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Lots 465 - 472,
Catalogue of Stamp Auction #82, June 21, 2019. Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
465  1-7
1920, Coat of Arms, 5p-10m, complete set of seven, full OG, LH (both 5m and 10m are VLH), F/VF, C.v. $415, both high values with expert's signatures
466 **   610-16, a, imp
1961, First American Astronaut Alan B. Shepard, 10c-50g, perforated and imperforated sets of seven and perforated and imperforated souvenir sheets, full OG, NH, VF, C.v. $319.50
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Postal History Group with "Groszy" overprints

1950-51, 21 covers one postcard and one large piece, representing various handstamped overprints in black, violet or red, including Warsaw (5), Krakow (3), Bialaszewo, Bydgoszcz, Czudec (2 and piece), Krasnik Lubelski, Kruszewo, Leszno (2), Radomysl, Rajgrod (2), Trzebiatow, Wisniovo Elskie and etc., some conveyance flaws possible, collectible quality unit, F/VF
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468    5, 7

Russian stamps used in the Kingdom of Poland

1864-68, five 1k black and yellow, one 5k black and lilac, all with perforation 12 1/2, used on cover from Kolo to Warsaw, tied by "223" inside concentric circles cancel, 10/8 Kolo marking is alongside, Warsaw red "11/8" ds on reverse, minor soiling, still F/VF and very rare, ex-Eichenthal, Liphschutz
469    15
1866, 10k brown and blue, perforation 14 1/2x15, printed on paper without watermark, tied by "241" inside concentric circles on entire letter from Wloclawek to Bartenstein (then East Prussia, now - Bartoszyce, Poland), red Wloclawek date stamp is alongside, postmarked on arrival, F/VF
470    20d, 22a, 24
1870, three stamps printed on horizontally laid paper, including 3k with "V" error of background and 5k in black and gray blue, used on entire letter from Warsaw to Paris, tied by "1" inside four-octagon cancellation, postmarked on arrival, usual folds, mostly VF
471    19, 20, 23
1871, 1k, 3k and 10k, printed on horizontally laid paper, used on entire letter from Warsaw to Berlin, tied by "DW" (Dworzec Warsaw) inside concentric circles, arrival marking, wax seal, mostly VF
472    19, 20c, 23a
1871, 1k, 3k and 10k, first one printed on horizontally laid paper, while two others - on vertically laid paper, used on entire letter from Warsaw to Vienna, tied by Russian postal marking, arrival ds is on reverse, mostly VF