imperforate values including 50c. grey-green (2), $1 orange-yellow and $1 red affixed to three covers, perforated 10 with $1 red pair on cover, a fine assembly of surcharges - some on covers, 1945 Victory mint and used sets with additional $1 imperforate pair and $20 used vertical strip of three imperforate between, 1947 Martyrs Monument "Changed to" surcharges with $10 on $1, $10 on $2 (Printing type) unused, $10 on $1 (Writing type) used, 1947 (Aug.) Mao type values to $100 (both) unused and used, together with printing and surcharge errors on later values, 1947-48 Victory surcharges including $100 on $1 orange-yellow unused, 1948 second Mao issue with printing flaws and covers (11, with multiple frankings); Kiangsu with Su-Wan Border Area 1946 Mao type with printing errors and covers, surcharges, 1946 Train issue with imperforate values to $10 violet unused and used (3), covers (6), 1947 (20 Oct.) Su-Chung "Stars" $50 on $10 surcharge used (2), Hua-Chung District 1949 Mimeographed $50, East China Peoples Post extensive range, Jiangsu 1949 (July) Wu-Hsi $50 on $1000 to $200 on $200 set of three unused (two of each together with two surcharge errors on the $200 on $200), North Anhwei 1949 (July) Hofei surcharges with $30 on $2 tête-bêche strip of four on cover, South Anhwei with 1949 (May) rubber chop on $10 violet on cover, East China Parcel Posts with 1949 (July) set mint, (Dec.) set mint and used, (Dec.) Highway set mint and used; East China Local Posts with Anhwei 1949 (June) $50 on $100 and $100 on $2 values (9) including a pair of the misplaced blue surcharge on the former. A magnificent assembly. Catalogued in excess of U.S.$26,000. (many hundreds) " /> 1942-49, the fine study collection of unused and used issues including covers with Shantung Chairman Mao issues with surcharges, 1945 (Sept.)<I> "Chu Teh"</I> imperforate values including 50c. grey-green (2), $1 orange-yellow and $1 red affixed to three covers, perforated 10 with $1 red pair on cover, a fine assembly of surcharges - some on covers, 1945 Victory mint and used sets with additional $1 imperforate pair and $20 used vertical strip of three imperforate between, 1947 Martyrs Monument<I> "Changed to"</I> surcharges with $10 on $1, $10 on $2 (Printing type) unused, $10 on $1 (Writing type) used, 1947 (Aug.) Mao type values to $100 (both) unused and used, together with printing and surcharge errors on later values, 1947-48 Victory surcharges including $100 on $1 orange-yellow unused, 1948 second Mao issue with printing flaws and covers (11, with multiple frankings); Kiangsu with Su-Wan Border Area 1946 Mao type with printing errors and covers, surcharges, 1946 Train issue with imperforate values to $10 violet unused and used (3), covers (6), 1947 (20 Oct.) Su-Chung "Stars" $50 on $10 surcharge used (2), Hua-Chung District 1949 Mimeographed $50, East China Peoples Post extensive range, Jiangsu 1949 (July) Wu-Hsi $50 on $1000 to $200 on $200 set of three unused (two of each together with two surcharge errors on the $200 on $200), North Anhwei 1949 (July) Hofei surcharges with $30 on $2 tête-bêche strip of four on cover, South Anhwei with 1949 (May) rubber chop on $10 violet on cover, East China Parcel Posts with 1949 (July) set mint, (Dec.) set mint and used, (Dec.) Highway set mint and used; East China Local Posts with Anhwei 1949 (June) $50 on $100 and $100 on $2 values (9) including a pair of the misplaced blue surcharge on the former. A magnificent assembly. Catalogued in excess of U.S.$26,000. (many hundreds) | Christie's