston 2026 by reserving the first top-end “super booth,” measuring six metres by nine metres, near the show’s entrance.

Based in Danbury, Conn., Kelleher formed in Boston in 1885 through its namesake founder; today, it’s the oldest U.S. philatelic auction house. Its quarterly public auction sales include club, flagship and collection sales, conducting a public auction each month. With additional single-owner sales, Kelleher allows bidders to own worldwide items from entry-level material to rarities. Weekly internet auctions also provide material of interest to intermediate and more casual collectors.

The award-winning Kelleher’s Stamp Collector’s Quarterly, first released in 2015, spans more than 30 issues at (with a free sample of the first issue). The firm has distributed more than 500,000 copies in print, and many more digitally, to philatelists worldwide.

The Boston 2026 World Expo takes place on May 23-30, 2026, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. As of mid-May, three-quarters of the show’s super booths and half-super booths are reserved; however, most size configurations remain available on the show floor. Potential dealers are asked to contact bourse chair Mark Reasoner at for the latest information.

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