RUSSIA-Germany, 1922

RUSSIA-Germany, 1922 (Sept. 30) registered cover from Novocherkassk to Berlin, franked on front with Imperial Arms imperf. pairs of 10K and 10R, used in combination with perf. block of 4 7K and imperf block of 4 7500R on 250R. Registered label also on front with manuscript number. On reverse franked with 2 10R perf and the complete set of Rostov-on-Don charity stamps, each cancelled with local and external dispatch cds.’s. Berlin arrival 12.10.22 cds. Fine and exceptional cover, signed and Cert. Mikulski. Michel No. 69B,80A,81A/B, Z1/4. Est. 6,000 – 8,000 CHF (via Philasearch.com: 15 Harmers Auction SA – item 9267-A12-1766)

Russia postcard, 1939 Attempted Nonstop Flight

Russia, 1939 Attempted Nonstop Flight – Moscow to World’s Fair, New York. Registered picture postcard franked with 4-color franking tied by “Moscou, 28.4.39” cds’s, airmail and registry etiquettes, with “Miscou Lighthouse, N.B., Ap 28, 39” cds, Very Fine, only 32 cards where carried on this trans-oceanic flight. AAMC No. 1320 $900. Estimate; $400 – 600. The flight was from Moscow, Russia to Miscou Lighthouse, New Brunswick where Russain aviators Brig. Gen. V. Kokkinaki & Maj. Gen. M. Gordienko crashed after a successful flight across Europe and the Atlantic Ocean.
Russia postcard, 1939 Attempted Nonstop Flight 

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