Sale 1246 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Sale Date — Wednesday-Thursday, 1-2 December, 2021

Leave Absentee BidsLIVE INTERNET BIDDING
*A buyer’s premium of 18% of the winning bid will be added as part of the total purchase price on all lots in this sale. Buyers are responsible for applicable sales tax, customs duty and any other prescribed charges. By placing a bid you agree to the terms and conditions of sale.

Category — China thru Japanese Occupation

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
3405
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3405, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1897, -1/2c-$5.00 Imperial Post (86-97; Chan 92-103). $5.00 in the Deep Green shade, original gum, h.r., a few shortish perfs typical of this issue, Fine, Scott $5,534.00

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3405, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 1,500-2,000
Future Sale
3406
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3406, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1897, 50c Black Green Imperial Chinese Post, Error of Color (94a; Chan 100a). Mint N.H., block of four with interpanneau gutter at right, with deep color in the unmistakable Black Green shade

VERY FINE. A HANDSOME AND VERY RARE MINT NEVER-HINGED BLOCK OF FOUR OF THE 1897 50-CENTS BLACK GREEN.

Dr. Ma believes this is a color error using ink that was intended for the 10c value. According to M.D. Chow, there were only three sheets (240 stamps) of the Black Green stamp sold. Just a handful of blocks exist today.

Scott value of $7,000.00 is simply as four hinged singles.

Bid on this lot

E. 3,000-4,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3407
c
Sale 1246, Lot 3407, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1898 Registered Cover to Kiauchau. 1c and 2c (single and strip of three) Waterlow (No. 99, 100) tied by Peking Dec. 16, 1898 large-dollar chops on cover sent to the Kaiserliche III Seebataillon (German Marines) at Tsingtau, German Kiauchau, "R" registration handstamp, large-dollar transit backstamps of Chefoo (Dec. 19) and Shanghai (Dec. 22), two strikes of German "Tsintau China" arrival backstamp (Dec. 28), vertical filed fold through the "R" handstamp and some insignificant edge wear

FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE EARLY EXAMPLE OF INBOUND MAIL TO GERMANY'S KIAUCHAU LEASEHOLD DURING THIS FORERUNNER PERIOD. VERY LIKELY A UNIQUE ROUTING.

The routing of this cover is quite remarkable. Although Peking and Tsingtau are only 400 miles apart, this cover traveled 1,200 miles, but in only 12 days. It went from Peking through the Chinese transit system to Shanghai. From there it was carried to Tsingtau on the German-owned Jebsen Shipping Line's little known postal service that ran between Shanghai, Tsingtau, and Tientsin (see Friedemann, p. 5). This unusual route was due to the fact that Germany's Tsingtau post office was supposed to handle only foreign mail mainly to and from Germany, with no "postal" stops along the way. So despite the fact the Chefoo and Tsingtau are only 150 miles apart, there was no Chinese post mail service between the two.

The 9c franking includes 2c ordinary postage, plus 5c registration fee. The additional 2c may have been for a double-weight charge, but more likely a discreet form of charge for Jebsen's service from Shanghai to TTsingtau, which had been established in early 1898. The German marines arrived on Tsingtau on January 26, 1898 and on March 6, and the Kiauchau Leasehold Treaty was established on March 6. There was no postal arrangement between the Chinese postal service and German Kiauchau until the summer of 1899.

Any inward mail, especially registered, to Germany's Kiauchau Leasehold during this period is very rare, and this cover - from Peking via Chefoo to Shanghai, then privately carried to Tsingtau - is probably unique.

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3407, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 4,000-5,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3408
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3408, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1898-1923, Dollar Values (108, 158, 159, 268; Chan 114, 164, 165, 271). No. 159 with original gum and minor h.r., other three with disturbed or tropicalized original gum, strong colors, $1.00 with a few faintly toned perf tips at top, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott $2,050.00

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3409
S
Sale 1246, Lot 3409, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1898, $1.00-$5.00 Chinese Imperial Post, "Specimen" Overprint (120S-122S; Chan 113S-115S). Disturbed original gum, bright color, Fine-Very Fine

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3410
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3410, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1900-06, $5.00 Deep Green & Salmon, Unwatermarked (122; Chan 128). Original gum, lightly hinged, fresh colors, Fine, Scott $875.00

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3411
c
Sale 1246, Lot 3411, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1911 Registered Cover from Kweisui Province to Kalgan. Franked on reverse with pair of 4c Red Waterlow (126) tied by Kweiwating postmark (Intercalary month, Day 12) on cover to Kalgan, boxed registration handstamp on front, Tatungfu transit backstamp (Day 16), Very Fine

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3412
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3412, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, -1/2c-$5.00 Statistical Department Overprints (146-160; Chan 152-166). Original gum except 50c no gum, low values lightly hinged, high values with h.r., bright colors, 2c with small thin, $1.00 with short perfs at top, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott $1,828.00

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3413
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3413, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, $5.00 Statistical Department (160; Chan 166). Original gum, lightly hinged, fresh and Very Fine, Scott $825.00

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3414
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3414, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, 1c-$5.00 Sun Yat-sen (178-189; Chan 184-195). Original gum, lightly hinged, exceptionally fresh throughout, Very Fine, a select quality set, Scott $1,984.00

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3415
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3415, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, 1c-$5.00 Yuan Shih-kai (190-201; Chan 196-207). Original gum, most (including the $5.00) lightly hinged, a few low values with h.r., strong colors, Very Fine set, Scott $1,183.00

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3416
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3416, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, 1c-$5.00 Yuan Shih-kai (190-201; Chan 196-207). Original gum, lightly hinged or with h.r., fresh colors, a few with trivial faint toned spots on gum, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott $1,183.00

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3417
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3417, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1913, -1/2c-$10.00 Hall of Classics, London Printing (202-220; Chan 206-226). Original gum, h.r.'s causing gum disturbance on some values, attractive colors, a few low values with small faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott $4,283.00

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3418
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3418, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1913, $10.00 Yellow Green & Black, London Printing (220; Chan 226). Original gum, h.r., well-centered with wide margins, bright color, a Very Fine example of this key high value, Scott $2,350.00

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3419
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3419, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1913, $10.00 Yellow Green & Black, London Printing (220; Chan 226). Original gum, lightly hinged, well-centered, strong colors, Very Fine, Scott $2,350.00

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3420
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3420, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1915-19, -1/2c-$20.00, First Peking Printing (221-242; Chan 227-248). Tropicalized original gum, attractive colors

FINE-VERY FINE SET OF THE 1915-1919 FIRST PEKING PRINTING.

Scott $9,145.00

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3420, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 2,000-3,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3421
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3421, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1923, -1/2c-$20.00 Second Peking Printing (248-258, 260-269, 275-324; Chan 249/272). Complete less the 13c value, but includes both colors of the 4c and 6c, original gum, h.r. or disturbed gum, 6c brown with toned spots on gum, 50c with light crease, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott $2,216.00

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3422
nh
Sale 1246, Lot 3422, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1923, $20.00 Plum & Blue, Second Peking Printing (269; Chan 272). Mint N.H., vibrant colors, Fine, Scott as hinged $1,200.00

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3423
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3423, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1923, $20.00 Plum & Blue, Second Peking Printing (269; Chan 272). Original gum, faint trace of hinging, well-centered, Very Fine, Scott $1,200.00

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3424
c
Sale 1246, Lot 3424, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1935, 1c on 2c Junk (330). Vertical pair tied by Nanking Boy Scout Jamboree commemorative circular datestamps of Oct. 10, 1936 on local cover, Nanking postmark alongside and backstamped, multicolored Scouting label affixed at left, Very Fine, an excellent piece of postal history for the Boy Scout topical collector

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3425
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3425, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1940, 4c on 5c Green (440; Chan 480). Mint N.H. block of fifty, comprising the lower half of the sheet, with selvage at bottom and left, with "BYDAH" instead of "BY DAH" imprint, also printer's code 417, in addition there is the Double Tso error (No. 440r; Chan 480a) in position 28, Very Fine, while the "BYDAH" imprint variety is known on the unsurcharged stamp (and listed in the CSS catalogue as No. 468c), it is almost never found on the 4c Surcharge stamp, this may be one of only two known in a large multiple

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3426
bl
Sale 1246, Lot 3426, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1943, $1.00 Rose Red, Central Trust Printing, Perf 13 x 13-1/2 (499 var; Chan 555 var.). Block of four with Chikhom Mar. 23, 1944 circular datestamp, originally part of a franking on a registered airmail cover sent from Kwangtung Province to Ventura, California, well-centered, Very Fine, an important recent discovery of a previously unknown perforation variety - previously the Perf 13-1/2 variety was found only on the 50c value (Chan 558), a 1943 50c on 16c Perf 13 block of four (Scott No. 530) included for comparison

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3427
ogbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3427, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1943, $5.00 Lilac Gray Sun Yat-sen, Imperforate Horizontally (517 var; Chan 620j). Top right corner block of eight with accounting number, imperforate horizontally between stamps on in top margin, without gum as issued, faint natural paper wrinkle, Very Fine, one of the rarest part-perf varieties of the wartime period, only ten vertical strips believed produced, and this may be the only surviving block, certainly unique with the accounting number, Chan (2010) $1,800.00 as two strips of four

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3428
og
CHINA, 1943 50c on 16c Provincial Surcharges (527-530; Chan 628/641). Collection of 34 different stamps, all carefully examined and correctly identified, includes the key Anhwei "bars" and Chekiang "Arabic Numerals" (Scott Nos. 528b, 530g), seven Perf. 10-1/2-11 varieties, and the rare General Post Office Perf 12, a perf variety found only with this surcharge but unlisted in Chan and not known on the unsurcharged 16c stamp, without gum as issued, Fine-Very Fine

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3429
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3429, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1943, 50c on 16c, Hunan Surcharge, Perf 11 x 13 (530c var; Chan 647f var). Horizontal pair, without gum as issued, Very Fine, this compound perf variety is not listed in any catalogue, though it is found on other surcharged stamps, desirable in a pair where the contrast in perforations sizes is so evident

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3430
ogbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3430, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1943, 50c on 16c East Szechwan Surcharge, Perf 11 x 13 (530f var; Chan 643c). Block of four, without gum as issued, fresh, Very Fine, while the Perf 11 x 13 is found on six of the 50c on 16c Surcharges, the East Szechwan's iis rare, Chan is the only catalogue that lists it, they assign all compound perfs under one number (643c) and give them a generic price of $350.00 each ($1,400.00 for the block)

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3431
 
Sale 1246, Lot 3431, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1946, $70.00 Rose Violet, Pin Perf (573 var; Chan 804a). Light face-free cancel, fresh and Fine, a scarce variety (noted as "Perf 16" in Chan) that is only priced (at $900.00) unused

Bid on this lot

E. 200-300
Future Sale
Back to Top
3432
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3432, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1946, $1.00 Dark Violet, $2.00 Olive Green, Sun Yat-sen, Imperforate (631 var, 632 var; CSS 1002a, 1003d). Mint N.H. blocks of fifty comprising the bottom half of the sheet, with full selvage and "1B" imprint in bottom margin, some minor creasing and $1.00 with a few toned spots on gum

VERY FINE. A REMARKABLE MATCHED SET OF MARGIN BLOCKS OF FIFTY OF THE ONLY TWO VALUES THAT COME IMPERFORATE.

This issue was printed at De La Rue in London, where quality control was very high. No other values from the series are known imperforate or part-perforate. The $1.00 and $2.00 Imperforate are the only known perforation errors. Listed in the recently published China Stamp Society Catalogue, they are modestly priced at $150.00 per pair, or $7,500.00 for the fifty pairs contained in these two blocks

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3432, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 3,000-4,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3433
c
Sale 1246, Lot 3433, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1948-49, $100,00.00 on $30,000.00 Chocolate (800B; Chan G35). Block of ten and pair tied on reverse by Ningpo May 14, 1949 circular datestamps on Airmail cover to Hassan, India, partial Hassan arrival backstamp, Fine, a very scarce multiple-franking of the $100,000.00 Surcharge stamp, which was issued a few days before Silver Yuan currency was introduced, replacing the Gold Yuan, the GY$1,200,000.00 total franking equates to 30c Silver Yuan currency, an underpayment of the 34c rate, but there was no postage due charged in China or India

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3433, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 200-300
Future Sale
Back to Top
3434
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3434, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1948, $10,000.00 on $20.00 Long Box Surcharge, Basic Stamp Printed on Both Sides (810 var; Chan 1066 var). Without gum as issued, strong and slightly misaligned impression on reverse, fresh, Very Fine, a rare error that is not listed in Chan or Ma, only a handful are known, ex Lee Hill, although printed on both sides varieties are found with regularity on the 1945-46 Dah Tung Typographed set (Scott 589-592), no such varieties are recorded on the underlying 1946 Central Trust set (Scott 625-630)

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3434, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3435
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3435, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1948, $50.00 on 30c Dull Vermilion, Perf 10 x 11 (876 var; Chan G62 var.). Without gum as issued, well-centered, fresh color, Very Fine, a rare (and likely unique) unrecorded variety, Chan lists this stamps with perf, 13, 11, 10-1/2 and 10 x 11, but this 10 x 11 is not listed in any catalogue

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3436
ogbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3436, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1949, $50.00 on $300.00 Green, Dah Yeh Surcharge, Double Surcharge (923a var; Chan G107A var). Half-pane of 50 with selvage at top, bottom, and right, and printer' code in bottom selvage, ten stamps (horizontal rows 5 and 6) with double surcharge,, the two surcharges are nearly coincidental, position 4 (non-error) with minor crease, Very Fine, Chan erroneously lists the double surcharge on the typographed surcharge stamp (No. G107), but this is clearly the lithographed surcharge, and it is likely the double surcharge only comes on the lithographed surcharge, a rare error even as a single, these ten stamps may account for half of all extant copies

Bid on this lot

E. 750-1,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3437
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3437, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1941, ($2.00) Carmine & Yellow, Express Mail Stamp, Yellow Design Printed on Both Sides (E11 var; Ma E10a). Selvage at right, without gum as issued, Very Fine, it is believed only one sheet of 85 was printed with the Yellow on the back

Bid on this lot

Sale 1246, Lot 3437, China thru Japanese Occupation
Image 2
E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3438
ng
Sale 1246, Lot 3438, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1912, 2c Brown, Postage Due, Red Provisional Neutrality Overprint (J24 footnote; Chan DU5). Prepared for use but not issued, unused (no gum), well-centered

VERY FINE. AN IMPORTANT RARITY OF THE REPUBLIC PERIOD. LESS THAN 25 ARE BELEIVED TO EXIST.

With 2007 Experts & Consultants certificate. Scott $9,500.00

Bid on this lot

E. 3,000-4,000
Future Sale
Back to Top
3439
 
Sale 1246, Lot 3439, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1919, 5c Postal Savings Stamp (CSS PS1). Cancelled by fairly complete Peitung July 5, 1919 circular datestamp, Very Fine, a recent discovery that is the earliest known usage of any Chinese postal savings stamp, all China catalogues state that postal savings stamps were first used in August 1919

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3440
 
Sale 1246, Lot 3440, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Sinkiang, 1916-19, $20.00 Yellow & Black (38; Chan PS38). Portion of Tihwa circular datestamp, Very Fine, Scott $875.00

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3441
bl
Sale 1246, Lot 3441, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Sinkiang, 1932, $1.00-$5.00 Sun Yat-sen, First Printing with London Overprint (95-97; Chan PS87-PS89). Selvage blocks of four with Shufu/Kashgar c.t.o., still with original gum, Very Fine, Scott as used singles $434.00

Bid on this lot

E. 150-200
Future Sale
Back to Top
3442
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3442, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Szechwan, 1949, On $100.00 to On $5,000.00, Registration (F1-F8; Chan SR1-SR8). Without gum as issued, bright and fresh, Fine-Very Fine, a scarce set, Scott $1,010.00

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top
3443
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3443, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Japanese Occupation, Meng Chiang, 1942, 1c on 2c Olive Green (2N57; Ma NC746; CSS MK125). Wide Type C overprint, Mint N.H. complete sheet of 50 with printer's code "1 62" in left margin, light natual gum bend affects five stamps, Very Fine, quite possibly the only surviving printer's code sheet that has survived, Scott $2,750.00 as singles

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3444
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3444, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Japanese Occupation, Meng Chiang, 1942, 10c on 20c Ultramarine (2N59). Mint N.H. block of 40 with printer's code "8 138 in right selvage, well-centered and exceptionally fresh, Very Fine, probably the largest known multiple, Scott $3,400.00 as singles

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3445
nhbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3445, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Japanese Occupation, Shantung, 1941, 20c Light Blue, Large Type II Overprint, Albino Overprint (6N56 var; Chan JN343 var.). Sheet of 50 with printer's code in top margin and imprint in right margin, positions 42-44 with full or partial albino overprints, giving the appearance of "Shan" character omitted, complete overprint omitted (position 43), and "Tung" character partially omitted, most stamps Mint N.H. including the errors, Very Fine, not listed in any catalogue, this was most likely due to a foreign object on the sheet during the overprint process, in fact no overprint errors are listed for any value of this series, as quality control during printing was excellent, almost certainly unique and an important error for the specialist

Bid on this lot

E. 500-750
Future Sale
Back to Top
3446
og
Sale 1246, Lot 3446, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1942, Japanese Occupation, North China, $1.00 on $2.00 Blue & Brown Red, Die III, Comb Perf (8N14 var; CSS NC28). Lightly hinged, choice centering, deep colors, Very Fine, a rare variety, probably only one sheet of 50 of the comb perforated stamp was printed

Bid on this lot

E. 200-300
Future Sale
Back to Top
3447
 
Sale 1246, Lot 3447, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1943, Japanese Occupation, North China, 4c on 8c Foreign Concessions, Perf 13-1/2 (8N55 var; CSS NC76b). Top right corner selvage block of nine with printer's code, middle stamp with wide-spaced bottom characters (which occurs only on position 19 in the sheet), stamps Mint N.H. (hinged in selvage), well-centered, gum just slightly toned, Very Fine, probably only two sheets (100 stamps) that were perf 13-1/2 instead of the usual perf 14 and this block is probably unique with the variety, listed but not priced in the China Stamp Society Catalogue

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3448
ogbl
Sale 1246, Lot 3448, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, Japanese Occupation, North China, 1945, $10.00 Sage Green, Unoverprinted (8N116 var; Chan JNU54). Pane of 50 with selvage at top and right, without gum as issued, position 3 with tiny fault, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, these were intended to receive the North China overprint (and after Japan's surrender overprints of the Northeastern Provinces), but a small number of sheets did not receive the overprint, these were printed in sheets of 200, but immediately separated into panes of 50, therefore this is the largest multiple possible and may be the only surviving pane, Chan $2,500.00 (as fifty singles)

Bid on this lot

E. 1,000-1,500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3449
c
Sale 1246, Lot 3449, China thru Japanese OccupationCHINA, 1946 Eastern Mongolia Autonomous Government Stampless Cover. Wang Ye Miao violet May 29 circular datestamp, sent to North Yantai Station in Liaoyang, Manchuria, slightly reduced at bottom affecting the handwritten address, otherwise Very Fine and rare, the Eastern Mongolia Autonomous Government in Hsingan Province lasted from January 1946 to May 1947

Bid on this lot

E. 400-500
Future Sale
Back to Top
3450
og
SHANGHAI, 1893 -1/2c, 1c, and 2c Coat of Arms Wrappers (Livingston NW2-NW4). 20 complete sets of three (60 total) in original unfolded state, uniformly sound, fresh and Very Fine

Bid on this lot

E. 300-400
Future Sale
Back to Top