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boston-pickman-stampless-postal-history BOSTON MASSACHUSETT 1848 POSTAL HISTORY STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER. MERCHANTS BANK LOAN DEMAND NOTICE.

Preprinted bank notice to D. Pickman, Salem, Massachusetts, that note for $1,200 plus interest is due the middle of the next month.

$15.00
BOSTON+POSTAL+HISTORY+STAMPLESS+FOLDED+LETTER BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1849 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO BATH NEW HAMPSHIRE

Brief legal notice to H. Hibbard, Bath, New Hampshire, regarding collection of debt. Manuscript PO Box charge and red PAID mark.

$7.50
postal+history NEW LONDON CONNECTICUT 1845 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER REGARDING EPISCOPAL CHURCH DONATION

New London 1845 stampless folded letter from Rev. Robert A. Hallam, rector of St. James’ Episcopal Church, New London, Connecticut to Samuel M. Brown in which Hallam has enclosed $20 (not part of lot) toward the “erection of St. James’ Church, Fair Haven.  Brown was a Yale divinity graduate and may have been a classmate or friend of Hallam. Hallam’s sermons are available online. DESIRABLE postmark is light, but full.

$40.00
postal+history WASHINGTON DC 5cts BLACK POSTMARK ON STEAMER COVER TO DERBY CONNECTICUT

Circa 1850 Washington DC 5cts black postmark on this cover to Mr. Sanford, Derby, Connecticut.  Note manuscript steamer designation at top.

$30.00
postal+history WASHINGTON DC 5cts FULL RED POSTMARK ON COVER TO HENRY HOLMOUTH, PHILADELPHIA

Circa 1850 Washington DC 5cts red postmark on this cover to Henry Helmouth, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Helmouth was known in Philadelphia and involved with local politics, including events leading to Philadelphia Act of Consolidation (1854), and the affairs of the University of Pennsylvania. He may have been a son of the renowned German-American Lutheran minister Justus Christian Henry Helmouth.  Wax seal features a running fox. Clean cover.

$30.00
LANCASTER, NH, STAMPLESS+FOLDED+LETTER+POSTAL+HISTORY LANCASTER NEW HAMPSHIRE 1846 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO GENERAL SULLIVAN HUTCHINS, BATH NEW HAMPSHIRE

1846 letter from John Mills, Lancaster, New Hampshire, to General Sullivan Hutchins in Bath, NH, states: “I have got in my timber. There is 60 or 70 thousand of excellent quality. I wish to sell it as soon as possible. Should be glad to sell it to you if you will give me its value. It lays on my meadow & should finish downing tomorrow.  Light Lancaster January 29 red postmark. Letter in excellent condition.

$25.00
postal+history+stampless+stamps FORT PLAIN NEW YORK 1837 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO ALBANY

Interesting legal letter regarding the death of a plaintiff in a legal case.  Excellent penmanship and easy to read text.  Good Fort Plain New York postmark along with red PAID and manuscript 10 rate.  Nice item in very good condition.

$15.00
postal+history+stampless+stamps UNITED STATES HIGH DENOMINATION ISSUES - SCOTT 1909, 2122 (TYPE 1 AND 2), 2540, 2544

Nice selection of clean, used high denomination issues, including both varieties of #2122. Cat over $60

$7.00
postal+history+stampless North Granby Connecticut NORTH GRANBY CONNECTICUT STAMPLESS COVER FRONT

Hard to find postmark along with nice Paid 3 in blue.  FRONT ONLY

$3.00
postal+history+stampless WEBSTER MASSACHUSETTS WEBSTER MASSACHUSETTS 1846 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO NORWICH CONNECTICUT

Short note from Charles Tucker that he has enclosed $65 "I would send you mor if I could get a large bill which I have tried to find but cannot. Will probably remitt you some more very soon." Clean item.

$10.00

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