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U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History


Russia




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Lot 7913

Russia, 1914, registered cover to Springfield, MA, with 3k x2 & 7k x2 tied on reverse of a cover by Pinsk April 9, 1914 circular datestamp, which is repeated on front, New York transit & receiving backstamps; folds affecting stamps, F.-V.F.
Scott 75, 78.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 7914

Russia, 1915, censored picture post card to Switzerland, with 1k on reverese & 3k on front, each tied or cancelled by Petrograd 1915 circular datestamp, adjacent rectangular censor handstamp and dispatch postmarks, Very Fine.
Scott B5-B6.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 7915

Russia, 1915, censored registered cover to U.S., with 10k x2 (79) tied on reverse by "Bielaja Tzerkov" September 30, 1915 circular datestamp & Indianapolis receiving postmark, including one stamp also tied by violet censor handstamp applied in Petrograd by military authority, adjacent New York transit datestamps, plus Belaia-Tzerkow registration label on front; vertical fold not affecting stamps, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 7916

Russia, 1915, registered censored Cover to Arlington, MA (Scott 90, 92, B6), with stamps tied on reverse by multiple St. Petersburg December 20, 1914 circular datestamps, rectangular censor handstamp & New York transit oval postmark, closed on reverse after censorship by Russian wax seal; cover with small faults not affecting stamps, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 7917

Russia, 1889, 10k dark blue (Scott 42), tied on cover by violet numeral cancellation "1" (St. Petersburg), addressed to Macedon, NY with St. Petersburg dispatch and June 2, 1900 receiving backstamps; minor folds not affecting stamp or postal markings, F.-V.F.
Michel 52ax.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 7918

Russia, Duck Stamps, 1990-95, six folders, each containing a miniature sheet with three values of regular postage stamps, and a miniature sheet of nine of that year's duck stamp, presented in a folder, a beautiful group that will please any duck stamp collector, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $120.
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