Lots 573 - 593, Catalogue of Auction #24 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
573  1
1860, Coat of Arms, 10k blue and rose, "1" inside concentric circles cancellation (Warsaw), fresh colors and intact perf, F/VF, Mi #1, ?250
100.00
574  1 var
1860, Coat of Arms, 10k blue and rose, broken "0" at the top right corner var, concentric circles canc, minor perf irregularities on the right, fresh, F/VF, Fisher #B7
100.00
575    1
1865, 10k blue and rose, clean copy with intact perf, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Byelostok, canc with "DB" inside concentric circles (Warsaw Train Station), Warsaw Postal Expedition red marking, arrival ds is alongside, address is partly painted over, still VF
500.00
576    8

Russian Imperial postage stamps used in Kingdom of Poland 1865-1905

1865, 10k brown and blue, perf 12 1/2, used on entire wrapper from Ruda Guzowska to Elzbietow via Warsaw, tied with "16" inside concentric circles canc, all appropriate markings are alongside, VF
100.00
577    14
1866, 5k black and lilac, horiz pair, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Posen (Germany), cancelled with "1" inside concentric squares with truncated angles, red "Aus Russland", arrival ds on reverse, VF
150.00
578   Mi U13 IC
1868, Russian Imperial postal stationery envelope 10k brown, sent from Zamoce to Warsaw, cancelled with "97" inside concentric circles, arrival ds, sealed with wax, VF
100.00
579    19, 20, 23
1870, three stamps printed on horiz laid paper, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Berlin, tied with "DW" inside concentric circles ds (Warsaw Train Station), red "Aus Russland", back stamped, VF
150.00
580    20, 22, 24
1871, three stamps printed on horiz laid paper, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Paris, concentric circles canc, transit and arrival markings, VF, ex-Liphschutz
150.00
581    20c, 22, 24
1872, three stamps, including 3k black and green, printed on vert laid paper, used on cover from Warsaw to Bordeaux, all appropriate markings, VF
150.00
582    23
1868, 10k brown and blue, printed on horiz laid paper, used on entire wrapper from Pilica to Elzbietow, tied with "171" inside concentric circles canc, boxed Pilica is at the UR corner, VF
80.00
583    23
1869, 10k brown and blue, printed on horiz laid paper, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Elzbietow, tied with "1" inside concentric squares canc, VF
80.00
584    23
1869, 10k brown and blue, printed on horiz laid paper, used on entire wrapper from Warsaw to Elzbietow via Siedlce, tied with "1" inside concentric squares canc, VF
80.00
585    23
1871, 10k brown and blue, printed on horiz laid paper, used on cover with enclosure from Radomsko to Russian Finland, posted in the mail at TPO No.25 "Warsaw - Sosnowice", St. Petersburg transit and arrival ds, cover was roughly opened, still F/VF
100.00
586    23a var
1872, 10k brown and blue, printed on vert laid paper, open "0" at the bottom left corner var, used on cover from Warsaw to Lvov (then Austria-Hungary), canc with "BW" inside concentric circles, two-line Warsaw marking, black"Franco", several transits and arrival ds on reverse, VF
250.00
587    27, Mi #U25 D
1880, Russian Imperial postal stationery envelope 7k gray, uprated with 7k gray and rose, sent from Plock to Warsaw, all appropriate markings and arrival ds, VF
100.00
588    48, Mi #U33D
1893, Russian Imperial postal stationery envelope 7k blue, uprated with 3k carmine, both stamps are bearing pen cross cancellation, posted in the mail at TPO No.25 "Warsaw - Sosnowice", addressed to Olomouc, postmarked on arrival, traces of previous mounts on reverse, otherwise VF
100.00
589    50 var
1901, cover from Suvalki to USA, franked with four values, including 7k dark blue with approximately a half of groundwork omitted, NYC arrival cds on the back, flap is missing, vert fold away from the stamps, nevertheless F/VF and very rare real commercial cover
500.00
590    B2-4
1905, four Russo-Japanese Postal Charity stamps, used on reverse of registered cover from Lodz to Braunschweig, all appropriate markings and arrival ds, VF
100.00
591    3K1-16

Poland Exile Government in Great Britain

1942-45, lot of six different registered covers addressed to USA, franked with complete or part of the first and second sets, canc with boxed "Polska Marynarka Wojenna" ds, censored, postmarked on arrival, VF
300.00
592 Mi 4

Polish Corps in Russia during the World War I

1918, black ovpt over 10k on 7k light blue, nice centering and intact perf, full OG, LH, VF, signed Richter, Mi C.v. ?600
200.00
593 Mi 11
1918, black ovpt 70k brown and orange, imperf copy, neatly cancelled at the LR corner, VF, expertized by H. E. Jungjohann, Mi C.v. ?300
100.00