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Lot 1875 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1875 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot von ca. 170 Werten, alle mit Stadtpost-Nr.Stpl. St.Petersburg aus 1866-1903, interessant

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Lot 1870 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1870 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Und 21y sowie weitere Werte, Viererblock, Stpl.Besonderht. etc., interess.

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Lot 1865 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1865 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Vollrdg., Oberrandst., rücks. Gummierung, nur schwache Stpl.Spuren, linke untere Ecke ergänzt

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Lot 1876 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1876 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Und 12y mit Vollgitterstpl., Pracht
Catalogue value €265

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Lot 1871 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1871 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Und 25y, 102B (Paar) gestempelt, Pracht
Catalogue value €270

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Lot 1866 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1866 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Breitrdg. mit Federzug, Kab.
Catalogue value €500

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Lot 1877 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1877 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Stark nach oben verschobener Unterdruck, keine erkennbare Streifung und 26 in grau und silbergrau (24 mit Vgl.Stück)

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Lot 1872 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia -  Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Lot 1872 - Russia & Soviet Union Russia - Georg Bühler Briefmarken Auktionen 26th mail bid auction

Und 25y gestempelt, Pracht
Catalogue value €400

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Lot 804 - Russia  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. & Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

Lot 804 - Russia - Cherrystone Auctions U.S. & Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

1880 (14 Sep) registered cover from Ekaterinoslav to Kuttenberg (Austria), paying 14k with 4x1k and single 10k, tied by departure cds, with Postal Car and bilingual Kuttenberg/Kutna Hora (today Czech Republic) arrival
Estimate: $200

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Lot 805 - Russia  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. & Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

Lot 805 - Russia - Cherrystone Auctions U.S. & Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

1890 (9 Dec) registered cover from St. Petersburg, franked with pair of 10k dark blue and 5x2k green on back, addressed to the Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich, "Yacht Tamara" care of Russian Consulate in Colombo, Ceylon, sent via Brindisi (25.12.1890 Christmas Day), arriving in Colombo on January 2, 1891, filing folds and backflap tears, away from the stamps, fine cover to an uncommon destination (the letter was supposed to wait for the return of the royal yacht "Tamara", with Grand Dukes Sergei and Alexander Romanov on board, from their voyage to Sumatra. The voyage of the "Tamara" took place in 1890-1891. It was part of the education of Russian grand dukes (sons or grandsons of a tsar) to make a voyage to distant seas on a royal sailboat. Grand Dukes, brothers Alexander and Sergei accompanied Nicholas who was traveling on his frigate "Memory of Azov", to India. At Ceylon, the future tsar stayed in India to sightsee and hunt elephants while the brothers on board of "Tamara" went to Sumatra to explore the ocean currents and the possibility of setting up a Russian naval base there. The voyage was interrupted by the unexpected death of the Dukes' mother, Grand Duchess Olga, and in spring 1891 the brothers returned home to St. Petersburg)
Estimate: $250

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