Cherrystone Announces Their Participation In The Upcoming World Stamp Show
Cherrystone announces their participation in the upcoming world stamp show.
<p>Cherrystone announces their participation in the upcoming world stamp show. The show titled “The Largest Stamp Show in the US” is scheduled to run from May 28-June 4, 2016 at the Jacob Javitis Convention Center in New York. Admission to the event is free throughout the 8day show.</p> <p><strong>The World Stamp Show</strong></p> <p>The world Stamp Event is held once in a decade usually in a year ending with either “6” or “7”. This is in honor of America’s first postage stamps that were issued in 1847. This once in a decade exhibition has been held in the U.S for the last century.</p> <p>The Company will represent with a booth at the exhibition. Ahead of the May 2016 Stamp Show, the auction company has scheduled sales every 6-8 weeks. This is in line with the company’s policy to hold public sales at the New York City Auction galleries every 6-8 weeks. The upcoming sales will feature auctions and deadlines for consignments.</p> <p>The forthcoming stamp show is expected to attract over 200,000 people including beginner stamp collectors, advanced stamp collectors and an array of buyers. It is expected that over 200 stamp dealers will be present selling and buying an assortment of items including stamps, covers, postcards and other philatelic supplies.</p> <p>The event will also attract over 50 postal bureaus including the U.S. Postal Service and U.N postal administration who will be selling their most recent stamp issues. The show will display over 4000 exhibits of frames, medals and prizes</p> <p><strong>Bidding</strong></p> <p>Individuals willing to participate in floors auctions but for some reason cannot be there in person can bid live via the internet. Cherrystone has a live channel online; <strong><a href="https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/live/">Cherrystone LIVE</a></strong> . Furthermore, the company has a number of auction agents who can act of individuals who are not able to be present online. The auction agents represent the absentee by executing his/her written bids.</p> <p>Other methods of bidding include: filling in an online bid form, submitting bids online through the company’s online auction catalogue, emailing bids, and sending bids through fax or phone. Notably, an individual’s bids are treated with high level of confidentiality. Individuals bidding must adhere to the company’s terms of sale.</p> <p><strong>About Cherrystone</strong></p> <p><strong><a href="https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/">Cherrystone</a></strong> was originally founded as a retail store in 1976. Over the years, it grew to adopt the model of an online stamp store. Although it is primarily located in New York City, Cherrystone has collectors all over the world. The company’s sales feature stamps from United States, Asia, China, France, Britain, Poland, and Russia among others.</p> <p>Cherrystone has gained credibility in the auctioneering business over its years of experience. It has since amassed 45 years of experience and knowledge in philatelic auctioneering. In addition, the company is a member of major U.S Philatelic Societies such as ASDA, collectors Club of New York, Rossica among others.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion</strong></p> <p>Over the years, the stamp business has seen a remarkable change where most stamps are sold through auctioning. Auction houses act as the bridge between the customers and the stamp collectors. Although by selling at actions one does not receive payment immediately, sale by auction has proven to be the most reliable and profitable of philatelic sales. It favors both experienced vendors and vendors with limited or no experience.</p> <p><strong>Contact:</strong><br />Cherrystone Auctions, Inc.<br />Toll Free: 800-886-9313<br />Phone: 212-977-7734<br />Fax: 212-977-8653<br />119 West 57th Street, Suite 316, New York, NY 10019<br />Email: email@example.com<br /> <strong><a href="https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/">https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/</a></strong></p>