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LAWRENCE KANSAS 1800S COVER. A H FOOTE, ATTORNEY, TO WELLESLEY MASSACHUSETTS - POSTAL-HISTORY LAWRENCE KANSAS 1800S COVER. A. H. FOOTE, ATTORNEY, TO WELLESLEY MASSACHUSETTS

Interesting to see how the paper on this cover has aged...sort of a mottled effect. Foote was a prominent attorney in Lawrence. Also believe he was a judge and a Civil War hero.

$10.00
ALBANY NEW YORK SCOTT #11 ON COVER TO PHILADELPHIA - POSTAL-HISTORY ALBANY NEW YORK #11 ON COVER TO PHILADELPHIA

Cut close, but not into the stamp. Tiny notch upper left. No contents.

$10.00
boston-massachusetts-1840s-stampless-folded-letter-to-meridith-bridge-new-hampshire BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1840s STAMPLESS COVER TO MERIDITH BRIDGE NEW HAMPSHIRE

Full and dark Boston 10cts postmark on this stampless cover (no content). 

$10.00
WATERLOO NEW YORK 1896 COVER TO SHORTSVILLE NY WITH "MISSENT" MARK - POSTAL-HISTORY WATERLOO NEW YORK TO SHORTSVILLE NY 1896 COVER WITH MISSENT MARK

Interesting cover. Has September 28 Waterloo postmark next to stamp. Arrived at Shortsville the same day and was marked missent and returned. At center top of cover is a Waterloo receiver postmark for September 29.  Nice fast turnaround. Stamp is damaged. Missent mark and postmarks constitute the value.

$10.00
chicago-illionois-1910-postcard-shortrated-to-london-england-with-t-1/30-postage-due-mark CHICAGO ILLINOIS 1910 POSTCARD SHORTRATED TO LONDON ENGLAND WITH T 1/30 POSTAGE DUE MARK

A postcard to Germany would have qualified for the two-cent rate. But, England still required five cents. Good auxiliary markings.  Pretty embossed postcard with birds and velvet flowers.  

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POSTAL HISTORY - NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA 1885 REGISTERED COVER TO FREIBURG GERMANY NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA 1885 REGISTERED COVER TO FREIBURG GERMANY U330 POSTAL STATIONERY

U330 U.S. GRANT POSTAL STATIONERY COVER SENT BY F. HINDERMANN OF NEW ORLEANS TO JULIUS GOETZ IN GERMANY. SEE SCAN FOR CONDITION...NO TEARS OR MISSING PIECES. NEW YORK CITY AND FREIBURG RECEIVERS ON BACK. WE ARE NOT THAT FAMILIAR WITH POSTAL STATIONERY AND HAD THIS COVER IDENTIFIED BY A REPUTABLE DEALER/COLLECTOR. BECAUSE WE DID NOT POSITIVELY IDENTIFY THIS OURSELVES, WE WILL OFFER A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU DISAGREE WITH THE CATALOG NUMBER. SHOULD YOU DIFFER WITH THIS OPINION AND PROVIDE WRITTEN STATEMENT TO THAT EFFECT, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED FOR THIS COVER IF YOU SO DESIRE AND IF COVER IS RETURNED WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE MAILING DATE WHEN IT WAS SENT TO YOU. ALSO, PLEASE EMAIL OF YOUR INTENTION TO DO SO.

 

 

 

 

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ALTON AND WATKINS NEW YORK, PLUS SOUTH NORWALK CONNECTICUT DEAD POST OFFICE POSTMARKS ON ONE 1888 COVER - POSTAL-HISTORY ALTAY AND WATKINS NEW YORK, PLUS SOUTH NORWALK CONNECTICUT DEAD POST OFFICE POSTMARKS ON ONE 1888 COVER

It's a triple header. Cover originated in Althay NY and was addressed to South Norwalk. Enroute, it received a Watkins postmark on the flap side and then it received a South Norwalk Connecticut mark when the cover was forwarded to New York City. This is a must unusual item for dead post office cover collectors.

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boston-massachusetts-1849-stampless-folded-letter-to-new-bedford-liquor-shipment BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1849 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO NEW BEDFORD MA REGARDING LIQUOR SHIPMENT

Boston postmark with 5cts in dial.  From the size of the liquor order, Otis must have been a wealth New Bedford resident or merchant.  Brandy, port wine, Sicily wine, and sherry were ordered along with 1000 Sucero cigars. The companion note mentions a discount applied to all except the cigars.  Could use more research.  SFL is in good condition.

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PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND 1846 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO REV. BADGER, NEW YORK

The letter is addressed to the Rev. Milton Badger, secretary of A.H.M.S., New York. The initials stand for the American Home Missionary Society.  Rev. Badger was Associate Secretary of the Society and received field reports from missionaries on a regular basis. There is no content to this SFL. However a note on the side indicates it came from Miss E. A. Alwood, Providence on behalf of Rev. H. Foote.

$10.00
new-york-city-civil-war-era-cover-to-justice-of-the-peace-burgess-washington-dc-postal-history NEW YORK CITY 1861 CIVIL WAR ERA COVER TO RICHARD BURGESS, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, WASHINGTON DC

Two Scott #26 stamps on this cover, roughly opened at right top. Cover is addressed to Richard Burgess who was appointed a Justice of the Peace by Abraham Lincoln and William Seward.

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