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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1844 cover Georgia Waverly Hall image[Georgia] "Waverly Hall Geo, Nov 7th", bold manuscript postmark with small handstamped "PAID  10" on a cover to Williamston, Martin Co., N.C.; a bit toned on the left side, small part of back right edge missing, otherwise Very Fine. Very scarce—listed but not illustrated in the C.S.A. Catalog.
C.S.A. Catalog $200. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $200-300
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1845 cover Texas PORT LAVACA image[Texas] PORT LAVACA, Tex., Very Fine strike of a Jun 17, 1861 c.d.s. with a type B handstamped "PAID 5" on a cover to "Southerland [Sutherland] Springs, Texas", reduced somewhat at the left, minor edge flaws, Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [United States Texas PORT LAVACA]

Estimate $150-200
SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1846 cover Virginia STRIBLING SPRINGS image[Virginia] STRIBLING SPRINGS Va., light Sep 23 (1861) c.d.s. with a manuscript "Paid 10" on a folded letter from C.S.A. soldier, Whiteford Russell, to his wife in Augusta, Ga.; slight internal splitting, Fine.


In the marvelous, well-written letter, datelined Stribling Springs, Sept. 23rd, 1861, Russell writes "…from all appearances we will do nothing this fall = the Army of the Potomac may intend to surprise and capture Baltimore while they hold Washington City in a state of alarm = the Army of the Mississippi seems to be 'retreating and advancing, marching and counter-marching' and gaining nothing and losing nothing. A head much wiser than mine must untie the 'Gordian Knot" that seems pregnant with a nations fate" and "I cannot, here in this dreary God-forsaken country - realize that I am fighting for home - that my efforts are to free my own native state from the dominion of the enemy - the people here sympathise but little with us - lend us little aid - we are freeing a people who don't want to be free - were it not for the principle at stake the whole country might go to thunder."
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Get Market Data for [United States Virginia STRIBLING SPRING]

Estimate $200-300
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction

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