Lots 7 - 11, Catalogue of Auction #39 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
7    101
1885, registered stationery envelope 2p blue, sent from London to Budapest, uprated by vertical pair of 2p lilac, arrival ds on reverse, VF, SG #190
100.00
8 **   209
1929, Postal Union Congress, 1 black, top sheet margin copy, perfect condition, full OG, NH, VF, SG #438, 750 as hinged, Scott C.v. $1,400
800.00
9  
1937, King George VI Coronation, privately printed labels representing the King's Regalia - Crowns, Orb, Sword, Scepter and etc., twelve different in six various colors, the total is 72 pieces, mounted on 12 pages, possibly from a presentation booklet, perfect condition, VF and colorful lot
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300.00
10    

North Pole

Mail 1931, Wilkins - Ellsworth Trans-Arctic Submarine Expedition mixed franking registered cover from London, franked by King George V p red brown in horizontal strip of three, upon arrival to USA uprated with2c carmine, violet expedition cachet, all transit and arrival markings, VF
150.00
11    

British Expeditionary Forces in the Northern Russia

1919, civilian cover from Arkhangelsk to London, franked by two Russian stamps, "Base Censor No.5" tape affixed on the right, light fold, still VF
100.00