Brampton man’s stamp collection worth $10 million

Brampton man’s stamp collection worth $10 million

Brampton’s Ron Brigham, 69, has a collection of the rarest and most exclusive pieces of Canada’s postage stamp legacy. Read more of this article by clicking here For more information, contact Charles Verge at charles@brighamauctions.com.

Brigham Auctions First Sale Announced For February 22, 2014 in Toronto, Canada

Brigham Auctions First Sale Announced For February 22, 2014 in Toronto, Canada

(Brampton, Ontario) – The much awaited beginning of the sale of The Brigham Collection is scheduled for February 22, 2014 with The Large Queen issue of Canada, 1868-1897 being featured. It is the first auction of approximately a dozen other Brigham Collection auctions covering the issues of Canada from 1851 to and including the rarities of the Elizabethan Era. It is estimated that it will take up to four years to dispose of the best collection of Canada ever assembled. The Large Queens (1868-1897), Canada’s first definitive issue after Confederation replaced the postage stamps of the Provinces of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. They were the first Canadian stamps to be printed in the country. The Large Queens are a complex issues with 10 different papers, at least four different perforations, three watermarks (Bothwell, Pirie and stitch) and a host of varieties including…