James R. Simon Collection
June 12, 2019

The James R. Simon collection is comprised of over 600 volumes, well researched by a historian and student of philately of very diverse areas, starting with Afghanistan and Albania, continuing with extensive Austro-Hungarian Empire, impressive Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro and Yugoslavia, as well as Croatia, Fiume and Trieste. There are specialized collections of Honduras, Liberia, Poland, Russia and Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia and many others. Most of the collections are offered intact and include United States & Possessions, Independent Asia, Benelux and British Commonwealth, Canada, Croatia, Cuba, Germany, Greece, Italy and Italian Colonies, as well as South and Central America, Japan, Korea, Portugal and Colonies, Turkey, Uruguay and many others. Many of the collections are highly specialized and viewing is recommended, either in person (by appointment prior to the sale) or here on our website, where additional scans are added continuously.

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Lot #4313
LARGE LOTS AND COLLECTIONS UKRAINE
1918-23 large collection on 180+ Elbe pages in three oversized albums, with extensive Trident Overprints, all locations and handstamps, values 1k-10r perf. and imperf., also Shahiv and Vienna Issue; Western Ukraine; Third Stanislaviv Issue, many multiples including sheetlets of 25 and 100, some covers and many rare, well researched items, clearly identified, with many hundreds of used and unused divided by area, including local tridents from Homel, Chernihiv, Klintsi, Novonielitsa (including 2k and 3k on registered cover from Homel), Zhitomir, all varieties of Kiev I,II and III, perf. and imperf. values to 10r, Ministerial overprints on Romanov issue, Odessa, Ekaterinoslav, Kharkov and Kherson, various types, as well as Podolia and Poltava. There is also a section of Western Ukraine, as well as Ukraine National Issues, Polish Eagle surcharges, Vienna Issues (with selection of sheets, printed on maps, on both sides, etc.), 1920 Courier Field Post Issue (duplicated selection of 45 unused, many signed Fischer, Vienna, including Scott M1-15 unused), errors and varieties, occasional reference items, many stamps are signed by the appropriate experts, with many scarce and elusive items. A fine and advanced collection of Ukraine
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Price Realized
$5,250.00

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