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Sale 795 — Confederate States

Sale Date — Tuesday, 28 October, 1997

Category — Postmasters Provisionals

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
442°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Clear to large margins, tied by "New Orleans La., 30 Nov." cds on orange cover to Port Gibson Miss., fresh and Fine, with 1992 C.S.A. certificate

300
230
443°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Ample to large margins, tied by partial strike of New Orleans cds on yellow cover to Spring Ridge La., with original enclosure dated Jan. 20, 1862, contents describe weather in excruciating detail, faint file fold at top barely affects stamp, otherwise Very Fine

300
150
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444°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Three large margins showing guideline and part of adjacent stamp at top, just in at bottom, tied by bold "New Orleans La. 20 Oct." cds on light yellow cover to Laurel Hill La., fresh and Fine

300
200
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445°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 445, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4), New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4)New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Large margins all around, placed over edge of cover and tied by "New Orleans La. 29 Sep." cds on small cover to Mobile Ala., Fine, with 1992 C.S.A. certificate

300
110
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446°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Horizontal pair, large margins except touched at one corner, rich color, tied by clear strike of "New Orleans 3 Oct." (1861) cds on cover to Montgomery Ala., Very Fine

550
300
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447°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Vertical pair, margins clear to slightly in, tied by two strikes of "Paid" cancel and "New Orleans La. 16 Oct." (1861) cds on cover to Flat Rock N.C., sender's routing "Via Greenville South Carolina", flap tears (one extending slightly into top), Fine

550
210
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448°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Top sheet margin showing "ble exclusi" portion of "Usable exclusively in the New Orleans Post Office" imprint, large at sides, barely touching at bottom left corner, rich color, tied by full clear strike of "PD. 5 CTS/N.O.P.O." provisional handstamp, equally clear strikes of "J. L. RIDDELL, P.M." straightline and "New Orleans Nov. 7, 1861" river-mail double-circle datestamp on buff cover to Providence La., very minor reduction at left

EXTREMELY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE NEW ORLEANS PROVISIONAL HANDSTAMP USED TO CANCEL ADHESIVE PROVISIONAL. ONE OF THE FINEST KNOWN EXAMPLES OF THIS USAGE.

Ex Mason, Shenfield and Weatherly

E. 3,000-4,000
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449°
c
New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Pos. 24, ample to large margins, tied by bold strike of provisional 5c handstamp used as a cancelling device on cover to Vacheries P.O. La., lightly struck "New Orleans La. Sep. 1, 1861" double-circle ds, some light toning spots, otherwise Fine and rare, the provisional handstamp was occasionally used as a cancelling device at the riverfront post office

E. 1,200-1,500
1,100
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450°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 450, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4), New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4)New Orleans La., 5c Red Brown on Bluish (62X4). Ample to large margins, tied by "New Orleans La. Nov. 6, 1861" double-circle ds on yellow cover addressed to Carroll Hoy & Co. at New Orleans, lightly struck blue "Steamer Genl. Quitman" oval handstamp, expertly restored, appears Fine, name-of-boat markings on Confederate provisionals are extremely scarce, the General Quitman operated as a mail boat, ex Knudsen, Everett

E. 200-300
750
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451°
ogbl
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 451, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Block of twelve, ample to large margins showing "Usable exclusiv" of imprint at top, full o.g., natural inclusions, few small gum soaks, otherwise a Very Fine-Extremely Fine and scarce multiple, ex Stonewall, Scott Retail as two blocks and two pairs

1,700
2,100
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452°
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Sale Number 795, Lot Number 452, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Unused (no gum), large margins incl. part of "Usable exclusively in the New Orleans Post Office" imprint at top, fresh and Extremely Fine

E. 200-300
150
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453°
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Sale Number 795, Lot Number 453, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Top sheet margin strip of three, Positions 3-5 with large part of "Usable exclusively in the New Orleans Post Office" imprint and trace of inverted imprint above that, large margins all around, original gum, lightly hinged, slight gum crease, Extremely Fine Gem strip showing the imprint - a unique feature of the New Orleans provisionals - ex Caspary, Kirkman

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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454°
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Sale Number 795, Lot Number 454, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Unused (no gum), large margins, rich color, Extremely Fine

115
125
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455°
 
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 455, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Large to huge margins, New Orleans Dec. 12 cds, Extremely Fine

225
260
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456°
 
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 456, Postmasters ProvisionalsNew Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5), New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5)New Orleans La., 5c Yellow Brown on Off-White (62X5). Large margins, lightly cancelled, Extremely Fine, very scarce in used condition

225
100
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457°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 457, Postmasters ProvisionalsOakway S.C., 5c Black (115X1), Oakway S.C., 5c Black (115X1)Oakway S.C., 5c Black (115X1). Circular cut adhesive stamp tied by manuscript "Paid" with matching "Oakway S.C.} Sept. 18, 1861" postmark on buff cover to James E. Hagood at Pickens Court House S.C., receipt docketing on back indicating J. B. Sanders (Oakway postmaster) as the sender

FRESH AND VERY FINE. ONE OF TWO RECORDED EXAMPLES OF THE OAKWAY PROVISIONAL STAMP - BOTH ON COVERS TO THE SAME ADDRESSEE - THIS BEING THE EARLIER DATE AND THE ONLY ONE TIED BY THE CANCELLATION.

Jobbery Sanders was appointed postmaster of Oakway, South Carolina, in 1858 and continued in 1861 when the Confederate government assumed control over the postal system. Oakway's population in 1861 was only 200, and the volume of mail was too small to justify a wood or metal cancelling device, so Postmaster Sanders simply postmarked mail by hand. His provisional stamps were probably short-lived and used on a very limited basis prior to the arrival of General Issue postage in November 1861.

The Oakway provisional stamp was discovered as early as 1907, but only since 1975 has it received Scott Catalogue recognition. Research by the late Daniel T. Gilbert, who owned the other Oakway cover (dated Oct. 9, 1861, and ex Worthington), provided the historical evidence validating the provisional stamp. Soon after The Philatelic Foundation certified the Worthington-Gilbert cover as genuine, the September 18th ex-Ferrary cover was brought back to light by Raymond and Roger Weill, the renowned New Orleans dealers. The September 18th cover offered here has the "W.H.C." mark of Warren H. Colson, the preeminent dealer of the first half of the 20th century. The cover was in Colson's stock at the time of his death and was acquired by the Weills; however, its existence was not widely known until 1976.

Mr. Gilbert established the validity of the Oakway provisional by travelling to South Carolina in 1974 and meeting J. B. Sanders, the postmaster's grandson, who was 95 at the time. Sanders immediately recognized his grandfather's writing and remembered him saying that he made up his own stamps before supplies of regular stamps arrived. Details of Gilbert's findings were published in the Confederate Philatelist, Sept.-Oct. 1975, and news of the second cover appeared in the Nov.-Dec. 1976 issue of the same publication.

Ex Ferrary, Colson and Freeland. This great rarity is listed but unpriced in Scott.

E. 40,000-50,000
60,000
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458°
 
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 458, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Complete reconstruction of pane of ten from singles cancelled by blue Petersburg cds: Pos. 1 left sheet margin and large on two sides, touched at bottom; Pos. 2 full margins except two ornaments touched at lower left; Pos. 3 large margins all around; Pos. 4 full to large margins except touched at lower right; Pos. 5 large margins all around (the cover from which this superb stamp was removed is included with lot - it has a small opening tear); Pos. 6 large margins to clear at lower left; Pos. 7 ample margins to barely in, small scissors-cut at bottom; Pos. 8 three huge margins, full to touching at right; Pos. 9 full margins to slightly touching (piece from which this stamp was removed is included with lot); and Pos. 10 large margins all around

VERY FINE TO EXTREMELY FINE. POSSIBLY THE FINEST OF THE THREE OR FOUR KNOWN RECONSTRUCTED SHEETS OF THE PETERSBURG PROVISIONAL.

The basis of this Birkinbine reconstruction was originally formed by Caspary and later acquired by Richard Corwin. Positions 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 and 9 were retained by Mr. Birkinbine, while the other positions have been upgraded with different stamps (including the cover providing Pos. 5).

Position 6 with 1986 P.F. certificate. Scott Retail $6,300.00

E. 5,000-7,500
4,250
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459°
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Sale Number 795, Lot Number 459, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Unused (no gum), large margins all around, bright and fresh, Extremely Fine Gem, the finest of the approximately fifteen unused singles (an unused block and at least one unused pair are known), ex Hind

1,000
1,600
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460°
 
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 460, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Pos. 1, constant variety "PETERSBURC" with "C", ample margins to touching, blue Petersburg cds, Very Fine

450
325
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461°
 
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 461, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Pos. 3, constant variety missing circle on ornament to left of "P" of "POST OFFICE", ample margins to touching, blue Petersburg cds, Very Fine

450
350
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462°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 462, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Position 5, huge margins on two sides, ample on others, beautiful shade and fine impression on bright paper, tied by neatly struck blue "Petersburg Va. 5 cts Oct. 8" cds on yellow cover to Louisburg N.C., flap removed, Extremely Fine and colorful, Scott Retail $2,250.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,000
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463°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 463, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Position 3, large margins except for a few ornaments at upper left, deep shade and fine impression, tied by bold blue "Petersburg Va. Dec. 15" cds on small 1861 folded letter to Summit N.C., made from blue-lined stationery, Very Fine and choice, ex Consul Klep

2,250
1,500
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464°
c
Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Just in to large margins, tied by blue "Petersburg Va. Jan. 15" cds on buff embossed merchant's corner card with green design, to McFarland's Va., docketing at top, Fine and colorful usage

2,250
1,100
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465°
c
Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Three large margins, in at top, tied by blue "Petersburg Va." cds on bronze Commission Merchants corner card cover, some edgewear, sealed tear on back, appears Fine

2,250
700
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466°
c
Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Position 6, margins clear of ornaments on two sides, others slightly in, tied by blue "Petersburg Va. Jan. 24" (1862) cds on blue folded cover to Judge Thomas Ruffin at Allemance N.C., ms. "Ford. from Allemance" forwarding mark, fresh and Fine, very attractive and scarce usage

2,250
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467°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 467, Postmasters ProvisionalsPetersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1), Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1)Petersburg Va., 5c Red (65X1). Position 1, three large margins showing sheet margin at left and part of adjacent stamp at bottom, just in at right, tied by blue "Petersburg Va. Jan. 18" cds on buff cover to Goldsboro N.C., cover expertly restored, appears Very Fine

2,250
850
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468°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 468, Postmasters ProvisionalsRaleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1), Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1)Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Partly clear strike of provisional handstamp, blue "Raleigh N.C. Jul. 8, 1861" double-circle ds on illustrated Thomas Carter's Garden and Nursery advertising cover to Vice President Stephens at Richmond Va., docketing on back indicates writer was offering to go to Europe to purchase garden seed if C.S.A. government would defray his expenses, all flaps intact (unusual for this corresondence), fresh and Very Fine, one other Raleigh provisional on this advertising cover is contained in the Levi records - the note re Carter's offer to run the Federal blockade with garden seed is quite interesting

E. 1,500-2,000
2,300
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469°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 469, Postmasters ProvisionalsRaleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1), Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1)Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Mostly clear strike of red provisional hs, blue "Raleigh N.C. Aug. 20, 1861" double-circle ds on red and blue 10-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic cover addressed in blue, flap and small opening tear at top repaired, Very Fine appearance, rare patriotic usage (five recorded in the Levi records)

2,500
1,700
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470°
c
Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Unusually clear strike of red provisional hs, blue "Raleigh N.C." double-circle ds on small white cover to Louisburg N.C., fresh and Very Fine, with 1978 C.S.A. certificate

350
450
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471°
c
Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Usual faint strike of provisional hs, blue "Raleigh N.C. Sep. 25, 1861" cds on small blue cover to Deals Mills N.C., small corner mend at top left, otherwise Fine

350
120
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472°
c
Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Usual partly clear strike of provisional hs, bold blue "Raleigh N.C. Dec. 8" (1861) double-circle ds on brown cover to Patterson N.C., Fine

350
160
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473°
c
Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Light strike on orange cover to ? Hills N.C., blue "Raleigh N.C. Sep. 2" double-circle ds, missing backflap, few file folds, almost Fine

350
0
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474°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 474, Postmasters ProvisionalsRaleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1), Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1)Raleigh N.C., 5c Red entire (68XU1). Light strike on cover to Salem N.C., blue "Raleigh N.C. Sep. 7, 1861" double-circle ds, slightly reduced at bottom and small repair at top, appears Fine

350
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475°
c
Richmond Tex., 10c Red entire (70XU2). Light strike on cover addressed to "near Brenham, Texas", "Richmond Tex. Dec. 19" cds, box charge no. at top left, missing top flap, slightly reduced at right and some toning spots, still appears Fine

1,000
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476°
c
Salem N.C., 5c Black entire (73XU1). Bold strike on orange cover to Clemmonsville N.C., "Salem N.C. Jul. 15" cds and "Paid" and "5" handstamps, missing backflap and small repair at top edge clear of all markings, Very Fine, ex Walcott, Engel, "Old Oak", with 1983 P.F. certificate

900
1,050
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477°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 477, Postmasters ProvisionalsSalem N.C., 5c Black entire (73XU3), Salem N.C., 5c Black entire (73XU3)Salem N.C., 5c Black entire (73XU3). Bold strikes on cover to Patterson N.C., "Salem N.C. Dec. 16" cds in bottom left corner, light soiling, still Very Fine, scarce, only eight known, ex Ferrary, Weatherly, Brooks, Emerson, Colson, Keeling

1,000
1,300
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478°
c
Savannah Ga., 5c Black entire (101XU1). Clear strike at top left of cover to Milledgeville Ga., control mark and "Savannah Ga. Sep. 30, 1861" cds, slightly reduced at sides, small pinhole and some soiling, otherwise Fine

225
40
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479°
c
Savannah Ga., 5c Black entire (101XU2). Neat strikes of markings on white cover to Dawson Ga., "Savannah Ga. Jun. 17, 1861" cds, some slight toning, otherwise Fine, ex Dietz

450
400
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480°
c
Talbotton Ga., 10c Black entire (94XU2). Light strike of provisional marking on buff cover to Covington Ga., "Talbotton Ga. Jan. 19" double-circle ds, some buckling of paper due to exposure to moisture and pink stain at bottom, otherwise Fine

500
240
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481°
c
Thomasville Ga., 5c Black entire (82XU1). Well-struck "Paid" and "5" provisional hs, control mark on back, on cover to Milledgeville Ga., "Thomasville Ga. Aug. 3" cds, minor flap faults and some edge tears, Fine, ex Mueller, Everett

500
50
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482°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 482, Postmasters ProvisionalsThomasville Ga., 5c Black entire (82XU2), Thomasville Ga., 5c Black entire (82XU2)Thomasville Ga., 5c Black entire (82XU2). Bold strike on orange cover to Vice President Stephens at Beaufordville Ga., "Thomasville Ga. Jun. 24" cds, 1861 docketing on back the cover is an adversity usage with the inside bearing a 3c Dull Red (26) to Thomasville (pre-C.S.A. usage), few repairs at top edge clear of provisional marking, Fine and rare, only nine known and this is the earliest recorded usage of this provisional marking, ex Crumbley, with 1992 C.S.A. certificate

900
160
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483°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 483, Postmasters ProvisionalsUniontown Ala., 5c Green (86X4), Uniontown Ala., 5c Green (86X4)Uniontown Ala., 5c Green (86X4). Type IV, full to ample margins except barely touching a few bottom ornaments, tied by Uniontown Ala. cds - typical worn impression but more complete than usual - on brown cover to Montgomery Ala., from the Cobbs correspondence

VERY FINE AND FRESH. ONLY THIRTEEN COVERS WITH THE UNIONTOWN 5-CENT ON WHITE ARE RECORDED IN THE CROWN BOOK.

Ex Wiseman, Solomon. Scott Retail $6,500.00

E. 5,000-7,500
5,250
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484°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 484, Postmasters ProvisionalsUniontown Ala., 10c Red on Gray Blue (86X5), Uniontown Ala., 10c Red on Gray Blue (86X5)Uniontown Ala., 10c Red on Gray Blue (86X5). Position 1, large even margins all around, rich color on deeply blued paper, well tied by "Uniontown Ala. Sep. 22" (1861) circular datestamp on cover to Port Royal Va., small sealed opening tears in right edge not affecting stamp

EXTREMELY FINE STAMP AND A FRESH ATTRACTIVE COVER. ONLY EIGHT EXAMPLES OF THE UNIONTOWN POSTMASTER'S 10-CENT PROVISIONAL ARE RECORDED, OF WHICH FIVE ARE SOUND STAMPS ON COVER.

Postmaster P. N. Booker was responsible for issuing the 2c, 5c and 10c provisional stamps at Uniontown, Alabama. One typeset form of four subjects was used for the three denominations. The numeral in parentheses between the "PA" and "ID" of "PAID" was changed for each value, and different color ink was used - Dark Blue (2c), Green (5c) and Red (10c). All three values were printed on gray blue paper - probably used for the first printing - and the 2c and 5c are also known on white paper, which was probably used for subsequent printings. The 10c has not been found on white paper.

Eight examples of the 10c Red are known to us. These are (in order of plate position): 1) Pos. 1 on cover to Maria L. Kidd, Port Royal Va., ex Kimmel, Haas, Birkinbine (the cover offered here); 2) Pos. 1 on cover to John D. Pitts, Richmond Va., ex Ferrary, Caspary and Isleham, 3) Pos. 2 on cover to Col. A. P. Calhoun, Pendleton S.C., illustrated in 1986 Dietz, p. 16, 4) Pos. 2 on cover to Maria Louisa Kidd, Port Royal Va., ex Meroni 5) Pos. 2 repaired stamp on repaired cover to Mrs. John B. Carey 6) Pos. 3, corner crease, small tear, on lady's embossed cover to Mr. Richmond Christian, Richmond Va., ex Hind, 7) Pos. 4 on cover to Col. A. P. Calhoun, Pendleton S.C., ex Sweet, Muzzy, and 8) Pos. 4 uncancelled on large piece with part of addressee's name "S. Price", Virginia destination, ex Caspary. The Scott Catalogue prices the 10c as an off-cover stamp, both unused and used, but we have not been successful in locating any off-cover examples other than the ex-Caspary piece.

Very few post offices east of the Mississippi River issued and used 10c adhesive (A) or press-printed (E) provisionals. This small group is as follows: Baton Rouge La. (A - three known); Charleston S.C. (E - unique, see lot 330); Danville Va. (E - probably not used); Fincastle Va. (E - unique); Fredericksburg Va. (A - never used); Greenville Ala. (A - three known); Greenwood Depot Va. (A - six known); Knoxville Tenn. (A - unique; and E - rare used); Marion Va. (A - six known on cover); Nashville Tenn. (A - seven known on cover); Tellico Plains Tenn. (A - never used); and Uniontown Ala. (A - eight known). All other 10c provisionals were used in Texas or were issued as handstamped entires.

Ex Kimmel and Haas. Scott Retail $22,500.00 (despite the sale of another Extremely Fine cover in our 1986 Isleham sale for $41,250)

E. 30,000-40,000
35,000
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485°
c
Sale Number 795, Lot Number 485, Postmasters ProvisionalsWarrenton Ga., 10c (ms.) on 5c Black entire (89XU2), Warrenton Ga., 10c (ms.) on 5c Black entire (89XU2)Warrenton Ga., 10c (ms.) on 5c Black entire (89XU2). Neat strike on orange cover addressed to Vice President Stephens at Richmond Va., "Warrenton Ga. Sep. 13" cds, 1861 docketing on back, missing backflap as usual, Very Fine and rare, most of the eleven known are defective, with 1992 C.S.A. certificate, ex Wiltsee

650
750
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