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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. 

stratford-connecticut-1848-manuscript-stampless-folded-letter STRATFORD CONNECTICUT 1848 MANUSCRIPT STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER

Strong manuscript May 9 postmark along with manuscript Paid and 5.  Sent to Robert Schmylis, New York City by Hamilton Burton New Haven Railroad Agent.

stratford-connecticut-1842-manuscript-stampless-folded-letter STRATFORD CONNECTICUT 1942 MANUSCRIPT STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER

Very clean stampless folded letter.  No content. Addressed to P.C. Herrick, New Haven town clerk.  Sent by Rev. James Linsley. The Rev. James Harvey Linsley was an ordained Baptist Church minister serving Stratford. He opened a mission at the lower wharf wholly at his own expense.

Andover Massachusetts 1855 stampless postal history cover to Kennebunk Maine ANDOVER MASSACHUSETTS 1855 STAMPLESS POSTAL HISTORY COVER TO KENNEBUNK MAINE

Full blue postmark with PAID 3 blue rate mark as well.  No contents. 

Paris France to England 1854 postal history cover with Scott #18 pair PARIS FRANCE 1854 COVER TO SCARBOROUGH ENGLAND WITH PAIR OF SCOTT #18 STAMPS

Nice array of postal markings on this cover including Scarborough receiver on reverse.  Imperf pair was creased, but seldom found as a pair on cover. Notation at bottom left says: If Mr. Prince has left Scarborough the Post Master is requested to forward this letter to him.

washington-city-dc-1845-stampless-folded-letter-to-philadelphia WASHINGTON CITY DC 1845 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO PHILADELPHIA

Light but clear red postmark and numeral 5 rate. No content. SFL was folded down middle. Average condition.

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. 

boston-massachusetts-1830-stampless-folded-letter-to-cuttingsville-vermont BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1830 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO CUTTINGSVILLE VERMONT

Nice early letter to B. Brown in Cuttingsville, VT, regarding apology for not paying debt, Samuel Guile is the writer.  Guile was a contractor and borrowed the money to buy supplies for a construction job.  His client, in turn, has not paid him.  He is sending $50 for a smaller note Brown holds and a deposit on a larger, undisclosed, amount. Clean SFL.

gilford-new-hampshire-stampless-cover-to-hanover-nh GILFORD NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS COVER TO HANOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE

Blue postmark along with blue PAID and 5 markings.  Addressed to Mrs. Priscilla Whipple. Tear in upper left enters postmark. Cover in fair condition. 

keene-new-hampshire-stampless-folded-letter-to-stoddard-nh KEENE NEW HAMPSHIRE STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO STODDARD NEW HAMPSHIRE

Light red Keene postmard and PAID mark on this cover to Lydia Joslin. No contents. LUKE JOSLIN, born December 22, 1797, married Lydia Foster of Stoddard, Nov. 24, 1824, lived on the old place in "Leominster Corner," until 1840, when they moved to a farm near the village, and in 1855 moved to Keene, where he died June 3, 1875, having been for many years a deacon of the church in Stoddard.