1848, stationery envelope 10k +1k black, size 137x107mm, bottom left corner imperfection and flap reinforcement, nice quality overall without staining or ageing, unused, VF appearance of this exceedingly rare item, a handful of unused examples of Number One stamped envelope had been recorded, Venets #1, C.v. $12,000
Stamp Auction #75
By: Raritan Stamps Inc.
Raritan Stamps Inc. Stamp Auction #75
Raritan Stamps, Inc. - Live Bidding Auction #75, November 17-18, 2017.
The Sale contains 1374 lots of rare Stamps and Postal History of the World, including nice range of British Commonwealth, Asia, Eastern and Western Europe; comprehensive Russian area material, representing property of 32 owners.
Among the highlights of this Sale:
One Man Collection of Baltic States;
Classic Collection of Great Britain;
Group of PR of China items with Mei Lang-fan souvenir sheet;
nice range of German Colonies;
First Class Russian and Soviet Union rarities, including classic Imperial stamps in mint condition, wide "5" variety of "Fokker 111" 5k green, inverted Moscow - San Francisco Flight surcharge and many more;
Over one hundred Collections, Accumulations and Large Lots.
Auction will be held within two sections.
November 17, 2017 10:00 am Lots #1-734
November 18, 2017 10:00 am Lots #735-1374
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Lot #736 - Russia - Imperial Postal Stationery items
1848, stationery envelope 10+1k black, sharp and clear embossing, size 137x107mm, addressed to Zhytomyr, pen cross cancellation, wax seal, VF, ex-Sarandinaki, Faberge
Lot #737 - Russia - Imperial Postal Stationery items
1864, St. Petersburg General Post Office receipt for mailing to Zhytomyr, printed on thick watermarked paper, boxed red ''Per Receipt 5k'', usual folds, mostly VF and scarce
Lot #738 - Russia - Imperial Postal Stationery items
1867, Moscow Telegraph, two envelopes for telegram delivery on blue paper, pre-printed ''Telegramma'' with number and date, paper seals on reverse, both neatly used, VF
Lot #739 - Russia - Imperial Postal Stationery items
1868-72, eight (seven different) stationery envelopes of 20k and 30k with indicia at the top left, including four unissued ones, and 10k, 20k and 30k with indicia on the top right, various sizes, fresh quality, VF, Mi #U14/18
Lot #740 - Russia - Imperial Postal Stationery items
1896, essay for Imperial reply letter card 10k+10k blue, contains two attached letter cards, size of each 174x106mm, appropriately folded, perfect condition, VF and scarce, one copy of such essay was presented to each participant of the UPU Conference of 1906 in Rome