Russia 1925 (4 Aug) registered cover (actually Imperial 7k…

Russia 1925 (4 Aug) registered cover (actually Imperial 7k stationery entire envelope with dark violet Ukrainian trident handstamp) from Moscow to England, correctly paying 40k foreign registered letter rate with 4x10k dark blue (perf. 12); on back there are 5x5k on 1k Foreign Exchange Tax stamps, tied by a large violet handstamp, London transit and Colchester arrival pmks, fine and unusual franking Lot condition Dealer
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Estimate price:
450.00 US$ (via Philasearch.com – Russia, Scott 285a)

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Russia 1923 (18 Oct) cover from Moscow to Munich, paying 45r…

Russia 1923 (18 Oct) cover from Moscow to Munich, paying 45r (1923) plus 12k (gold), with 5r and 2x20r RSFSR, used in combination with 12x1k imperforate (gold) definitives. With the October 18 conversion value at 550r to 1r gold, the 45r (RSFSR) equal just over 8k (gold) for a total of 20k, which was the correct rate for foreign letter rate, fine mixed RSFSR/Soviet definitives cover, with “Obmen 250r” red surcharge (variety displaced overprint) on 35k chainbreakers on back Lot condition Dealer
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Estimate price:
2300.00 US$ (via Philasearch.com – Russia, Scott 240,241A,250)

Russia 1844 PETER the Great, Peter I (1672-1725), ruled the…

Russia 1844 PETER the Great, Peter I (1672-1725), ruled the Russian Empire from 1682 until his death. A large single page (text on both sides), probably a military commission, written in old Slavonic and signed “Petr” in the right margin. Also included an etching of Peter, plus an old map of Russia. A rarity Dealer
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Estimate price:
4500.00 US$ (via Philasearch.com – Russia)

Russia 1919 (5 Apr) registered cover from Moscow to Petrograd,…

Russia 1919 (5 Apr) registered cover from Moscow to Petrograd, paying 3r with five imperforate blocks of 4x10k dark blue, used in combination with pair of perforated 50k, fine and scarce usage, with arrival (8 April) pmk on back Lot condition Dealer
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Estimate price:
450.00 US$ (via Philasearch.com – Russia, Scott 124)

Russia 1902 25k dull green & lilac, center inverted,…

Russia 1902 25k dull green & lilac, center inverted, cancelled Zhitomir (30 Mar 1906), well centered, v.f., signed Mikulski. A rare inverted center, known only used, (Catalog value $6,500) Lot condition Dealer
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Estimate price:
3000.00 US$ (via Philasearch.com – Russia, Scott 64a)