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2018-10-23
The John Birkinbine II Collection of Arizona and New Mexico Postal History
 
Sale Number 1189, Lot Number 1215, Arizona Territory Post Offices, cont.Arizona Territory Revenue Stamp Uses, Arizona Territory Revenue Stamp UsesArizona Territory Revenue Stamp Uses. Five documents from Arizona Territory bearing U.S. Revenue stamps, including 2¢ U.S.I.R. (R15c), 5¢ Express (R25c) and 25¢ Bond (R43c), documents include $200.00 check from Arizona City in Aug. 1870 with 2¢ stamp, promissory note from Prescott in Sep. 1869 with three 5¢, bill to Tucson from July 1870 with 2¢, agreement from La Paz in April 1866 with two 5¢ (missing part of right edge not affecting stamps), finally merchandise invoice Arizona City in June 1870 with 25¢, a few small flaws but overall Fine-Very Fine, a very rare group

E. 750-1,000
375
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U.S. Postal History
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Arizona
2018-10-23
The John Birkinbine II Collection of Arizona and New Mexico Postal History
 
Arizona Territory, Engravings. Seven items, engravings depicting forts and scenes in Arizona Territory during the 1860s-70s, several are in color, including Fort Yuma, Fort Defiance, Colorado River near Mojave Villages (two different), Pima Indian women, Mission Church of San Xavier Del Bac, Maricopa Wells, Very Fine and attractive group

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Arizona
2018-10-23
The John Birkinbine II Collection of Arizona and New Mexico Postal History
 
Sale Number 1189, Lot Number 1217, Arizona Territory Post Offices, cont.Arizona Territory, Documents, Arizona Territory, DocumentsArizona Territory, Documents. Six printed items, including California broadside advertising for “Capitalists and Working Men” to come to the mines of Arizona, Congressional Record speech of Dec. 27, 1860 by Senator James R. Doolittle of Wisconsin on a “Bill to Organize the Territory of Arizona,” resolutions of the Legislature of Arizona, Jan. 25, 1865 on organizing the mails, U.S. Senate document of Mar. 22, 1860 with letter from Postmaster General regarding Butterfield contract for overland mails, portion of debate from Provisional Government of Arizona Apr. 5, 1860, mentioning Gadsden Purchase and demanding the approval of slavery, finally an unused Union Patriotic cover with map of U.S. over flag showing incorrect boundaries between New Mexico and Arizona territories (which were used by the Provisional Government of Arizona, and by the Confederate Congress when forming the Confederate Territory of Arizona), Very Fine and fascinating group

E. 300-400
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