Regency Superior Auctions



2015-06-26 10:45:35

Regency Superior is an American auction house with offices in Los Angeles, California and Saint Louis, Missouri. The company specializes in the sale of stamps, coins, autographs and memorabilia.

About the company

The company was founded in 1929, and has experience in selling the highest level of collectibles. They are one of America’s leading auction houses specializing in postal history, trading cards, baseball memorabilia, historical autographs and space memorabilia.

Their team of experts includes:

  • David M. Kols – President
  • Alan Lipkin - Senior Vice President
  • Penney O. Kols - Vice President, Marketing
  • Wayne Youngblood - VP, Consignor Relations
  • Tom Jozwik - Consignor Relations

Plus a team of lot describers.

These are:

  • Michael Goldman
  • Walter Morris
  • Lindsay Cann
  • Charles Lee Grassman
  • Robert Ortega

Departments and auctions

The company deals in items organized into seven categories, which are:

  • Stamps and postal history
  • Coins and currency
  • Space memorabilia
  • Sports memorabilia
  • Hollywood memorabilia
  • Judaica and Militaria
  • Historical autographs

Each of these categories is represented by lots in auctions held at their galleries in Saint Louis and Los Angeles, along with a number of other sales held across the U.S. Live online bidding is also available in these sales.

The company is also the official auctioneer for several national stamp shows throughout the United States, including:

Auction catalogues


Notable sales

Postage stamps

  • An extremely rare 1880 90c Dull Carmine Perry Reprint sold for $28,080 in June 2010
  • A mint-condition 1909 Washington 5-cent Blue on bluish paper, sold for $15,210
  • A 1944 Juan De La Cruz ‘Victory’ Handstamp sold for $23,400


  • The Gemini space suit designed for astronaut Alan Shepard, sold in April 2010 for $187,500.
  • The famous ‘Nail Mirror’ suit worn in concert by Elvis Presley, sold for $172,500
  • A 1964 Soviet Berkut spacesuit used during testing and training for the first space-walks, sold for $31,590


  • A black & white negative portrait of Marlene Deitrich by photographer Edward Steichen, sold for $14,625
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