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210 1910 19 Mar.) A cover to England, via Siberia, on front bearing CIP Coiling Dragon 10c blue, tied by faint bilingual ‘PAONING’ Lunar cds, on reverse with several cancellation. Photo HK$ 4,000 - 5,000


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211 1911 (12 Mar.) a picture postcard from Peking to Romania, bearing CIP Coiling Dragon 2c green x 2, the left stamp with broken plate at the lower right ornament variety, tied by bilingual ‘PEKING’ cds and ‘TAGOVISTE’ arrival cds. Photo HK$ 1,300 - 1,500 212 1911 (June) A red band cover registered to Tientsin, on reverse bearing CIP Coiling Dragon 2c x 5 and 3c, both tied by char. ‘CHILI/ PENGCHENGZHEN’ Lunar cds ( 彭城鎮) and bilingual ‘TIENTSIN CITY’ arrival cds, on front with char. ‘CHILI/CIZHOU’ (磁州) char. Lunar transit. Photo HK$ 4,000 - 5,000



213 1989 (12 Apr.) An opened cover to Wuchow, bearing CIP Coiling Dragon 2c red, tied by ‘CANTON’ Dollar chop x 2, with illegible ‘LOCAL POST OFFICE/WECHOW/13.4.89’ oval arrival in blue. Photo HK$ 4,500 - 5,000 214 A small group of picture postcards x 3, all sent from Shanghai to Chefoo, each card bearing CIP Coiling Dragon 1c orange, tied by ‘SHANGHAI’ Lunar cds, fine. Photo HK$ 900 - 1,200 215 A small group of the Coiling Dragon on postcards x 4, with a real photo of overprinted ‘ROC’ on real photo to Hankow locally, the rest sent to Europe with nice callation. Minor toning. Photo HK$ 1,500 - 2,000


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