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Lot 13159

Russia, Ready-Made Mint Collection Stock, 1963-99, housed in seven Lighthouse or Schaubek stockbooks; appears highly complete, comprising most issues as single examples, though there are some in blocks or lightly duplicated; the occasional used item, but 99.9% never hinged; note several shade varieties, imperforate pairs (many marginal), tête-bêche blocks of four, several part-sheets, souvenir and miniature sheets, plus a number of First Day- or commemorative-cancelled covers, including a 1963 Cosmonauts Day cover and 1964 maximum card, both autographed by Yuri Gagarin; vibrant color and fresh paper throughout; if you're a collector, you just need an album; if you're a dealer, show these to your customers, Very Fine, well worth review. Shipping charges apply - weight 35.8 lbs.
Suggested Bid $600
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Lot 13160
Russia, Mint & Used Collection, 1953-1983, thousands of mint & used stamps & souvenir sheets, mounted in four stock books,a mint collection fairly complete 1953-1983, with used collection as well, with long runs pf complete mint sets, this lot would be terrific as a basis for a more complete collection, few if any faults, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 26.8 lbs.
Suggested Bid $500
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Lot 13161

Russia, WWI POW Correspondence Collection, 1915-17, 120 cards from the Great War, mostly to Germany and Austria from Siberian and Russian Asia camps; majority are on International Red Cross cards, but we also note several on German/Austrian Feldpost cards, and a fascinating few on picture post cards (at least one of which appears to be a real photo); a variety of postmarks, censors and auxiliary markings, including a New York "Due 4 Cents" opera-glass strike; a few WWII items included as well, F.-V.F., fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs.
Suggested Bid $500
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