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Worldwide Stamps and Covers continued...

KOREA - COVERS and POSTAL HISTORY continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
861 E 31,33 image1900 50ch green & pink, used with 2wn purple & yellow green on registered A.R. cover from Seoul (25 July 1902) to St. Petersburg, Russia, endorsed "Affranchie par 2 timbres $2.50" to indicate the franking, French Post Office in Shanghai transit (1 Aug) and St. Petersburg (25 Aug) arrival pmks on back, with red "Seoul" address handstamp (Sontak), fine cover with extraordinary cover, the only recorded franking of this combination and acknowledged as one of the top items of Korean classic philately, ex-Ichiro Kondo (last offered in 1994, David Feldman Auction, lot 70, SFr 18,000 hammer) (Cat No. 31,33) (Image) (image 861a)

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CLOSED
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862 E 21 image1901 (Oct) cover franked with single 3c orange red, sent to Union Co., Pa, where it was charged 7 cents Postage Due, with the addition of 1c and 3x2c U.S. postage dues (some perf. faults), with handstamp "U.S.Charge Collect 7 Cents". San Francisco transit and Lewisburg arrival pmks on back (Cat No. 21) (Image)

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SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
863 E 31 image1901 (21 Oct) registered cover franked with top sheet margin horizontal pair of 50wn olive green & pink, tied by Seoul cds, sent via Chemulpo to St. Petersburg, with transit and arrival pmks on back, v.f. (Cat No. 31) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,200.00
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864 E 23,25,27,35,37 image1902 (24 Nov) registered cover from Chemulpo to Switzerland, attractively franked with 5ch pink, 10ch purple and 20ch red brown, used in combination with 4x1ch on 25p and single 3ch on 50p purple, boxed Chemulpo registry handstamp, arrival on back Moudon, 21 Dec. 1902, fine registered cover (Cat No. 23,25,27,35,37) (Image)

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SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
865 E 6/27 image1902 (2 June) registered A.R.(opened for display) franked on both sides with a combination of 16 stamps, on back 5p green, strip of 3x10p blue, 25p maroon, overprinted in red 5p green, overprinted in black 25p maroon, pair of 2re gray; on front with pair of 20ch red brown, 2x15ch gray violet, 5ch pink, 6ch blue and 10ch purple, confirmed by "affranchie par 16 timbres" (franked with 16 stamps) endorsement, all tied by Seoul/Coree departure cds, sent via Shanghai (12 June) to St. Petersburg, arriving on 8th July (Russian calendar), boxed Seoul Registry and "A.R." handstamps. A remarkable cover (6,7,8,10,14,18,23,23-27) (Cat No. 6/27) (Image) (image 865a)

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SOLD for $3,250.00
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866 E 35,36,37,38 image1902 surcharges, set of four, tied by "Chemulpo 4 Apr 1904" cds on cover addressed to U.S. Naval officer, with "U.S.S. Vicksburg" handstamp, some adhesive toning, arrival pmk on back. A fine cover. The U.S. gunboat Vicksburg was present during the Russo-Japanese battle of Chemulpo two months earlier (Japan was the winner) and remained in the Korean port, which was considered neutral territory (Cat No. 35,36,37,38) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
867 E 43,46 image1903 two registered picture postcards from Seoul to Vienna, Austria, each franked with 4c and 10c Falcon, each with appropriate 1904 departure cds, Registry handstamps, one with Italian Legation in Korea diplomatic handstamp, sent via Shanghai, the other via Chemulpo and Shanghai, with Vienna arrival pmks, both displayed on exhibition page (Cat No. 43,46) (Image)

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SOLD for $800.00
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868 E 44 image1903 5ch Falcon, used 12 Dec 1904 on picture postcard from Seoul to "Musketier Kaarl Hahmel, 3.Komp. II Ostas.Infanterie Regiments" in Shan-ha-kwan, China, showing Chemulpo and Shanghai transits, also French Post Office in Tientsin 3 Jan 1905 arrival, little toning, unusual destination (Cat No. 44) (Image)

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SOLD for $625.00
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869 E   image1904 (30 Apr) cover headed "Legation of the United States of America, Seoul, Korea", franked with 10c Falcon, canceled by datestamp and used in combination with United States 2c carmine (Scott 319), both tied by San Francisco June 10 machine transit pmk, with Menominee, Mich (June 15) arrival on back. From January 5, 1904 to November 11, 1905, a United States Marine guard (under the command of Lieut. Douglas C. McDougal USMC) was sent to protect the American Legation in Seoul during the Russo Japanese War. This cover may well have been from a member of the Marines assigned to that guard (Image)



SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
870 E   image1904 official cover addressed to Germany, with "P.O. Chemulpo" endorsement, supported by 3 Dec 04 cds, sent unfranked during the Russo-Japanese war via North America, stamps and markings not available (?), fine and most unusual cover, apparently the only recorded "stampless official cover" (no examples in Mizuhara or Kondo collections), with 1994 Eichorn opinion (Image)

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871 E   image1904 (14 Sep) registered cover (opened for display), front hand-painted, with Seoul Registry handstamp and departure pmk, addressed to Shanghai, with 3c and 10c Falcon franking on back, both tied by cds, with 27 Sep 04 Shanghai arrival pmk, fine and attractive cover (Image)



SOLD for $475.00
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872 E   image1904 (4 May) 4ch red postal stationery card, uprated with 1ch Falcon, tied by Chemulpo Coree cds, sent to Germany, fine commercial usage (Image)



SOLD for $200.00
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873 E   image1905 (25 Apr) Consulat General Belgique official preprinted cachet cover franked with strip of 3x10c Falcon, registered from Seoul to Brussels, sent via Chemulpo (1 May), French Post Office in Shanghai (8 May), arriving "Bruxelles Reception" (15 June), fine and attractive Registered Consular Mail cover (Image)



SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
874 E 126 image1955 use of 10w Korean War military field post lettersheet (KPC LPC2), uprated with 1000w green, tied by violet native datestamps, with various censor handstamps alongside, fine and interesting example of internally censored mail in Korea (Cat No. 126) (Image)

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SOLD for $425.00
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KOREA - Postmarks
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
875 E 9 image1895 cover to Louisville, Ky, franked with single 50p purple, prepaying the single weight letter rate to the United States. Stamp is tied by the extremely rare "MOKPO/COREE 9 Aout 02" foreign mail cds, with additional strike below, with Chemulpo 13 Aout 02 transit, San Francisco Sep 12 and Louisville arrival pmks on back. Cover is slightly repaired to improve appearance, still fine and accompanied by a clear 1999 Florian Eichhorn certificate "the Latin style foreign mail marking MOKPO belongs to the top difficulty group of its kind, and on cover is among the rarities of Korean philately" (Cat No. 9) (Image) (image 875a) (image 875b)

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SOLD for $2,100.00
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876 E 22,24 image1900 4ch carmine and 5ch deep blue, tied on back of cover (opened for display) by two clear strikes of "MOKPO/COREE" 17 Aug 1903 cds, additionally struck on front of the cover addressed to Pas de Calais, France, with Chemulpo and Seoul (20 Aug) transit pmks, endorsed "Via Suez", transmitted via the French Post Office in Shanghai (29 Aug), arriving Lapugnou Pas De Calais (8 Oct), fine and rare cover from Mokpo (Cat No. 22,24) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,300.00
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877 27 image1900 20ch red brown, tied by blue "Gwendoline/Coree" 7 June 1902 cds, repeated alongside on registered cover front from Gwendoline to England, red corresponding Registry handstamp at left, with London transit and Ayton (Jy 31) arrival postmarks. While only a coverfront, this is stated to be the only known example of the Gwendoline registry handstamp (Cat No. 27) (Image)

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SOLD for $2,100.00
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878 E   image1903 (20 Oct) 4ch folded stationery reply card franked with 2ch Plum Blossom and 3ch on 50p purple (the return card similarly franked but not canceled), tied by "MASANPO COREE" cds, repeated below, sent via Seoul and Nagasaki to Germany, with Hamburg (23.11) arrival cds, fine and rare (Image) (image 878a)

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SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
879 E   image1903 (25 Aug) 4ch stationery card additionally franked with 2ch blue Plum Blossom, canceled by MASANPO COREE cds, with straight line handstamp in red, addressed to the French Legation in Shanghai, v.f. (Image)



SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
880 E   image1903 (29 June) 4ch UPU stationery card, uprated with 2ch blue, tied by "MASANPO/COREE" French double circle cds, repeated alongside, addressed to Riga (Russia), routed via Nagasaki (violet 2 July pmk, with additional two Japanese cancels at top and bottom of the card), Riga arrival postmark struck on the front of both values, fine example of this extremely rare cancel, commercially used on card (sender writes in German "from Masanpo Korea, on the way to Port Arthur and Vladivostok, my best wishes on a rare postcard") (Image)



SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction

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