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United States Postal History continued...

California Postal History continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2035 imageLetter Datelined "Last Resort, Near Weston July 18th, 1857" cover addressed to "Hon. James W. Denver", Washington. DC, hand carried and without postal markings, letter from "your friend Ben", seven pages concerning land speculation in California above San Francisco, Very Fine and most probably significant to historian. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:23 PM
District of Colombia Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2036 imageWashington DC Postal History, 1840s/1990s. group of 30 covers and postal stationery, various hand and machine cancels, including a scarce "Thomas's / Irving Hotel" marking on stampless cover; other interesting cancels include Georgetown Station, Southwest Station elipse, Brightwood/DC with enclosed Wedding Invitation, various duplex and elipse cancels, including Local, etc., F-VF (Image 1) 80

SOLD for $80.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:23 PM
Florida Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2037 image1846/47 10c Rate Stampless Covers, three covers; "APALACHICOLA / F.Ty." red Territorial Cancel, used during Statehood period to New York, "PENSACOLA / Flor." Black Cancel, used to New York, and "TALLAHASSEE / Flor." green cancel, with matching "10" paid marking, used to Middleburg, VA, (green cancels in used 1847-49), F-VF (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:23 PM
Louisiana Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2038 image"New Orleans, March 17, 1804" (Orleans Territory, Pre-Territorial Period), dateline on FLS to Philadelphia, manuscript "Barque American", red circle "6" rate (struck twice), interesting content refering to Louisiana as "Colony", also include second letter (same correspondence) dated 1807 mentioning arrival of troops (Col. Burr) and some insurection, same circular "6", both covers with soiling and ageing, F-VF. (Image 1) 100

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:24 PM
Massachusetts Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2039 image1840s/60s Cover Selection, group of 10 covers incl three stampless; Boyd's City Express, New York Express Mail, Taunton, Ms, and seven franked covers with #10, 11, 11A, 26A, 63 on bank circular, all used from Mass, most from Boston. Interesting group with good margins on imperfs, including huge margin copy on one; three on folded letters to Maine regarding shipments of granite, one light staining, still a Fine group (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:24 PM
New Jersey Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2040 image"College of New Jersey at Princenton", attractive 1844 illustrated letterhead showing layout of campus, "Whig Hall", Nassau Hall", Clio Hall", etc., folded letter sheet addressed to Yale College, New Haven, Ct., green Princeton, N.J. 11/30/(44) cds and matching "5" rate, Very Fine cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:25 PM
New York Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2041 image"N. York Nov 8" (1792), bold but partial strike with matching "Paid" straightline, manuscript 12½c rate and "Post Paid" on outer FLS to Litchfield, Conn., Very Fine cover, with research on Ephrim Kirby, a colorful Patriot and Revolutionary War veteran. (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:26 PM
Oklahoma (Indian Terr) Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2042 imageA-TO-KA P.O./ IND TER'Y May 7 1886 oval duplex on UX5, recipient's receiver stamp on address side, NY City backstamps, trivial light bend at left, Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for $60.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:26 PM
2043 imageOklahoma and Indian Terr Cancels on Postal Cards, 4 cards; excellent strike of OAK LODGE IND. TERR Apr 8 1885 on UX5; MIAMI IND.T. Dec 6 1898 on UX12 with pre-printed bank form on back; ENID OKLA Feb 3 1899 duplex on UX14 with a LYNN OKLA receiver cds on address side; CHICKASHA, IND. T./ REC'D arrival cancel on front side of UX18; some usual light postal wear; Fine group (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:26 PM
Pennsylvania Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2044 imagePottsgrove, Pa, 1815 War Rate, (8c +50%) neat small manuscript town and rate on lengthy FLS to Philadelphia, Very Fine, War Rates are extremely scarce from small towns. (Image 1) 90

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:27 PM
South Carolina Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2045 imageCharleston, S.C., 1815 War Rate (25c +50%) partial strike on lengthy FLS to Medfield, Mass., manuscript 37½ rate, Very Fine. (Image 1) 60

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:27 PM
Texas Postal History
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2046 imageAnderson Texas (CSA), near complete 35mm cds with matching "Paid" straight line, on "turned" letter to soldier in "Co. H, 20th Regt, T.V.I.", with additional turned letter to his wife in Anderson, Texas, manuscript Lake Creek town cancel and "Paid 10" handstamp, both covers with normal wear, Fine, wonderful "married" pair of covers. (ASCC $175 for Anderson, other not listed) (Image 1) 140

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:28 PM
2047 imageColumbus, Texas, complete red 46x3mm straight line on 1848 FLS to Austin City, Texas, ms. "Feb 23rd, 1848, Paid 5", cover is aged with splitting along file folds and evenly toned, great strike on about Fine cover which would benefit from restoration, listed but unpriced in ASCC. (Image 1) 150

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:28 PM
2048 imageEagle Pass, Tex. (CSA), partial cds on 1864 lengthy letter to Houston, datelined Matamoros 9/28/64, "Paid" handstamp without rate visible, some ink erosion and some separation along some fplds, otherwise Fine. (ASCC $225).rn (Image 1) 100

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:28 PM
2049 image"Fort McIntosh near Laredo Tx. Febry 17, 1850" dateline on FLS to "Pay Master General, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C.", well struck 32mm San Antonio, TXS. 2/25 cds with matching boxed "10" (ms. obliterated), ms. "Official Business", light toning, mostly along filefolds, otherwise F-VF cover. (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:29 PM
2050 imageGriffin, Texas, manuscript town on partial outer FLS to Galveston, 3c (11), not tied by matching manuscript cross hatching, Very Fine, scarce town, unlisted in ASCC (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:29 PM
2051 imageMatagorda, Txs, bold and well struck blue 33.5mm cds and matching "10" rate (manuscript obliterated) on 1849 FLS to Sec. of War in Washington D.C., detailed letter mentioning improvements of Colorado River at Matagorda, Very Fine. (ASCC $75). (Image 1) 40

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:29 PM
2052 image(Mt. Pleasant), Texas (CSA), "Paid" straightline handstamp with additional "5" in circle (struck twice signifying 10c rate), FLS datelined Mt. Pleasant, 5/12/62, Very Fine and unusual marking. (ASCC $300). (Image 1) 150

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:29 PM
2053 imagePt. Isabel, Texas, Mexican War, shaded italic letters, partial 35x3mm straight line on 1847 f.l.s. datelined "Camp before Monterey, Sept. 25, 1846", letter addressed to Brig. Gen. N. Towson, Washington City, contents include "Capt. Eaton General Taylors aide-de-camp will carry to Washington the news of the glorious sucess of our arms and the capitulation of Monterey", ms. "Service" and "20" rate, couple vertical filefolds, VF and scarce Mexican War cover. (ASCC $800). (Image 1) 250

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:29 PM
2054 imagePt. Isabel, Texas, Mexican War, well struck and virtually complete 27x3mm straight line on FLS. to Washington, D.C., letter datelined "Monterey Jany 26, 1846" and regarding military application, handstamp "10" rate, ms. obliterated (possibly sent free), light edge wear and light soiling across top (trivial), F-VF cover. (ASCC $200). (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $80.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 02:30 PM

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