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U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Goins continued...

China and Far Eastern Mails continued...
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8062 c Image2c Carmine Rose, Ty. III, Rotary (546). Tied by "U.S. Pos. Service Shanghai China Dec. 30 1922" duplex datestamp and oval grid on cover to Brooklyn N.Y., "Box 713, American P.O. Shanghai China" printed return address on backflap, stamp with tiny pre-use wrinkle, cover with small edge flaws, still Fine, possibly a unique use of No. 546 from Shanghai, it is doubtful any supplies of this rotary waste stamp were sent to Shanghai, most likely the stamp was brought over privately, we have offered only three No. 546 on cover from any origin since keeping computerized records (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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8063 c Image10c Map, Air Post (C7). Used with China, 1923, 10c Blue, Junk (258), tied together by Chinese circular datestamp on "Dollar Steamship Line, Orient and Round the World" corner card cover to Bronxville N.Y., backflap with red and black flag design and "On Board S. S. President Pierce", manuscript "President Pierce" in sender's hand below corner card, backstamped with "Chicago, Ill. Air Mail, Jul. 8 4PM 1927" duplex datestamp, New York receiving datestamp (July 9), minor soiling, Very Fine and an extraordinary use, both stamps were affixed and cancelled with the China datestamp when this was brought from Shanghai to the U.S. on board the S.S. President Pierce, it entered the U.S. post office and was postmarked at Chicago before being carried by airmail service to New York, the 10c Junk stamp paid Chinese postage and the 10c Map stamp paid the airmail postage -- a legitimate combination of stamps on a piece of mail carried by ship, train and plane (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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8064 c U.S. Marines In China -- Butler's Expedition Correspondence. Over 70 covers from U.S.M.C. Sgt. A. J. Stokes to his wife in Guam and the U.S. in 1927, franked with 2c U.S. stamps (mostly from ships) or China stamps, one from the Philippines and a couple with unfranked envelopes that were apparently never put into the mail, most with original handwritten letters documenting conditions throughout Stokes's deployment, typical mixed condition, a unique archive of this obscure bit of U.S. and China military history

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E. $ 300-400


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8065 c U.S. Offices in China Correspondence. 35 covers sent by YWCA official Ruth Louise Parker to family members in Brooklyn or Colorado Springs, 1922-26, two franked with 2c on 4c Overprinted stamps, otherwise with 1c or 2c unoverprinted Washington-Franklins, most with original letters in English, typical mixed condition for International mail of this period

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E. $ 300-400


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8066 c ImageVietnam War-Related. Small group of covers and research material, including Dec. 18, 1965 Patriotic cover showing soldier crawling with "The Infantry, Who travels the last hundred yards to victory?" and signed by Roger Donlon (Medal of Honor winner), few cuts or covers signed by other medal winners, Very Fine group (Image)

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E. $ 75-100


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