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Lots 1811 - 1830,
Catalogue of Stamp Auction #77, March 02, 2018. Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
Ph
Curr.$
Bid
1811  B9c-12c
1915, World War I Postal Charity issue, 1+1k-10+1k, imperforated complete set of four, printed on white paper, balanced to large margins, full OG, previously hinged, VF, SC #130Pa-33Pa
475.00 
 
1812 **   B14a
1921, Volga Famine Relief issue, 2250r green, printed on thin paper, full OG, NH, VF, SC #19 PP
95.00 
 
1813  B16
1921, Volga Famine Relief issue, 2250r brown, a part of red "Obrazets" overprint, full OG, LH, VF, SC #18
140.00 
 
1814  B18b, B21a, var
1922, Famine Relief surcharges, double black surcharge 100r+100r on 70k brown, inverted black surcharge 250r +250r on 35k ultra, and four varieties, including thin "o" in "Rossia", full OG, LH or hinged, mainly VF, SC #23 Tb, 25 Ta, var
95.00 
 
1815 **   B18 var
1922, Famine Relief issue, double black (black over gray) surcharge "100p+100p" on 70k brown, block of four, showing in addition break of vertical perforation, bottom right stamp has slight corner crease, full OG, NH, VF and scarce multiple
275.00 
 
1816 **   B23 var
1922, Famine Relief red over orange surcharge 250r +250r on 35k ultra, slight perforation shortage at the top left corner, extremely fresh example, full OG, NH, F/VF centering, V. Zagorsky certificate, SC #27 Td
700.00 
 
1817  B24-29
1922, "Philately for the Children", black overprint on 1k- 10k, complete set of six, both 1k values are from second printing, positions 18 (perforated) and 23, all other values from the first printing, full OG, LH or hinged, VF, SC #048-49, 50-53
375.00 
 
1818  B29a var
1922, "Philately for the Children", inverted black overprint on imperforated 1k orange, the first printing, position 12 of not inverted setting, nice and very fresh condition, full OG, LH, VF and very rare, reportedly the only pane of 25stamps was printed with inverted overprint, N. Mandrovski certificate stated position 18 for horizontally placed pane, SC #48 Ta
1400.00 
 
1819 **   B32b
1922, Rostov-on-Don issue, 4000(r) red, triangle stamp with triple impression, nick at the bottom margin due to cut lower neighboring stamp, no gum as issued, NH, VF, SC #SI3 Tb
190.00 
 
1820 **   B34-37
1922, Postal Transports, no value indicated, complete set of four in horizontal (1) or vertical gutter blocks of 50, mail train with "R.G.F.S.R." variety on positions 18 and 43 (the last one with natural paper inclusion), fresh and unfolded with insignificant usual waves, full OG, NH, VF, SC #55-58
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375.00 
 
1821  B35, B37
1922, For the Hungry, Steamship and Airplane, two stamps with no value indicated, each one with red "O" as a part of "Obrazets" overprint, slight waves on full OG, LH, VF, SC #55, 58
275.00 
 
1822  B39-42, B40a
1923, "Philately for the Labor", set of six, including two gold "1r+1r" surcharges (one looks like bronze) and both 2r+2r on ordinary and thin paper, the "key" value with bottom sheet margin, full OG, VLH (both 4r+4r, appearing as NH) or LH, VF, SC #96-99, 97 PP
375.00 
 
1823  B38
1923, "Philately for the Labor", red trial surcharge "1r+1r" on 10r brown and black, full OG, hinged, VF, N. Mandrovski certificate, SC #96 Tc
190.00 
 
1824  B39 var
1923, "Philately for the Labor". gold overinked (looks like double) surcharge "1r+1r" on 10r brown and black, basic stamp with double frame at the top (position 4), full OG, LH, VF, SC #96 Kd
95.00 
 
1825  B41a
1923, "Philately for the Labor", bronze surcharge "4r+4r" on 5000r violet, spaced date "1 923" variety, appropriate Moscow cancellation, fresh, VF, SC #98 Ka
140.00 
 
1826    B39-41
1923, "Philately for the Labor", set of four values (no bronze "1r+1r" and silver surcharges) used on First Day Cover, sent by registered mail in Moscow, tied by appropriate "1.5.1923" ds, postmarked on arrival, VF
275.00 
 
1827  B45a
1924, Leningrad Flood issue, black surcharge 14K+30k on 300r green, printed on thin paper, right sheet margin single, full OG, LH, VF, N. Mandrovski certificate, SC #66 PP
275.00 
 
1828 **   B54a
1929, Child Welfare, 10+2k olive brown and red brown, perforation 10 1/2, nicely centered, full OG, NH, VF, expertized by A. Rosselevitch, SC #224A
140.00 
 
1829 **   B168a imp
1990, Zoo Relief Fund, left sheet margin imperforated se- tenant block of three with label, full OG, NH, VF, faked bottom left corner margin block is added for comparison, SC #6135-37 imp
140.00 
 
1830  B1/57

Collection

1921-23, 160 mint stamps, starting with Russo-Japanese and World War I Postal Charity stamps, including No. B6b and eight stamps with initials or overprint "Obrazets", nice Famine Relief surcharges, complete set of "Philately for the Children" ("key" stamps signed Stolow with Pinchot certificates), some reference items, especially some Volga Famine Relief and Rostov-on-Don stamps, fresh quality overall, full OG, NH or LH/hinged, F/VF
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240.00