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 #1613
LARGE LOTS AND COLLECTIONS RUSSIA - Covers and Postal History
1870-1920 collection of hundreds of covers, cards, postal stationery, picture postcards, etc., all neatly displayed on pages in five volumes, many interesting usages, censor makings, POW mail, destinations, Esperanto, plus more, fine-v.f.
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Lot #1614
LARGE LOTS AND COLLECTIONS RUSSIA - Covers and Postal History
1887-1927 correspondence, mostly incoming mail to England from the firm of "Munch and Weiss" in Tiflis and addressed to their correspondent Mr. Sidney Weiss in Tiflis (Georgia), 34 covers or cards, fine range of frankings and cancels, including a few used from Soviet Union, others to Yuzofka, another to Birmingham and one incoming from Norway. There are two large line-type registered envelopes with high value Imperial franking, sent from Yuzofka in 1918 to Birmingham, opened by censor, quality is mixed with considerable wear and tear, but remarkable group from Imperial and Soviet Georgia
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Unsold
Lot #1615
LARGE LOTS AND COLLECTIONS RUSSIA - Covers and Postal History
1915-19 World War I correspondence to the International Red Cross in Geneva, selection of 84 covers and cards, variety of frankings, many addressed to the Russian section / Prisoner of War or the Civilian section, sent from Moscow, Berezino, Petrograd, Orenburg, Rakov, Bucharest, Moscow, Warszawa, Tiflis, Kirsanov, Zhitomir, Koretz, Rostov-on-Don, Orenburg and others, also some insured mail, registered from London, incredible variety of censor markings (Russian, German, French), fascinating and historical group, mixed condition
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