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1897/1945, collection of mint and used (inc. uprates) stationery cards, total 58 items. Inc. 1898 ICP reply parts uprated to overseas (2), dragon 1+1 reply mint, same with ovpt. mint, UPU 4 C. used Kwangtung.Nyenhang 1920 to Italy, 1918 1 1/2 C. with Chekiang tombstone, mystery SYS card 1 C. green (design of Han 41 which is orange), UPU cards SYS 12 C./15 C. inc. the rare double card mint ec., to be inspected.

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China - Ganzsachen

500 €

10.500 €

1913 (Feb 12), Postal stationery card 1c. green used registered from Tsinan to Berlin, Germany via Moukden, uprated with 1912 commemoratives 'Dr Sun Yat-sen' 2c. and 'Pres. Yuan Shih-kai' 3c. and 8c. all tied with Tsinan dater, reg. cachet and arrival dater alongside, on reverse with fine strike of "MOUKDEN/15 FEB/13" bilingual cds. Card partially toned, but still a good and scarce postcard used registered via Moukden.

  

China - Ganzsachen

2.000 €

6.200 €

1907, card 1 C. light green reply part uprated coiling dragon, 1902, 1 C., 2 C. and 10 C. green for registration canc. bilingual dater "TIENTSIN 20 JAN 08" via Siberia to Bohemia/Austria w. arrival "HOHENMAUTH 2 XI 08 VYSOKÉ MÝTO ". Correct rate 4 C. UPU card rate + 10 C. registration.

  

China - Ganzsachen

300 €

9.800 €

1899, card CIP 1 C. uprated coiling dragon 1/2 C., 1 C. (3), 2 C. (2) tied five strikes bilingual dater "SHANGHAI 13 OCT 04" registered to Japan "YOKOHAMA 23 OCT 04" and fwd. to Kobe with two paper slips of Kobe p.o. with native daters of Oct. 25. To Lieutenant aboard austro-hungarian cruiser "Kaiserin Elisabeth", on reverse painting 'austrian navy rowing boats'. Special tarif to Japan from 1903, card rate 1 1/2 C. respectively registration fee 7 C. = correct postage. Unusual 8 1/2 C. franking.

  

China - Ganzsachen

1.000 €

12.000 €

1912, flag card 1 C. light green uprated coiling dragon 1 C. and commemoratives 3 C. Dr. Sun (2) resp. Yuan Shi-Kai (2) canc. five strikes bilingual dater "KWANGCHENGTZE 1 SEP 13" w. same boxed bilingual dater alongside, registered via Siberia to Budapest/Hungary w. "913 SEP 17" arrivals, long message on reverse. Late mixed frank Empire/Republic, attractive usage.

  

China - Ganzsachen

800 €

13.000 €

1897, card 1 C. (some toning) canc. black sun&moon „Tsinanfu” to Kaumi, sun&moon type transits of Tsingchow, Chowtsun, Tsuping (violet), Weihsien, Kiaochow and arrival violet tombstone „Kaumi/post office”. Dated on reverse „Tsinanfu 17.IV.02”. A remarkable array of Shantung sun & moon markings, exhibition item.

  

China - Ganzsachen

2.000 €

5.800 €

1907, card 1 C. green uprated coiling dragons 1 C., 2 C. and 10 C. canc. intl. dater „SHANGHAI 11 AUG 08” via german po.o. „13 8 08” registered to Germany via Siberia w. arrival „REMSCHEID 31.8.08”, scarce usage and a beauty.

  

China - Ganzsachen

500 €

7.700 €

1907, card 1 C. green (question part) canc. intl. dater „SHASI 23 NOV 07” endorsed „Via Siberia” to Norrköping/Sweden, transit „HANKOW 26 NOV 07”, large bold „T” plus handwritten "15 ctms", swedish due hs. „Lösen... öre" with due amount ”12" handwritten. Few question parts missing foreign uprates should exist, if any.

  

China - Ganzsachen

35.000 €

47.000 €

Chinese Imperial Post, third issue REPLY postal card, used from ICELAND with CIP lc and 2c supplementary franking (making up the 4c UPU rate), all cancelled at departure by "REYKJAVIK 22.6.1908" circular datestamp, send to Shanghai via Copenhagen (29.6.08) with arrivals of the Shanghai German P.O (19.7.08) and Shanghai Chinese PO (21.7.08), from there it was redirected back to Europe: St Die/France via Shanghai British PO (21.7.08) with St Die (23.08.08) arrival, from there it was again redirected, this time to Paris (24.8.08) its final destination. THIS UNIQUE USAGE FROM ICELAND IS CERTAINLY THE MOST SPECTACULAR KNOWN USE OF ANY THIRD ISSUE REPLY CARD, it shows how Chinese imperial stamps used on a reply card were accepted as legal postal payment in even one of the most exotic places in the world. According to the book of Huang, Yuan-Min only one other returned Third-Issue reply card from overseas is know and it was send back from the much less exotic Germany. One can say in general terms that this reply card is one of the most "crazy" items in existence of Chinese Imperial philately.

  

China - Ganzsachen

300 €

5.000 €

1907, reply card 1+1 C. green uprated CIP 1 C., 2 C. canc. boxed bilingual „SHANGHAI 2.16”, transits Shanghai chinese p.o. 18 MAR and german p.o. 21.3.08, to Austria, reply part adhering unused, ex Schwabik estate

  

China - Ganzsachen

200 €

12.000 €

1907, card 1 C. light green (118mm, corner crease and some stains) uprated coiling dragons 1 C. canc. intl. dater „HANKOW 3 JAN 08” via Shanghai to Germany w. „BREMEN 12.2.08” arrival, underpaid for the 4 C. rate and marked bold „T”, on arrival large red „Porto.” (= due) and ms. note inc. large "10„ (german Pfennings to collect), on reverse pencil written new years greetings dated ”Wuchang 1.1.08„

  

China - Ganzsachen

6.000 €

11.500 €

1907, 1+1 C. green reply card, variety "folded at right" (Han No. 5a) canc. „SHANGHAI LOCAL POST D JAN 17 08”, printed text with invitation card for Club Concordia ball scheduled Feb. 29 1907, reply part adhering unused, clean condition; total 17 copies of this major variety recorded

  

China - Ganzsachen

1.000 €

11.000 €

1907, 1 C.+1 C. stationery card green, variety "folded to the right" (message card at left), canc. „SHANGHAI D JAN 7 08” local usage, printed invitation to ball of Club Concordia for Feb. 29, 1908, reply part unused adhering

  

China - Ganzsachen

500 €

34.000 €

1907, double card 1 C. + 1 C. green mint, variety folded to the right (message card at left), unpriced mint in Han, the crown jewel of mint Imperial Chinese stationery

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