The auction system has consistently proven to be the best way to sell philatelic material. Auctions allow your collection to reach the broadest range of both domestic and international buyers. Such exposure guarantees that your collection receives the appropriate attention and highest possible prices.

We take pride in producing lavishly illustrated and informative catalogs that will showcase your philatelic collection. Printed catalogs are mailed to an extensive worldwide client list. In addition to the printed catalog, we post auctions on our website and conduct live bidding through Stamp Auction Network. Our internet auctions also allow us to handle material in all price ranges to fully maximize hammer prices on the overall consignment.

If you have any questions about the consignment procedures listed below, please contact our office.

Are you interested in consigning a collection to Kewriga Philatelic Auctions? If so, complete and send the form at the bottom of the page.

Consignment Procedures

Our requirements for consignment include the following:

Minimum Value - We require the total consignment to have a minimum market value of $2,500, with individual lots averaging a minimum of $200. However, we may be willing to waive the minimum for individual lots if items are of exceptional interest.

Commission - Vendors are charged a competitive commission on the hammer price of auctioned lots.

Lotting - Our fee does not include any hidden charges. All lotting and photography costs are included in the commission.

Insurance - Our comprehensive coverage is free to all consignors and is in effect from the moment of consignment until the moment the materials are received by the buyer.

Payment - Prompt settlement is made 45 days from the date of the sale. Any lots placed on extension are paid as they clear extension.

If you’re interested in consigning a collection, please complete and send this form.

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Please enter a detailed description of the collection, including the countries represented, the timeframe, and the estimated value.