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Cherrystone Auctions Releases Prices Realized for Its June 2018 Auction

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Updated 11:20 AM CDT, Mon, August 20,2018

New York City stamp auction company recently released a list of prices realized for its recent June 2018 stamp auction. The company indicated that it released the list in order to help stamp collectors better understand stamp pricing.

New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/20/2018 -- Cherrystone Auctions, a stamp auction company based in New York City, recently released the "prices realized" for its most recent stamp auction. The company mentioned that nearly 1,300 lots were sold in the June 2018 auction, with prices ranging from less than $100 to over $30,000. Cherrystone mentioned that the auction was primarily comprised of stamps and covers, but also featured other historical artifacts. Cherrystone said that stamps sold at the auction represent a wide historical and geographical breadth. Cherrystone indicated that the purpose of releasing its list of prices realized to the general public was to help increase knowledge about the stamp collecting hobby.

Cherrystone continued its announcement by highlighting some of the noteworthy lots from its past auction. Cherrystone shared that lot 1218, one of the more remarkable lots in the sale, sold for $35,000. According to Cherrystone, this lot consisted of sets of stamps from the British Commonwealth. Cherrystone also mentioned that lot 423 featured an ultra-rare 1886 stamp from Madagascar. According to Cherrystone, the price realized for this lot was $8,500.

Cherrystone also shared that, among the historical memorabilia sold at the auction, a Russian military telegram from 1919 – signed by Joseph Stalin – sold for several thousand dollars. Cherrystone shared that the auction featured several valuable stamps from the former Soviet Union, including a block of 4 Russian air mail stamps from 1935. Cherrystone stated that this block of stamps realized a price of $15,000.

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Cherrystone concluded its announcement by providing company information. Cherrystone mentioned that it has been in business for over 50 years, having started out as a New York City retail store in 1967. Cherrystone emphasized that it remains a family business, with the "third generation" of the family currently acting as Vice President. Cherrystone mentioned that its stamp auctions always feature stamps from the United States, Asia (including China), France and Colonies, German Area (including states, colonies, and occupation), Poland, and Russia. Cherrystone also indicated that it is a member of all major U.S. and European philatelic societies, including the American Philatelic Society, American Stamp Dealers Association, and the U.S. Philatelic Classics Society.

Name: Cherrystone Auctions, Inc.
Contact: Joshua Buchsbayew
Address: 119 West 57th Street Suite 316, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-977-7734 or 800-886-9313
Fax: 212-977-8653

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