Lots 477 - 480, Catalogue of Auction #71 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
 
Est.$
477    

Pre-Philatelic Mailing

1847-48, entire letter from Lemberg to Warsaw, in fact "followed the addressee", delivery had taken about three months, transits included Sekocin 19/11, Michalowice 23/11, Tarnogrod 27/11, Rzeszow30/11, Mniszow 2/12, Radom 31/1 and etc., usual folds, minor flaws, F/VF
100.00
478 */U   

Large Dealer's Accumulation in Red Stockbook

1918-42, over 1500 mint and used stamps and two souvenir sheets, starting with German Occupation of the World War I, early overprints and surcharges, one hundred stamps of Cracow issue (some expertized), Gniezno surcharges, postage, semi-postal, air post and postage due material, three sets of Polish Levant (apparently reprints), local issues of Luboml, Przedborz, Sosnowice, Warsaw and Zarki; authenticity of most expensive stamps is not guaranteed, however a lot of value is presented in low and medium level material, occasional flaws possible, generally nice and fresh quality unit, full/large part of OG or used, F/VF, suppose to be a huge C.v. if all material is genuine
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1000.00
479  12-13, 19, 23

Russian stamps used in the Kingdom of Poland

1865-66, 1k, 3k and 10k, the total is 11 stamps with various cancellations, among better No.56, 211, 241, 278, and two different types of Warsaw Rail Road markings, nice and fresh condition, mostly VF
150.00
480    
1903-07, two Imperial stationery postcards, each one bearing TPO date stamp "Lodz-Koluszki", first one has device No.1, the other one - No.2, all appropriate markings, one card with tiny hole, otherwise F/VF
100.00