Lot 377China, 1915, Hall of Classics, First Peking printing, $5 black & scarlet, full o.g., fresh and F.-V.F.
Scott No. 238 $800.
Lot 378 ()China, 1942, Shensi & Kweichow "Domestic Postage Paid" overprint issues on Dr. Sun Yat-sen, 16¢ olive brown, without gum as issued, both bright and fresh, Very Fine, accompanied by corresponding surcharge issues (527n, 528o).
Scott No. 525n, 526o $525.
Lot 379 ()China, 1943, West Szechwan, Kweichow & Hunan surcharges on Dr. Sun Yat-sen, 50¢ on 16¢ olive brown, surcharges inverted, without gum as issued, fresh and F.-V.F., a complete set of surcharges.
Scott No. 527r, 528r, 530r $615.
Lot 380 ()China, 1943, Kiangsi surcharge on Martyr, Hong Kong printing, unwatermarked, 20¢ on 17¢ olive green & 20¢ on 21¢ sepia, vertically shifted & split surcharges, without gum as issued, both Very Fine and choice.
Scott No. 541e, 546e vars. Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 381 ()China, 1945, Kaifeng C. N. C. narrow type B surcharge on Martyr, $10 on 20¢ brown lake, bottom margin complete pane of 50 with imprint and plate number, without gum as issued, three stamps with surcharge varieties, position 17 with "Yuan" omitted, positions 6 & 16 with "Bi" for "Se", Very Fine. Chan No. 888, 888b-c $3,465.
Scott No. 622 var. Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 382 oChina, 1948, Gold Yuan, Shanghai Union Press surcharge on Dr. Sun Yat-sen, 10¢ on $20 pale rose red, light face free town cancel, bright color, slightly rounded corner at bottom right, still F.-V.F., a very scarce stamp in used condition.
Scott No. 836A $300.
Lot 383 oChina, 1949, Gold Yuan, Hankow surcharge on Revenue, $5,000,000 on $20 brown, town corner cancel, Very Fine, a scarce high value.
Scott No. 947 $750.
Lot 384China, Airmail, 1948, Dah Tung surcharge on Peking printing, $50,000 on $1 yellow green, block of 4, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine, a scarce multiple.
Scott No. C59 $700.
Lot 385 ()China, Express Letter, 1941 ($2) carmine & yellow, yellow printing on both sides, reverse with yellow printing strong and split, left margin single, without gum as issued, F.-V.F., a scarce variety. Chan No. E10a $500.
Scott No. E11 var. Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 386 ()China, Military Stamp, 1943, General Issue, 16¢ olive brown, perf 10½-11, without gum as issued, F.-V.F., a scarce perforation variety.
Scott No. M5a $300.