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Zeppelin-flight-postcard-Lakehurst-Friedrichshafen-to-Lakehurst-postal-history-flight-1930-with-C-13-stamp ZEPPELIN FLIGHT POSTCARD - 1930 POSTAL HISTORY FLIGHT WITH C-13 STAMP

Very nicely centered stamp on this flight postcard. Unidentified country scene on reverse. Message written in German.

$165.00
Zeppelin-flight-postal-card-Lakehurst-Friedrichshafen-to-Lakehurst-postal-history-flight-1930-with-C-13-stamp ZEPPELIN FLIGHT POSTAL CARD - 1930 POSTAL HISTORY FLIGHT WITH C-13 STAMP

Very nice centering on this stamp on Martha Washington reply postal card. Message of Greetings from noted philatelist Vahan Mozian on reverse.

$165.00
Zeppelin-postal-history-cover-Lakehurst-Saville-Friedrichshafen-to-Lakehurst-June-1930-flight-with-C-14-stamp ZEPPELIN COVER - LAKEHURST, 1930 SOUTH AMERICA POSTAL HISTORY FLIGHT WITH C-14 STAMP

Full flight markings on this cover. Only 814 US covers made this flight.

$250.00
Zeppelin-postal-history-cover-Lakehurst-Saville-Friedrichshafen-to-Lakehurst-June-1930-flight-with-C-14-stamp ZEPPELIN COVER - LAKEHURST, 1930 SOUTH AMERICA POSTAL HISTORY FLIGHT WITH C-14 STAMP

One of 814 US covers on this flight. Clear markings. Stamp well centered. However, upper right top of stamp is clipped and enveloped was creased at some point. Looks flat now, but can be seen going through the stamp.

$170.00
Blood's-Despatch-PA-black-postmark-Type-13-on-1856-postal-history-stampless-folded-letter BLOOD'S DESPATCH (PA) BLACK POSTMARK TYPE 13 ON 1856 POSTAL HISTORY STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER

Super clean stampless folded letter. Note time of despatch is 4 1/2 pm. 1856 strong black Type 13 mark. Premium item.

$20.00
World-War-I-soldier's-mail-censor-postal-history-cover-with-postage-due-stamps-rare WORLD WAR I SOLDIER'S MAIL CENSOR COVER WITH J52 POSTAGE DUE STAMPS AND SCARCE DUE MARKING. SEE DESCRIPTION.

Highly collectible cover in many respects. Due 4 cents in circle mark is scarce. That mark was applied in New York. Censored military mail from overseas. Postage due stamps were applied at Ludlow MA, and postmarked with rectangular marks. This identifies the cover as being mailed before the US entered WWI and as having been mailed by a US volunteer soldier serving in another country's armed forces. 

$50.00
boston-packet-boat-24-cent-rate-england-to-boston-to-madison-indiana-stampless-postal-history TRANSATLANTIC COVER - ENGLAND TO BOSTON TO MADISON INDIANA. GOOD 1865 BOSTON PKT US NOTES MARK

Well worn cover from Dundee Scotland via Queenstown seaport to Boston and on to Madison Indiana. Clear and full Boston 24 PKT US 31 Notes mark (#891). Unusual and desirable mark. Also, 19 cents mark. Cover has no backflap and is open on two and a half sides.

$25.00
walpole new hampshire postal history stampless folded letter to northfield massachusetts WALPOLE NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO NORTHFIELD MASSACHUSETTS

Full postmark with PAID 5 all in blue.  No content. Good condition without tears.

$30.00
charlestown-massachusetts-1848-stampless-folded-letter-postal-history-to-terriffville-connecticut CHARLESTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 1848 STAMPLESS FOLDED POSTAL HISTORY LETTER TO TERIFFVILLE CONNECTICUT

Letter writer H. Bemus badly misspells town letter is addressed to as Tarriffvill.  Letter is to William B. Cowles, whose family had a store in Worthington, Connecticut and whose relatives operated the Cowles Manufacturing Company, East Granby, CT., manufacturer of spoons, and it is claimed was the first to make a practical success of electric plating.  Bemus laments losing his business partner and that a potential investor has no experience in his retail business.  He wants Cowles to become his partner.  Good content.  Letter easy to read and in excellent condition.

$25.00
philadelphia-pennsylvania-1851-stampless-folded-letter-postal-history-to-alexandria-virginia PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA 1851 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA

Interesting letter from Mason's Challenge Blacking -- black and blue writing ink -- Philadelphia's primary purveyors of ink products in the mid-1800s.  Because of rapid expansion, they were no longer sending sales reps into the field, rather they were soliciting business via correspondence.  Beauitiful penmanship.  Would be premier item save for the ragged bottom of the first page. Still, nice historic postal history item. Mailed to Henry & Douglass, Alexandria, VA.

$20.00

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