Selected images from the Winter 2024 - January 20 catalogue are promoted above. The Catalogue with four+ pages of colour images is available here

"Here is a bumper catalogue with plenty of interesting material to check over during the long nights of late Autumn and Winter. It is just the ticket to escape from the excesses of the seasonal festivities and search out opportunities to fill those irritating gaps, add to your collections or, better still, explore a new area of collecting interest. There are plenty of varied items here to excite an interest in something new.
Good hunting

Thanks to all who participated in the last auction. In the end there were 36 bidders and 25 % of lots sold. For this renewal 11 vendors have entered a staggering 900+ lots with around 500 colonial items and 60 lots of postal history as well as a wide variety of literature. Almost 80 percent is new material and the re-offered items have generally been discounted significantly so plenty of interest. Please note there will be no unsolds offered as there is so little interest and the process only serves to delay closure and pay the vendors. Please see the notes after the listing". David Parmley.

Requests for viewing of individual lots by email scans to be sent by 6 January to David Parmley. Enquiries welcome, preferably via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone 07464 926250.

This Auction is limited to France & Colonies Philatelic Society members.  Membership Form.

The next sale will be the Spring Postal Auction closing in May 2024.  Please continue to support the auction by sending material to DAVID PARMLEY - whose postal details are in your Journal), contact may also be made phoning 07464 926250. Or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Three auctions annually are carried out via postal or email bids.

Items for sale in the auction are welcomed, see the instructions outlined in each auction catalogue. Please support the auctions by adding to your collections. Much hard work goes into running them and the reserves are lower than dealer prices! The Society also benefts from the 10% commission charged to vendors.