Covers - Russian Imperial Era (approx)

Russian Stamps on Envelopes

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S 20 eBay described as "Backflap is missing but the red wax seal is mostly intact."  Opened for $1 and six people bid up to $22 (July 00).
S 23 eBay described as "Russian empire #23, coversx2. One has no backstamps while the other one has 2 backstamps."  Opened for $1 and six people bid up to $42.50 (July 00).
 

eBay described as "Russia 1881-1915, a small collection of ten p/cards with printed stamps (Mi ##P5, 2xP9, P13, 3xP14, P17, P18, P21, total CV MM 505.-) mailed abroad, all in sound condition.".  Opened for $20 and sold at that price (July 00).
M SU 4F eBay described as "Stamped envelope of the 3nd St.Petersburg City Post issue (Michel SU 4F). This is the only type of envelope issued in 1857. The shape of the upper and lower flaps are perfectly triangular where the two side flaps have a shape of a bullet. The paper is rather thich and smooth. The size is 134 X 104 mm. The embossed stamp is greysh ultramarine and is placed on the upper right corner. This is due to an error during the preparation of the envelope. Some slight tonings, otherwise very good conditions for this very rare item, see scan."  Opened for $219 and closed with no bids (July 00).
M SU 4E eBay described as "Stamped envelope of the 2nd St.Petersburg City Post issue (Michel SU 4E). The paper is thin, smooth and white. The flap corners are rounded. The embossed stamp is placed on the left lower corner, upside down and its colour is ultramarine. The envelope sizes are 113 X 74 mm. Very good conditions, see scan."  Opened for $84 and closed with no bids (July 00).
  eBay described as "Wonderful letter to Trieste 1871.  Receiver cancel of Trieste on back."  Opened for $25 and three people bid up to $36 (July 00).

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