Been meaning to show this to you folks. Another item I picked up at the estate auction a couple of weeks back. Got it cheap ($5-10, can't remember exactly). Figured on flipping it and seeing if I could turn a profit, but wouldn't you know I already have a few of these issues in my 'Just because' album, and I just really like them. So looks like I've got yet another little side collection. This is put together by the Kenmore Stamp Co. (no date evident). I'll be adding to it from my existing pile. Hope you like it as much as I do.
I'll present the pages in order. There are 18 images in all. Some even come with description of the country of origin. Apologies in advance for the quality of some of the photos.
That is a very interest collection James - a nice find!
There are a couple of errors in the descriptions.
The stamps under "Chita" are sometimes called the "Chita Issue" because they were printed in Chita. Chita became the capital of the far Eastern Republic in 1921 after the Priamur and the Maritime Province seceded from the F.E.R. In the centre logo, there are the Russian initials that abbreviate "Far Eastern Republic". So the heading should be Far Eastern Republic.
The stamps shown under "Far Eastern Republic" were actually issued by the Soviet Union for the area after they annexed the country in late 1922.