Lots 1222 - 1262, Catalogue of Auction #25 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
1222    

Ukrainian Pre-Philatelic mailings

1834, stampless entire letter from Stanislau (now Ivano-Frankivsk) to Lemberg (now Lviv), all appropriate pre-philatelic markings, mostly VF
80.00
1223    5

General issues

1918, pre-printed registered cover from Kiev to Yenakiyevo, franked on reverse with horiz imperf pair of 50sh red, postmarked on arrival, VF
100.00
1224  215
1995, Hetman Ivan Mazepa, large die color proof on white card, unfinished design, signed by artist at the bottom, VF, Mi #195
 
50.00
1225 **   237 var
1996, Atlanta Olympic Games, 40,000kb multi, imperf copy, balanced margins all around, NH, VF
50.00
1226 **   242a var
1996, Locomotives, imperf horiz se-tenant pair, NH, F/VF
100.00
1227 **   252 var
1996, V. Kosenko, 20k multi, imperf copy, balanced margins, NH, F/VF
50.00
1228 **   254 var
1996, Church at Subotiv, 20k multi, bottom margin imperf copy, NH, VF
50.00
1229 **   255 var
1996, St. George Church at Drohobych, 20k multi, imperf copy with large margins all around, NH, VF
50.00
1230 **   257 var
1996, UNICEF, 20,000kb multi, top margin imperf copy, NH, VF
50.00
1231 **   258 var
1996, Petro Mohyla, Metropolitan of Kiev, 20k multi, imperf copy with balanced margins, NH, F/VF
50.00
1232 **   268 var
1997, Festival of Ivan Kupalo, 20k multi, imperf copy with balanced margins all around, NH, VF
50.00
1233 **   289 var
1997, Chernivtsi Vest, 20k multi, bottom margin imperf copy, NH, VF
50.00
1234  B1-4

Semi-Postal issues

1923, Famine Relief issue, cplt set of 4, each stamp with black or red ovpt "Zrazok" (Specimen), full OG, NH, VF
 
50.00
1235  B1-4
1923, Famine Relief issue, cplt set in blocks of 4, three of which with sheet margins, each stamp with black or red ovpt "Zrazok" (Specimen), full OG, NH, VF
200.00
1236  B1
1923, Famine Relief issue, 10r+10r gray blue and black, inverted red ovpt "Zrazok" (Specimen), NH, VF
 
50.00
1237  B1
1923, Famine Relief issue, 10r+10r gray blue and black, inverted red ovpt "Zrazok" (Specimen), block of 4, NH, VF and scarce multiple
200.00
1238   Mi P27b

Ukrainian Trident overprints on Imperial stamps

Katerynoslav

1918, stationery card with boxed trident ovpt and 10k on 5k brown, sent from Katerynoslav Govt to Odessa, arrival machine ds, VF
100.00
1239    14a, 16a
1918, pre-printed cover sent in Katerynoslav Govt, addressed to Yenakiyevo, franked with two stamps bearing Katerynoslav Trident type I ovpt, arrival ds on reverse, VF
100.00
1240  27a
1920, eleven stamps used on a part of money order, strip of 3 of Katerynoslav trident on 10k on 7k blue, strip of 3 of Denikin issue 5k orange, and imperf strip of 5 of Imperial 20k blue and carmine, neatly canc with Pavlograd ds, VF and great combination piece
200.00
1241    10b, 33b

Kharkiv

1918, reused German free-frank envelope, sent by registered mail in Sumy, franked by twelve stamps with Kharkiv Trident type I ovpt, backstamped, VF
100.00
1242 **/*   13b, var
1918, trident ovpt (type I) on 7k light blue, with yellow varnish lines, left sheet margin block of 6 (2x3), two bottom stamps with double ovpt, minor perf separation strengthened by hinge, fresh, full OG, NH (4) or LH, VF
150.00
1243 **/*   22c, d
1918, black trident ovpt on 1r brown and orange, block of 11 with 3 labels (7x2), bottom part of a sheet, three left rows overprinted with trident type III, four right ones - with trident type II, in addition two overprints are at the bottom margin, perf separation between stamps and right margin, fresh, NH or LH (4), VF and truly exhibition piece, signed W. Pohl
400.00
1244 **/*   41c, d
1918, black trident ovpt on 3.50r maroon and green, imperf block of 11 with 3 labels (7x2), bottom part of a sheet, four left rows overprinted with trident type III (third row has double ovpt), three right ones - with trident type II, in addition several overprints placed at the bottom margin, folded ones between third and fourth rows, fresh, NH or LH (4), VF and rare multiple, signed W. Pohl
500.00
1245 **/*   41c var
1918, black trident ovpt (type II) on 3.50r maroon and green, green background is strongly shifted to the bottom, imperf LR corner margin block of 5 with one label, in addition one overprint is placed at the bottom margin, full OG, NH or LH (2), VF
150.00
1246  
1918, trident ovpt (type III) on 5k claret, very fresh, full OG, LH, F/VF, J. Bulat expertizing mark, this stamp is unlisted either in Scott or Michel Cat.
100.00
1247    27f-28f var

Kiev

1919, two stamps with violet trident ovpt (type IIgg) on Kiev local advertising cover, pre-printed with bicycle, no backstamp, VF and scarce
200.00
1248    27h

Odessa

1918, registered cover from Mardarovka (Kherson Govt) to Odessa, franked on reverse with five Odessa Trident type I ovpt over 10k on 7k light blue, arrival ds, archival holes on the right did not affecting the stamps, F/VF
100.00
1249  14m, 16m, 27m, 28m var
1918, four values with inverted black trident ovpt (type V), fresh, full OG, LH or previously hinged, VF, each value with J. Bulat expertizing mark
150.00
1250  42n
1918, black trident ovpt (type VI) on 5r dark blue, green and pale blue, imperf right sheet margin copy with control mark, fresh, large part of OG, VF, and rare, Kohler expertizing mark, this stamp is listed but not priced either in Scott or Michel Cat.
500.00
1251    18o

Podolia

1919, money order from Smotrich to Kamenets, franked with 25k green and gray violet, bearing Podolia Trident ovpt, arrival ds, insignificant pinholes on the left are mentioned for accuracy only, VF
150.00
1252    20o
1918, 50k violet and green, two stamps with different types of trident ovpt, first one is Ia, the other one is doubled XIa, used on money order from Shatava to Kamenets, arrival ds, archival holes on the left, still VF, ex-Vyrovyj
200.00
1253 **  Mi XI var

Unissued Vienna printing

1920, 60h mauve and red brown, right sheet margin imperf block of 4, center is inverted and shifted to the left, NH, VF
100.00
1254 **  Mi XIII var
1920, 100h green and gray black, block of 4 with a part of two stamps at the top, centers are inverted and shifted to the top right, in addition the same centers are printed on reverse side of the block, NH, VF
100.00
1255    

Western Ukraine

1916, free-frank PPC written in Ukrainian, sent from the Hospital for recovering soldiers (Field PO #380) located in Galicia (then a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire) to another Field PO located in Pulawy (Poland then occupied by Germans), VF and rare correspondence of Ukrainian legionaries
150.00
1256    
1917, military card is pre-printed with Coat of Arms of Ukrainian Legion, written in Ukrainian, sent free-frank from Field PO No.350 to FPO No.221, Austro-Hungarian "K.K. Ukrainische Legion" line violet marking, minor soiling is mentioned for accuracy only, mostly VF
120.00
1257    
1919, lot of four different black-and-white PPC, "Ukrainian National Army in Fight against Muscovites", two of which are showing armored trains "Vil'na Ukraina" and "Khortitsa", printed in Slobidka and Shalashka(WesternUkraine), fresh, unused, VF and scarce
200.00
1258  
1919-20, unexploded booklet containing 10 PPC in sepia, showing everyday life of Ukrainian Brigade at Nemetski Yablonny (early Ukrainian DP Camp at Czechoslovakia), blue cover, VF
100.00
1259  
1919-20, unexploded booklet containing 10 PPC in sepia, showing everyday life of Ukrainian Brigade at Nemetski Yablonny (early Ukrainian DP Camp at Czechoslovakia), red cover, VF
100.00
1260  18
1919, First Stanislav issue, 30sh dull violet, position 6, fresh and nicely centered, full OG, LH, expertized by K. Korner, Mi #14, ?150
75.00
1261  61-64, 67-68
1919, overprint on Postage Due stamps of Bosnia, 1sh-8sh, set of six, fresh, full OG, LH or hinged, F/VF, expertized by L. Stein and K. Korner, Mi #29-32, 35-36, ?194
100.00
1262  71 var
1919, black double overprint on Postage Due stamp of Bosnia 20sh red and yellow, the first setting, somewhat black ink offset on reverse as typical for this issue, full OG, previously hinged, F/VF and Great Western Ukrainian Rarity, signed Landre, K. Ceremuga certificate stating: "Extremely rare as only 25 printed, and only a part of them have double overprint", Mi #39 var, Bulat Cat. #41a
6000.00