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Asian Stamps & Postal History


1912-1933 Commemorative and Junk Issues
 
 
 

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Lot 509 /() China, 1912 Commemorating the Revolution and the Republic 1c. to $5, both sets, very good to fine unused with part to much original gum (Revolution $1 and three others without gum), gum tones, the Revolution $5 has a small thin. Chan 184-207.
Estimate HK$ 6,000 - 8,000
  Realized HK$13,800
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Lot 510 China, 1912 Commemorating the Revolution 1c. to $5, unused, the lower values to 20c. have some tones or small faults, the 50c. to $5 are fine and fresh with much original gum. Chan 184-195.
Estimate HK$ 6,000 - 8,000
  Realized HK$8,625
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Lot 511 China, 1913 (30 Mar.) registered envelope to Kiel, Germany (13.4) bearing on reverse 1912 Commemorating the Revolution 3c. vertical pair with sheet margin at foot, and on front Commemorating the Republic 3c., 5c. and 10c., and C.I.P. 2c. green, cancelled by "Peking" bilingual segmented c.d.s. Chan 129, 186, 198, 199, 201.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,500
  Realized HK$4,025
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Lot 512 China, 1913 (Aug.) envelope (opened out for display) to Tsingtao and returned from Laoshan bearing 1912 Commemorating the Republic 5c. mauve vertical pair, cancelled by "Tsimo" bilingual segmented c.d.s., showing on reverse "Kiaochow" bilingual c.d.s. (12.8), "Mecklenburghaus/Kiautschou" c.d.s. (13.8) and "Tsingtau/Kiautschou" receiver (12.8) and despatch (14.8) c.d.s. Chan 199.
Estimate HK$ 1,200 - 1,500
  Realized HK$1,495
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Lot 513 China, 1913 London printing ½c. to $10, fine to very fine and fresh unused with much original gum. Chan 208-226.
Estimate HK$ 12,000 - 15,000


Provenance: M.D. Chow, Sotheby's (Hong Kong), 29.4.1996, lot 450.
  Realized HK$18,400
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Lot 514 China, 1913 London printing ½c. to $10, fine appearance unused with traces ($10) to much original gum, varying degrees of gum disturbance mostly affecting hinged areas, the 20c. is thin and the $5 has a short perf. at top. Chan 208-226.
Estimate HK$ 7,000 - 9,000
  Realized HK$16,100
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Lot 515 o China, 1913 London printing 1c. yellow-orange, cancelled by "Wuchowfu" Hung Hsien Yuan Nian 3rd month, 11th day bilingual c.d.s., fine. Experts and Consultants certificate (2014). Chan 209.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000
  Realized HK$1,840
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Lot 516 China, 1913 London printing 2c. yellow-green horizontal pair on piece, cancelled by practically complete strike of "Hosien" Hung Hsien Yuan Nian 2nd month, 17th day c.d.s., fine to very fine strike. Experts and Consultants certificate (2014). Chan 210.
Estimate HK$ 2,000 - 2,500
  Realized HK$3,220
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Lot 517 China, 1913 London printing $10 black and yellow-green, centred just to lower right, fine and fresh unused with much original gum, hinge remainders. R.P.S certificate (1957). Chan 226.
Estimate HK$ 6,000 - 8,000
  Realized HK$6,900
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Lot 518 China, 1914-19 First Peking printing ½c. to $10, the 16c. is the London printing, fine appearance unused with part to much original gum, some black adherences on reverse and gum tones, the $10 is fresh with part to large part original gum but has a thin. Chan 219, 227-239, 241-247.
Estimate HK$ 5,000 - 6,000
  Realized HK$6,900
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Lot 519 China, 1914-19 First Peking printing ½c. to $10, fine appearance unused with large part to much original gum, some glazing on gum, not so pronounced on the $5 and $10. Chan 244-247.
Estimate HK$ 5,000 - 6,000
  Realized HK$6,325
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Lot 520 () China, 1914-19 Junk First Peking Printing $2 black and blue, variety centre inverted, fresh colour, well centred with centre line at top, fine appearance unused, a few small central rust spots, one perf. added at lower left and the stamp pressed, nevertheless a highly collectible example of this rare and sought after variety. Chan 245a.
Estimate HK$ 250,000 - 300,000
  Realized HK$437,000
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Lot 522 S China, 1914-19 First Peking printing $20 black and yellow, overprinted "Specimen", excellent colour, well centred for this, fine unused without gum, glaze mark where hinge originally was. Chan 248.
Estimate HK$ 7,000 - 9,000
  Realized HK$8,050
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Lot 523 China, 1914-19 First Peking printing $20 black and yellow, deep bright colour, well centred, fine to very fine and fresh unmounted mint. Chan 248.
Estimate HK$ 30,000 - 40,000
  Realized HK$34,500
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Lot 524 /() China, 1923-33 Second Peking printing ½c. to $20, fine appearance unused, mostly with original gum, a few values to 50c. have thins, the $5 without gum, the other four dollar values have varying degrees of glazing from the protective mounts. Chan 249-272.
Estimate HK$ 3,000 - 4,000
  Realized HK$4,600
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Lot 525 / China, 1923-33 Second Peking printing ½c. to $20, with additional values (18) to 50c., fine appearance mostly with part to much original gum, the $10 has traces of gum only and tones, and the $20 is unmounted mint but has light uniform toning, a few other lesser values have small faults. Chan 249-272.
Estimate HK$ 4,000 - 5,000
  Unsold
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Lot 526 () 1922 surcharge in red 2c. on 3c. blue-green Dr. Sun Yat-sen Second Peking printing, block of fifty (10 x 5) from the lower right corner of the sheet with selvedge on two sides showing "Chinese Bureau of Engraving and Printing" imprint, plate number "37", corresponding number "8" for surcharge in red, and sheet requisition numbers, top left stamp has pulled perf. at left, nevertheless fine unused and adhering to backing paper. Chan 280.
Estimate HK$ 1,500 - 2,000
  Unsold
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Lot 527 China, 1929(c.) Presentation book prepared for the U.P.U. Congress in Stockholm containing fourteen pages with various issues including 1923 Second Peking printing ½c. to $20, Sinkiang 1924 ½c. to $20, Yunnan 1926 ½c. to $5 and Ki-Hei 1927 ½c. to $5, all affixed to special pages (14), mainly fine.
Estimate HK$ 12,000 - 15,000
  Realized HK$14,950
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