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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1021 og J2 imagePostage Dues. 1919 10h rose red, IIA-70, well centered, h.r., v.f., signed Philatelia Krakow, etc., with 1984 Dr.Kronenberg certificate. A rare stamp, only 150 printed, cat. $4000 (Cat No. J2) (Image) (image 1021a) (image 1021b)

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SOLD for $2,700.00
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1022 og J4 imagePostage Dues. 1919 20h rose red, pos. IIA-21, h.r., fine, signed Taipale, Philatelia Krakow, also Mikulski, with his 2005 certificate, cat. $650 (Cat No. J4) (Image)

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SOLD for $600.00
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1023 O J6 imagePostage Dues. 1919 30h rose red, pos.IIA-53, used, fine and scarce stamp, signed Suitcliffe, cat. $1200 (Cat No. J6) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,100.00
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1024 og J7 imagePostage Dues. 1919 40h rose red, h.r., some irregular perfs at right, otherwise v.f., signed Kosack, etc., with 2005 Mikulski certificate, cat. $300 (Cat No. J7) (Image) (image 1024a)

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SOLD for $220.00
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1025 og J8 imagePostage Dues. 1919 1kr ultramarine, unused part original gum, heavy hinge remnant, faint toning at bottom, still a fine example of this rare stamp, only 80 printed, signed Philatelia Krakow, Herbert Bloch, with 2006 Mikulski certificate, cat. $4250 (Cat No. J8) (Image) (image 1025a)

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SOLD for $2,800.00
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1026 nh J9 imagePostage Dues. 1919 5kr ultramarine, Plate IVC, n.h. and post office fresh, penciled notation Type 3, perfectly centered, v.f. and in ideal condition, certainly among the finest possible of the only 80 issued of this value, signed Philatelia Krakow, also Mikulski and Schmutz, with their 2004 certificates (Fi.D11, 40,000zl $10,256) (Cat No. J9) (Image) (image 1026a) (image 1026b) (image 1026c)

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SOLD for $8,500.00
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1027 og J11-12 imagePostage Dues. 1919 15h on 36h and 50h on 42h, h.r., v.f., signed Koopman, also Mikulski, with his 2005 certificate for 15/36h, cat. $590 (Cat No. J11-12) (Image)

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SOLD for $475.00
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1028 og P1-5 imageNewspaper Stamps. 1919 2h-30h set of five, l.h., v.f., signed Mikstein, etc., cat. $311 (Cat No. P1-5) (Image)

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SOLD for $180.00
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POLAND 1917-1918 Polish Corps of Gen. Dowbor-Musni
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1029 P   image1918 overprints, printer's approval folders containing 1k orange, imperforate strip of five, each stamp with a different unaccepted overprint including "Poczta Okupacyjna Polska" (this alone is catalogued in Fischer 150,000zl - $39,400), also "accepted", but certainly different overprint on imperforate 1k single (unissued), plus the complete set of 19 issued stamps printed in Bobruisk and in the Citadel, with printing quantities indicated, as well as the various military postmarks used for the Corps, additionally dated and counter-signed by the commanding Gen.Dowbor-Mosnicki, v.f. A rarity, probably unique (Dowbor-Mosnicki was born to medieval Polish nobility. In 1884 he joined the Russian military and graduated from the 2nd Konstantin Military School and studied at the General Staff Academy and graduated in 1902. He served in Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War as a staff officer with the First Siberian Corps and was appointed a senior staff adjutant with the 7th Infantry Division. During World War I, he was temporarily put in charge of the staff of the Russian 1st Army on January 17, 1917, five weeks before the February Revolution that overthrew Tsar Nicholas II. Among the Poles living within the Russian Empire, roughly 700,000 of them were serving in the Russian military and they began forming a Polish army to fight for a "united and free Poland". In August, Dowbor-Mosnicki was appointed commander of the newly formed Polish 1st Corps in Russia. He was able to take advantage of the new government's weakness, to form three divisions in Belarus by January 1918. In May 1918, Dowbor-Mosnicki was forced to sign an agreement with Germany that led to the disarmament and effective dissolution of the Corps by July 1918, at which point he moved to Poland. The agreement was criticized by some pro-independence Polish politicians, but it preserved the core of the Polish military, which proved decisive later that year) (Image) (image 1029a)

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1030 O Mi.1/11 image1918 4k-50k perf. and 70k imperf., eleven different, used, mostly on pieces, fine-v.f., signed Mikulski, Jungjohann, Petriuk (Cat No. Mi.1/11) (Image)

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SOLD for $550.00
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POLAND Polish Locals - Bialystok
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1031 O   image1916 1m on 25pf brown rose, left sheet margin single, unsigned by postmaster, violet control handstamp, variety damaged "M" of "Mark", v.f. (Image)



SOLD for $325.00
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POLAND Polish Locals - Brzeziny
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1032 ogE   image1918 selection, including 20pf and 30pf with "Poczta Polska" and Polish Eagle handstamped in violet, h.r., also unaddressed postal card with 2 1/2pf, 3pf, 5pf, 7 1/2pf (2) and 40pf, tied by Brzeziny 2.12.18 cds, fine-v.f., signed S.Petriuk (Image) (image 1032a)

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SOLD for $180.00
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POLAND Polish Locals - Kalisz
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1033 E   image1918 (29 Nov) 7 1/2pf stationery card with additional 2 1/2pf and 5pf franking, each with violet "Poczta Polska" handstamp, canceled by Kalisz departure cds, addressed to Breslau, fine and scarce local (Image)



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1034 bl Fi.15/15 image1918 handstamped Poczta Polska and Polish Eagle on GGW overprinted Germania stamps, 3pf, 5pf, 7 1/2pf, 10pf and 15pf-50pf, nine different upper left sheet corner margin blocks of five, canceled on pieces by Kalisz 15.12.18 cds, fine-v.f., signed Jungjohann (Cat No. Fi.15/15) (Image)

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POLAND Polish Locals - Kolo
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1035 og Fi.10/17,19 image1918 handstamped on GGW overprinted Germania stamps, 2 1/2pf-60pf, ten different, plus an extra 7 1/2pf orange, h.r., fine-v.f., signed S.Petriuk (Cat No. Fi.10/17,19) (Image)

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POLAND Polish Locals - Kowel (Wolyn)
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1036 og   image1919 handstamped on stamps of Imperial Russia/Ukraine Tridents, five different, fine-v.f., signed Herbert Bloch, etc., rare (Image)



SOLD for $800.00
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1037 nh   image1919 handstamped on stamps of Imperial Russia/Ukraine Trident overprints, three different horizontal pairs, n.h., fine-v.f., signed Herbert Bloch, rare (Image)



SOLD for $950.00
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POLAND Polish Locals - Niezabitow
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1038 Ong   image1944 Poczta Polska surcharges, 25gr and 50gr used, also unused top margin single 50gr on 40gr Hitler stamps of Generalgouvernement, v.f., signed Miszczak, Krawczyk (Image)



SOLD for $90.00
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POLAND Polish Army in the Soviet Union
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1039 E   image1944 (30 Aug) 20k stationery card, additionally franked with 1r, sent from Chimbai (in Kara-Kalpak Autonomous Republic, Uzbekistan) to an officer with the Polish Forces, Middle East, censored by British and Soviet censors in Iran (text in Polish, parents confirm the receipt of two food parcels, and express hope that once the war is over, the son will manage to bring them back to Warsaw), card wear, scarce (Image)



SOLD for $150.00
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POLAND Generalgouvernement - WWII German Occupatio
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1040 E   image1941 (12 July) 12pf stationery card canceled "Warschau C1/bb", sent from an inmate at the infamous Pawiak Prison, addressed locally, rare (during the German occupation, the Pawiak Prison became a German Gestapo prison. Approximately 100,000 people were imprisoned during the prison's operation, some 37,000 died on premises, under torture, or during detention, and 60,000 were transferred to Nazi concentration camps) (Image)



SOLD for $150.00
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