35 kopeks - 5 rubles, specialized collection used and */** including inverted, shifted and double overprints, pairs with and without overprint, larger units, the 35 kopeks with the variety 5 in overprint missing, larger units, gutter pairs etc. in stockbook
35 kopeks green perforated together with various Russian stamps on philatelic cover from Vladivostok 19-5-1919 to Weston-super-Mare (Great Britain), fine/very fine (cover vertical crease). Probably the earliest known usage of the Kolchak issue!
35 kopeks green perforated in vertical pair and Russia 3 kopeks red in block of 10 including 2 gutter pairs on reverse of cover of the China Mail Steamship Company from Vladivostok 23-10-1919 to Los Angeles, California (USA), very fine and signed Mikulski
35 kopeks green perforated (4x) together with Russia 15 kopeks in block of 4 and 1 ruble in vertical pair (top right ex. some missing perfs) on registered cover from Nikols-Ussuriisk 21-7-1920 over Seattle to New York City, fine/very fine
35 kopeks green perforated on registered Esperanto cover from Vladivostok 17-11-1920 over London to Torquay (Great Britain) with 4 Esperanto poster stamps on front and reverse, very fine with 2004 Sergio Sismondo certificate
35 kopeks green imperforate (2 pairs) and Russia 15 kopeks in block of 4 on cover from Vladivostok 17-8-1920 to Chicago, Illinois (USA), fine/very fine (left stamp of left pair incision, not touching the stamp)
35 kopeks green perforated, 50 kopeks brown perforated and imperforate and 70 kopeks orange perforated and imperforate on philatelic cover locally in Manchuli 28-2-1920, fine/very fine (cover vertical crease and some small tears). Probably the only recorded use of the 70 kopeks in East Siberia!
50 kopeks red perforated in vertical pair together with Russia 50 kopeks brown lilac and green (strip of 3 and pair) and 1 ruble brown and orange imperforate (3x) on reverse of registered cover from Irkutsk 8-12-1919 via San Francisco to the American Red Cross in New York City with an extra fee of 3,50 rubles (handstamped and written on front), fine/very fine (some wrinkles) The letter was written by the shortlived White Siberian Govenment "The Troektoriya" who served as a buffer between the Red and White Governments.
50 kopeks carmine red in vertical pair and 3 rubles blue on cover from Sladkovskoe-Ishimskoe 16-1-1920, registered with a label of the neighbouring post office in Petropavlovsk, sent to Chelyabinsk and redirected to Ufa, very fine
70 kopeks orange imperforate together with Russia 15 kopeks (2x) on censored YMCA cover from Vladivostok 26-8-1920 to New York City, forwarded to Cleveland, Ohio (USA), fine/very fine (vertical crease)
1 ruble red (2 vertical strips of 3, one on reverse) and Russia 7 rubles green and pink (2x) on money transfer from Tyumen-Zarechnaya 6-4-1920 to Vologda, fine (trimmed at left, crease and some pinholes)