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Ship Covers
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2669 cover Franklin Lake Champlain imageSteam-Packet Franklin Lake Champlain Capt. R.W. Sherman, boldly struck large red circular handstamp at top left of folded letter datelined "Tuesday evening 18 Oct. 1831" that reads, "Dear Sir, I called at your house at half past six. Your wife is much better than she was yesterday evening. The unpleasant symptoms having ??? ??? measure subaecia(?). Mary is also better. Miss Bailey is there & so things appear to be going well. Yours very successfully J.C. Lambert" addressed to John B. Hallenback Esq. at Rousses Point N.Y. with docketing "Dr. F. Chamberlain letter Oct. 18, 1831", light vertical folds, still, Very Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $300-400
SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2670 cover Kouns Line image"Kouns Line / Str. Navigator / Leaves Tuesday / G.L. Kouns & Bro. 59 Common St.", four line handstamp in bright green on 3c Pink on Buff entire (U59), to Carroll Hoy & Co. of New Orleans, couple staple holes at top, Very Fine, Milgram #975, The "Navigator" was a 243 ton freighter built at Brownsville Pa. in 1862 and purchased by Kouns Red River Packet Co. in September 1866. It was lost 30 miles down river from Shreveport with 700 bales of cotton on February 6th, 1867. Purchased by the consignor in 1993; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog accompany. (Image)

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Estimate $400-600
SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
2671 cover Memphis & New Orleans imageMemphis & New Orleans U.S.M. Monday Packet Ingomar. J.D. Clarke, Commander, clear large red oval handstamp on cover to Carroll Hoy & Co. of New Orleans, "Steam" handstamp ties 3c 1857 (Scott #26), "New Orleans LA. Mar. 2 1860" double circle datestamp, top flap mostly removed and small repair at top right, still Very Fine and very rare, this was purchased by the consignor at a Kelleher sale many years ago and we have not seen another in decades. (Image)

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Estimate $400-500
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
2672 cover Nachitoches image"From Nachitoches/Packet/* D. R. CARROLL *" (Klein 131), bold blue oval handstamp at top left and faint second strike & bold "STEAM" ties 3c Dull Red (Scott #26) affixed directly over another example (uncanceled; stuck together at time of mailing?), on folded cover to Carroll Hoy & Co. of New Orleans "New Orleans Nov. 16, 1858" circular datestamp at le ft and ms. "Freight" at bottom left, horizontal file fold at bottom, still Very Fine, ex Haas (where purchased by the consignor in 1983; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog accompany). (Image)

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Estimate $300-400
SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
2673 cover Natchez imageU.S. Mail Packet Natchez (Milgram 962), oval handstamp, clear strike of blue oval handstamp and manuscript docketing tie 3¢ 1851 (Scott #11) on folded letter datelined "Rodney (Miss.) Nov. 13th 1855" that begins with "Dear Sir, We ship per Steamer Natchez 6 Bales Cotton to be sold …" to New Orleans La., matching blue "Route 7309" oval handstamp at top center, manuscript "Natchez" at top left,notes by Stanley Ashbrook on back, Extremely Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $200-300
SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
2674 cover New Orleans & Red River image"N. Orleans & Red River/Packet/Lecompte/c. Johnson, Master'! Sim Smith, Clerk" (Klein 307), printed corner card on cover franked with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by 7-bar grid cancel to Carroll Hoy & Co. of New Orleans, Extremely Fine, ex Haas (where purchased by the consignor in 1983; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog accompany). (Image)

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Estimate $300-400
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
2675 cover New Orleans & St. Louis image"N.O. & St. Louis R.R. Line,/CHAMPION,/C.B. Moore, Capt.! Duvall W. Young, CI'k", well struck oval handstamp on cover addressed to "Capt. Wm. Moore, Steamer Hope Vicksburg", most of top flap removed, still Extremely Fine, ex Haas (where purchased by the consignor in 1983; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog, and cut out from the 1940 auction catalog of the James Arnold collection accompany). (Image)

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Estimate $300-400
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
2676 cover Peytona imagePeytona, clearly struck red small circle handstamp with race horse in center on partially printed bill of lading for a shipment of sugar for D.L. Adams & Co. of Louisville dated Feb. 16, 1848 with woodcut of steamboat and wharf, addressed to Cornwall & Bro. of Louisville, Very Fine and rare, Milgram #1097, The "Peytona" ran Louisville to New Orleans from her launch in 1846 to dismantling in 1852. Named after a famous Kentucky race horse, her owner, Capt. John Shallcross used the image of a horse on his cachet. Purchased by the consignor in 1993; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog accompany. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $750-1,000
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
2677 cover Princeton imagePrinceton, bold strike of fancy boxed handstamp on folded letter datelined "Ouachita County, Ark. Jan. 13th 1849" to New Orleans asking the recipient to advise the sender of the amount that the bale of Plated Cotton sold for, Extremely Fine strike, Milgram #1145. Purchased by the consignor in 1993; original lot card and cut outs of description and photograph from the auction catalog accompany. (Image)

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Estimate $500-750
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction

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