Heinrich Kohler

Address:
Hasengartenstrasse 25
City:
Wiesbaden
Zip code / Index:
65189
Country:
Germany
Phone(s):
+49 (0) 611-39381
Public email:
Company web-site:

Auctions Results

2020
27
Germany: Empire 1872 - 1945, Colonies and Offices Abroad, German States
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26
Germany: Occupations WWI & WWII, Local Issues after 1945, Danzig, Memel, Saar
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25
Collections: Germany & All World / Europe / Overseas
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24
Europe: Albania - Vatikan, Great Britain and Commonwealth, Overseas countries
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23
Private Ship Letter Stamp Issuing Companies up to 1900 – The Jan Berg Collection
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23
Europe and Colonies: Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Ireland - Yugoslavia
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23
Russia & Ukraine + Special offer: From Odessa via Constantinople to Mont Athos
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Founding year:
1913
Company specialization:
Stamps
Auctions per year:
2
Auctions Held:
7
Registration date:
Mar 16, 2020
Usual Buyer's Premium (Actual BP view in each auction):
21% Buyers Premium
Payments methods:
About company
Since 1913 the name of Heinrich Koehler has stood for outstanding auctions in the philatelic world. Such a reputation cannot simply be acquired or assumed; every day it encourages and demands new achievements. At Heinrich Koehler, we are aware of this long tradition, and we gladly accept the challenge of its continuance. Not only this - it has become an integral part of our business culture. This durable and lasting success does not come easily. There are definite virtues which cannot be copied, and which distinguish the oldest stamp auction house in Germany. Now in the 21st century, under Dieter Michelson, these virtues of quality, authority and tradition make Heinrich Koehler one of the focal points of world philately. To give more details: a unique knowledge of the market and material for sale (supported by probably one of the most extensive archives in the possession of an auction house), the always reliable handling of business for sellers, buyers and agents - gladly given in a "German" way - and the attractive presentation of material, supported by worldwide marketing. These qualities are those which our customers expect, and are the qualities by which we are rightfully assessed, and which regularly obtain the best results in our auctions.