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


China (People's Republic)
 
 
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Lot 355

Central China, 1949, $500 (Registered) to $40000 (Domestic) Wan-An "People's Post" overprints (Yang LCC56-59), fresh mint, Very Fine, a scarce Locals set.
Estimate HK$ 2,800 - 3,200.
Current BidHK$1,400
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Lot 356
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Central China, 1949, "Hupeh People's Posts" & "Chung-Chow Currency" hand surcharge on Revenue issue, $50 on 5¢ red (Yang LCC14), bottom left corner margin block of 6, with five sharply struck handstamps (bottom center light), without gum as issued; light toning and discoloration from handstamp ink, diagonal crease lower left affecting corner of position 4 stamp, still Very Fine centering, a tough multiple especially as a position piece.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,400.
Current BidHK$1,000
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Lot 357

Central China, 1949 (Nov 29), Hankow, Hubei Province, locally used cover, clean and neat small cover, franked by pair of $10 blue green Farmer, Soldier and Worker issue (Scott #6L37), along with $70 Hankow River Customs Building in a vertical strip of three plus a single (Scott #6L57), tied by origin c.d.s.'s; addressed from one Middle School to another, Very Fine, attractive cover.
Estimate HK$ 1,400 - 1,800.
Current BidHK$700
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Lot 358
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East China, 1947, First Shandong Post printing, $5 on 50¢ brown, black and blue surcharges (Yang EC90-91), fresh with good margins, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,600.
Current BidHK$1,100
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Lot 359
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East China, 1947-49, Shandong Bohai Post, Chairman Mao, $100 on $10 to $500 on $5 surcharges (Yang EC188a-190), a pretty, crisply clean trio, the $100 on $10 orange a top margin single, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,200.
Current BidHK$1,000
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Lot 360
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East China, 1942, Su-Chung First "Unit Issue" without value indicated, red set (Yang EC255-257), service indicated by black handstamp; "Ordinary" on the Junk, "Confidential" on the Torch, and "Express" on the pigeon; one set of all three mint, plus a used "Express" example, cancelled by red circular handstamp at right, Fine to Very Fine, an uncommon quartet.
Estimate HK$ 5,000 - 6,000.
Current BidHK$2,600
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Lot 361
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East China, 1943, Hwai Nan machine resurcharge on First Issue, $1 on 20c black on blue Pigeon (Yang EC220), exceptionally well-margined single; crisp printing on clean paper, without gum as issued, Very Fine+, a difficult stamp, especially in this quality.
Estimate HK$ 8,000 - 10,000.
Current BidHK$4,000
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Lot 362
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East China, 1942, Central Kiangsu Area, Su-Chung First "Unit" Issue, "Express" on deep green (Yang EC254), a nicely centered example with good color, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Current BidHK$800
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Lot 363
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East China, 1943, Hwai Nan machine re-surcharge on First Issue, $1 on 30¢ Junk (Yang EC221), the new surcharge indicating the new denomination; four ample margins, with red circular cancel at right, Very Fine, a scarce and valuable stamp.
Estimate HK$ 10,000 - 14,000.
Current BidHK$5,000
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Lot 364
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East China, 1942, Shandong, 2nd War Time Post, Hand With Torch, 5¢ blue, type C (Yang EC8c), a beautiful bottom right margin example in light blue, with sharp impression and well-balanced margins, without gum as issued; faint horizontal crease above value tablets mentioned for accuracy, Very Fine, a pretty stamp.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,400.
Current BidHK$1,000
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Lot 365
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East China, 1944, Shandong Wartime Post Chairman Mao issue, 2nd print, 10¢ yellow green (Yang EC24), used, with "Hopeh/1946.6.3/Linchen" dotted-rim c.d.s., Fine.
Estimate HK$ 600 - 800.
Current BidHK$300
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Lot 366
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East China, 1945, Shandong, Communist Party Congress, 5¢ green (Yang EC61), a lovely example with crisp printing on fresher-than-usual paper and huge margins all around, without gum as issued; plate flaw to left of Mao's chin, still nearly Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 3,600.
Current BidHK$1,500
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Lot 367
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East China, 1945-49, "Temporarily Used For" overprint & surcharge on Shantung Wartime Post Chu Teh issue, imperf, $1 on 5¢ blue (red) (Yang EC67), well-printed design, fully visible behind "Shantung/1949.8.6/Penglai" c.d.s., large margins all around, Fine.
Estimate HK$ 800 - 1,000.
Current BidHK$400
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Lot 368
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East China, 1945, Victory of National War Against Japanese Aggression issue, $1 orange yellow, imperforate (Yang EC76a), clearly printed on fresh paper, the stamp's color nicely complemented by the violet partial c.d.s. at bottom, Fine to Very Fine, scarce.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,400.
Current BidHK$500
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Lot 369
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East China, 1946, Shandong Bohai Post, Zhu De, $1 green (Yang EC80), with a light, largely face-free cancel, Fine to Very Fine, a key East China stamp, difficult to find.
Estimate HK$ 4,000 - 6,000.
Current BidHK$4,000
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Lot 370
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East China, 1947, Shandong Bohai Post, Zhu De, $10 (round "0") blue (Yang EC180), two stamps, one mint, one used; both exceptionally clean and framed by gargantuan margins (the mint stamp a bottom margin single); what appears as a black line on Chu's left shoulder is a bit of wood fiber showing through from the back, without gum as issued, Very Fine+, a pretty duo.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Current BidHK$800
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Lot 371
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East China, 1944, Central Jiangsu Area, 4th Su-Chung "Unit" issue, no value indicated complete (Yang EC267-269), a lovely set, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,400 - 2,800.
Current BidHK$2,400
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Lot 372
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East China, 1949, Feng-Tai hand-surcharge with "Postage Paid" on Revenue stamps complete (Yang ECL40-43), with services "Ordinary", "Express", "Registered" and "Double Registered" indicated on the $1000, $500, $3000 and $20 values respectively; each basic stamp fresh, clean and sound, and all bear a solid strike of the surcharge, without gum as issued, Very Fine, an uncommon set.
Estimate HK$ 1,400 - 1,800.
Current BidHK$1,400
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Lot 373
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East China, 1949, West Anhui Su-Kia-Fow hand-surcharge, 5¢ on 10¢ Gold on $70 Dr. Sun Yat-sen violet gray (Yang ECL14), surcharges reading "West Anhui Liberation Area" in upper and lower tablets, "Changed to Silver Yuan 5c" across middle; a well-centered example, with the lightest of violet cancels at bottom left; one pulled perforation at top right of little consequence, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,200 - 2,600.
Current BidHK$1,100
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Lot 374
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East China, Parcel Post stamps, 1949, surcharged "East China Posts" on Silver Yuan Flying Geese, complete (Yang ECP7-10), two mint sets of four, $5000 on 10¢ blue to $50,000 on $5 red; one each $5000 and $20,000 top margin singles, all fresh, clean and sound with incredibly bright colors, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,400.
Current BidHK$500
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Lot 375
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East China, Parcel Post stamps, 1949, first 3 issues complete (Yang ECP1-14), all vibrantly colored on crisp white paper; Yang #ECP1-6 (on green Flying Geese) used, with #ECP7-10 and ECP11-14 mint, without gum as issued, Very Fine, a lovely set.
Estimate HK$ 2,400 - 2,800.
Current BidHK$1,500
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Lot 376
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East China, 1946-49, enticing collection, with all items either mounted on album pages or neatly arranged on black cards or stockbook pages; mostly mint, and including imperforate 1946 Mao issue, Yang #EC356-366 as singles plus $5 brown in block of four with double horizontal perforations, block of 16 with vertical perforations out of alignment, and block of 18 with double vertical perforations; #EC400-405 as singles (two values with imprints) plus several misplaced overprints or tinted paper varieties; #EC419-427 as three complete sets of singles, plus double perforation varieties on the $3 and $5 values; #EC428-435 as singles and blocks of four; #EC436-449 as blocks of four, with varieties, etc.; most fresh and clean, Very Fine overall, inspection invited.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Current BidHK$4,000
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Lot 377
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North China, 1947, Shanxi-Chahar-Hebei Border Area, vertical hand surcharges on small Victory issue complete (Yang NC56-60), fresh mint, without gum as issued, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,400 - 1,800.
Current BidHK$1,400
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Lot 378
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North China, 1948, Ki Tung (East Hebei) Area, Military Post Office surcharge on large Victory issue, $100 on $8 deep blue (Yang NC91), bearing an immaculate strike of the three-line handstamp, the basic stamp itself as close to perfect as they come, without gum as issued; small spot of yellow discoloration (heavier from the back) in lower text tablet hardly detracts, Very Fine, a real beauty.
Estimate HK$ 1,600 - 2,000.
Current BidHK$800
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Lot 379
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North China, 1946-47, Shanxi-Hebei-Shandong-Henan Border Area, large character narrow space surcharge on Bird on Globe, $20 on 10 ($1) green (Yang NC219), a pristine top margin example, without gum as issued, Extremely Fine and choice, a gem.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Current BidHK$1,800
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Lot 380
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North China, 1946-47, Shanxi-Hebei-Shandong-Henan Border Area, small character surcharge on Bird on Globe, $20 on 10 ($1) green (Yang NC223), wonderfully fresh with wide, even margins, without gum as issued, Very Fine+.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,600.
Current BidHK$1,200
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Lot 381
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North China, 1946-47, Shanxi-Hebei-Shandong-Henan Border Area, small character surcharge on Bird on Globe, $20 on 20 ($2) red (Yang NC224), wonderfully fresh with huge margins, without gum as issued, Extremely Fine and choice.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000.
Current BidHK$1,500
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Lot 382

North China, ca. 1947, cover from Chihsien, Hopei Province, to Tientsin, franked by a top margin single $10 on 5 [50¢] Bird-on-Globe surcharge (Yang #NC216), tied by unusual, light double-circle datestamp, Very Fine, a fresh, neat cover.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,600.
Current BidHK$1,000
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Lot 383

North China, 1949-50, pair of covers, one a 1949 (July 25) North China cover franked by $120 olive green 28th Anniversary of Chinese Communist Party (Scott #NC386) tied by Changyuan bilingual dater, with Acknowledgement of Receipt slip dated Aug. 7 at Shanxi on reverse; the other a North East China cover bearing a First Print $2500 yellow Tien An Men (#NE166) tied by indistinct 50.7.12 comb dater, with dotted-rim bilingual 19.7.1950 Wuchang dater on front and same-day solid-rim Hankow bridge cancel on reverse; both showing usage and opening wear, the $2500 stamp torn on opening, Fine to Very Fine, still a difficult pair of covers from the early years of the PRC.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,500.
Current BidHK$600
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Lot 384
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North China, 1945-49, nifty compilation, neatly arranged on stockpages, nearly all regular issues mint (Locals and Parcel Posts mostly used), with all items identified by Yang number; includes Large and Small Victory issues complete, perforated Mao issue (Yang #68-75) complete, numerous overprints and surcharges, etc., plus used Locals #LNC6 and LNC7 and Parcel Posts #NCP6-9 and NCP17-26; virtually all fresh and sound, Very Fine, inspect.
Estimate HK$ 3,600 - 4,000.
Current BidHK$1,800
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Lot 385

North East China, 1946 (May 20 & May 25), pair of Pamianchang Print covers from Tsitsihar to Shandong Province (Yang NE320-321), lovely and clean, one a $1 yellow green single tied by neat Japanese-style 20.5.35 c.d.s., with the second cover franked by a pair of the 50c yellow tied by Japanese-style 25.5.35 dater, Fine to Very Fine+, an attractive and fresh pair.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 3,000.
Current BidHK$1,000
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Lot 386
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North East China, 1946-51, lovely mint collection, neatly presented on five Hagnar pages, spanning the area's regular issue sets; includes popular sets such as Yang #NE5-8, NE44-50, NE60-63 (the $10 a bottom margin imprint single), NE93-95, etc.; a few spots of toning as to be expected, but most items remarkably fresh, without gum as issued, Very Fine overall, inspection invited; imaged in full online.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 3,600.
Current BidHK$1,500
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Lot 387
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North West China, 1949, Sinkiang "People's Post" surcharges on Republican issues complete (Yang NW95-98), two sets, one mint, the other used; both sets exceptionally clean, with the cancels light and unobtrusive on the used, Very Fine, worth a look.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,200.
Current BidHK$500
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Lot 388
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North West China, Revenue, 1945, Yili-Tacheng-Artai Area "BTP", $5 blue on gray blue, with ragged edge at left, cut otherwise with a massive bottom margin (making this a lower left corner single?); lightly printed but legible, Very Fine, a pretty example, with 2003 Experts & Consultants Ltd. certificate.
Estimate HK$ 3,500 - 4,500.
Current BidHK$1,800
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