Lots 422 - 435, Catalogue of Auction #73 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
422  D  

Pre-Philatelic Item

1837, General Post Office in Warsaw receipt for 600zl, printed on thick laid paper, two official seals, several folds, still nice and collectible quality item, F/VF
423  1
1860, 10k blue and carmine, tied by "1" inside concentric circles cancellation, expertly repaired, VF appearance
424 **   B29-29C

Semi - Postal issues

1938, 5th Philatelic Exhibition in Warsaw, 45gr green and 55gr blue, perforated and imperforated souvenir sheets of four, full OG, NH, VF, C.v. $275
425 **   

Selection of Early Souvenir Sheets

1937-39, Visit King Carol to Poland, Independence, Polish Legion and Philatelic Exhibition, six souvenir sheets, full OG, NH, VF, Fischer Blocks 2-3, 5A, 7-8, PLN1,040
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426 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
427  8-9

Russian stamps used in the Kingdom of Poland

1858, 10k brown and blue and 30k carmine and green, both with perforation 12 1/2, tied by "12" inside concentric circles cancellation (Grojec, Boyanowicz rating 2), tiny thins, still fresh quality, VF appearance
428  12-13, 19, 23
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
429    19, 20d, 23
1871, three stamps on horizontally laid paper, including 3k black and green with "V" error of background, used on entire wrapper from Kalisz to Brunn (now Brno), appropriately cancelled by "191" inside concentric circles marking, Breslau transit and Brunn arrival on reverse, VF
430    SC #PC3
1878, stationery postcard 4k green, by mistake uprated by horizontal pair of 2k black and red, made altogether correct rate of 8k for an envelope (card rate was 4k), sent from Warsaw to Vienna, properly tied by Warsaw ds, postmarked on arrival, VF
431    46 var
1894, cover locally sent in Warsaw, franked by 1k orange on horizontally laid paper in irregular block of three, each stamp with significantly misplaced perforation, two folds away from the stamps, no backstamp, still VF and extremely unusual item
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
433 */U   

POW Camp Post

1942-43, 266 mint or used (71) stamps, 12 souvenir sheets and 16 cancellation souvenir cards, representing issues of Camp II C - Woldenberg, Camp II D - Gross Born and Camp VII A -Murnau, moderate duplication, some better items, color shade varieties and etc., several black reprints with white line obliteration, nice condition overall, most no gum as produced or used, mainly VF, Fischer C.v. PLN12,500=US$3,150
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434 **   Sassone #6B/II

Polish Corps in Italy

1946, Victory issue, Ancona, 55gr violet, error of color, top right corner sheet margin imperforated block of four, full OG, NH, VF and scarce, C.v. ?5,200++
435 **/*   

Exciting Group

1946, 16 mint stamps and three souvenir sheets, including seven air post stamps with inverted overprint on #PA1, perforated block of four and imperforated single of #PA3, as well as complete set of three souvenir sheets (Blocks 2-4), full OG, NH (first set is LH), VF, Sassone C.v. ?1,370
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