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1920, violet handstamp overprints "4 rub" on 4 k. and "10 rub" on 10 k. on 7 k. (two vertical pairs), neatly tied by cds.
"YAKUTSK -4 2 21" to parcel receipt card to village Vytim, together with Arms 20 k. on 14 k. (vertical strip of five, revalued to 20 roubles each), correctly paying the 144 roubles tariff for 16 funt weight parcel, reverse arrival cds. "VITIM IRKUT.
17 2 21". Light archive fold away from the adhesive, of no importance, very fine, a rare usage, sign. and certificate Ceresa (2013) (Geyfman-Nr. 6, 9)
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1879, 2 k. black/rose, together with 1884 1 k. orange (two singles), 7 k. blue and 10 k. red/green (horizontal pair and single),
all neatly tied by cds. "ROPIT CONTANTINOPLE 25 FEV 91" to registered envelope to Berlin, adjacent blue single line "ZAKAZNOE", reverse transit cds. "ODESSA 27 FEV 1891" and Berlin arrival cds. "14/ 3. 91"; very fine, an attractive and scarce
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LEVANT-ZEMSTVO: 1892, Kharkov Zemstvo 5 k. blue/silver, tied in transit by oval handstamp "KHARKOV DIST. ZEMSTVO ADMINIST. - 92"
to an envelope to the village Osnava, sent from Constantinople, bearing on reverse Russian Levant 10 k. red/green paying the maritime fee and tied by cds. "CONSTANTINOPLE JAN. 93", transit cds. "ODESSA 28 JAN 1893" and "KHARKOV 31 JAN"; very fine, a
very scarce mixed franking (Schmidt-Nr. 28)
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1857/1922, interesting unused and used group of stamps, better items like Mi.-Nr. 7 used, Mi.-Nr. 168 yII on thin paper unused, St Petersburg 1863 Local used with red cds., two repaired, mostly fine to very fine, many with certificates
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1864/1950 (ca.) nice stock in 4 stockbooks with a lot of interesting material like Mi. Bl.11B, Levante Mi. 1y and z, some proofs, multiples, etc
1918/42, unmounted mint/unused and used collection neatly housed in one album, mostly unused in fresh
condition, a few duplicates, fine to very fine
1866/1923, interesting group of over 20 covers, incl. Civil War, Russian Post in China, some rare items like Mi.-Nr. 18-19 and 21-23 Five-Colour franking to Paris (front only), 19xF error "V" instead of "3" (certificate Mandrovski), 137 and 138 on
cover and postal receipt, 1923 Mixed Franking RSFSR and USSR with Reclame Vignette (faults) on registered envelope to New York, 1922 Inflation cover (certificate Leupold), etc.; mixed condition, an appealing specialist lot.
1863/1934, over 70 covers in one stockbook, with stampless, inflation and feldpost mail, destination Palestina, etc., mixed condition
Post office at Smyrna: 1882, Commercially used corner cover with blue "SAMIKON IGEMONIKON TACHYDROMEION EN SMYRNI" (Kosmidis
type A2), prepaid, with boxed "PLIROMENON" (Kosmidis type A3), sent to Carlovassi, Samos, via "SAMIKON TACHYDROMEION EN L. VATHEOS 2.21.1882" (Samian P.O. at Vathy). Very rare. Signed Wenkums
1851/2006 (ca), unused and used, later mostly only MNH collection in 4 volumes, including many good issues such as Denmark Mi. 2 and 10 (unused and used), Sweden Mi. 1,3, 4, UPU and birthday complete, Norway Mi. 1 (5), Färoer Mi. 1 on cover, etc.,
etc., some signed or with certificate / findings. A very attractive object.
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1851/1985 Denmark with 1945/1980 Norway mint and used, with a selection of covers, contained within a KABE album, includes a respectable array of used Denmark from early to modern, mixed with many fine, in addition a sheet from USA, Greenland and
minisheet from Austria.
1854/1995 (ca.), mostly used collection in three stockbooks, incl. some official and postage due stamps, together with a few postal stationeries, occasional faults in the early issues, otherwise mostly very fine
1900/2016(ca), enormously extensive collections Aland, Denmark, Finland, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, always some better early issues, the Schwerpupnkt but on the very comprehensive, mostly mint never hinged subscription goods,
including very comprehensive yearbooks and stamp booklets, plus FDC and other postal products, all in 20 large boxes
1954/55, drift envelope experiment in the North-East Atlantic, 4 cards from Faroe, Iceland and Norway to the National institute of oceanography at Wormley, GB
"ULTRAMAR": 1901/12 (ca.), unused group of over 35 postal stationery cards, envelopes and reply cards with the security overprints from the Portuguese UPU postal archives for the colonies, incl. "COLONIAS", "SPECIMEN" and "ESPECIMEN", together
with some wrappers (11); some toning and mixed condition, a very scarce specialist group
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1938/1945 selection of postal history covers, predominately Slovakia, with a small amount of Hungary and Czechoslovakia, contained in an album, comprising many varied frankings, single and combined, includes early Slovakia State overprints,
registered, express, postal staionery uprated, cards, very rare postmarks and covers, also adhesives used on Court document, German Fieldpost cachet in red on 1940 card franked with 1 k. and 20 h., many interesting usages, in mostly fine condition, a
1924, Lenin Mourning, 6 k. Photographic Essay in sepia, imperforated horizontal pair on glazed card, unaccepted design by
Dubasov, tiny stain of no importance on reverse, otherwise very fine and rare
1924, Lenin Mourning, 6 k. Photographic Essay in black, imperforated horizontal pair on glazed card, unaccepted design by
Dubasov, right essay insignificant natural paper abrasion spot and tiny paper weakness at the lower left corner, still very fine, a rare multiple
1924, Lenin Mourning, 6 k. Photographic Essay in black with additional red frame, imperforated horizontal pair on glazed card,
unaccepted design by Dubasov, foreign brown paper adhesion on reverse of no importance; very fine, a rare and spectacular multiple
1924, Soviet Definitives 1 k.- 14 k., 20 k.-5 r., all perf. 14¼:¾ or 13½, fresh colours, unused, very fine
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