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Far Eastern Republic
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
921 og 18 image1920 1r brown & orange, h.r., well centered, signed Dr.P.Jemchouhin. A rare stamp, cat. $700 (Cat No. 18) (Image)

Current Opening Price...$280.00
Will close during Public Auction
922 og   imageAir Post. 1923 20k on 15k red brown & blue, additionally overprinted "Vladivostok 1923" in red, signed W.Pohl, Dr.P.Jemchouhin, etc., only 75 printed (Image)

Current Opening Price...$280.00
Will close during Public Auction
923 og   image1923 20k on 50k brown & violet green, additionally overprinted "Vladivostok 1923" in red, h.r., v.f., signed Calves, Dr.P.Jemchouhin, only 75 printed (Image)

Current Opening Price...$325.00
Will close during Public Auction
Georgia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
924 E   image1848 (29 May) outer FL sent from Tiflis to the Erivan district court with oval "from Tiflis" departure datestamp (29.5.48). With intact wax seal of the Tiflis provincial government. In addition, there is another stampless letter used in 1860 from Tiflis to Valreas, France, postmarked in Tiflis (20.5.60), Tauroggen (4.6), Tilsit (16.6), Prusse/Valenciennes (19.6), Paris (19.6), and Paris a Marseille (19.6). With handstamps AUS RUSSLAND FRANCO-TOUT and P.D. verifying all charges prepaid (postage included 10k for Russia, 10k for Prussia, 16.25k for France, and 2k for the receipt). This cover, like all mail going abroad, was carried by the extra post (Image) (image 924a)

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Current Opening Price...$140.00
Will close during Public Auction
925 E   image1904 (17 Apr) stampless cover (slightly reduced at right), sent by the Imperial Yuryev University (two-line handstamp on front and circular handstamp on back) to Tiflis, then returned to Yuryev. Postmarked in Yuryev and the Tiflis third postal branch office (28.4.04), addressed to Dr. K. F. Robitov, without mention of an institution or street address. An extensive search was carried out as evidenced by several signatures and manuscript notations, including "Not at the Caucasian Military-Medical Administration" and "Not at the Mikhailovskoye (City) Hospital." The search also included the military hospital in the Navtlug suburb, which was served by the third city postal branch office. Finally, the handstamp "Not found due to insufficient address" was applied along with "Return to Yuryev." Dr. Robitov was the director of the medical observation post in Olty on the Turkish border in Kars Territory (Image) (image 925a)

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Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
926 E   image1905 (22 July) picture postcard franked with 2x2k green, sent from Tiflis to Lyon. Postmarked at the 3rd city postal branch office in Tiflis (22.7.05). The sender writes, "For the past 10 days I have been in the Tiflis military hospital due to nerves, malaria, and liver disease." This hospital was in the Navtlug suburb, which was served by the third city postal branch office. The photograph shows the ruined fortress of the Dudarov princes near Lars at the northern end of the Georgian Military Road (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
927 E   image1910 (21 Aug) picture postcard franked with 2x2k green, sent from Tiflis to Prag (Austria), postmarked at the 3rd city postal branch office in the Navtlug suburb of Tiflis. The photo on the back shows the funicular railway and the convent of St. David on Mt. Ploskaya in Tiflis, little toning, otherwise fine (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
928 E   image1913 (22 Aug) picture postcard franked with 3k red, sent from Abas-Tuman to Tiflis. Postmarked in Abas-Tuman (22.8.13) and at the 3rd city postal branch office in the Navtlug suburb of Tiflis (24.8). Sent to Staff Captain V. V. Babenchikov, regimental adjutant of the 202nd Gori infantry regiment in camp at Vake, a plain on the western edge of Tiflis (In 1909 Babenchikov was a lieutenant in the Kerch fortress infantry battalion, and during the Civil War he was a colonel in the Volunteer Army on the Caucasian front) (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
929 E   image1917 (8 Mar) 3k stationery card sent from Tiflis to Helsinki, postmarked at the 3rd city postal branch office in the Navtlug suburb of Tiflis, with Helsinki (31.3) arrival, censored Helsinki 1 April 1917 in red. The sender was a patient at the military hospital in Navtlug (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
Georgia Berg Republic
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
930 nhbl   image1923 2k green, 10k dark blue, blocks of four, n.h., fine-v.f. (Image)

Current Opening Price...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
Siberia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
931 E   image1809 stampless outer FL with straight line "Tabolsk" departure datestamp, sent by the Tobolsk provincial administration to the Tambov provincial administration, wax seal mostly removed, rare (Image)

Current Opening Price...$95.00
Will close during Public Auction
932 E   image1821 (10 Mar) FL sent by the executive office of the Tomsk provincial administration to the Tambov provincial administration, with straight-line "TOMSK" departure handstamp, wax seal mostly removed. The letter is marked "secret." The message reads, "As a result of your communication of 10 Nov. 1820 concerning the political investigation of the secret prisoner Murza Faizulla Mamleev (from the nobility), we are notifying you that our subordinate city and Zemstvo police and the Office of the Kolyvan-Voskresensk Mining Authority have been informed." (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
933 E   image1835 (30 Nov) FL from Omsk to the Tambov provincial administration. The letter is on printed stationery of the Omsk territorial administration's executive office, which matches the wording on partial wax seal on back. The letter states that the estates in question are not in Omsk Territory. This is the earliest known mail from Omsk and the only known example of the "OMSK" postmark, which was introduced when the post office opened in 1790 (Image)

Current Opening Price...$230.00
Will close during Public Auction
934 E   image1851 (10 Dec) 10k stationery entire envelope, with indicia on back, canceled by pen, sent from Omsk, with red double-circle departure postmark (year filled-in by hand), addressed to the "administration of the class lottery of the Polish Kingdom" in Warsaw, with small "Warszawa 24.1." (1852) arrival pmk, minor toning and filing fold, fine usage from Omsk to uncommon destination (Image) (image 934a)

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Current Opening Price...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
935 E   image1858 (4 Aug) outer FL sent from Tomsk to the Tambov provincial administration, red "TOMSK OTPRAVLENO (4.8.58)" departure, with the paper seal (torn on opening) of the Tomsk provincial administration (Image)

Current Opening Price...$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
936 E 2 image1858 cover (opened for display), franked with 10k brown & blue, canceled by pen and addressed to Tomsk, with red "TOMSK POLUCHENO (6.7.58)" arrival datestamp on back, minor overall toning, scarce usage (Cat No. 2) (Image)

Current Opening Price...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
937 E   image1861 (21 Jan) money letter sent from Omsk to the Board of Guardians in St. Petersburg. The letter contained 31.4 rubles, but since the weight fee was waived for military mail, the postage was just the 1% insurance fee rounded up to 31.5 kopecks (indicated by manuscript), with four wax corner seals of the horse artillery brigade staff of the Siberian line Cossack troops, minor toning and cover wear (Image) (image 937a)

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Current Opening Price...$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
938 E   image1865 (22 Sep) cover (opened for display, backflap slightly trimmed), franked with Russian 10k brown & blue perf. 12 1/2 (Scott No.8), sent from Chita to Tobolsk, with 21 October 1865 arrival. The addressee, Jan Akko, took part in the Polish insurrection of 1863-64. As a result, he was deprived of rights, exiled to Siberia, and his estate in Kovno province was confiscated by the Russian government. The sender, Andrey Bukovsky (return address in Polish), was a major in the Transbaikal Cossack army (By April 1864, the leaders of the uprising were arrested and executed, marking the official end of the January Uprising. According to Russian statistics, after the end of the insurrection 396 people were executed and 18,672 were exiled to Siberia. Vast numbers of Poles were also sent to the interior of Russia and to the Caucasus, Urals and other remote areas. Around 70,000 people were imprisoned and subsequently exiled from Poland and consigned to distant regions of Russia) (Image)

Current Opening Price...$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
939 E   image1865 (1 July) FL from Tobolsk to the Tyumen city council, with Tobolsk departure cds and a paper seal (torn on opening) of the provincial governor, A. I. Despot-Zenovich. The governor is responding to a request from the Tyumen city council, which was petitioned by some residents to obtain fine breed horses from the government stables to improve the local horse population. The governor promises to forward the request to the Governor-General of Western Siberia (Image)

Current Opening Price...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
940 E   image1870 (24 Apr) stationery 10k black entire envelope, indicia on backflap, sent from Irkutsk to Shpola, arriving 25 May, 1870. The cover was sent by Dionysus Rogalevich who was exiled after the Polish insurrection of 1863-64. The wax seal reads "Vremennoye upravlenye Gubern. Vostoch. Sibir. Dla nadzora za politich. Prestup" (Provisional Administration of the Governor-general of Eastern Siberia for the Surveillance of Political Criminals). Exiles had to submit their mail to the authorities for censorship, some toning (Image) (image 940a)

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Current Opening Price...$130.00
Will close during Public Auction

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