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Lots 876 - 885,
Catalogue of Stamp Auction #82, June 21, 2019. Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
Ph
Curr.$
Bid
876  

The World War I Charity Issues

Petrograd

1915-16, Committee for Equipment of North Pole Expeditions "For Families of Reservists and Wounded Soldiers", receipt of donation for 50 kop, numbered at the top and officially signed, mostly VF
70.00 
 
877  

Collection

1914-17, 100 different labels, including Military Bonds, Arms of Military Units, Flags, Red Cross and many others all-Russian and City of Petrograd issues, some better items, several labels with pinholes, nice condition overall, F/VF
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2, 3, 4, 5, 6
475.00 
 
878  

Military 5 ½% Bond

1914-15, two top sheet margin se- tenant blocks of 18 and 12, both are from left and middle left parts of a sheet of 64, nice condition, VF
140.00 
 
879  

Astrakhan

1915-17, nine items, including rounded labels with Arms of England, France and Belgium, "Firefighters for Soldiers", "For Soldier in Trenches" and etc., a few with usual pinholes, fresh, mainly VF
95.00 
 
880  

Barnaul

1915, "For Orphan-Asylum of Killed Soldiers" and "United Russia", two labels, the last one with several pinholes, still F/VF
45.00 
 
881  

Fellin

1915, 1k-1r, the total is 23 stamps, including imperforated se-tenant miniature sheet of six, the first issue, fresh and VF unit
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140.00 
 
882  

Kazan

1914-17, Coat of Arms, Flags, Order of St. George and etc., the total is 11 items, several with pinholes and one is creased, still F/VF and scarce group
95.00 
 
883  

Moscow

1914, Women's Society "For Clothes Procurement of Wounded Soldiers", 1k-1r, perforated set of 11, low values are numbered on reverse, stamp of 1r has tiny thin at top right, otherwise fresh and F/VF
95.00 
 
884  
1914, Women's Society "For Clothes Procurement of Wounded Soldiers", 3k-50k, imperforated set of seven on thick glazed paper, fresh and VF
70.00 
 
885    
1915, "Russian Antiquaries to Our Soldiers on Front-Line Forces", red overprint over blank for stationery card along with brown vertical overprint "Mosc. Pocht. 1915", later franked by imperforated 5k claret and sent in Yekaterinburg in 1918, tiny thins from mounts removal on reverse, still VF appearance of this very scarce card
95.00