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POLAND continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
741 E   image1914 registered cover to the Red Cross in St. Petersburg, franked with vertical strip of 3x7k (top stamp cut as the cover was reduced), tied by mute cancels, showing return address in Warszawa, Registry label No.8 partly excised to conceal the addressee's origin, 16 Aug.14 arrival (Image)

CLOSED
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742 E 77-78 image1919 Gniezno Issue, 5pf on 21/2pf (4) and 10pf on 71/2pf (3) surcharges, tied by Ostrzeszow 4.10.19 pmks on registered cover to Poznan, cover stained and faulty, stamps fine-v.f., signed Mikulski (catalogued as used off cover) cat. $1180 (Cat No. 77-78) (Image)

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
743 E   image1920 correspondence to Lemberg, later Lwow, addressed to the Metropolitan Andrzej Szeptycki (The Servant of God, Metropolitan Archbishop Andrey Szeptycki (1865-1944) was the Metropolitan Archbishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church from 1901 until his death in 1944. During his tenure, he led the Church through two world wars and seven political regimes: Austrian, Russian, Soviet, Polish, Soviet, General Government (Nazi), and again Soviet. Metropolitan Szeptycki was one of the most influential figures in the history of the Ukrainian Church in the twentieth century. The Lviv National Museum, founded by Szeptycki in 1905, now bears his name), 100+ covers and cards ranging from stampless, to Austria, Poland, Russia, Bosnia, Italy, Lithuania, Generalgouvernment, many interesting arrival and departure markings, mostly fine (Image)

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
744 E 128,134 image1921 (18 Jan) picture postcard from Warszawa to Kaunas, franked with 1k and used in combination with 3m, tied by departure cds, with clear "Kaunas 30.1.21" arrival postmark alongside. Mixed currency frankings are uncommon, and so is the fact that this postcard got delivered directly, at a time when diplomatic relations between Poland and Lithuania were broken and postal service often required involvement of a neutral intermediary country (Cat No. 128,134) (Image)

SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction
745 O 229var image1925 3gr blue, imperforate vertical pair, used on piece, v.f. (Cat No. 229var) (Image)

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
746 nh 284var image1934 55g on 60g blue, horizontal pair (pos.59-60), each stamp variety (line above "gr" and defective "r" in "gr"), n.h., v.f. (Fi. 271B2+B3, 1,200zl) (Cat No. 284var) (Image)

CLOSED
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747 E   image1939-41 Russian Occupation, four stationery cards from Polish POWs in Stebniki near Drohobycz to Krakow; Kara-Kalpadska ASSR to London, Podkamien near Brody to Krakow and from Stryj via Dulag (German transit Camp) to German occupied Krakow, all neatly described, fine and rare group (Image) (image 747a)

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SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
748 E   image1940 correspondence from Lithuania (two 35c stationery cards and one 5c with "Interniertensendung" endorsement) sent by a Polish soldier (aspirant) interned in Lithuania to German occupied Krakow, one from Rokiskins, others from the pemanent camp in Vilkaviskis, all posted from Kaunas. Internee's mail was limited to 20 lines per postcard, and the sender was clearly aware of this limitation (on each card, he numbered his message from 1 to 20), fine-v.f., with German censor markings applied on arrival (In September 1939 about 15,000 Polish officers, soldiers and policemen crossed into Lithuania to escape capture by German or Russian forces. They were interned, first in temporary internee camps (Birstonas, Palanga, Alytus, Kursenai and Rokiskis) and later in four permanent internee camps (Kalvarija, Ukmerge, Vilkaviskis and Kaunas). Over the next ten months, some internees were released for health reasons, some qualified for Lithuanian citizenship, and quite a few had escaped to join fighting with Germans in France, or with Russians in Finland. Once Lithuania came under the direct Soviet control, the remaining internees (about 4700) were declared POWs and transferred to camps in Russia (Kozyelsk and Yuchnov) (Image)

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
749 E   image1944 Wodzowie, 1zl dark blue, used in combination with 50gr green (Goznak issue) on registered cover from Bialystok to Lancut, both stamps tied by pre-WWII "TFL TLG Bialystok 14 XI 33" cds, additional departure strike alongside, handstamped Registry "Bialystok" at bottom, with "328" filled in by hand, military censor "183" on back, minor cover tears on reverse, otherwise fine, signed Piekut, Petriuk, with 2001 Piekut and 2020 Wysocki certificates. A rare commercially used cover (Image) (image 749a) (image 749b)

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SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
750 nh 349var,350var image1945 Liberation "Warszawa" and "Czestochowa", double overprints, n.h., v.f., signed Krawczyk, Mikulski, etc. (Fi.348aNp, 349Np, 6,500zl) (Cat No. 349var,350var) (Image)

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
751 E 346var,384var image1946 registered postcard from Brzeg to Krakow (long message on reverse), franked with 1.50z on 25gr red brown, surcharge inverted, used in combination with 3zl Liberation of Warszawa overprint inverted and shifted, some card adhesions, otherwise v.f., rare (Fi. 376No, 389No, unpriced on cover) (Cat No. 346var,384var) (Image)

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
752 E   imageFlight Covers. 1929-81 selection of 19 first flight covers, Balloon Flights, etc., including 1929 Poznan Exhibition label on cover to Warszawa, two 1934 Gordon Bennett Challenge labels on cover to Radom and another with Balloon "Syrena" to Czechoslovakia, 1936 Moscicki Club race automobile after Balloon, addressed to Jan Zamoyski, 1939 Balloon "Moscice" and "Pomorze" (2), also two registered and flown covers franked with FDR, Kosciuszko & Pulaski (C26A-C), etc. (Image) (image 752a) (image 752b) (image 752c)

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SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
753 ogbl   imageRevenue Stamps. 1918 Skarb Narodowy Polski (National Fund), National Section, Dollar denominated labels $1 green, sheetlet of ten, also single $1, $5, $10, $25 and $50 singles, as well as "May 3 Wychodzctwo Ojczyznie" (leaving the homeland) $2, $5, $50 singles and vertical se-tenant pair of $10+$25, fine-v.f. (Image) (image 753a)

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754 E   imageMilitary Mail. 1915-17 selection of 11 covers and cards, plus 5 coverfronts, various "Feldpost" endorsements and Polish Legion markings, mixed condition, mostly with clear postmarks and military handstamps, fine and interesting group (Image)

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755 E   image1916 (12 June) picture postcard sent from Bojanow to "Feldpost 351" address, franked with two uncanceled 2h special seals for the Polish Legion Samaritan and Humanitarian work, card creases, fine (Image)

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756 E   image1920 (10 Dec) French Military Mission in Poland, free-frank cover to Paris, with "Tresor et Postes 311" military post cancel, violet "Mission Militaire Francaise en Pologne Etat-Major 4e Bureau" handstamp, fine (the aim of the Mission was to provide aid during the Polish-Soviet War (1919-21), and to create a strong Polish military to serve as a useful ally against Germany. It was an advisory body consisting of about 400 French officers attached to staffs of Polish units at various levels) (Image)

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
757 E   image1934 Polish White Cross, two covers one headed "Polski Bialy Krzyz", the other with specially prepared label, Krakow departure and sent to Bronowice Male, another to Ministry of Military Affairs in Warsaw Castle, fine (Image)

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
758 og   image1940-45 1st Polish Army Corps Fieldpost, collection with 8 different perf. and imperf. "letterseals", also 7 "Officially Sealed" labels (Image) (image 758a) (image 758b)

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POLAND 1917-1918 Polish Corps of Gen. Dowbor-Musni
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
759 O Mi.1-11 image1917 Poczta Pol. Korp. overprints on Russian stamps, nine different used, including the 10k/7k and 70k imperf. used on pieces, "Poczta Polowa I.Pol.Korp" fieldpost cancels, fine-v.f., signed Kosack, Gryzewski, etc., with 1988 Mikulski certificate (Cat No. Mi.1-11) (Image)

CLOSED
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POLAND Polish Locals - Bialystok
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
760 og Mi.1 II image1916 25pf surcharge, with signature, h.r., v.f., signed Dr. Jemchouhin, cat. €300 (Cat No. Mi.1 II) (Image)

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction

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