Lots 548 - 557, Catalogue of Auction #47 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
548 Mi 1

Imperial Official stamps - For Mailman

1909, Revenue stamp 15k blue on rose network, red overprint "V Pol?zu Pochtal?ona", neat postal cancellation, VF
100.00
549   Mi 2
1913, complete large size Lublin Court envelope, franked by 7k blue, uprated with "For Mailman" 15k black on rose network, all appropriate markings, wax seal on reverse, several folds and conveyance faults, still F/VF
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200.00
550  Barefoot #1/18

Russian Consular stamps

1913, 1k-50r, set of 11 different, stamp of 7.50r with slight crease, otherwise fresh and nice, full OG, LH or previously hinged, VF and scarce assembly, stamp of 50r has rank "RR"
300.00
551    
1903, St. Eugene Society postcards, "Happy New Year!", complete set of five illustrated PPC, fresh, unused, VF
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150.00
552    

Russo - Japanese War 1904-05

1904, free-frank PPC to St. Petersburg, posted into the mail at TPO No. 262 (Manchuria - Harbin), violet military marking reads Commandant of Train Station Manchuria, postmarked on arrival, VF
150.00
553    
1905, civilian's PPC (Chinese Chapel in Khabarovsk) to France, franked by 4k red, posted into the mail at TPO No.153, Headquarters of Manchurian Army censorship marking, arrival ds, VF
100.00
554    
1905, free-frank PPC to St. Petersburg, posted into the mail at TPO No.242 (Chita - Irkutsk), violet military marking of 1st Battalion of 146th Infantry Regiment, postmarked on arrival, VF
100.00
555    
1905, free-frank cover to Kaluga, posted into the mail at Field PO of 17th Army Corps, violet military marking and arrival ds or reverse, VF
120.00
556    

Russo-Japanese War - Collective Lot

1904-05, five postcards and one cover, including postcards with TPO No.261 (Harbin - Manchuria) and No.266 (Port Arthur - Harbin), various military cancellations, including PPC marked by War Cruiser "Gromoboy", minor conveyance flaws, mostly F/VF
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300.00
557    

Russia During the World War I

1917, POW's card written on birch bark, sent from Stretensk to Austria-Hungary, Russian and Austrian censorship markings, VF and scarce
200.00