Since 1912, the name HEINRICH KÖHLER has stood for outstanding auctions of stamps, covers, documents and collections from all areas of philately.
Our profound knowledge of the market and the material, our reliable conduct of business for buyers and sellers, our reputable presentation and pricing and our top results in all areas of collecting have made HEINRICH KÖHLER, the oldest stamp auctioneers in Germany, into a world-class player in philately.
Auktionshaus Christoph Gärtner. For future auctions we are always looking for single lots, accumulations, specialized collections, complete estates and coins – worldwide. Your consignment is welcome at any time! An insured pickup service by FEDEX is always possible – for large or valuable consignments we can visit you personally. Alternatively we offer OUTRIGHT PURCHASE! Top prices paid immediately, finder‘s fee for agents guaranteed. Please contact us!
Since 1976 Felzmann Auction House has been successfully auctioning stamps, covers and large specialized stamp collections. Felzmann Auction House (Link to https://www.felzmann.de/) among the most innovative German companies in the area of philately and numismatics. All public auctions are broadcast live on the Internet, so that bidders from all over the world can bid live from the comfort of their own homes. Modern marketing and high-quality auction catalogues attract the attention of buyers worldwide. New consignments of stamps and coins are accepted and examined by our experienced experts at any time. The goods are fully insured from the moment they are consigned. A free parcel service or pick up can be arranged. We also offer consigners a direct purchase of their items. Speak to Mr. Ulrich Felzmann directly!
The Bund Philatelistischer Prüfer e.V. website in English. Founded in 1957 the BPP e.V. today is the world's largest association of philatelic experts with more than 100 members covering virtually all German areas and many others in Europe and overseas. So if you have a stamp or cover and need to be sure of its authenticity simply contact 'your' expert.
Germany Philately Society - our 'sister' society in the USA
Many areas of German philately have links with Russian philately. The Worldwide Society of Russian Philately is an excellent Internet society for the study of postage stamps, postal history, postal stationery, revenue and cinderella stamps of Russia and related areas. You can go direct to their "Display Room" if you have any questions which Russian collectors worldwide may be able to help you with.
The Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain. The society is devoted to all aspects of Czech philately, including the German Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Along with an award-winning, quarterly journal - Czechout - the society publishes a number of monographs containing much original research. Regular meetings are organised around the country. Auctions are held containing high-quality material and a packet circuit is in operation.
UK Philately. The UK's national philatelic website, shared by the Association of British Philatelic Societies, the British Philatelic Trust and the National Philatelic Society.
The main web site includes an introduction to philately, details of where to see philatelic collections, the location of local societies across the UK, dealers' associations and UK philatelic magazines.
Individual sites which support the main web site give information on the nature and services of the three contributing organisations and contact details for each.
The Austrian Philatelic Society, with details of its activities and publications, as well more general information on Austrian Philately.
The international forum for Danzig philately - www.danzig.org
The Philatelic Database.com - a website by a team of enthusiastic and experienced philatelists aiming to develop the largest philatelic reference database on the Net.
The Society for the postal history and philately of Saxony - VSP - Verein für Sächsische Postgeschichte und Philatelie.
The British Library Philatelic Collections are the National Philatelic Collections of the United Kingdom. The Collections were established in 1891 with the bequest of the Tapling Collection, and now about 50 important collections or Archives are held, all of which have been acquired by donation, bequest, or transfer from Government departments.
A German/English lexicon specifically designed for philatelic use. Clicking on deutsch or englisch at the top transposes the columns.
This site permits translation of sentences. When using the site enter sentences without subordinating or coordinating clauses to get the best result. If the word you are searching for is not in the online dictionary you can e-mail for a translation - this will be provided and added to the dictionary.
The Arge Krone/Adler e.V. specialises in the study of stamps issued by the German Empire between 1875 and 1900. Their website has pages which show plate flaws in clear detail as well as information about available literature.
Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland. The Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland is the Germany philatelic society of the Netherlands. Our goal is to bring the many aspects of Germany philately under a wider audience, to gain and exchange information and knowledge about the Germany philately, to establish contacts between Germany collectors an to improve the Germany collections of our members. Primarily in the Netherlands (of course) but also abroad.
The Forces Postal History Society. Established in 1952, the Forces Postal History Society was formed to bring together the many collectors interested in the postal history of the Armed Forces of all countries, (and United Nations), at all times, whether in war or peacetime, including the study of postmarks, cachets, postage rates, prisoner-of-war mail, stamps and stationery, censorship and the organisation of military postal services. The Society holds meetings in London throughout the year, produces a quarterly journal and newsletter and the website hosts an active members' forum, where queries can be raised and interesting items posted.
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