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Lot#/
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Symbol
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Cat./Est. Value
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2020-06-04
U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Coins
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8506, Postal Card AdvertisementsPeople's Candidate for State Senator, John B. Hall, People's Candidate for State Senator, John B. HallPeople's Candidate for State Senator, John B. Hall. Campaign design pointing out that election is on Wednesday Sept. 1, 1875, on unused 1c Postal Card, Very Fine, rare campaign design

E. 100-150
0
United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2017-12-12
Stampless Stories: A Postal History of America
c
Sale Number 1171, Lot Number 219, The Civil WarStephen A. Douglas 1860 Campaign, Stephen A. Douglas 1860 CampaignStephen A. Douglas 1860 Campaign. Three-quarter portrait in frame with name in ribbon on cover to Berne, Switzerland, “North Georgetown O. Oct. 8” (1860) large dotted-circle datestamp boldly struck, manuscript “42” due rate (double 21c), sender’s ship-name directive “Steamer Arago to Havre 13 Oct/60”, “New York 24 Oct. 13” debit datestamp, partly visible Havre transit datestamp, Havre-Paris (Oct. 26, 1860) transit and Bern receiving backstamps, red manuscript due marking, tear at upper left touches oval of design, otherwise Very Fine, any campaign cover addressed to Europe is rare, this 1860 Douglas cover is truly outstanding

E. 750-1,000
700
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 1949, Presidential Campaigns and Memorabilia: Washington thru 1860 ElectionHenry Clay Lettersheet, Henry Clay LettersheetHenry Clay Lettersheet. Illustration of sailor nailing "Henry Clay" flag to pole with verse below on folded lettersheet to Detroit Mich., red "Kalamazoo Mich. Jan. 14" (1845) circular datestamp, ms. "12-1/2" rate, refolded for display, some adhesive residue on hidden part of lettersheet, Very Fine and rare 1844 election design, letter mentions local Whig support

E. 150-200
180
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 1957, Presidential Campaigns and Memorabilia: Washington thru 1860 ElectionKeene N.H. Paid, Keene N.H. PaidKeene N.H. Paid. Blue circular town handstamp without date, struck with separate matching grid cancel in center over Jessie and John C. Fremont dual portraits in frame, Milgram JF-49, on yellow cover to Walpole N.H., same markings struck together again at top center, this was probably an unsealed envelope containing a printed circular (it is sealed now), Extremely Fine, very unusual use of this Fremont campaign design, the Keene N.H. postmaster must have felt about John & Jessie the way some people feel about Bill & Hillary

E. 300-400
275
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 1968, Presidential Campaigns and Memorabilia: Washington thru 1860 ElectionNorth Georgetown O. Oct. 8 (1860), North Georgetown O. Oct. 8 (1860)North Georgetown O. Oct. 8 (1860). Unusual large dotted-circle datestamp boldly struck on Stephen Douglas three-quarter portrait in frame with name in ribbon campaign cover to Berne, Switzerland, manuscript "42" due rate (double 21c), sender's ship-name directive "Steamer Arago to Havre 13 Oct/60", "New York 24 Oct. 13" debit datestamp, partly visible Havre transit datestamp, Havre-Paris (Oct. 26, 1860) transit and Bern receiving backstamps, red manuscript due marking, tear at upper left touches oval of design, otherwise Very Fine, any campaign cover addressed to Europe is rare, this 1860 Douglas cover is truly outstanding

E. 750-1,000
700
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 1993, Abraham Lincoln: 1860 CampaignOxford O. Jan. 15, 1862, Oxford O. Jan. 15, 1862Oxford O. Jan. 15, 1862. Double-circle datestamp and "Post Office Business/Free" double-oval handstamp on buff cover to Post Office Dept. Auditor in Washington D.C. with beardless Lincoln and Hamlin three-quarter portraits from the waist up 1860 campaign design, Milgram AL-102, small sealed tear at top, otherwise Very Fine, late use of this scarce dual-portrait design

E. 300-400
1,300
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 2009, Abraham Lincoln: Civil WarBowling Green Ky. Mar. 5, 1863, Bowling Green Ky. Mar. 5, 1863Bowling Green Ky. Mar. 5, 1863. Blue double-circle datestamp on yellow cover to Marion O. with "Soldiers Letter A.R. Brown Chaplain, 64 Reg OV Inf", the first letter of address ties printed label with red and blue bearded Lincoln portrait with eagle and flags, Milgram AL-112, reduced at right, couple soiled spots, Very Fine, based on surviving examples this label seems to have been used primarily by U.S. troops in Kentucky

E. 200-300
500
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 2025, Presidential Campaigns and Memorabilia: 1868 and Later CampaignsElections of 1868 and 1872, Elections of 1868 and 1872Elections of 1868 and 1872. Five items, Seymour-Blair front only with 3c 1869, Greeley-Brown and Grant-Wilson covers in identical styles with 3c 1870 (faulty and repaired), two unused Grant-Wilson envelopes in similar styles, useful group for exhibition

E. 200-300
150
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2011-11-15
Confederate States, U.S. Postal History, General Foreign
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1166, Advertising on First Issue Postal CardsPeople's Candidate for State Senator, John B. Hall, People's Candidate for State Senator, John B. HallPeople's Candidate for State Senator, John B. Hall. Campaign design pointing out that election is on Wednesday Sept. 1, 1875, on unused 1c Postal Card, Very Fine, rare campaign design

E. 300-400
200
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United States
U.S. Postal History
Subject
Campaign Covers
2010-04-28
General Foreign Stamps and Covers, U.S. Postal History
c
Sale Number 987, Lot Number 2851, 1861-66 IssueLincoln-Davis Prize Fight in Five Rounds, Lincoln-Davis Prize Fight in Five RoundsLincoln-Davis Prize Fight in Five Rounds. Five unused designs (the complete set) from 1st round to 5th, each shows different satirical design, first round depicts Lincoln and Davis beginning to spar with several other designs, fifth round depicts a victorious Lincoln, few with some toning, still Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
800
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