lot # 998 - europe ukraine
1920, Parcel card endorsed at top in Mss "Krasn . Arm ." [ Red Army ] from POLEVAYAR POCHT STAN LIT 3 , 14 / 16 11 20 to KOSTROMA 10 1 21, charged 105 roubles and originally correctly franked as follows : verso , 10x10 rouble Imperial Arms perforate , used at face value [ one has since fallen off ] and , recto , 5 x 1 kopeck Arms imperforates overprinted Podillia VIIId [ Bulat 1677 ] revalued x 100 and representing a Trophy Use of Ukrainian stamps . These stamps were applied in a crumpled state and then smoothed - hence the misalignment of one of the cancels . In addition, four stamps were added to the franking in Kostroma and pen cancelled; according to Alexander Epstein , they represent the fee for parcel storage from the arrival date until collection on 2 2 21 . An exceptional item, the Trident sub - type on the 1 kopeck is normally only found mint or CTO, in addition a mint block of 25
Michel 29, Russia etc.