Auctioneer Ulrich Felzmann founded his auction house in Dusseldorf in Germany in 1976. With a sure feel for current trends and a pioneering entrepreneurial spirit, the auction house emerged as one of the leading German names in the sector, both in terms of influence and revenue. With three major stamp and coin auctions being held every year in addition to various special auctions, Auctioneers Felzmann attracts collectors and dealers from Europe and the world over - a truly international customer base. Ulrich Felzmann garnered particular attention by auctioning three copies of the Audrey Hepburn stamp, the rarest German post-war stamp. One of it was sold for 135.000 Euros - a record so far. All of the stamps and coins entrusted to Auctioneers Felzmann will go under the hammer at its own auction hall, which is located at Immermannstr. 51 in Dusseldorf. Auctioneer and managing director Ulrich Felzmann is an acknowledged expert with years of experience in the field. The auctions are no stranger to highly competitive bidding - it is not uncommon for Felzmann auctions to yield several million Euros in total.