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RUSSIA Russo-Japanese War continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1181 E   image1904 (9 Dec) registered cover (repaired along the top) franked on back with vertical strip of 3x10k dark blue, tied by "Mukden 1 Polew. Tel.Ot.Priamur.Okr." (Mukden Field Tel. Control Station Priamur District) (Tchilingirian & Stephen Type 2), repeated on front, military handstamp alongside, cover sent via Moscow to France, with Cannes Alpes Maritimes 28 Jan 1905 arrival, with Holcombe certificate, ex-Liphschutz (Image) (image 1181a)

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SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction
1182 E   image1905 (26 Aug) picture postcard franked with 1k orange, canceled by "3.Polewaja Pocht kont. 1 Priamur.Okr." (Third Field Post Office Priamur District) (Tchilingirian & Stephen Type 1, "Shanghaikwang"), repeated twice on the portion addressed to Peking, late War usage (Image)



SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1183 E   image1905 (15 May) picture postcard (Tschangli-sien) franked with 1k orange, canceled by "Shanghaiguan.1 Polewaja Pocht el.Ot.Priamur.Okr." (Shanghai-Kwang Priamur District) (Tchilingirian & Stephen Type 2), repeated on the portion locally addressed, fine card, ex-Wortman (Shanghaikwang is situated at the eastern end of the Great Wall of China, which constitutes at that spot the border between Manchuria and China proper. A sedentary Field Post Office was opened by the Russians in 1900) (Image)



CLOSED
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1184 E   image1905 (30 Apr) registered cover franked with 3x7k blue, sent to Borga, Finland from the fieldpost office of the First Siberian Army Corps in Manchuria. Postmarked "Field Corps No.1 Post Office", registration label reads "Field corps post office with the First Siberian Corps." With unit handstamp of the Second East-Siberian Rifle Regiment. Also endorsed "From the First Army." (The Second East-Siberian Rifle Regiment was stationed north of Mukden) (Illustrated in Ratner's "The Imperial Russian Post in China and Mongolia") (Image)



SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
1185 E   image1905 (6 Aug) money letter to Borgo, Finland, franked on back with 2x2k and 15k Arms, sent from the fieldpost office of the First Siberian Army Corps in Manchuria, postmarked "Field Corps No.1 Post Office" with matching intact wax seals, with insurance label "415" reading "Corps No. 1 post office," endorsed "From Second Lieutenant Gronholm, Second East-Siberian Rifle Regiment, First Army, First Siberian Army Corps" (The Second East-Siberian Rifle Regiment was stationed north of Mukden), cover roughly opened, with all markings intact, rare (Image) (image 1185a)

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SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1186 E   image1905 (31 Aug) unfranked picture postcard (Irkutsk) addressed to Petersburg, with unit cachet of 4th Battery 23rd Artillery Brigade in violet, canceled 29th Reserve Field Post Office (located at that time at Manchuli), with St. Petersburg arrival (15.9.1905) alongside, fine (Image)



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1187 E   image1905 (10 Aug) cover franked with 10k dark blue Kitai overprinted adhesive, tied by "Glavn. Centr. Polev. P.Kont." (Head Central Fieldpost Office) cds, repeated below, sent from Harbin to England, with two perfect censor strikes, one circular Censorship Division H.Q. Commander-in-chief, plus two-line "Censored Under Wartime Conditions", both in violet, with London 25 Sep, 1905 arrival, filing fold away from the stamps, fine and rare cover, ex-Robbins (Image)



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1188 E   image1905 (17 Sep) registered military cover franked on back with pair of 7k blue, tied by double circle "Harbin Korpusnii Gorodok" (Harbin Army Corps Quarters) (Tchilingirian & Stephen type 1b), addressed to Moscow, where it arrived on 25.10.1905, violet military seal, fine and rare usage, with Holcombe certificate, ex-Liphschutz (Image) (image 1188a)

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SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
RUSSIA Russian Offices in the Turkish Empire
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1189 E   image1913 (15 Mar) cover franked on back with 3x10pa/2k and 1pi on 10k, tied by violet ROPIT JAFFA departure pmks, sent to Russia, with 30.3.13 arrival pmks, re-addressed back to Jerusalem, some cover wear, otherwise fine (Image) (image 1189a)

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SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
RUSSIA Russia Used in Asia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1190 E   image1854 (3 June) money letter sent from Semipalatinsk to Pavlovsk, then forwarded to Tsarskoe Selo, postmarked "Semipalatinsk" (Dobin unlisted), "Pavlovsk" (21.7) and Tsarskoe Selo (26.7), sent by Captain I. P. Grinenko to Lieut. A. R. Nasakin in the reserve battery of the seventh horse artillery brigade (In 1867 Nasakin was promoted to Lt. Col. and became a weapons inspector for the East Siberian Military District. In 1855 Grinenko was promoted to Lt. Col. and made commander of the 21st horse artillery battery of the Siberian line Cossack army) (Image) (image 1190a)

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SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1191 E   image1873 (26 Jan) money letter sent by the Syr-Darya territorial government in Tashkent to the St. Petersburg court for wards of the nobility. The letter contained 52.42 rubles. The weight fee was waived for official mail so the postage was 58 kopecks (53 kopecks for insurance and 5 kopecks for the receipt). The corner seals belong to the Tashkent Territorial Treasury. Due to native unrest along the direct route from Tashkent to Orenburg, this cover was routed via Verny, Semipalatinsk, and Omsk (Illustrated in Rossica 165) (Image) (image 1191a)

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SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
1192 E   image1881 a written order for two post horses to allow Varvara Khozberg, Sister of Mercy at the Derbent Military Hospital, to travel from Tiflis to Derbent. Issued on 7 Feb. 1881 and signed by the Governor of Tiflis Province, Prince K. D. Gagarin. The Derbent hospital was treating casualties from the Akhal Teke expedition in Turkestan (Image)



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1193 E   image1900 (15 Sep) registered cover franked with 2x10k dark blue, sent from Troitskosavsk on the Mongolian border, showing very late use of the provisional registration label (sent by Mary Rodgers Larson to her mother in Albany. Larson and her husband Frans were working as missionaries in Kalgan, China, when they had to flee the Boxer Rebellion on 11 June 1900. They crossed the Gobi Desert and in August reached northern Mongolia where Frans obtained a job at a gold mine to pay for a trip to Albany. Frans transported gold to Kyakhta (Troitskosavsk) on the Russian border twice a month, at which time letters were mailed to Mary's parents) (Image)



SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
1194 E   image1908-12 Bukhara, correspondence of four covers to USA, sent from Novy Urgentch, Khiva, each franked with 10k blue, different departure markings, all addressed to Plymouth, Nebraska, two with arrival markings, some cover wear, otherwise fine, scarce usage (Image)



SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1195 E   image1911 (10 Feb) picture postcard (Samarkand Mosque), franked with pair of 1k yellow, tied by "Chardchoui Zakasp. Obl" cds, sent to France, with Calvados arrival (Image)



CLOSED
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1196 E   image1912 (8 May) envelope of the Atbasar Copper Mines Company, franked with 10k dark blue, sent to Brooklyn from "Fort No. 2 Syr Dar", fine and scarce usage, with arrival pmk. (Fort No. 2 was the post office closest to the copper deposits 250 miles northeast at Dzhezkazkan, in southern Akmolinsk Territory. The sender was Herman C. Schriefer, a mining engineer who worked for this company from 1910 to 1912) (Image)



SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1197 E   image1914 (12 May) 4k stationery card (sent by French irrigation engineer Louis Cugnin) from the Bukharan town of Termez on the Afghan border to France. The message reads, "I received your letter of 8 May and it gave me much joy. Your letter arrived faster than I did because the mail crosses the Pamir Mountains to join the railway at Samarkand. I am the only French engineer along with three Russian engineers sent by the Russian banks. My mission will take only a few months and involves inspecting irrigation projects in Khiva, near the Aral Sea, and in the Caucasus, near the Persian border. I am permitted to write only post cards. Russian Turkestan, and especially the important border fortress at Termez, is closed to foreigners. I needed a special authorization from the Tsar. The country is very interesting. The mountains are always covered with snow, yet the climate is tropical. The heat is terrific - at least 35 degrees at night." (Image)



CLOSED
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Far Eastern Republic
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1198 E   image1923 (11 May) red band cover franked with imperf. pair of 10k red & dark blue, tied by oval Chita Railway station departure datestamps, addressed to Manchouli, with "Manchuria Chinese Postal Authority" instructions in Cyrillic, Harbin transit and Manchouili arrival pmks, fine (Image) (image 1198a)

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SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1199 E   image1923 (14 Apr) red band cover franked with imperf. pair of 10k red & dark blue, tied by oval Chita Railway station departure datestamps, addressed to Manchouli, with "Manchuria Chinese Postal Authority" instructions in Cyrillic, Manchouili arrival pmk on back, minor toning, otherwise fine (Image) (image 1199a)

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SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1200 E   image1923 (10 Dec) red band cover franked with imperf. 20k red & dark blue, tied by oval Chita Railway station departure datestamp, repeated below, addressed to Manchouli, with "Manchuria Chinese Postal Authority" instructions in Cyrillic, Harbin transit and Manchouili arrival pmks, fine cover (Image) (image 1200a)

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SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction

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