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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1881       imageMichigan Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1829-1855. Group of 33 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Ann Arbor M.T., Fearn Springs: 1841 use, Eckford, Fentonville, Galesburg, Hartland, Hastings, Kent, Lexington, Mason Center: 1841 forwarded from Plainfield, Mason, Mottville, Mount Carmel: 1829 use, Otsego: 1841 cross-border to Stanbridge Canada, Paw Paw, Pikestone, Rives, Rowland, So Nankin, Three Rivers, White Lake, Brookhaven, Wahalak, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

Est. $400-600
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1882       imageMichigan Stampless Town Handstamps, 1825-1860s. Group of approximately 100 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns comprise Adrian, Albion; Ann Arbor; Battle Creek; Coldwater; Constantine; Detroit: 1825 and 1831 Territorial oval; 1850 green cds, 1851 blue "20" rating handstamp; Dexter: 1850 red cds with "Paid X" rating handstamp; Grand Rapids: red, black and blue cds with matching "Paid 3" rating handstamps; Hastings; Howell; Jackson: 1851 red "10." in octagon rating, 1851 black "5" and "10" in circle ratings; Jonesville; Kalamazoo; Kent; Lansing: 1851 with blue cameo "Auditor Generals Office" on flap; Mackinac: red cds with matching "FREE" script handstamp; Marshall; Mason; Monroe; Mt. Clemens; Niles: 1838 "Mic.T." cds; Paw Paw; Pontiac; S. Clair; St. Joseph; Saut de St Marie; Tecumseh; and White Pidgeon; nice selection including several fancy types and colors, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

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Est. $500-750
SOLD for $725.00
Will close during Public Auction
1883       imageTennessee Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1826-1851. Group of 17 covers with range of towns comprising Campbells Station, Cedar Creek (4, unlisted), Charlotte, Columbia, Dixons Spring, Fayetteville, Green Hill, Hurts X Roads, Madisonville, Panther Springs (3), Shiloh and Unitia, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
1884       imageNew Hampshire Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1803-1850s. Group of over 200 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Alexandria, Allenstown, Barnstead, Boscowen, Bridgewater, Brentwood, Bristol, Centre Harbor, Chesterfield, Cornish, Dalton, Dover: early 1809 use; Dunstable, Enfield, Exeter: 1816 "Ex" postmark, Francestown: 1820 early use, Gilmanton I Works, Harts Location, Keene: 1803 p.m. free frank, Langdon, Lebanon: early 1812 use, Lyme, Moultonborough, New Chester, New Ipswich, Newport, Pembroke, Plaistow, Rochester, Sanbornton Bridge, So. Marlow, Sutton Village & Warner forwarded use, Thornton's Ferry, West Claremont, Wilmot Flat, Wolfboro, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1885       imageNew Hampshire Stampless Town Handstamps, 1800-1860s. Group of over 160 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Amherst: 1850s fancy "Paid 3" with Paid in scroll; Bath; Bennington; Boscawen; Bristol; Chester; Claremont; Concord; Conway; Croyden; Derry; Dover; Dunstable; East Jaffrey; Enfield; Exeter: 1836-37 three-line red postmark (3); Farmington; Fitzwilliam; Franklin; Gilmanton; Gilsum; Grafton; Great Falls; Hampton Falls; Hancock; Hanover: 1818-25 red and black dotted ovals, 1825 red dotted rectangular, 1827-29 red and blue dotted double-ovals (3); Haverhill; Hinsdale; Hollis: 1846 red straightline; Kenne; Lake Village; Lancaster; Lebanon; Lyme; Manchester; Marlboro; Mason Village; Meriden; New London: 1855 black double-oval; Orford-Ville: 1845 and 1848 red arc postmarks and 1850 blue arc; Pittsfield: straightline; Portsmouth: 1800-11 two-line postmarks (7); Sawnsey: 1850 red oval; and many more; nice selection including several fancy types and colors, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1886       imageNew Jersey Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1803-1850s. Group of approx. 73 covers with range of towns including Absacon, Allowaystown, Allentown, Amboy, Arney Town, Bloomfield, Boundbrook, Burlington: 1816 "Burl." war rate, Camden, Camptown, Chancerville, Chews Landing, Deerfield, Eatontown, Elizabethport: 1803 "Eth Port", 1814 "Elizth Town", 1839 "Eliz Port" etc, Englishtown, HackettsTown, Hightstown, Hopewell, Key Port, Leeds Point, Malaga, Marlboro, Mays Landing, Medford, Metuchen, Middletown: 1831 transatlantic, Millville, Morristown, Newark: early 1811 use, New Providence, Newton, North Branch, Orange, Peapack, Pemberton, Pittsgrove, Recklesstown, Red Bank, Salem, Shiloh, Somerset C.H., Somers Point, Stanhope, Stewartsville, Toms River, Tuckahoe, Westville, Woodbridge, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1887       imageNew Jersey Stampless Town Handstamps, 1802-1860s. Group of approximately 130 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Amboy: 1830, 1836 fancy ovals; Belleville; Belvidere; Bloomfield; Bordentown; Bridgeton, Bridgetown: 1821-28 W.N.J. ovals; Burlington; Camden; Camptown; Cape Island; Elizabeth; Flemington; Freehold; Glassborough; Glouchester; Hightstown; Jersey City; Keyport; Lawrenceville: black straightline; Lebanon; Madison; May's Landing; Middletown; Middletown Point: 1848-49 County cds (6); Morristown; Mount Holly; Newark: 1802 Federal cds, 1817 fancy blue oval and "Paid" plus strikes in black and red; New Brunswick; Orange; Paterson; Pennington; Perth Amboy: 1842 fancy red oval; Plainfield; Princeton: 1846 green cds; Rahway; Salem; Schooleys Mountain; Somerville; Stanhope; Trenton: 1812 cds, various ratemarkers incl. fancy red "Paid 3"; Tuckerton: 1843 red cds; Woodbury: 1836 double-circle; and Woodstown; nice selection including several fancy types and colors, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $600 - 800. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $600-800
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1888       New Mexico Territory Postal History. Stock of approximately 115 covers and post cards; includes ca. 1873 Ft. Seldon type 4 on cover and card, 1907 Thoeau type 2, 1910 Sena type 1 (2nd known), 1894 Chamerino type 1, 1907 Tohatchi type 2, 1910 Lanark type 1, 1889 Organ, 1911 Ruidoso type 5, 1909 Riverside type 1, 1888 Rincon type 5, Victoria type 6, etc.; owner's retail $5,750+, ex-Everett.
Estimate; $500 - 750.

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Est. $500-750
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1889       imageNew York Cover Accumulation. Over 570 covers in sleeves arranged by subject, from early stampless to turn of the century with a few later items; sections include stampless foreign inbound and outbound, stampless domestic, range of 1801-68 covers showing various postmark types including railroad, N.Y.F.M., N.Y. cross cancels, geometrics, stars, numerals & letters, machine cancels including Leavitt and flag, etc.; condition a little mix with a nice range of postmarks throughout.
Estimate; $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1)

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Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1890       imageNew York Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1800s-1850s. Group of over 1,475 covers with range of towns arranged by county including Hume, Lakeville, Osborne Hollow, New Ohio, Harpersville, Windsor, West Colesville, Union Village, Whitneys Point, Triangle, Kelloggsville, Big Flat, North Norwich, Greene, Oxford, West Chasny, Clintonville, Plattsburgh: 1814 "Plattsbh", Claverack, Green River, Harlemville, New Lebanon, Harford, Scott, Delhi, Davenport, Masonville, Franklin, Hamden, Hobart, W. Davenport, Davenport Centre, Hancock, Harpersfield, Meredith, Sidney Plains, Bloomville, Kortright, Franklin, Deposit, Mansfield, N. Evans, Colden, North Hudson, Keen (e), Upper Jay, Schroon River, Newkirks Mills, Bergen, Linden, Prattsville, Medway, Schoharie Kill, Big Hallow, Manheim, Winfield, Mohawk, New Graefenberg, Benson, Little Falls, Felts Mills, Perch River, So. Rutland, Copenhagen, West Leyden, Brantingham, Lima, Sparta, Morrisville, Chittenango, Leonardsville, Georgetown, Brookfield, Chili, Rush, Greece, W. Rush, Penfield, Brighton, Palatine Br., Parma Center, Minaville, Hagamans Mills, Glen Cove, Jericho, Hempstead, Pekin, Johnsons Creek, Trenton Falls, Waterville, West Vienna, Sauquoit, Paynsville (listed only without 's'), Van Buren Centre, Amber, Pompey: 1808 use, Bellisle, Canal, Allens Hill, Flint Creek, Geneva, Hopewell, Lyons, Minisink, Middle Hope, New Hampton, Chester, Newburgh, Allens Hill, Flint Creek, Geneva, Lyons, Hartwick, Garrattsville, New Lisbon, Schuylers Lake, Cherry Valley, Hartwick Seminary, Cooperstown, Exeter, Plainfield, Schenevus, Richfield Springs, Milford, Jamaica: 1815 free, So. Stephentown, Tompkinsville, Stockholm, Somerville, Hadley, Schulerville, East Line, Waterford, Jonesville, Ballston Spa, Ballston Centre, Malta, Punch Kill, Gallupville, Middleburgh, E.P. Post, Arkport, Smithtown Branch, Easthampton, Bridgehampton, Berkshire, Smithboro, Waterburgh, East Hector, Shawangunk, The Glen, Johnsburgh, Lake, Centre White Creek, So. Hartford, Anaquasscock, Ft. Edward, Alton, Williamson, Fairville, Owensville, Pelham, Owensville, Harrison, Mt. Pleasant, South Warsaw, Wethersfield, Wethersfield Spa, Penn Yan, Big Stream Pt., Italy Hill, Whiteston, etc., and many more including forwarding uses, F.-V.F., a wonderful opportunity.
Estimate; $5,000 - 7,500. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Est. $5,000-7,500
SOLD for $7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1891       imageNew York Stampless Town Handstamps, 1814-1860s. Group of over 1,650 covers with range of town markings and ratings, noted towns include Locke: 1850, 1851 red ovals with first showing matching outlined "V" rating; Auburn: 1816 and 1821 notched circles (first EKU?), 1833 red oval; Aurora: 1823 curved ribbon (faulty); Aurelius: 1817 black arc; South New Berlin; Oxford: 1814 red oval; Oxford: 1827 "Oxford, N.Y., MAR. C" two-line postmark; Oxford: 1831 red cds; Plattsburgh; Champlain: 1840, 1846 red double-circles; Hudson: 1805 fancy-scroll cds; Davenport Centre; Stockport Station: fancy cds; Upper Red Hook: 1826 three-line red postmark; Moriah: 1840 red straightline; Gloversville: red double-circle; Kingsboro: 1832 straightline; Stafford: black oval; Pembroke: 1839 red cds; Athens: 1827 cds; Little-Falls: 1828 red rimless; Newport: blue cds and red fancy "Paid 3" rating; Herkimer: 1826 red fancy cds; Antwerp: 1834 red oval; Watertown: 1830 fancy red cds, black "Paid III C" rating use; Philadelphia: 1847 oval; Constableville: 1855 "Paid III C" rating; Canastota: red 1830 oval; Chittenango: 1830 double-lined oval; Pittsford: 1831 red double-oval; Rochester: cds and red "Paid 1" rating; Rochester: 1823 red dotted oval; Canajoharie: 1838 "Cent. Cananjohie N.Y." rimless cds; Somerset: 1838 straightline; Lewiston: 1827 rough dotted oval; Utica: 1829 red oval; Rome: 1828 dotted oval; Fabius: 1835 double-circle; Manlius: 1829 blue straightline; Syracuse: 1829 double-oval; 1832 attached "12½" cent rating; Camillus: attached "12½ Paid" rating; Canandaigua: 1804 fancy floral cds; 1805 fancy double lined cds; Geneva: 1806 29mm cds unlisted; 1821 red cds; Goshen: 1833 red oval; Yates: straightline; Oaksville: 1835 red rimless oval; Cooperstown: 1819-27 red moon-shaped semi-circles (3), 1831 double-circle, 1855 "Paid" cds on drop; Cherry Valley: 1823 red arc, 1826 red two-line straightline; South Worcester: bold double-circle; Flushing: 1846 "5 cts" rating; Lansingburgh: 1811 red and 1822 black straightlines; 1828 rimless oval; 1822 Troy: "Troy N.Y., Paid" cds on printed lodge notice; 1843 green cds and "Paid" manuscript "6" rating on printed court notice; Schodack Landing: 1836 rimless cds; Morristown: 1847, 1848 boxed; Heuvelton: 1846 oval; Charleton: 1848 red (2) and black double-ovals; Ballston Spa: red double-oval; Schuylerville: 1843 straightline; Schoharie Court-House: 1813-22 red large rimless cds(3), 1838 straightline; Esperance: 1842, 1843 rimless; Gardnersbille: 1835 straightline; Monticello: 1824 red oval; Newark Valley: 1846 red straightline; Ithaca: 1829 rimless; Enfield Centre: 1848 double-circle; Jacksonville: red rimless; Greenwich: 1834 red dotted cds; Sandy Hill: 1831 red dotted oval; Galesville: 1851 to Cal.; Walworth: 1843 blue oval; Mamaroneck: 1851 red oval; Pines Bridge: 1846 red oval; The Purchase: 1848 red straightline; Penn Yan: 1831 red and black rimless ovals; plus many more; wide selection including several fancy types, some ads; colors like green, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $5,000 - 7,500. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7)

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Est. $5,000-7,500
SOLD for $7,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1892       imageNorth Carolina Stampless Town Handstamps, 1818-1850s. Group of approximately 70 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Ashville; Beaufort; Edenton; Fayetteville: 1818, 1819 red cds; 1824 "Hala."; Hillsboro; Lincolnton; Murfreesboro; Raleigh: 1822 "Rala." cds, 1827, 1830 "Rale.", 1841 red cds with red oval "Utica" forwarding handstamp; Salem: 1829 red cds; Tarborough: 1850 "Tarboh." cds with large "5" rating; Wadesboro; Washington; Wilmington (large group); Windsor and Yanceyville; etc.; nice selection including some fancy types, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

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Est. $400-600
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1893       imageOhio Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1810-1850s. Group of approx. 260 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Amelia, Athens, Batavia, Berwick, Cambridge, Canfield: early 1810 use, Cherry Fork, Chillicothe: early 1813 "Chill" use, 1814 "Chillicothe" printed notice from Sec. of State, Cincinnati: 1816 use, Cleves, Cumminsville, Deerfield, Defiance, Edwardsville, Elyria: early 1822 use, Euphencia, Galion, Greenville, Greenwich, "Hillhouse, Lake Co O.", Irville, Jefferson, Lafayette, L. Sandusky: 1819 P.M. free frank, Marysville, McCutchenville, Medina, Nashport, New Garden, New Harrisburgh, Parkman, Point Harmar, Portsmouth, Richmond: 1825 Quaker dated, Salem, Sharon Center, Smiths Landing, Sparta: 1842 5x 12½¢ rate, Stow, Upper Sandusky, Wapakoneta, Washington C.H., Worthington, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1894       imageOhio Stampless Town Handstamps, 1815-1860s. Group of approximately 390 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Ashtabula: 1830 straightline, 1833-35 red ovals (4) Barnesville; Canal Dover; Central College: 1850 rimless red oval postmaster free frank; Chillicothe: 1816 oval with "37½" war rating; Cincinnati; Cleveland: 1828-30 red double-line boxed postmark (6); 1846 "Cleves. O." red straightline; Columbus: 1820-30 ovals (10); East Cleveland; Elyria: red boxed postmark; Gallipolis: 1820, 1832 ovals; Hamilton: 1838 straightline; Hudson: 1836 blue oval; Hyattsville: "Paid 10" to California; Jackson C.H.; Lancaster: 1818 rimless oval, 1835 oval; Lebanon: 1823, 1826 fancy serrated ovals; 1837, 1839 Lodi red ovals; London; Marietta; Marion: 1831 small rimless oval; M'Connelsville: 1832 blue rimless ovals (2) and 1850s red "Paid 3" fancy ratemarker; Mt. Vernon: 1831, 35 red and 1841 blue double-circles; Newark: 1833 boxed postmark; Painesville: 1830, 1832 red and 1837 (2) blue double-ovals; Piqua: red cds; Point Harmer: 1819 rimless cds; Portsmouth: 1830 red-brown oval and 1836 magenta, 1840 red double-ovals; Quarker Bottom; Rogersville; Sandusky City: 1831 two-line straightline (faulty); Sunbury: 1847 double-circle; Tiffin: green cds's with "5" and fancy "5" boxed ratings; Warren: 1831 straightlines (2); Warren: 1843 green cds (2); Xenia: 1834-42 red double-ovals (4); Zanesville: 1815 war rate, 1818-34 double-ovals; Zoar: two 1852 straightline uses; and many more; nice selection including several fancy types and colors, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $2,000 - 3,000. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1895       Oregon Postal History Accumulation. Several hundred loose in a small box, good range from mid-19th century up through modern times, mostly smaller towns, many sleeved and priced, a few Whittlesey-listed items, Helbock-listed items mostly 2's, 3's, and 4's, but we also saw a Dusty (Helbock 6) receiver, also some hard-to-find stations and branches, most F-VF and collectible.
Estimate; $400 - 600.

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Est. $400-600
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1896       imagePennsylvania Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1818-1850s. Group of approximately. 240 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Attleboro, Bridgewater, Buckingham, Buffalo X Roads, Canonsburgh, Chambersburg, Clinton, Colerain Forge, Coudersport, Culbertsons, Cummings, Daggetts Mills, Darby, Elkland, Enon Valley, Evans Falls, Frankford, Franklin, Germantown, Gratz, Greenburgh, Greencastle, Harrisonville, Harts X Roads, Highspire, Holmesburg, Hopewell, Hyde Park, Knoxville, Line Lexington, Linewood, Litiz, McKees ½ Falls, McWilliamstown, Manor, McAlevys Fort, Mercersburg, Montouresville, Morrisville, New Gordon, New Troy, Northville, Octoraro, Ottsville, Penningtonville, Port Carbon, Punxsutawney, Readsboro, Restraver, Rockville, Rutland, Salem X Roads, Shiremanstown, Smithport, Summit, Sumneytown, Wallace, Wellsboro, West Greenville, W. Hanover, York Spring, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1897       imagePennsylvania Stampless Town Handstamps, 1805-1860s. Group of over 425 covers with range of town markings and ratings, noted towns include Blossburg; Brownsville: 1830 21mm crude cds; Carlisle: 1831 cogged cds; Coopersburg: 1852 maroon cds; Dowingtown: 1842 double-circle; Easton: 1815 red fancy cds "51" war-rate; Enterprise with fancy boxed "Paid"; Ercildoun: red "Paid 3" in circle; Florence: 1848 red rimless cds; Germantown; Gettysburg; Hamburg; Harrisburg: 1814 straightline, 1819 blue oval; Huntingdon: 1826 black and 1827 red double-circles; Kensington: 1848, 1850 red cds and outlined "5" rating (2); Kingston: 1848 red fancy double-oval; Kittanning: 1846 red cds and negative "5" rating; Kutztown: 1838 fancy black double-circle; Lebanon: 1827-35 blue irreg. double-oval (4); Lewistown: 1818 red oval; Manayunk; Meadville: 1830 red lined rectangle; New Bloomfield: 1834 red straightline; New Hop: 1844 blue and 1846 brown ovals; Norristown: 1854 red cds and fancy dotted-framed "Paid: 3"; Philadelphia: 1849 blue cds and italic "20" rating, 1851 printed circular with "2" in circle, 1859 octagon and "Drop 1 Ct" in circle, 1854 "Paid 1 ct" in circle, transatlantic to London with octagon "24 cts, Paid"; Pine Grove: 1833 brown double-circle; Reading: 1849 red "2" only to Pottsville; Somerset: 1831 maroon oval; Stroudsburgh: 1832 black double-circle; Waterford: cds and fancy "Paid 3" in shield rating; Wilkins: 1840 partial fancy box; Williamstown: 1831 red double-lined oval; plus many more; wide selection including several fancy types, couple ads; colors, etc.
Estimate; $2,000 - 3,000. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1898       Philadelphia Postal History, 1800-1870s. Collection of approx. 50 covers including some early transatlantics like 1811 via Margate Ship Letter to London, domestic rate usages, etc., F.-V.F., interesting balance with some better items to be found.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000.

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Est. $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1899       imageRhode Island Stampless Town Handstamps, 1804-1850s. Group of 130 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns comprise Bristol, Chepachet, East Greenwich, Kingston, Lonsdale, Newport large group incl. green and red fancy ovals, North Scituate, Pawtucket inc. red double-oval, Peacedale, Providence incl. 1804 cds, circular and drop "2" ratings, etc.; Warren incl. red and black rectangular postmarks; and Westerly incl. blue "Paid 3" in circle rating, generally F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1900       imageSouth Carolina Stampless Town Handstamps, 1810-1850s. Group of 44 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Abbeville, Bennettsville, Charleston incl. 1810 and 1812 cds's, Chester C.H., Columbia, Edgefield C.H., Georgetown, Grahamville, Orangeburgh, Pendleton, Pocotaligo p.m. free frank; Society Hill, Spartanburg, Sumterville and "Union=Ville" cds, generally F.-V.F.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction

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