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U.S REGISTERED LETTER COVERS (4) 1917, 1930, 1931, 1935 - POSTAL-HISTORY U.S REGISTERED LETTER COVERS (4) 1917, 1930, 1931, 1935

Four nice covers with rate ranging from 12 to 21 cents. Sent from Providence, RI; Saco ME, Phoenix, AZ and San Francisco, CA. Note the 12-cent stamp has a scrape in the top center. Other stamps are sound.

$10.00
U. S. AIRMAIL STAMP SCOTT C-6 USED - PHILATELIC STAMP U. S. AIRMAIL C-6 USED

Well centered.

$20.00
U. S. AIRMAIL STAMP SCOTT C-6 USED - PHILATELIC STAMP U. S. AIRMAIL C-6 USED

Close at left.

$15.00
U. S. AIRMAIL STAMP SCOTT C-3 USED - PHILATELIC STAMP U. S. AIRMAIL C-3 USED

Well centered. Straight edge at left.

$20.00
U. S. AIRMAIL STAMP SCOTT C-2 USED - PHILATELIC STAMP U. S. AIRMAIL C-2 USED

Well centered

$22.00
CHICAGO-ILLINOIS-POSTAL-HISTORY TWO SCOTT #26 COVERS TO CHICAGO ILLINOIS AND RICHMOND OHIO

Good stamps for the issue. Postmarks are unreadable.

$15.00
TROY NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS COVER - POSTAL HISTORY TROY NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS COVER PAID 3 IN CIRCLE

Full and dark town mark and PAID 3 mark.

$35.00
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
templeton-massachusetts-stampless-postal-history TEMPLETON MASSACHUSETTS STAMPLESS POSTAL HISTORY COVER TO CLINTON MASSACHUSETTS

Solid and complete postmark along with PAID 3 in circle on this well-worn cover. 

$10.00
taunton-massachusetts-1847-stampless-folded-letter-to-providence-ri-wonderful-letter TAUNTON MASSACHUSETTS 1847 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND - WONDERFUL LETTER

Absolutely wonderful letter from Sarah, of Taunton, MA, to Miss Emilie Carpenter, Providence RI.  Here's a sample of what it contained: "I was sitting at the window, and as it stormed violently, I was much surprised to have a cab stop at the door and a New Bedford gentleman (a Mr. Parker) was announced.  He is a friend of mine. He brought three letters, all saying I was expected back with him in the next train. The emergency was the great annual ball to be held there that evening..."  It goes on to describe her Cinderella-like evening including: "My dress was a straw colored lace, over a white satin".  Four pages of easy to read writing.  Envelope has an unlisted rimless Taunton postmark (light blue) with manuscript 5.  The back flap of the envelope is missing.

$50.00

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