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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1861       image(Georgia) Savannah Ga. Stampless Mail, 1825-50. Group of 12 stampless covers with three different red cds styles, variety of rates mostly to the Northeast, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $150 - 200. (Image1)

Est. $150-200
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1862       imageGeorgia Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1825-1851. Group of 40 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Antioch, Appling, Buck Creek, Carrollton, Centre, Chattoogaville, Corinth, Crawfordville, Cumming, Danbury, Dublin, Elberton, Erin, Forsyth, Franklin, Free Bridge, Georgetown, Hamilton, Holidaysville, Indian Springs, Jeffersonton, Jonesboro, Mallorysville, Montpelier, Rockville, Steam Mill, Troupville, Union Pt., Villa Rica, Watkinsville, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

Est. $400-600
SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
1863       imageGeorgia Stampless Town Handstamps. Group of 115 stampless covers with a variety of towns, markings and ratings, some interesting content, towns include Athens, Augusta; Cassville; Clarksville; Columbus; Darien incl. red and black ovals; Eaton; Eatonton; Elberton; Fort Valley; Greenesborough incl. oval; Macon incl. red oval; St. Marys; Nacoochee; Milledgeville incl. "Paid 3 Cts" straightline rating and double-circle datestamp; Savannah; Sparta incl. red oval and green cds; Speir's Turnout; Spring Place; Thomaston; Warrenton; Washington and West Point; etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1864       imageIllinois Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1829-1852. Group of over 160 covers with range of towns and ratings, noted towns include Antioch, Arenzville, Atlanta; Atlas, Bardolph, Burnsville, Benton; Bethel; Bloomingdale, Brimfield, Bristol, Brownsville, Buffalo Grove, Canton, Carmi, Carpenter, Channahon, Charleston, Cumberland, Delavan, Duquoin, Edwardsville, Ellisville, Equality, Fairview, Farlows Grove, Fieldon, Frankfort, Frederick, Fulton C.H., Greenfield, Hampton, Hanover, Hartford, Henru, Hickory Grove, Kaskaskia, Lafayette, Libertyville, Little Rock, Mahomet, Marine Settlement, Marion, Morristown, Mt. Sterling, Palestine, Paw Paw Grove, Peoria, Philipstown, Pittsfield, Princeton, Rock Spring, Rome, St. Jacob, Shoal Creek, Silver Creek, Tylerville, Union, Vandalia, Warren: 1849 first year use, Wayesville, Winslow, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)

Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
1865       imageIndiana Stampless Town Handstamps. Group of approximately 103 covers with range of town markings and ratings, green cds's, towns include Brookville, Centreville, Columbus, Connersville, Covington, Crawfordsville, Delphi, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Franklin, Goshen, Green Castle, Greenfield, Greensburgh, Huntington, Indianapolis incl. "Paid 2" circular use, Lafayette, La Porte, Lawrenceburg, Liberty, Logansport, Madison, Metamora, Mishawuka, Mount Vernon, Muncietown, New Albany incl. "X" and "Paid 3" ratings; New Harmony, Noblesville fancy crude cds, Peru, Plymouth, Princeton, Redford, Richmond incl. different "Paid 3" handstamps; Rockville, South-Bend, Terre Haute and Vincennes, Utica and Warsaw; nice group, generally F.-V.F. or better.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $725.00
Will close during Public Auction
1866       imageIowa Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1831-1855. Group of 40 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Abington, Angola, Attica, Bedford, Bellville, Blackford, Bloomfield, Boonville, Camelton, Carlisle, Collamer, Eel River, Elkhart, Kendallville, Manchester, Marion, Monrovia, Moores Hill, Mount Pleasant, New Albany, New London, Orland, Salem, Somerset, Spartanburg, Springfield, Tassanong, Thorntown, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
1867       imageKentucky Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1820-1850s. Group of approx. 110 covers with range of towns including Alexandria, Bardstown: 1815 War "Free", Benton, Big Spring, Bowling Green, Brooksville, Brookville, Brownville, Burlington, Burksville, Caneyville, Carlisle, Carrollton, Clarksburg, Crittenden, Cynthiana, Eddyville, Elliotts X Roads, Eminence, Franklin, Glascow, Grayson, Greensburg, Hadensville, Hardinsville, Harlan C.H., Hartford, Henderson: 1833 use, Jeffersontown, Keene, La Grange, Lewisburg, Liberty, Long Ridge, McMurtryton, Manchester, Marion, Middletown, Millerstown, New Liberty, Newport, Nicholasville, Owensboro, Paris: 1820 use, Rocky Hill, Salem, Scottville, Sharpsburg, Smiths Grove, Springfield, Tomkinsville, Versailles, West Point, Winchester and Yelvington, plus Mills Point 1840 red cds, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
1868       imageKentucky Stampless Town Handstamps, 1814-1850s. Group of approximately 200 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include 1821 Bowling Green arce handstamp (cover repaired); Hustonville balloon-style cds with "Free" handstamp; Versailles red double-circle with fancy large "25" rating handstamp; 1848 Covington cds red "Paid X"; 1838 Danville cds; 1832 "Henderson Ky" rimless arc postmark (stains); Louisa small black "5" rating; Louisville blue cds and "Paid 3" in circle rating handstamp; 1841 "Mt. Washington Ky." rimless cds; 1847 Owensboro red cds and fancy "10" in cogged rating handstamp; etc.; nice selection including some fancy types, generally F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1869       imageLouisiana Stampless Town Handstamps, 1819-1850s. Group of approximately 64 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Alexandria, Baton Rouge: 1824 "Baton R."; Covington; Donaldsonville; Donaldson V.L.; Franklin; Grand Coteau; Greenwood; Jackson; New Orleans (large group 1819-1850s); Plaquemine; St. Francisville and Thibodaux; nice selection including some fancy types, transatlantics, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

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Est. $400-600
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1870       imageMaine Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1804-1850s. Group of over 204 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Anson, Auburn, Augusta, Bethel, Bluehill, Boothbay, Brewer, Brewer Village, Bridgton, Bristol, Bristol Mills, Calais, Cape Neddick, Castine, Corrinna, Dennysville, Dixmont, Dresden, East Turner, Edgecomb, Exeter Mills, Falmouth, Farmington, Farmington Falls, Foxcroft, Franklin, Gilead, Goffs Corner, Keiths Mills, Kent's Hill, Lincoln Center, Locks Mills, Lovell, Madison, Milford, Mt. Desert & South West Harbor turned cover, Mt. Vernon, Naples, Newport, Nobleboro, Norridgewock: 1818 district use, N. Brighton, Northport, North Yarmouth, Orland, Otisfield, Oxford, Palmyra, Paris: 1804 district use, Parsonfield, Readfield, Round Pond, Rumford, Saco, St. George, Sebec, Sheepscot, South Leeds, So. W. Bend, So. Wateford, South West Harbor, Standish, Steuben, Strong, The Forks, Union, Warren, Wayne, Welchville, W. Lebanon, Winthrop, York, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)

Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1871       imageMaine Stampless Town Handstamps, 1803-1850s. Group of approximately 115 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Augusta: several "Horn of Plenty" uses; Bangor; Bath; Belfast: 1825 red oval; Biddeford; Blue Hill; Bowdoinham; Brunswick: 1830 oval; Bryants Pond; Calais: 1829 straightline (repaired); Camden; Canton-Mills; Castine; China; Dexter; Dixfield; Eastport; East Thompson: 1847 ds with ms. "Exeter Me" forwarding; Ellsworth: 1825 small red cds; Goffs Corners; Gray; Hallowell: 1824 red oval, 1832 attached "Free"; Hamden: 1829, 1837, 1841 red ovals; Kendalls Mills; Kenduskeag; Kennebuckport; Levant: 1847 red straightline; Lincoln; Mclains Mills; Mechanics Falls; Milltown: 1840 red arc; Portland: 1803, 1814 & 1817 District of Me. uses; York: 1813 straightline; etc.; nice selection including several fancy types, attached rates, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $500-750
SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
1872       imageMaryland Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1799-1850s. Group of approx. 76 covers with range of towns including Accident, Allens Fresh, Annapolis: 1799 use, Barren Creek Springs, Barry, Berlin, Bohemia Mills, B.M. House (Brick Meeting), Cambridge: early 1806 use, Cecilton, Centreville: 1820 "C Ville", Chapatico, Chester Town, Church Creek, Church Hill, Cumberland, Darlington, Elkton, Emmitsburg, Fred. Town, Frostburg, Georgtown X Roads, Graceham, Hancock, H of Chester, Indian Spring, Jefferson, Leonard Town, Millington, Monrovia, Newtown, Park head, Princess Ann, Rising Sun, Rock Run, Snow Hill, Sudlersville, Taney Town, Towsontown, Trappe, Uniontown, Weverton, Williamsport, Wood Lawn, Wye Mills, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1873       imageMaryland Stampless Town Handstamps, 1802-1860s. Group of approximately 159 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Annapolis: 1813 cds, 1827 red cds; Baltimore: 1802 red cds, 1850s oval "2" drop rating; 1851 blue "Due 4" in circle rating; Berlin; Boonsboro; Brookeville: black straightline; Cambridge; Chesapeak City; Chestertown; Clear-Spring; Cockeysville; Cumberland; Eason: several fancy cds's starting in 1805, 1830 and 1836 ovals; Elkton, Ellicotts Mills; Emmitsburg: red 1831 double-circle datestamp; Fredericktown; Hagerstown; Hancock: 1833 small cds style; Havre de Grace; Leonardtown; Mount Savage: two with large "10" in circle rating; North East; Port Deposit; Port-Tobaco; Rockville; Sandy Spring: four 1843-59 Quaker-dated red and black double-circle d.s. uses; Sharpsburg: 1847 red cds with "X" rating; Snow Hill; Sykesville: 1843 double-circle; Upper Marlboro; Westminster; Williams-port: 1834, 1836 black ovals, 1839 red cds (2); etc.; nice selection including several fancy types, cameo ad; etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1874       (Massachusetts) Boston, Mass. Flag Machine Cancels, 1894-1917. Couple hundred covers identified in slips; organized by types, includes stations, etc.; inspect.
Estimate; $150 - 200.

Est. $150-200
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1875       image(Massachusetts) Essex County - Advertising Covers, 1860-1900s. Group of 28 covers with mostly illustrated designs, note 1886 Larence "H.M. Bickford, Heavy Job Teaming" illustrated with horse-drawn carriage; 1884 Salisbury "Edwin Morrill & Son, Carriage Manufacturers" all-over illustrated design showing carriage, 1885 Amesbury "B.F. Lewis, Fine Carriages" all-over orange ad cover, 1860 Andover "Phillips Academy" illustrated corner card cover showing school building, several shoe related ads, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

Est. $400-600
SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
1876       image(Massachusetts) Essex County - Registered Mail, 1845-1900s. Group of 16 covers mounted on pages, better includes Lawrence Mass. 1865 c. use with two #68 singles on 3¢ #U57 entire prepaying the 20¢ registry fee; 1845 Lynn stampless use to Philadelphia with large "R" for recorded; 1847 Manchester to Philadelphia with large "R" recorded; 1894 South Groveland 8¢ Columbian on 2¢ Columbian entire use; 1893 Lynn with #227 on 1¢ Columbian entire to Boston; 1898 Lynn with 10¢ Trans-Miss to Canada; 1909 Beverly Farm registered with 10¢ Wash. to Boston; 1893 Prides Crossing to Germany with 8¢ Columbian #236 and 10¢ #226 with Boston exchange label; 1893 Beverly to England with 5¢, 8¢ Columbians #235, 236 and New York exchange label, etc., F.-V.F. and interesting group.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

Est. $400-600
SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
1877       image(Massachusetts) Essex County, Massachusetts Postal History Collection, 1790s-1900s. Collection of over 575 covers mostly mounted singly on exhibit pages, many better covers including manuscript and cds town marks up to Scarcity 9 ratings, few Civil War patriotics, advertising covers; better noted includes 1852 Lawrence Mass. stampless use of illustrated temperance design "Will Free All Nations from the Curse of Rum"; Beverly Ms. "Paid" in grid on #24 circular rate use; 1796 manuscript "Beverly" use, 1852 Danvers blue cds and grid cancel tie 3¢ #10A pos. 48L2e; Danvers Mass. fancy outlined star cancel on #26; red Lynn Mass. cds and matching circular grid ties #68 on mourning cover to Nova Scotia with matching "Paid 10" circular rating handstamp; etc., wealth of information present., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $2,000 - 3,000. (Image1)

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Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1878       imageMassachusetts Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1801-1850s. Group of over 315 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Acton, Attleboro, Ashburnham, Ashland, Bellevilleport, Berkley, Beverly, Blandfield: 1801 use, Bridgewater, Cambridge: 1806 use, Colerain, Dartmouth: incl. Quaker dated, Dedham, East Dennis, E. Middleboro, E. Salisbury, Essex, Feeding Hills, Franklin, Gardner, Hanson, Hardwick, Hatfield, Haverhill: 1807 "Hav. Ms." postmark; Holmes Hole, Ipswich: 1802 free frank, Manchester, Marshfield, Medfield, Middlefield, Middlesex Village, Montague, New Braintree, N. Attleboro, North Brookfield, N. Chatham, N. Fairhaven free frank; N. Hadley, No. Marshfield: Quaker date, N. Middleboro, North Truro, N. Wrentham, Orange, Orleans, Palmer Depot, Petersham, Plymouth: 1822 "Plymo. Ms.", Pocasset, Princeton, Rochester, Rockville, Rowe, Sandy Bay, Scituate, Shelburne Falls, Shrewsbury: early 1821 use, Sippican, So. Deerfield, So. Dennis, South Groton, So. Hadley Canal, So. Yarmouth, Sunderland, Swanzey, 3 Rivers, Topsfield, Tyngsboro, Watertown: early 1806 use, W. Amesbury, Westport Point, West Scituate, Williamsburgh: 1836 "Wms Burgh Ms.", Worthington, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1879       imageMassachusetts Stampless Town Handstamps, 1800-1860s. Group of 540 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Abington: 1837, 1838 red double ovals; Acton: 1847 black and 1851 red double-circles; Amesbury: 1832, 1834 dotted double-circle; Ashfield: red rimless cds; Beverly: red half-circle arc; Boston: 1800 straightlines (2), 153 "Paid" cds printed circular, 1850s green cameo on flap cover; Boxford: 1844 double-circle; Bridgewater: 1827 red and 1849 double-circles; Byfield; Cambridgeport: "1837" blue double-circle; Campello: 1853 blue double-oval; Charlestown: 1831-37 dotted ovals (9), 1864 red straightline cross-border from New Brunswick; Chickopee Factory: 1829 red double-circle; Danvers: 1834 lined double-circle; Dedham: 1836 blue double-box; East Bridgewater: 1848 double-circles (3); East Cambridge: 1829, 1834 double-circles; East Chelmsford: 1825 red rimless oval; East Granville: 1839 red rimless cds; Enfield: 1835 red ribbon oval; Haverhill: 1832 small dotted cds; Ipswitch: 1829 black and partial 1831 red straightlines; Leicester: 1826, 27 magenta ovals; Lexington: attached "6" rate cds; Lynn: 1824, 1830 red straightlines; Monson: 1830-37 fancy ribbon ovals (5) in black and red, one with "Paid"; Nantucket: 1838 red oval; Newburyport: 1804-07 cds (4); New Rowley; New Salem: 1854 rimless cds with matching "Paid" printed circular; Palmer: 1838 & 1839 fancy red box postmarks; Saxonville: 1838-55 double-ovals (5); Shelburne Falls: 1847 rimless cds; Stoughton: 1832 attached "6" cds (2); Taunton: 1829 straightline; Walpole: 1838 red box; West Brookfield: 1831 double-oval; West Cambridge: 1837 red cds and "18¾" rating (3); Westfield: 1825 rimless; West Bradford: 1831 attached rate cds; plus many more; wide selection including several fancy types, attached rates; and colors like green, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $2,500 - 3,500. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1880       Michigan Postal History, 1854-1900s. Group of 44 covers and cards including RPOs, DPOs, fancy postmarks with county and postmasters, note 1854 Ceresco stampless "Paid 3" use; range of towns like Wyandotte, Sebewainc, Lowell, Ionia, Cass City, Saugatuck fancy star duplex, Port Austin "M.O.B." cds, Woodland "Barry Co.", Grand Blanc "Genesee County"; etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $200 - 300.

Est. $200-300
SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction

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