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RUSSIA
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1081 E   image1838 outer FL from Odessa to Genova, disinfected, showing Odessa Quarantine Station markings on departure, second disinfection at Brody, with usual cover slits, charged on arrival (Image) (image 1081a)

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1082 O 4var image1858 30k carmine & green, thin paper, used, colorless watermark "3" shifted completely to bottom, irregular perfs in places, well centered, fine, signed Eisold, etc., cat. $2500 (Cat No. 4var) (Image)

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1083 E   image1881 (26 Sep) money letter (opened for display, slightly reduced at top), sent from Stretensk in Trans Baikal Territory to Helsinki, Finland. The letter contained 50 rubles. The postage was 53 kopecks (calculated on back at 21 kopecks for weight, 25 kopecks for insurance, and 7 kopecks for registration). Sent by Johan Albin Stierncreutz, who was the captain of an Amur River steamship (Image) (image 1083a)

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1084 E   image1883 (24 July) 7k stationery entire envelope sent from the Tiflis railway station to Captain I. K. Kirpotin at the camp of the 1st Caucasian rifle battalion in Suram (Georgia), postmarked "Tiflissk. P. O. Poti-Tiflissk. ZH. D." (only recorded example) and "Pocht.Vagona Poti-Tiflissk Zh.D. Vagona Poti-Tiflissk. ZH. D.", some toning, but this is the earliest recorded mail from the Tiflis station branch office, which opened in 1873 (the Poti-Tiflis railway mail transport administration allotted money for salaries, cancelers, weights, etc. Ivan Kuzmich Kirpotin, born in 1841, fought in the Caucasian and Russo-Turkish Wars and was awarded the Order of St. George for valor. Grand Duke Michael Nikolayevich, the Caucasian viceroy, was godfather to his son) (Image)



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1085 E   image1885 (14 Aug) 4k stationery card sent by the explorer Sven Hedin from the Tiflis railway station to his father in Stockholm, with Moscow transit and Stockholm arrival pmks, fine (Hedin, on the first of many trips to Russia, was on his way to Balakhany, a suburb of Baku, to act as tutor to the son of Erhard Sandgren, who worked for Nobel Oil. He writes "Dear Dad and Mom, I am now in Asia. We left Vladikavkaz at 6 am Tuesday morning. We traveled in two carriages. The Sandgrens and engineer Fernstrom used the smaller one and I was on the one with the luggage. I had the better view. Now and then we changed places. From Vladikavkaz one follows the Georgian military road. It is a marvel of engineering, snaking along the vertical mountain sides. For several hours one has the top of Mt. Kazbek above one's head. It is overwhelmingly magnificent. The mountains are incredible. They disappear in a bluish fog and are covered by snow. There are no words to describe them. In any case we traveled all day and changed horses at every station. I have twenty photographs of the mountains and stations. We continued all through the night because Sandgren wanted to meet someone in Tiflis. The road is 20 Swedish miles (200 km) long. Where it is very steep one drives with 5-6 horses. We were blessed with gorgeous moonshine and imposing fairytale pictures. Tiflis is a nice city. I am very tired after the journey through the night. Greetings to all from Sven") (Image)

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1086 E   image1903 (11 Mar) cover franked with 2x10k dark blue, sent by Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich (brother of Tsar Nicholas II) from Gatchino to his former tutor Ferdinand Thormeyer in Carouge, Switzerland, with German "Vom Auslande uber Bahnpost 11 Eingerschrieben" Registry label, bearing the Romanov Crown and Michael's cipher on the backflap, v.f. (Image)



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1087 E   image1916 (19 Feb) cover franked with 10k dark blue, addressed to Petrograd, Shlisselburg Fortress, with oval Prison Censor cachet, v.f. (During Imperial times the fortress was used as a notorious political prison. Among its famous prisoners were Ivan VI, who was murdered in the fortress in 1764, and Lenin's brother, Aleksandr Ulyanov, who was hanged there as well) (Image)



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1088 S   image1917-24 Madagascar Postes & Telegraphes "Collection de Berne" Archive, five large sheets, dated 8 November, 1924, numbered 5-8, with 126 different horizontal (few vertical) strips of three, tied by red overprints and countersigned by the secretary and director of Post and Telegraph in Berne, Switzerland, with virtually complete R.S.F.S.R., including surcharges, Early Soviet Commemoratives and Definitives, plus Semi-Postals, Air Post (C1-5), as well as Postage Dues, some gutter strips (rare), surcharges and Imperial definitives to 10r (used in RSFSR), fine-v.f., possibly unique (Image) (image 1088a) (image 1088b) (image 1088c) (image 1088d)

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1089 E   image1918 (12 Apr) postal card sent by an Englishwoman in Kharkov to her brother in England, franked with two each 1k and 3k imperf. and 10k/7k Arms. The lady witnessed the German occupation of Kharkov on 8 April: "Yesterday morning we heard cannonading in the distance. The commandant went out to meet them and say we surrender and in the evening they arrived in great numbers", fine and interesting eyewitness account (Image)



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1090 og 200c,f image1922 10,000r (with periods after Cyrillic letters) on 40r slate, type I and II, usual disturbed gum, h.r., fine-v.f., signed Dr.P.Jemchouhin and Mikulski, rare, cat. $1300 (Cat No. 200c,f) (Image) (image 1090a)

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SOLD for $550.00
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1091 og 275A image1924 50k brown, typographed, l.h., large margins all around, fresh and v.f., cat. $6750 (Cat No. 275A) (Image)

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SOLD for $2,500.00
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1092 og 287 image1924 15k lemon, l.h., well centered, fresh and v.f. example of this extremely rare stamp, showing rich color and full typographed characteristics, without the usual inclusions and faults, with 1988 Mikulski certificate ("very good quality, with full original gum, small trace of a hinge"), cat. $25000 (Cat No. 287) (Image) (image 1092a) (image 1092b)

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1093 nh 316var image1925 18k violet, watermarked, imperforate lower right sheet corner margin single, without the usual chalky lines, n.h., v.f., rare (Cat No. 316var) (Image)

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1094 nh 326-27E image1925 Lomonosov, perforated and gummed essays on thick, gummed paper, n.h., v.f., cat. $100 (Cat No. 326-27E) (Image)

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SOLD for $110.00
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1095 nhog 342,43,406var image1926-28 Lenin, 1r brown, 2r dark violet, 3r green, three imperforate horizontal pairs, mostly l.h., last one n.h., with handstamped guarantee mark, very rare, only a few "sets" exist (Zagorsky 128,129,221Pa) (Cat No. 342,43,406var) (Image)

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1096 og 376a image1927 10th Anniversary of October Revolution, 5k deep brown, imperforate single, h.r., disturbed gum and folded at right sheet margin, fine, cat. $1650 (Cat No. 376a) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
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1097 E   image1928 (28 May) parcel card from Moscow to New York, franked with a combination of three different Regular Issues, including 50k brown (watermarked), 40k carmine and 2r (Lenin), minor toned and paper clip rust spots, otherwise fine and attractive. Also included is a registered cover from Leningrad to USA, franked with 4k definitive issue, used in combination with two Semi-Postals (Image)



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1098 og 411b,412a image1929 Pioneers, 10k olive brown, 14k slate, each perforated 12 1/2x12x10 1/2x12, l.h., fine-v.f., scarce, cat. $565 (Cat No. 411b,412a) (Image)

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1099 nh 518var image1933 Order of the Red Banner, 20k black, red & yellow, perf. 9 1/2, n.h., v.f., cat. $8000 (Cat No. 518var) (Image)

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1100 nhog 529a,530a image1934 Fedorov, 20k carmine rose, 40k indigo, imperforate vertical pair, l.h. at top, bottom stamps n.h., v.f., signed Mikulski, etc., cat. $3350 (Cat No. 529a,530a) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,900.00
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