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Cherrystone Auctions, a premier stamp auction house located in New York City, has refreshed the stock of its online stamp store. The auction house maintains the stamp store in addition to holding frequent public auctions that feature a wide selection of stamps, stamp-related material and other material related to postal history. Cherrystone also maintains separate websites for their auction-related endeavors and their online store, both of which are provided in the contact information below.

Cherrystone’s online stamp store features stamps from a variety of different countries and territories. Among the recent additions to their stamp store is a set of German stamps issued in 1936; the stamps were issued to commemorate the 1936 World Congress For Recreation and is available in a set of two in blocks on four—condition-wise, the stamps were never hinged and display few gum creases. The German stamps, four on sea green and four on burgundy-colored backgrounds, depict a man with a hammer slung over his shoulder next to a woman releasing a dove.

Another stamp recently added by Cherrystone to their online store originated in the country of Vietnam; the Vietnamese stamp was issued in 1959, commemorating and depicting the country’s policy of Agrarian Reform. The Vietnamese stamps are sold in a vertical trial color strip of three in unissued denomination, with the stamps being listed as lightly hinged. The three stamps, two with green-colored backgrounds and one with blue, show shadows of a Vietnamese farmer and a team of oxen behind a Vietnamese farmer driving a tractor, thus representing a transition in agricultural methods.

The New York City auction house frequently refreshes the stock of their online store, which is searchable by both country/region of origin and by stamp topic. Visitors to the stamp store can view and purchase stamps from the United States, Great Britain, Russia and Asia, among many other countries and regions. Stamps with images related to animals, science, motorcycles, mushrooms and space are all available. Most stamps in the store feature a quality, full-color image of the item and all include brief descriptions of the stamps and details about their condition. Further details about the newest additions available to collectors can be found at

Cherrystone is also accepting online bids on all items included in their current public auction. The ongoing live auction will conclude with a two-day event, open to the public at their location in the heart of New York City on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 25th and April 26th. The current auction includes stamps and postal history from the U.S. and all over the world. Information concerning the lots offered can be found at

Cherrystone Auctions brings over $30 million in stamps and postal history to market on a yearly basis. They focus on including exceptionally rare and quality stamps in each of their public auctions. Additionally, Cherrystone also provides consignment services that assist individuals and estates with selling stamp collections. For more information on their online stamp store, current auction or consignment services, the company may be contacted by using the information provided below.

Company: Cherrystone Auctions, Inc.
Phone: 212-977-7734
Toll Free: 800-886-9313
Fax: 212-977-8653
Address: 119 West 57th Street, Suite 316, New York, NY 10019
Email: [email protected]
Bids Email: [email protected]
Online Store:

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