ca1840 Large cover sent by the Imperial Chinese Amban (Ambassador) in Lhasa to the Maharaja of Nepal showing large official Chinese seal
Special Jubilee Auction #203 - Euro (€)
By: David Feldman S.A.
David Feldman S.A. Special Jubilee Auction #203 - Euro (€)
David Feldman Auctioneers is proud to announce that the offering of our Jubilee Auction, which will be held from in Geneva, will be spectacular in its depth and variety. With specialised collections of Finland, French Levant, Indian States, Mafia Island, Mauritius, and Tibet, joining our customary selections of France & Colonies, Great Britain & Empire, All World and Collections and our prized Rarities of the World auction – further testimony that David Feldman remains the world’s most international stamp auction company.
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You will find below the detailed agenda of the auction week:
: Finland Grand Prix Collection (Lots 10000-10245)
: Tibet (Lots 20000-20607)
: French Levant Grand Prix Collection (Lots 30000-30189)
: France & Colonies (Lots 40000-40542)
: Europe – From A to G (Lots 41000-41419)
: Europe – From H to Z (Lots 41420-42118)
: Rarities of the World (Lots 70000-70117)
: Mauritius (Lots 80000-80278)
: Mafia Island (Lots 81000-81302)
: Indian States (Lots 82000-82325)
: Great Britain and British Empire (Lots 60000-60789)
: Overseas (Lots 50000-50712)
: All world collections (Lots 50713-50912)
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Lot #20001 - Tibet - Postal History
ca1900, Two commercial covers from Tibet to Nepal
Lot #20002 - Tibet - Postal History
ca1900, Two privately carried trader's mail folded covers from Tibet to Nepal, both with fine quality wax seals
Lot #20003 - Tibet - Postal History
1902 Official stampless cover sent from the Kerung Law Court and addressed to the Madraj Kumar at Hadigaon Palace in Kathmandu/Nepal, bears court seals and two postmarks (Trisuli and Rasuwa)
Lot #20004 - Tibet - Postal History
ca1910 Small wrapper bearing red seal of the IXth Panchen Lama (1883?1937), the item was probably sent via his own monastry's "Monk Mail Delivery"
Lot #20005 - Tibet - Postal History
1911 Official stampless cover sent from the Kuti Court to Kathmandu showing large ornamental sun and moon seal, during the 19th century, the Tibetans lost a war with Nepal. Tibet had to grant ex-territorial rights to the Nepalese. Nepal had their owns courts in Tibet and people of Nepalese nationality could only be brought to court in these special courts