Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World including the Fred Blau Collection
March 3-4, 2020

We are pleased to announce our March 3-4, 2020 Auction, featuring the Fred Blau collection of Palestine Aerophilately and Military Mail, followed by United States and Possessions, with Dr.Ernesto Arosemena's Canal Zone, continuing with selections from Asia, Western European countries, South and Central America, Middle East, as well as extensive Great Britain and British Commonwealth, Poland with an exceptional collection of World War II Occupation proofs & essays, Russia, Vatican City, etc., and ending as usual with Large Lots and Collections. This is a live public auction taking place in our NYC Galleries as well as on CherrystoneLIVE.

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Lot #1397
Armenia
1851 printed 4-page folio in Cyrillic and German, headed "by order of Nikolai Pavlovich, sovereign of all Russia", bearing Imperial Arms and signed by the Military Governor of Erevan and entitling the holder to the right of passage in the territory, fine and decorative document, used during the Russian military campaign in the Caucuses
Price Realized
$2,400.00

Lot #1398
Armenia
1920 balance of a specialized collection in stock book, hundreds of used and unused, multiples of different types of the overprints and surcharges, inevitable errors with inverted, double, tete-beche, overprints on Romanov stamps (including 5r), on Postal Savings stamps, Semi-Postal issues, unlisted and reference items, many with Stefan Berger certificates, others signed Romeko, Mikulski, Dr.P.Jemchouhin, Serebrakian, Lissiuk, also a couple of items from Georgia, including Tiflis roulette and Batum Negative Seal cancel, mostly fine-v.f. An important group of these rare and controversial stamps, high catalogue value
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Price Realized
$2,400.00

Lot #1399
Armenia
1922 Pictorials, group of 11 different imperforate essays in various colors, v.f.
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Unsold

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