Imperial China 1897: Half Cent up to 1 Dollar. Used Stamps.

Imperial China Stamps ( Imperial Chinese Post ). Scott# 86 – 95, used, all with Dollar Daters.

Imperial China Stamps

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No thins. All in all good perforation of the stamps ( looks like the 30 cents is shorter – mis- perforated. The 1 $ stamp has a short tooth ( might be a perforation reason since it doesn’t look like a torn tooth ). The lower right corner has a repair or just a paper remnant with a proof-mark “L”. Slight creasing.

The right lower corner of the 50 cents stamp has a slight rose toning ( probably has been pasted on a Red-Band-Cover ). The 4 cents val comes in a colour variety, brown and olive.

More Chinese Stamps: HERE

German Post in China: 50 Pfg Block of 4 small lot

German Post in China: 50 Pfg Block of 4 small lot: “German Post in China: 50 Pfennig val as block of four. This is the more expensive variety, Michel# 50b ( 50b was in use from 1890-91 ).

SHANGHAI 17/4 90 cancellation. Expertised by Dr. Steurer.

Additional small lot of stamps from 1898 ? 1905, including ? Dollar val. With watermark as Michel# 44 A I a.

No junk, clean lot. Catalog value is $ 700. Details HERE

Small Chinese Stamp Collection with valuable Stamps

Small Chinese Stamp Collection with valuable Stamps

Imperial China Stamps ( Imperial Chinese Post ). Scott# 86 – 95, used, all with Dollar Daters.

No thins. All in all good perforation of the stamps ( looks like the 30 cents is shorter – mis- perforated. The 1 $ stamp has a short tooth ( might be a perforation reason since it doesn’t look like a torn tooth ). The lower right corner has a repair or just a paper remnant with a proof-mark “. Slight creasing.

The right lower corner of the 50 cents stamp has a slight rose toning ( probably has been pasted on a Red-Band-Cover ). The 4 cents val comes in a colour variety, brown and olive.

More Stamps: HERE

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