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Chinese Empire continued...

Postal History continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1141 imageChina, 1895 (Dec. 30), "To Pay" handstamp on cover from New Haven, CT, to Tientsin, franked with U.S. 5¢ Grant, cancelled by duplex, showing "To Pay" framed handstamp in red adjacent; San Francisco transit (Jan. 4), "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai/Rec'd" c.d.s. (Feb. 14), "Customs/Shanghai" (Feb. 17) and "Customs/Tientsin" (Mar. 2) double-ring datestamps both in blue all on reverse; with original letter; stamp has defective corner at lower left, Fine. (Image1)

Est. HK$1,000-1,200
SOLD for HK$2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1142 imageChina, 1898 (Feb. 6), Red-band envelope sent locally, Soochow, franked by C.I.P. 1¢ orange, 2¢ scarlet and 5¢ violet (the last with interpane margin at right) cancelled by two strikes of Soochow Large Dollar Dater, Very Fine and choice. (Image1)

Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1143 imageChina, 1899 (Mar. 16), Cover from Chicago, IL, to Tientsin, franked with US 5¢ pair (small faults) cancelled by "Chicago" flag design duplex; San Francisco (Mar. 19) and Shanghai (Apr. 20) transits; on reverse "U.S. Postal Agency/Shanghai Rec'd" c.d.s. (Apr. 20) and "Tientsin" Large Dollar Dater (Apr. 24) in blue, Fine to Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,000-2,500
SOLD for HK$1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1144 imageChina, 1899 (Dec. 2), Registered Maus red-band envelope sent from Wuchow to Germany, franked with a marvelous array of issues comprising 1885-88 Small Dragons rough perf 12½ 5ca and perf 11½ 3ca, 1894 Dowager Empress 2ca green, and 1898 C.I.P. 1¢, 4¢ and 5¢ salmon (Chan 18, 20, 23, 105, 107, 108a), each cancelled by Wuchow bilingual c.d.s., in combination with Hong Kong 10¢ pair with framed I.P.O. tie-print and "Hong Kong/A" c.d.s. (Dec. 11) showing large black "R" Registry handstamp alongside; Baden-Baden and Lichtental arrival c.d.s. (Jan. 9, 1900) on reverse, Very Fine, a remarkable mixed franking of Customs and Imperial issues; illustrated in Tony To-Wah Kwan, Covers and Cards of Empress Dowager Jubilee and its Surcharged Issues, v. 2, p. 729. (Image1)

Est. HK$10,000-12,000
SOLD for HK$24,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1145 imageChina, 1900 (Feb. & Sept.), Pair of covers sent from Hangchow to Kiachow, bearing 2¢ single and double frankings respectively, each cancelled by Hangchow bilingual c.d.s. with "Settlement" security handstamps adjacent; reverse shows Shanghai transit and Tsingtau/Kiautschou c.d.s. of the German Post Office, the former also with Kiaochow oval bilingual c.d.s. of the Chinese Imperial Post, Very Fine, interesting pair of covers sent at single and double rates. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,000-2,600
SOLD for HK$5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1146 imageChina, 1900 (Nov. 16), combination picture post card usage, sent from Taku to Prague, lovely and visually attractive card, franked by China ½¢ brown Coiling Dragon block of four, along with a 2¢ single, tied by local Taku origin c.d.s.'s; 10c French Offices "CHINE" overprint affixed over block of four and cancelled by one of two strikes of "Shang-Haï/28 Nov/00/Chine" c.d.s., with Praha JAN 8 01 receivers on front, Very Fine, an eye-catching card. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$2,000-3,000
SOLD for HK$2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1147 imageChina, 1902 (June 14), Real photo postcard, sent from Chefoo to Vienna, Austria, the card picturing a view of Chefoo Harbour; franked by C.I.P. 1¢ strip of three and 2¢ single cancelled by "Chefoo" bilingual c.d.s., with Shanghai transit (June 17) alongside; Vienna receiver (July 28), where redirected, Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$800-1,000
SOLD for HK$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1148 imageChina, 1904, Chinese Imperial Post, unwatermarked, 2¢ scarlet, Chungking bisect (Chan 136B. Scott 112 var.), tied by "Chungking" double-ring lunar dater, on Aug. 6, 1904 local envelope to W. Campbell, Very Fine, with 1941 New Light Philatelic Society certificate, which has a number of prominent signatures including the Secretary, F.Z. Chun. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 136B ]

Est. HK$1,200-1,600
SOLD for HK$2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1149 imageChina, 1906 (Feb. 5), Cover from Hankow to Neuchatel, Switzerland, bearing C.I.P. ½¢ (4), 1¢ pair and 2¢ strip of three, cancelled by "Hankow" bilingual c.d.s.; Neuchatel receiver (Mar. 16); flap at back missing, Fine to Very Fine, an appealing 10¢ franking paying the U.P.U. overseas rate. (Image1)

Est. HK$800-1,000
SOLD for HK$1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1150 imageChina, 1908 (Apr. 19), 1¢ green vertical format postal card, sent from Tungchangfu to Germany, uprated with C.I.P. ½¢ pair and 2¢ single cancelled by "Tungchangfu" segmented bilingual c.d.s.; Tsinan (Apr. 26) and Shanghai (May 1) transits; a few lightly foxed perforations at top of one ½¢ stamp, otherwise Fine to Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$3,000-4,000
SOLD for HK$7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1151 imageChina, 1908 (Dec. 18), Postcard sent from Shanghai to Athens, Greece, bearing C.I.P. 2¢ singles (2) cancelled by Shanghai bilingual c.d.s., also showing Shanghai transit c.d.s. of the French Post Office (Dec. 20), "Ligne N/Paq. Fr. No. 6" octagonal datestamp (Dec. 1), and Alexandria transit c.d.s. (Jan 17, 1907) adjacent, Very Fine usage, scarce destination. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. HK$1,000-1,200
SOLD for HK$2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1152 imageChina, Postage Dues, 1904, overprinted on Coiling Dragons, ½¢-10¢ complete (Chan D1-D6. Scott J1-J6), tied by "Canton" bilingual c.d.s. on reverse of 1904 (Apr. 27) local envelope, the front is franked with CIP ½¢ similarly cancelled, Fine to Very Fine, though philatelic, an interesting early usage of the first Postage Due issue. (Image1) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [China D1-D6 ]

Est. HK$1,500-2,000
SOLD for HK$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

Chinese Republic

1912-1932 Early Period
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
1153 imageChina, 1912, Nanking "Provisional Neutrality" overprint, 1¢ ocher and 3¢ blue green (Chan 144-145. Scott 138-139), fresh, each with part o.g., Fine to Very Fine. Scott $590 (HK$ 4,650). (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 144-145 ]

Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1154 o imageChina, 1912, Nanking "Provisional Neutrality" overprint, 16¢ olive green (Chan 147. Scott 141), with bright colors and pristine paper, bilingual Hankow cancel of 22 MAR 12, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $2,500 (HK$ 19,680). (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 147 ]

Est. HK$8,000-10,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1155 () imageChina, 1912, Statistical Dept. "Republic" overprint, ½¢ brown, inverted overprint (Chan 152b. Scott 146a), bottom left corner margin pane of 20; backing paper still adheres, resulting in light overall toning, Very Fine, scarce multiple with this variety. Scott $1,200 as singles (HK$ 9,450). (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 152b ]

Est. HK$1,000-1,200
SOLD for HK$3,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1156 o imageChina, 1912, Revolution and Republic Commemoratives complete (Chan 184-195, 196-207. Scott 178-189, 190-201), the Revolution $5 cancelled by "Shasi" bilingual c.d.s.; the President Yuan Shin-kai has slight thinning, the others are Fine to Very Fine. Scott $1,613 (HK$ 12,700). (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Get Market Data for [China 184-195, 196-207 ]

Est. HK$4,000-5,000
SOLD for HK$4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1157 imageChina, 1912, Republic Commemorative complete (Chan 196-207. Scott 190-201), each with bright color on clean paper, clean o.g.; 50c with trivial hinge thin speck, otherwise fresh, Fine to Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [China 196-207 ]

Est. HK$5,000-6,000
SOLD for HK$4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1158 / imageChina, 1913, Junk Issue, London printing, ½¢ to 2¢, 4¢, 5¢ and 7¢ (Chan 208-210, 212-213, 215. Scott 202-204, 206-207, 209), interpanneau blocks of 4, fresh with superb colors; three stamps in each never hinged and the fourth stamp imperceptibly hinged, Very Fine. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Get Market Data for [China 208-210, 212-213, 21 ]

Est. HK$1,200-1,500
SOLD for HK$800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1159 o imageChina, 1913, Hall of Classics, London printing, $10 black & yellow green (Chan 226. Scott 220), with "guide dot" in top left margin, fresh and practically perfectly centered, neatly cancelled by c.d.s., Extremely Fine. Scott $950 (HK$ 7,480). (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 226 ]

Est. HK$2,000-2,500
SOLD for HK$7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1160 F imageChina, 1915, Reaper, First Peking printing, 30¢ deep brown purple, postal forgery (Chan 242 var. Scott 234 var), block of 4, a grand forgery, showing characteristics of both the London and First Peking printings, nicely centered and exceptionally fresh, o.g., never hinged; top left stamp with diagonal crease, small diagonal tear to top right stamp (both internal), still Very Fine appearance, a neat collateral item. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [China 242 var ]

Est. HK$1,000-1,200
SOLD for HK$600.00
Will close during Public Auction

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