Deborah Friedman Collection of Colombian Airmail; U.S. & Worldwide Stamps
November 7, 2007 and November 13-15, 2007

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Lot #2359
JAPAN
1889 Russian 7k postal stationery entire envelope, sent from Vladivostok, via Nagasaki, where Japanese 1878 4sen green was added to pay for further transmission to the Imperial Russian Mission in Seoul, Korea, receiving on arrival the Japanese style datestamp of Seoul 22.11.1889, wax seal removed from back, fine and rare combination cover, with Holcombe cert., ex-Liphschutz collection
Envelope
Price Realized
$1,400.00

Lot #2360
JAPAN
1895 cover to USA franked with 5sen ultramarine, tied by "Hakodate Japan 25 March, 95" cds, various transit and arrival pmks, backflap missing, otherwise v.f.
Envelope
Price Realized
$450.00

Lot #2361
JAPAN
1898 Russian 4k postal stationery card sent from Vladivostok, via Nagasaki, where it was cancelled 28 Sept. 1898, with boxed "Paquebot" struck in Gensan, Korea, also forwarded by a French steamer "Ligne N. Paquebot Fr." to Kiel, Germany, where it arrived on 8th November, v.f. and rare combination (two different ship cancellations), with Holcombe cert., ex-Liphschutz collection
Envelope
Price Realized
$1,400.00

Lot #2362
JAPAN
1916 Ceremonial Cap, 10y ultramarine and dark blue, h.r., v.f.
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Catalog #154
Catalog Value $ 625
Price Realized
$525.00

Lot #2363
JAPAN
1955 Philatelic Week, 200 copies, n.h., fine-v.f. (Sakura C252)
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Catalog #616
Catalog Value 560,000
Price Realized
$900.00

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