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CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Regular Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
661 E 1 image1862 cover with University of North Carolina advertising, letter enclosed, franked on back with 5c green, overall toning, canceled by grids and sent from Chapel Hill, March 31, minor backflap flaws, fine (Cat No. 1) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$190.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
662 E 4 image1861 5c blue, Stone 2, horizontal pair, ample margins to just touched, dark shade, tied by bold strikes of "Richmond Va. Jul. 12, 1862" circular datestamp on captured blue "General McClellan Mounted on Horse" Union Patriotic cover to Big Island Va., edge tears, some paper mending and address strengthened in pencil, fine appearance, ex Murphy (Siegel 2014 sale, $1,800 hammer) (Cat No. 4) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$700.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
663 E 4 image1862 5c blue, Stone 2 (pos.8), large margins to clear at left, tied by "Charleston, S.C. Apr. 8"" double-circle datestamp on yellow cover to "Gen. Pettigrew, 1st Brigade, Acquia District at Fredericksburg Va.", "Due 5" handstamp and also in red crayon "Gen. James J. Pettigrew April 62" docketing (possibly in his hand) at left, v.f., with 2004 C.S.A. certificate (the addressee, Brig. Genl. James J. Pettigrew, during the Peninsula Campaign (March - July 1862) in the summer of 1862, Pettigrew was severely wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines. He was hit by a mini ball that damaged his throat, windpipe, and shoulder. Pettigrew nearly bled to death, and while lying wounded, he received another bullet wound in the arm and was bayoneted in the right leg. Believing his wounds mortal, Pettigrew didn't permit any of his men to leave the ranks to carry him to the rear. Left for dead on the field, he recovered consciousness as a Union prisoner of war. Exchanged two months later, the general recovered from his wounds, spent the fall commanding a brigade in Maj. Gen. Daniel Harvey Hill's division around Richmond, and the winter commanding a brigade in North Carolina and southern Virginia. He returned to his North Carolina brigade just in time to begin the Gettysburg Campaign in June 1863. On July 3, Lee selected Pettigrew's division to march at the left of Maj. Gen. George Pickett's in the infamous "Pickett's Charge") (Cat No. 4) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
664 E 5 image1862 10c rose, margins all around, nice color, tied on small "ladies cover" (slightly reduced at right) by Richmond Va July 7, 1852 cds, addressed to S.C., with arrival docketing at top, v.f., with 2001 PSE certificate, cat. $750 (Cat No. 5) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
665 P 6P image1863 Jefferson Davis, 5c light blue, trial color die proof on glazed card, fresh, v.f. (Cat No. 6P) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
666 E 6 image1862 5c light blue (De La Rue printing), horizontal pair, margins all around, canceled by grid, with Athens, Ga Sep 29 cds at left, used on FL to "W.W. Clark, Member of Congress" in Richmond, fine (William White Clark was a member of Congress from Georgia) (Cat No. 6) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$90.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
667 E 6 image1862 5c blue, horizontal pair, tied by Richmond Aug 15 1862 cds on "Tyler & Son General Commission Merchants" embossed corner card advertising cover to Augusta, Ga, some backflap creases, v.f. and attractive cover (Cat No. 6) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$160.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
668 E 7 image1862 5c blue (Archer & Daly printing), vertical pair, margins close but clear at top, tied by Augusta, GA cds and addressed to Brig. Genl. John H. Morgan (of the "Morgan's Raid" fame) at Sparta, Tenn., some cover soiling, flap torn, fine usage (Cat No. 7) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$230.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
669 E 7 image1862 5c blue (Archer & Daly printing), horizontal pair, margins all around, tied by blue "Columbia S.C. Nov. 30" cds on blue cover to Marion C.H. S.C., v.f. (Cat No. 7) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$90.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
670 E 7 image1862 5c blue (Archer & Daly printing), horizontal pair, margins all around, tied by blue "Columbia, S.C. Dec. 27" cds on brown homemade cover to Rome, Ga, v.f. (Cat No. 7) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$90.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
671 E 8 image1863 2c brown red, four large to clear margins, tied by "Charleston S.C. Aug 8 186" cds on homemade cover addressed to Acting Assistant Surgeon, John Drayton, in charge of Negro Laborers at James Island, S.C. endorsed "O.B." at top left for official business and "Medical Purveyors Bureau, Charleston S.C.", minor cover faults and soiling, otherwise fine, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 8) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
672 E 8 image1862 cover with pair and two singles of 2c red brown (another stamp added at right), canceled by "Company Shops N.C." undated pmks, addressed to Salisbury, N.C., backflap missing, faults, fine appearance, with Molesworth's write-up on back (used stamps cat. $1,750) (Cat No. 8) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$230.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
673 E   image1863 Ship Island, Miss., straight-line departure handstamp U.S. Army Post Office Occupation Forces, soldier's letter, endorsed "C.Babbington, Chaplain, 26 Mass. April 9", handstamped "3" and addressed to Mass., fine (Ship Island was occupied by the advance-guard of General Butler's expedition, the troops consisted of the 26th Massachusetts and 9th Connecticut Volunteers, under command of Brigadier-General Phelps) (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
674 nh 13 image1863 20c green, horizontal pair, n.h., with parts of adjoining stamps on all sides, with 2019 PSE certificate graded "Gem 100J" (SMQ $1,100 for a single) (Cat No. 13) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$600.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA CSA - Patriotic cove
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
675 E   image1861 (Apr) Seven-Star Flag Confederate Patriotic cover franked with U.S. 3c dull red (small faults and lower right corner added), tied by Memphis, Ten. postmark, addressed to Vicksburg, Miss., envelope with closed tear at left and on back, fine appearance of pre-secession usage (Tennessee seceded from the Union on June 8, 1861), with Molesworth's notations on back, 2001 CSA certificate (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
676 E   image1861 (9 Mar) Eleven Star flag, mostly intact cover from Memphis, cachet showing Red, White and Blue Flag facing right, with 11th Star added at bottom (for Tennessee), "Due 5" handstamp, some faults, rare (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA CSA - Captured U.S.
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
677 E   image1862 (Sep 23) Jackson Miss., bold circular datestamp struck three times, once for a practical purpose with "Due 10" handstamp, twice more over "Eagle and Star" symbols of red and blue captured Union Patriotic cover to Port Gibson Miss., soldier's endorsement from member of 12th Miss. Regt., edges worn and stained at lower right, otherwise fine (last sold 2009 Siegel sale, $1,100 hammer) (Image)



Current Opening Price...$230.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
678 E   image1862 Col. John W. Geary of the 28th Pa. Regiment, light grayish blue Captured Union patriotic design showing three-quarter portrait on circa 1862 cover with "Winchester Va. Oct 8" cds with matching ""Due" and circled "10"" rating handstamps to Dayton Va., soldier's endorsement "John Haney Private, Company D, 10 Regt. Va. Vols." at left; slight soiling and minor edge wear, still v.f., ex-Warren (2013 Hammer $1,900) (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
679 E   image1862 (3 July) Richmond, Va. cds (Powell type 3a) with matching straight line "Due 10" handstamp, on captured Union patriotic cover showing red and blue "Flag & Eagle" design with pencil obliteration over "Union Forever", so that it reads "Disunion Forever", "Dr.Capehart Surgeon CSA" endorsement at upper right, signed Kimbrough (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM
680 E   image1862 Captured Union Patriotic cover "Washington Mounted on Horse" (Walcott No. 67) blue Patriotic design on cover to Memphis, Tenn. with balloon type cds of Corinth, Miss. Apr. 10 on reverse, with both "Due 5" manuscript and Memphis "Due 5" handstamp on front, magenta soldier's endorsement at top from L.S. Lake in Co. C, 13th Regiment Tennessee Volunteers, cover silked on the inside and lightly cleaned, v.f. appearance, ex-Everett and Monroe (Pictured in his book, page 30) (the sender has crossed out the "Union" inscription at the bottom of design, to make clear his Southern sentiments and has added at top left of design the manuscript notation "Taken From Yankees". (Private L.S. Lake of the 13th Tennessee, had just fought at the Battle of Shiloh (April 6-7), in which the regiment sustained 137 casualties, which might be one of the reasons why he deserted his unit at Corinth on April 25, 1862. He returned to his regiment, but again deserted at Shellyville, Tenn. on May 10, 1862) (Image)



Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 12:00 PM

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