U.S. and Worldwide Stamps; South America; Russia
January 13-14, 2010

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Lot #880
POLAND Polish Offices in Turkish Empire
1919 3f-5M unoverprinted Polish adhesives, 11 different blocks of four, each cancelled "Poczta Polska Konstantynopol", also 1921 1m and 6m canc. on piece by 19.IV.1921 Poczta Polska Konstantynopol cds, fine-v.f., signed Mikulski. This is the only known "set" of blocks of four of unoverprinted Polish stamps used in Levant, ex-Mikulski collection
Box
Price Realized
$4,500.00

Lot #881
POLAND Polish Offices in Turkish Empire
1919 3pf-5M overprinted "Levant", cplt set in horizontal pairs, cancelled to order "Poczta Polska Konstantynopol", some light toning as always, fine-v.f.,
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Catalog #2K1-12
Catalog Value $2,400
Price Realized
$1,400.00

Lot #882
POLAND Polish Offices in Turkish Empire
1919 unaddressed cover with the complete set canc. "Poczta Polska Konstantynopol 4.XI.1919", additional consular handstamp on reverse (Polish Eagle framed by the hs), cover with a filing fold, stamps v.f., signed Mikulski, Mi.
Envelope
Catalog #2K1-12
Catalog Value €1,800
Price Realized
$1,000.00

Lot #883
POLAND Polish Offices in Turkish Empire
1920 (18.5) registered cover franked with 1.50m and 2.50m (reprints), tied by Poczta Polska Konstantynopol cds and addressed to Krakow, with official hs and arrival pmks (5.6), filing folds, otherwise fine and very rare item. Reprints were never sold in Constantinople, which means that the sender brought them from Poland and used them on mail from Turkey to Krakow
Envelope
Price Realized
$2,300.00

Lot #884
POLAND Polish Offices in Turkish Empire
1920 15f unaddressed stationery card, additionally franked with handstamped "P.P.C." 5f, 10f, 15f, 20f and 25f, all tied 6.X.1920 Poczta Polska Konstantynopol pmks, v.f.
Envelope
Price Realized
$700.00

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