Fusco Auction presents the Rare Stamp and Collections Auction #130 October 20, 2018 @ 11:00 am at 4740 Beidler Rd. Willoughby, Ohio. Absentee bidding has already begun at www.fuscoauctionslive.com/catalog.aspx.
The highlights in this auction includes outstanding quality country collections from the J.S. and Ken Nilsestuen Collection, Award winning aviation exhibit pages from the collection of William Harris, Arctic and Antarctic Covers from the collection of Peter Barretta Jr, Large U.S. & Worldwide Collections, Excellent U.S. & Foreign sets and singles, Exceptional Worldwide Postal Stationery Lots, Many Strong Country Collections and Excellent Postcard Lots with over 60,000 cards.
You can use our new internal live auction software by visiting our web site and then clicking on the “Fusco Auctions Live” link above. You will be able to track your bids, get outbid notices and pay online once you receive your invoice. The buyer’s commission on this site is 15% with a 3% surcharge for credit card purchases. Bid from Stamp Auction Network will also be entered on this site so you can keep up with all of the bidding right up until the start of the live auction, then you can bid live during the auction if you choose to do so.
You can also bid on the other platforms that we have used traditionally including:
Please note that when using these other two bid platforms that the buyer’s premium is 5% higher.
Founded in 1981, Fusco Auctions is situated in Willoughby, Ohio, and caters to an international audience of stamp and sports memorabilia enthusiasts, and antique collectors. They have partnered with Invaluable.com for 100 auctions, to date.
Fusco Auctions features a diverse collection of items, sure to satisfy the most unique and eclectic of palates. An autographed Otto Graham football, a lot of twelve baseballs signed by major-league all stars such as Carlos Baerga, a group of nineteen Sebastian Miniatures (1950-1970), a forty-six piece Gorham La Scala sterling dinner set, an Asian watercolor scroll, a 1955 Elvgren pinup girls Econolite rotating lamp, a pair of Majolica table lamps with Wedgwood finials, an Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) Japanese work on colored woodblock, a lot comprised of South African and Anglo-Boer War Philatelic publications, a Marilyn Monroe offset lithograph by Andy Warhol, and a late Qing Dynasty gold silk thread embroidered jacket, were all highlights of recent auctions.
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Viewings for auctions featuring stamp lots are made available two weeks prior to each sale, by appointment, and public viewings begin in the morning at 9 o’clock on the day of the auction in question. Additionally, appointments may be booked for pre-sale walk-throughs for antique and sports auctions, and a public viewing is made available two hours prior to the start of each sale. A calendar of upcoming auctions is featured on Fusco Auctions’ website, and may be viewed through this link.
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