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RUSSIA
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
801 E   image1848 cover addressed to "His Imperial Majesty/to be delivered into his own hands", with boxed local St. Petersburg 16 April, 1848 departure datestamp on back, numbered "18", with intact wax seal. A fine letter addressed to Tsar Nicholas I (Image)

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802 E   image1867 single weight folded letter from Rostov to Syros, sent via Odessa and Constantinople by French steamer, franked with 1k, 3k and 30k (unwatermarked), and on arrival with Greece 20L blue, strip of three and single 5L green (1861-67 issue), all with clear to huge margins all around, applied as postage dues and tied by Syros 26.8.1867 cds, some filing folds through Russian 1k and Greek 20k, otherwise a v.f. and spectacular five color franking Greece/Russia combination, signed Vlastos, with his 1988 certificate (Image)

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
803 E   image1878 (29 Mar) registered cover from Vladivostok to Denmark, franked with 3x8k carmine & gray, tied by blue departure cds, with two framed "Zakaznoe" hs, repeated by hand at top, Moscow transit, also Postal Car 3-4 and Tarm arrival on back, fine (Image)

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
804 E   image1880 (14 Sep) registered cover from Ekaterinoslav to Kuttenberg (Austria), paying 14k with 4x1k and single 10k, tied by departure cds, with Postal Car and bilingual Kuttenberg/Kutna Hora (today Czech Republic) arrival (Image)

SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction
805 E   image1890 (9 Dec) registered cover from St. Petersburg, franked with pair of 10k dark blue and 5x2k green on back, addressed to the Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich, "Yacht Tamara" care of Russian Consulate in Colombo, Ceylon, sent via Brindisi (25.12.1890 Christmas Day), arriving in Colombo on January 2, 1891, filing folds and backflap tears, away from the stamps, fine cover to an uncommon destination (the letter was supposed to wait for the return of the royal yacht "Tamara", with Grand Dukes Sergei and Alexander Romanov on board, from their voyage to Sumatra. The voyage of the "Tamara" took place in 1890-1891. It was part of the education of Russian grand dukes (sons or grandsons of a tsar) to make a voyage to distant seas on a royal sailboat. Grand Dukes, brothers Alexander and Sergei accompanied Nicholas who was traveling on his frigate "Memory of Azov", to India. At Ceylon, the future tsar stayed in India to sightsee and hunt elephants while the brothers on board of "Tamara" went to Sumatra to explore the ocean currents and the possibility of setting up a Russian naval base there. The voyage was interrupted by the unexpected death of the Dukes' mother, Grand Duchess Olga, and in spring 1891 the brothers returned home to St. Petersburg) (Image)

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
806 og   image1917 Fellin, 1r "War Sacrifice" charity label, large format, h.r., v.f. (Image)

CLOSED
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807 E   imageFlight Covers. 1925 (28 July) registered and flown cover from Tashkent to Berlin, attractively franked on both sides, with regular issues and air post adhesives, supplemented by three different charity labels, registry handstamp with name filled in by hand, Moscow transit and Berlin arrival pmks, fine and colorful cover (Image)

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
808 E   image1931 (8 June) cover addressed to New York, franked with perforated set of five, with Moscow cancel on back, v.f. (Image)

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
809 E   image1932 (14 Aug) Moscow to Vladivostok first flight cover, registered and backstamped on arrival, forwarded to Canada, via Berlin, with Northport arrival, returned to sender, with various additional transit and arrival markings on back, fine and well traveled cover (Image)

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810 E   imageZeppelin Flights. 1930 Berlin flight cover from Moscow to Friedrichshafen, franked with Lenin Mourning Issue imperf. set of four and 1929 Pioneers set of two, with two additional stamps, oval "Mit Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin Beforderd" cachet and arrival pmk, fine (Image)

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
811 E   imagePostal Stationery. 1860-1913 10k black (indicia on backflap), two unused stationery entire envelopes, 1913 Romanov 4k unused unsevered postal reply card (3), also three 2k green wrappers, plus Far Eastern Republic 5k unsevered reply card, couple of trivial flaws, fine lot (Image)

CLOSED
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812 E   image1881-89 Odessa Red Cross, five stationery entire envelopes, two unused, others used locally, fine-v.f. (Image)

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813 E   image1913 Romanov Tercentenary, selection of 19 different unused stationery entire envelopes, wrappers and postal cards, fine-v.f. (Image) (image 813a) (image 813b)

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RUSSIA Russian Provisional Locals - Svyatoshino
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
814 nhbl   image1922 7,500 (r) on 5k green (Postal Savings Stamp), diagonal surcharge reading down right to left, cross-gutter sheet of 100, n.h., folded between stamps and in gutter, minor perf. separations, fine-v.f., signed Roger Calves. A rare sheet (Geyfman 1Ba, 13.000+) (Image)

CLOSED
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RUSSIA Russian Offices in China
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
815 O 45var image1910-16 1r pale brown & orange, perf. 12 1/2, horizontal pair, canceled Russian Post Shanghai 10.2.1916, fine and very rare multiple (Cat No. 45var) (Image)

CLOSED
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RUSSIA Russia Used in Asia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
816 E   image1851 (8 Mar) Folded letter (official letter) sent from Kyakhta to Tambov, with framed "Kyakhta 8 Mar 1851" departure pmk on back, with nearly intact wax seal of the "Tritskosavsk Town Council" (town situated four versts from Kyachta, a town located on the Kyakhta River near the Mongolia-Russia border. The town stands directly opposite the Mongolian border town of Altanbulag). A wonderful rarity, one of only five (!) recorded postal items from Kyachta, illustrated in Dobin's "Postmarks of the Russian Empire, Pre-Adhesive Period" (St. Petersburg, 2009), with 2003 Melnikov and Liapine certificates (Image) (image 816a)

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SOLD for $10,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
Armenia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
817 og   imageSemi-Postals. 1929 Philately for Children, handstamped in violet or red on Soviet Definitives, 1k, 2k, 3k (watermarked), 4k, 5k, 7k, 10k, 18k, 20k and 70k, group of 10 different, n.h. or h.r., 18k with tiny gum soak, otherwise fine-v.f. The proceeds of sale of these overprinted stamps was intended to benefit homeless children. The stamps were on sale for only one day (April 25, 1929) and few exist. A rare group of gems of Armenian philately, ex-Stefan Karadian and Dr.Hans Grigoleit's collections (Artar Catalogue P1-9,11) (Image)

CLOSED
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Azerbaijan
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
818 ng   image1922 2,000r definitive issue, with manuscript "5" in red ink over value tablet, changing it to "5,000r", unused, v.f., with 2001 Dr.Ceresa certificate ("three recorded used examples, including one on cover"). A rare manuscript provisional (Zagorsky mentions revalued stamps in the city of Zaqataly, where local revaluations were in effect for a few days after the introduction of new rates on November 15, 1922. These revaluations ceased after the officially revalued stamps became available) (Image)

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
Georgia Georgian Post Office in Constantinople
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
819 nh   image1919-20 surcharged and with bilingual "Constantinople" overprint, 1k-50k, red, black and blue surcharges, 36 different, including nine imperforate, mostly n.h., some usual gum adhesions, mostly fine-v.f., scarce group (Image)

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820 nhbl   image1919-20 imperforate issue, surcharged and with bilingual "Constantinople" overprint, 1k (red), 4k, 5k, 6k, 10k, 20k and 30k (all black), seven different imperforate blocks of four, n.h., some creases, mostly v.f., rare (Image) (image 820a)

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