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Siegel Sale 1000 continued...

Civil War Patriotics
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1066° c 3c Rose (65).> Bright color, tied by Washington D.C. Jan. 9 double-circle datestamp on hand-colored <Camp Scene Magnus Patriotic> cover to Mt. Holly Vt., purple 1863 docketing at left, slightly reduced at
right and few small mended edge flaws<><3c Rose (65). Bright color, tied by "Washington D.C. Jan. 9" double-circle datestamp on hand-colored "Camp Scene" Magnus Patriotic cover to Mt. Holly Vt., purple 1863 docketing at left, slightly reduced at right and few small mended edge flaws

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE AND SPECTACULAR HAND-COLORED MAGNUS PATRIOTIC. ESPECIALLY DESIRABLE AND SELDOM SEEN WITH THE STAMP TIED ON THE FRONT OF THE COVER.

With 1988 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 2,000-3,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1067° c 3c Rose (65).> Rich color, tied by bold strike of indistinct circular datestamp on red and blue <Jefferson Davis and Confederate Shield Patriotic with Anti-Confederate Overprint This is the Greatest Traitor of
Them All,> pro-secession caption Sout3c Rose (65). Rich color, tied by bold strike of indistinct circular datestamp on red and blue Jefferson Davis and Confederate Shield Patriotic with Anti-Confederate Overprint "This is the Greatest Traitor of Them All", pro-secession caption "Southern Rights and Southern Institutions" overprinted with "May be Secured in the Union, Separated from it Never!!", addressed to Academia Penn., some slight toning, otherwise Very Fine, a rare "converted" patriotic with red and blue Confederate design overprinted with pro-Union slogans (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1068° c 12c Black (69).> Two, used with <1c Blue (63) and 3c Rose (65),> tied by large Paid grids and red Boston Br. Pkt. 7 Paid Feb. 25 credit datestamp on red and blue <The Constitution Handshake Patriotic cover to
Dr. Henry C. Angell in Vienna, Aust12c Black (69). Two, used with 1c Blue (63) and 3c Rose (65), tied by large "Paid" grids and red "Boston Br. Pkt. 7 Paid Feb. 25" credit datestamp on red and blue "The Constitution" Handshake Patriotic cover to Dr. Henry C. Angell in Vienna, Austria, red "Aachen Franco" handstamp also ties stamps, receiving backstamp, docketed at right, right 12c small piece out at left center, 1c pulled perf and small tear

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A COLORFUL UNION PATRIOTIC COVER TO AUSTRIA FROM THE FAMOUS ANGELL CORRESPONDENCE.

Dr. Henry C. Angell was an optometrist who spent a considerable amount of time in Europe. Covers are known sent to him in France, Italy, England, Germany and Austria, plus a very few forwarded to other destinations. He was an art collector and undoubtedly appreciated the wide variety of Civil War patriotic envelopes mailed to him while he travelled abroad. In a New York Times article (March 6, 1897), Dr. Angell's name is mentioned in connection with the loan of seven works of art to an exhibition in Boston at Copley Hall, including two works by Corot.

Ex Matthies. With 1997 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1069° c 24c Red Lilac (70).> Used with three singles of <1c Blue (63) and 3c Rose (65),> tied by large Paid grids and red Boston Sep. 19 Paid 12 credit datestamp on red and blue <Youngs Kentucky Regiment Patriotic
cover  Dr. Henry C. Angell in Paris, Fr24c Red Lilac (70). Used with three singles of 1c Blue (63) and 3c Rose (65), tied by large "Paid" grids and red "Boston Sep. 19 Paid 12" credit datestamp on red and blue Young's Kentucky Regiment Patriotic cover Dr. Henry C. Angell in Paris, France, originally addressed to Florence, Italy, but crossed out by sender (probably to reflect recipient's current whereabouts), lefthand 1c stamp small piece out, right 1c stamp small tear at top

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A COLORFUL AND SPECTACULAR PATRIOTIC COVER FROM THE ANGELL CORRESPONDENCE.

Dr. Henry C. Angell was an optometrist who spent a considerable amount of time in Europe. Covers are known sent to him in France, Italy, England, Germany and Austria, plus a very few forwarded to other destinations. He was an art collector and undoubtedly appreciated the wide variety of Civil War patriotic envelopes mailed to him while he travelled abroad. In a New York Times article (March 6, 1897), Dr. Angell's name is mentioned in connection with the loan of seven works of art to an exhibition in Boston at Copley Hall, including two works by Corot.

Ex Matthies. With 2003 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction

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