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[19663]  RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at PORT ARTHUR . ...   1905 (Feb 21)
[19663]  RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at PORT ARTHUR . ...   1905 (Feb 21)
[19663] RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at PORT ARTHUR . ... 1905 (Feb 21) Russian stampless stationary card cancelled Port Arthur "Pochtov." Kont. No 8 cds & with violet circular 11 Siberian Command negative seal with Arms in centre & with 14 Mar 05 arrival cds .......... Scarce item cancelled during the decisive battle of Mukden 20 Feb - 10 Mar that resulted in approx. 164,000 combat casualties & put the Russian forces on the retreat see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mukden
US$150
[19662]  RUSSIA - FINAND …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES . ...   1905 (Jun 5)
[19662]  RUSSIA - FINAND …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES . ...   1905 (Jun 5)
[19662] RUSSIA - FINAND …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES . ... 1905 (Jun 5) Russian stampless postcard to Finland Kronstadt cancelled vernacular Russian cds with above violet circular 8th Siberian Battalion hand stamp & with black boxed T hand stamp later deleted in black ink & showing Helsinki (3 Jul) arrival cds .......... Japan declared war against Russia on 10 Feb 1904 with an armistice being concluded 31 Aug 1905 at the time this was written Russia were in retreat & on the defensive see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mukden
US$150
[19661]  RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at MUKDEN . ...   1905 (Mar 16)
[19661]  RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at MUKDEN . ...   1905 (Mar 16)
[19661] RUSSIA …RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1905 RUSSIAN FORCES at MUKDEN . ... 1905 (Mar 16) Russian stampless postcard to Kronstadt cancelled by the Civil office Mukden cds & with violet circular 157th Imperial Infantry Regiment hand stamp & with Kronstadt (7 Apr) arrival cds .......... Scarce item cancelled just 6 days after the decisive battle of Mukden 20 Feb - 10 Mar that resulted in approx. 164,000 combat casualties & put the Russian forces on the retreat see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mukden
US$200
[18812]  CHINA…MANCHURIAN BORDER TOWN…  1929 (Jun 20)
[18812]  CHINA…MANCHURIAN BORDER TOWN…  1929 (Jun 20)
[18812] CHINA…MANCHURIAN BORDER TOWN… 1929 (Jun 20) Neat small envelope to Tientsin bearing second Peking 4c Junk (Scott 275) tied Shanhaikwan cds & with on reverse Chinese vernacular Tientsin cds (21 Jun) alongside English Tientsin roller (21 Jun) date stamp .............Nice item from this important town on the Manchurian border
US$250
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[16058] THAILAND-CHINA...JAPANESE OCCUPATION of MANCHOUKU from 3rd AIR FORCE GROUP in BANGKOK.. WW2 Undated Japanese Military Stationary card to soldier Kiyoshi Susuki, Satoh Party, Manshu 382th Unit, Koshurei, Jirin Prov., Manchuria from Hideo Inoue, Ohsawa Party, Tukasa [3rd Air Force Group] 9320 Unit [20th Field Air Force Supply Unit] based in Bangkok w/boxed Vernacular Censor h/s in violet w/oval chop of Furuya inserted in orange ...........................................Scarce Inter unit item from Japanese Air Force unit in Bangkok to Manchuria
US$500
[10657]  CHINA-GB...MANCHURIA KIRIN & HEILUNGKIANG BANK MAIL by REGISTERED  1928(May 2)
[10657]  CHINA-GB...MANCHURIA KIRIN & HEILUNGKIANG BANK MAIL by REGISTERED  1928(May 2)
[10657] CHINA-GB...MANCHURIA KIRIN & HEILUNGKIANG BANK MAIL by REGISTERED 1928(May 2)The Far Eastern Bank (Dalbank) printed pre-addressed env registered via Siberia to Bank for Russian Trade Ltd, London EC2 bearing 2nd Peking printing of Junk 6c & Reaper 20c both Overprinted for use in the North Eastern Provinces of Kirin & Heilungkiang as well as Liaoning the 3rd province of Manchuria (SG 8 &15) tied Harbin d/s & w/red on white generic Registration label No 18507 w/boxed Harbin h/s inserted & w/on reverse circular cyrillic vernacular Russian h/s in violet & hooded Registered/London EC/58 [14 May]arrival d/s in red.................These are scarce adhesives commercially used
US$200
[14920]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN….SINO-JAP WAR 1894-5 LIAOTUNG PENINSULAR…  1895 (Apr 24)
[14920]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN….SINO-JAP WAR 1894-5 LIAOTUNG PENINSULAR…  1895 (Apr 24)
[14920] MANCHURIA - JAPAN….SINO-JAP WAR 1894-5 LIAOTUNG PENINSULAR… 1895 (Apr 24)[24.4.28] Plain envelope together with letter to Soldier, 3rd Coy Field Artillery, 1st Regt., at Jinzhou on Liaotung Peninsular bearing 2 sen tied venecular Tokyo cds & with Jinzhou [11.5.95 (11.5.28)] arrival cds with interesting content "It is our honour that the enemy asked for peace and they offered 300 million Yuan" ............Interesting incoming item written exactly one week after the Shimonoseki Treaty
US$400
[17815]  CHINA...JAPANESE OCCUPATION CENSORED with KWANTUNG LABEL...  1942 (Jun)
[17815]  CHINA...JAPANESE OCCUPATION CENSORED with KWANTUNG LABEL...  1942 (Jun)
[17815] CHINA...JAPANESE OCCUPATION CENSORED with KWANTUNG LABEL... 1942 (Jun) Envelope to Shan Dong Province from Dalian bearing Japan 2nd Showa 5s tied vernacular cds & with scarce red on white Japanese Cherry Blossom Censored / Kwantung Communications Office Communications Bureau label applied & only used in Kwantung & tied on reverse by vernacular d/s
US$800
[18363]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904(Oct)
[18363]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904(Oct)
[18363] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1904(Oct)[37.10.25.] Pictorial Military Lettersheet showing "Crossed Flags" written shortly after "Battle of Sha-ho" to Japan from Japanese 1st Army soldier in Manchuria cancelled vernacular 1st Army FPO No 8 with unframed red Military Mail & boxed brown Japanese hand stamps with on reverse vernacular cds with year & month removed....At the battle of Sha-ho that took place 7 -20 October which was won by the Japanese with losses on both sides with the Japanese sustaining 1608 killed & 6405 wounded out of 16394 & the Russians losing a huge 5084 killed, 30392 wounded & 5875 missing or taken POW
US$130
[18362]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (Feb)
[18362]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (Feb)
[18362] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1905 (Feb)[38.2.3.] Pictorial Military lettersheet showing "Crossed Flags" to Japan sent during preparations for "Battle of Mukden" from Japanese 2nd Army soldier in Manchuria cancelled vernacular 2nd Army FPO No 3 cds & with on reverse two + another partial vernacular transit cds………..In preparatiion for the "Battle of Mukden" the Japanese established a military line from Tu-tai-tse eastwards to Benia-pu-tse with the 3rd Army HQ at Yen-tai just behind this line
US$130
[18361]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR SIEGE of PORT ARTHUR...  1904 (Sep)
[18361]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR SIEGE of PORT ARTHUR...  1904 (Sep)
[18361]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR SIEGE of PORT ARTHUR...  1904 (Sep)
[18361] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR SIEGE of PORT ARTHUR... 1904 (Sep) [37.9.28.] Lettersheet to Gumma-ken, Japan from Japanese 3rd Army soldier cancelled vernacular 3rd Army FPO No 2, Branch FPO 1 cds …….Japanese General Nogi Maresuke & the 3rd Army were assigned the taking of the Russian Naval Port of Port Arthur. Nogi began shelling on 7 August 1904 & then planned to assault 174 meter Hill defended by 5th & 13th East Siberian Regiments. This cost Nogi 16,000 + casualties & he settled for siege being uunable to penetrate the Russian defences. 203 Meter Hill became the next focal point of Nogi & on 26th November he made a frontal assault & after 9 days of bitter fighting the Japanese finally overran the Russian positions. This was critical as Nogi was now able to move his 11 inch guns to the hill and shell the Russian warships in the harbour. Russia surrendered Port Arthur on 2 January 1905 after costing the Japanese 57780 killed, wounded or missing..... Scarce use of FPO 2 Branch Office 1 during this historic period
US$450
[18360]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (Feb)
[18360]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (Feb)
[18360]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (Feb)
[18360] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1905 (Feb)[38.2.4.] Japanese lettersheet marked Military Mail to Japan from Japanese 3rd Army soldier in Manchuria cancelled vernacular 3rd Army FPO No 3 which opened on this day………..In preparatiion for the "Battle of Mukden" the Japanese established a military line from Tu-tai-tse eastwards to Benia-pu-tse with the 3rd Army HQ at Yen-tai just behind this line
US$170
[18359]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (May)
[18359]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (May)
[18359]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (May)
[18359]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1905 (May)
[18359] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1905 (May)[38.5.31.] Pictorial Illustrated Military letter sheet entitled "Letter Paper" with on reverse small Angel carrying Flowers & on inside "General's briefing Officers"to Japan from Japanese 3rd Army soldier in Manchuria cancelled vernacular 3rd Army FPO No 3 cds with framed hand stamp + unframed Military Mail hand stamp + oval Censors chop all in orange....During May the Japanese forces continued to advance & on the 19th engaged the Russians at Wei-yuan-pao-men & on 22nd at Nan-ching-tze pushing the Russian forces further backwards with this written 9 days later on the 31st.
US$200
[18358]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904 (Sep)
[18358]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904 (Sep)
[18358] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1904 (Sep)[37.9.11.] Plain envelope together with letter to Japan from Japanese 4th Army in Manchuria cancelled. 4th Army FPO No 2 cds which opened at this location on 3 September alongside small orange circular Censors chop ...Scarce early use of this FPO No 2 by the 4th Army only 8 days after opening. At the battle of Liao-yang on 23rd August the Japanese 1st, 2nd & 4th Armies were deployed on the Pei-kou, the valley of Tang-ho, Wang -pao-tai, Chang-Chai-pu-tzu, Sha-ho & Tun-tai. The Russians began to retreat of the 3rd September & by the 5th the battle was won however from the 26th August to 55th September the Japanese 4th Army sustained 5537 killed & 5300 wounded from a force of 18063, Russian sources claim only 2474 killed & 14301 wounded with 1137 taken POW or unaccounted for. Tremendous item of early FPO use written shortly after the Russian retreat
US$130
[18357]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904 (Aug)
[18357]  MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR..  1904 (Aug)
[18357] MANCHURIA - JAPAN...RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.. 1904 (Aug)[37.8.19.] Pictorial Military card to Japan showing crossed Japanese flags from Japanese 4th Army in Manchuria cancelled vernacular 4th Army FPO No 4 which apparently opened on this day………Lieutenant General Baron Kawamura commanded the Japanese 4th Army, 10th Division. The battle of Fen-Shui-ling was fought on the 26-27th June with the Japanese having losses of 22 killed, 170 wounded, with heavier Russian losses amounting to 384 killed & 500 wounded with 86 unaccounted for. The Japanese started to set up a Field Postal system in Manchuria starting in June 1904 with this being a Scarce first day of usage of FPO 4...
US$170
[11334]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR PICTORIAL LETTER SHEET]  1905(Jun 13)
[11334]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR PICTORIAL LETTER SHEET]  1905(Jun 13)
[11334] MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR PICTORIAL LETTER SHEET] 1905(Jun 13)[38.6.13.] Pictorial illustrated printed Military lettersheet showing crossed swords & on inside wheeled Cannon to Japan from Japanese soldier 2nd Army in Manchuria cancelled 2nd Army FPO No 10 d/s......................................... [Mailed as peace negociations commence]
US$200
[11330]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR BATTLE of MUKDEN]  1905(Mar 3)
[11330]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR BATTLE of MUKDEN]  1905(Mar 3)
[11330] MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR BATTLE of MUKDEN] 1905(Mar 3)[38.3.3.] Japanese printed Red Military card to Japan written during battle of Mukden fought between 17 February & 8 March from soldier with Japanese 3rd Army in Manchuria cancelled 3rd Army FPO No 1 d/s & with boxed Military Censored h/s in orange...............................[scarce item from the battlefield prior to the Rusian retreat on 8 March]
US$270
[11335]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO JAPANESE WAR] 1905(Apr)
[11335]  MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO JAPANESE WAR] 1905(Apr)
[11335] MANCHURIA-JAPAN [RUSSO JAPANESE WAR] 1905(Apr)[38.4.30.] Pictorial Military lettersheetshowing Japanese flag to Japan from soldier with Japanese 2nd Army in Manchuria cancelled 2nd Army FPO No 10.... [Following the capture of Tieh-ling, Japanese troops continued the march northwards & occupied Tang-Shih on 13 April & Ying-Ching the following day and so continued to push the Russians back towards Kirin.]
US$130
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