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Stamp Broker | Trade Expo

Why use a stamp broker?

As a stamp broker we have a network of stamp dealers, all professional philatelists who have been offering collectors and investors the benefit of their expertise for specialized collecting.

We charge the buyer a brokers commission and therefore it is in our best interest to get you the best possible deal. Our network of stamp dealers understand the value and importance of stamp collecting insuring absolute confidentiality at all times.

With our comprehensive resale broker management service, together with our network of trusted stamp dealers locally and internationally, we are able to advise as to the best sale strategy at any given time in order that you, the seller/investor, may maximize returns.

Our Role as a Stamp Broker

 

  • We are completely independent
  • As a stamp broker our role primarily consists of providing a point of contact
  • A stamp broker will introduce clients seeking to buy or sell stamps
  • A stamp broker will ensure a fair and safe transaction
  • A stamp broker will respect the confidential nature of its clients’ transactions
  • As a stamp broker we act as a pure intermediary, taking no positions or dealing risks
  • We are in continual contact with leading players in the major stamp markets
  • As a stamp broker we will ensure that you get professional advice
  • As a stamp broker we offer sourcing of postage stamps and other material
  • As a stamp broker we will assist with valuation and appraisal of single items and collections
  • As a stamp broker we will ensure you receive sound advice and assistance on the sale of any philatelic items/collections
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Country South Africa
City Gauteng
distance: 4,162 Kilometers
Address 392 Frederick Street, Pretoria, 0183, South Africa
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