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United States Postal History including The Angel Collection continued...

U.S. and Confederate States Group Lots
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1038 c Independent and Confederate State Use of U.S. Postage. Nine covers mostly on original lot cards, with three 3c Dull Red, Ty. III (26), five 3c Star Die entire and one 3c Nesbitt entire (U10), Independent use including four from Charleston S.C. and one from Richmond Va., Confederate State use including three Georgia from Atlanta, Savannah and Calhoun, the latter incorrectly stating to "Hon. Howell Cobb, Pres. Congress Con. States" (sent exactly one month after Jefferson Davis became President, replacing Cobb as President of the Provisional Congress), also from Montgomery Ala. on Adjutant General's Office corner card official cover, mostly Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $550.00
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1039   Confederate Collection Balance. 30 covers plus some additional singles, nearly all on original lot cards from dealers or auctions, with Postmasters' Provisionals including Nos. 18XU1, 57XU1, 80XU1, 101XU1 and 26X1, General Issues including Nos. 1 plus a few singles, 2e, and 3, we notice adversity uses and two South-to-North prisoner of war covers, some slightly mixed condition but mostly Fine or better

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E. $ 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $4,000.00
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1040   Confederate Texas Accumulation. Sixteen items, most on auction lot cards, including Houston 10c Red entire provisional (No. 40XU2) from Adriance correspondence, Texana Feb. 16 (1861) on Star Die entire used after Ordinance of Secession but prior to going into effect, Confederate State use with manuscript Sutherland Springs and U.S. 3c Dull Rose, Ty. II (26), "Terry's Texas Rangers" cover from Shelbyville, General Issues with No. 1 from Houston plus small pieces from Corpus Christi, Indianola and Chapel Hill, plus more, some small faults but much is Fine or better

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E. $ 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,100.00
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1041 c ImageConfederate Patriotic Cover Balance. Balance of nine covers, five are Patriotic designs, flags include F12-5 and F10-3 stampless uses, cannon with CN-3 used with No. 1, Davis designs include JD-1B with No. 2 and JD-1C with No. 4, mixed condition with flaws to be expected but overall a Fine appearing and useful group, the other covers include 5c Stone 3 (4b) and 5c Stone 2 (4a) on homemade oatmeal cover, next two are stampless including Charleston S.C. with large bold "2" drop-letter rate handstamp, Jasper Tex. with large rimless woodcut type with manuscript rate, finally unused "The Sunny South, Our Country" slogan Patriotic cover, some minor thinning on back from prior mounting, still very rare even unused (only one is known used) (Image)

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E. $ 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,300.00
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1042   ImageConfederate Small Balance. Three items, No. 4 showing "Spur on Scroll" variety, tied on piece by Marietta Ga. circular datestamp, also Nos. 6 and 11 on separate covers from Marietta, first addressed to Savannah Ga. postmaster Solomon Cohen, the latter an interesting re-used cover with a second postmark below the stamp, Very Fine (Image)

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E. $ 150-200

SOLD for $160.00
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1043 c Stampless Covers Balance. 18 items, including July 1, 1845 use (first day of new 5c rate), cover to Canada with hotel advertising design on back, 1851 use soliciting funds for anti-slavery cause, few nice Valentines with enclosures, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 200-300

SOLD for $425.00
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1044 c Mostly Stampless Balance. Five covers, including clear strike of red B.F. Stevens oval datestamp on blue cover from London to Washington D.C., Jan. 1857 cover from Washington D.C. to Vera Cruz, Mexico, cover with "SACRAMENTO/OCT 21, 1840" two-line datestamp with "40" rate to Va., cover with small "BRAZOS" datestamp used in 1848 to Georgetown S.C., last is a 3c entire with red cancel resembling a witch and addressed to the chief of the Cherokee Indians at Tahlequah, mixed condition, still an interesting group

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $700.00
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1045 c 1c 1851 Issue Cover Balance. Twelve covers or circulars, including strip of three of No. 9 used in Maine, No. 9 on circvular, strip of three of Nos. 8A-8-8A used in Texas (margins clear to in), three strips of three with No. 7, few other circular rate uses, margins to in, few faults but overall Fine-Very Fine and nice group

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $1,300.00
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1046 c 1c 1857 Issue Cover Balance. 16 covers and one front, nice group of single frankings including No. 20 (4), one with No. 22 (E Relief), No. 24 with interpane margin and one with part captured imprint, several Type V single frankings -- some may turn out to be the Type Va -- No. 24 with red carrier, few other better, some faults to be expected but overall Fine-Very Fine group

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $800.00
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1047 c 3c 1851 Issue Cover Balance. 27 covers, including one with 96L5L cracked plate, one with "Advertised" and large Dead Letter Office handstamp, No. 10A with left sheet margin tied by blue railroad circular datestamp, one used from Mokelumne Hill Cal., impressive group of twelve covers with pairs used from Agua Fria Cal. with a range of shades, No. 11A on cover with topographical map of Nebraska Territory, one is No. 26, some faults, some appear Fine-Very Fine, a diverse group

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $650.00
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1048 c 1869 Pictorial Issue Cover Balance. Three 1869 covers used from Rhode Island, including No. 115, also Nos. 112-113 used together, finally No. 114, few small flaws including 6c nicked, overall Fine, also includes 10c Columbian on cover (No. 237)

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E. $ 200-300

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