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Stamp auction - 2 April 2019 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 2 April 2019. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 160 - Japan
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
1104
 M
 Used
1871-1985 M & U collection housed in four Japanese printed albums from earlies with some probable reprints, 1899 to 5y U, 1915 Coronation Set M, 1919 Peace set M, 1920 Census set M, 1920 Dedication of Meiji set M, 1928 Enthronement set M, several national park sets M, 1936 Inauguration set M, 1937 Aerodrome Fund set M, later mainly UM to 1980's. (100's) £200 to 250 £200.00
1105
Used (on letter or envelope)
1898 3s stationery card uprated with 1s Koban green (Yv.61) tied by Tokio/I.J.P.O d/stamp addressed to Germany with Hohenkam arrival, 1900 1½s stationery card uprated with ½r grey chrysanthemum & 2s rose Koban tied by vernacular d/stamp, routed via Yokohama addressed to Grimsby (nice mixed franking), 1914 envelope to France, franked 1s orange SG.157, 2s green SG.159, 3s carmine SG.160 & 4s scarlet SG.161 tied by Yokohama/Japan d/stamp in violet, routed via Siberia with Savoie arrival on reverse, a very attractive four colour franking. (3) £90 to 120 N/S
 
   
       
   
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