Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World
November 15-16, 2022

Welcome to our November 15-16, 2022 Sale of Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World, which will take place at our Teaneck, N.J. Galleries and over the internet via CherrystoneLIVE. This 1,450 lot sale begins with a session of United States and Possessions, with 19th & 20th Century single rarities, graded items, Plate Blocks, a solid group of Proofs and Essays, modern errors (including some offered at auction for the first time), and better back of the book items. In the Worldwide section we are pleased to offer a solid collection of postal history of Allied Intervention in Russia. Foreign countries include Austria, China, Egypt, France and Colonies, Germany Area including better items from the Eric Neishloss collection. Great Britain and British Commonwealth feature high values from various areas, including BNA, British Africa with selections from the Brian Karenza Collection, and specialized stamps and postal history of Kuwait, with many rarities. There are rarities from Italian States, with unused and used Sardina. The auction concludes with over two hundred Large Lots and Collections, ranging from single country albums, specialized collections from the Cole Estate, multi-carton worldwide groups and large cover lots offered intact.

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Lot #1219
RUSSIA Russo-Japanese War
1904 (29 Dec) registered cover sent by Major General Pavel Andreyevich Shupinsky from Posyet to St. Petersburg, franked on back with 4x1k and 5x2k neatly arranged and tied by departure pmks, with handstamps reading, "From the active Manchurian army, from the Commander of the 2nd brigade of the 2nd East-Siberian rifle division, Posyet Detachment". The 2nd East-Siberian rifle division was responsible for the defense of the South-Ussuri region during the Russo-Japanese War. The Posyet detachment, which was part of this division, consisted of the 7th East-Siberian rifle regiment and support units
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