Auctioned Stamps - Price 10 Million

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Some stamps from 1979 up to now the price of Rp. 10 million plus a special bonus of Ancient Money Indonesia amounted to Rp. 1,- (one rupiah) published in 1961. Price still can nego. Seriously interested contact me at this number: 0817 8484 33 or 021 3340 9961.

Below the old money as a bonus from AUCTION

Fauna Stamps

Antique Stamps

Antique Stamps

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7 World's Most Expensive Stamp

Monday, July 19, 2010

1. The Three-Skilling Yellow, is a misprint stamps published by the Swedish government in its first printing in 1855. Where normal postage only (which should be blue-green) are also included rare stamps. Three-Skilling Yellow is one of the rarest stamps and the only one left. This stamp of 1984 sold for 977 500 Swiss francs by David Feldman. Year 1990 sales reached one million U.S. dollars, then in 1996 sold for $ 2.3 million or approximately Rp. 21.85 billion. And each time a record is sold always scored highest as a stamp featuring the most expensive in the world.

2. The first two stamps of Mauritius (1847) are the first two series of stamps issued by the British colonial government. There was only one fruit with the conditions of the first stamps and three stamps unused second also with unused condition. Year 1993 David Feldman auction Mauritius stamps belonging Hiroyuki Kanai produces the highest record. The first orange-colored stamps sold for $ 1,072,260 or approximately Rp. 10 billion more and the second at $ 1,148,850 is also about more than Rp. 10 billion.

3. The inverted Jenny stamps America in 1918 is illustrated Curtiss JN-4 plane and accidentally printed upside down; this is probably the most famous misprint in the world of American philately. Only 100 remaining misprint stamps, making it one of the most valuable stamp misprint; One full block inverted Jenny stamps sold at auction Robert A. Siegel in October 2005 for U.S. $ 2.7 million. And in November 2007 an inverted Jenny stamps sold for U.S. $ 977.500 (Rp 9 billion). December 2007 a mint stamps (unused / unused) with very good condition sold to a Wall Street executive for $ 825,000 or approximately USD 7.8 Billion.

4. British Guiana One Cent Black on Magenta (1856) are among the rarest and most expensive stamps. Stamps printed on low quality paper with black ink magenta, due to emergency conditions. Note there is only one fruit left in the entire world, so this stamp is unique and no other else ever found. Year 1980 has been auctioned to John Dupont for $ 935,000 or approximately USD 8.8 Billion.

5. U.S. Franklin Z-Grill, 1867. This is the rarest of all postage stamps of the United States, only found two pieces remaining. In 1988 a stamp "Z-Grill" one cent in 1868 sold for $ 930,000 or approximately USD 8.8 Billion.

6. Hawaiian Missionaries, 1851 was the first Hawaiian stamps. Because the "Hawaiian Missionaries" roughly printed with paper thin and low quality, just only a few stamps that had been salvaged and is a very rare stamps. Lowest nominal 2 cents in 1851 is the rarest of the entire series, and only the remaining 16 units. A 2 cent Missionary stamp in mint condition (unused) for $ 760,000 and $ 225,000 for Used condition.

7. The Penny Black, was the first official adhesive postage stamp in the world, the UK Government published on May 1, 1840 and came into use on 6 May. The Penny Black stamps actually not rare but include the most expensive stamps. 286 700 Total print sheets of stamps printed with 68.808 million. A Penny Black stamps unused (not used) according to the 2001 Scott catalog price $ 3,000 or approximately Rp. 28.5 million, - and the Used (already in use) for $ 180 or about USD 1.7 million, - per piece.

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Malaysian Stamp Museum

Friday, June 18, 2010

Stamp Museum is one of the state's oldest museum after independence and was once occupied by Westerhout family for 300 years until 1930. The museum showcases not only stamp collections, but also the history of stamps, envelopes, letterheads, postmen’s uniforms during the early 1950’s, 1970’s and 1990’s, unreleased stamps, erroneous stamps, specific themed stamps and many more that you have yet to see.

This is a black and white postcard of Kuching, Sarawak , Malaysia . It shows a beautiful view of The Museum. This postcard was published by G.R. Lambert & Co. Ltd. This postcard was sent to Holland in 1909. So it is one HUNDRED years OLD . The red 3 cent Straits Settlements stamp is still attached on the backside. However slight creases on top left corner it does not affect the picture (see scan) and it is still a great collectable. Condition: good. This postcard should be in every Borneo , Sarawak or Malaysian collection. Buyer pays $ 3.00 for handling and worldwide shipping. Buyer of multiple items can save on shipping. Buyer must make his payment within 14 days. Take a look in my eBay store to make your Borneo , Malaysian or Asian collection complete.

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Singapore Philatelic Museum

Monday, June 7, 2010

The Singapore Philatelic Museum (Chinese: 新加坡集邮博物馆) is a museum about the postal history of Singapore and its stamps. The museum, located at 23-B Coleman Street in Singapore, was formerly part of the Anglo-Chinese School, completed in 1906.
In the 1970s, the building became the Methodist Book Room until it was restored to become the present museum.

Singapore Philatelic Museum opened on 19 August 1995 to promote interest in and the appreciation of Singapore's history and heritage in philately. Besides the permanent galleries, the theme galleries offer a host of changing exhibitions throughout the year. These include displays from the private collections of renowned philatelists, travelling exhibitions from overseas and themed exhibitions to commemorate new stamp issues. The museum has a stamp shop, and is popular with stamp collectors.

There are files where visitors can inspect all of the Republic of Singapore stamps issued. Also on exhibit is a German forgery of a British postage stamp printed uring World War II which intentionally has a printing error which mocks King George VI.

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