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Lot #1264
RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway
1903 (7 Oct) picture postcard ("Greetings from Port Arthur"), written at Mukden and sent to Liverpool, with 1k and 3k franking, canceled by Pochtowyj Wagon No.266 (Chinese Eastern Railway Line 266) cds, fine card, ex-Robbins (Tchilingirian Type 1B)
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$90.00

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Lot #1265
RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway
1903-04 two picture postcards to Russia, each with Pochtowyj Wagon No.266 (Chinese Eastern Railway Line 266) cds, minor card flaws, otherwise fine (Tchilingirian Types 1C,1E)
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$140.00

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Lot #1266
RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway
1905 (15 Jan) unfranked military card to Pskov, with Pochtowyj Wagon No.265 (Chinese Eastern Railway Line 265) cds, Pskow arrival (5.2.05) and Red Cross military cachet at upper right
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$90.00

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Lot #1267
RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway
1915 (2 May) registered cover (slightly reduced at right) to Zemtchino, franked on back with 2x10k dark blue, tied by two perfect strikes of CHALANGTUNG 2.5.15 Station of the Chinese Eastern Railroad cancels, with arrival pmk alongside, also a complete (torn) Registry label "No.494 Chalangtun Station Chinese Eastern Railroad" (abbreviated), additional departure postmark, some cover toning and minor flaws, still an exceptional and rare usage from this small outpost
$2,300.00

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Lot #1268
RUSSIA Chinese Eastern Railway
1921 (July) two registered covers to USA, each franked with Far Eastern Republic Vladivostok Arms adhesives 2k, 4k (2) and 5k (2), paying 20 gold kop (the correct registered foreign letter rate in the Provisional Government of the Priamur), tied by "St. Sedanka Ussur. Otd. K.V.Zh.D." (Sedanka Station, along the Ussuri part of the Chinese Eastern Railway), one with the Registry label, with Seattle Aug.10 arrival pmks, usual cover wear, fine and rare usage from Ussuriysk Siberian Railroad station which was a division of Chinese Eastern Railway, main line of which was the short cut from Chita across Manchuria to Vladivostok (most known mail from Far Eastern Republic came from Vladivostok or Nikolsk-Ussuriysk)
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$900.00

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