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Mother's Day First Day Cover Scott's Catalog #737 WASHINGTON DC MOTHERS' DAY FIRST DAY COVER WITH IOOR CACHET. SCOTT 737

Lightly addressed by rubber stamp. This is 11x10.5 issue.  Nice red and green Ioor cachet.  Note light toning along bottom of envelope

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$9.00
PORTLAND MAINE STAMPLESS COVER  - POSTAL HISTORY PORTLAND MAINE STAMPLESS COVER 3PAID IN POSTMARK (BLUE) TO BYRAN MAINE

ADDRESSED TO SAMUEL HOUGHTON

 

$10.00
BAHAMAS 1937 CORONATION ISSUE. SCOTT 110 & 112 USED. LOT 2

 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

$10.00
hillsborough-pennsylvania-civil-war-era-postal-history-cover-to-judge-russell-russell-gettysburg-pa HILLSBOROUGH PENNSYLVANIA DEAD POST OFFICE CIVIL WAR ERA COVER TO JUDGE SAMUEL RUSSELL, GETTYSBURG PA

Interesting cover from a number of viewpoints. First, addressed to Judge Samuel R. Russell. Second, note difference in size and color of the two Scott #65 stamps. The left stamp is considerably smaller due to close perfs. The right stamp is much lighter in color, possibly rose. And finally, there is an incomplete Hillsborough PA dead post office postmark -- a premium DPO. Judge Samuel Riddle Russell, b. 21 June 1801 Gettysburg PA; lawyer, judge, graduated Princeton.

$10.00
CHICAGO ILLINOIS -- EPHEMERA -- 1932 MIDDLE WEST UTILITIES COMPANY LETTER TO STOCKHOLDERS CHICAGO ILLINOIS -- EPHEMERA -- 1932 MIDDLE WEST UTILITIES COMPANY LETTER TO STOCKHOLDERS

Company has gone into receivership via the Federal District Court and they are calling for funds to cover legal expenses.  Interesting reading.

$10.00
NEW YORK CITY 1859 FOLDED LETTER WITH SCOTT 26. LARGE, FULL DATE POSTMARK.

Nice looking brownish stamp. Note is to Cannon Brothers of Philadelphia, placing an order for 5 cases of liquorice paste. There is some aging as is to be expected in items this old.

$10.00
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.

$10.00
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. 

$10.00
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
PRESIDENTIAL SERIES (SCOTT 803-834) COMPLETE AND USED - STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS PRESIDENTIAL SERIES (SCOTT 803-834) COMPLETE AND USED

Mounted with hinges. Nice set.

$10.00

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