Auction 2 RUSSIAN and EUROPEAN COLLECTIBLES
Sunday, 26.5.19
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LOT 135a:

UKRAINIAN LOCAL OVERPRINTED STAMPS, NIKOLAEV

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Start price:
$ 20
Estimated price:
$50 - $60
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Ukrainian LOCAL OVERPRINTED Stamps from Nikolaev
That stamps were used very short period in Nikolaev city - only 2 - 3 months in 1993 - 1994 in Ukraine.
As you can see this envelope was sent to Germany and came back - EXTREMELY rare event.
All Stamps and postmarks are on the envelope. It has a lot of unusual postmarks plus very rear provisional. Please note: last image is for sample only.
ESTIMATE PRICE: $50 - $60.
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WIKIPEDIA: July 16, 1990 the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR adopted the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine. Kiev artist Alexander Ivachnenko received from the Ministry of Communications of the USSR order for a stamp dedicated to the event. He offered some sketches that were discussed in the Ministry of Communications of the USSR and the Supreme Council of the Republic. On one of the first choices girl symbolizing Ukraine, was dressed in a shirt, tunic and barefoot. She suggested, "shod" in boots and red skirt instead of "put" Plahty. In wreath blue ribbon was added, causing the blue background of the brand changed to gold. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukraine declared its independence and the first stamps of the new republic were issued on 1 March 1992. In 1992 the Ukrainian Post Office overprinted stamps of the Soviet Union with stylized tridents for use.

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