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Missouri
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
113   imageStampless. Stampless. Missouri

Missouri -- 1859 transatlantic stampless cover from St. Charles to Prussia New York PAID via Bremen mark along with America uber Bremen Franco mark. Attractive transatlantic cover. (Image1) (image2)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
New Hampshire
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
114   imageStampless. Stampless. New Hampshire

New Hampshire -- Hanover 1832 stampless folded letter to Newbury Massachusetts No content. However, a notation on the back says: Rev. Benj Larkin about going to Portland. Premium postmark and 12 1/2 cent rate to Newbury. Tear where seal was broken does not affect anything. Condition very good. (Image1)

Est. 50

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
115   imageStampless. New Hampshire

New Hampshire -- Manchester 1842 stampless folded letter to Boscawen NH Full, moderately strong Manchester black postmark and 6-cent manuscript mark on this sfl to Boscawen  No content. Previous owner wrote 1842 date on item and that appears to be correct. (Image1)

Est. 20

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
116   imageStampless. New Hampshire

New Hampshire -- Portsmo (Portsmouth) 1830 stampless folded letter to Concord NH Two-page letter from landlord to tenant that he is unwilling to make improvements to the property the tenant has requested. (Image1)

Est. 25

SOLD for $10.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Vermont
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
117   imageStampless. Stampless. Vermont

Vermont -- Brattleboro 1820 manuscript stampless folded letter to Boston Clean letter with tear only where seal was broken. Husband writing to his wife that he misses her and looks forward to her return. (Image1)

Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
United States
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
118   imageStampless. Stampless. United States

United States -- Cut squares from stampless covers Lot of community, ship, due cut squares from stampless covers. (Image1) (image2)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
119   imageStampless. United States

Boston & Albany Railroad stampless cover Light postmark on cover to Coventry Rhode Island. (Image1)

Est. 50

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Washington RR
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
120   imageStampless. Stampless. Washington RR

Washington Railroad -- 1840-1857 stampless cover to Godfrey Illinois Blue Washington RailRd postmark on this stampless cover.  Blue 10-cent rate.  Ladies cover in good condition...no tears, clean break where seal was broken.  Strike quite good for this rare Postal History postmark. (Image1)

Est. 175

SOLD for $30.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Alaska
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
200   imagePostal History. Postal History. Alaska

Alaska Territory -- Ketchikan 1909 cover from Edward Marsden to Amos Wells Not only an early Alaska cover, but a cover for correspondence between two prominent people. The Rev. Edward Marsden was a Canadian-American missionary and member of the Tsimshian nation who became the first Alaska Native to be ordained in the ministry. He was born in Metlakatla, BC. As a teenager, Marsden was one of the approximately 800 Tsimshians who undertook an epic canoe voyage in 1887 to found the dissident community of "New Metlakatla" on Annette Island in the very southeast of Alaska. The Presbyterian missionary Sheldon Jackson arranged for Marsden to attend the Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania and then Marietta College in Ohio, making him the first Alaska Native to receive higher education in the "lower 48." During his education there, he joined the Presbyterian Church. In 1897 he became the first North American Indian to be licensed to preach in the U.S. Amos Russel Wells was a United States editor, author and professor. He graduated from Antioch College in 1883; was professor of Greek and geology at Antioch College 1883-1891 and from 1891 editor of the Christian Endeavor World, Boston- He was a voluminous author, no less than 63 titles being credited to his pen. Cover shows wear at top. Historic piece. (Image1)

Est. 0

SOLD for $350.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
California
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
201 152 imagePostal History. Postal History. California

California -- Scott #152 on San Francisco Cal Registered postmarked cover to Cambridge Massachusetts Fancy cancels add to value of this cover. Stamp is on postal stationery. Nibbled perfs top upper right. (Image1)

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Cat Value. 500

SOLD for $300.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Georgia
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
202 OX10 imagePostal History. Postal History. Georgia

Georgia -- Scott #OX10 and additional postage on 1899 Dalton Patriotic cover with postage due, advertised and unclaimed plus Post Office Seal Lots to like on this cover. Auxiliary markings on front and back. Barry Chattanooga Tenn receiver. Cover went to General Delivery where it was advertised and eventually unclaimed. $500+++ cover. (Image1) (image2)

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Cat Value. 300

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Hawaii
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
203   imagePostal History. Postal History. Hawaii

Hawaii -- Scott #U1, #UX4,#Y3m postal stationery entires All unused. U1 slight soiling, UX4 small piece missing lower left corner, Y3m clean and sharp. (Image1)

Est. 70

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Louisiana
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
204   imagePostal History. Postal History. Louisiana

Louisiana -- Steamboat - Str St Nicholas Leaves N.O. Jan 12 '67 steamship on this cover Carroll, Hoy & Co. correspondence. Exceptionally bold and complete blue cancel on immaculate 3ct entire. Pin holes as always. Extremely fine and choice gem. Milgram 1319. (Image1)

Est. 0

SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
205 69 imagePostal History. Louisiana

Louisiana -- Scott #69 and #65 1866 New Orleans to Paris France Civil War Reconstruction Period cover Cover sent from New Orleans via New York to Paris. New York 6 maritime mark and Paris receiver. Great cover with Civil War reconstruction period connection. Backflap missing. (Image1)

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Cat Value. 250

SOLD for $120.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
206   imagePostal History. Louisiana

Louisiana -- New Orleans 1863 Union occupation transatlantic letter to Paris France Letter dated June 18, 1863 and postmarked New Orleans LA on June 20 at unpaid 30cts French Mail rate. Red "held for Postage". Additional June 27 New Orleans postmark on back. Blue Dead Letter Office/POD...a rare mark. Finally processed by NY exchange office on August 16 and carried on ship America to Southampton. Paris transit. Unusual and scarce. (Image1) (image2)

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Est. 800

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
207 152 imagePostal History. Louisiana

Louisiana -- Scott #145, #146x2, #147,x2, #152 on New Orleans registered Civil War reconstruction period cover to Cobham Depot Virginia Pie wedge fancy cancels. Cover also is postal stationery. Nice arrangement of stamps. 15ct has nibbled perfs on bottom. Rough opening at top. (Image1)

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Cat Value. 300

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Maine
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
208 U10 imagePostal History. Postal History. Maine

Maine -- Scott #U10 postal stationery cover from Monmouth Maine to Winthrop Maine Absolutely beautiful blue postmark on this 1850s cover. Excellent item for postal stationery and Maine postal history collectors. Tear upper right corner. (Image1) (image2)

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Cat Value. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
209   imagePostal History. Maine

Maine -- Wiscasset Maine 1810 earliest known use stampless folded letter According to ASCC, earliest known use of a stampless Wiscasset Maine item is 1821. This SFL is dated September 10, 1810. The content is a sales brochure forwarded from Liverpool England. The cover letter notes insurance rates in guineas to or from the United States. Current prices for commodities are listed. Rare and possibly unique. Very fine condition. (Image1) (image2) (image3) (image4)

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Est. 450

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
Massachusetts
LotNo. CatNo. Lot Description
210   imagePostal History. Postal History. Massachusetts

Massachusetts -- Easton Mass straight line postmark and Fall River 1ct receiver on 1908 postcard. Both postmarks are scarce. Great combination. Fresh and clean. (Image1) (image2)

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Est. 0

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM
211   imagePostal History. Massachusetts

Massachusetts -- 1c banknote on 1877 Brockton local delivery cover with content Clean cover with numeral 11 reverse postmark. Content is invitation to the Paul Revere Lodge, F and AM Masquerade February 21, 1877 with a Dramatic Entertainment event scheduled for March 7. Ladies are welcome to both events. (Image1)

Est. 0

SOLD for $25.00
Closing..Apr-13, 06:00 PM

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