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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
7741   imageConfederate States, [Nottoway Co.] Nottoway Court House, pair of 5¢ Local Print (7) tied by a mostly clear Dec 16 (1862) on a folded letter - brief farming content - to Petersburg, Va., Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7742   imageConfederate States, [Nottoway Co.] Nottoway Court House, pen-canceled 10¢ blue, type I (11) with manuscript postmark, "Nottoway Co Ho Va./Mar 4th 64", on a adversity cover - made from an old letter - to Farmville, Prince Edward Co., Va.; lightly soiled with a vertical file fold from the original letter, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7743   imageConfederate States, [Nottoway Co.] Nottoway Court House, pen-canceled three-margin 10¢ blue, type I (11) with manuscript "Nottoway C.Ho Va./Jany 3, 65" on turned cover, a folded address leaf to Petersburg, Va.; inside is a remnant of a 10¢ blue, type II (12) and a manuscript Harrellsville, N.C./Nov 23" postmark to Nottoway C.H., Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7744   imageConfederate States, [Orange Co.] Orange Court House, partial Oct 12 (1861) c.d.s. ("2" of "12" strengthened in pen) with matching handstamped "PAID" and manuscript "5" on a clean cover to Charlestown, Jefferson Co., Va. (now W.Va.), Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $300

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7745   imageConfederate States, [Orange Co.] Orange Court House, mostly clear red Oct 28 (1861) with manuscript "5" (Due) on a Soldier's cover to Mayesville, S.C.; endorsed "T.S. Reid Company F, 9th Regt S.C.V."; lightly soiled, flap repaired, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $150

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7746   imageConfederate States, [Orange Co.] Orange Court House, pen-canceled three-margin 5¢ blue, stone 3 (4) - broken inner oval above "DE" of "CONFEDERATE" - with a weak May 15 (1862) c.d.s. (manuscript date) on an embossed lady's envelope to the "University of Virginia"; lightly toned, stamp slightly damaged, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7747   imageConfederate States, [Page Co.] Luray, lightly struck blue Nov 7 (1861) c.d.s. with matching handstamped "PAID" and "5" in circle, the "PAID" struck over a manuscript "Paid 5", on a cover to Sangersville, va., Very Fine. This cover was used for the C.S.A. Catalog illustration of the Luray type B PAID 5. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $200

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7748   imageConfederate States, [Page Co.] Luray, mostly clear blue Jul 1 (1861) c.d.s. - "JUN" of c.d.s. changed to July with manuscript "ly" over "N" - with matching handstamped "PAID" (and manuscript "pd" on a cover addressed to "Near Orange C H, Va."; no rate but understood to be 10¢ this date being the first day of the letter rate being 10¢ regardless of distance; rounded upper left corner, Fine to Very Fine. This cover was used for the C.S.A. Catalog illustration of the Luray type A "PAID". (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $300

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7749   imageConfederate States, [Page Co.] Luray, manuscript "Luray Va/Jany 11, 1863" and "Paid 10" on a U.S. 3¢ Star-die envelope to Staunton, Va., Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $150+

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7750   imageConfederate States, [Patrick Co.] Patrick Court House, bold, mostly clear Oct 19 (1861) balloon c.d.s. with manuscript "Paid 5" on a clean brown cover to Va. State Congressman, C. Y. Thomas, Martinsville, Va., Very Fine, . One of only three recorded examples. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $150

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7751   imageConfederate States, [Patrick Co.] Patrick Court House, neat manuscript "Patrick CHo Va/June 22" (1861)" and "Paid 5" on a clean cover to Va. State Congressman, C. Y. Thomas, Henry C.H. (Martinsville), Va., Very Fine, . Only two examples recorded with all manuscript markings. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $150

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7752   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, bold Aug 5 (1861) c.d.s. with handstamped type C "PAID" and "5" in circle on a cover to Corporal H(ezekiah) Pigg, Care of Col. Edmunds, 38th Regt, Va. Vols at Manassas Junction; reduced slightly at the left (just into the c.d.s.), Fine to Very Fine. This cover was used for the C.S.A. Catalog illustration of the Pittsylvania C.H. type C PAID 5. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $200

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7753   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, mostly clear Dec 17 (1861) c.d.s. with handstamped type G "PAID" and "10" in circle - the "PAID" struck over a manuscript "Due" - on a cover to Montevallo, Ala.; endorsed by J.M.B. Peach, Chaplain, 10th Reg. Ala. Vols.; reduced slightly at the left; small tears at the upper left and lower left, Fine to Very Fine. This cover was used for the C.S.A. Catalog illustration of the type F Pittsylvania PAID 10. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $200

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7754   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, fresh, two-margin 5¢ olive green, stone A/B (1c) tied by a mostly clear Jan 15 (1862, date inverted) c.d.s. on a printed circular from the County Sheriff to Danville, Va., Very Fine, . The circular rate was only 2¢ thus overpaid by 3¢. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7755   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, lightly struck Dec 1 (1864) 29mm c.d.s. with handstamped boxed "PAID" and "10", all struck in the upper right corner, on a brown cover to Richmond; all-over foxing, Fine to Very Fine. The listing cover for this usage - the 29mm c.d.s. is far rarer than the 34mm variety. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $200

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7756   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, nice four-margin 10¢ blue, type II (12) tied by a partial (Pittsylvania?) C.H. c.d.s. on a brown cover to Capt. George D. Wise (son of former Governor, Henry Wise) Gen. Wise's Brigade, Richmond, Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7757   imageConfederate States, [Pittsylvania Co.] Pittsylvania Court House, manuscript "Pittsa C H Feb 21 (1865) and "Due 10" on a brown cover to a soldier in the "Pratt Hospital, Ward no 4", Lynchburg, Va.; the "Due 10" was applied in error, as a 10¢ blue, type I (11) was used to seal the flap (and subsequently pen-canceled - with only about 60% of it remaining), Fine to Very Fine. This is the only recorded manuscript postmark from Pittsylvania Court House. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7758   imageConfederate States, [Pocahontas Co.] Huntersville, manuscript "Huntersville Va/Aug 6th" (1861) and "Paid 10" on a cover to Monticello, Ga., Fine to Very Fine. Pocahontas County would become part of West Virginia. (Image) (Image2)

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C.S.A. Catalog $200

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7759   imageConfederate States, [Powhatan Co.] Powhatan Court House, complete but virtually unreadable - as always - Apr 12 (1862) Powhatan C.H. c.d.s. on a folded letter with excellent wartime content - datelined Montpelier - to Scottsburg, Halifax Co., Va.; minor edge toning, still Very Fine. Postal Officials in Richmond are known to have complained to the Powhatan C.H. Postmaster about the unreadable nature of his marking device,

The writer, William Pope Dabney, was a judge, a politician, a writer, and a farmer. The articulate, easily read letter refers to "Beuaregard's great victory" and notes, "I have no fears for the South side & am more confident than ever about the final outcome." On then-current local troop movements he writes, "…the county of Orange is filled with the Army of the Potomac which has fallen back from Manassas. The county of Culpepr will soon be overrun with the Enemy and Genl. Johnson will doubtless make a stand and risk battle on the banks of the Rapidan…" A marvelous letter.
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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7760   imageConfederate States, [Prince Edward Co.] Prince Edward Court House, four-margin 10¢ blue, Paterson print (2) tied by a poor strike (as always) of a Dec 8 (1862) Prince Edward C.H. c.d.s. on a cover to Staunton, Va.; stamp slightly defective, generally Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM

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