Feldman brings on new auction agents, one from Canada

Bill Schultz, of West Chester, Pa., has joined the David Feldman firm as an auction agent for Canada and the United States.

A long-time philatelist and postal historian with more than 60 years of experience, Schultz is also an American Philatelic Society-accredited judge and award-winning exhibitor who has produced more than 50 different exhibits in his lifetime. He’s active in several philatelic organizations, including as the assistant treasurer of the United States Philatelic Classics Society; a board member and life member of the American Association of Philatelic Exhibitors; and a past president of the Pennsylvania Postal History Society. He’s also the author of a monthly column, “The Facets of Exhibiting,” for the American Stamp Dealer & Collector magazine.

“Bill actively assists many exhibitors to achieve their expectations in the world of exhibiting and in the area of postal cover/document restoration,” reads a statement issued by Feldman, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Schultz’s Canadian assistant will be Robert Pinet, of Toronto.

If you are interested in consigning individual items, entire collections or complete exhibits to an auction or a private treaty sale through Feldman, contact Pinet at robert_pinet@yahoo.ca or 1-416-262-2825.

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