CHINA – 1964, Theatrical Masks of the Beijing Opera stamp – Worth US.$121,009

Republic of China include a number of stamps that for one reason or another were prepared but not issued, and survive only in tiny numbers. One such case was a … Read More

CHINA – 1915, Hall of Classics invert stamp – Worth US.$160,000

Magnificent example of a rare and valuable Chinese invert issue. It is part of a lengthy set first issued in the form of a London printing in 1913. The 1913 … Read More

CHINA – 1980, Red Monkey stamp – Worth US.$184,000

1980 Red Monkey stamp is one of the most popular Chinese issues. It was released to celebrate the year of the Golden Monkey in 1980. Featuring a strong red background, … Read More

CHINA – 1897, The Red Maiden in the Green Robe stamp – Worth US.$444,477

The Red Maiden in the Green Robe stamp is also known as a 2-cent small figure surcharged on red revenue stamps in green. The item was issued during the Qing … Read More

CHINA – 1878, Large Dragon stamp – Worth US.$498,849

Modern mail service started in 1878. The large dragon was perhaps China’s first ever stamp. Three stamps were issued that are collectively known as the “large dragons”. Different coloured dragons … Read More

CHINA – 1864, Olive-colored Queen Victoria’s Head – Worth US.$820,000

The olive-colored Queen Victoria’s head was issued in 1864 with the face value of 96 Hong Kong cents. Initially it should have been printed in a brownish-grey tone. But due … Read More

CHINA – 1897, Red revenue large figures surcharge $1 on 3c stamp – Worth US.$878,908

Red revenue large figures surcharge $1 on 3c stamp is one of the most valuable rare Chinese stamp. As philatelists assert, only 32 items were released. Red revenue stamp was … Read More

SWEDEN – 1889, RARE ANTIQUE POSTCARD w/ MINIATURE FOLDING TELEGRAM & STAMP

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AUSTRIA – 1850, 12kr Coat of Arms stamp – worth $103,500

1850 12kr Coat of Arms is one of the greatest Austrian rarities that were never issued. The design of this item is made in blue and shows the double-headed eagle … Read More

NORWAY – 1855, 4sk Blue used block of 39 stamps, (“Trondheim” block) – worth $1,700,000

“Trondheim” block is the largest known multiply of the first Norway’s postage stamps. This impressive philatelic item was discovered at Trondheim’s Central Railroad Station, affixed to a parcel of documents … Read More