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China, Hong Kong, Japan and Other Asian Stamps and Postal History


Mongolia
 
 
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Lot 725
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Mongolia, 1926, "Postage" overprints on Revenue stamps, reference item selection, a useful specialist's group of 10 items, comprised of 5 Stabinsky forgeries, 3 Louschnikoff examples and 1 "used" Golding item. A great study group, Fine to Very Fine, examine.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,200.
Realized HK$600.
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Lot 726
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Mongolia, 1926, violet "Postage" overprints on Revenue stamps, 1¢ to 50¢ (Scott 16-21), a nice specialist's group of 10 items comprised of 1¢ (2 mint type I examples and a type II used), 2¢ (1 mint plus a choice used pair on piece cancelled by full Altanbulak boxed killer), 5¢ mint, 10¢ (mint and used examples), 20¢ mint and a lovely used 50¢. Fresh, Fine to Very Fine or better, numerous stamps signed.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,500.
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Lot 727
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Lot 728
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Lot 729

Mongolia, 1926, violet "Postage" overprint on Revenue stamp, $1 brown & salmon (Scott 22), fresh and near pristine, o.g., rare, with only 50 stamps issued, signed Holcombe and several others, along with 1987 Dr. Orth certificate.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 4,000.
Realized HK$2,600.
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Lot 730
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Mongolia, 1926, black "Postage" overprint on Revenue stamp, $5 brown & salmon (Scott 22a), fresh and sound, neat date stamp at top, Very Fine, rare, signed Holcombe with his 1991 certificate.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$1,600.
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Lot 731
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Mongolia, 1926, black "Postage" overprint on Revenue stamp, $5 brown & salmon (Scott 22a), an attractive used example cancelled by Ulan Bator 15.X.26 date stamp; color showing slight overall fading of minor consequence, otherwise Very Fine, rare, signed Dr. Orth, with his 1984 photo certificate.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,500.
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Lot 732

Mongolia, 1926, violet "Postage" overprint on Revenue stamp, $5 red, yellow & gray (Scott 23), fresh, well centered and near pristine, full clean o.g., Very Fine, rare, signed Dr. Orth and Champion.
Estimate HK$ 2,800 - 3,200.
Realized HK$3,400.
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Lot 733

Mongolia, 1926, Soyombo, 1m to 5t complete (Scott 32-44), fresh mint, a nice quality set, o.g., Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,600.
Realized HK$2,000.
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Lot 734
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Mongolia, 1929, Re-engraved Soyombo, 5m-25m complete plus varieties, interrupted perf 11, printing errors (Scott 44A-44D), a nice group of 6 items comprised of 5m and 20m mint singles, 10m and 25m used singles, plus 2 used examples of 25m, each showing bold full black printing on the gum side, Very Fine, a nice group.
Estimate HK$ 1,400 - 1,800.
Realized HK$2,600.
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Lot 735

Mongolia, 1930, Soyombo surcharges, 10m to 25m, and 1931, "Postage" surcharges on Revenue stamps, 5m to 20m (Scott 45-47, 59-61), a lovely group of 16 items comprised of 1930 issue, 10m and 20m used and 25m on 40m mint, plus excellent 1931 surcharges including 10m on 10m (2 used), a mint imperf, inverted surcharge used and basic stamp printed on both sides, 5m on 5¢ (Scott 59, 2 mint examples, plus an imperf single), 20m on 20¢ (Scott 61, imperf single, inverted surcharge, surcharge printed on both sides), etc. A great specialist's group, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,500 - 3,500.
Realized HK$60,000.
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Lot 736

Mongolia, 1926 (June 12), postal card from Ulanbator to Russia, lovely and attractive card with the reverse depicting a Mongolian soldier with bow and arrow, franked by 5c plum issue with violet overprint (Scott #18), tied by Ulanbator c.d.s.'s; front shows two Russian Astrakhan 18 June receivers, Very Fine, scarce.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Realized HK$9,500.
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Lot 737

Mongolia, 1927 (Nov. 19), registered cover to Ulan Bator, a Stabinsky manufactured full cover with the addressee removed (mostly likely a local usage), franked by 1¢ to $1 Scepter of India issue, overprinted in violet, tied by multiple clean Ulanbator Mongolia 19.XI. 27 date stamps, with matching boxed Ulanbator registry handstamp in black. A scarce item to be sure and a rare reference item.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Realized HK$2,000.
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Lot 738

Mongolia, 1938 (November 30), postal card to Harbin, franked by 5m and 10m Soyombo definitives (Scott #44A-B), tied by Ulanbator, Mongolia, 30.XI.38 c.d.s.'s, Fine to Very Fine, attractive card.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Realized HK$13,000.
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Lot 739
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Mongolia, Excellent and Diverse Accumulation. Assembled by issue on a series of stockcards; we note specialized Scepter of Indra first issues, including imperfs, defaced examples, printing and perf varieties; early overprint issues by types and cancels, including a 5c plum (Scott #18) horizontal pair imperf vertically with Attan Bulak cancels; Scott #62-74; various unlisted imperf sets, a House of Questa large-size photo proof of the 1993 Bangkok World Philatelic Exhibition and more, Fine to Very Fine or better, unusual mix; inspection invited.
Estimate HK$ 6,000 - 8,000.
Realized HK$32,000.
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Lot 740
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Mongolia, Nice Selection. Interesting group comprising the 1926 Revenue stamp handstamps complete, mint or used, in violet, black and red, plus a lovely 1927 5m (3) on cover, Ulanbator to Norway, Fine to Very Fine, good specialist group, sold "as-is"; examine.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 3,000.
Realized HK$1,200.
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