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canton-connecticut-manuscript-stampless-folded-letter CANTON CONNECTICUT 1840 MANUSCRIPT STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER

Note from N. Dyer to J.J. Moore & Co., informing them that he has spent the money he owes them elsewhere.  However, he will pay interest on the balance and send them $100 a month "which will be a little better than nothing".  Strong manuscript mark with manuscript 5 rate. 

$30.00
CANTON NEW YORK LOCAL DELIVERY COVER WITH 1 CT SCOTT #145 FANCY CANCEL

Clean cover. Tiny portion of Canton postmark at top. However, stamp indicates it was a local delivery.  Pie wedge handstamp cancel.  Stamp is Scott #145.

$25.00
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 1800S COVER AND LETTER- RELIGIOUS CONTENT- TWO 1-CT BANKNOTES FANCY CANCEL

Cover roughly opened. However, nice pair of Franklin banknotes with fancy target postmarks are undamaged. Although letter is postmarked Charleston, it was written in Savannah. Letter is from Anna Young to Mrs. Guardeau thanking her for presiding in her place at a prayer meeting. "...you are so competent in the business line and still more in prayer for GOD's presence with us and blessings upon us. My absence from the board is a trial, but it is also a Providence and I cling to the holy Cowper's definition of this word which has been a special help to me.." "Providence is but the name of an effect whose case is "GOD". Interesting reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

$5.00
charleston-south-carolina-1850-stampless-folded-letter-to-auburn-maine CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 1850 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO AUBURN MAINE

Brief note in a stampless folded letter that contained a check paying an invoice.  Clear 1850 red postmark of the line over 10 variety. 

$25.00
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
CHARLESTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 1855 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER WITH PAID IN CANCEL CIRCLE. SENT TO BRISTOL STATION ILLINOIS

Clean cover with very nice Charlestown Mass mark with PAID included in postmark. Note simply says Enclosed $5. Staple holes indicate a bill was affixed to the sfl.

$25.00
CHARLESTOWN NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS COVER - POSTAL-HISTORY CHARLESTOWN NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS COVER

Strong date mark, slightly off the top of the cover.  Red PAID mark and 5 manuscript rate.  Note Care City Hotel in lower left corner. No date, but looks like 1833-45 range.

$20.00
charlestown-ohio-manuscript-postmark-stampless-folded-letter-to-suffield-connecticut CHARLESTOWN OHIO 1845 MANUSCRIPT POSTMARK STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO SUFFIELD CONNECTICUT

Content talks of payment of a debt and, as noted by the clipped top portion of the letter, also included a bank draft.  No rips or tears...not even where seal was broken.

$45.00
CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 1907 FLAG CANCEL COVER. ECONOMICS SCHOOL

Nice cover to Washington DC. Washington receiver on back.

$5.00
CHEPACHET NEW YORK (DPO) 1887 COVER AND LETTER WITH PAIR OF SCOTT #145 FRANKLIN STAMPS

Small 1887 cover with nice clean pair of Scott#145 Franklin banknote stamps. Light but readable Chepachet New York postmark. This is a dead post office. Short note from Sarah (writing from Cedarville NY) to her cousin W. C. Prescott in Herkimer to say "You have done me a very great favor which I shall remember always."

$10.00

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