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Worldwide Stamps & Postal History continued...

China continued...
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1442   ImageCHINA, 1912-15, Postal Forgeries. Four items, 1912 4c Waterlow (No. 150) with faked roller cancel as well), 1915 10c Blue Junk (No. 211) unused, 1915 Green (No. 235) both perforated and imperforate pair unused, 50c Perf with minor scuff, otherwise a Fine lot of scarce postal forgeries (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $180.00
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1443 c ImageCHINA, 1912, 3c Green (149). Used on uprated 1c Green postal card, tied by 1912 Fancheng circular datestamps and addressed to Ulvsby, Sweden, Peking transit datestamp and exchanged with French Post Office, Very Fine and scarce destination (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $400.00
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1444 c ImageCHINA, c. 1912 Lingping Registration Label. Black registration label with red ms. 32” on registered cover from Chekiang Province to Shanghai, reverse with 2c and 5c Waterlow (125, 127) tied by Linping Republic Year One postmark, Shanghai arrival, Waterlow stamps with tears from placement over envelope’s fold, Fine, a rare local forerunner of registrations labels, which were not introduced in the Chinese postal service until 1924, accompanied by another off-cover registration label (ms. 172”) and some related articles including a 1976 letter from Peter Padget (president of the Chinese Philatelic Society of London) commenting on this cover (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $1,800.00
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1445° c ImageCHINA, 1916 WWI POW Cover to Red Cross in Denmark. China 10c Junk pair, tied by Tientsin circular datestamp on reverse of printed registered "Agence des Prisonniers de Guerre" Red Cross cover to Copenhagen, Denmark, forwarded to Breslau, Germany, with "Bureau Ambulant No. 1, Peking-Muukden" transit backstamp, Russian censor tape at right, Very Fine and scarce cover (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

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1446° c ImageCHINA, 1922 4c Postal Reply Card to/from Russia. Uprated with 2c Junk Issue, uncancelled, and addressed to Vasilsursk, Russia, then registered returned to Harbin, Manchuria, with Russia 1922, 7500r on 250r (201), horizontal strip of four with sheet margin at top, tied by Vasilsursk circular datestamps, small piece of registry receipt still affixed, Russia 7500r strip with small tear on right stamp and mild horizontal crease where stamps lifted to view card underneath

FINE AND RARE RETURNED CHINA POSTAL REPLY CARD TO RUSSIA USING BOTH CHINESE AND RUSSIAN STAMPS.

At this time, Harbin, Manchuria had a sizeable Russian population. After the Russian Revolution in 1917, over 100,000 Russian White Guards and refugees retreated to Harbin. Communication and relations between Russia and China at this period was quite tense, hence an explanation why the Chinese postage was left uncancelled, and possibly not accepted. (Image)

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E. $ 2,000-3,000

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1447° c ImageCHINA, 1940, 50c Dark Blue (386). Block of four and four pairs, tied on reverse of 1942 registered cover by Chungking circular datestamps and addressed to Harrisburg Penn., routed via Tihwa (Urumtsi) and Sinkiang, violet transit circular datestamp, U.S. censor tape and trace of another at right, cover with overall staining and faults to 50c block, Fine, a very rare routing via Tihwa and Sinkiang (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,600.00
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1448 P ImageCHINA, 1942, 30c Pale Orange Yellow Trial Color Proof Imperforate (496P; Chan 552P). Horizontal pair with sheet margin at left, other margins large and even, bright color, Extremely Fine and rare, signed S.C. Yeen, accompanied by the issued stamp in the two major shades (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $225.00
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1449 og ImageCHINA, 1943, $10.00 Red Brown, Perf 16, Imperforate Vertically (518 var; Chan 621e). Horizontal strip of four, imperforate between stamps and selvage, without gum as issued, well-centered, fresh color, Very Fine, only ten such strips were produced (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $425.00
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1450 ogbl ImageCHINA, 1943, 50c on 16c Arabic Numerals, Kwangtung Surcharge (530j; Chan 649). Bottom right imprint block of ten, without gum as issued, the bottom right stamp with thin 16” at right (Chan 649a), well-centered, Very Fine (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $300.00
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1451 og ImageCHINA, 1943, 50c on 16c Arabic Numerals, Kweichow Surcharge, Perf 10-1/2 (530o var; Chan 651 var). Without gum as issued, wide margins, fresh and Very Fine, a recently discovered rarity, while some of the other surcharges are known perf 10-1/2 instead of the usual perf 13 (and carry substantial premiums), the Kweichow surcharge is not listed in any catalogue, to our knowledge this is the only recorded example (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $850.00
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1452 c ImageCHINA, 1949, Civil War Blocked Mail Route Inbound Cover. Great Britain 2-1/2p King George VI tied by Mar. 31, 1949 Birmingham duplex on cover to Siking, Shensi Province, undeliverable due to ongoing fighting between the Nationalist and Communist forces, Shanghai violet instructional boxed cachet indicating Blocked Mail Route/Return to Sender, with bilingual Unclaimed” boxed handstamp, Shanghai and Birmingham (Aug. 2) backstamps, Very Fine, at the time of posting, both Siking and Shanghai were in Nationalist’s hands, but while the cover was in China, Siking (May 20) and Shanghai (May 27) fell to the Communists, the cover likely languished in the Shanghai post office for months before being returned (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $950.00
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