Lots 1023 - 1053 of Catalogue of Auction #89, April 15-17, 2021.

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Lots 1023 - 1053,
Catalogue of Auction #89, April 15-17, 2021. Raritan Stamps, Inc

 
IMPERIAL POSTAL HISTORY BY THEME
 
Lot   Cat.#
Description
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Net Price
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Disinfected mailings
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1023  cover   1845, stampless entire letter to Sardinian Consul in Odessa, black boxed marking "Ochischeno v Odesskom Karantine. 17 March 1845" (Decontaminated in Odessa Quarantine), slits and punching for disinfection, VF, Dobin Cat. #9.04
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sold
1024  cover   1847, stampless entire letter from Marseilles to Odessa via Constantinople, forwarding Agent's cachet in blue, a part of black boxed marking "Ochischeno v Odesskom Karantine" (Decontaminated in Odessa Quarantine),usual punches and slits for disinfection, VF, Dobin #9.05
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sold
1025  cover   1851, stampless entire letter to Odessa, red Constantinople date stamp and black oval blurry marking "Ochisch. v Odes. Karantine. 25.FEB.1851" (Decontaminated in Odessa Quarantine), usual slits and punches for disinfection, VF and scarce incoming entire from Russian Levant, Dobin #9.07a for boxed marking
sold
1026  cover   1853, stampless entire letter to Sardinian Consul in Odessa, black oval marking with inverted date "Ochisch. v Odes. Karantine 24 MAR 18__", usual slits and punctures, VF and very scarce, Dobin #9.07a var
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sold
1027  cover   1854, stampless entire letter to Sardinian Consul at Odessa, black oval marking "Ochisch. v Odes. Karantine 8 JAN. 1854", usual slits and punctures for disinfection, VF, Dobin #9.07a
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sold
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Direct Mail Pieces (Advertising by Mail)
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1028  cover  60 1907, envelope with pre-printed advertising of Technical Services by S. Scherbakov, sent from Tyumen to England, franked by 10k dark blue, Leeds arrival ds, cover was opened for display, still F/VF
85.00
1029  cover  SC #PB4 A 1908, entire stationery wrapper 2k green with pre-printed advertisement of Moscow Associated Society of Quartet Singing "Liedertafel" (German Society of Choral Singing), sent in Moscow, VF
85.00
1030  cover  73, 75 1911, Moisei Klummel's Rubber Handstamps Manufactory pre-printed advertising postcard sent from Dvinsk to Dresden, franked by two stamps, tied by oval Dvinsk Train Station ds, VF
105.00
1031  cover  78, 90, 93 1914, pre-printed envelope with advertisement of "Deringer, Luther & Co." Trading House in Moscow (Footwear and Manufacture), addressed to Sweden, franked by three values, censorship marking on front and Stockholm arrival ds on reverse, F/VF
85.00
1032  cover  89 1914, Soap "Dermozone", "Savozone" and "Alozone", postcard with pre-printed advertisement on front and reverse, sent from St. Petersburg to Helsingfors, Romanov Dynasty 2k green printed matter franking, mostly VF
85.00
1033  cover   1915, coupon to get free Eytimol Toothpaste affixed over free-frank military postcard to Petrograd, violet marking "From Front-Line Forces" and Field Post date stamp, VF and very uncommon
85.00
1034  cover      Group of Four Direct Mail Pieces
1912-15, Factory Warehouse of Musical Instruments at St. Petersburg, Vaasa (Finland) Shoe Factory and two Finnish Printing House advertising printed on envelopes, which were sent from St. Petersburg to Germany, from Nikolaistad to Copenhagen, from Helsingfors to Tavastehus or USA, three franked by Russian and one by Finnish definitives, appropriate markings, mostly VF
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N/A
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Ship Mail
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1035  cover  SC #PC13 1907, stationery postcard 4k red to Tsuruga, written in Japanese, tied by Tsuruga ds (no Russian cancellation was applied) and boxed "Paquebot" marking upon arrival, mostly VF
sold
1036  cover  58 1907, cover addressed to New York via Japan, posted to the mail on board of a steamship of Russian East Asiatic Line, franked by a pair of 5k claret, cancelled with black oval "Parokhod Obsch. R.V.A.P." date stamp, boxed Japanese "Paquebot" marking is alongside, Tsuruga transit on reverse, minor perf tips soiling, still VF and scarce
290.00
1037  cover  75 1910, postcard (view of Odessa Port), franked by 3k red, addressed to Kharkov, posted in the mail on board of a steamship of Crimea-Caucasus Steamship Line, tied by blue boxed steamship "20.6.10" date stamp and above that by Odessa "22.6.10" machine cancellation, Kharkov arrival marking is alongside, VF and rare
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460.00
1038  cover  79a 1910, cover addressed to Switzerland, franked by 10k light blue, posted in the mail on board of a steamship "Blagoveschensk - Nikolayevsk", tied with oval steamship ds, arrival marking on reverse, VF and scarce, S. Sismondo certificate
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345.00
1039  cover  75 1910, PPC from Chernyayevo (Amur Gub.) to Blagoveschensk, franked by 3k red, delivered by a steamship "Blagoveschensk - Sretensk", all appropriate markings, slightly rounded corners, mostly VF
sold
1040  cover   1917, postcard without paid postage sent from Kama - Volga SS "Perm-Rybinsk" to Borispol' (then - Poltava Gub.), addressed to Czechoslovak Officers' Association, two oval markings applied, one is "14.6.17" datestamp and another one is steamship postage due "6(k)", arrival ds is alongside, traces of previous mounting on reverse, otherwise VF and scarce
sold
1041  cover  SC #III.75    Soviet Period Steamship Item
1931-32, advertising stationery card 5k red brown from Vladivostok to Riga, prepared to be sent by a steamship on line "Vladivostok - Severnye Uezdy" with appropriate "Doplat. Par. Vladivost.-S.U. " postage due marking applied (rate for postcard to Riga was 10k), however sea service was closed due to winter season and card had been sent by usual way, tied by two Vladivostok date stamps of "November 28.1931" and "1.12.31", as well as violet "T. 25c. ", Riga "4.1.32" arrival and red oval "24(s) " another due hs, minor conveyance flaws, still F/VF and rare
575.00
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Imperial Censorship in a Peacetime
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1042  cover   1891-1914, six entire wrappers which were used for sending periodicals (only printed matters coming from abroad were censored at that time), sent from France (2), Great Britain, Switzerland (3), addressed to St. Petersburg and Gubernia, Pernau (2 - censored in Riga), Podolia Gub. (censored in Odessa), Vladivostok, minor conveyance flaws mentioned, still F/VF
sold
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Military Mailings
Army Summer Camp Mailings
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1043  cover   1896, free-frank cover from Griazovets Office of the Military Chief (Vologda Gub.) to commander of 103rd Petrozavodsk Infantry Regiment at that time located in Grodno Camp, official paper seal and special camp date stamp in black on reverse plus all appropriate markings, VF and rare military camp correspondence
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1044  cover   1897, three free-frank covers addressed to commander of 103rd Petrozavodsk Infantry Regiment, in that time located at Grodno Camp, sent from Offices of the Military Chiefs in Novogrudok and Grodno; and one - from Novogrudok Police Department, each one with violet sender's office seal and special Camp ds in blue on reverse, some conveyance defects, still F/VF and rare group
sold
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Field Post on Manoeuvres
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1045  cover  SC #MK41B 1902, stationery envelope 7k blue, bearing two different boxed three-line markings "Field Post on Manoeuvres. Main Field Post Office" on reverse in violet and very slight on front in red, posted from St. Petersburg to St. Michel (then Russian Finland), postmarked on arrival, VF
345.00
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Russo - Japanese War
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1046  cover   1904, postcard from Orenburg Cossack 9th Cavalry Regiment to Orenburg, delivered by mail car No.264 "Harbin - Khabarovsk", arrival marking is alongside, VF
sold
1047  cover   1905, postcard from 26th East Siberian Mountain Battery to Omsk, endorsed "From the Mobilized Military Unit", which was located in Samara before going to the front, appropriate arrival marking is alongside, VF
sold
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The World War I
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1048  cover   1916, In favor of the Society of Saint Eugenia, Charity Red Cross postcard representing Arms of Russia and other Allies of the World War I, excellent quality, unused, VF
sold
1049  cover      Prisoners' of War Postcards from Asian and Siberian Camps
1916-17, seven postcards, including 4 sent from Middle Asia camps in Khodjent, Tashkent No.3 and No.4 and Skobelev; 3 others from Far East include four-censor markings from Krasnaya Rechka (Khabarovsk) to Denmark, Pervaya Rechka (Primorye) to Hungary via China and Blagoveschensk to Hungary, as well as censored card from Razdol'noye (Primorye) to Shanghai, appropriate markings, mostly VF
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sold
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Russia on the Eve of Revolutions
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1050  cover   1917 (February 21-22), official postcard from Ivanovo-Voznessensk Post Office to Moscow Post-Telegraph District about the transfer of a specialist, sent two days before, received one day before the February Revolution, closing tear at bottom, still fresh and F/VF
110.00
1051  cover      Collection with Several Later Items
1917- 20, 15 postal history items, including five military free- frank mailings, three correspondences addressed to military units (two foreign), three covers to Red Cross Agency in Denmark, as well as free of postage card of 1920, cover to USA with Tsarist stamps franking and POW's card to Germany of 1948, minor conveyance flaws mentioned, still F/VF
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275.00
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Unusual Postal History items
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1052  cover  46 1900, a summons addressed to the chimney sweep master about necessity coming to the workshop with payment of dues, franked by 1k orange, tied by St. Petersburg figure "7" postmark with red label "Insufficiently Franked. Remove from a Mail Box" attached, usual fold and tiny tear at top, still F/VF and very uncommon
sold
1053  cover  59 1908, registered cover from Nustago (then Lifland Gub., now - Estonia) to St. Petersburg, franked by three stamps of 7k blue, three similar St. Petersburg Main Post Office labels "Received Damaged/Dirty/Broken Seal",appropriate markings, filing fold and two pin-holes, still F/VF and an uncommon item
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85.00

Lots 1023 - 1053,
Catalogue of Auction #89, April 15-17, 2021. Raritan Stamps, Inc