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1861-1867 Issues




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Lot 6733

1861, 1¢ blue and 3¢ rose (Scott 63, 65), tied by boxed "Paid" cancel and red Boston MA double circle c.d.s., on cover addressed to Barnstable MA, with contents, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $30.
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Lot 6734

1861, 1¢ blue and 3¢ rose pink (Scott 63, 64b), tied by "New York/Sep/24" c.d.s. on carrier used to Washington DC; reduced at right, two small tears at top, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6735

1861, 1¢ blue (Scott 63), strip of three tied by blue fancy cancels with matching "Chicago Ill/RA/Sep/24" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Buffalo NY; reduced at left, F.-V.F. Scott $57.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6736

1861, 1¢ blue (Scott 63), strip of three with part imprint tied by grid cancels with "Danbury Ct/Sep/11/1861" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Southville CT; reduced at left, F.-V.F. Scott $57.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6737

1861, 1¢ blue (Scott 63), tied on 1¢ postal entire (U19) by "Worcester Mass/Oct/4" c.d.s., addressed to Hardwick MA, F.-V.F. Scott $57.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6738

1861, 3¢ rose pink (Scott 64b), tied by "Portland ME/May 18/1863" double circle c.d.s., on cover addressed to Auburn ME, F.-V.F. Scott $180.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6739

1861, 3¢ rose pink (Scott 64b), tied to a small yellow cover to Bucksport, Maine by a September 9, 1861 Portland, Maine c.d.s., Fine. Scott $180.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6740

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by Augusta, Me. duplex on all-over illustrated State of Maine, Council Chamber cover with original letter on matching letterhead, Dec 17, 1865; stamp with small faults, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6741

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by fancy Boston geometric cancel on corner card cover of the American Sunday School Union, publishers, to Newburyport, Mass., includes original letter on matching letterhead; stamp with straight edge, Very Fine, a rare marking, unlisted in Blake.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6742

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by fancy Boston geometric cancel (Blake 1177) on corner card cover of Ballou, Hibbard & Frye, commission merchants, to Wells River, Vt.; flap missing, otherwise Very Fine, a rare marking.
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 6743

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by paint red target with matching town cancel on cover postmarked Eastham, Mass. c.d.s., F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6744

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by fancy Boston geometric cancel (Blake 1221B) on cover with violet corner card of Merrill Brothers, "Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Drugs, &c.", to Monmouth, Me.; includes original Merrill Bros. invoice, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6745

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by neat Hallowell, Me. c.d.s., Dec 17, 1861 on corner card cover from The Hallowell Gazette, to Fryeburg, Me.; includes original letter, in which the writer, Charles Nash of the Hallowell Gazette, seeking appointment as an Assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives, encloses his business card and requests the endorsement of the addressee, George B. Barrows, a then-current member of the House, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6746

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by blue Jacksonville, Fla. rosette duplex on corner card cover of Taylor House, hotel, to Barre Centre, N.Y.; stamp average, cover Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6747

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), single, socked-on-the-nose "FORT SCHUYLER 1863" postmark, on small ladies type cover addressed to Phildelphia; stamp with natural straight edge at right, cover with small toned spots, Fine.
Suggested Bid $55

Fort Schuyler was located in the Bronx on the Throg's Neck, built to defend NYC Harbor, it was used as a prison during the Civil War and held as many as 500 CSA prisoners during the war
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Lot 6748

1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by red target with matching Saint Albans VT c.d.s. on cover addressed to Boston MA; toning along bottom edge, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6749

1861, 10¢ yellow green (Scott 68), tied by indistinct c.d.s. on cover to St Catherines Canada, red St Catherines receiver on reverse; reduced at left, F.-V.F. Scott $80.
Suggested Bid $24.
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Lot 6750

1861, 30¢ orange (Scott 71), tied by circular grid, with Lyons NY c.d.s., red New York transit, manuscript "Via Bavarian Closed Mail" at left, on cover addressed to Germany, German receivers on reverse; overall wear and edge flaws, F.-V.F. Scott $325.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6751

1867, 3¢ red, F. grill (Scott 94), tied by "N. York Steamship/Mar/29" cds with matching "Due 7" straight line, on cover addressed to New Haven CT, manuscript "S.S. Narragansett"; reduced at left, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $140.
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