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JAPAN Japanese Offices in Korea
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
781 E   image1885 (Aug) registered "On Her Majesty's Service" cover, with preprinted H.M.Consulate General for COREA, addressed to Germany, franked on back with 1877 old koban 10s blue, vertical top margin strip of three, tied by double circle Type DK "Chosen Ninsen 8-5" pmks, repeated alongside, with octagonal "Registered Nagasaki" (11 Aug) and violet "Registered Yokohama" (18 Aug) transit markings on front, also New York Registry label, violet "R" and crayon numbers applied in Ninsen (Chemulpo) on front, bold Registered Sept 2 1885 San Francisco and Bad Kreuznach (22 Sep) arrival pmks on back, trivial toning, v.f., one of only a few registered covers, used from the Japanese Post Office in Chemulpo from this early period (Image) (image 781a)

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SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
782 E   image1889 (24 May) cover franked with 4sen Old Koban (Scott 58), tied by "Ninsen" bisected circle cds, sent via Nagasaki to Yokohama. The return address shows the cover was sent by an American naval officer on "USS Palos", some toning, otherwise fine, scarce usage of the Old Koban from Ninsen, Korea, especially with bisected circle pmk (Image)



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783 E   image1890 (17 Aug) cover (with a long letter) franked with 5sen blue (small faults), tied by "Ninsen" bisected circle cds, sent via Nagasaki and Yokohama (7 Aug) to United States, with Mechanicsburg (22 Aug) arrival, faint toning, otherwise fine (Image)



SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
784 E   image1890 (14 Aug) cover franked with single Chrysanthemum 10sen brown, tied by small "Genzan Post" cds (scarce), sent via Nagasaki (17 Aug) and Kobe (20 Aug) to France, with Libourne arrival pmk on back, fine (Image)



SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
785 E   image1893 (6 Oct) registered 2sen stationery entire envelope, additionally franked with cover franked with 3sen pink and 10sen orange brown (Scott 76,79), tied by "I.J.P.O. Gensan, Meiji 26" double circle pmks, with "GENZANSHIN COREA" registry label below, sent via Nagasaki (13.X) to China, with Shanghai arrival on back, minor toning, fine (Image) (image 785a)

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SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
786 E   image1893 (13 June) UPU 2sen green stationery card datelined Seoul, Korea, canceled "I.J.P.O. Ninsen / Meiji 26", addressed to London, with Kobe and Yokohama transits, arriving London Aug 9, 93, charged Postage Due "1d F.B." (Foreign Branch), penciled ".05 Ctm" at top, also handstamped "T" at bottom, fine and uncommon postage due card from Korea to England. In addition, there is a 3sen stationery card used in 1897 from Seoul I.J.P.O. to England, with Yokohama transit, some toning, otherwise fine (Image)



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787 E   image1894 (17 May) cover franked with horizontal strip of 4x5sen ultramarine, tied by "I.J.P.O. NINSEN / MEIJI 26", with JINSEN, COREA registry label, also "R" with "Seoul" in pen marking, addressed to Russia, with Kobe (21.V) and Yokohama (31.V) transit pmks, New York Registry label affixed at top left, arriving there on 12 June, with two St. Petersburg (12.VI.94 Gregorian Calendar) markings alongside, splendid triple registered cover (Image)



SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
788 E   image1895 (3 July) registered cover franked with 2x1s green, single 8s violet and 10s brown orange New Koban issue (Scott 72,78,79), all tied by SEOUL I.J.P.O. datestamps, with "Seoul" registry marking in pen, JINSEN, COREA registry label, addressed to Germany, with Yokohama (1 Aug) transit, arrival Nuremberg and Lauingen on back, fine and colorful registered cover, showing scare usage of the Japanese 1sen adhesives from Korea (Image)



SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
789 E   image1895 (21 June) registered cover franked with single 20sen orange, tied by "Seoul I.J.P.O." cds, with "Seoul 1513" registry mark by hand, "JINSEN, COREA" registry label, Nagasaki (8 July) transit pmk, addressed to RIGA, sent via New York, where United States Registry label was affixed, showing on reverse New York (31.7), Yokohama and finally Riga (30.VII Gregorian calendar) arrival, with original metal clasp sealing the backflap. A fine triple registered cover to uncommon destination (Image)



SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
790 E   image1895 (11 May) cover franked with 5sen blue, tied by "Gensan I.J.P.O" in red brown and sent to Washington, D.C., with Nagasaki (25 May), San Francisco (12 June) and Washington (17 June) arrival pmks on back, backflap refolded, fine (Image)



SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
791 E   image1896 (3 Sep) cover franked with single and pair of 10sen orange brown, tied by "Seoul I.J.P.O." cds, addressed to "John Barrett, U.S. Minister Resident, Bangkok, Siam", with Nagasaki transit and Bangkok (3.10.96) arrival pmks on back, fine cover to uncommon destination (John Barrett, while working as a journalist, so impressed President Grover Cleveland during a meeting that he was appointed as the United States Minister to Siam, where he served from 1894-1898. He worked as a war correspondent during the Spanish-American War and then as a diplomatic adviser to Admiral George Dewey. Finally, he was appointed as a delegate to the second Pan-American Conference in 1901 through the following year. In 1903, he was appointed as the Minister to Argentina, and though he only served in that position for one year, President Theodore Roosevelt later remarked that he had begun a "new United States-Argentine era". He was then appointed as Minister to Panama and then to Colombia. In 1907, he was appointed as the first Director General of the Bureau of American Republics, an international organization that was renamed as the Pan American Union in 1910 (and subsequently reorganized in 1948 as the Organization of American States). He served in this capacity for fourteen years. On his death, the New York Times commented that he had "done more than any other person of his generation to promote closer relations among the American republics") (Image)



CLOSED
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792 E   image1896 (20 Feb) cover franked with 5sen blue, tied by "Ninsen I.J.P.O" in red brown and sent to Toronto, Canada, with Kobe (25 Feb) transit pmk alongside, plus Yokohama (27 Feb), Vancouver (11 Mar) and Toronto (Mar 16) arrival cds on back, fine (Image)



SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
793 E   image1897 (2 Apr) registered cover to England, with embossed Customs House, Fusan return address on backflap, franked with two four 5s Silver Wedding (two defective), tied by foreign type "Fusan I.J.P. & T.O." cds, with corresponding "Fusanpo Corea" Registry label, sent via Nagasaki (29 Apr), with red Registered and London 1 June arrival pmks on front, rare franking and origin (Image)



CLOSED
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794 E   image1898 (24 Jan) registered cover to Finland, franked with two each 2s carmine and 8s violet, tied by foreign type "Fusan I.J.P. & T.O." cds, with corresponding "Fusanpo Corea" Registry label, sent via Singapore (11 Feb), with French "Ligne N 18 Feb 98 Paq Fr" cds, "Lyon a Paris" transit, showing the return address "Dr.Birk S S Siwoutch" (The Siwoutch was a gunboat of the Russian Far East Squadron), also bold Abo Turku (16.III) arrival on reverse, fine and rare forerunner usage, with the 8s being previously unrecorded on cover with Korean foreign style Fusan I.J.P. & T.O. cancel, fine and interesting cover to uncommon destination, with 2004 Eichorn certificate (Image) (image 794a) (image 794b)

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SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
795 E   image1898 (24 Dec) cover franked with 10sen orange brown, tied by "Gensan I.J.P.O" cds, sent via Nagasaki (27 Dec) to Washington, D.C., with Yokohama (30 Dec) and San Francisco, arriving Washington (25 Jan 99), fine (Image)



CLOSED
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796 E   image1898 (16 Nov) registered cover (slightly reduced at top) with "The American-Oriental Construction Co. Seoul-Chemulpo Railway Korea" corner cachet address, franked with Chrysanthemum 4x10sen brown, tied by "NINSEN I.J.P.O" cds (in brown), with corresponding Registry label below, sent via Yokohama and San Francisco (16 Dec) to Chicago, minor tears at top of the cover, otherwise fine (Image)



SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
797 E   image1903 (4 Apr) registered cover franked with "Kiku" definitives 2s, 3s and strip of 3x5s, paying 20sen from "Seoul I.J.P.O.", sent via Kore, where Registered label was added and sent to United States, with violet Kobe transit and San Francisco & Boston arrival pmks on back, fine and colorful cover (Image)



SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
798 E   image1904 (10 July) registered cover endorsed "Per First Steamer", franked with 20sen red, tied by "Seoul I.J.P.O." cds, supported by a Registry label handstamped "Imp. Jap. P.O. Chemulpo", addressed to San Francisco, U.S.A., with "Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Seoul" printed return address (Image)



CLOSED
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799 E 7,9,11 image1905 large cover with "The Wunsan Mines of Korea Chemulpo" printed address, franked with Japanese Offices in Korea overprinted 5sen, 10sen (defective) and 20sen, addressed to New York, with Moji, Japan (27 Dec) and New York (Jan 24, 1906) arrival pmks on back, largely intact wax seal, rare commercial usage of the overprints on cover, possibly unique (Cat No. 7,9,11) (Image) (image 799a)

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SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
800 E   image1908 (26 June) wrapper franked with 2sen green, tied by violet "Seoul Corea" cds, addressed to the Korean Bishop in Paris, v.f. (Image)



CLOSED
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