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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
2020-09-09
Civil War Postal History, featuring the 'Ambassador' Collection
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Sale Number 1225, Lot Number 45, Handstamped Paid and Due MarkingsPine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862, Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862. Double-circle datestamp with "10" and "Due" handstamps on folded cover to Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn at Eagletown, Choctaw Nation, from Lt. J. L. Morgan of Arnold's Battalion, Chavers Camp, no contents, piece missing from back

VERY FINE AND RARE CONFEDERATE MILITARY COVER TO CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY.

Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn was the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and a prominent representative of the Five Civilized Tribes located in Indian Territory. When the Civil War broke out, Col. Pitchlynn was in Washington D.C. attending a meeting with President Lincoln. Although pro-Union, Col. Pitchlynn honored the wishes of his people to join the Confederate cause. He commanded the Choctaw forces with headquarters at Fort Towson in Doakesville. Col. Pitchlynn and his contemporary, Stand Watie -- the only American Indian to attain the rank of General in the Confederate Army -- are reported to have been the last Confederates to surrender to Federal forces, on June 23, 1865. (Reference: reprint of Judge Harry J. Lemley Confederate Philatelist articles, John W. Kaufmann sale, Oct. 22, 1977).

Ex Dr. Brandon.

E. 1,500-2,000
1,400
United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2018-05-22
United States and Confederate States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 219, Confederate and Civil War: New Mexico, Arizona, Indian TerritoryPine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862, Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862. Double-circle datestamp with "10" and "Due" handstamps on folded cover to Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn at Eagletown, Choctaw Nation, from Lt. J. L. Morgan of Arnold's Battalion, Chavers Camp, no contents, piece missing from back

VERY FINE AND RARE CONFEDERATE MILITARY COVER TO CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY.

Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn was the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and a prominent representative of the Five Civilized Tribes located in Indian Territory. When the Civil War broke out, Col. Pitchlynn was in Washington D.C. attending a meeting with President Lincoln. Although pro-Union, Col. Pitchlynn honored the wishes of his people to join the Confederate cause. He commanded the Choctaw forces with headquarters at Fort Towson in Doakesville. Col. Pitchlynn and his contemporary, Stand Watie -- the only American Indian to attain the rank of General in the Confederate Army -- are reported to have been the last Confederates to surrender to Federal forces, on June 23, 1865. (Reference: reprint of Judge Harry J. Lemley Confederate Philatelist articles, John W. Kaufmann sale, Oct. 22, 1977).

Ex Dr. Brandon.

E. 2,000-3,000
1,700
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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
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Sale Number 1087, Lot Number 541, Texas and the West, Indian TerritoryPine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862, Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862Pine Bluff Ark. Jul. 29, 1862. Double-circle datestamp with "10" and "Due" handstamps on folded cover to Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn at Eagletown, Choctaw Nation, from Lt. J. L. Morgan of Arnold's Battalion, Chavers Camp, no contents, piece missing from back

VERY FINE AND RARE CONFEDERATE MILITARY COVER TO CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY.

Colonel Peter P. Pitchlynn was the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and a prominent representative of the Five Civilized Tribes located in Indian Territory. When the Civil War broke out, Col. Pitchlynn was in Washington D.C. attending a meeting with President Lincoln. Although pro-Union, Col. Pitchlynn honored the wishes of his people to join the Confederate cause. He commanded the Choctaw forces with headquarters at Fort Towson in Doakesville. Col. Pitchlynn and his contemporary, Stand Watie -- the only American Indian to attain the rank of General in the Confederate Army -- are reported to have been the last Confederates to surrender to Federal forces, on June 19, 1865. (Reference: reprint of Judge Harry J. Lemley Confederate Philatelist articles, John W. Kaufmann sale, Oct. 22, 1977).

Accompanied by brief information on Arnold's Battalion

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2003-12-16
U.S. and Confederate States
c
Sale Number 870, Lot Number 1241, Confederate Indian Territory UsagesO.B, O.BO.B. Ms. endorsement at top left of adversity cover made from part of map and addressed to "Brig. Genl. Stand Watie, Care Brig. Genl. D. H. Cooper, Comdg. Div. in the field, Indian Territory", clumsily repaired at right where opened roughly, otherwise Fine, scarce usage

E. 150-200
170
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2003-12-16
U.S. and Confederate States
c
Confederate Indian Teritory Usages. Two covers, first is orange legal-size cover addressed to Col. James Bell at Cherokee Nation, second is legal-size cover addressed to Col. Drew, Comdg. Regt., some wear and tear, still Fine, scarce usages

E. 100-150
210
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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 3091, Confederate Western and Indian Territory"Camp LeFlore Nov. 21, Choctaw Nation In. Territory General Ganos Brigade, "Camp LeFlore Nov. 21, Choctaw Nation In. Territory General Ganos Brigade"Camp LeFlore Nov. 21, Choctaw Nation In. Territory General Ganos Brigade." Dateline on folded letter from B.P. Lewis of Capt Krumbbharr's Light Horse Artillery, to LaGrange, Tex., ms. "Due 10" on face, back flap with ms. "direct your letters to Clarksville Red River County Texas General Gano Brigade", Very Fine, very rare, This letter went by courier to Doaksville, then by Postal Route 165 to Clarksville and forwarded. Illustrated in Texas, The Drama of Its Postal Past

E. 2,000-2,500
2,000
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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 3092, Confederate Western and Indian Territory"From Wm. Cravens, AAAG, Walker's Brig" [Indian Terr.], "From Wm. Cravens, AAAG, Walker's Brig" [Indian Terr.]"From Wm. Cravens, AAAG, Walker's Brig" [Indian Terr.]. Two-line endorsement on cover to his wife in Waxahachie Tex., ms. "By Express to Bonham" and pencil "Due 10", "7/12/1864" also in pencil, turned with the inside addressed to "Capt. Wm Cravans, A Adjutant of Coln. Walker's Regt., Johnson Station CN [Choctaw Nation]"; Col. Tandy Walker's Brigade of Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians fought with Cooper's Division in Indian Territory, as well as Missouri and Arkansas; long tears thru entire address panel partly sealed with Scotch tape - the condition is forgiveable considering the rarity and historical significance of this cover, could easily be restored to Fine exhibitable condition

E. 200-300
260
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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 3093, Confederate Western and Indian TerritoryTo "Peter Pitchlyn Esqr., Eagle Town, C.N." [Choctaw Nation], To "Peter Pitchlyn Esqr., Eagle Town, C.N." [Choctaw Nation]To "Peter Pitchlyn Esqr., Eagle Town, C.N." [Choctaw Nation]. Three-line address and "Official Business" endorsement on cover with "Sherman Tex. Oct. 30" cds, "Paid" and "10" hs, sender noted as "Capt A. G. Mayer, O C S. C.S. Army"; Col. Peter Pitchlynn was the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and, despite his personal belief in maintaining the Union, joined his people in their desire to support the Confederacy; part of flap missing, otherwise Fine, ex Lemley and accompanied by related articles published by him

E. 750-1,000
675
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