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Chinese Provinces, Foreign Offices and Japanese Occupations continued...

Foreign Offices in China continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1241 imageIndian Offices in China, China Expeditionary Force, 1901 (July 10), cover sent to Newchwang via Chefoo, envelope, addressed to "Captain S. Napier/Niuchwang", franked by "C.E.F."-overprinted 1a India stamp, tied both by parallel pen strokes and by "F.P.O. No. 4/10 IY/01" dater; reverse bears bilingual Chefoo 13 May transit and 14 May Newchwang receiver (plus additional, indistinct, dater), Very Fine, a nice Boxer Rebellion item. (Image1)

Est. HK$3,000-3,600
SOLD for HK$3,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1242 imageJapanese Offices in China, 1881 (June 18), "United States Consulate at Hankow, China" corner card printed envelope to Boston, an outstanding usage via Yokohama (June 29) and San Francisco (July 10), bearing three Old Koban 5s browns, cancelled by crossroads killer with matching "I.J. Postal Agency/Shanghai" double-ring dater; Boston July 18 receiver on reverse; a few inconsequential peripheral faults, Fine,

The US Consulate in Hankow used the Japanese Consulate in Shanghai for the transmission of its mail to the States, since the Mitsubishi Steamship Mail Company ran the Shanghai-Yokohama branch line and, therefore, controlled this part of the Pacific route for Chinese mail. As such the Japanese Post Office could offer a more rapid service to Yokohama than its American counterpart. Consular mail from Hankow to Shanghai was sent via the regular courier service operated by American missionaries until 1885
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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
SOLD for HK$5,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1243 imageJapanese Offices in China, 1912, Letter sheet, 3s red (J.S.C.A. ZC11), an extraordinary item, with bright color, clear printing and flaps remarkably intact and sound; slight toning, mostly to reverse, Very Fine, an incredibly scarce mint item. J.S.C.A. yen 150,000 (HK$ 10,770). (Image1)

Est. HK$4,000-5,000
SOLD for HK$6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1244 imageJapanese Offices in China, 1880 (May 1), Cover sent from Shanghai to Cambridge, MA, via Yokohama (May 13) and San Francisco (May 31), bearing Old Koban 5s brown cancelled by crossroads killer with matching "I.J. Postal Agency/Shanghai" double-ring dater; Boston (June 8) receiver in violet on reverse; cover a little unevenly opened at right, Fine to Very Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$2,000-2,500
SOLD for HK$1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1245 imageU.S. Offices in China, 1912 (Apr. 13), Cover sent from Shanghai to Rochester, NY, franked with C.I.P. 1¢, cancelled by "Shanghai" First Year c.d.s., in combination with US 2¢ Washington cancelled by "U.S. Postal Agcy." duplex (Apr. 15), Fine to Very Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$2,000-2,500
SOLD for HK$1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
Japanese Occupation of China
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1246 /o imageJapanese Occupation of China, Massive old-time hoard, 1931-45, an inspiring mint and used selection (with some mint never hinged) of literally thousands, housed on a stack of 8½ x 11 inch manila stocksheets plus a one-volume collection identified by Scott and Ma numbers on homemade pages; included are scores of multiples, items still in their original glassines, unlisted varieties alongside many Ma-listed types, etc.; even note several Military postal cards, Fine to Very Fine, a treasure trove for the specialist. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China (Japanese Occupation) Collection]

Est. HK$6,000-8,000
SOLD for HK$12,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1247 / imageJapanese Occupation of China, Solid nearly all-mint collection, 1941-45, in mount strips on Minkus pages, with each stamp identified by Scott number; all but a couple mint, with each fresh and clean; includes #1N54, 1N55; 2N1-2N5, 2N24, 2N57, 2N58, 2N67, 2N121; 3N1, 3N58; 4N4, 4N25a, 4N48, 4N48a; 5N1, 5N1a, 5N161; 7N1, 7N56; 8N53, etc.; while the stamps are fresh, the pages are toning from the adhesive used to attach the mounts, and are a bit musty—give these a new home, Fine to Very Fine with better, a nice foundation on which to build.
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Est. HK$4,000-5,000
SOLD for HK$8,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1248 imageJapanese Occupation of North China, 1941, Hopei and Shantung Provinces "Chi" & "Lu" overprints complete, prepared for use but unissued (Chan JNU18-JNU50. J.S.C.A. HB1-HB17, SD1-SD16), comprising both overprint sets complete, ½¢ to $20 ("Chi", set of 17; "Lu", set of 16), fresh, o.g.; some gum toning as usually encountered, Fine to Very Fine, a rare and striking group. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. HK$18,000-22,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1249 imageJapanese Occupation of Shanghai & Nanking, 1944 (Nov. 2), International Red Cross envelope, sent from Shanghai to Geneva, Switzerland, franked by Central China Japanese Occupation 1943 "Temporarily Sold" surcharges 50c on 5c, $4 on 16c, $5 on 15c, $20 on 15c and purple & black surcharge $50 on $5 (Chan JC9, JC18, JC19, JC27, JC68a), all cancelled by bilingual c.d.s. on censored 235 x 166 mm cover; handstamped routings of "U.S.S.R./Tiflis/Turkey" and "Via Siberia" in violet, showing "Beyrouth R.P." transit (Apr. 4, 1945) on reverse; with Egyptian and French censor tapes; a few peripheral faults or defects, Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$1,500-2,000
SOLD for HK$900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1250 imageManchukuo, 1937 (Aug. 4), US 1¢+1¢ message-reply card, sent from Ann Arbor, MI, to Fentien, each half uprated with perfined "U of M" 2¢ Washington (reply unused), showing "Fentien" native arrival c.d.s. of Sept. 4, with "Insufficient Address" and "Return to Sender" framed handstamps adjacent, Fine to Very Fine usage. (Image1)

Est. HK$2,000-2,400
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1251 imageManchukuo, 1937, narrow space surcharge on 3rd China Mail, 2½f on 2f yellow green, surcharge inverted (Chan MK104a. Scott 105a. J.S.C.A. 108va), right margin block of 4, o.g., never hinged; light overall toning, Fine. Scott $2,800+ (HK$ 22,050). (Image1)

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Est. HK$2,000-2,400
SOLD for HK$6,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1252 imageManchukuo, Airmail, 1945, Patriotic Aviation Fund (unissued) complete (Chan MKU2. J.S.C.A. U1-4), set of two se-tenant pairs, fresh mint, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine, rare and popular items, in as immaculate condition as one might hope to find. (Image1)

Est. HK$60,000-80,000
SOLD for HK$65,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1253 / imageManchukuo, Powerful Specialized Collection, 1932-45, the singles complete, mounted on Minkus pages, plus specialized material on home-made quadrille pages, including overprint varieties (shifts, inverts, etc.), vignette varieties, plate flaws, Post Office seals, booklet panes, cancels (including Chinese-applied daubs to obliterate "Year 2" Manchukuo references), blocks of four of #1-18, 83-100 and 121-126, etc., etc.; all fresh, generally Very Fine, an impressive and comprehensive holding; see it all online.
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Est. HK$12,000-16,000
SOLD for HK$17,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

Taiwan

Republic Province
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1254 imageTaiwan Province, 1946, "Limited for Use in Taiwan" surcharge on Martyr, $1 on 20¢ blue, surcharge inverted (Chan TP18c. Scott 20a), block of 4, unused with much original gum, which is toned and dried into the paper, Fine to Very Fine appearance, rare, with 2018 Experts & Consultants Ltd. certificate. Scott $3,600 (HK$ 28,350). (Image1)

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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
SOLD for HK$6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1255 imageTaiwan Province, 1946, "Limited for Use in Taiwan Province" surcharge on National Assembly, 70s on $20 green, surcharge inverted (Chan TP50a. Scott 10a), fresh and clean, with absolutely perfect centering, Extremely Fine, a stunning stamp. Scott $1,200 (HK$ 9,450). (Image1)

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Est. HK$4,000-6,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
Issues From 1950
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1256 o imageTaiwan, 1950, Flying Geese complete (Scott 1007-1011), set of seven with both printings of $1 and $2 values, Fine to Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [China (Republic of China) 1007-1011 ]

Est. HK$4,000-5,000
SOLD for HK$3,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1257 imageTaiwan, 1950, Flying Geese, $10 green (Scott 1010), block of 4, a remarkable block, with color fresh and paper pristine, without gum as issued, Very Fine, rare to find as a multiple. (Image1)

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Est. HK$26,000-36,000
SOLD for HK$13,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1258 () imageTaiwan, 1950, Koxinga complete (Scott 1012-1024), pretty complete set with Post Office fresh colors and paper; 3¢ and $1.60 with partial imprint captures in selvage, without gum as issued; $5 with damage at right, Very Fine overall, a superior example of this popular set. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. HK$2,400-3,000
SOLD for HK$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1259 () imageTaiwan, 1951, Self-Government souvenir sheet (Scott 1041), fresh, without gum as issued, Very Fine. (Image1)

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Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1260 () imageTaiwan, 1951, Self-Government souvenir sheet (Scott 1041), fresh, without gum as issued, Very Fine. (Image1)

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Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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