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Worldwide Stamps and Postal History continued...

Imperial Russian Postal History by Theme continued...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip
1041 c Standard # III.75 imageShip Mail. SOVIET PERIOD STEAMSHIP ITEM: 1931-32, advertising stationery card 5k red brown from Vladivostok to Riga, prepared to be sent by a steamship on line ''Vladivostok – Severnye Uezdy'' with appropriate ''Doplat. Par. Vladivost.-S.U.'' postage due marking applied (rate for postcard to Riga was 10k), however sea service was closed due to winter season and card had been sent by usual way, tied by two Vladivostok date stamps of "November 28.1931" and "1.12.31", as well as violet ''T. 25c.'', Riga "4.1.32" arrival and red oval ''24(s)'' another due hs, minor conveyance flaws, still F/VF and rare (Image)

Currently...$ 475.00
Will close during Public Auction
1042 c   imageImperial Censorship in a Peacetime. 1891-1914, six entire wrappers which were used for sending periodicals (only printed matters coming from abroad were censored at that time), sent from France (2), Great Britain, Switzerland (3), addressed to St. Petersburg and Gubernia, Pernau (2 – censored in Riga), Podolia Gub. (censored in Odessa), Vladivostok, minor conveyance flaws mentioned, still F/VF (Image)

Currently...$ 150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1043 c   imageMilitary Mailings. ARMY SUMMER CAMP MAILINGS: 1896, free-frank cover from Griazovets Office of the Military Chief (Vologda Gub.) to commander of 103rd Petrozavodsk Infantry Regiment at that time located in Grodno Camp, official paper seal and special camp date stamp in black on reverse plus all appropriate markings, VF and rare military camp correspondence (Image)

Currently...$ 190.00
Will close during Public Auction
1044 c   imageMilitary Mailings. ARMY SUMMER CAMP MAILINGS: 1897, three free-frank covers addressed to commander of 103rd Petrozavodsk Infantry Regiment, in that time located at Grodno Camp, sent from Offices of the Military Chiefs in Novogrudok and Grodno; and one - from Novogrudok Police Department, each one with violet sender's office seal and special Camp ds in blue on reverse, some conveyance defects, still F/VF and rare group (Image)

Currently...$ 250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1045 c Standard # MK41B imageMilitary Mailings. FIELD POST ON MANOEUVRES: 1902, stationery envelope 7k blue, bearing two different boxed three-line markings ''Field Post on Manoeuvres. Main Field Post Office'' on reverse in violet and very slight on front in red, posted from St. Petersburg to St. Michel (then Russian Finland), postmarked on arrival, VF (Image)

Currently...$ 275.00
Will close during Public Auction
1046 c   imageMilitary Mailings. RUSSO–JAPANESE WAR: 1904, postcard from Orenburg Cossack 9th Cavalry Regiment to Orenburg, delivered by mail car No.264 ''Harbin – Khabarovsk'', arrival marking is alongside, VF (Image)

Currently...$ 95.00
Will close during Public Auction
1047 c   imageMilitary Mailings. RUSSO–JAPANESE WAR: 1905, postcard from 26th East Siberian Mountain Battery to Omsk, endorsed ''From the Mobilized Military Unit'', which was located in Samara before going to the front, arrival marking is alongside, VF (Image)

Currently...$ 90.00
Will close during Public Auction
1048 c   imageMilitary Mailings. THE WORLD WAR I: 1916, In favor of the Society of Saint Eugenia, Charity Red Cross postcard representing Arms of Russia and other Allies of the World War I, excellent quality, unused, VF (Image)

Currently...$ 65.00
Will close during Public Auction
1049 c   imageMilitary Mailings. PRISONERS' OF WAR POSTCARDS FROM ASIAN AND SIBERIAN CAMPS: 1916-17, seven postcards, including 4 sent from Middle Asia camps in Khodjent, Tashkent No.3 and No.4 and Skobelev; 3 others from Far East include four-censor markings from Krasnaya Rechka (Khabarovsk) to Denmark, Pervaya Rechka (Primorye) to Hungary via China and Blagoveschensk to Hungary, as well as censored card from Razdol'noye (Primorye) to Shanghai, appropriate markings, mostly VF (Image)

Currently...$ 140.00
Will close during Public Auction
1050 c   imageRussia on the Eve of Revolutions. 1917 (February 21-22), official postcard from Ivanovo-Voznessensk Post Office to Moscow Post-Telegraph District about the transfer of a specialist, sent two days before, received one day before the February Revolution, closing tear at bottom, still fresh and F/VF (Image)

Currently...$ 90.00
Will close during Public Auction
1051 c   imageRussia on the Eve of Revolutions. PRE-REVOLUTION POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION WITH SEVERAL LATER ITEMS: 1917- 20, 15 postal history items, including five military free- frank mailings, three correspondences addressed to military units (two foreign), three covers to Red Cross Agency in Denmark, as well as free of postage card of 1920, cover to USA with Tsarist stamps franking and POW's card to Germany of 1948, minor conveyance flaws mentioned, still F/VF (Image)

Currently...$ 230.00
Will close during Public Auction
1052 c Sc. #46 imageUnusual Postal History items. 1900, a summons addressed to the chimney sweep master about necessity coming to the workshop with payment of dues, franked by 1k orange, tied by St. Petersburg figure ''7'' postmark with red label ''Insufficiently Franked. Remove from a Mail Box'' attached, usual fold and tiny tear at top, still F/VF and very uncommon (Image)

Currently...$ 75.00
Will close during Public Auction
1053 c Sc. #59 imageUnusual Postal History items. 1908, registered cover from Nustago (then Lifland Gub., now – Estonia) to St. Petersburg, franked by three stamps of 7k blue, three similar St. Petersburg Main Post Office labels ''Received Damaged/ Dirty/Broken Seal'', appropriate markings, filing fold and two pin-holes, still F/VF and an uncommon item (Image)

Currently...$ 70.00
Will close during Public Auction
Imperial Russia
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip
1054 og/U Sc. #1/150, B1-12 imageCollections. NEAT STARTING COLLECTION ON SCOTT ALBUM PAGES: 1858-1918, about 230 mostly mint stamps (17 used), starting with No.2 (used), 5 and 10 unused, mint 19-25 31-38, 41-45, 46-53, 55/70, 73-86 in gutter pairs, 88- 104, 119-35 and etc., some flaws mentioned, generally nice unit, full/large part of OG or used, F/VF, C.v. is about $4,000 (Image)

Currently...$ 550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1055 og/U Sc. #88-104, 105/41, imageCollections. GROUP OF BETTER ITEMS: 1905-17, Russo-Japanese War Charity 3+1k-10+1k (OG, NH), Romanov Dynasty 1k-$5 (OG, hinged) and 22 money stamps, including 4 used values and some color shades, fresh and F/VF (Image)

Currently...$ 95.00
Will close during Public Auction
1056 nh/og bl Sc. #105/41 imageCollections. COLLECTION OF MONEY STAMPS: 1915-17, 56 unused values, representing all four issues of money stamps, singles and blocks, including three imperforated values, one reversal text shift, one without the text, one with perforation error, several color shades and etc., nice quality overall, no gum as issued, NH or LH/hinged, F/VF (Image)

Currently...$ 275.00
Will close during Public Auction
1057 c   imageCollections. POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION OF "1 KOP"' FRANKING: (this rate had been introduced in 1872 for locally sent wrappers containing printed matters, invitations, greetings, congratulatory letters and postcards) 1880-1915, about one hundred postal history items on written up pages, all franked by stamps of 1k orange of different issues, representing several St. Petersburg and Moscow correspondences, but mainly material from Riga, Revel and other cities and towns of Russian Baltics, individually saleable for $50-$75 in average, minor conveyance flaws noted, generally fresh collectible condition, F/VF, Est. $2,000-$2,500 (Image)

Currently...$ 900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1058 c   imageCollections. POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION OF ''2 KOP'' FRANKING: (this rate had been introduced in 1875 for International and Inland correspondences contained printed matters and business papers) 1894-1914, 41 postal history items, mostly foreign destinations originated from Moscow, several from St. Petersburg, Riga, Revel and etc., some usual conveyance flaws mentioned, otherwise fresh and nice lot, F/VF, Est. $900-$1,200 (Image)

Currently...$ 500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1059 c   imageCollections. MOSCOW CITY AND LOCAL DISPATCH OFFICES: 1858-83, 36 items, including nine postal stationery envelopes, representing four pieces with ''2'' inside circular dotted markings and 32 with number inside oval dotted cancellations, including No. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8, three not identified items, various franking and arrival handstamps, F/VF, Est. $900-$1,200 (Image)

Currently...$ 500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1060 c   imageCollections. COLLECTION OF MOSCOW CITY TELEGRAPH OFFICES: 1886-1917, 54 postal history items representing 24 different telegraph offices from No.2 to No.64, including 9 stationery envelopes, letter cards and wrappers, 8 receipts and 10 telegrams, minor conveyance flaws possible, still nice looking unit, F/VF, Est. $1,200-$1,500 (Image)

Currently...$ 750.00
Will close during Public Auction

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