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William H. Gross Collection: France and Colonies - German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain Spink Shreves Galleries 2010
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William H. Gross Collection: France and Colonies - German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain Spink Shreves Galleries 2010

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William H. Gross Collection: France and Colonies - German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain Spink Shreves Galleries May 19, 2010

Hardbound, 98 pages, beautifully illustrated in vivid colour trhroughout. 

Excerpt from the sale preview 2010: 

On Wednesday, May 19, 2010 another impressive collection formed by William H. Gross – his collection of France and Colonies, German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain – will be sold at unreserved public auction in New York City. And, again, both Sue and Bill Gross demonstrate their remarkable generosity by donating this sale’s entire proceeds to benefit Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières Emergency Relief Fund. The Gross Collection of France and Colonies, German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain is a remarkable assemblage of highly desirable and seldom seen rarities of Western Europe and its Colonies. There is no question this sale will generate great interest in these collecting areas.

The Gross Collection of France and Colonies, German Offices and Colonies, Italian States and Spain will be appropriately honored and preserved in a special hardbound all-colour auction catalogue. It has been similarly designed much like his catalogues for the now famous sales of his magnificent Great Britain collection (which in 2007 realised the highest amount for any single stamp auction ever conducted), his Scandinavia collection in May of 2008, his British Empire from October 2008, his British North America in November of 2009 and his Confederate States of America, Postmasters’ Provisionals in November of 2009. These and any future Gross Collection sales catalogues will certainly form an incomparable “set” for any philatelic library.





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