On the occasion of the 122nd Gert Müller Auction we can offer you an enormously extensive and substantial offer of international philately. Numerous valuable single lots and collections from all over the world will be auctioned. Rarities from Liechtenstein including varieties, Swiss classics with Basel doves, a luxury cover Zurich 4 Rp., postal stationery cut-out from Geneva on cover, Bavaria with several „Schwarzen Einsern“ including rare covers, Heligoland with rare values from a specialized collection, as well as numerous other top items from the German Empire, German colonies including China 50 Pfg. handstamp on piece, Upper Silesia with the rarest overprint values and a very good part of post-war Germany.

The collections and estates section is excellently filled with substantial country and specialized collections, collections and lots of Zeppelin mail, extensive letter stocks, extensive estates and large lots, favourably priced lots of the trend area China, as well as an impressive offer in the supplementary catalogue, including a fantastic specialized collection SBZ with numerous certified rarities.

In the coin area, we can offer you an extremely extensive range of collections and lots in both the main catalogue and the supplement. These include gold coins, extensive holdings of silver coins, a complete estate with exceptional rarities including Hamburg etc. In the jewellery section, exquisite individual pieces, mainly from inheritances, will be auctioned. Particularly beautiful wristwatches from well-known brands are also on offer.

We would be delighted to welcome you in person at this auction. Of course, you can also send us your bids in writing or by email. With the exception of single lots, it is also possible to participate directly in the auction online. To do this, you must register in good time on our homepage or with Philasearch. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


The 121st Gert Müller Auction, which took place from February 21st – 24th 2024, was particularly characterised by a huge turnout of motivated buyers from all five continents. We saw a record participation of a total of 499 registered online bidders, which led to numerous unexpectedly high hammer prices. For example, a rare Zara error from the “BENEDIKT” collection fetched a record price of € 28,000 (lot 2166, estimate: € 18,000). A rare multiple franking from France of the 10 C. Napoleon in a block of four fetched € 10,500 (lot 3193, estimate: € 5,000). As usual, substantial collections were particularly sought after, often achieving spectacular hammer price of up to 26 times of the estimate. For example, a specialized collection from Baden realised € 70,000 (lot 1, estimate: € 40,000), an old estate from Rhineland-Palatinate with collections from all over the world fetched € 98,470 (lots 1A – 2B, estimate: € 47,800) and a collection of Germany achieved € 15,000 (lot 2P, estimate: € 8,000).  The focus of our international clientele was a consignment from the Netherlands with a focus on China and Korea, which was sold completely and realised an incredible hammer price totalling €134,620 (lots 13-15D, estimate: €27,600). Numerous bidders from various Asian countries including China, Japan and Korea were also involved in this impressive result. A collection People’s Republic of China from 1949/69 fetched impressive € 13,000 (lot 13L, estimate: € 2,000), a collection Korea Empire fetched € 5,800 (lot 13U, estimate: € 1,000), a lot of covers from South Korea fetched 5,000 (lot 14, estimate: € 500). A mint collection of the People’s Republic of China from 1949/2020 almost complete realised enormous € 75,000 (lot 2499, estimate: € 40,000), a lot of the People’s Republic of China fetched € 4,800 (lot 2507, estimate: € 500), to name just a few examples. Numerous collections and estates from Germany and Europe were also in high demand and often realised astonishingly high increases over the estimates. A total of 143 consignors entrusted us with their treasures for this auction, of which 121 were able to sell their entire consignment.

There was also a strong demand for coins, with a very extensive and substantial range of lots, collections and estates. For example, a collection of commemorative coins of the Federal Republic of Germany including gold coins realised a hammer price of €49,000, a collection of coins of the German Empire fetched €7,000 (lot 6682, estimate: €2,000), a collection of Russian coins fetched €9,000 (lot 6661, estimate: €5,000), a coin estate fetched €11,000 (lot 6663, estimate: €5,000), to name just a few examples. In the numismatic arera, too, almost all consignors were able to realise a complete sale.

If you would also like to sell your stamps, coins, banknotes, postcards, letters and jewellery by an internationally active auction house, the 122nd Gert Müller Auction, which will take place from May 22nd – 25th 2024, offers you the best opportunity to do so. We have been in existence since 1951 and are one of the companies with the highest turnover in this business. You will receive an advance on the expected result at the time of consignment. Your consignment will be presented in the best possible way. We are happy to create elaborately designed special catalogues for you for suitable consignments. The guarantee of a complete sale is also possible by prior arrangement.

Our experts Holger Thull, Carsten Bernhard, Michael Böttcher and Torsten Rosskopf are now travelling all over Germany to receive your consignment. Arrange your personal appointment at your home on

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Of course you can also make an appointment at our company by telephone.

Record price for Baden cover!

Result: 192,000 Euro
(Hammer price including fees)


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