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Postal History continued...

Confederate Civil War Postal History
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6 cover SM-1, verse 13 imageLarge Mounted Dragoon, "Gather around your country's…" (C.S.A. Catalog SM-1, verse 13), soldier's cover to Warthen's Store, Ga., postmarked Richmond, Jan 10, 1863 with straightline "Due 10"; endorsed by a soldier from Co. "E" 15th Regt. Ga Vols, Toombs Bigade; reduced somewhat at the right with some toning, Fine, signed B. Green. C.S.A. Catalog $1,000. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $300-400
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
7 cover   image1861 (Aug. 3), Adams Express Company Through-the-Lines cover from Louisville, KY, to Oswego, NY, franked by 3¢ Washington (#26) tied by open blue grid, with matching "Louisville/AUG4/1861/KY." postmark alongside, both overstriking "Adams Ex. Co./AUG/3/1861/Louisville KY" postmark in black; manuscript "30" at top; the cover with repaired opening tears, the stamp with a tear at upper right, still a great piece of Civil War postal history, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $200-300
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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