371st Auction

24-28 September 2019 in Wiesbaden

Lot no.399

Condition

0 4

Catalogue no.235II

Opening250 €
Sold forUnsold
1923, October Revolution Worker 20k. imperforated block of four with annulling perforations, mint never hinged, fine
Lot no.400

Condition

0

Catalogue no.331U

Opening250 €
Sold forUnsold
1927,  October Revolution Worker and Sailor 8k., imperforated pair with annulling perforations, mint never hinged, very fine
Lot no.401

Condition

0 4

Catalogue no.1315BII

Opening150 €
Sold for190 €
1949, Lenin mausoleum 1 r. imperforated, block of 4 from the souvenir sheet, unmounted mint (Mi. 720,-)
Lot no.402

Condition

8

Catalogue no.Bl. 33

Opening150 €
Sold for120 €
1964, Tokyo Olympics souvenir sheet 1r. tied by red cds. "MOSCOW 31 7 64" to unaddressed official First Day Cover, fine
Lot no.403

Condition

0

Catalogue no.5862F

Opening750 €
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1988, Support for the Soviet Cultural Fund 15k. with missing inscription and value, mint never hinged, scarce variety with only one sheet of 25 printed, fine, certificate Liapine (2017)
Lot no.404

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening1.500 €
Sold forUnsold
1927 SOLOVKI. A group of 7 used picture postcards and 3 unuse ones, all produced by ISLON in the Solovki Prison Camp which Alexander Solzhenitsyn called "the mother of the Gulag". The used cards with long messages have cancels of KEM and MURMANSK-LENINGRAD. This is believed to be the only significant holding of Solovki prisoner mail outside Russian archives and is accompanied by a copy of A.Gullotta, "Intellectual Life and Literature at Solovki 1923-1930"
Lot no.405

Condition

6

Catalogue no.10

Opening100 €
Sold for100 €
1925, Philatelic Exchange Charity stamp 25k. on 7k. tied by framed 6-line cachet to reverse of registered cover from Moscow, with full contents in french, to Paris with arrival mark, fine
Lot no.406

Condition

6

Catalogue no.21

Opening100 €
Sold for100 €
1932, Philatelic Exchange Chain breaker 15k. on 70k. tied by 8-line cachet to reverse of cover from Moscow, with full contents in french, to Mexiko with arrival markins, a late date for private philatelic correspondence, fine
Lot no.407

Condition

6

Catalogue no.P1a,3a

Opening100 €
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1924, 1k. resp. 5k. on 35k. blue, two singles tied by cds. "MOSCOW 24 8 24" to reverse of small cover from Ekaterinburg gub., postage due cancel on front, correctly charged 6k. for mail to an approved publication, a fine and attractive cover ex Robert Taylor with his notes
Lot no.408

Condition

6

Catalogue no.P6

Opening120 €
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1924, 12k. on 70k. tied by cds. "MOSCOW 29 4 24" to reverse of unfranked cover from Krasnoyarsk, postage due cachet on front, some folds, but attractive and scarce ex Robert Taylor with his notes
Lot no.409

Condition

6

Catalogue no.P12IAx, 16IIY

Opening120 €
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1925, Numerals 2k. lithographed and 10k. typhographed tied with cds. "YAROSLAVL 13 1 26" to reverse of overweight ordinary letter from Danilov, 2k. faults, otherwise fine, scarce item ex Robert Taylor with his detailed notes
Lot no.410

Condition

6

Catalogue no.P13IIx

Opening100 €
Sold for160 €
1925, Numerals5k. strip of three tied by cyrillic cds. "SARATOV 12 12 25" to reverse of ordinary letter from Moscow, underfrakned and charged upon arrival, fine, ex Robert Taylor with his detailed notes