De Nederlandsche Postzegelveiling B.V. (The Dutch stamp auction) was established in 1942. After a number of management changes the company was taken over by Paul Bulterman and Cees Muis, both well-known in the stamp world. In 1980 they began auctioning coins. They soon established an international auction house which was located in the centre of Amsterdam at Rokin 60. Paul Bulterman was actively involved in the company until 1991 when he was succeeded by his son, Bas. Cees Muis retired in 2003 and was succeeded by Rene Dresken. These changes have not affected the quality of the company. Bas and Rene are both experts in their field.
Letter from De Nederlandsche Postzegelveiling to Lisbon
some remarkable sales:
- Dendermonde center upsight down: 60.000,=€
- 3 Guilder 1817, in remarkable condition: 15.000€
The Dutch stamp auction has a history of narrow cooperation with collectors and we can foresee our clients of advice over the most suitable manner to sell their collection
Rokin begin vorige eeuw. Door de aanleg van de Noord-Zuidlijn nu vrijwel onbereikbaar.
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