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

Postal Cards
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Lot 1134

China, 1902 (June 21), 4¢ Hong Kong Queen Victoria and 1¢ China C.I.P. postal cards, used Hankow to London, pair of identically dated postal cards used June 21 to the same person and address in London; the first a 4¢ Hong Kong Queen Victoria card, the second a 1¢ vertical format C.I.P. card with pair of 2¢ green Hong Kong Queen Victoria added, each via Victoria to London, Very Fine, interesting pair.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,400.
Realized HK$2,200.
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Lot 1135

China, 1907, 1¢ green vertical format C.I.P. postal card, pristine mint, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,000 - 1,200.
Realized HK$8,500.
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Lot 1136

China, 1907, 1¢+1¢ green vertical format paid-reply card, an exceptional-quality mint card, wonderfully fresh with bold colour, Very Fine, a beauty.
Estimate HK$ 4,000 - 5,000.
Realized HK$5,500.
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Lot 1137

China, 1908 (Jan. 17), Uprated 1¢ green postal card, used Shanghai to Switzerland, vertical format stationery card, uprated by 1¢ and 2¢ Coiling Dragons, all tied by Shanghai bilingual origin c.d.s.'s; front shows bold "Locle/6.II.08/Lettres" receiver and black "A[R?]" handstamp, fresh and clean, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,600 - 3,000.
Realized HK$2,800.
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Lot 1138

China, 1910 (Feb. 16), 1¢ green horizontal format C.I.P. postal card, used to New York, beautiful card uprated by 1¢ C.I.P. Coiling Dragon issue, tied by Heng Chow c.d.s., with front showing bilingual Changsha transit, Shanghai bilingual 1 MAR 10 transit, Shanghai 1.3.10 I.J.P.O. marking, etc.; card was short-paid for international transit, with large "T" and "Collect postage/02 cents" black handstamp markings and 2¢ U.S. Postage Due stamp added and tied by "New York/MAR 23" c.d.s. and matching duplex, fresh and Very Fine, a lovely, well-marked card.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$15,000.
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Lot 1139

China, 1912 (Jan. 27), C.I.P. 1¢ green vertical format stationery card used to the U.S., lovely card, uprated by pair of ½¢ and 2¢ C.I.P. Coiling Dragons, all cancelled by bilingual Canton origin c.d.s.'s; card shows Canton 27.1.18 I.J.P.O. transit; contains superb local content, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 4,000.
Realized HK$4,500.
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