Lots 648 - 660, Catalogue of Auction #65 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
649 */U   251, a, b
1928, Philatelic Exhibition in Warsaw, souvenir sheet of two with label, as well as two mint singles and cancelled se-tenant pair from souvenir sheet, the last one on a piece, full OG, LH or used, mostly VF, C.v. $470
650 **   280-81
1934, Katowice Philatelic Exhibition, red or black overprint on Arms stamps, complete set of two, full OG, NH, VF, C.v. $175
651 **   909-13
1960, Centenary of Polish postage stamps, complete set in miniature sheets of four, full OG, NH, VF, C.v. $500
652 **   B29, B29C

Semi - Postal issues

1938, 5th Philatelic Exhibition in Warsaw, perforated and imperforated souvenir sheets of four, full OG, NH, VF, C.v. $275
653 SB   308/17

Stamp Booklet

1938, President Moscicki, Marshal Smigly-Rydz and Views, unexploded 2.20zl. booklet, type 3, contains four panes of four stamps, separated by interleaves with pre-printed advertisement, fresh, VF, Fischer #5c
654    23

Russian Imperial stamps used in the Kingdom of Poland

1870, incoming entire wrapper from Moscow to Warsaw, franked by 10k brown and blue, printed on horizontally laid paper, light red Warsaw arrival marking on front and reverse, VF
655   Mi U16C
1873, Imperial stationery envelope 10k brown, indicia at the top right, size 145x81mm, sent from Warsaw to Austria, uprated by 1k and 3k on horizontally laid paper, tied by Warsaw Ekspedicia ds, appropriate transit and arrival markings, VF
656   Mi P8 F
1886, Imperial stationery postcard 3k red, sent from Terespol to Warsaw, delivered by TPO No.30 (unlisted in Kiryushkin and Robinson), postmarked on arrival, VF
1881-86, two Imperial stationery postcards, posted at Ivangorod and Lukov, both are stations of branch line of Privislanskaya Railroad, addressed to Lublin and Berlin, appropriate markings, reversal paper adhesion or vertical fold respectively, otherwise F/VF
658    60
1906, registered local cover from Biela (Siedlce Gub) to Lomazy, franked on reverse by 10k dark blue on vertically laid paper, tied by Biela date stamp with inverted date, fresh, VF and scarce
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Merchant Pre-Printed Money Orders

1904-06, 19 different items, including ten produced by various companies, and nine issued by Imperial Postal Authorities with Double-Headed Eagle at the top left corner, all were originated from Kingdom of Poland, franked by Russian stamps, appropriate markings, minor conveyance or archival flaws possible, mostly F/VF or better
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660 **   Fischer Bl. #5, var


1945, Red Cross, perforated and imperforated souvenir sheets of six, printed on paper without watermark, stamp of 25pf green is inverted on each sheet, in addition perforated and imperforated sheets on unwatermarked and watermarked "parquetry" paper, no gum as produced, NH, VF
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