Lots 392 - 402, Catalogue of Auction #56 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
392    32-33, C1
1920, registered postcard from Vandra to Munich, franked by four stamps, including triangle air post stamp of 5m yellow, black and green, arrival markings on front, VF
393    39, 45 var
1921, registered cover from Viljandi to Stockholm, franked by six postmaster's provisional rouletted stamps, red registered marking, no backstamp, VF and scarce
394    46
1921, Skyline design, 2.50m blue, postmaster's provisional rouletted vertical pair, used on registered cover from Viljandi to Stockholm, red registered marking, no backstamp, VF, expertized by V. Nemvalz
395    55, 57
1920, two surcharged values in horizontal pairs with postmaster's provisional roulette, used on registered cover from Baltiski to Linkoping, violet registered marking and machine arrival ds, VF and scarce
396    121/40
1939-41, seven different black-and-white illustrated envelopes, showing various Estonian views, franked by regular or commemorative stamps, one with Soviet stamp franking, all appropriate markings, mainly VF
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398  C5-6, var

Air Post stamps

1923, red surcharges 20m and 45m, imperforated copies, two of each denomination, representing first and second printings, full OG, LH or previously hinged, VF, expertized by Eo Vaher and V. Nemvalz, Mi #44 Ba, b, 45 B I, II, ?645
399 **   C14-18
1924, Monoplane, complete set in triangle blocks of four, full OG, NH, VF
400    C14-18
1924, registered Early Flight cover from Tallinn to Helsinki, franked by eight stamps, including complete set of air post triangles, all appropriate markings and arrival ds, VF
401   Mi HK1-28

Stationery Advertising Letter Card

1937, 10s blue, series No.28, tobacco advertisement is on front and electrical supplies - on reverse, minor perf separations, fresh, unused, VF, no more than 1094 copies were produced

Clean and Valuable Postal History Collection

1920-38, 32 covers or postcards, mainly International mailings to Germany, Sweden, USA and etc., including two covers to Stockholm franked by stamps with postmaster's provisional roulette, several items from E. Eichenthal and H. Sieger correspondences, all are nicely franked, minor conveyance flaws possible, generally nice lot, F/VF or better
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