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Lot 9001

[Florida Territory] Apalachicola, "Apalachicola F.Ty/Apr/8" cds with ms "25" rate on 1838 folded letter sheet to Providence RI, cotton business, vertical filefold, Very Fine.
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Lot 9002

[Florida] St Augustine E. Flo, "St Augustine E. Flo/Feb/2" oval, 28x24mm, with ms "25" rate on 1838 folded letter sheet to Providence RI, personal letter, mentions arrival of Grand Caravan of Animals, vertical filefold, Very Fine.
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Lot 9003

[Florida Territory] St. Augustine, "St. Augustine Fl.T./Apr/13" cds with manuscript "25" rate on 1844 folded letter sheet addressed to Newburgh NY, two page business letter, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $250
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Realized $130.
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Lot 9004

[Florida] TALLAHASSEE FLOA. 1840 (Leon Co.). Clear oval year dated handstamp with "A" of "FLOA" high, manuscript "25" on folded printed notice datelined Port Leon addressed to NYC, Very Fine territorial usage.
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Lot 9005

[New York] "Sherwoods/ Corners/ N.Y." rare stencilled postmark, superb impression of a fancy blue stenciled c.d.s. with manuscript "Apl 8" date on a partly-printed Cayuga County legal judgment to Bath, New York, with manuscript "Pd. 10" and "paid 10" rates; vertical file fold affects nothing of importance. A truly extraordinary example of this scarce stencil postmark, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $500
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Realized $400.
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Lot 9006

[Rhode Island] Newport, three different ovals: 1.) large 53 x 44 mm oval Oct 30 (1822) on a small outer folded letter to Boston with manuscript "10" rate; 2.) Old English style 41 x 34 mm oval in dark green, Aug 21 on a full 1823 folded letter to Bristol with manuscript "6" rate; and 3.), the same 34 x 41 mm oval in red, Mar 14 (no year) on a small outer folded letter to Providence with manuscript "6" rate. A Very Fine and very scarce group.
Suggested Bid $750
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Lot 9007

Wells Fargo & Co Galveston TX, 2¢ (U318) with Wells Fargo Express Paid frank to Galveston TX, with violet boxed date & address handstamp (Leutzinger 21-10), Very Fine, with 2010 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $300
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Realized $150.
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Lot 9008

[College] Murfreesboro NC, Wesleyan Female College, 3¢ (26) tied by Murfreesboro NC NC c.d.s., on blue shield cameo ad cover, addressed to University of Virginia; ink docketing lower left, Very Fine, with 2005 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 9009

[Medicine] Boston, Mass, Dr. Stephen Jewett's Medicines, 1846-50, with red "Boston, 11 May, 5cts." postmark, addressed to Mystic Bridge, Conn, a little light foxing and a bit of insect damage at left, very scarce early example of this popular topic, Fine.
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Lot 9010

[Political] "Blaine, The Plumed Knight of Maine", incredible illustrated campaign cover for the Blaine Logan ticket, with Blaine's portrait on the front & Logan on the backflap, franked by 1¢ (206) tied by Philadelphia oval and addressed to Upshur OH, Very Fine, with 2013 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 9011

Advertising cover collection, late 1890's - early 1900's, from 2¢ Bureau with Triangles Issue Era, 50 covers with a wide variety of subjects: Iron and Brass Castings (Gears, Pulleys and Fly Wheels), Multicolor Cherokee Flour, Benzinger's Magazine, Golden Russet Champagne Cider (two covers), American Tobacco with illustrated Indian, Dodge Manufacturing, Schools, Brown and Besly cabinets for office index and filing, New York Condensed Milk Co., Minneapolis Flour, Diamond 54 Service Stations, T. Shriver & Co's Iron Foundry, F.W. Stock & Son's Flour, Eureka Dynamo Belting, Norwich Nickel and Brass Works, I.A. Hall & Co. Reeds, Harness, Lingoes and Mill Supplies (2 covers), American, Jr. Non-Drip Radiator Air Valve (two covers) and many more, a lovely group with great illustrations, generally F.-V.F. For a video showing all the covers, click here.
Suggested Bid $750
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Realized $450.
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Lot 9012

1864, letter to Nashville TN, carried outside the lines, cover is addressed to Mr William A Carroll, Nashville Tennessee, In care of Capt Marcumm, of Cop K 173 Regt OVS, To follow the Regt, with long two page letter from his wife, personal letter, with two swatches of fabric, F.-V.F.
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Lot 9013

Fort Jefferson, 3¢(65) cancelled by "PAID"in circle with "Fort Jefferson Fla/May/1" cds on cover to West Enfield NH, post office was open from 1861-1868 with a peak population of 1,729, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $250
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Realized $250.
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Lot 9014

Civil War patriotic covers, group of 6, includes blind embossed U.S. Sanitary Commission Soldier's letter, corner ad U.S. Christian Commission Soldier's letter, flag facing right (Bischel 5465, W 2973), flag facing right (Bischel 5396, W-unlisted), and two unposted; mixed condition, please review, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $400
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Lot 9015

Washington On Shield Label Pensacola FL, 3¢(65) tied by target with "Pensacola Fla/Nov/18/1864" double circle cds on cover with red, black & blue affixed label(Bischel 203, W-Unlisted) to Mount Vernon ME, reduced at right, Extremely Fine.
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Lot 9016

[New Jersey] Blairstown, "JVD", 3 covers: postmasters monogram in purple ties 3¢ green (158) on cover to New Hampton N.Y., matching "Blairstown N.J. 7 Sep 1877" cds; accompanied by two different "V" in circle cancels in purple (faulty) and black, F.-V.F. covers.
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Lot 9017

[New Jersey] Oceanic, "Star", bold & well struck purple fancy & CDS ties 2c (183, x2 singles), New York Transit & buffalo receiver backstamps, Very Fine cover.
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Lot 9018

1857, 5¢ bright red brown, type I (Scott 28b), vertical strip of 3, tiny corner crease, tied by two New Orleans c.d.s.s, Jul 29, 1858, on folded letter to Nantes, France by French packet via New York and Paris.
Suggested Bid $2,500
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Lot 9019

1861, 3¢ pale pink (Scott 64), tied by Burlington VT c.d.s. on cover addressed to Fort Kent ME, Very Fine, with 1975 A.P.E.X. certificate. Scott $775 .
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Lot 9020

1863, 2¢ black, wrapper use (Scott 73), tied by indistinct MA c.d.s. on home made wrapper, addressed to No. Sutton NH, Very Fine. Scott $75 .
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $55.
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Lot 9021

1869, 3¢ Pictorial, collection of covers with lots of Texas, seven #114 on cover with a pair to Boston, corner ad cover for The Western News Company with contents, corner ad for S.D. Haskell & Co Commission Merchants, and a cover from Houston TX to Bastrip TX, attractive selection of this popular issue, mixed condition, please peruse, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $300
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