Lots 673 - 677, Catalogue of Auction #66 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
673  1
1860, 10k blue and dark rose, nice and fresh exemplar, short one tip of perforation at the top, full original brownish gum, VF, C.v. $2,400
674  J11

Postage Due stamps

1919, black overprint "Poszta Polska" on Austrian Postage Due stamp of 15h on 36h violet, plate II B, position 93, large part of OG, previously hinged, VF, expertized by S. Mikstein and others, C.v. $525
675 */U   Fischer #1/9, var

Clean Collection of Warsaw City Post issues

1915-16, 88 mint and used stamps, representing perforated and imperforated 5gr and 10gr issue with a lot of color varieties, unframed and framed handstamps, as well as double (one inverted) surcharge 2gr on 10gr, cancelled on a piece, fresh condition overall (one stamp of No.4 has a small thin), full/part of OG or used, F/VF, some material is properly expertized, huge C.v.
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676    46-47

Russian stamps used in the Kingdom of Poland

1902, color PPC (Inhabitants of Radom Gub.) sent from Ostowiec to Constantinople, franked by two horizontal pairs of 1k and 2k, Russian and Turkish PO in Constantinople markings are alongside, fresh, VF
677    74
1912, black-and-white PPC (view of Kielce) sent from Kielce to Czestochowa, insufficiently franked by 2k green, tied by oval Kielce Train Station, red oval postage due marking endorsed "2k", Czestochowa arrival ds, VF