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Russia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
742   imageRussia, "Red October" Momentous Mostly Mint Collection, 1858-1995, Beginning in 1858, a very good showing of classics from the Russian Empire, but this collection really starts to take off around 1917 and by the 1930s, it's virtually all mint from then on. With the vast majority of stamps in mounts, the first part of the collection is on Scott Specialty pages with a long list of premium sets & singles, such as used #5, 8-10, 12-18, 19-25, 540-45, 546-50, 551-54, 559-68, C53-57, and mint #53, 88-104, 114-16, 250-59, 294-301, 302-03, 304-25, 382-400, 406-08, 479, 485-86, 487, 531-32, 596, 597-604, 647-58, 659-65, 666-677, 678-86, 687-92, 693-97, 698-705, 706-12, 724-33, 743, 794-810, 845-49, 850-51, 852-55, 857-58, 859, 860-66, 867-72, 909-10, 970, 1132-46, 1145a, 1230-33, 1261-64, 1265-67, 1280-83, 1284-88, 1289-94, 1302-03, 1306, 1326-27, 1343-47, 1355-56, 1359-63, 1364-65, 1388-89, 1394-99, 1403, 1411-14, 1427-28, 1442, 1443-44, 1445-46, 1462-63, 1464-68, 1491-96, 1497-99, 1500-03, 1508-9, 1510-11, 1512-14, 1515-17, 1518-25, 1526, 1532-33, 1534-35, 1536, 1541, 1542-44, 1548-49, 1550-51, 1559-62, 1568-83, 1584-85, 1596-97, 1598-1602, 1605-09, 1624-27, 1631, 1680-87, B30-33, C10-11, E1-2, etc. A Minkus album picks up where that left off, an entirely mint collection in black mounts covering the years 1961-95; only 35 years but nearly 400 pages from cover to cover and hardly an empty spot to be found! Also included on pages are the Offices Abroad, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Siberia, Tannu Tuva, Ukraine and others. If that's still not enough, a shoebox crammed with counter pages, glassines and stockcards with many hundreds more mint/used sets & singles. Never underestimate the Russians! overall Fine to Very Fine, a portion of this collection is accessible online. Shipping charges apply - weight 21.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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743   imageRussia, Appealing Collection of Zemstvo (Local) Stamps, nice representative compilation of approximately 330 stamps plus a handful of covers and postal stationery items, beautifully presented in an old-time album on linen-hinged, gold-edged quadrille pages; each locale headlined, with selections from Akhtyrka to Zolotonosha; nice mix of mint and used, several marked never hinged, blocks of four, etc.; generally clean and sound, though expect the occasional condition issue, Fine to Very Fine with much better, a wonderful start to a new collection; imaged in full online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
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744   imageRussia, Large Mint & Used Collection in Albums, 1858-1993, In nine albums and one stockbook of miniature sheets and blocks; an extremely well-filled mix of mint (with a lot of never hinged) & used (mostly CTO) throughout with all stamps in mounts. Plenty of premium material, such as the following as mounted: mint 11, 94-103, 238a-41c, 294-97, 330-35, 336-41, 411-12, 470-71, 485-86, 480-82, 531-32, 559-68, 659-65, 687-92, 1081a-82a, 1145a, 1360a, 1411-14, 1515-17, 1541, B48-51, C12-13, and used 5-6, 8-10, 12-18, 540-45, 546-50, 551-54, 559-68, 970, 1083a, 1403, 1508-09, 1532-33, 1596-97, 1747a, 1767a, C40-44, C53-57, C58-67, etc. The first volume is viewable online via a video flip and the other volumes are in most cases even better filled, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 53.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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745   imageRussia, Extensive Postal History Collection, 1848-1930, a diverse and appealing holding comprising a total of 234 covers from the pre-philatelic to the early Soviet period of Russian philately; begins with 11 stampless covers including four straightline handstamp postmarks, an 1859 Odessa-to-Constantinople cover, and six money letters from Odessa, then moves on with seven 1k black entires, extensive single-, mixed- and uprated-use Coats-of-Arms, an attractive array of kopek-value Romanovs, and extensive Imperial postal stationery, with domestic and foreign destinations, Registered covers, Mourning covers, even Russia used in Finland; a section of eight Schlisselburg Jail (1 cover, 7 postal cards, each with censor's handstamp); and rounded out by 39 Soviet propaganda covers or postal cards; generally fresh, Fine to Very Fine, well worth review; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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746   imageRussia, Attractive and Valuable Mint Stock, 1885-1960, neatly arranged on 45 sides of a 25-page (50-side) stockbook that's missing its cover, ranging from Imperial Coat-of-Arms Issues to the 7R value through mid-period Soviet items, presented as singles, multiples and blocks of four to 20; note Imperial Coats-of-Arms perforated and imperforate (and watermarked or unwatermarked), a complete Romanov set with extras (including the 5R), plus Postal Saving and Control Stamps; Soviets begin with a nice selection of RSFSR perforated and imperforate stamps with some overprints, followed by solid early Workers (unchecked for better), with the vast majority being commemoratives with better including #485-486, 519-523, 536-539, 551-554, 555-558, 559-568, 583-588, 616A (corner block of ten), and much more besides; clean and fresh throughout, with majority never hinged, Very Fine, a dealer's delight; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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747   imageRussia, Dealer's Complete Year Set Stock, 1966, all the stamps and souvenir sheets for the year (#3147-3294) in quantity, the stamps mostly in large blocks or complete sheets; all apparently Post Office fresh (some sheets with selvage faults of no consequence), with much to offer in terms of Topicals: Soccer (1966 World Cup), Hockey, Literature, Archaeology, Literature, Space and more; a great opportunity for the savvy dealer, with massive catalogue value and resale potential, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs.
Scott $15,000 (Owner's). (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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748   imageRussia, Russian Roulette Reservoir of Remunerative Resources, no matter how you spin this wheel, you're sure to come up a winner; a sizable holding of everything under the sun, offered as received, in albums, binders, glassines, stockbooks and more; each portion well-organized, but it's so large that it's a bit of a rummage; we note a slipcased Lindner hingeless 1950-56 album (well-filled, mostly used), stockbooks of Imperial, Civil War, and Soviet stamps, a binder full of stamp collars (most post-Soviet in full sheets of "stamps"), over 160 used Imperial postal stationery items, 1992-98 album pages (1992-94 filled, the rest still shrink-wrapped), a roughly six-inch stack of glassines with mostly Soviet strips, blocks, etc., a stockbook of souvenir sheets, sheafs of sheets (some complete, some cannibalized), and more besides, much never hinged; dealers take note—great resale potential here, Fine to Very Fine with much better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 38 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
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749   imageRussia Stamp Collection, 1857-1995, with mostly used to 1962, then mostly mint, in mounts on printed album pages in four binders; also includes two binders of mint sheets and part-sheets, both perforated and imperforate, accompanied by a detailed inventory by the owner, who was a known part-time stamp dealer in the Northeast, Very Fine, see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 31.8 lbs.
Scott $10,000+ (Owner's). (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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750   imageRussia, Splendid Mostly Mint Collection, 1858-2001, In seven binders with all stamps blackmounted on album pages, a mix of mint & used up until about 1967, and from then on almost all mint and more or less complete to 1993, much of it in duplicate with more than one stamp occupying the mount. Of the many better mint sets & singles are #298-301, 336-41, 382-400, 411-12, 472-77, 489-509, 519-23, 524-28, 847, 909-10, 970, 1083a, 1233, 1325, 1548-49, 1568-83, 1631, 1643-44, C20-25, C42, C45-49, C69-75. Better used include 5-6, 8-10, 559-68, etc. One binder with former Soviet Republics, such as Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine and others, generally Fine to Very Fine, a video flip of one binder online as reference. Shipping charges apply - weight 42.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
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751   imageRussia, Stupendous Stock of Imperforate Issues, 1917-91, arranged on stockpages in a red binder, many, many hundreds (if not thousands) of imperfs from all periods of Russian philately; begins with Imperial Coat-of-Arms issues and RSFSR items, the bulk of the holding not surprisingly from the Soviet era, with a handful of post-1991 Russian issues included as well; note singles, blocks, panes and full sheets, the Imperial with and without lozenges, the Soviets including overprinted issues, Semi-Postals and Airs along with several souvenir sheets plus some large blocks/part-sheets cancelled; generally fresh and sound, though in a holding this size expect the occasional flaw, generally Very Fine, fully imaged online for your review. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$800.00
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752   imageRussia, Sheetfuls of Varieties, 1909-17, neatly presented in two oversized folio sheet files, 32 Coat-of-Arms sheets ranging from 2k to 7R values, plus 16 uncut 1R #131 (all sheets of 100 in panes of 25 or 50), offering the specialist a myriad of printing and perforating varieties; we note margin watermark shifted into stamps, misplaced perforations, offsets and chalk networks on reverse, shifted chalk networks on face, foldovers, shifted centers, misplaced frames, plus the most striking pre-printing paper crinkle you're likely to find; generally sound, though #131 sheets extend beyond the top of the file, so some selvage creases or wrinkles, Very Fine, an alluring specialist holding; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.5 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,200-1,800
Currently Opening at...$600.00
Will close during Public Auction
753   imageRussia, "Pick a Number" Cancel Collection, 1858-1902, lovely study comprising well over 600 off-cover stamps and 38 covers or postal stationery items, all bearing a delightful range of grid or geometric Numeral cancels; selected with an eye to quality, most strikes clear and maximal, with numerous identified, including items from Estonia and Livonia; stamps include #2 (55 plus 2 on cover) along with a range of later Coat-of-Arms Issues between 2k and 7k; covers and stationery include domestic and foreign uses, a local St. Petersburg 1895 use with "Packet" seal, and a 1902 item to Paris with French Dues applied; fresh and sound; a wonderful start to an attractive collection, Fine to Very Fine with better. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $800-1,000
Currently Opening at...$400.00
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754   imageRussia, Organized and Attractive Dealer Stock, 1883-1978, hundreds of sets and singles in glassines annotated with catalog number and value in two small trays and several stock cards; light to ocassionally moderate duplication reported on consignor's computerized listing that shows year, catalog number, quantity, description, and price for highlight sets which have been organized on stock cards; highlighted material alone catalogs $3,800, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $750-1,000
Currently Opening at...$375.00
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