Lot 2388 oRussia, 1857, 10k brown & blue, ample to large margins, dotted cancel with numeral, light crease, Very Fine appearance. Michel No. 1.
Scott No. 1 $850.
Lot 2389Russia, 1899 St. Petersburg International Agricultural Exposition. Illustrated post card franked with 1889, 3k carmine tied by blue "XI" circular handstamp, Cyrillic "St. Petersburg, 7 May, 99" cds below, Very Fine.
Scott No. 48 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2390Russia, 1909, 2k green + 5k claret, pair. On Vladivostok Harbor real-photo post card to Nebraska, canceled by "20.9.18, Japan" cds's with straight line "Paquebot" handstamp below, violet censor handstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. 74+77 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2391Russia, 1920 Vladivostok, Siberia Y.M.C.A. Registered Cover. Addressed to New York City with "Vladivostok, Pervaja Recka, Siberie, Russie d'Asie" registry etiquette and matching Cyrillic cds, franked on reverse by 1917, 1r Arms, four singles (few defects) tied by matching cds's, Seattle transit and N.Y. receiving backstamps; cover file fold and light toning, Fine.
Scott No. 131 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2392Russia, 1914, 1k-10k War Charities complete. With additional 10k on oversized registered cover to Davos-Dorf, Switzerland, canceled by "Odessa, 27.4 15" cds's registry etiquette, opened and wax sealed at left, Very Fine.
Scott No. B5-B8 Estimate $100 - 150.
Lot 2393Russia, 1935, Chelyuakin Aerial Rescue complete, fresh well-centered set with excellent colors, Very Fine.
Scott No. C58-C67 $1,580.
Lot 2394Russia, 1935, 1r on 10k Moscow-San Francisco Flight, o.g., lightly hinged, fresh, very well-centered example, Very Fine.
Scott No. C68 $1,250.
Lot 2395Russia, 1939 Attempted Nonstop Flight - Moscow to World's Fair, New York. Registered picture postcard franked with 4-color franking tied by "Moscou, 28.4.39" cds's, airmail and registry etiquettes, with "Miscou Lighthouse, N.B., Ap 28, 39" cds, Very Fine, only 32 cards where carried on this trans-oceanic flight. AAMC No. 1320 $900.
Estimate $400 - 600.
The flight was from Moscow, Russia to Miscou Lighthouse, New Brunswick where Russain aviators Brig. Gen. V. Kokkinaki & Maj. Gen. M. Gordienko crashed after a successful flight across Europe and the Atlantic Ocean.
Lot 2396San Marino, 1935, 5c-1.75L Delfico issue complete, full o.g., fresh and Very Fine. Sassone No. 193-204 €500 ($690).
Scott No. 169-180 $262.
Lot 2397San Marino, 1961 Europa Souvenir Sheet. 5 pristine examples, o.g., never hinged, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott No. 490 $1,500.