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CHICAGO ILLINOIS -- LINDBERGH FLIES THE MAIL 1928 AIRMAIL COVER WITH HORSESHOE CACHET + LINDY STAMP

Cover is backstamped as received in Saint Louis MO.

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boston-massachusetts-1830-stampless-folded-letter-to-cuttingsville-vermont BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1830 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO CUTTINGSVILLE VERMONT

Nice early letter to B. Brown in Cuttingsville, VT, regarding apology for not paying debt, Samuel Guile is the writer.  Guile was a contractor and borrowed the money to buy supplies for a construction job.  His client, in turn, has not paid him.  He is sending $50 for a smaller note Brown holds and a deposit on a larger, undisclosed, amount. Clean SFL.

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HOBOKEN NEW JERSEY 1924 REGISTERED LETTER TO CHICAGO. - POSTAL-HISTORY HOBOKEN NEW JERSEY 1924 REGISTERED LETTER TO CHICAGO.

Block of four, strip of two and a single Washington 2-cent stamps on this postal stationery cover. Clean postmarks. Hoboken and Chicago marks on the back. 

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baltimore-maryland-1938-first-flight-cover-to-bermuda-with-return-bermuda-postage MARYLAND - BALTIMORE 1938 BALTIMORE TO BERMUDA FIRST FLIGHT COVER WITH RETURN BERMUDA POSTAGE

Different from most since it has Bermuda stamp affixed to pay return flight postage along with Special Delivery stamp and T auxiliary mark. Note postmark trail on back of cover.

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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.

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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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new-york-city-advertising-cover-trask-leeds-merchants-to-beers-roxbury-ny-postal-history NEW YORK CITY 1861 TRASK & LEEDS MERCHANTS ADVERTISING 1861 COVER TO ROXBURY NY. 2 SCOTT#26

Two distinctly different Scott #26 stamps on this cover. Right stamp is sharp and clear. Left stamp indicates overinked press. Both adorn a roughly opened all-over advertising cover for Jas. W. Trask & Co. (Jas. H. Leeds) produce commission merchants butter, cheese, lard and provisions, 236 Front Street, New York.

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NEWBURYPORT MASSACHUSETTS 1865 LETTER TO DOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE - DYING WIFE

Sad letter from A. Caldwell to William Woodman reads as follows: I presume you would like to hear from us as you have always taken so much interest with family -- my wife had an operation performed on her Sunday the 8th & had taken from her two gallons of water which has been a good relief, but has left her very weak. She may continue some time longer with us, but is liable to go at any moment. She is more resigned than before.  Our physician Doctor Barker converses with her very freely, is a very pious man. I consider his visits for her spiritual...good is worth all his pay for other service...he is fully satisified she is prepared to go at any time which is a great consolation.  Please let our friends know the coontents of this In haste yours truly, A Caldwell.

Full postmark. Average Scott #65 stamp.  Bullseye killer.  Stain at top can be seen in scan. Small portion of top left missing. Does not affect postmark.

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boston-1843-stampless-folded-letter-to-north-springfield-vermont MASSACHUSETTS - BOSTON 1843 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO NORTH SPRINGFIELD VERMONT

Letter from George Lewis to Joel Griswold, a home builder in Vermont, informing him there is no work around Boston for his son.  The building trades are slow with lots of young men use hanging around. Letter is in good condition with no tears except for small spot where seal was broken with is on a blank page.

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BAHAMAS 1937 CORONATION ISSUE.  SCOTT 110 & 112 USED.- BERMUDA-STAMPS BAHAMAS 1937 CORONATION ISSUE. SCOTT 110 & 112 USED.

Lightly postmarked. Hinge marks on back of both stamps. Offered at less than 1/3 catalog. This is one of two lots of these stamps we are offering at this time. Please see the other pair as well for color differential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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