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


Mongolia
 
 
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Lot 1737

Mongolia, 1905 (Oct. 11), triple rate red band cover, sent Urga to Peking, franked on reverse by Russian 7k vertical strip of three, tied by one of three strikes of Urga origin c.d.s.; reverse also shows large red Kalgan Russian transit marking, Fine to Very Fine, an attractive and scarce cover.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 4,000.
Realized HK$4,500.
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Lot 1738

Mongolia, 1914 (May 1), red band cover, sent Urga to Shansi, franked on front by two 3¢ Chinese Junk issues, tied by Urga origin c.d.s., with reverse showing "Taiyuan" bilingual transit with date missing from chop (scarce), Peking and Fenchow transits and Shansi, Shanqizhen 16 May receiver, Fine to Very Fine, scarce usage and markings.
Estimate HK$ 2,600 - 3,000.
Realized HK$1,500.
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Lot 1739

Mongolia, 1918-31, interesting group of 15 early covers, including a 1918 7k Russian cover, with the remaining four Mongolian stamp/Chinese Junk issue or Postage Due combination covers; one cover has a stamp missing, a couple of the others difficult-to-read lightly struck postmarks, etc., Fine to Very Fine, good study group; inspection invited.
Estimate HK$ 5,000 - 7,000.
Realized HK$10,000.
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Lot 1740

Mongolia, 1927 (Apr. 6), red band cover sent from Ulanbator to Harbin, franked on front by 5mung and 20 mung Mongolian adhesives tied by April 6 origin c.d.s.'s, with reverse showing pair of 3¢ Chinese Junk issues affixed at Harbin and tied by bilingual Harbin 18.4.27 c.d.s., Fine to Very Fine, attractive cover.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,500.
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Lot 1741

Mongolia, 1927 (May 6), cover mailed from Ulanbator to Kalgan, franked on reverse by 25mung definitive, tied by one of two strikes of Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; Chinese 4¢ Junk issue added and cancelled at Harbin on 19.5.27; Kalgan 25.5.27 receiver, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,500.
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Lot 1742

Mongolia, 1927 (Sept. 7), cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, franked on reverse by five copies of 5mung definitive (Scott #36) tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; reverse also shows vertical pairs of China 1¢ and 4¢ Junk issues tied by Harbin 21.9.27 transits; front shows Russian Post Office transit dated 19.9.27, Very Fine, a lovely and attractive cover.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$3,200.
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Lot 1743

Mongolia, 1927 (Nov. 11), censored cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, larger-size cover franked on reverse by 1m, 2m (2) and 10m (2) definitives, all tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; reverse also shows circled "T" with Chinese characters handstamp, 30¢ Chinese Postage Due (which was added at Kalgan) with 16.12.27 receiver, plus bold large violet Russian-Chinese Censor chop; front shows Manchouli 9.12.27 transit; normal usage wear with a few harmless edge tears, etc., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$3,200.
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Lot 1744

Mongolia, 1927 (Dec. 29), native cover from Ulanbator to Chita, USSR, interesting native envelope sent via Manchouli, with 10¢ Chinese Junk issue added, franked by 25mung stamp with origin c.d.s.; reverse shows Chita, USSR, 9.1.28 receiver, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,300.
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Lot 1745

Mongolia, 1928 (Feb. 15), red band cover from Ulanbator to Harbin, lovely and clean, franked on reverse by 5mung (2) and 20mung (2) definitives, each tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; front shows 2¢ and 5¢ (vertical pair) Chinese Junk issues added and tied by Harbin c.d.s.'s. Fresh, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$3,800.
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Lot 1746

Mongolia, 1928 (May 8), cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, franked by pair of 25mung issues tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; reverse also shows 1¢ and 4¢ (pair) Chinese Junks tied by 19.5.28 Harbin transits, Very Fine, neat cover.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,200.
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Lot 1747

Mongolia, 1927 (May 6), cover from Ulanbator to China, franked by pair of 25mung Mongolia issues, tied by 6.V.27 Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; front shows Manchouli transit, plus pairs of 1¢ and 4¢ Junk issues added at Harbin, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$3,200.
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Lot 1748

Mongolia, 1928 (June 13), cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, lovely quality native cover, franked on front by 25mung definitive tied by one of two strikes of Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; reverse shows 4¢ Chinese Junk added at Harbin and cancelled on 24 June, with Kalgan receiver adjacent, Very Fine, eye-catching cover.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,900.
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Lot 1749

Mongolia, 1928 (Sept. 6), red band cover, sent Ulanbator to Kalgan, franked on reverse by 25mung definitive, tied by one of two strikes of Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; front shows 4¢ Chinese Junk added, tied by Harbin 18.9.28 c.d.s., with reverse showing red boxed Russian "Kalgan" handstamp and Kalgan receiver. Fresh, Very Fine.
Estimate HK$ 1,800 - 2,200.
Realized HK$1,700.
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Lot 1750

Mongolia, 1928 (Dec. 22), red band cover from Jabholanto to China, franked on reverse by 25mung definitive issue, tied by one of two lovely strikes of Jabholanto origin c.d.s.'s; reverse shows 4¢ Chinese Junk added and cancelled 26.1.29 with indistinct city, Fine to Very Fine+, a rare example from Jabholanto.
Estimate HK$ 2,600 - 3,000.
Realized HK$3,000.
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Lot 1751

Mongolia, 1929 (Nov. 18), red band cover from Ulangator to Kalgan, a delightful cover franked by 20mung and 5mung (perforation pin removed) issues (Scott #38 & 44A), tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; back shows bold Russian Verkhneudinsk transit dated 28 Mar 1930; front shows 4¢ Chinese Junk cancelled on 31 Mar 1930 in Manchouli, Very Fine, an unusual and attractive cover, opened for display.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$3,600.
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Lot 1752

Mongolia, 1930 (July 30), censored red band cover, sent from Ulanbator to China via Kalgan, lovely, unusual cover, franked by Mongolia 50mung issue, tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s., with a second strike on cover front along with "T" postage due chop; reverse shows $1 Chinese Postage Due added by 30¢ (2) and 20¢ margin pair Dues, all tied by Kalgan c.d.s.'s; cover shows Censor tape and large violet Russian censor chop, Fine to Very Fine, nice item.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$14,000.
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Lot 1753

Mongolia, 1930 (Oct. 20), red band cover from Ulanbator to Peiping, lovely, highly attractive cover, franked on reverse by 1mung, 2mung (2) and 10 mung (2) definitives (Scott #34, 35 (2) & 37 (2)), all tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; reverse also shows 30¢ Chinese Postage Due added at Kalgan and Peiping 20.11.19 bilingual receiver, Fine to Very Fine, scarce.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$5,000.
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Lot 1754

Mongolia, 1931 (Aug. 26), censored cover from Ulanbator to Peiping, franked on reverse by 5c & 10c (vertical pair) overprints, all copies marginals, all tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; reverse also shows 3¢ Chinese Junk added at Harbin along with Peiping transit and arrival markings, while front shows Manchouli 1 Sept transit and violet Censor marking, with Censor tape on reverse; neatly opened for display, Fine to Very Fine, a delightful and scarce usage.
Estimate HK$ 2,600 - 3,000.
Realized HK$9,000.
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Lot 1755

Mongolia, 1931 (Oct. 23), red band cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, a splendid and clean cover, franked on reverse by 5m on 5c and 20m on 20c surcharge issues (Scott #59 & 61), each tied by Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; reverse additionally shows 20¢ and 30¢ Chinese Postage Dues added and cancelled at Kalgan and light large-sized violet handstamp; front shows Manchouli 12.5.31 transit. Fresh, Very Fine, a lovely and scarce cover.
Estimate HK$ 2,600 - 3,000.
Realized HK$5,000.
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Lot 1756

Mongolia, 1935 (July 1), eye-appealing cover from Ulanbator to Kalgan, franked by six copies of 5mung Worker issue, tied by multiple strikes of violet Ulanbator origin c.d.s.'s; a Chinese transit (most likely Manchouli) c.d.s. is covered up by a block of ten of 4¢ orange Postage Dues, totalling 40¢ rather than 50¢ as normal, all cancelled by Kalgan 3.8.35 c.d.s.'s. Fresh, Very Fine, a lovely cover.
Estimate HK$ 2,400 - 2,800.
Realized HK$4,000.
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Lot 1757

Mongolia, 1935 (Sept. 24), registered red band cover from Ulanbator to Peiping, franked by 10mung and 50mung Mongolian Pictorials (Scott #65 & 70), tied by violet Ulanbator origin c.d.s., with scarce "Ulaan-Baator/No. 351" Registry label affixed and tied by one of two violet straightline handstamps; cover shows Harbin 22.10.35 and Kalgan 25.10.24 transits, with the Kalgan chops tying 80¢ in Chinese Postage Dues in a vertical strip of 4; Peiping receiver on front, Very Fine, scarce.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$9,000.
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Lot 1758

Mongolia, 1937 (Apr. 1), cover sent from Ulanbator to Kalgan, lovely cover franked on reverse by pair of 15mung Young Revolutionary pictorials (Scott #66), tied by one of two strikes of violet Ulanbator origin c.d.s.; reverse also shows Manchouli Japanese-style transit dated 18.4.4, a Peiping machine cancelled transit of 22.4.37, plus 50¢ Chinese Postage Due added and cancelled Wanchuan (Kalgan) Express 24.4.1937 arrival. Fresh, Very Fine, scarce.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,600.
Realized HK$3,400.
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Lot 1759
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Mongolia, Mint & used accumulation, 1924-2007, mixed up lot of a few hundred stamps containing everything from miscellaneous 1926 First Issues and 1926-31 Overprinted Revenues to eight examples of the 2007 Marilyn Monroe souvenir sheet; included are the 1951 3t Lenin #103 in a block of 25, two folded sheets of 100 of the 1951 1t Holy Flame (#159), blocks of 4 of the 1953 3t & 5t Cholbalsan (#114-115) and four sets of the 1958 Animals (#144-148); condition is mostly clean and F-VF, but the early overprints are not guaranteed; please inspect.
Estimate HK$ 5,000 - 7,000.
Realized HK$5,000.
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