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Romania continued...
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
944 Romania: A used middle period selection on stock pages, incl. 1903 Post Office 2l. and 5l., 1906 Jubilee set, etc. (100s) Est. £100-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Russia
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
945 Russia: 1946 Revolution miniature sheet used and 1950 Moscow Building Plan set used, good to fine. Michel cat. €400. S.G. MS1224c, 1657-1664. Est. £60-70


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
946 Russia: An accumulation of covers, early to middle period, incl. postcards, postal stationery, pre-stamp and stampless covers, censored mail, Red Cross, Inflation period covers, Ukraine, etc. (100s) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Russian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
947 Russian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire: A collection in three albums, incl. 1863-66 6k. thin paper mint, 6k. on chalky paper mint, 1865 (10pa.) unused, 1865-67 (2pi.) unused and used, 1872-90 horizontally laid paper set mint, 1909 (May) sets mint (4), 1909-10 overprinted sets complete mint, 1913 Romanov sets mint (2), etc. (100s) Est. £700-900


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Russia: Ukraine
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948 nh Russia: Ukraine: 1918 Luboml Local City Post 5h. to 50h., unissued set of five values in imperforate mint pairs, a few slight creases, otherwise fine and scarce. Est. £100-120


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Saint Helena
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949 / On piece, front, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1961 Tristan Relief Fund, the original public notice displayed in the island post office to publicise the Relief set, some folds and creasing. Also Derek Worboys’ facsimile of the notice. Photo. (Image1) Est. £400-500


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
950 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1961 Tristan Relief Fund 3d. on 21/2c. to 1s. on 10d. set with Oct. 12 first day c.d.s’s on picture postcard showing albatross chick, fine. Diena certificate (1966). Photo. (Image1) Est. £1,500-2,000


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
951 Saint Helena: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection on leaves, incl. 1856 6d. blue unused, 1861 rough perf. 6d. unused, 1863 1d. types A and B mint, 4d. unused, 1864-80 6d. unused, 1890-97 set overprinted “SPECIMEN”, 1903 sets mint and used, 1934 Centenary set mint, 1912-16 set mint, 1938-44 set mint, a very good range of later issues to 2002, postal stationery, etc. (many 100s) Est. £800-1,000


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
952 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1840 Ship Letter entire from the ‘Mead’ correspondence, headed “St. Helena/16th Sept 1840” and sent by the wife of superintendent surgeon George Mead to her son in London, rated “31/2”(d.) ms. handling fee and “8”(d.) representing the ‘all-in’ Ship Letter rate introduced in Jan. 1840, with stepped “PORTSMOUTH/SHIP LETTER” with Nov. 5 arrival on reverse. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £300-350


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
953 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1852 incoming packet letter, a small envelope addressed to Capt. Edmund Palmer R.A. or Mrs. MacBean, endorsed “By Extra Mail to Cape/or other ship”, rated “1/-” with Bath “JY 30/1852” despatch, Paid c.d.s. in red, and receiver’s notation “Recd. Septr. 14th 52/pr HMS Bloodhound/from Ascension”, slight soiling. Palmer prepared his famous ‘Military sketch’ or survey of the island between 1850 and 1852. Ex Groten, Heijtz and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
954 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1874 (July 11) entire to France, a rare early example of the 7d. rate paid by 1871 1d. and 6d. with dumb cancellations and despatch c.d.s., carried on the “European” with London Paid, Angl. Amb. Calais and Bordeaux à Paris transit datestamps, Aug. 2 Nantes arrival, noted “3”(d.) for British share of postage. In 1870 the rate to France was reduced from 8d. to 7d. per 1/4oz. in accordance with the new general foreign rate of 1s.2d. per 1/2oz. Ex Heijtz and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £1,000-1,200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
955 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1880 (Mar. 27) packet letter entire to Nantes, France bearing perf. 121/2 2d. yellow type C and perf. 14 x 121/2 1s. deep green with dumb cancellations, despatch c.d.s. below, noted “71/2” in ms. and carried on the “Warwick Castle”, French transit backstamp. The 1s.11/2d. per 1/2oz. general foreign rate was introduced on Apr. 1 1877 but due to the unavailability of 1/2d. stamps until 1884 this was rounded upward to 1s.2d. for single rate, the double rate charged correctly as 2s.3d. Photo. (Image1) Est. £300-400


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
956 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: 1895 (Aug. 7) 1d. concessionary rate soldier´s envelope endorsed from “No 57098 Gunner Wm, Fitzgerald RA St. Helena” to England, countersigned by commanding officer with three line handstamp “CAPTAIN R.A./COMMANDING ST HELENA DET R.A./ST. HELENA.”, franked 1893 1/2d. green (2) cancelled by ‘quartered circle of bars’ type 05.04 dumb cancellation with despatch c.d.s. alongside. Ex ‘Jamestown’, Ayre, Deakin and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £800-1,000


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
957 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: Anglo-Boer War, 1900 (Sept. 15) 1d. stationery card (reply half) unusually addressed to the “Imperial Government/Dar es salaam/German East Africa” with message from Col. Count von Braun at Deadwood Camp requesting permission for his son to be transferred upcountry, with type 1 “CENSOR/PRISONERS OF WAR” cachet initialled “E.W.” (E. Walton), with transit and Nov. 16 arrival datestamps. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
958 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: Anglo-Boer War, 1901 (July 8) envelope to Heusden, Holland, by Capt. B.G. Verselewel de Witt Hamer with enclosed signed autograph letter dated June 22 written at Walbro Cottage, franked 21/2d. tied by fine ‘circle of bars’ type 05.20 dumb cancellation with type 1 “CENSOR/PRISONERS OF WAR” cachet initialled “F.W.A.” (F.W. Alexander), transit and arrival backstamps. Ex Leroux and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £180-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
959 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: World War I, 1918 (Mar. 31) picture postcard of The Wharf to England with rectangular framed “PASSED BY/CENSOR” type 1 without initials, franked 1912 1/2d. (2), message noting difficulties in landing “Our cutter was stove in when returning from visiting the last steamer”. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
960 / c, entire, etc. Saint Helena: Official Mail, 1931 to 1976, selection of six stampless O.H.M.S. envelopes to England except the first, with Colonial Treasury and “POST OFFICE/(crown)/ST. HELENA” marks, five with “OFFICIAL PAID” mark, incl. 1931 (May 17) to the British Naval Commander-in-Chief at Simonstown with very early use of type CH 9 “THE CASTLE” double oval datestamp (day date in ms.). Ex Cottis. Est. £100-120


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
961 / c, entire, etc. imageSaint Helena: Airmails, 1936 (June 21) envelope (official embossed) to Hampshire franked by 1922-37 1/2d. and 8d. paying correct rate of 2d. letter rate + 61/2d. airmail fee, with blue bilingual “BY AIR MAIL” label, trivial opening tear but attractive and very rare with only a handful of surviving examples recorded. Ex Heijtz and Cottis. In June 1936 an airmail service via South Africa was introduced, mail being carried by sea to Cape Town and from there by air. Photo. (Image1) Est. £400-500


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Saint Lucia
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962 Saint Lucia: A mint and used collection in a stockbook, Q.V. to Q.E.II, incl. range of Q.V., K.G.V to 1s., 1935 Silver Jubilee 21/2d. variety ‘dot to left of chapel’ mint, a few minor flaws, etc., slightly mixed condition. (100s) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Saint Vincent
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963 Unmounted imageSt. Vincent: 1904-11 Watermark Mult. Crown CA £1, unmounted mint, minor gum disturbances, otherwise fine. S.G. 93, cat. £275. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.

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