SWEDEN – 1950, REGISTERED KUMLA TO ISRAEL

SWEDEN – 1950, REGISTERED KUMLA TO ISRAEL 2020-1.25 QUOTE YOUR OFFER

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

SWEDISH ANTIQUE POSTCARD w/ MINIATURE FOLDING TELEGRAM & STAMP 2020-17.99 QUOTE YOUR OFFER

SWEDEN – 1920, Orange Stamp – Price realized: $1,300

This rare piece was issued in 1920 in series of three different stamps with various nominal values. Only one hundred copies were released that year. The year 1920 was the … Read More

SWEDEN – 1855, Treskilling Green – Price realized: $1,800

Rare green treskilling sold at an online stamp auction of rare stamps. This stamp was sold at one of online stamp auctions for $1,800. In particular, this is the postage … Read More

SWEDEN – 1920, Blue Stamp – Price realized: $2,000

The stamps of this series were put into circulation in 1920, and they were printed throughout that year. Apart from the historical value of this lot, an experienced collector with … Read More

SWEDEN – 1921, Violet Stamp – Price realized: $3,500

This beautiful violet stamp was sold at one of Daniel F. Kelleher’s auctions in 1921. It is known that such stamps were used throughout nine years. Since there were not … Read More

SWEDEN – 1855, Treskilling Green – Price realized: $8,500

In 1855, the country issued its first postage stamps depicting the Swedish coat of arms of five denominations. The 3-skilling one shown above was printed in blue-green. Stamps of this … Read More

SWEDEN – 1879, Dies Error – Price realized: $9,420

This stamp of 1879 has an error in the inscription, which made it very valuable. In particular, this stamp with a face value of 20 ore contains an error in … Read More

SWEDEN – 1918, King Gustav V – Price realized: $10,000

The stamps of this series show a portrait of one of the most contradictory figures in the history of the country. After the death of the king, his portrait in … Read More

SWEDEN – 1944, Block – Price realized: $23,300

SWEDEN – 1944, Block of 10 stamps has never been issued by the Swedish postal service. As a rule, stamps with a nominal value of 3.20 kronor were used. However, … Read More