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Worldwide Stamps and Covers continued...

GREAT BRITAIN British Intervention in North Russia continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
621 O   image1919 Great Britain 5sh Carmine (Seahorses), tied on piece by "Field Post Office P.B. 66" (Obozerskaya) postmark, dated 3 Apr 1919, fine and rare usage of a 5sh stamp to pay postage from North Russia (Image)

CLOSED
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622 E   image1919 (11 Jan) cover with 35k franking, used from Kozhskaya to Archangel, with additional departure and arrival pmks on back, also round "C.I.A. Censure Military Archangel 6" cachet (used by A.I.C.D., Censored Inter Allied (CIA), filing fold away from the stamps, fine and unusual censored internally used Civilian mail (illustrated in Rossica (Journal 116, 1991) (Image)

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
623 E   image1919 (12 Sep) On Active Service cover to Leeds, with Army Post Office P.B.2 (Archangel) cancel, also "Passed by Censor" handstamp below, with accompanying letter ("will be home in three to four weeks"), v.f. Archangel was evacuated on 27th September, 1919 (Image)

CLOSED
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GREAT BRITAIN British Intervention in South Russia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
624 E   image1919 (13 Oct) picture postcard from Constantinople to France, endorsed "Officer's Mail" and showing the return address of a Maj.P.D. Parkinson, U.S. Army, "Leave this afternoon on a destroyer for Batoum", addressed to "A.N.C., U.S. Army Camp Hospital APO 716" in Brest, fine (Image)

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
625 E   image1919 (3 July) picture postcard addressed to "A.B.Sea" (Army of the Black Sea), with "Army Post Office SX 22" and "Passed by Censor No.92" at left, scarce interdivision correspondence card (after the armistice between Turkey and the Allies, the British sent troops from Salonika to the Constantinople area and the Caucasus. The 27th Division went to Russia). In addition, there is another picture postcard from Gagry, written 2 March, 1920, On Active Service endorsed, faint H.M.Ship no charge raised handstamp, fine (Image)

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
626 E   image1920 (1 Mar) cover endorsed "O.K.'S.", with "Army Post Office B.M.S.R." (British Military South Russia), with "B.M.M. South Russia" return address and sent to England, some cover wear, fine usage from Novorossiysk (Image)

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
627 nhbl SG E13-25 image1950 overprinted B.A. Eritrea, set of 13 sheet margin blocks of four, n.h., several with Plate Number, occasional, natural wrinkles, fine-v.f., cat. £400 (Cat No. SG E13-25) (Image)

CLOSED
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628 nhbl   image1948 BMA Eritrea, 10 Cents on 1d, lower right sheet corner margin block of nine, overprint dramatically displaced, n.h., v.f., from the only known recorded sheet showing this major variety (Sass.2b, Euro 1,215) (Image)

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH BRITISH GUIANA
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
629 O 14 image1856 4c black, magenta, used, lower right sheet corner margin single, used, extensively repaired, fine appearance of this classic rarity, with 2013 Roumet certificate, cat. $25000 (Cat No. 14) (Image)

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH CANADIAN PROVINCES - Prince E
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
630 nhbl 9 image1868 4p black, complete pane of 30, with all constant varieties including "FOUP" instead of "FOUR", n.h., some light staining, otherwise fine-v.f. (Cat No. 9) (Image)

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH Canadian Expeditionary Force
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
631 E   image1918-19 three covers to Canada, "Field Post Office 201" On Active Service endorsement, with West Quacs arrival, others with "P.B.44" (Bakaritsa) and Army Post Office P.B.2 (Archangel), with Royal Army Medical Corps Hospital Ship censor mark, cover faults, scarce group (Image) (image 631a)

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632 E   image1919 (15 Mar) Canadian Siberian Expedition cover, with "C.A.H." (Church Army Hut Protestant) cachet, endorsed "On Active Service", with "Field Post Office/Canadian Siberian Exp. Force" cds, addressed to Montreal, fine (World War I saw Church Army working both at home and overseas providing much-needed recreation huts for the armed forces. At their peak these huts welcomed more than 200,000 men each day. Alongside this Church Army also operated ambulances, mobile canteens and kitchen cars) (Image)

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
633 E   image1919 (25 Feb) Canadian YMCA cover endorsed "On Active Service", with "Field Post Office/Canadian Siberian Exp. Force" cds, addressed to Ottawa, with "Orderly Room 259th Bn. Can. Rifles (Siberia)" cancel below, fine. Only a few "Orderly Room" cachets have been recorded (Image)

CLOSED
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BRITISH COMMONWEALTH CANADIAN TERRITORY - Newfoun
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
634 E 24,28 image1875 cover to England, franked with three copies of 2c green, used in combination with 12c pale red brown, canceled by grids, with red "Paid Liverpool Br. Packet 22 Ja 75" on arrival, indistinct St. John's departure, per "Caspian" endorsement, with Poole cds on back, small cover faults away from the stamps, fine usage, scarce (single 2c is catalogued at $550 on cover; SG £95 x 30 on cover) (Cat No. 24,28) (Image)

CLOSED
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635 og C1 imageAir Post. 1919 Caribou 3c brown overprinted "'FIRST / TRANS- / ATLANTIC / AIR POST / April, 1919", the so-called "Hawker", lightly hinged, well centered for this, signed on back by the postmaster "J.A.R." (J.A.Robinson), also Giulio Bolaffi etc., fresh and fine example of this Air Post rarity (the stamp was overprinted for use on mail carried by Harry Hawker and Kenneth Mackenzie Grieve on their proposed non-stop flight across the Atlantic in a Sopwith biplane. The aircraft came down in the sea but the men were rescued and the plane salvaged. Only 200 stamps were overprinted, of which 95 were used on letters, 11 were given as presentation copies, 76 were sold in aid of the Marine Disasters Fund, the remaining 18 were apparently damaged and destroyed) cat. $25000 (Cat No. C1) (Image)

SOLD for $15,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH CYPRUS
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
636 E   imageZeppelin Flights. 1933 3rd SAF from Nicosia, via Friedrichshafen, where German adhesives were added for further transmission to Brazil, Pernambuco arrival on back, v.f. and scarce mixed-country dispatch from Cyprus (Image)

SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH FALKLAND ISLANDS
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
637 E   image1937 registered letter with enclosure to Western Australia, franked with 1929 Penguins issue 1/2d-4d values tied by light cds, with blue and white "Falkland Islands/(Stanley)" Registration label, Perth transit & "North Perth" arrival backstamp, v.f. (Image)

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH GOLD COAST
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
638 og 38-48 image1902 KEVII, 2 1/2p-20sh, complete set, l.h. or h.r., fine-v.f. (SG 38-48) cat. £375 (Cat No. 38-48) (Image)

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH Overprints on Stamps of Hong
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
639 og 24var image1922-27 25c red violet and dull violet, "Broken Flower" variety, h.r., fine (SG 25a) cat. £900 (Cat No. 24var) (Image)

CLOSED
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BRITISH COMMONWEALTH INDIA
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
640 ogO M1-33 imageMilitary Stamps. 1900-1921 C.E.F. Overprints, complete sets, Victoria with high values used on piece, KEVII and George V h.r. (few low values used), fine-v.f. (SG C1-34) cat. £500 (Cat No. M1-33) (Image)

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction

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