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Lot #1193
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (5 Jan) picture postcard franked with Japanese 4s adhesive, sent from Nagasaki to USA, with small censor chop, written by a member of the Russian Railway Service Corps still on board-ship awaiting instructions "cannot learn much of the Russian situation", fine "forerunner" item
Envelope
$210.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1194
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (Oct) Japanese picture post card to Seattle, endorsed "soldier's mail", with "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai" departure pmk, sent from Siberia, with framed A.E.F.Siberia Censored cachet and signed by the censor, fine and scarce (The Shanghai Postal Agency datestamp was applied at Vladivostok as a temporary postmark until the definitive datestamp arrived on 18th October, 1918). Also included three picture postcards from the same correspondence, sent by the soldier from various stops on his way to Siberia
Envelope
$475.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1195
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (19 Nov) Young Men's Christian Association, Manchuria corner cachet cover with 3c franking, tied by U.S. Postal Agency Siberia pmk, sent to Fargo, N.D., with framed "A.E.F. Siberia Censored Lieut Lester Ade Base Censor" cachet, fine
Envelope
$350.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1196
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (Oct 14) "soldier's mail" cover with letter dated Oct 7, 1918 (YMCA stationery "this is a wonderful country and I was surprised to see how modern everything is. The money is a joke and if you change a U.S $20 into theirs you have to hire a hack to carry it around and varies in size from a Polish Wedding certificate to a postage stamp") to Chicago, clear "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai" departure pmk, sent from Siberia, with framed A.E.F.Siberia Censored cachet and signed by the censor, fine and scarce (The Shanghai Postal Agency datestamp was applied at Vladivostok as a temporary postmark until the definitive datestamp arrived on 18th October, 1918)
Envelope
$450.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1197
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (Oct 2) "soldier's mail" cover to Oakland, with "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai Oct.2 10:30am" departure pmk, sent from Siberia, with violet framed A.E.F.Siberia Censored cachet and signed by the censor, forwarded on arrival ih Oakland (Nov 4, 1918) to Sacramento, all markings on front, fine and last recorded date of the Shanghai Postal Agency datestamp with time of day applied in Siberia
Envelope
$650.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1198
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (8 Dec) "Soldier's Mail" endorsed YMCA card (Vladivostok), with U.S. Postal Agency Siberia departure pmk, sent to Ridgefield Park, N.J, boxed censor cachet (C-5), fine and rare usage of a YMCA view card, only 10 known
Envelope
$525.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1199
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (Oct 5) "soldier's mail" cover to Sacramento, with "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai" departure pmk, sent from Siberia, with violet framed A.E.F.Siberia Censored cachet and signed by the censor, fine
Envelope
$450.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1200
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 Official Return Envelope for Absent Voter, large envelope headed "Soldier's Ballot Voted By Mail", franked with pair of 2c and single 5c Perf. 11 issue, tied by U.S. Postal Agency Siberia Oct.21 1918 pmks, addressed to County Auditor, Vermilion, S.D., with boxed A.E.F. Censored handstamped, dated and signed by officer on 18th October, with Nov.26, 1918 (arrival?) datestamps, some obvious cover wear and tears at right, remarkable item of historical significance
Envelope
$1,400.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1201
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1918 (11 Sep) Navy Department Bureau of Construction and Repair Official Business corner cachet (partly obliterated) cover franked with 3c offset adhesive, sent from Washington, D.C. to Lieut. R.L. Baggs, American Expeditionary Forces Siberia c/o Intelligent Officer, Western Dept. San Francisco, fine and early inward usage
Envelope
$270.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1202
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (Jan-Feb) four covers, three from Capt. A.P. Goff, M.C., A.E.F Siberia Vladivostok, endorsed "Soldier's Mail", addressed to Mrs. Goff at Ft. McKinley, Philippines, each with framed A.E.F. Siberia Censored (C1) handstamps, self-censored by the sender, two without departure markings, all with transit and arrival cds on back, plus a cover from Mrs.Goff in the Philippines to Capt. A.P. Goff, MC at Vladivostok, franked with 2c and 4c adhesives, tied by Ft. McKinley cds, violet "Passed by Censor 1804" hs, minor flaws, fine and scarce correspondence from Capt. A.P. Goff, AEF Siberia to Mrs. Goff in the Philippines and back
Envelope
$900.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1203
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (6 June) Roessler cover franked with 3c Victory, tied by U.S. Postal Agency duplex, addressed to East Orange, N.J., with oval censor handstamp (C-10), v.f.
Envelope
$90.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1204
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (29 Nov) cover franked with 2x1c green, tied by "1" duplex "U.S. Postal Agency Siberia" and sent to New York, with framed Censor cachet (C-11), sent by a member of American R.R.S.C. (American Russian Railway Service Corps) which did not have free frank privileges
Envelope
$240.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1205
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (10 July) YMCA return address, cover franked with 2c rose, tied by U.S. Postal Agency duplex, addressed to Chicago, with oval censor handstamp (C-10) and arrival pmk on front
Envelope
$180.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1206
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (17 Mar) illustrated envelope "officer's mail" with perfectly struck U.S.Postal Agency Siberia departure, addressed to Sulphur springs, Texas, self censored with framed A.E.F.Siberia Censored handstamp, fine cover
Envelope
$160.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1207
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (4 June) The American Red Cross Commission to Siberia Camp Service corner cachet cover "Soldier's Mail" free frank to Denver, clear U.S. Postal Agency Siberia departure duplex, framed A.E.F. Siberia Censored cachet, closed cover tears, otherwise fine
Envelope
$500.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1208
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (14 Jan) "Soldier's Mail" free frank from Pvt. Roy Goalson, Q.M.Corps (Quartermaster) A.E.F. Siberia to his sister in Huntington Park, Calif., clear U.S. Postal Agency Siberia departure duplex, rare two-line "A.E.F. Siberia Censored" cachet (C-15), with four-page YMCA-XCML stationery letter describing his life in Siberia ("if you want to see Siberia, just read a book and say you made the trip"), fine
Envelope
$450.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1209
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (13 Aug) YMCA "With the Colors" corner card cachet cover endorsed "Soldier's Mail" free frank to Idaho, clear U.S. Postal Agency Siberia departure duplex, framed "A.E.F. Siberia Censored" cachet, minor filing fold, fine
Envelope
$150.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1210
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1919 (16 Dec) The American Red Cross Commission to Siberia Vladivostok (Type RC3) corner cachet cover (only a few recorded) from D.Winther to Lorenzo, Calif., franked with 2c carmine, tied by a clear U.S. Postal Agency Siberia departure cds, rare "A.E.F. Siberia Censored" (C-11) cachet, accompanied by "The American Red Cross" stationery letter ("We had our little revolution, Vladivostok is like San Francisco"), minor cover flaws, fine and rare
Envelope
$650.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1211
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1920 (Feb) three covers to Beverly, Mass., each with 2c franking, canceled U.S. Postal Agency Siberia, each with faint censor (C-11) handstamp, fine-v.f., late usage
Envelope
$290.00
Bidding Closed
Lot #1212
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
1920 (23 Jan) 2c stationery entire envelope with additional 4x2c carmine, paying 10c from Welsey, Iowa to Major Peterson at Bogotol, Siberia (Bogotol is a town in Krasnoyarsk Krai), further addressed "American E.F. Asia", returned to sender "No Record at HQ", some faults, rare destination
Envelope
$325.00
Bidding Closed

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