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Sale 761 — United States Stamps and Covers

Sale Date — Tuesday, 27 September, 1994

Category — Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
158°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 158, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLiberty, Shield and Flag, Liberty, Shield and FlagLiberty, Shield and Flag. Multicolor Kimmel design, rich fresh colors, on cover to Buffalo, N.Y. with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by "New-York Jun. 21" cds and grid duplex, flap with blind embossed oval on back: "From F.K. Kimmel Engraver & Printer. 59 Nassau St. New York," a rare Kimmel with this card and also one of the most skillfully painted -- nine colors in all; possibly the work of Kimmel himself, this was unquestionably mailed prior to Magnus acquiring Kimmel's plates, an Extremely Fine cover, ex Paliafito

E. 1,000-1,500
2,100
159
c
Sale Number 761, Lot Number 159, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Union Must Be Preserved, The Union Must Be PreservedThe Union Must Be Preserved. Tiny Kimmel design of eagle and flags, hand-colored, on cover with 3c Rose (65) pair tied by "Key West Fla. Jan. 6" cds with second strike at L., ms. endorsement "From U.S. Ship `Potomac'", cover with small nick at B., R. stamp folded over edge of cover and with small repair at T.L., still Fine, rare Kimmel used from Florida

E. 300-400
150
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160°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 160, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueBay State. Boston, Bay State. BostonBay State. Boston. Two-panel Magnus design on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by indistinct cds, address in blue ink, barely reduced at R., just clear of address & stamp, Very Fine, very scarce

E. 600-800
575
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161°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 161, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueCamp Scene, Camp SceneCamp Scene. Multicolor Magnus design on cover with 3c Rose (65) well tied by "Washington D.C. Nov. 28, 1862" double circle ds, stamp with corner crease at T.R., cover with very trivial soiling, still Very Fine, ex Walcott, with 1987 P.F. certificate

E. 1,000-1,250
950
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162°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 162, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueEagle and Shield, Eagle and ShieldEagle and Shield. Magnus-style design with train and ship in background, on cover with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by partial Washington ds (Sep. 4, 1861), reduced at L., barely into design, Fine, unlisted in Walcott

E. 250-350
200
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163
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 163, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFor the Union. Illinois, For the Union. IllinoisFor the Union. Illinois. Two-panel multicolor Magnus design on cover to R.I., 3c Rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Apr. 14, 1863" cds, minor toning, otherwise Very Fine

E. 300-400
700
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164°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 164, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueIndian Maiden (Liberty), Indian Maiden (Liberty)Indian Maiden (Liberty). Multicolor Magnus design on cover with 3c Rose (65) canceled by neat grid, matching "Oswego N.Y. Apr. 2" double circle ds, stamp with small corner crease, cover with small edge tears and small piece out of back which has been mended, fresh and Fine appearance, with 1993 P.F. certificate

E. 300-400
200
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165
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Kentucky Patriotics. Three, different designs, one with Paducah Ky. blue Oct. 1861 cds and matching "Due 3" in lozenge, original enclosure with caricature letterhead; another with blue "DUE 3" of Louisville, enclosure headed Camp Woods with rare soldier & flag letterhead as printed by Nunemacher of Indiana and finally, a ms. London Ky. postmark on all-over Liberty's Defender with portrait of Washington, last with edge tears, second with small corner nick, still Fine, very scarce group

E. 200-250
170
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166
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 166, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLiberty and Flag, Liberty and FlagLiberty and Flag. Multicolor Magnus design on cover to the "U.S. Steamer Florida" at Beaufort N.C., 3c Rose (65) tied by "Alexandria Va. Apr. 17, 1863" double circle ds, slightly reduced at L., just clear of design, stamp with small faults, otherwise Fine

E. 100-150
160
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167°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 167, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLiberty and Indian, Liberty and IndianLiberty and Indian. Multicolor Magnus design (W2123) on cover with "Due 3" in circle and "Washington D.C. Nov. 21 `62" double circle, bit reduced at R., Fine

E. 250-350
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168°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 168, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueSeated Liberty, Flag and Shield, Seated Liberty, Flag and ShieldSeated Liberty, Flag and Shield. Multicolor Magnus design on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by target, matching "Washington D.C. Feb. 6 `64" double circle, slightly reduced at L. (clear of design), stamp with corner nick, otherwise quite fresh, Fine

E. 250-350
0
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169
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 169, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGeneral Logan, General LoganGeneral Logan. Magnus design in purple on cover with light "Due 3" hs and matching Annapolis Md. ds, original Sept. 1863 enclosure from soldier who in a P.S. apologizes for having no stamps, minor soiling, Fine, very rare design

E. 200-250
180
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170°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 170, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGeorge McClellan, George McClellanGeorge McClellan. Multicolor Magnus portrait framed by two soldiers with flag, on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by partial Banks Division cds in blue, slightly reduced at L. (clear of design) and some toning (mostly noticable on back), still Fine, scarce, ex Paliafito

E. 500-600
400
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171°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 171, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePanorama of Nashville 1, Panorama of Nashville 1Panorama of Nashville 1. All-over multicolor Magnus design with 3c Rose (65) tied by target and light "Port Royal S.C. Oct. 25, 1863" cds, original enclosure headed Folly Island (contents in German) with Magnus letterhead entitled "Empire State" with view of Manhattan, etc., stamp with small faults, cover professionally cleaned at edges, Very Fine appearance, this design is almost never found postally used

E. 1,000-1,250
1,600
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172
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 172, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueEmpire State, Empire StateEmpire State. Two-panel Magnus design in bronze with aerial view of Manhattan, 3c Rose (65), well-centered, attractively tied by bold "Philadelphia Pa. Oct. 31, 1863" cds and open grid duplex, faint (lightened) water spot at T. and few tiny toned spots along cover edge at B.R., still Very Fine, a gorgeous usage, very scarce

E. 600-800
850
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173
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 173, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueNew-York For the Union, New-York For the UnionNew-York For the Union. Two-panel multicolor Magnus design on cover to Maine, 3c Rose (65) tied by large double circle "Washington D.C. Oct. 22, 1862" ds, barely reduced at L., just trimming perfs in L. margin of stamp, otherwise Very Fine, scarce and very attractive

E. 250-350
240
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174°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 174, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFor the Union, Ohio, For the Union, OhioFor the Union, Ohio. Two-panel Magnus design with 3c Rose (65) tied by quartered cork cancel, matching "Washington D.C. Apr." small cds, minor soiling, slightly reduced at R., almost Very Fine

E. 400-500
475
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175°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 175, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFor the Union, Pennsylvania, For the Union, PennsylvaniaFor the Union, Pennsylvania. Two-panel Magnus design on cover with 3c Rose (65) well tied by partial Washington D.C. large double circle, enclosure from Vienna Va. with matching letterhead, though the hand-coloring in each shows different extremes - the former mostly in blue, the latter mostly green, some toned spots in cover, otherwise Very Fine, attractive exhibit page

E. 500-600
450
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176
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 176, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFor the Union, Pennsylvania, For the Union, PennsylvaniaFor the Union, Pennsylvania. Multicolor Magnus design on cover to Hudson N.Y., 3c Rose (65) tied by indistinct Washington cds, Very Fine

E. 400-500
475
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177
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 177, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueSoldiers and Statesmen Need Only Imitate His Example, and the Lord will bless them, Soldiers and Statesmen Need Only Imitate His Example, and the Lord will bless themSoldiers and Statesmen Need Only Imitate His Example, and the Lord will bless them. Spectacular all-over Magnus design with vignette of Washington in battle surrounded by map of U.S., all hand-colored, 3c Rose (65) in lower address panel tied by Washington cds, stamp with mended corner nick at B.R., cover with small area skillfully restored at T.R. corner (affecting only "the Lord" and tiny bit of map), Very Fine appearance, a beautiful design and very rare used

E. 500-600
700
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178°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 178, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePanorama of Washington, Panorama of WashingtonPanorama of Washington. Multicolor Magnus design on 9-1/2 x 4 in. envelope to Dunkirk N.Y. with three copies of 3c Rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Feb. 2" datestamp struck twice, with original matching enclosure, a 8-1/2 x 32 in. broadside lavishly illustrated with familiar Magnus vignettes beginning with a large portrait of George Washington, all hand-colored, cover with usual edge tears and wear which have been skillfully repaired incl. small portion of R. stamp and restoration of cover's right edge, Fine appearance, one of the rarest of patriotics used or unused, listed as No. 1 in Walcott with Laurence's note, "I know of only 6 in existence," though in our opinion this figure seems high; with 1988 P.F. certificate

E. 6,000-8,000
6,000
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179°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 179, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueWest Front of the Capitol, West Front of the CapitolWest Front of the Capitol. Two-panel Magnus design with unusual eagle and Liberty vignette at L., 3c Rose (65) tied by "Alexandria Va. Jan. 19, 1862" double circle ds, cover with small sealed tear at B. and slightly reduced at R. (barely affecting two perfs), still Very Fine and rare (unlisted in Walcott)

E. 600-800
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180°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 180, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueWest Front of the Capitol, West Front of the CapitolWest Front of the Capitol. Two-panel Magnus design with Liberty and Indian maiden at L. giving each other strong sapphic looks, 3c Rose (65) tied by mostly bold "Washington D.C. Dec. 13, 1862," stamp with perf faults at R., small stain at B.L., Fine

E. 300-400
200
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181°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 181, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePanoramic View of the Fortifications Around Washington, Panoramic View of the Fortifications Around WashingtonPanoramic View of the Fortifications Around Washington. All-over Magnus design in bronze with address and 3c Rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Sep. 5, 1862" large double circle, cover slightly reduced at R. (clear of design), Fine and scarce

E. 300-400
210
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182°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 182, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueSmithsonian Institute, Smithsonian InstituteSmithsonian Institute. Two-panel multicolor Magnus design on cover with well-centered 3c Rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Sep. 1, 1862" large double circle, barely reduced at R. (clear of address), Very Fine and choice, ex Walcott

E. 600-800
600
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183°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 183, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueU.S. Patent Office, U.S. Patent OfficeU.S. Patent Office. Two-panel design on cover with 3c Rose (65) well tied by Washington large double circle, odd hand-coloring of mostly yellow and greenish blue, Very Fine, unlisted in Walcott

E. 600-800
0
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184
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 184, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueU.S. Naval Expedition. N, U.S. Naval Expedition. NU.S. Naval Expedition. N.10 All-over multicolor Magnus design on cover to Washington, N.H., 3c Rose (65) on back tied by segmented cork cancel, matching bold "Old Point Comfort Va. Apr. 30" double circle ds, tiny tear in margin at B.R. and very minor soiling, Fine and very scarce

E. 400-500
600
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185
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 185, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueU.S. Naval Expedition. N.12, U.S. Naval Expedition. N.12U.S. Naval Expedition. N.12. All-over multicolor Magnus design on cover to Conn., 3c Rose (65) tied by partial Washington postmark, scattered toned spots, otherwise Fine, very scarce

E. 250-350
1,000
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186
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 186, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueAll Hail to the Stars and Stripes, All Hail to the Stars and StripesAll Hail to the Stars and Stripes. Facsimile of medal with crossed flags on cover with congressman's free frank and partial "Washington City D.C." cds, Very Fine

E. 100-150
90
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187
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 187, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Great Battle of the Antietam Valley, The Great Battle of the Antietam ValleyThe Great Battle of the Antietam Valley. All-over design on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by segmented cork, matching "Saint Dennis Md. Mar. 5" cds with great original enclosure from soldier at Camp Relay with all-over illustration "Battle of Pittsburg Landing" probably by same publisher, cover with some tiny edge nicks, Fine, handsome exhibit page

E. 150-200
325
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188
 
Sale Number 761, Lot Number 188, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueRebel Arms of Arkansas, Rebel Arms of ArkansasRebel Arms of Arkansas. Red and blue all-over design on cover front only franked with 1c Blue (63) and 2c Black (73) tied together by bold "Philadelphia Pa. Dec. 6, 1863" cds, sender has added in ms. "*Mistake. It is the old coat of arms.", Very Fine appearance, handsome and rare Black Jack usage from the Lossing correspondence

E. 600-800
500
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189
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 189, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueOur Army and Navy, Our Army and NavyOur Army and Navy. All-over illustrated design with portraits of McClellan and Commodore Dupont, 3c Rose (65) tied by blue "G.B.D. Mar. 10" datestamp, edge wear and tiny tears, otherwise Fine, very scarce design

E. 150-200
125
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190°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 190, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueAs It Is - As It Will Be, As It Is - As It Will BeAs It Is - As It Will Be. Berlin & Jones allegorical design of battling children, in black on white (W892), 3c Dull Red (26) pair tied by "Jefferson Barracks Mo." cds and addressed to Swartswood, N.J., flap faults ending in small tear at T., trivial edge toning, Fine, very scarce and appealing design

E. 750-1,000
575
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191
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 191, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueAs It Is - As It Will Be, As It Is - As It Will BeAs It Is - As It Will Be. Berlin & Jones allegorical design on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Dec. 22, 1862" cds, perfs scissor blunted at L., slightly reduced at R., just trimming edge of postmark's rim, still Very Fine

E. 200-250
190
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192
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 192, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Late Col. E.D. Baker, The Late Col. E.D. BakerThe Late Col. E.D. Baker. Mourning design in two panels on cover with 3c Rose (65), well-centered, tied by "Alexandria Va. Jan. 7, 1862" double circle, cover with small toned spot in T.R. corner otherwise choice and Very Fine

E. 200-250
350
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193
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 193, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueBattle Panorama, Battle PanoramaBattle Panorama. Ambitious woodcut showing desperate charge, with ironclad battle in background, on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Alexandria Va. Jul. 17" double circle ds, edge wear, still Fine, scarce design

E. 100-150
180
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194
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 194, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueBlood Money; or How Southern Rebels Encourage Piracy, Blood Money; or How Southern Rebels Encourage PiracyBlood Money; or How Southern Rebels Encourage Piracy. Jeff Davis caricature on cover with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by grid, matching "Sidney O. Aug. 9" cds, mended corner nick at T.L., Fine

E. 100-125
100
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195°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 195, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueJames Buchanan, James BuchananJames Buchanan. Oval portrait in black on yellow cvoer with 3c Yellowish Rose Red (11) tied by blue "Hanover N-H. Sep. 6' cds, original enclosure with matching letterhead, contents mentions "Buchanan stationery", also a second letter dated Sep. 11, same letterhead, except larger format, contents mentions that majority of students are "Fremonters", etc., cover with small edge faults, otherwise Fine

E. 200-250
290
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196
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 196, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGenl. Butterfield, Genl. ButterfieldGenl. Butterfield. Red & blue design on pale amber cover with "Thibodeaux La. Jan. 4, 1864" cds and 3c Rose (65) just tied by odd fancy grid, opened at T., resulting in tiny corner tear at T.L., otherwise fresh, Very Fine and very scarce occupation usage

E. 200-250
180
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197
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 197, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue"Coming events cast their shadows before, "Coming events cast their shadows before"Coming events cast their shadows before." Union caricature on cover to Worcester Mass. with 3c Dull Red (26) just tied by grid and "Dayton O. Jul. 26 1861" cds, E. Cogan imprint on flap, some thinning on back from being removed from old-time album, Fine and very scarce design, unlisted in Walcott

E. 150-200
900
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198
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 198, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueTwelve-Star Confederate Flag, Twelve-Star Confederate FlagTwelve-Star Confederate Flag. Illustration in grayish violet on cover with 3c Rose Pink (64b) tied by grid, matching "Lawrence Mass. Oct. 11" cds, with street address in Boston address written within design, stamp with soiling at T., scrapbook page remnants on back, Fine appearance, a very rare and unusual usage of Confederate patriotic from New England where sympathizers were scarce

E. 500-750
800
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199
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 199, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueCaptured Confederate Patriotic, Captured Confederate PatrioticCaptured Confederate Patriotic. Eleven-star flag patriotic with verse, black on oatmeal, with 3c Rose (65) and curious private fancy sticker tied together by Bank's Division cds, opened at R., trimming perfs in R. margin, otherwise fresh, Fine usage

E. 300-400
475
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200
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 200, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueF.W. Curtenius Colonel, F.W. Curtenius ColonelF.W. Curtenius Colonel. Very rare two-panel design of S.I. Lowenstein of Baltimore in black on cream cover with ms. "Ship Island Miss Mar. 25" and matching "3" with additional "Due 6" in circle lightly struck, light soiling, Fine, a beautiful design

E. 500-600
0
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201
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 201, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueJeff Davis Going To War, Jeff Davis Going To WarJeff Davis Going To War. Union caricature with usual hand-coloring, on illuminated envelope with 3c Rose (65) tied by target, matching tiny "Phila Pa. Jul. 29 1864" cds, light even toning on back only, still Very Fine, rather late usage

E. 300-400
200
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202
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 202, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueJeff Davis Going To War, Jeff Davis Going To WarJeff Davis Going To War. Hand-colored Union caricature on cover with all-over grey design, well-centered 3c Rose (65) tied by target, small "Phila Pa. Jul. 25, 1862" ds, docketing below stamp, small cover flaws, Fine and attractive appearance, ex Paliafito

E. 250-350
325
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203
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 203, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueRepudiation, RepudiationRepudiation. Jeff Davis caricature from Berlin & Jones on cover to Maine with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by bold "East New York N.Y. Jan. 6" cds, used 1862 or later, lightened waterstain in area of stamp (lightly creased before use), Fine, scarce use of the 3c 1857 accepted after demonetization

E. 100-150
190
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204
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 204, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueEagle and Globe, Eagle and GlobeEagle and Globe. Design on Aug. 20, 1862 stampless cover to Germany from Washington, beautiful array of transit and due markings front and back, Very Fine and choice

E. 300-350
400
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205
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 205, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueEagle and Shield, Eagle and ShieldEagle and Shield. Design with Mumford & Co. imprint on cover to Basel, Switzerland, "Rolla Mo." cds and ms. "Due 24," minor soiling, Fine, very scarce Missouri usage

E. 250-350
270
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206
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 206, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueCol. Ellsworth, Col. EllsworthCol. Ellsworth. Design with quote at B. (parentheses added in ms.) on cover to Exeter N.H. with blue ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY N-Y double circle and red "New-York Free Jun 1861", mc free frank of Charles Henry Van Wyck (three months before being commissioned a colonel of the 56th New York Infantry), tiny edge soiling and no flap, still very colorful and Fine, very scarce usage

E. 500-600
800
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207
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 207, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueEllsworth, EllsworthEllsworth. Wells design on cover with 3c Rose Pink (64b), beautiful near Pink shade, pen-canceled, matching "Bacon creek ky. Jan. 14" Kentucky postmark, stamp with light gum soiling and cover slightly reduced at R., Fine and very scarce usage from border state

E. 300-400
0
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208
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 208, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue, Remember Ellsworth! Design with free frank of E. Corning, on cover with "Albany N.Y. Jun. 7" cds, accompanied by ca. 1856 cover with corner card of the Marshall House (where Ellsworth was killed in May `61) and franked with No. 11 tied by Alexandria Va. cds, both with edge wear, Fine pair

E. 100-150
180
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209
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 209, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFremont, FremontFremont. Oval portrait in black on white cover, average 3c Brownish Carmine (11), ms. "Georgia Vt. Oct. 3" cds, small toned area at T.L. corner and small tear at T., Fine

E. 100-150
85
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210
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 210, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue1st Regiment U.S. National Guard N.Y. Excelsior, 1st Regiment U.S. National Guard N.Y. Excelsior1st Regiment U.S. National Guard N.Y. Excelsior. All-over design in blue with eagle & crossed flags at center, 3c Rose (65) tied by bold "Old Point Comfort Va. Feb. 28" double circle cds, imprint on flap of Reagles & Co., original undated enclosure with patriotic letterhead headed Camp Butler, barely reduced at R. with some tiny tears, still Fine, a striking design, unlisted and very rare

E. 100-150
130
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211
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 211, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueExcelsior, ExcelsiorExcelsior. Our Country Forever! Design in blue on lilac cover with 3c Brownish Carmine (26) tied by "Washington D.C. Aug. 28, 1862" cds, minor wrinkling in cover, still Very Fine, very attractive

E. 100-150
210
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212
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 212, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Union and the Constitution, The Union and the ConstitutionThe Union and the Constitution. All-over flag design in red & blue on a uncharacteristic gray blue, Washington cds and G. Marston free frank, addressed to N.H. (Genl. Marston recruited the 2nd N.H. which he led at First Manassas), Extremely Fine and attractive

E. 200-250
260
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213
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 213, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueHistory of Our Flag, History of Our FlagHistory of Our Flag. All-over design with flag and text on cover to Boston, 3c Rose (65) tied by target, partial Philadelphia cds, Very Fine

E. 150-200
115
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214
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 214, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePatriot Holding Flag, Patriot Holding FlagPatriot Holding Flag. Design on cover to Edward Cogan of patriotic envelope fame from Alfred Robinson, publisher of this design, with imprint identifying him as "Numismatist and Broker", 3c Rose (65) tied in margin by "Hartford Ct. Sep. 23 1861" double circle ds, docketing on back by Cogan, Very Fine, scarce usage between two Civil War publishers

E. 150-200
230
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215
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 215, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePatriot Holding Flag, Patriot Holding FlagPatriot Holding Flag. 3c Rose (65) tied by clear strike of double-circle "Mason N.H." fancy ds with fleurons on patriotic, few small toned spots, Fine and attractive

E. 100-150
65
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216
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 216, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue"I wouldn't pull down dat Flag, Massa George, "I wouldn't pull down dat Flag, Massa George"I wouldn't pull down dat Flag, Massa George." John Wells design with shocked look of white man being touched by his black servant on cover to the Camp Sullivan hospital, 3c Dull Red (26) tied by "Exeter N.H. Aug. 26", minor edge wear otherwise Very Fine, scarce design

E. 100-150
115
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217
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 217, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFort Donelson, Fort DonelsonFort Donelson. Two different designs, first with No. 65, "Bayonet Charge at the Taking of Fort Donelson, in purple, other with cheering soldier in red brown on yellow with Nashville Ten. cds and "Due 3', latter with edge wear, Fine pair

E. 100-150
190
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218
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 218, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueFort Jefferson Fla. Apr. 12, Fort Jefferson Fla. Apr. 12Fort Jefferson Fla. Apr. 12. Bold datestamp on patriotic cover of the 7th N.H. Regiment, in red, with two copies of 3c Rose (65) tied by "Paid" in circle, two small edge tears and tiny nick at L., Fine

E. 100-150
180
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219
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 219, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueNaval Engagement off Fort Wright, Naval Engagement off Fort WrightNaval Engagement off Fort Wright. Design showing ironclad battle, sinking CSA vessel in foreground, etc., on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by target, Ohio cds at L. (town not readable), scattered toning, still Fine, rare design

E. 100-150
280
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220
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 220, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueUlysses S. Grant, First Campaign, Ulysses S. Grant, First CampaignUlysses S. Grant, First Campaign. Portrait in fancy frame, all in gray on cover franked with 3c Black (O49) tied by bold cork cancel, no datestamp, addressed in pencil to "S W Taylor Rout Agt", Very Fine, rare example of a Department stamp on a campaign envelope

E. 300-400
260
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221
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 221, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGrant-Colfax, Grant-ColfaxGrant-Colfax. Crude portraits with eagle motif, on cover with 3c Red, F. Grill (94) canceled by blue target, matching "Cincinnati O. Sep. 27" cds, sealed tear into design, Fine appearance, very scarce

E. 250-350
180
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222
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 222, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGrant. "For President, Grant. "For PresidentGrant. "For President." First campaign design in blue on cover to Glover, Vt., bold "West Charleston Vt. Nov. 21" cds repeated at L., Very Fine, very scarce usage from this tiny office, accompanied by small Republican Ticket broadside for Grant-Wilson with profile of Lincoln at T., latter with faults, cover Very Fine

E. 200-250
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223
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 223, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueOur Gun Boats will shine day-light through Secession, Our Gun Boats will shine day-light through SecessionOur Gun Boats will shine day-light through Secession. Naval design in blue on cover to Washington, ms. "Free" and matching "Neptune O. Apr. 15" postmark, Very Fine, rare town marking

E. 150-200
120
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224
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 224, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueHand-Drawn Black Caricature, Hand-Drawn Black CaricatureHand-Drawn Black Caricature. 3c Rose (65) tied by grid, matching "Andover Ms. Jan. 17" cds on back of oblong cover with comic address and rude caricature of black dwarf, opened to show both sides, Fine, ex Rust

E. 400-500
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225
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 225, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueHand-Drawn Cartoon, Hand-Drawn CartoonHand-Drawn Cartoon. "Well, there, I must take care of Uncle Sam's property" patriotic address on cover front only, with 3c Rose (65) canceled by target, clear "Philadephia Pa. Feb. 25, 1862" cds, shows heavily armed soldier pulling cannon and mail box; accompanying this is an unused Washington patrotic with fancy calligraphic address; former with some stains and rounded corners (into stamp), still appealing and unique

E. 300-400
250
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226
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 226, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueHanging Sesch, Hanging SeschHanging Sesch. Union caricature with well-centered 3c Rose (65) tied by "Salem Mass. Nov. 6, 1862" double circle ds, Very Fine and choice

E. 100-150
650
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227
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 227, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue37th Regiment Indiana Volunteers, 37th Regiment Indiana Volunteers37th Regiment Indiana Volunteers. State design in blue on yellow cover with Ind. chaplain's endorsement at T., clear "DUE 3" hs of Louisville, original enclosure with eagle and flag letterhead datelined "Camp Jefferson, Ky. Jan. 19, 1862," some edge wear, Fine and attractive, unlisted in Walcott

E. 150-200
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228°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 228, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueAndrew Jackson, "Our Federal Union, It Must be preserved, Andrew Jackson, "Our Federal Union, It Must be preservedAndrew Jackson, "Our Federal Union, It Must be preserved." Portrait in red on off-white cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by grids, matching "Wooster O. Oct. 28, 1861" double circle, light toning, Fine, very scarce design

E. 200-250
250
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229
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 229, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssuePatriotic Ladies Envelopes from Kentucky, Patriotic Ladies Envelopes from KentuckyPatriotic Ladies Envelopes from Kentucky. Lot of four different eagle designs, each with No. 65 tied by bold Henderson Ky. cds, Dec. 30, 1861-Feb. 28, 1862, last is on embossed envelope with eagle added in red (W2631) and stamp in an unusally deep shade, others are small envelopes (2426 in red, blue; 2631) some minor toning, still Very Fine, lovely exhibit page

E. 250-350
300
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230
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 230, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLiberty and Flag, Liberty and FlagLiberty and Flag. Design on Angell cover to Vienna with rare legal mixed issue combination of 12c Black, Plate 3 (36b) and 3c Rose (65) with both tied by large "Paid" in grid, faint red exchange cds and neat blue "American Uber Bremen Franco", Vienna backstamp, 12c with a tiny (and skillful) repair of the B.L. corner, still Very Fine, handsome usage, ex Matthies

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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231
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 231, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLiberty & Union Now & For Ever, Liberty & Union Now & For EverLiberty & Union Now & For Ever. Liberty & eagle design in red on cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by target in claret, matching New Albany Ind. double circle, address in bright red ink, cover opened at R., trimming R. margin of stamp. Fine, an attractive study in red

E. 200-250
0
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232
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 232, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Tree of Liberty, The Tree of LibertyThe Tree of Liberty. Design on cover to Pomeroy Ind. with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Saint Louis Mo. Feb. 22, 1862" cds, Very Fine

E. 100-150
70
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 233, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLincoln-Hamlin, First Campaign, Lincoln-Hamlin, First CampaignLincoln-Hamlin, First Campaign. Black on light yellow design, unusual variety with fancy blind embossing in T.R. corner for Williams College, Class of 1863, clear "Williamstown Mass. Oct. 31" cds at B.L. corner and 3c Dull Red (26) used to seal flaps on back and canceled with light grid, slightly reduced at R. (just into 2 letters of street address), light wear, still Fine, rare with college corner card

E. 350-450
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234
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 234, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLincoln-Hamlin, Lincoln-HamlinLincoln-Hamlin. Carpenter & Allen portraits in black on orange cover with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by blue "Framingham Ms. Sep. 24" cds, accompanied by original enclosure with matching letterhead, edge wear and tiny nicks

E. 150-200
160
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235
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 235, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLincoln & Hamlin, Slavery Sectional, Lincoln & Hamlin, Slavery SectionalLincoln & Hamlin, Slavery Sectional. Eagle with snake design, in black on orange cover, 3c Rose (65) tied by blue grid, matching "Claremont N.H. May 2" cds struck twice, to Chesapeake Hospital and readdressed to Newport News Hospital, edge wear and large tear into design, very scarce

E. 100-150
80
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236
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 236, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Fence that Uncle Abe built, The Fence that Uncle Abe builtThe Fence that Uncle Abe built. Campaign style cover resurrected as patriotic with Magee imprint on flap, 3c Rose (65) tied by "Old Point Comfort Va. Feb. 12" double circle ds, stamp with tiny corner nick and cover slighty reduced at R. (well clear of address), still Very Fine

E. 300-400
160
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237°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 237, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueLincoln-Johnson, Second Campaign, Lincoln-Johnson, Second CampaignLincoln-Johnson, Second Campaign. Design in black on yellow cover with "New Orleans La. Feb. 26" double circle ds, 3c Rose (65) with segmented cork cancel, not tied, original soldier's letter enclosure, small edge soiling and small tear at R., otherwise Fine

E. 250-350
200
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238
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 238, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueBeardless Lincoln, First Campaign, Beardless Lincoln, First CampaignBeardless Lincoln, First Campaign. Portrait with flatboat vignette in black on near-salmon colored envelope with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by blue "Oberlin O. Jun. 16" cds, second struck over Lincoln's face, original 1860 enclosure, scattered age specks and stamp with pre-use crease, still Fine and attractive

E. 200-250
250
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239
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 239, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueBeardless Lincoln, Beardless LincolnBeardless Lincoln. Merrill & Son design with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by large "Paid" in grid, light red Boston cds, partial "MISSENT" and matching "Northfield Vt. Dec. 18, 1860" cds, light soiling, Fine

E. 200-250
115
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240
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 240, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueNo Extension of Slavery, No Extension of SlaveryNo Extension of Slavery. Blue label with portrait of Lincoln, on orange cover with 3c Brownish Carmine (26) tied by balloon-style "Dover Ill. Nov. 6" ds, the day of the election, Very Fine, illustrated in Milgram (AL-1)

E. 200-250
290
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241
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 241, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Nation Mourns Its Chief Has Fallen, The Nation Mourns Its Chief Has FallenThe Nation Mourns Its Chief Has Fallen. Mourning design on cover with 3c Rose (65) canceled by grayish black grid, matching "Mercer Pa. Jul. 9" cds, light soiling and scattered toned spots, slightly reduced at R., otherwise Fine, rare

E. 250-350
250
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242
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 242, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueWe Cherish His Memory, We Cherish His MemoryWe Cherish His Memory. Oval mourning portrait on cover to California with 3c Rose (65) tied by quartered cork, matching balloon-style "Capton Village N.Y." ds, slightly reduced at R., just into few perfs but clear of address, Fine and rare, ex Walcott

E. 200-250
160
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243
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 243, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue, Bearded Lincoln Label Gummed patriotic shield label with portrait, on cover to Buttonville, Canada West, 5c Brown (76) pair tied by "Norwich N.Y. Dec. 17 `64" cds and target duplex, label partly lifted to confirm it belongs, light soiling, Fine and scarce, illustrated in Milgram, p. 75

E. 200-250
280
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244
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Lincoln Labels. Two different, on separate covers, includes AL-112 on yellow cover to a Miss Lincoln with No. 65 tied by Elmira N.Y. ds and AL-114 on 3c entire from Springfield, Ill., Fine pair

E. 100-150
160
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245
c
Lincoln Campaign Covers, Patriotics and Related. Twelve covers, includes caricature "A.L. His Mark" flag with No. 26; S. Raynor Lincoln-Hamlin cover used from Sherburne Vt. with No. 26; rare Lincoln-Johnson cover illustrated in Milgram, p. 99; Lincoln & His Cabinet also illust., p. 105; also one with stamp added, mixed condition, Good-Fine

E. 200-250
425
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246
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Vermont Lincoln Covers. Two, includes beardless portrait in oval on yellow cover (AL-9) with No. 65 tied by 1862 Vt. cds (St. Johnsbury?), and colorless embossed, "Slavery Sectional," etc. with matching Lincoln-Hamilin names on flap (AL-108), pen-canceled No. 26 and ms. "W. Cornwall Vt. Oct. 4" postmark, latter with some staining, still Fine pair

E. 150-200
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247
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 247, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueMaryland, MarylandMaryland. Flag design with verse on fresh cover to Philadelphia, clear "Halls Cross Roads Md. May 29" cds, 3c Dull Red (26) tied by matching grid, stamp with pre-printing paper crease and tiny crease from placement at edge, still Very Fine, scarce small town usage

E. 200-250
150
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248
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 248, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe War For the Union. Massachusetts, The War For the Union. MassachusettsThe War For the Union. Massachusetts. All-over design in two shades of gray with script handstamp of "E.F. Jones Colonel Mass. 26th" and blue "Due 3' in circle with matching Baltimore cds, Berlin & Jones imprint on flap, minor edge wear, Fine and very scarce

E. 100-150
90
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249
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 249, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueMaj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellanMaj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan. Handsome design on cover with bold "SHIP" hs and "Philadelphia Pa. Mar. 11, 1862" tying 3c Rose (65), original 6-page enclosure with McClellan letterhead in rose, cover slightly reduced at L., Very Fine and choice

E. 300-400
230
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250
c
Sale Number 761, Lot Number 250, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueGen. McClellan, Gen. McClellanGen. McClellan. Design in black on cover with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by "Washington D.C. Nov. 19" cds with inverted month & day, original 1861 enclosure headed Camp Griffin with striking letterhead showing Genl. Scott, some contemporary ink spots in McClellan portrait, barely reduced at R. (slightly irregular at B.R., clear of address), still choice appearing and Fine

E. 150-200
135
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251
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 251, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueMaj. Gen. McClellan, Maj. Gen. McClellanMaj. Gen. McClellan. Portrait in wreath frame, blue on yellow cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by bold "Henderson Ky. Jan. 9, 1862" double circle ds, stamp with small soiling, otherwise Very Fine, very scarce Kentucky usage

E. 150-200
75
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252
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Patriotics from New Jersey. Fourteen covers, nearly all different designs (includes three with embossed eagle on red & blue flaps), one with matching letterhead, towns incl. Baptistown, Carpenters Landing, New Egypt, Phillipsburg (balloon-style), etc., franked with either No. 26 or 65, very mixed condition

E. 200-250
220
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253
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 253, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue, Peace! Peace! Privately-created patriotic with slogan and printed address on orange envelope to Lincoln, Vt., 3c Rose (65) tied by target, matching "Alexandria Va. May 6", original enclosure ironically dated Apr. 15, 1865, the day of Lincoln's death, letter mentions getting a supply of free envelopes, and holding off on mailing this as the writer intends to adding another "to jannette" because he has no more stamps, Very Fine, very unusual usage

E. 100-150
135
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254°
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 254, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Arms of the Keystone State, The Arms of the Keystone StateThe Arms of the Keystone State. Design in brown, blue and yellow, on fresh cover with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Philadelphia Pa. Jul. 24, 1862" cds, Very Fine

E. 400-500
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255
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 255, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueSecond Corps, First Division, Second Corps, First DivisionSecond Corps, First Division. Late Magee design on cover with 3c Rose (65) just tied by quartered cork, matching "Washington D.C. Apr. 18" cds, Fine

E. 100-125
75
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256
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 256, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueRosecrans The Hero Of "The West, Rosecrans The Hero Of "The WestRosecrans The Hero Of "The West." Altered Confederate patriotic with oval portrait of Jeff Davis at L. in brown violet and name blocked out, text in red & blue added at R., 3c Rose (65) tied by "Baltimore Md." cds in blue, accompanied by unused envelope with original unaltered design, minor toning, Fine and scarce

E. 150-200
230
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257
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 257, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueDr. Russell at Bull's Run, Dr. Russell at Bull's RunDr. Russell at Bull's Run. Magee caricature (W992) in blue on cover with 3c Rose (65) pair tied by dotted cork cancel and bold "Philadelphia Pa. Aug. 27, 1861" cds, flap with ms. return address of publisher Edward Cogan, L. stamp with corner fault at B.L., otherwise a clean and Very Fine usage, very early use of the 3c 1861 in the Rose shade, ex Walcott

E. 250-350
270
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258
c
Sale Number 761, Lot Number 258, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueDon't Give Up the Ship of State, Don't Give Up the Ship of StateDon't Give Up the Ship of State. Design in blue on white cover, 3c Rose (65) tied by blue "Annapolis Md. Jan. 1, 1862 cds, address in blue ink stamp with small faults, cover with minor wrinkling and light soiling, still Fine, a rare and attractive design

E. 150-200
75
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259
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 259, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueCharging Soldiers, Charging SoldiersCharging Soldiers. Small design in blue showing soldiers charging the enemy on cover with printed message corner card in matching ink underneath 3c Rose (65) at R., tied by "Alexandria Va. May 3" cds, minor soiling, Fine and scarce

E. 100-150
80
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260
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 260, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Soldier's Dream of Home, The Soldier's Dream of HomeThe Soldier's Dream of Home. Elaborate all-over design in black, gray and red with 3c Rose Pink (64b) tied by "Washington D.C. Oct. 5, 1861" cds, very slightly reduced at L., Very Fine appearance

E. 100-150
115
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261
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 261, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Soldier's Dream, The Soldier's DreamThe Soldier's Dream. All-over design in light blue with imprint of Cutter, Tower & Co., 3c Rose (65) tied by "Jay New-York May 31" cds, small sealed cover tear at B., Fine and attractive

E. 100-150
50
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262
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 262, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Southerner as He Was, The Southerner as He WasThe Southerner as He Was. Union caricature in dull violet and red, on soldier's cover with two endorsements, one from captain of 3rd Va. Cavalry, another from a major of the 8th Va. Vols., mostly bold "Winchester Va. Jun. 23, 1863" double circle, no due or rate marking, small mended nick & stain at T., otherwise Fine, seldom-seen usage from West Virginia officers

E. 100-150
220
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263
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 263, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueCol. Stumbaugh's Artillery Opening the Way, Col. Stumbaugh's Artillery Opening the WayCol. Stumbaugh's Artillery Opening the Way. Design in blue with imprint of Jno. R. Nunemacher of New Albany Ind., on cover with blue "DUE 3" of Louisville, Ky., major's endorsement at center, enclosure headed "Green River Kentucky Dec. 18, 1861" with green & red patriotic letterhead, contents describe battle of Rowlett's Station, also P.S.: "on the envelope you can see one of our cannons and also see me raming the cartrige [sic]", slight edge wear at R., Fine, very scarce design

E. 150-200
180
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264
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 264, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Hero of Sumpter, The Hero of SumpterThe Hero of Sumpter. Black-on-white design, on cover with free frank of Jno. Potter and clear "Washington D.C. Sep. 29, 1861" cds, trivial soiling and two minute edge tears at T., Fine

E. 100-150
70
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265
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 265, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Swamp Angel, The Swamp AngelThe Swamp Angel. Black-on-orange design with imprint of the 54th Mass. vols. at Morris Island, 3c Rose (65) tied by "Port Royal S.C. Nov. 4 `64" double circle, minor wrinkling, light wrinkling, Fine and attractive

E. 100-150
280
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266
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 266, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Unity of Government Which Constitutes You, The Unity of Government Which Constitutes YouThe Unity of Government Which Constitutes You. Striking and unusual all-over design by Harbac & Bro.,in grayish violet with elaborate address panel, franked with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Adrian Mich. Sep. 26, 1861" cds, two small abrasions in address and sealed tears at L., Fine appearance, ex Walcott (described by Laurence as "the only one I have ever seen)

E. 300-400
160
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267
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 267, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Girl I left behind me, The Girl I left behind meThe Girl I left behind me. All-over Liberty design with States border on cover to Detroit, partial "Washington D.C. Jan. 20 `62" double circle with matching "Due 3" hs, re-rated on arrival with twice struck "Due 6 Cts" in ovals, Magee impt. on flap, minor edge flaws, still an outstanding usage, Fine and very scarce

E. 200-250
190
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268
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 268, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueUnion, UnionUnion. Liberty design in black on deep blue envelope to Vt., 3c Rose (65) tied by cork cancel and "Annapolis Md. Feb. 9" cds, Very Fine, gorgeous and rare

E. 150-200
100
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269
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 269, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Union Forever and Ever, The Union Forever and EverThe Union Forever and Ever. Liberty & Globe design with Liberty in red on off-white cover to England, blue "Keokuk Ioa Sep. 6, 1862" double circle ds and matching "24" struck three times, black New York exchange ds and bold shilling mark, flap faults ending in small tear at T., light toning and soiling, still Fine, very scarce usage

E. 150-200
80
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270
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 270, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Union Forever, The Union ForeverThe Union Forever. Flag and soldier in red and black with Adjutant General's Office c.c., on cover to Milwaukee with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by grid, matching "Madison Wis. Jun. 22" cds, no flap, Fine, pretty design

E. 100-150
90
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271
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 271, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe Union Must & Shall Be Preserved, The Union Must & Shall Be PreservedThe Union Must & Shall Be Preserved. All-over design in greenish blue, 3c Rose (65) tied by blue "Frederick Md. Sep. 17, 1862" cds, original soldier's letter mentions a "hard fight" at Frederick, opened top and bottom, minor wear, Fine

E. 100-125
220
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272
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 272, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueA Pair of Geo. Washington Patriotics, A Pair of Geo. Washington PatrioticsA Pair of Geo. Washington Patriotics. Matching design with medallion portrait, each with caption, "Preserve the Land of Washington," blue on white, with 3c Dull Red (26) tied by "Washington City Dec. Free Jun. 22, 1861" cds, impt of 1st Reg., R.I. Detached Militia; other is "We Defend the Land of Washington," in black on lemon, with free frank of E.H. Rollins, impt. of 2nd Reg., Conn. Vols., and ms. written around flap: "Six fugitive slaves came into camp today & are employed as servants,"; first with minute tear at T., Very Fine pair

E. 300-400
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273
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 273, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueMartha Washington, Martha WashingtonMartha Washington. All-over design with tiny shields in corners, blue "Due 3' hs and matching "Nashville Ten. Aug. 6, 1862" cds partly struck off cover, pencil address and soldier's endorsement, Very Fine

E. 150-200
130
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274
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 274, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 Issue"The House That Uncle Sam Built, "The House That Uncle Sam Built"The House That Uncle Sam Built." Design in rose on cover with 3c Pink (64) tied by portion of Old Point Comfort Va. cds, some toning in perfs, otherwise Fine, attractive and scarce

E. 250-350
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275
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 275, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueA Loyal State. Wisconsin, A Loyal State. WisconsinA Loyal State. Wisconsin. Blue on cream all-over design with well-centered 3c Rose (65) just tied by blue open grid, matching "Louisville Ky. Feb. 4" double circle, slightly reduced at R. with tiny edge tear at T.R. corner, still Very Fine

E. 150-200
150
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276
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 276, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueTo the Union. State of Wisconsin, To the Union. State of WisconsinTo the Union. State of Wisconsin. All-over illust. design with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Cairo Ill. Jan. 6, 1862" cds, reverse with Cairo ds from Dec. 19 struck twice in addition to sender's stencil name stamp with star, cover with small corner nick at B.R. and piece out of stamp's L. margin, attractive and Fine appearance

E. 75-100
55
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277
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 277, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueMaj. Genr. Wool, Maj. Genr. WoolMaj. Genr. Wool. Elaborate two-panel design in blue produced by Hunckel & Son of Baltimore on cover to Mass. with 3c Rose (65) tied by "Old Point Comfort Va. Nov. 22" old-style cds, slightly reduced at R., some toned spots, still attractive, Fine

E. 100-150
130
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278
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Sale Number 761, Lot Number 278, Patriotic and Campaign Covers incl. 3c 1861-68 IssueThe New Zouave Drill, The New Zouave DrillThe New Zouave Drill. Union caricature in black on orange cover with 3c Rose Pink (64b) straddle single canceled by target, matching "Fort Wayne Ind. Nov. 14 1861" double circle ds, Very Fine, appealing and scarce design

E. 150-200
475
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279
 
Union and Patriotic Album Illustrated Envelope Holder. Published in 1861 by J.M. Whittemore & Co. of Boston, front & back covers with patriotic designs, covers with some nicks & dents and pages are separating in places, accompanied by a second example (one cover and several pages remaining)

E. 75-100
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280
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Unused Union Patriotics. Approx. 105 plus 1 letterhead, mostly all different, includes a group of Kimmels, both hand-colored and uncolored, Magnus, caricatures, etc., mostly Fine-Extremely Fine, better than usual offering

E. 200-250
425
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281
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Union Patriotics. 44 covers and 4 fronts, all different designs, mostly franked with either No. 65 or 26 but also includes G.B. 1p on patriotic front used in England, No. 35, No. 63 (3) on Genl. Scott cover, and No. 78 to England, some with soldiers' letters, very mixed condition, lot includes several items not in count: 2 covers with stamps missing and four unused patriotics (three are Magnus), Good-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
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282
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Union Patriotics. 55 covers, one front and two enclosures, most with No. 65 but includes usage with 1c for carrier, also one No. 26, virtually all different designs, mixed condition but all with original stamps, Good-Fine

E. 600-800
1,800
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283
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Balance of a Patriotic Collection. 44 covers, all different designs, either sent unpaid or franked with No. 26 or 65, a number with patriotic letterhead enclosures from soldiers, includes a nice group of regimental covers, lot also includes one unused and four covers with stamps added (not figured), mixed condition but some fascinating usages and designs, Good-Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,100
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