Lots 299 - 308, Catalogue of Auction #68 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
299 **  Mi 3 var
1919, black boxed overprint (diagonal 9mm) on perforated 1k orange, top right corner margin block of 20 (5x4), full OG, NH, VF, Artar #21b, C.v. $2,000++
250.00
300    136a
1920, black handstamped surcharge 5r on 5k claret, imperforated single used on postcard from Aleksandropol to Moscow, postmarked on arrival, VF
500.00
301  D  248
1920, Dashnaktsutyun Newspaper, sent locally in Yerevan, franked by two surcharged imperforated values 5r on 2k green, usual folds and some ageing, still a collectible quality item, F/VF
500.00
302  D Mi 107
1920, Dashnaktsutyun Newspaper, sent locally in Yerevan, franked by two surcharged stamps of 5r over 10k on 7k light blue, usual folds, fresh quality overall, VF
500.00
303 Mi Ia-k, var
1920, Paris issue, two complete sets of ten, distinctly different shades, full/large part of OG, LH or previously hinged, VF
100.00
304  278/94
1921, First Constantinople issue, complete set of 15 imperforated plate proofs in issued colors, printed on glossy paper (proofs of 15,000r and 25,000r brown were not issued), no gum as produced, NH, VF and scarce
500.00
305  293-94
1921, First Constantinople issue, Mt. Ararat, three imperforated trial color proofs of 25,000r in pale brown (2) and in pale blue, printed on ordinary stamp paper, full OG, LH (2) or no gum as produced, VF
100.00
306 **/*   278-94, var

Collection of the First Constantinople issue

1921, 114 mostly mint stamps, neatly arranged on stockpages, representing color shades and printing types of issued perforated and imperforated stamps, numerous plate varieties, as well as 67 reprints or forgeries, nice quality overall, full/large part of OG or no gum as issued, F/VF
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2, 3, 4, 5, 6
250.00
307    368
1923, black surcharge 35(k) on 20,000r lake, two imperforated singles used on reverse of local registered cover, sent in Yerevan and addressed to an investigator of Revolutionary Tribunal, postmarked on arrival, roughly opened at the top, otherwise VF and scarce
750.00
308  D  390a
1923, Soviet Newspaper "Shiraki Ranchpar", sent locally in Aleksandropol (address label is attached), franked by black surcharge 5(k) on 1st Constantinople stamp of 50r red, usual folds, some ageing, mostly F/VF and scarce
600.00