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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1121 og C12b-13b imageAir Post. 1930 Graf Zeppelin, 40k dark blue, 80k carmine, imperforate horizontal pairs, l.h., natural gum inclusions, fresh and v.f., various handstamped guarantee marks, signed Mikulski, cat. $6600 (Cat No. C12b-13b) (Image)

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1122 og C23a imageAir Post. 1931 50k gray blue (error), h.r., v.f., cat. $500 (Cat No. C23a) (Image)

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1123 P C27P imageAir Post. 1931 North Pole, 35k gray blue, imperforate trial color proof affixed on gray presentation card by red PROEKT 25 June 1931 overprint, v.f., with Zagorsky certificate, rare (Cat No. C27P) (Image) (image 1123a)

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1124 nh C68b imageAir Post. 1935 Moscow-San Francisco 1r on 10k dark brown (Levanevsky), lower case Cyrillic "f", n.h., v.f., signed Goznak, with 2015 Hovest certificate, cat. $2250 (Cat No. C68b) (Image)

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1125 og CO5 imageAir Post Officials. 1922 1,200m on 10k, h.r., v.f., signed Richter, Stolow, etc., cat. $975 (Cat No. CO5) (Image)

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1126 E   imagePostal Stationery. 1931-32 10k stationery cards with propaganda advertising, collection of 59 apparently different, mostly unused, variety of slogans and multilingual inscriptions, fresh, mostly fine-v.f. (Image) (image 1126a) (image 1126b) (image 1126c) (image 1126d) (image 1126e) (image 1126f) (image 1126g) (image 1126h) (image 1126i) (image 1126j) (image 1126k) (image 1126l) (image 1126m) (image 1126n) (image 1126o) (image 1126p) (image 1126q) (image 1126r) (image 1126s) (image 1126t) (image 1126u) (image 1126v) (image 1126w) (image 1126x) (image 1126y) (image 1126z)

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1127 E   imageMilitary Mail. 1919 (14 Nov) registered cover franked with pair of 25k Imperial Arms, tied by Cyrillic "Field Post Office No.55" cds, with corresponding handstruck Registry cachet, used during the Russian Civil War to Kostroma, roughly opened at right, ex-Casey (Image)



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1128 E   imageMilitary Mail. 1919 (20 Nov) registered cover franked on back with imperf. block of 4x1r Imperial Arms, tied by Cherkasskoe, Penza departure pmks, sent to a soldier serving with the 22nd military hospital transport, 11th Rifle Division, 3rd Brigade, with Cyrillic "Field Post Office No.41" arrival one month later, showing on front "Service Enquiry Bureau" handstamp and redirected to Field Post Office No.31, arriving at Head FPO Smolensk, fine Civil War usage, ex-Casey (Image)



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1129 og YT 2 imageTelegraph Stamps. 1867 10k on 20k black, red brown, perforated 12, unused, part original gum, hinge remnants, with intact perforations on all sides, small surface abrasions, fine appearance (Zagorsky T2, 125,000Rub ($1,700) (Cat No. YT 2) (Image)

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1130 E   imageShip Mail. 1909 (6 Sep) picture postcard franked with 3k red, sent from Sevastopol to Alupka (a resort city located in the Crimean peninsula), by the zoologist Ivan Ivanovich Puzanov (addressed to Dr. V. Ya. Polunin who owned a dacha in New Simeiz and was Puzanov's neighbor). With handstamp "Steamship Meotida". (The message reads, "Honorable neighbor! Did you hear the whistle when the Meotida passed New Simeiz at 6 AM on 4 September? I wonder. I think only the janitor Stefan heard it. In three days, or even sooner, we will once again pass Simeiz and then I will come ashore. You are welcome to inspect the ship but be warned: there are no sick people on board. On the 15th I will finally disembark at Simeiz and stay there for a week. Regards, I. Puzanov-Chernomorsky." In 1909, while a student at Moscow University, Puzanov obtained some practical experience at the Sevastopol Biological Station by taking part in an expedition to collect specimens of marine life along the southern coast of Crimea from Cape Lucullus (north of Sevastopol) to Kerch. The Ministry of Trade and Industry put the small steamship Meotida at the disposal of the expedition from 15 August to 15 September. In his book, Puzanov says that on 4 September, the ship was returning to Sevastopol from Kerch; on 6 September (when this card was mailed) he and the ship were in Sevastopol; on 9 September the ship made a 30 minute stop in Simeiz; on 15 September the expedition ended in Yalta and the ship returned to Sevastopol without him; he sailed to Simeiz that evening on the yacht Tatiana; at the end of September he returned to Moscow. His signature is a humorous imitation of those of famous explorers who were given the right to add territorial names to their family names, Chernomorsky referring to the Black Sea. The photograph on the back has an arrow pointing to the Sevastopol Biological Station which still exists in the same building under the name A. O. Kovalevsky Institute of Marine Biology Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Ex-Casey (Image)



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1131 E   imageShip Mail. 1909 two picture postcards, one to USA, another to St. Petersburg, each with a different type oval Volunteer Fleet "Parakhod. OBSH. R.V.A.P." (Steamship Company R.V.A.P.), one with Tsuruga, Japan transit, fine (Image)



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1132 E   imageShip Mail. 1910 (8 May) picture postcard franked with 4k red, written in Vladivostok and sent to the US Naval Station in Cavite, Philippines. It was posted on a ship of the Russian East-Asiatic Steamship Company which delivered the card to Tsuruga, Japan, from where it was transported by rail to Kobe and then placed on a ship of the Nippon Yusen Kaisha Co. for transmission to Manila. Postmarked "PAROKHOD OBSHCH. R. V. A. P." (8.5.10) and Tsuruga and Kobe. The message reads, "I should love to take snapshots of the queer sights I see, but this is a fortress with a soldier on every street corner to arrest cameras and such, and as jails never attracted me much, I refrain" (Image)



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1133 E   imageShip Mail. 1911 (21 Nov) picture postcard franked with 4k red, written on the Russian Volunteer Fleet ship "Penza" and sent to Hamburg via Siberia, postmarked "Vladivost-Tsuruga Parakh", the photo on back shows the ship Penza at the port of Tsuruga, Japan. It left Vladivostok on Saturday 19 November and arrived in Tsuruga on Monday the 21st. The message is dated Sunday 3 December (20 November old style) and reads, "I have been on the roaring ocean for 24 hours. No land in sight for 20 hours. Many of the passengers feel sick. I am well. I've just had a delicious lunch. Magnificent travel companions-wealthy Americans. We'll reach Japan in 18 hours. The journey is very interesting. I wish you could be here! Hope you are well". On the reverse, the writer says, "This shows my ship. Pretty large, but comfortable and modern." (The Penza was brought into service in 1910) (Image)



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RUSSIA Russian Provisional Locals - Rogatschew
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1134 E   image1920 (5 July) registered cover franked with a horizontal pair of "5" on 5k lilac, tied by Rogatschev departure cds, repeated above, sent to Smolensk, with arrival (6.7.20) on back, clear Registry handstamp with number filled-in by hand, filing fold away from the stamps, rare cover (Image)



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RUSSIA Russia - Russian Far East (Asia Pacific Reg
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1135 E   image1866 (7 Apr) large part of cover, franked with 10k brown & blue, tied by cds, sent from Blagoveshchensk to Tammerfors, Finland, postmarked "Blagoveshchensk Amursk.7.4.66", cover faults, otherwise fine, stated to be the earliest recorded mail from Blagoveshchensk, where postal operations began in 1859 (Image)



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1136 E   image1886 (7 May) money letter (opened for display and slightly reduced at top) sent from Khabarovsk on the Amur River to Odessa. The letter contained 5 rubles to be transmitted to a Russian monastery on Mt. Athos. Postage was 17 kopecks (endorsed on back, calculated at 7 kopecks for weight, 3 kopecks for insurance, and 7 kopecks for registration) (Image) (image 1136a)

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1137 E   image1903 (10 Mar) registered cover franked on back with 14k, sent from Vilyuisk (Yakutsk Territory) to St. Petersburg, with Moscow transit and arrival pmks. Mail was dispatched on the 10th and 25th of every month via Yakutsk and Irkutsk. Sent by local teacher P. Kh. Starovatov to the Imperial Academy of Sciences Library. These are the earliest recorded postmarks from Vilyuisk (population 700) (Image) (image 1137a)

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1138 E   image1911 (21 Mar) a declared-value cover sent to Grunau, Germany from the "Amur-Zeya" volost administration post office in Markovo, franked with 2x10k dark blue, postmarked Amursko-Zeiskoye (17.3.11 and 21.3), Blagoveshchensk (23.4), and Grunau (10.6) on arrival. The letter contained 10 rubles. It was mistakenly treated as a domestic letter and the sender was charged the domestic rate of 20 kopecks (10 kopecks for weight and 10 kopecks for insurance) instead of the foreign rate of 24 kopecks (10 kopecks for weight, 4 kopecks for insurance, and 10 kopecks for registration). This letter left Markovo on 21 March and traveled 28 miles by postal carriage to the Blagoveshchensk post office. Unlike uninsured correspondence, money letters were not transported along the shore of the Amur River while it was freezing or thawing, so the letter remained in the post office until the first postal steamer went upriver. This is the only recorded mail from Amursko-Zeiskoye, where postal operations began in 1902. Illustrated in BJRP No. 53. (Image) (image 1138a)

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RUSSIA Russian Offices in China
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1139 E   image1897 (7 Nov) cover franked with Russia 10k dark blue, tied by violet "Shanghai Pochtowaya Kontora 7.XI.1897" departure pmk, repeated on back, addressed to Leipzig, with "Ligne N. Paq.Fr.No3" octagonal French packet ship transit and arrival pmks on back, fine (Image)



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1140 E   image1899 (16 May) 10k lettercard sent from Chefoo, China to Germany by a signalman on the cruiser SMS Irene, part of the German East Asia Squadron. Postmarked at the Russian post office in Chefoo (16.5.99 old style and 28.5 new style), the Russian post office in Shanghai (20.5), Hong Kong (9.6), with Hedelfingen (10.7) arrival. (The message is datelined "Chefoo, China, Shantung Province, 27 May 1899" and reads, "Your first letter of 6 April arrived a few days ago. Thank you for that. I hurry to answer. I am very pleased to hear that you, your family, and your parents are doing well. I can say the same about myself. As typhoid is prevalent in Tsingtao, the cruiser squadron is presently in Chefoo, where we held large maneuvers. In the next few days, we will set sail for Tsingtao, Vladivostok, Yokohama, Kobe, and Hakodate. I will send you messages from those places.") (Image)



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