Russian Postal History.
The first part of the Post History of Russia presents a collection of the rarest items with MUTE cancellations from Russia during the First World War. New opened places of use of mute stamps, previously unknown stamps of identified places, as well as cancellations, known in single copies.
The second part presents all periods of the Postal History of Russia in the 19th and 20th centuries - departures by city mail, rare types of international and domestic exchange, mail cars, and rare postcards. Particularly interesting is the section of postage to Russian monasteries in
the Ottoman Empire (Mt. Athos, Constantinople) and the responses of the monasteries and the Synod. Report forms of sketes, various forms of payments: money letters, transfers, notifications from the Synod about the contribution.
In the third part - the provincial mail of the First World War and rare cases of mail of prisoners of war. Shipments from small post offices, from which you cannot find even peacetime shipments. And also mail of prisoners of war, including letters from Russian prisoners of war in the
organization, money letters to prisoners, rare directions of correspondence of prisoners of war.