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312 1920 (29 Oct.) A cover to Netherland bearing First Peking Print Junk Issue 1c, 2c in pair and 5c, paying correct international mail rate, cancelled by “TSINGCHOW” bilingual segment cds , showing bilingual ‘SIANFU/4.11.20’ segment cds and bilingual ‘SHANGHA13.11.20’ transit, fine Siberian Intervention wartime via Yangtse river and the pacific route to its overseas destination . Photo HK$ 2,500 - 2,800 313 1920’s A cover to Shanghai, bearing 1st print Junk 3c blue green, tied by bilingual ‘WOOSUN’ cds, with handstamped in black char. ‘Postal Box’ (局箱) folded. Photo HK$ 500 - 600 312 313



314 1921 (25 Apr.) A red band cover to Harbin, on reverse bearing 2nd print Junk 3c, tied by bilingual ‘MAMCHOULI’ cds, and faint bilingual ‘HARBIN/27.4.21’ arrival cds, water stain marks and slightly damaged at the bottom. Photo HK$ 200 - 300 315 1923 (16 Aug.) A postcard to Denmark, bearing Junk 1st Peking print 3c in pair, tied by bilingual ‘KULING’ cds, bilingual ‘HARBIN/21.8.23’ transit and ‘COPANHAGEN/2.9.23’ arrival cds. Photo HK$ 200 - 300 316 1924 (27 Mar.) An express cover to Peking, on reverse bearing 2nd Peking print Junk 1c, 3c x 4, each tied by bilingual ‘PEKING’ cds, with bilingual ‘HANGCHOW/30.3.24’ arrival cds, a few creased. Photo HK$ 300 - 400 317 1925 (25 Nov.) A cover from Hankow to Russon (Belgium) on reverse bearing 2nd print Junk 1c and 3c x 3, both tied by illegible Tombstone cancel x 2, with bilingual ‘HANKOW2.12.25’ machine wave transit, with bilingual ‘SHINNANFU/25.11.25’ and bilingual ‘SHANGHAI/5.12.25’ transit, ‘RURREN/RUSSON/27.12.25’ arrival cds. Photo HK$ 800 - 1,000



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