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Interasia Auctions Limited Sale - 1118

Public Auction: China, Hong Kong & Asia Stamps and Postal History - December 10-12, 2018

This 2,300-lot auction is another important sale of China and Hong Kong stamps and postal history in the Interasia tradition. The auction features:

  • CHINA with Ching Dynasty and Republic stamps, postal history and rarities, including rare Large Dragon essays, proofs, stamps and covers from the Olsson collection, as well as the legendary Red Revenue Small One Dollar, the Hall of Classics $2 invert and the 1941 Dr. Sun Yat-sen $2 inverted center; Chinese Provinces highlighted by the Sinkiang 1915 $1 transposed characters variety; Manchukuo; Japanese Occupation; Postal Stationery; Taiwan; Tibet; and Foreign Post Offices.
  • PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA includes a remarkable assembly of the greatest rarities: the 1956 unissued Views of Peking 8f. (with Sun Rays), the 1958 Students Union Congress inscription errors unused, four of the 1964 unissued Peking Opera Masks, the 1968 unissued "Great Victory of the Cultural Revolution," the exceedingly rare 1968 unissued large-format "The Whole Country is Red" and the 1953 unissued Navy $800. This section also includes three 1980 Year of the Monkey complete sheets, multiple copies of the popular sets and souvenir sheets, as well as a large offering of Liberated Areas (which alone comprise over 200 lots).
  • HONG KONG AND TREATY PORTS / MACAU comprises over 500 lots of stamps and postal history. The Hong Kong stamps feature a very fine mint 96c. olive-bistre, along with the 1891 Jubilee double overprint (ex Rose-Hutchinson) and rare modern QEII varieties. One of the finest known Shanghai "Sunburst" covers (ex Ishikawa and Richard Chan) highlights the substantial Hong Kong and Treaty Ports postal history offering that again includes a section of rare Shanghai postal history. An outstanding collection of MACAU (140 lots) concludes the auction and includes the 1913 Don Carlos I local "Republica" overprint rare 8a. in a complete sheet and the 10a., considered the rarest stamp of Macau, in a marginal strip of three, as well as modern rarities, including the 1955 unissued Fourth Centenary of the Portuguese Establishment in Macau set of four and the 1981 Portugal-inscribed Camoes set in marginal blocks of four.

Sale Sessions:
Session 1: 12/10/18 The Olsson Collection of the Large Dragons of China 09:30 HKT Lots 1-56 (Bidding Stops at StampAuctionNetwork 12/09/18 at 17:30 EDT )
Session 2: 12/10/18 China: Ching Dynasty and Republic 10:30 HKT Lots 57-704 (Bidding Stops at StampAuctionNetwork 12/09/18 at 17:30 EDT )
Session 3: 12/11/18 People's Republic of China and Liberated Areas 09:30 HKT Lots 1001-1667 (Bidding Stops at StampAuctionNetwork 12/10/18 at 17:30 EDT )
Session 4: 12/11/18 China, Local Posts, Provinces, Manchukuo, Japanese Occupation, Foreign PO, Taiwan, Tibet, Mongolia 15:30 HKT Lots 2001-2420 (Bidding Stops at StampAuctionNetwork 12/10/18 at 17:30 EDT )
Session 5: 12/12/18 Hong Kong and Treaty Ports / Macau 09:30 HKT Lots 3001-3526 (Bidding Stops at StampAuctionNetwork 12/11/18 at 17:30 EDT )

For more information please contact us at:

Interasia Auctions Limited
Suite A, 13/F
Shun Ho Tower
24-30 Ice House Street
Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2868 6046
Fax: +852 2868 6146

To request more information by email. info@interasia-auctions.com

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