Webinar: Everything you didn’t know about the world’s most famous collectors


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Who are the world’s most famous stamp collectors? Discover more about these notable philatelists, what they collected and why their quirky behaviour sometimes got them in trouble, in this expert webinar.

Everything you didn’t know about the world’s most famous collectors


You can view this and the forthcoming webinars in the series with a season pass for as little as £10. Or why not join Stamp Collector magazine and get the season pass completely free?

The World’s greatest collectors are heralded as legends in the philatelic world with it being widely known what they collected and what rarities they possessed. But what is not so well known are some of their quirks, habits, and unusual behaviour.

Find out what you never get told about the world's greatest collectors and which of them got into more than a scrape with this expert webinar!

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About the speakers

Marcus Orsi, Senior Philatelist at David Feldman SA
Marcus joined David Feldman in 1981, and has risen to become the company’s Head of Philately. In this role, Marcus has taken the lead in building upon David Feldman’s legacy by expanding the brand and its international exposure. Marcus has a leading role in business-getting, regularly travelling around the world to pick up new collections for auction. His philatelic specialities include the Middle East, Worldwide Classics and British Empire.

Devlan Kruck, Regional Representative UK at David Feldman SA
Devlan is based in the UK, currently living in Cambridgeshire, a professional philatelist and philatelic journalist for the last eleven years, who’s been studying stamps for over 30 years. He is a member of the Great Britain Philatelic Society (GBPS) and the Cambridge Philatelic Society and had literally hundreds of articles published in philatelic publications, and has been a regular face at all the main stamp shows and fairs in the UK for the last decade, where he has specialised in the supply of GB & Commonwealth material.

The Museum of Philately is a unique digital platform that captures and preserves award winning collectors, collections and rarities, as well as providing the facility to track provenance and pricing information. Find out more at: www.museumofphilately.com