1916 Envelope, Russia Post, Mongolia, rare

1916 Envelope, Russia Post, Mongolia, rare

ULYASUTAI: 1916 Envelope sent insured to Peking, franked with Arms 10k and 35k plus Romanov 50k, tied by Ulyasutai 10.9.16 type 2B cds, with the insurance label adjacent (Hellrigl rated RRR, the only known example of an insurance label from Ulyasutai), only seven covers with Romanov franking recorded by Hellrigl, this being the only one from Ulyasutai, fine and unique exhibition item. Note: Illustrated in “The Postal History of Mongolia” by Hellrigl on the front cover and p.82 Expertise: Signed Holcombe

Auction by

David Feldman S. A. Genf

Minimum Bid:

70000.00 EUR

April 18-20, 2012

David Feldman – Spring Auction 2012

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David Feldman – Spring Auction 2012 – April 18-20, 2012 – The auction consists of 3 specialised catalogues: Belgium: The spectacular Anatoly Karpov collection, part II with more than 900 new lots of Belgium and Belgian Congo. Russian Post in the Chinese Empire: First part of the collection Grand Prix formed by Dr. Raymond Casey (Offices in China Proper, Offices in Mongolia & Sinkiang) Greece Large Hermes Heads Collection plus an important assembly of 19th & 20th proofs.)

Belgium – Anatoly Karpov Collection

April 18 
10:30 – Lots 10000-10104 – Postal History & Epaulettes
13:30  – Lots 10105-10347 – Médaillons
17:00  – Lots 10348-10426 – Leopold 1er (New type)

April 19
10:30  – Lots 10427-10603 – Small Lion & Leopold II
13:30  – Lots 10604-10787 – Leopold II & previous issues
17:00 – Lots 10788- 10902 – Belgian Congo & Ruanda-Urundi

Greece & Russian Post Offices in the Chinese Empire

April 20
10:00 – Lots 20000-20145 – Russian Post Offices in the Chinese Empire
13:00 – Lots 30000-30344 – Greece
16:00 – Lots 30345-30709 – Greece

TIENTSIN,1875, Cover, Stamps

TIENTSIN: 1875 Cover to Dereham, England, franked with 1866-75 10k strip of four and 3k pair, tied by three clear strikes of dateless double-framed “TYAN-TSZIN. POCHT. KONT.” (Tientsin Post Office) hs, with Kyakhta transit adjacent dated 1 May 1875, the letter having left Tientsin about two weeks earlier, showing Moscow transit and Dereham arrival bs. Postage of 46k represents pre-UPU rates of 30k for conveyance to the Russian border at Kyakhta and 16k for onward transmission from Russia to England. Earliest known mail from the official Russian Postal Administration in China, using Russian canceller on Russian stamps, and only known use of Tientsin’s first Russian handstamped canceller on cover. The Jewel in the crown of the Russian post in China Note: Illustrated in the BJRP nos.18 (1955) and 71 (1991) and “The London Philatelist” Nos. 1151-52 (1988)- The “Kyakta Type 2” of Tchilingirian & Stephen, “Stamps of the Russian Empire used Abroad” pt. 4 (1959), 9.312, said to be based on the cancellation on this cover, is a fantasy, showing posthorns at foot instead of the fleuron depicted herin. 
Minimum Bid: 70000.00 EUR

April 18-20, 2012
David Feldman – Spring Auction 2012The auction consists of 3 specialised catalogues:Belgium: The spectacular Anatoly Karpov collection, part II with more than 900 new lots of Belgium and Belgian Congo.Russian Post in the Chinese Empire: First part of the collection Grand Prix formed by Dr. Raymond Casey (Offices in China Proper, Offices in Mongolia & Sinkiang)Greece Large Hermes Heads Collection plus an important assembly of 19th & 20th proofs.


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Russia Post in China

TIENTSIN,1875, Cover, Stamps

TIENTSIN: 1875 Cover to Dereham, England, franked with 1866-75 10k strip of four and 3k pair, tied by three clear strikes of dateless double-framed “TYAN-TSZIN. POCHT. KONT.” (Tientsin Post Office) hs, with Kyakhta transit adjacent dated 1 May 1875, the letter having left Tientsin about two weeks earlier, showing Moscow transit and Dereham arrival bs. Postage of 46k represents pre-UPU rates of 30k for conveyance to the Russian border at Kyakhta and 16k for onward transmission from Russia to England. Earliest known mail from the official Russian Postal Administration in China, using Russian canceller on Russian stamps, and only known use of Tientsin’s first Russian handstamped canceller on cover. The Jewel in the crown of the Russian post in China Note: Illustrated in the BJRP nos.18 (1955) and 71 (1991) and “The London Philatelist” Nos. 1151-52 (1988)- The “Kyakta Type 2” of Tchilingirian & Stephen, “Stamps of the Russian Empire used Abroad” pt. 4 (1959), 9.312, said to be based on the cancellation on this cover, is a fantasy, showing posthorns at foot instead of the fleuron depicted herin. 
Minimum Bid: 70000.00 EUR





April 18-20, 2012

The auction consists of 3 specialised catalogues:
Belgium: The spectacular Anatoly Karpov collection, part II with more than 900 new lots of Belgium and Belgian Congo.
Russian Post in the Chinese Empire: First part of the collection Grand Prix formed by Dr. Raymond Casey (Offices in China Proper, Offices in Mongolia & Sinkiang)
Greece Large Hermes Heads Collection plus an important assembly of 19th & 20th proofs.