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LOT1016 Japan

1899-2000 A mint & used collection on Scott printed album pages including better noted extensive ranges 1923 Visit set 3 m, 1936 Inaug set m, range of National Parks sets, Philatelic Week issues m, 1960 Visit M/S m (Cat £39), 1959-70s much complete mint, modern to 2001 sparse but useful, 1960s Olympic Games M/S m, etc, useful lot, 100s.

LOT1017 Japan

1916 Investiture of Prince Hirohito as heir apparent 10s blue top value unused without gum in very fine condition, superb and scarce, SG 191 Cat £950 mint.

LOT1018 Japan

A selection of approx. 21 covers/fronts and 2 packs of stamps 1970 Malta and Japan Expo and Centenary of the Universities of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras. Covers include 1965 Naha City Hall fdc and 1964 International Monetary fund.

LOT1019 Japan

Post Offices in China: Nice fine used range incl 1900 5r to 20s orange (8 diff), and 1913 ½s to 25s and 1y (6 diff vals), mainly sound, Cat £100.

LOT1020 Japan

WWII Japanese POW printed card from 3rd Branch Camp Fukuoka from an English gunner to UK bearing boxed Jap. Censor mark in blue and red, and British censor on arrival, two further censor oval chops on reverse with greetings message to his father. Mainly sound.

LOT1021 Japan

WWII Japanese POW printed card (tatty) from 19th Camp from an English ACL to UK bearing boxed Jap. Censor mark in blue and red, and British censor on arrival, greetings message to his father.

LOT1022 Japan

WWII Japanese POW printed card (torn) from Hakodate Camp from an English ACL to UK bearing boxed Jap. Censor mark in blue and red, and British censor on arrival, greetings message saying they have a gramophone and records but no classics.

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