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Bidding entirely online, in writing or via our commissioners.

No public in Weesp during the auction.

Important information!


As we previously informed you, we are forced to move our Stamp Auction (originally planned from 26 to March 28) due to measures related to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

As management we decided to make the auction at a new time, taking into account the rules from the municipality of Weesp. For this reason, the auction is only possible without audience. Your and our health and safety have top priority.


How and when will the viewing days and auction occur?

Viewing days are from May 4 till 29, Monday to Friday between 09:30 and 16:30. You can then view all the lots, but only after telephone appointment, as we only allow 3 people in each viewing room.

You cannot visit without an appointment! We therefore advise you as soon as possible to make an appointment for the viewing due to the limited number of places. During the viewing days we will take various hygiene precautions. Are you not in the opportunity you can request scans.

We can also browse a collection with you and an expert via WhatsApp. Please send your request by email with your mobile number.

If you want to stay over the hotel “Hart van Weesp” in our village is open, we can help you to book a room, please contact us.


Schedule of auction

Friday, June 5, the "Foreign Day" at 1:00 pm lots 1 to 717 and at 6:00 pm lots 1001 to 1504.

Saturday, June 6 at 12:30 pm lots 2001 to 3153 according to schedule as in auction catalogue listed.

The auction of the Bulterman collection V (grey auction catalogue) is therefore not included in the upcoming auction, but is expected to be featured in fall 2020. Part VI is also in preparation.

You can bid in the following ways:

• In writing (fill in your bid sheet and send or email it to us at

• By telephone (only on lots with a start price of € 1,000 or higher)

• Via one of the three commissioners, who are present at the auction live.

Mr. Lorenz Kirchheim tel. +49(0)40-64532545 e-mail:

Mr. Theo Bakker  tel.+31(0)570-633258(mobiel 0652461402 e-mail:

Mr. M. van den Heuvel tel. +31(0)6-54234526 e-mail:

• Online: we have never offered online bidding as an option before but now we do.

We realized this option specifically for this auction, so you can safely bid from anywhere in the world and from your own place computer, tablet or smartphone. To be able to bid online, you must register via our website register at As an known relation you automatically receive a bid limit of € 10,000. Do you want to increase the limit, you must submit a request immediately after registration so we can approve and adjust. Note: all forms of bidding and registering for the online auction must appear no later than Wednesday 3 June Bidding or registering from June 4 is no longer possible!

We will execute all bids that we have already received.

Collection and sending of your purchases: from Monday June 8 we start sending your purchases and the notes. You can pick up from Tuesday June 9 during office hours, only after telephone appointment. However, we advise you to have your purchases delivered by our transport company GLS.

We will keep very strictly to all regulations and conditions as stated in this letter. We make no exception to this.

These are difficult times for all of us. We believe that we found a safe and good solution with all measures for both our buyers and consigners. We hear from many people that there is a lot of interest from collectors worldwide. The interest and demand for material is high and for this reason we would like to continue this auction. We are also busy collecting material for our next auction that will be in the fall, probably in combination with our Coin Auction. You can consign for this special auction daily by appointment at our office or at your home. We can appraise your stamps or coins professionally.

You can rely on us to take all the necessary precautions to act safe. We trust that you will also deal with the measures taken and that you do not visit our auction house if you are unsure about your health.

With kind regards and good health,

René Dresken, Martijn Bulterman


A new location, which has been organized to our own wishes, our own auction hall and large view and work spaces, better connection, more parking spaces, however the same men knowledge and assessment. If you are not in the occasion to visit us we are also regularly throughout the country. 


De Nederlandsche Postzegelveiling B.V. (The Dutch stamp auction) was established in 1942. After a number of management changes the company was taken over by Paul Bulterman and Cees Muis, both well-known in the stamp world. In 1980 they began auctioning coins. They soon established an international auction house which was located in the centre of Amsterdam at Rokin 60. Paul Bulterman was active involved in the company until 1991 when he was succeeded by his son, Bas. Cees Muis retired in 2003 and was succeeded by Rene Dresken. In 2013 Martijn Bulterman joined the company. Martijn is a well known person concerning coins and stamps and president of the NVPH (The Dutch Stamp dealer organisation).


Our specialists

Our specialists are the pivot of our organization.

There are several specialists present daily between 10.00 and 16.00. They have a wealth of experience and knowledge about all aspects of stamps, postal history and numismatics. There is also an extensive reference library on the premises.


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