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New Auction Dates 2020

Dear Sir/Madam,

Due to the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed the 250th-258th Corinphila auction originally planned for the end of May.

New auction dates: 8-12 September 2020

We support all the protective measures ordered by the Swiss authorities. However, we have to recognise that the completion of the catalogues on schedule is no longer feasible. We hope that we will soon be able to resume catalogue production and that dispatch of the printed catalogues can take place from the beginning of August. The new auction dates of 8-12 September 2020 are subject to the proviso that the situation will have improved by then and will be under control, so that there is no longer any danger to customers or employees.

We will present all the contents of the auction on the Internet as soon as possible. Unfortunately we cannot say exactly when this will be. Please therefore check our website www.corinphila.ch in the coming weeks for the latest information.

Consignments for the auction postponed until 8-12 September 2020 are unfortunately no longer possible. We are pleased to accept consignments for our auction which will take place early in 2021. The team of experts at Corinphila will continue in the current situation to be available to advise you. As far as circumstances permit, you will be able to reach us by e-mail or telephone during normal business hours from Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.. The acceptance of letters or parcels sent by post or carriers (e.g. FEDEX, DHL and others) is guaranteed. Personal visits to the Corinphila offices at Wiesenstrasse 8 in Zurich are provisionally only possible by appointment and subject to official requirements.

The whole Corinphila team wishes you and your families good health with all their hearts; come through the coming weeks safe and sound. Don't lose the joy of philately and let's hope together that we will all experience carefree days again as soon as possible.

Karl Louis     Antoine Clavel