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20/04/2010

The whole Italian area on auction

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Italian States, Reign, Republic, Colonies and Possessions.. Then San Marino, Vatican and Local Issues: on the 5th of may, the whole Italian Area will be on the market for the second auction by Zanaria Aste. Foreign lots will be present as well, in particular France and Switzerland…






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17/04/2010

Auctions, double appointment with Zanaria

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After the philatelic auction scheduled for the 5th of may, it will be numismatics’ turn on the following day – a novelty for the milanese company. There will be around 160 lots on the market, among which a banknotes collection of Bank of Italy and the biggest collection of  paper money related to Tuscany…





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18/02/2010

19th century elegance, with “Valentines”

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Messages of love? Maybe, or maybe not. What these letters convey at first sight is the elegance and care taken over postal messages one and a half centuries ago.




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16/06/2009

The Bourbon Lily for Parma

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An historic octagon

Two versions were produced between 1852 and 1859, in addition to which there were the postage-due labels which were issued in 1853. This makes up the collection of thirteen pieces representing the Duchy which, under the name of Parma, included Piacenza and part of Lunigiana too (which came under the “etcetera” printed on the last series to be issued).

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23/04/2009

Auction: our first results

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The first ever Zanaria Aste srl public auction has finished, with extremely satisfying results. Attendance was high, with more than 200 people in the hall, while a large number of offers were received by correspondence and by phone. This allowed Zanaria Aste to achieve sales of more than 60%. So the results were not only good but excellent, considering the current climate, and allowed those in the know to bag themselves some real bargains.

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