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JAPAN Japanese Offices in Korea continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
801 E   image1912 registered cover to Scotland, franked with single 20sen red, with "Dalen/Chosen" registry label, name filled in by hand, routed "Via Siberia", with bold strike of "I.J.P.O. 1. Mukden-Changchun South Manchuria" 13.7.12, London transit and Edinburgh arrival markings on back, cover faults, interesting routing through Mukden (Image)



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802 E   image1919 cover franked with 10sen dark blue, addressed to The Hague, Netherlands, with red Chemulpo (Chosen) censor chop at left, also "Passed by Censor CHO.C.B." label affixed on back, with Gravenhage (5.12.19) arrival pmks, return address "Chemulpo Chosen", fine and rare example to the Chosen Censor label (Image)



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803 E   image1920 (28 Apr) registered card with corner cachet of The Bank of Chosen, Seoul, Chosen, attractively franked and registered from Keijo to New York, v.f., with arrival pmk (Image)



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804 E   image1937 (12 Dec) large registered cover franked with pair of 3s and single 10s, 20s, with Registry label below, also with Yokohama Registry label, sent to United States, showing return address "St. Justin Seminary TAIKOU-COREE", Pittsburgh arrival (3 Jan 1938) on back, fine (Image)



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805 E   image1937 (11 Sep) large cover with pre-printed "Post Office Shingishu, Chosen" addressed to The Office of Exchange in Paris, France, with Shingishu departure cds, sent via Hsingking, where violet cds was applied and Registry label added, backstamped on arrival in Paris (25 Sep), filing fold, fine (Image)



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806 E   imageShip Mail. 1893 (12 Mar) UPU 2sen stationery card posted at the Japanese ship from Nagasaki to Vladivostok, canceled at the I.J.P.O. Fusan (12.III) "Fusan Meiji 26 I.J.P. & T.O.", also "I.J.P.O. GENSAN / Meiji 18" (14.III), showing triangle type Paquebot mark "PU./ Ship" (only known example of Fusan recorded), re-addressed to Hallein bei Salzburg, Austria, sent via Brindisi, with arrival 1/3/97 Hallein (after four years!), card creases, with red chop on reverse, fine and most unusual cover, forwarded without surcharge and treated as a ship letter carried on the Nagasaki to Vladivostok Sea route, with 2sen being the special rate to Vladivostok, ex-Mizuhara (Image)



SOLD for $4,750.00
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807 E   imageShip Mail. 1893 cover to Augsburg, Germany, franked with Russian 14k carmine & blue, originating on a Russian Ship and posted on a Japanese ship "Satsuma Maru", endorsed "Via Fusan" (Korea), canceled "I.J.P.O. Gensan/ 23 VII 1893/Meiji 26", with small triangular framed "GEN./SHIP" ("GEN" for Gensan) applied on reverse, transmitted via Nagasaki (27 VIII and 30 VIII) and Yokohama (2 IX), with Augsburg (9.10.93) arrival pmk on back. Markings with the word "Ship" were used by some countries between 1891 (when the U.P.U. Congress at Vienna authorized the cancelation of ship letters with the datestamp of the port of arrival) and 1894, when the word "Paquebot" came into use to denote mail posted on board ship. A fascinating cover, with 1991 Mikulski certificate, ex-Casey (Image) (image 807a)

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SOLD for $3,500.00
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808 E   imageShip Mail. 1894 (15 June) cover franked with 5sen ultramarine perf.13, tied by "I.J.P.O. Gensan 15.VI.1904", with framed "Paquebot" alongside, addressed to Germany, with "25 Ctms" endorsement and corresponding "Gen T", also two additional "YC T" tax markings and "40" in blue crayon (penalty rate for underpayment for the full UPU rate of 10sen), Nagasaki (20 VI) and Yokohama (28 VI) transits, with Kiel (6.8) arrival pmks on back, minor rubbing at top of the cover (tape removed?), fine and interesting usage with "Gen T" (Gensan) tax markings in Latin letters (Image)



SOLD for $1,900.00
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809 E   imageShip Mail. 1897 (21 Nov) Russian 4k stationery card posted from Vladivostok ("Happy Near Year Vladivostok, East Siberia"), via GENSAN, small "Gensan I.J.P.O." 21 Nov 97 cds, supported by a indistinct framed "Paquebot", sent to New York, with Dec.19, 98 "Paid All" arrival pmk (Image)



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810 E   imageShip Mail. 1898 (24 Nov) Russian 4k stationery card canceled "Gensan I.J.P.O.", with framed "Paquebot" handstamp alongside, addressed to Germany, with Yokohama (1 Dec) and Bremen (1.1.99) arrival pmks, v.f. (Image)



SOLD for $220.00
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811 E   imageShip Mail. 1898 cover (opened for display) to Copenhagen, Denmark, franked with pair of Russian 10k dark blue, originating on a Russian Ship posted in Vladivostok (return address of "C. Wahling, Wladivostok, East-Siberia") posted on a Japanese ship, stamps canceled "I.J.P.O. Gensan 20 July 98", with framed "Paquebot" handstamp at bottom, showing Yokohama (28 July), London (24 Aug) and Copenhagen (26.8) arrival on back, fine double-rate cover, ex-Casey (Image)



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812 E   imageShip Mail. 1898 cover to England, franked with Russian 10k dark blue, originating on a Russian Ship, posted on a Japanese ship, stamp canceled "I.J.P.O. Gensan 30 Nov 98" (small type), with framed "Paquebot" handstamp at bottom, transit pmk Yokohama (17 Dec) and Leeds (Jan 10, 99) arrival, both on back, some cover tears and backflap faults, late usage of the small type "Gensan" cancel (Image)



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813 E   imageShip Mail. 1900 (7 Aug) Russian 4k stationery card posted from Vladivostok, then via "Yamashiro Maru" from GENSAN, small "Gensan I.J.P.O." 8 Aug 00 cds, supported by a framed "Paquebot", sent via Nagasaki and Yokohama to England, interesting text (in English) discussing trouble on the Amur River and the border of Siberia, with the Russian government using all the River Steamers to carry troops, thus no mail going out, etc. Card endorsed "Via Japan & Vancouver" (because of the Boer War), with arrival Bedford (11 Sep), overall toning, rare usage (Image)



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814 E   imageShip Mail. 1901 cover to Yokohama, Japan, franked with Russian 10k dark blue, originating on a Russian Ship posted in Vladivostok (return address of Arthur Koppel Auction House in Vladivostok) posted on a Japanese ship, stamp canceled "I.J.P.O. Gensan 31 July 01", with framed Paquebot" handstamp alongside, blue crayon endorsement and arrival pmk, all on front, filing fold away from the stamp, fine cover, ex-Casey (Image)



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815 E   imageShip Mail. 1901 cover to Yokohama, Japan, franked on back with Russian 20k carmine & blue, originating on a Russian Ship posted in Vladivostok (return address of Arthur Koppel Auction House in Vladivostok) posted on a Japanese ship, stamp canceled "I.J.P.O. Gensan 7 July 01", with framed "Paquebot" handstamp and arrival pmk alongside, all on reverse, some toning and wrinkles away from the stamp, fine double rate cover, ex-Casey (Image) (image 815a)

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SOLD for $525.00
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816 E   imageShip Mail. 1901 (8 Nov) red band (Chinese) cover with Russian 5k and pair of 10k dark blue, tied by GENSAN I.J.P.O. (large type), supported by framed "Paquebot" alongside, addressed to Shanghai, with red directional handstamps, Nagasaki transit and "Shanghai I.J.P.O." (17 Nov) arrival pmk, intact Chinese wax seals, fine and unusual cover, with 25k franking (Image) (image 816a)

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JAPAN Russo-Japanese War
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
817 E   imageMilitary Mail. 1905-06 collection of 21 covers or cards, annotated on pages, various markings and cancels, including Keijo (Seoul) card sent to French Legation in Seoul, card from Sonosuke, Kojami, 3rd Company, Infantry 52nd Regiment, Genzan, sent to Japan, card from 50-12 defense unit, sent from Hokusei (hand-painted watercolor on back), military mail (Gunji Yubin) from Eiko to Toyokawa, others mostly used in 1906 from Seoul to Japan, mixed condition, some faults noted (Image) (image 817a) (image 817b) (image 817c) (image 817d) (image 817e) (image 817f) (image 817g) (image 817h) (image 817i) (image 817j) (image 817k) (image 817l) (image 817m) (image 817n) (image 817o) (image 817p) (image 817q) (image 817r)

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KOREA
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
818 nhogbl 1-2 image1884 5m rose, perf. 9, 10m blue, perf. 9 1/2, blocks of four, each with a bottom imprint ("Prepared in the Printing Bureau of the Department of Finance of the Imperial Japanese Government"), the latter with perf. separations and pulled perf. at bottom right, mostly n.h., rare (catalogued as hinged singles) cat. $420 (Cat No. 1-2) (Image)

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SOLD for $3,750.00
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819 O 2 image1884 10m blue, violet "Customs Jochiwon" (?) postmark, small faults, fine appearing example of this tremendous rarity, cat. $10000 (Cat No. 2) (Image)

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820 ogObl 6-9 image1895 5p green, 10p blue, 25p maroon, 50p purple, selection on two exhibit pages, describing the two different printings, with unused set of blocks of four, plus 24 used singles, various cancels, some quite scarce double circle in red, "Unpaid" and others, mixed condition, ex-Kondo (Cat No. 6-9) (Image)

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SOLD for $2,400.00
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