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Worldwide Stamps and Postal History continued...

Imperial Russia
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip
1141 c   imagePostal Stationery items. 1861, 5th issue, 30(+1)k brick red on grayish paper, size 144x114mm, fresh, unused, VF, Standard Cat. SK#12, C.v. $175, Est. $100-$150 (Image)



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1142 c   imagePostal Stationery items. PLATE VARIETIES ON ENVELOPES OF THE 5TH ISSUE: 1861, 12 items, including 5 of 10k(+1k) black (gray black or gray), 4 of 20k(+1k) gray ultra (pale ultra) and 3 of 30k(+1k) brick red (pale brick red), each one showing indicia's printing flaws, neatly arranged on exhibition pages, apparently fresh, unused and VF, Standard Cat. #SK10- 12, var, C.v. $1,525 for envelopes w/o varieties, Est. $800-$1,000 (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12)

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SOLD for $ 500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1143 c   imagePostal Stationery items. 1868, two unissued (due to incomparability of envelope size and denomination) 20k blue, size 113x75mm and 140x58mm, insignificant soiling spots, still fresh, unused, VF, Standard Cat. #SK21 var, Est. $120-$150 (Image)



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1144 c   imagePostal Stationery items. 1889-90, stationery postcard 3k red with double impression (one inverted), unused, VF, Standard Cat. #PC12 var, Est. $300-$400 (Image)



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1145 c   imagePostal Stationery items. 1907, ''For Schools of Imperial Women Patriotic Society'', two postcards in brick red or dark brown, representing Atlantes at the New Hermitage, each one with Society seal in red, both are unused and VF, Est. $150-$200 (Image)



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1146 P Sc. #1-2 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1857, a piece of stamp paper with watermark numeral ''1'', which had been used for printing of actual postage stamps of No.1 and No.2, contains vertical pair of watermarks with left margin showing part of additional watermark ''Pochotovye Marki'' (Postage Stamps), no gum as produced, VF and very rare, ex-V. Ustinovsky, Est. $750-$1,000 (Image)

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SOLD for $ 650.00
Will close during Public Auction
1147 c Sc. #6, 14-15 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1867, 3k perforation 12½, 5k and 10k perforation 14½x15 on paper without watermark, used on entire wrapper to Amsterdam, tied by St. Petersburg Warsaw Rail Road ds, appropriate markings on front and receiver on reverse, 5k with some abrasion, mostly F/VF and scarce franking, Est. $200-$300 (Image)

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1148 nh Sc. #19-25 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1866, 1k-30k, complete set of six, printed on horizontally laid paper, five values with selvages, the ''key'' stamp of 20k has bottom left corner margin, full OG, NH, VF, Est. $200-$300 (Image)

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SOLD for $ 210.00
Will close during Public Auction
1149 nh@ Sc. #25, var imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1866, 30k carmine and green, printed on horizontally laid paper, bottom left corner sheet margin block of four, top right stamp with broken ''P'' in ''KOP'' variety (position 81), post office fresh, full OG, NH, VF, Est. $500-$600 (Image) (Image2)

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SOLD for $ 300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1150 og Sc. #25a imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1870, 30k carmine and green, printed on vertically laid paper, nicely centered with strong colors, traces of OG, VF, H. Kohler guarantee hs, C.v. $1,000, Est. $400-$500 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 25a]



SOLD for $ 300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1151 c Sc. #20d x2, 24 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1871, entire letter from Moscow to London, franked by three stamps on horizontally laid paper, including horizontal pair of 3k black and green with ''V'' error of background, transit and arrival markings, usual folds and small tear on reverse mentioned for accuracy, F/VF and scarce franking, Est. $400-$600 (Image)

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1152 c Sc. #22c imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1872, 5k lilac and black, three singles on vertically laid paper, used on cover from St. Petersburg to Berlin, wax seal and all appropriate markings, mostly VF and very rare franking, Est. $750-$900 (Image)

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1153 c Sc. #22c, 24a imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1873, 5k black and violet, 20k blue and orange in horizontal pair, three stamps printed on vertically laid paper (!), used on registered cover from Vasilievskaya volost via Nolinsk to Vyatka, all appropriate markings and arrival ds, slight filing fold, still VF and rare franking, Est. $500-$600 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 22c, 24a]



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1154 S@ Sc. #38 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1884, 70k brown and orange, horizontal strip of three printed on horizontally laid paper, red overprint ''Obrazets'' (Specimen), re-enforced perforation between stamps, otherwise full OG, VF and very scarce, Est. $500 -$600 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 38]



SOLD for $ 350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1155 og Sc. #60 var imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1904, 10k blue, top sheet margin single printed on vertically laid paper with control inscription ''A 05 A'', top right part of the design is missing due to foldover (printed on gum side), full OG, VF, VLH, VF and with high probability unique piece, Est. $500-$600 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 60 var]



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1156 P Sc. #90 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1913, Romanov Dynasty, Alexander III, imperforated plate proof of central vignette for stamp of 3k in rose red, unfinished design (unclear oval), size 26x42mm, printed on thickened chalk-surfaced paper without gum, hinged, VF and scarce, Est. $400-$500 (Image)

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SOLD for $ 250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1157 c Sc. #88-100 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1913 (January 2), Tercentenary of Romanov Dynasty, 1k- 70k, set of 13 ''kop'' values used on First Day registered cover from Kazan to Munich, appropriate markings and arrival ds, envelope is somewhat toned, still fine and very rare item, Est. $400-$600 (Image)

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SOLD for $ 650.00
Will close during Public Auction
1158 nh@ Sc. #107a var imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1915, Romanov Dynasty money stamps, Alexander I, 20k olive green with double impression, left sheet margin imperforated block of four, no gum as produced, NH, VF, Est. $300-$400 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 107a var]



SOLD for $ 200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1159 c Sc. #105 imagePostage Stamps and Postal History. 1915, Romanov Dynasty, money stamp of 10k blue used together with 5k claret on small size registered cover in Petrograd, violet boxed marking ''Removed from a Mail Box'' on both sides, arrival ds on reverse, VF and scarce, since it was prohibited to use money stamps for postage, Est. $150-$200 (Image)

Get Market Data for [Russia 105]



SOLD for $ 100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1160 nh@   imageTelegraph stamps. 1881, 20k black and brown, official reprint in complete sheet of 35 (7x5), vertical and horizontal folds between stamps, full OG, NH, VF and extremely rare multiple, Raybaudi certificate, Standard Cat. #TN1, Est. $10,000-$12,000 (Image) (Image2)

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SOLD for $ 6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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