367th. Auction

367. Heinrich Koehler Auction

Lot no.230
There are additional 7% import fees (not tax deductible) if the purchaser are resident in the EU! For buyers outside of the EU, this import fees are not charged if the export of the goods can be proven.

Condition

2

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
Sold for450 €
1943, Airmail 4 fr. on 3 fr., large size handpainted essay with matching overlay for the surcharge, both sign. Soriano
Lot no.713

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening200 €
Sold forUnsold
1805, entire letter from Tulezyn (Ukraine), endorsed "Brody" and forwarded by "Hausner & Violland", to Tarragona, Spain
Lot no.714

Condition

6

Catalogue no.19x,20ax,21x

Opening80 €
Sold for100 €

1866, 3 k. black and green, 5 k. black and lilac and 10 k. brown and blue each on horizontal laid paper, tied by oval dot mark "С.П.В." to folded cover from "ST.PETERSBURG 6.12.69" with German transit mark and handwritten endorsement "f 2 3/4" to Amsterdam with arrival mark, fine

Lot no.715

Condition

6

Catalogue no.19xF u.a.

Opening150 €
Sold for120 €
1866, 3k. with burelage of 5k. with additional franking tied by oval "S.P.B" with adjacent cds. "S. PETERSBURG 5 FEB 1870" to double weight cover to Paris, earliest recorded usage of this error, see also Rossica 86-87 page 43, small opening faults and some againg, otherwise a fne and attractive cover
Lot no.716

Condition

6

Catalogue no.24x

Opening100 €
Sold for190 €

1875, 2 k. black and pale rose on horizontal laid paper, tied by Swedish cds. "GOTEBORG 6.8.1883" to folded wrapper from St. Petersburg to Landsrona, unusual combination, very fine

Lot no.717

Condition

6

Catalogue no.33

Opening100 €
Sold for150 €
1884, 7k. blue vertical strip of three tied by cds. of "MERV ZAKASPS" to cover to Finland with manuscript registration and Finnish arrival mark, cover some faults. Located in the Kara Kum desert, Merv was occupied and annexed to the Transcaspaian Oblast in 1884  
Lot no.718

Condition

6

Catalogue no.77B,72

Opening80 €
Sold forUnsold
1908, 1 rbl. imperforated and two singles 20k. tied by cds. "Petrograd 28 7 18" to cover to German-occupied Kiev (Skoropadsky administration), franked at the second Inland weight step (Postage 35 + 35; Registration 70 kop), Kiev receiver of 8 8 18. German-occupied Ukraine is a rare destination for Bolshevik mail at this period but was possible under the terms of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, some folds and spots, yet attractive  
Lot no.719
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Condition

2

Catalogue no.90 proof

Opening500 €
Sold for760 €
1913, Romanow Jubilee 20 k., 2 die proofs in unissued colours, one with complete design, one with frame only, both on chalky paper
Lot no.720

Condition

6

Catalogue no.108,79

Opening120 €
Sold for130 €
1922, Coat of arms 10k., revalued to 10r., and two 5r. tied by improvised violet seal to registered cover with improvised r-label from "Alexanderhilf", a small german colony in the Odessa guberniya, to Tübingen, some minor ageing, otherwise fine, a most intereting item. Ex Robert Taylor collection
Lot no.721

Condition

6

Catalogue no.179,173

Opening80 €
Sold for120 €
1922, 22500 rbl. horizontal pair with additional franking tied by cds. of "Stavropol 1 6 22" to post-revolutionary Money Transfer formular without Arms, used to send 500 pyb rom Stavropol to Verkhozim (cancel on reverse), the franking provided by stamps silently revalued from 50 000 to 5 rub  to make a 1% fee. Unusual item, filing faults  
Lot no.722

Condition

0

Catalogue no.385U

Opening120 €
Sold forUnsold
1994, Birthdays of Russian architects 150r. imperforated from upper sheet margin with large part of second stamp, mint never hinged, fine
Lot no.723

Condition

6

Catalogue no.U22B

Opening80 €
Sold forUnsold

Railway postmark: "RSHEW-OSTASCHK 22.8.1877", clear strike on postal stationery envelope 8 k. to Creuznach, Germany and forwarded to Rigi, Switzerland with handwritten tax "20", cover with long tear on reverse, otherwise fine

Lot no.724

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
Sold for400 €
RUSSO-TURKISH WAR: "SISTOIVSKAYA P.K. 1 / SVISHTOVSKA POSCHTENSKA KONT. 1 18 MAP 1878" superb strike in blue on folded lettersheet from Svishtov to Tirnovi, side flaps missing but with large part red wax seal on reverse, a fine and rare entire (Tchilinghirian 62) Provenance: Karajanov (Corinphila 2002)                       156th Corinphila (2008)
Lot no.725

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
Sold for400 €
RUSSO-TURKISH WAR: Russian Military Post Office, cover, with original content, from a russian field post office sent from a finnish officer fighting for the russian army to his wife in Finland, front with blue cds. of russian field post office, reverse with transit marks, a rare and attractive cover
Lot no.726

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening150 €
Sold forUnsold
Russo-Japanese War pre-printed formular card, sent free frank to the Maria Feodorovna charities in St Petersburg, with rare cancellation of the Harbin hospital quarter "KHARBIN GOSPIT. GORODOK. b 25 1 05", minor wrinkles
Lot no.727

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening180 €
Sold for180 €
Russia Civil War: 1919 (November) Registered commercial cover from KHARBIN 30 11 19 to New York with violet Japanese transits of CHANGCHUN and YOKOHAMA in violet and NEW YORK oval receiver tying the 3r 50 imperf and 50 kop perf unoverprinted adhesives., scarce
Lot no.729

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening1.000 €
Sold for900 €
SHIPMAIL ON THE CASPIAN SEE/RIVER VOLGA: "Служба Связи В-К.В.Ф л Почта-Астрахань 11 АВГ 1920" the very rare ornate cachet of the Communications Service of the Volga-Caspian Naval Flotilla / Pot Astrakhan on coat of arms 2-3k. singles and 10k. as strip of 5 on parcel card addressed to Saratov with receiver cancel,the revalued adhesives correctly pay the 55 rubel fee, some minor faults and some ageing. Ex Dr Raymond Casey with his album page notes.  
Lot no.730

Condition

0

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for90 €
"OBRASEZ" red overprint on fiscal stamp 3rbl. horizontal strip of 8 with sheet margin and gutter, mint never hinged, fine
Lot no.732

Condition

6

Catalogue no.P4

Opening500 €
Sold for400 €
1875, Coat of arms postal stationery card 4k. green with errounous inscription at bottom, used, some faults, scarce
Lot no.733

Condition

6

Catalogue no.1

Opening150 €
Sold for150 €
1922, 500r. on 70k. tied by cachet to reverse of registered cover from Moscow to Zürich, some minor wrinkles, etc., scarce
Lot no.734

Condition

6

Catalogue no.2

Opening150 €
Sold for150 €
1922, 500r. on 70k. tied by cachet to reverse of registered cover from Moscow to Riga, franked with 20 copies 100 000 rbl on 250 rbl., vertical fold, otherwise fine
Lot no.735

Condition

6

Catalogue no.1

Opening300 €
Sold forUnsold
SEMI-POSTAL STAMPS: 1922, Hunger aid in the southeast 2000r. red with additional franking on reverse of registered cover from "NOVOTCHERKASK 18 5 22" to Berlin Wilmersdorf, the charity stamp not tied as per regulations, the cover was sent two weeks after the official withdrawl of the issues, some faults, scarce
Lot no.736

Condition

6

Catalogue no.11

Opening150 €
Sold for240 €
1884/94, Wenden coat of arms 2k. tied by manuscript resp. cds. "WENDEN 12 XI" to russia postal stationery card 4k. addressed to Java, a very rare destination, fine
Lot no.737

Condition

1

Catalogue no.12b Kdr.

Opening1.000 €
Sold for1.000 €
1901, Ruin Wenden 2 k. perforated as horizontal tête-bêche, unused, very fine and rare
Lot no.738

Condition

2 4

Catalogue no.12aU

Opening1.200 €
Sold for960 €
1901, Ruin Wenden 2k. slate-green/brown, imperforated archival sheet, lower left sheet form with inverted center on field 16, without gum, rare, small creases and two small thin spots in margin, otherwise fine Provenance: "Die Sammlungen Harry von Hofmann" (359. Heinrich Köhler Auction)
Lot no.739

Condition

2 4

Catalogue no.12b

Opening500 €
Sold for500 €
1901, Ruin Wenden 2 k. slate green/red-brown, two monochrome proof sheets of the frame only, with 5 gutter pairs, perforated at bottom and three vertical rows, otherwise imperforated, horizontal fold through one row, otherwise a fine and spectacular multiple, signed Prof. Winterstein
Lot no.740

Condition

6

Catalogue no.12, Russ. 49

Opening120 €
Sold for260 €
1901, Wenden coat of arms 2 k. and Russia 1889 7 k. tied by cds. "WENDEN 24 VIII" to cover to Havanna, Cuba, a very unusual and rare destination, slightly tropical, otherwise fine  
Lot no.741

Condition

6

Catalogue no.1-2,4,6,9

Opening120 €
Sold for96 €
2k. as vertical pair and 3k. five singles with additional franking tied by cds. "SADWORBIE 26 8 19" to registered cover to Reval with arrival mark, 2k. one stamp corner fault, otherwise fine
Lot no.742

Condition

6

Catalogue no.3,4,7

Opening100 €
Sold for80 €
1919, 5k. as vertical strip of four with additional franking tied by bluish railway cancel to cover to Tallinn, fine
Lot no.743
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Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for80 €
CASH-MARKINGS: "ПОЧТОВЫЙ СБОРЬ УПЛОЧЕНЪ" black straight-line cancel with adjacent cds. "JELGAWA 8 11 19" on local cover, fine,
Lot no.744

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening100 €
Sold for80 €
CASH PAYMENTS: 1919,"Porto paye" handwritten with adjacent signature on cover from "JELGAWA 6 11 19" to Berlin and "Porto paye 70 cop." with signature on registered cover with adjacent cds. "JELGAWA -8 11 19" to Schwerin with arrival mark, rare, fine (H.v.H. BF2)
Lot no.745

Condition

5

Catalogue no.4A,5

Opening150 €
Sold for150 €
KOZMODEMYANSK: 1920,  3 on 3 k. perforated as horizontal pair and group of eight 10 on 10 k., tied by cds. to two fragments, scarce, one stamp minor imperfection, otherwise fine Provenance: both cut from larger fragments in the Lipschutz collection (Lots 2267 and 2268)  
Lot no.746

Condition

6

Catalogue no.Russ. 67

Opening500 €
Sold for650 €
Field Post Office No.75: Postal Money Order franked with Coat of arms vertical strip of four 5k. lilac brown, each with manuscript "5r" in red, paying total of 20r, tied by cds. "Polevaya Pochtowaya Kontora No.75", clear arrival pmks of "Kuloysko-Pokrovskoye Vologda" (5.5.), received and signed for (8.5) by the addressee, fine and rare card, ex-Faberge, certificate Mikulski (1998)  
Lot no.747

Condition

Catalogue no.1

Opening200 €
Sold for200 €
1865, Steamship 10 p. brown/blue, frehs color and well balanced margins, position 5, lightly cancelled, very fine, signed Mikulski and Pfenninger
Lot no.748

Condition

6

Catalogue no.4I

Opening1.000 €
Sold forUnsold
1866, 2 pia. blue/rose, two singles with mostly good margins, tied by undated retta with weak Constantinople cancel alongside to entire letter written in Greek from Constantinople to Taganrog, filing fold not affecting the stamps, a fine and rare cover Provenance: Dr Raymond Casey  (with his album page description)  
Lot no.749

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening150 €
Sold forUnsold
1851, entire letter in Italian from Constantinople to Odessa with disinfection holes and slits, fair strike in black of the double ring KONSTANTINOPOL cancel of the Russian Consular Post, very scarce, fine