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


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Lot 997

Hong Kong, 1902 (Jun 2), Queen Victoria, 10c registered envelope, used to US (Yang 1. Schoenfeld 1), size F, used with Hong Kong Queen Victoria 10¢ ultra (Scott 44, Yang 58) with surface rub tied with Victoria HK cds. Seattle registered marking (Jun 26) and New York registered oval in purple (Jul 1) on back, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 998

Hong Kong, 1901 (Mar 19), Queen Victoria, 10¢ envelope, used to US (Yang EN6), size B, tied with HK cds. Stockton Flag cancel on back (Apr 18) with small wax seal, Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 999

Hong Kong, 1902 (Jun 2?), Queen Victoria, 1¢ envelope, used to US (Yang EN1), upgraded with Queen Victoria 2¢ green (Scott 37, Yang 55), tied with Victoria HK cds. Endorsed bookpost, Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 1000

Hong Kong, 1902 (Jun 2?), Queen Victoria, 4¢ envelope, used to US (Yang EN4), size B, tied with Victoria HK cds. Endorsed bookpost, Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 1001

Hong Kong, 1902 (Jun 2), Queen Victoria, 10¢ registered envelope, used to US (Yang 2. Schoenfeld 1a), size G, used with Hong Kong Queen Victoria 10¢ ultra (Scott 44, Yang 58) tied with Victoria HK cds. Seattle registered marking (Jun 26) and New York registered oval (Jul 2) on back, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 1002

Hong Kong, 1903 (Oct 14), Queen Victoria, 2¢ envelope, used from Shanghai to Yingkow (Newchwang) (Yang EN3), size B, with Shanghai BPO cds, Tsangkou German PO cds (Oct 19) on back). Scarce treaty port usage of Queen Victoria envelope to a rare destination, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 1003

Hong Kong, 1903 (Oct 29), Queen Victoria, 1¢ postal card, used from Amoy to Shanghai (Yang P4), with Amoy index A BPO cds, also with Shanghai BPO cds (Nov 7). Scarce inter-treaty port usage of postal card using the 1 cent card rate.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 1004

Hong Kong, 1905 (Jan 6), King Edward VII, 10¢ envelope, used to US (Yang EN 9. Schoenfeld 10a), size D, used with Victoria cds. Pre-printed Ellis Bros envelope with address or front and advertisement on back. San Francisco meter (Feb 2) and Toledo flag cancel (Feb 6) also on back.; some torns on top edge, otherwise Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 1005

Hong Kong, 1908 (Dec 10), Queen Victoria, 1¢ envelope, used to Canton (Yang EN1), upgraded with King Edward VII 1¢ (Scott 71, Yang 61), tied with Victoria HK cds, with Canton bilingual cds (Dec 11) also on front, Graca label as seal on flap. Very late use of a Queen Victoria envelope, Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 1006

Hong Kong, 1911 (Mar 17), King Edward VII, 10¢ registered envelope, used to UK (Yang 14. Schoenfeld 5a), size G value to $2.50, used with King Edward VII 4¢ carmine (Scott 90, Yang 93) tied with Registered GPO cds. With large HK 4 partition registered marking, London registered oval (Apr 14) and Malvern cds (Apr 15) all on front, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 1007

Hong Kong, 1916 (May 12), King George V, 10¢ registered envelope, used to US (Schoenfeld 7b), size H with Franc only, used with King George V 6¢, 10¢ (Scott 112, 114, Yang 102a, 104), tied with Registered GPO cds and large HK 4 partition registered marking. Also with AR marking. Seattle registered cds (Jun 5) and Montclair registered cds (Jun 9) both in purple on back. Scarce AR cover, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 1008

Hong Kong, 1927 (Mar 23), King George V, 10¢ registered envelope, used to US (Yang 35. Schoenfeld 9a), size G with dollar values added but without dots, used with registered GPO cds and registration tape. Also with Chicago registered cds (Apr 22) on front, Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 1009

Hong Kong, 1936 (Mar 25), King George V, 2¢ postal card, used to Singapore via airmail (Yang P30), with additional Hong Kong King George V 4¢, 8¢ (Scott 133, 136, Yang 120, 123), tied with HK Airmail cds. This was sent via the First Airmail thru Penang with boxed purple commemorative marking for this flight on Mar 27. This is also the card with Royal Arms in white on green background color. Yang cat. value for a mint card is already $5,000, Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
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Lot 1010

Hong Kong, 1941 (Jan 7), King George VI, 25¢ registered envelope, used to US (Yang 59), size G, 25¢ Acknowledgement Fee, with King George VI 50¢, $1, $2 (Scott, Yang 142, 143, 144) paying $3.50 airmail rate to US and tied with HK Registered GPO cds on both front and back. Also with HK registration tape and airmail stickers on front. Notice that this has no censor markings even in this late stage in the war. Honolulu regist. cds (Jan 13) showing delivered by PanAm Clipper and 2 different Chicago cds (Jan 17) all on back, Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 1011

Hong Kong, 1941 (Feb 3), King George VI, 25¢ registered envelope, used to US (Yang 59. Schoenfeld 14), size G blue with acknowledgement fee 25¢, used with King George VI prewar 30¢ (Scott 161, Yang 141) tied with registered GPO cds with registration label. Also with AR marking in oval. San Francisco Registered cds (Feb 27) in purple 2 different Portaland registered cds in red and purple (Feb 28, Mar 1) on back. Scarce pre-war AR cover, Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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