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Chinese Republic continued...

Postage Dues and Parcel Post continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1201 o imageChina, Postage Due, 1912, Statistical Dept. "Republic" overprint, 5¢ brown, overprint inverted (Chan D28a. Scott J30a), particularly well-centered, neatly cancelled by c.d.s., Very Fine. Scott $340 (HK$ 2,680). (Image1)

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Est. HK$1,000-1,200
SOLD for HK$800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1202 imageChina, Postage Due, 1912, Waterlow & Sons "Republic" overprint, 1¢ brown, overprint inverted (Chan D34a. Scott J36a), fresh mint; tiny incluusion on reverse, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $350 (HK$ 2,760). (Image1)

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Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1203 imageChina, Postage Due, 1912, Waterlow & Sons "Republic" overprint, 1¢ brown, overprint inverted (Chan D34a. Scott J36a), fresh unused with original gum which has dried into the paper, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $350 (HK$ 2,760). (Image1)

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Est. HK$800-1,000
SOLD for HK$600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1204 P imageChina, Postage Dues, 1915, First Peking Print, 1¢ and 2¢ composite die proof (Chan D50-51. Scott J52-J53), printed on laid paper approximately 65 x 40 mm, with die number "186", Extremely Fine and choice, rare—a showpiece. (Image1)

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Est. HK$10,000-15,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1205 P imageChina, Parcel Post, 1946, De La Rue printing, $5,000, trial proof in indigo (Chan P8. Scott Q8), imperforate on gummed stamp paper, a beautiful item, with the detail expected of a proof in simply outstanding, luxuriant color, o.g., Extremely Fine. (Image1)

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Est. HK$1,500-2,000
SOLD for HK$1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
Collections
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1206 /o imageChina, Substantial, unpicked old-time holding of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and Martyr issues, built upon the basis of the various Sun Yat-sen issues as listed by series at the beginning of Chan; there are tens of thousands of stamps here, mint and used, in every iteration—un-overprinted, Golds, Silvers, CNCs, interior and domestic surcharges, Provincials, etc., including paper and perforation types and varieties as well; Martyrs also include all the types, plus Taiwan issues; note particularly Sun Yat-sen Series 6 and 8 Pacheng and Central Trust Prints, Military stamps, 50c and 20c surcharges; Chungking Central Trust Series 11, First Shanghai Dah Tung Series 13, Chungking Chung Hwa Series 9, New York Series 5, Second and Third London Printings (Series 2 & 10), Second and Third Shanghai printings (Series 15 & 16), Hong Kong Chung Hwa Printing, etc., etc.; unpicked and offered just as received; this is a compilation unlike any other you've seen—and you're not likely to see another like it for quite some time, Fine to Very Fine, a rare opportunity for the specialist or the dealer. (Image1)

Est. HK$10,000-15,000
SOLD for HK$24,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1207 /o imageChina, First Year issues mint and used compilation, 1912, neatly arranged on black cards or partial stockpages; comprises mint #134, 149a (vertical pair), a private overprint ½¢ Coiling Dragon and 178-189 (#188, $2, used), plus used #138, 146-160 (3¢, 4¢, 16¢ and 50¢ mint), and 163-177; all with great color; some toned or with small faults, Fine to Very Fine overall, see for yourself everything is imaged online. Scott approximately $2,145 (HK$ 16,890).
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Est. HK$5,000-6,000
SOLD for HK$6,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1208 //o imageChina, Excellent specialist's Transportation Issue Gold Yuan selection, 1948-49, housed in a stockbook and on manila stockpages, plus a detailed collection on album pages; stock consists of a very substantial selection of hundreds by issue, identified by printing house, and a wonderful, unpicked selection of Golds used in combinations on at least 200 envelope fragments; generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine++, the ideal specialist's lot; see it all online. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20) (Image21) (Image22) (Image23) (Image24) (Image25) (Image26) (Image27) (Image28) (Image29) (Image30) (Image31) (Image32) (Image33) (Image34) (Image35) (Image36) (Image37) (Image38)

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Est. HK$2,400-2,800
SOLD for HK$2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1209 o imageChina, "Republic"-overprinted Coiling Dragons used stock/study, 1912, an old-time accumulation of many hundreds, mostly ½¢ to 10¢ denominations, housed for the most part on old-time manila stock pages; an unpicked assortment of Statistical Department, Commercial Press and Waterlow overprints, all used, with a wide range of cancel types and locations; unchecked for scarce locales or plate flaws; note three rows of used 2¢ CIP Coiling Dragons as a bonus; despite the age of the pages they're on, the stamps appear to be fresh and clean; generally sound, though a few flaws should be expected, Fine to Very Fine, if you like cancels, this is your lot.
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Est. HK$2,000-2,600
SOLD for HK$26,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1210 imageChina, 1911-13, quartet of covers sent from Amoy to the US, an interesting group, all addressed to a Miss Sue M. Fair; three on "American Consular Service/Amoy, China." corner card envelopes, one on larger envelope with striking "American Consulate,/Amoy, China" red wax seal on reverse; the earliest, franked by 10s Japan Offices in China (#13) tied by "Amoy/I.J.P.O." comb dated 15.12.11, with Moji and Yokohama transits; the other three covers date from early 1913, two franked by Statistical Department "Republic" overprints tied by Kulangsu [Gulangyu, a small island just outside Amoy/Xiamen], one with Amoy and partial, smudged Shanghai Chinese daters plus a Shanghai I.J.P.O. handstamp, the other with Amoy Chinese and I.J.P.O. daters; the fourth cover, dated Feb. 18, 1913, franked by 10c Revolution Commemoration issue with Chinese Kulangsu and Amoy daters and an Amoy I.J.P.O. handstamp as well; various faults and age/travel-related toning and ink, but sound on the whole, Fine to Very Fine, a neat little group for the postal historian or cancel collector. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Est. HK$2,400-3,200
SOLD for HK$3,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1211 imageChina, 1912-48, compendium of Chinese covers, by our count 58 in total, with the majority of items running from the mid-'30s to the final years of the Republic; myriad frankings present, from Waterlow "Republic" overprints to Junks, Sun Yat-sens and Martyrs (both basic and CNC issues), Airmails and commemoratives; most to Oberlin College from their missions and schools; usages include Censored, Air, Express and Registered (some a combination thereof), with items of note including a 1937 cover franked with Japan 20s Mt. Fuji & Deer cancelled Dairen, an Oct. 31, 1936 cover bearing one-day commemorative cancel for Chiang Kai-shek's 50th Birthday, two lovely stamp collage postal cards (unused), a domestic 1942 cover with Japanese Officially Sealed label across the top, a 1943 cover to the US sent "over the hump" via BOAC and Pan-Am, a 1929 First Flight Cover franked with #C6-C10 (each with imprint, most with partial plate number), etc.; condition varies, but generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine with much better, well worth inspecting. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15)

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Est. HK$5,000-6,000
SOLD for HK$17,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1212 imageChina, 1912 (Aug. 22), handsome pre-printed cover, sent from Canton to Hong Kong, bearing "Republic of China" overprints ½¢ to 10¢, the 1¢ and 2¢ Commercial Press, the remainder Statistical Department (Chan #152, 155-159, 167, 168. Scott #146, 149-153, 161, 162), cancelled by seven strikes of Canton bilingual c.d.s., Very Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$800-1,000
SOLD for HK$1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1213 imageChina, 1913 (Dec. 13), picture post card from Peking to London, with scarce TPO marking, sent via the French and Imperial Post Office in Shanghai (Dec. 20), bearing 2¢ C.I.P. Coiling Dragons horizontal pair, cancelled by Peking bilingual c.d.s. (Dec. 13) and "I.P.O. R.M.S./Peking/Tangku No. 1" large double-ring handstamp, Fine to Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,400-3,000
SOLD for HK$3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1214 imageChina, 1914 (Apr. 14), Hawaiian surfers picture post card, sent from Chefoo to California, am Island Curio Co. private mailing card with an image of "Famous Surf Board Riders, Hawaiian Islands", written on the sender's westbound transpacific voyage; handwritten note is dated March 13, while the 1¢ and 3¢ Junks are each tied by 14 APR 14 bilingual Chefoo daters, with an additional same-day Chefoo Japanese-style bridge dater alongside; Kobe 19.4.14 transit in violet at center, Very Fine, a rare early surfing-themed card. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,400-3,200
SOLD for HK$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1215 imageChina, 1915 (May 27), Local cover from Tientsin, franked across backflap by 1¢ Junk (damaged), tied by Tientsin bilingual dater, Due (?) markings alongside; addressed to Colonel J C F Tillson, American Army, Tientsin, Very Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$1,600-2,200
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1216 imageChina, 1916 (July 6), "Tsing Hua College, Peking, China" corner card envelope sent registered to St. Louis, Missouri, arriving on Aug. 2 via Peking (July 6), Moukden (July 8) and Seattle (July 27), bearing on reverse First Peking Printing Junk 2¢ block of ten, cancelled by "Tsinghwayuan" segmented bilingual c.d.s., showing appropriate Registration handstamps, with US "Post Office Department/Officially Sealed" blue labels (2) and US Customs handstamps; a few minor peripheral faults, Fine to Very Fine, full of character. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,000-2,500
SOLD for HK$3,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1217 imageChina, 1932 (Nov. 9), US 1¢ postal card sent from Ann Arbor, MI, to Canton, additionally bearing a University of Michigan-perfined 2¢ adhesive, cancelled by duplex; showing "Rebuts", "Insufficient Address" and "Return to Sender" unframed handstamp and matching "Returned/Letter Office/Punku-Canton/China" framed datestamp all in red, with "Returned to writer/from/Exchange Office/Seattle, Wash." pointing finger handstamp in violet adjacent, Fine to Very Fine usage. (Image1)

Est. HK$2,000-2,400
SOLD for HK$1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1218 imageChina, 1933 (Mar. 2), lovely registered Sven Hedin large envelope, sent Peiping to Stockholm, linen-lined, approximately 125 x 95 mm envelope, franked by 30c Martyr and two $1 Second Peking Print issues tied by nice strikes of Peiping origin c.d.s.'s, with Peiping Registry label; cover boldly addressed by Hedin to his sister Alma, with reverse showing "Sender/Sven Hedin/31 Hsi Kuan Yin Sze/Peiping/China", all in Hedin's hand, Very Fine, an attractive, scarce usage. (Image1)

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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
SOLD for HK$2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1219 imageChina, 1933 (Mar. 6), lovely quality registered Sven Hedin large-size cover, sent Peiping to Stockholm, in exceptional condition, approximately 125 x 95 mm, the cover completely written in Hedin's hand, addressed to Alma Hedin in Stockholm; front shows manuscript "Registered" and Peiping Registry label, while reverse is franked by 20¢ Dr. Sun Yat-sen issue, along with 10¢ and $1 (pair) of Second Peking Prints, all tied by Peiping origin c.d.s.'s, with adjacent Shanghai March 8 transit; boldly signed by Hedin as the sender, Very Fine, fresh and choice. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1220 imageChina, 1933 (Mar. 9), splendid registered Sven Hedin large envelope, sent Peiping to Stockholm, beautiful, exceptionally clean quality; approximately 125 x 95 mm linen-lined envelope, franked by 15¢ and $1 Second Peking Prints plus $1 red Tan Yuan-chang issue (quite scarce on cover), all tied by Peiping origin c.d.s.'s and with Peiping Registry label; reverse noting Shanghai transit of March 11; cover is fully written in Hedin's hand and is addressed to his sister Alma; boldly signed by Hedin as the sender on reverse, Very Fine, choice, fresh quality. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
SOLD for HK$2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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