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General/Issue
Sale#/
Date
Lot#/
Grade
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2018-10-25
United States and CSA Postal History
c
Sale Number 1191, Lot Number 2423, Confederate States: Blockade-Run, Flag-of-Truce"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga, "Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga. Inner prisoner-of-war buff cover to Liberty Va., endorsed "Capt. H.C. Dickinson Co. A 2nd Va Cavalry & pris. of war", addressed to his wife, "Savannah Ga. Nov. 6?" circular datestamp and "10" C.S.A. due handstamp, manuscript "Examined L. Jaqueline Smith Capt. Arty." censor marking and "pr. flag of truce via Charleston", unsealed for censoring, some wear top left corner, still Very Fine, in late October 1864 the prisoners from Morris Island, who had been exposed to mortar fire from their Confederate batteries, were moved to Fort Pulaski at the mouth of the Savannah River, conditions were not much better there as they were forced to subsist on a near starvation diet, ex Dr. Brandon

E. 750-1,000
700
United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2014-11-20
The Brandon Collection, Part 2: General Issues and Postal History
c
Sale Number 1087, Lot Number 594, Flag-of-Truce Mail: Federal Prisons"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga, "Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga. Inner prisoner-of-war orange cover to Liberty Va., endorsed "Capt. H.C. Dickinson Co. A 2nd Va Cavalry & pris. of war", addressed to his wife, "Savannah Ga. Nov. 6?" circular datestamp and "10" C.S.A. due handstamp, manuscript "Examined L. Jaqueline Smith Capt. Arty." censor marking and "pr. flag of truce via Charleston", unsealed for censoring, some wear top left corner, still Very Fine, from the same prisoner as the prior Morris Island lot and an excellent companion to that cover, in late October 1864 the prisoners from Morris Island, who had been exposed to mortar fire from their Confederate batteries, were moved to Fort Pulaski at the mouth of the Savannah River, conditions were not much better there as they were forced to subsist on a near starvation diet

E. 750-1,000
950
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2011-11-15
Confederate States, U.S. Postal History, General Foreign
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 806, Confederate States: Flag-of-Truce, Official, Trans-Mississippi Covers"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga, "Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga"Immortal 600", Fort Pulaski Ga. Buff inner prisoner-of-war cover to Arlington Va., endorsed "From C.E. Richards, Lt. 5th Kentucky Cav." and "Per Flag of Truce", pencil ms. "Ex" censor mark, "Charleston S.C. Jan. 7" (1865) circular datestamp and large "10" C.S.A. due handstamp, missing top flap, fresh and Very Fine cover from one of the C.S.A. prisoners who was used as a human shield on Morris Island and then transferred to Fort Pulaski, in retaliation for the use of Federal officers as human shields in Charleston, the recipient, Brig. Genl. Basil Duke, was one of the original "50" Confederate prisoners who were first ordered imprisoned at Morris Island -- predecessors to the "Immortal 600", accompanied by an article on the "600" from The American Stamp Dealer and Collector by Patricia Kaufmann, which pictures and discusses this cover

E. 500-750
2,700
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2010-05-27
The Steven C. Walske Collection of Civil War Special Routes
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Sale Number 988, Lot Number 225, Flag-of-Truce Mail: Pocotaligo-Port RoyalFort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", Ga, Fort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", GaFort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", Ga. Buff inner prisoner-of-war cover to Liberty Hill S.C., endorsed "W. E. Johnson, Prisoner of War" and "By Flag of Truce", with photocopy of original letter datelined "Fort Pulaski Geo Dec 28th 1864", red manuscript "Ex" censor mark, "Charleston SC Jan. 8" (1865) double-circle datestamp and large "10" C.S.A. due handstamp, unsealed for censoring, routed via Port Royal and Charleston, small inconsequential tear at right, Very Fine, this cover is from the same prisoner as the prior U.S.S. Crescent City and Morris Island lots and the following Fort Pulaski lot, in late October 1864, the prisoners from Morris Island, who had been exposed to mortar fire from their own Confederate batteries in Charleston, were moved to Fort Pulaski at the mouth of the Savannah River, conditions were not much better there as they were forced to subsist on a near starvation diet, ex Kohn, illustrated and discussed in an article by Brian Green and Patricia Kaufmann in the 1971 American Philatelic Congress book

E. 750-1,000
650
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2010-05-27
The Steven C. Walske Collection of Civil War Special Routes
c
Sale Number 988, Lot Number 226, Flag-of-Truce Mail: Pocotaligo-Port RoyalFort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", Ga, Fort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", GaFort Pulaski, "Immortal 600", Ga. Buff inner prisoner-of-war cover to Liberty Hill S.C., endorsed "M. W. E. Johnson, Prisoner of War, Fort Pulaski", with photocopy of original letter datelined "Fort Pulaski Sunday morning Nov 20th 1864", "Savannah Geo. Nov. 20" with star circular datestamp and "10" due handstamp, unsealed for censoring, routed via Port Royal and then back to Savannah to enter C.S.A. mails, fresh and Very Fine usage, from the same prisoner as the prior Morris Island and Fort Pulaski lots and an excellent companion to those covers, in late October 1864 the prisoners from Morris Island, who had been exposed to mortar fire from their Confederate batteries, were moved to Fort Pulaski at the mouth of the Savannah River, conditions were not much better there as they were forced to subsist on a near starvation diet

E. 750-1,000
650
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2002-09-25
The Dr. Karl Agre Collection of Confederate States
c
Sale Number 850, Lot Number 5947, Federal PrisonersThe Confederate "600" (from Fort Pulaski), The Confederate "600" (from Fort Pulaski)The Confederate "600" (from Fort Pulaski). Orange cover with endorsement by Capt. H.C. Dickinson as a prisoner held at Fort Pulaski Ga., addressed to his wife in Liberty Va., "Savannah Geo. Nov. 20" (1864) with star circular datestamp and large "10" C.S.A. due handstamp, endorsed "pr. flag of truce Via Savannah", unsealed for censoring, fresh and Very Fine usage from one of the 600 Confederate officers held in open barracks on Morris Island exposed to mortar fire from Confederate batteries -- after the stalemate, some prisoners were moved to captured Fort Pulaski, with 1991 Green certificate

E. 400-500
625
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
1995-12-11
Confederate States Stamps and Covers
c
Sale Number 772, Lot Number 3424, Federal PrisonsFort Pulaski Ga, Fort Pulaski GaFort Pulaski Ga. Prisoner of war cover to Liberty Hill, S.C., clear "Charleston S.C. Jan. 8" (1865) double circle ds and large "10" with bold "Ex" in magenta, appropriate endorsements, Very Fine and choice, ex Kohn

E. 400-500
525
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