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One of the significant benefits of APNSS
membership is the mail auction. Each issue of Plate Numbers
generally includes a mail auction of about 160 lots of plate number singles,
as well as plate blocks and other marginal markings.
If you are interested in selling plate
number single material in the APNSS auction, contact the Auction Director
for details and suggestions.
APNSS members may submit bids in the
auction. Minimum bids, bid increments, abbreviations and other
details are listed along with the lots in each issue of Plate
Lots are described using the Scott Catalog
numbering system. Unless otherwise indicated, prices are from the
latest 2018 edition of the Hebert's Standard Reference Guide of Plate Number
Singles, informally known as the "Hebert's Catalogue."
Bid sheets should be mailed to the Auction
Director. Mail early, as tie bids go to the earliest postmark.
Bid sheets can also be emailed to the Auction Director. Email early, as tie bids go to the earliest email receipt date. In the event of same-day tie bids between a mail bidder and an email bidder, the mail bidder wins the tie. After all, we are all stamp collectors!
Lots are sold to the highest bidder, at a
price one bidding increment above the second highest bid. Tie bids
are awarded to the first bid received.
Successful bidders will be notified of the
lots they have won and total amount due. Payments should be sent to
the APNSS Treasurer, unless otherwise directed in the auction description or on your invoice. Please make checks payable to APNSS.
Settlement for sold lots is made shortly
after successful bidders have paid. Sellers are provided a statement
with sale price, less 10% commission to APNSS, and listing any fees.
Settlement checks are mailed to sellers by the APNSS Treasurer.
are published in the following issue of Plate Numbers.
Sellers may be charged .10 per unsold lot as a re-listing fee.
Sellers may wish to reconsider minimum bids or take other actions to
attract bidders' interest in your material. Lots unsold after three
auctions are generally returned to the seller.
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This page last updated February 1, 2019.