Matthew Bennett

Address:
221 Columbus Ave. Suite 203
City:
Boston
Zip code / Index:
MA 02116
Country:
United States
Phone(s):
617-670-0555
Public email:
Company web-site:
Founding year:
1948
Company specialization:
Coins, Stamps
Auctions per year:
10
Auctions Held:
0
Registration date:
Nov 22, 2019
Usual Buyer's Premium (Actual BP view in each auction):
10% Buyers Premium
Payments methods:
About company
Established in 1948, Mathew Bennett, Inc. is one of the largest and oldest philatelic auction houses in the United States. Serving an international clientele, they emphasize and produce highly accurate lot descriptions in all of their sales. They serve all areas of philately, including U.S. and Worldwide Postal History, U.S. Classics and Gems, Worldwide Stamps, and Autographs. They purchase collections as well as accept consignments for Public Auction and Mail Sales.
One of the few full service auction houses with 3 distinct public auction venues for every part of a collection. High end material-$250 up to $100,000 in our New York City Public Auctions. $50 - $500 range items in our general public auctions. Other consignments in our Collection//Accumulation Public Auctions. We also provide distinctive full color catalogs for single-owner auctions.

Public Auction. Mail Bids Accepted. Fax Bids Accepted. EMail Bids Accepted. Agents Names Available. Limit Bids. Or Bids. Color Catalogs. Custom Prices Realized. Prices Realized. Licensed and Bonded. 80% of lots are illustrated, some are in color. Bid Method: First Advance/Increment over 2nd highest bid. Listed in Catalog: Catalog Values. Foreign catalogs when appropriate. We accept Consignments. The Minimum is $5,000. We do give cash advances. Auction Agents: Scott Taylor, Chuck Cwiakala, Jeff Purser, Frank Mandel, Ahmed.
Specialties: Accumulations, Autographs, British Commonwealth, Collections, Confederate Postal History, Covers, Foreign Stamps and Postal History, Gem quality U.S. and Rarities, General, General and Specialized Foreign, Postal History, United States, United States Classics, United States Postal History.