Lots 1034 - 1051, Catalogue of Auction #64 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
1034  1a
1863, 6k light blue, printed on thin paper, blue retta cancellation, imperceptible thin at the bottom right corner, still fresh and nice, VF appearance, C.v. $1,350
1035  2
1865, 10pa brown and blue, enlarged margins exemplar, neat blue date stamp, fresh colors, VF, C.v. $750
1036  2
1865, 10pa brown and blue, horizontal pair cancelled on a piece, nice margins, large part of Port Chios cancellation, VF and scarce in pair
1037  3
1865, 2pi blue and red, nice four-side margins exemplar, tied by "785" (appears as "735") inside blue dotted diamond-shaped cancellation (Alexandria), VF
1038  5
1866, 2pi blue and rose, horizontal network, three stamps with various blue cancellations: Agency of Alexandria, "782" inside diamond-shaped dotted marking (Alexandretta) and Port of Samsun, fresh condition, VF
1039  7
1867, imperforated plate proof of 2pi in black, printed on paper with violet vertical network, no gum as produced, VF and scarce
1040  7
1867, imperforated plate proof of 2pi in blue, printed on paper with rose vertical network, no gum as produced, VF
1041  11
1868, imperforated plate proof of 10k in carmine and greenish blue, left sheet margin exemplar, printed on chalk-surfaced thin card, no gum as issued, VF and a gorgeous piece, expertized by Z. Mikulski
1042  12
1872, 1k brown, printed on horizontally laid paper, blue two-line boxed cancellation "Jaffa P. P." (Jaffa Port Paye), fresh condition, VF and scarce
1043  19D var
1879, large size black surcharge 7(k) on 10k carmine and green, printed on vertically laid paper, Constantinople cancellation in blue, practically flawless, VF and extremely rare, one of two recorded exemplars, expertized by A. Faberge and Finnish Expert's Committee
1044    22
1883, 7k carmine and gray, printed on horizontally laid paper, cancelled "R.O.P.iT. Burgas" in blue oval (Tchilinghirian fig. 729) on cover to Constantinople, postmarked on arrival, some cover flaws, still F/VF and extremely rare, just a few mailings bearing this cancellation recorded, Z. Mikulski certificate
1045  26
1884, 7k blue, a part of violet oval Tireboli cancellation (Tchilinghirian fig. 106), fresh condition, VF, Russian or Russian Levant stamps with this postal marking are unknown
1046   Mi K1 var
1903, stationery letter card 10k grayish green and red, double impression of red color on pre-printed stamp, sent from Constantinople to Ljubljana in 1905, postmarked on arrival, VF and rare unrecorded variety
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1047    31
1904, cover from Post Office in Jerusalem to Germany, franked by red surcharge 10pa on 2k green (printed matters rate), tied by appropriate violet cancellation, backstamped, VF

Postal History Lot

1909-14, four covers and one stationery postcard originated from Constantinople (4) or Jaffa, properly franked by Russian Levant surcharged values, addressed to St. Petersburg, Austria, Belgium or Germany, all appropriate markings, F/VF
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Collection of Unofficial issue

1919, black surcharges over 4pa-35pi on issue of 1903-05, printed on vertically laid paper, the total is 60 different stamps, mounted on two pages, fresh condition, full OG, mostly LH, VF
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1050    275

Wrangel's Army issues

1920-21, cover from refugees' camp at Constantinople to refugees' camp at Galipoli, franked by red surcharge 10,000r on 5r, imperforated single, all markings on front, VF
1051  236/375

Collection on Album Pages

1920-21, 136 mint stamps neatly arranged by Scott Cat. numbers, including 22 different surcharge errors - inverted, omitted value, "Russkii" instead of "Russkoi" and etc., fresh condition, full/large part of OG, some NH, but mainly LH/hinged, F/VF, C.v. $930
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