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Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc. Sale: 1223

United States
Stampless Markings by State

Sale No: 1223
Lot No: 8044
Symbol: C
Cat No: Philadelphia

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image (Philadelphia to Baltimore, 1792) "13/AU". Clear Franklin mark and manuscript "12-1/2" rate on folded letter datelined "Philada. Augt. 13 1792" to James Perkins in Baltimore, light horizontal file fold, Very Fine (Image)

E. $ 100-150

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Closed..Jun-04-2020, 10:59:52 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 1223
Lot No: 8045
Symbol: C
Cat No: Newport

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image (Newport R.I., 1785) "N*P". Bold strike of brown handstamp with manuscript "18" rate on folded letter datelined "Newport 18 July 1785" to Captain Dudley Saltonstall in New London Conn., manuscript "Newport July 19th" next to postmark, Very Fine strike of this rare Newport marking, ASCC value $1,750.00 (Image)

E. $ 500-750

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Sold...US$ 350.00

Closed..Jun-04-2020, 11:00:29 EST
Sold For 350
Sale No: 1223
Lot No: 8046
Symbol: C
Cat No: Texas to Canada

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image (Victoria, Republic of Texas, to Gananoque, Canada, via New Orleans) Victoria March 27, 1845”. Dateline on folded letter from Republic of Texas to Gananoque, Canada, carried privately to New Orleans where received as a ship letter, blue New Orleans Apr. 18” circular datestamp, SHIP” straightline and manuscript 27” rate for 2c ship plus 25c over-400 miles rate, exchanged via Ogdensburg N.Y. and Prescott, Canada, with red Prescott U.C. Apr. 29, 1845” circular datestamp and manuscript rate U.S.P. 1/ 4-1/2 (+) 4-1/2 (=) 1/9”, red TOO LATE” straightline, Gananouqe Apr. 20 receiving backstamp


This lengthy letter is from Daniel McDonald, a Canadian serving as sheriff in Texas, to his brother in Gananoque. McDonald was part of the Mier Expedition, an unsuccessful military operation launched in November 1842 by a Texas militia against Mexican border settlements. He was liberated from Perote Prison and his letter contains interesting content related to criminal and other matters and includes the statement we have no doubts about annexation now”.

Ex Steinhart and Dr. Robertson (Image)

E. $ 1,500-2,000

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Sold...US$ 1,000.00

Closed..Jun-04-2020, 11:01:13 EST
Sold For 1000

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