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Sale 1190 — The Kilbourne Collection of CSA Stamps and Postal History, Part 2

Sale Date — Wednesday, 24 October, 2018

Category — Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1667
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1667, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6), 5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6)5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6). Two singles, somewhat irregular separation but intact, right stamp creases, tied by bold "Richmond Va. Jun. 24, 1862" circular datestamp on small neat cover with red and blue 9-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F9-2A), addressed to Atlanta Ga., lightly cleaned to remove soiling

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE 9-STAR CONFEDERATE FLAG PATRIOTIC DESIGN WITH THE 5-CENT DE LA RUE TYPOGRAPH.

The ninth star represents the admission of Arkansas, which was followed only three days later by North Carolina. Due to the short time period there were fewer 9-Star Confederate Patriotic designs produced than any other flag design (7 thru 13 stars). They are very rare.

Ex Everett

E. 3,000-4,000
2,000
1668
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1668, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6), 5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6)5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6). Two, each has ample margins to slightly in, bright shade, minor wrinkling caused by drying gum, tied by "Notasulga Ala. Jul. 12" (1862) circular datestamp on small cover to Troy Ala. with red and blue 9-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F9-2B), reduced at left, slight wear

FINE EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE CONFEDERATE 9-STAR FLAG, FRANKED WITH THE 5-CENT DE LA RUE TYPOGRAPH ISSUE.

The ninth star represents the admission of Arkansas, which was followed only three days later by North Carolina. Very few examples of the 9-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic designs are known, some of which have handstamped "Paid" markings and no stamps. This small, choice cover with the 5c De La Rue franking is one of the finest we have encountered

E. 3,000-4,000
1,800
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1669
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1669, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Blue, Local (7), 5c Blue, Local (7)5c Blue, Local (7). Horizontal pair, cancelled by grids, without postmark on cover to Plattsburg Miss. with large red and blue 9-Star Confederate Flag with Tassels Patriotic design (F9-3), edge tears and nicks, slight soiling, backflap reattached

FINE APPEARANCE. AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE OF THIS LARGE FORMAT 9-STAR CONFEDERATE FLAG. ONE OF THE MOST ELUSIVE OF THE FEW RECORDED 9-STAR PATRIOTIC DESIGNS.

The ninth star represents the admission of Arkansas, which was followed only three days later by North Carolina. Due to the short time period there were fewer 9-Star Confederate Patriotic designs produced than any other flag designs (7 thru 13 stars). Surviving examples are rare and are normally found with the F9-2 design. This design, with the large style flag and tassels (F9-3), is on a similar order of rarity to the other listed 9-Star design (F9-1). This 9-Star design is similar to F7-16, F8-12 and F10-14, each of which differ based on the stars (or lack thereof) in the center and corners.

C.S.A. Catalog value $10,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
1,800
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1670
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1670, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Vertical pair with sheet margin at bottom, other sides large to touched at right, tied by "Richmond Va. Jan. 3, 1862" circular datestamp on lady's small embossed cover with scalloped flap imprinted with red and blue 10-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F10-3), addressed to Elysian Fields Tex., inconsequential tiny edge nicks

VERY FINE. A SPECTACULAR PATRIOTIC USE WITH THE 10-STAR FLAG PRINTED ON THE FLAP OF A LADY'S EMBOSSED ENVELOPE, FRANKED WITH A PAIR OF THE FIRST GENERAL ISSUE.

The scarcity of stationery in the Confederacy resulted in a wide variety of adversity measures, including the use of wallpaper, printed forms, turned covers and other re-used material for mailing letters. This lady's fancy embossed envelope was employed for such a use, printing the Patriotic flag on the flap. This is a very rare use. Outside of the two examples offered in this sale (see lot 1585 for the other) Power Search lists only one other similar cover, offered back in 1997

E. 2,000-3,000
1,100
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1671
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1671, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Blue, Die A (11), 10c Blue, Die A (11)10c Blue, Die A (11). Tied by Charlottesville Va. double-circle datestamp with unclear date (Jan. 1864 based on letter contents) on blue 10-Star Confederate Battle Flag and Verse Patriotic cover (F10-10, Verse 10) to Forge Bridge Va., original letter from Captain Louis J. Hawley of the 10th Virginia Cavalry, "Near Ivy Depot Va. Jan. 11th, 1864", fascinating war and slave content (see below), stamp with a couple small insect holes, light overall toning

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. AN EXTREMELY RARE CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG DESIGN WITH 10 STARS ARRANGED IN A CROSS, WITH AN ORIGINAL LETTER DISCUSSING A SLAVE IN SERVICE TO THE 10th VIRGINIA CAVALRY.

The only other examples we have offered of this design since keeping computerized records were a front only from the Dr. Brandon collection and a similar cover to this one offered in Kilbourne Part One sale (without contents but likely from the same sender). The letter enclosed in this cover has some fascinating war and slave-related content. Captain Hawley is writing to a Mr. Jordan to update him on the condition of his "servant" Edwin. He states that Edwin is a very faithful and good servant and also "well pleased...he says he is glad he was not there when the Yankees came there as they might of taken him away.", Hawley goes on to lament that he heard of the recipient's loss of "6 Negroes & other property" when the Yankees came and states Edwin is anxious to know the names of the "servants" they took. It is clear that this "servant" was a slave, though it is questionable whether or not he was "well pleased" not to have been taken by Union troops. The verse on the cover offers a fascinating contradiction with the letter, as it states "Far better to go to the grave, and better to die as a freeman, than live as a Northerner's slave."

Illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 60

E. 3,000-4,000
1,600
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1672
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1672, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Light Milky Blue, Stone Y (2e), 10c Light Milky Blue, Stone Y (2e)10c Light Milky Blue, Stone Y (2e). Large to huge margins, pretty pastel color which glows on the dark background, tied by "Greenville N.C. ? 20" circular datestamp on oatmeal cover to Tarboro N.C. with 10-Star Confederate Flag with Blank Streamer and Verse Patriotic design (F10-11, Verse 5), W. & J. Bonitz imprint, stamp has sealed tears at bottom, cover with sealed tears at top

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A BEAUTIFUL AND SCARCE 10-STAR FLAG PATRIOTIC COVER WITH THE 10-CENT LITHOGRAPH FROM STONE Y.

Ex Matthies, where acquired by the Kilbournes in the 1968 sale of her Confederate Patriotics (Siegel Sale 337, lot 893)

E. 1,500-2,000
1,100
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1673
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1673, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Two, ample to large margins, tied by blue "Norfolk Va. Apr. 7, 1862" double-circle datestamp on buff cover to Centre Ala. with red and blue 10-Star Confederate Flag and Verse Patriotic design (F10-16, Verse 46), "Sold only by Vickery & Company, Norfolk" imprint, reduced at right and tiny corner repair at top right (not affecting stamp), left stamp with faint margin crease at top

VERY FINE. A COLORFUL AND RARE EXAMPLE OF THIS 10-STAR FLAG PATRIOTIC DESIGN WITH TWO OF THE 5-CENT GREEN FIRST ISSUE LITHOGRAPH.

This is also a scarce Confederate use from Norfolk, which was permanently occupied by Union forces one month after this cover was mailed. We have encountered only a few examples of this design, each used from Norfolk with General Issue stamps, and most are faulty to a far greater degree than the cover offered here. This is also the latest use of this design that we have offered.

Illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 60

E. 1,500-2,000
0
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1674
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1674, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Dark Blue, Die A (11b), 10c Dark Blue, Die A (11b)10c Dark Blue, Die A (11b). Margins to in on three sides, tied by "Savannah Ga. Oct. 16" circular datestamp on cover to Augusta Ga. with Small 10-Star Confederate Battle Flag with Gold Stars on Crossed Red Stripes Patriotic design (F10-18), printed on flap, some soiling and mended hole on backflap

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS ONE OF THE RAREST CONFEDERATE FLAG DESIGNS. IT IS ONLY KNOWN PRINTED ON THE FLAPS OF TWO COVERS, AND THIS IS THE ONLY ONE OF THE TWO THAT WAS CARRIED IN THE MAILS.

We record (as does the Wishnietsky book) only two examples of this rare design. The other was offered in our sale of the Dr. Brandon collection (Siegel Sale 1087, lot 157) and it was carried privately or by military courier. This cover, with the 10c Engraved Issue, is a great Patriotic rarity.

Illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 59

E. 1,500-2,000
800
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1675
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1675, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Blue, Stone 2 (4), 5c Blue, Stone 2 (4)5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Large margins to clear at top, rich color, tied by "Bayou Sara La. Apr. 12, 1862" circular datestamp on cover to Hermitage La. with red and blue 10-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F10-19), "R. Barton, Bayou Sara" imprint, restored and extended at bottom edge where cover was roughly opened

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THIS 10-STAR FLAG PATRIOTIC DESIGN. A WONDERFUL RARITY MADE MORE DESIRABLE BY THE PRESENCE OF THE 5-CENT BLUE LITHOGRAPH.

This design is the same as F7-6 and F8-9, with the eighth star added to the center and the 9th and 10th stars added to the top left and bottom right corners. This is also the only design listed with the Barton, Bayou Sara imprint.

Illustrated in C.S.A. Catalog on p. 432 and in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 59, where stated "one reported". C.S.A. Catalog value $7,500.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,200
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1676
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1676, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Mostly ample to large margins, trivial flaws, tied by "Warrington Fla, Jan. 3" circular datestamp on small pink cover to Thomaston Miss. with red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag with Liberty Cap and Tassels Patriotic design (F11-3), some minor corner soiling, otherwise Very Fine, rare example of this 11-Star design used from Florida, ex Kimmel, where acquired by the Kilbournes in Siegel Sale 492 in 1976 (lot 949)

E. 1,000-1,500
500
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1677
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1677, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Blue, Stone 2 (4), 5c Blue, Stone 2 (4)5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Ample to large margins, tied by blurry strike of "Corinth Miss. Mar. 19" (1862) circular datestamp on soldier's endorsed buff cover to Brookhaven Miss. with red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F11-5), barely reduced at left not affecting design, few small cover scuffs and small scuff on stamp in corner, still Very Fine, scarce use of 5c Blue Lithograph on Confederate Flag Patriotic cover, ex Meroni

E. 1,000-1,500
550
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1678
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1678, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Ample margins to clear, tied by blue "Norfolk Va. Nov. 23, 1861" double-circle datestamp on small cover to Warrenton N.C. with red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F11-5), original letter datelined "Camp Ruffin Norfolk Va. Nov. 23th 1861," stamp with vertical crease, cover missing backflap and with light soiling at top

VERY FINE AND ATTRACTIVE CONFEDERATE FLAG PATRIOTIC COVER WITH THE 5-CENT GREEN GENERAL ISSUE.

Norfolk was occupied by federal forces beginning in May 1862.

Ex Hart, acquired by the Kilbournes in 1954

E. 1,500-2,000
0
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1679
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1679, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Olive Green, Stone 1 (1), 5c Olive Green, Stone 1 (1)5c Olive Green, Stone 1 (1). Large to huge margins including portion of adjoining stamp at right, tied by "Memphis Ten. Jan. ?" circular datestamp with unclear date, "ADV." boxed handstamp on cover to New Orleans with red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag with "T" for "Tennessee" and Verse Patriotic design (F11-8, Verse 46), stamp with small margin tear at top, cover with soiling, slightly reduced at right and nicked bottom right corner, otherwise Fine, the 11-Star Flag was created with the admission of Tennessee on July 2, 1861

E. 750-1,000
400
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1680
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1680, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Ample margins to clear, tied by "Jackson Miss. Mar. 12" (1862) circular datestamp on yellow cover to Transylvania Landing La. with red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag with "T" for "Tennessee" and Verse Patriotic design (F11-8, Verse 46), bright and pristine

EXTREMELY FINE. ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THIS 11-STAR FLAG WITH "T" FOR "TENNESSEE" PATRIOTIC DESIGN EXTANT -- PARTICULARLY DESIRABLE FRANKED WITH THE 5-CENT FIRST GENERAL ISSUE.

The 11-Star Flag was created with the admission of Tennessee on Jul. 2, 1861. Confederate Patriotic covers are rarely found in this fresh condition.

With 1967 C.S.A. certificate signed by Earl Weatherly

E. 3,000-4,000
6,500
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1681
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1681, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Blue, Die B (12), 10c Blue, Die B (12)10c Blue, Die B (12). Large margins to touched at left, tied by blurry strike of "Morgantown Ten. Jun. 24" (1863) circular datestamp on oatmeal cover to Gainesville Ga. with 11-Star Confederate Flag and Verse Patriotic design (F11-16, Verse 13), some wrinkling and mend along right edge, appears Very Fine, ex Duckworth

E. 500-750
275
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1682
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1682, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Blue, Paterson (2), 10c Blue, Paterson (2)10c Blue, Paterson (2). Huge margins all around, rich color, tied by "Richmond Va. Nov. 16, 1862" circular datestamp on yellow cover to Petersburg Va. with 11-Star Confederate Flag and Verse Patriotic design (F11-17, Verse 5), "For Sale by Alpheus Bolling, Cobb's Legion" imprint, horizontal file fold and small tear top right corner

EXTREMELY FINE GEM STAMP ON A VERY FINE 11-STAR CONFEDERATE FLAG PATRIOTIC COVER. A BEAUTIFUL USE OF THE 10-CENT BLUE PATERSON LITHOGRAPH.

Ex Duckworth. Illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 76

E. 2,000-3,000
1,000
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1683
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1683, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Blue, Local (7), 5c Blue, Local (7)5c Blue, Local (7). Horizontal pair, gum toning and right stamp faulty with piece out of corner, tied by "Richmond Va. Feb. 25, 1863" circular datestamp on cover to Athens Ga. with 11-Star Flag and "Hillyer Rifles, Company C, 9th Reg't Ga. Volunteers, Commanded by Capt. Hillyer." Patriotic design (F11-17, slogan unlisted)

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS A PREVIOUSLY UNRECORDED MILITARY UNIT DESIGNATION ON A PATRIOTIC COVER AND IS BELIEVED TO BE UNIQUE.

This cover was featured in a Confederate Philatelist article by Patricia Kaufmann (Jul.-Sep. 2013, p. 15) where she discusses the background of Captain George Hillyer, his war and post-war experiences (including his authoring the book My Gettysburg Battle Experiences) and new finds from his correspondence (copy accompanies)

E. 3,000-4,000
1,800
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1684
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1684, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Sheet margin at left, other margins to irregular and slightly in at right, pen cancelled and tied by clear strike of "Shieldsborough Miss. Feb. 18" (1862) circular datestamp on red and blue 11-Star Confederate Flag with Spear Patriotic design (F11-18), "L. E. Pradat, Gothic Store" imprint, expertly restored along edges including top of spear colored in, soiling removed, Very Fine appearance, a rare Patriotic design, illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 76

E. 750-1,000
425
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1685
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1685, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Dark Blue, Hoyer & Ludwig (2b), 10c Dark Blue, Hoyer & Ludwig (2b)10c Dark Blue, Hoyer & Ludwig (2b). Large margins to touched, light diagonal crease, tied by Mobile Ala. 1862 double-circle datestamp on small cover to Lynchburg Va. with Stencil 11 or 12-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (C.S.A. Catalog unlisted), design is incompletely applied so unclear exactly how many stars it contains, Very Fine and most unusual

E. 400-500
300
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1686
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1686, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Light Blue, De La Rue, 5c Blue, Local (6-7), 5c Light Blue, De La Rue, 5c Blue, Local (6-7)5c Light Blue, De La Rue, 5c Blue, Local (6-7). Singles of each, manuscript "X" cancels and tied by "Forestville N.C. Jan. 9" circular datestamp on buff cover to Culpeper C.H. Va. with red and blue 12-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (F12-2), "care of" military endorsement at bottom, missing backflap and London Print stamp with corner crease, still Very Fine, an unusual use with both of the 5c Typographs, showing them side-by-side dramatically demonstrates the difference in print quality, ex Kimmel, where acquired by the Kilbournes in the 1976 sale of his collection (Siegel Sale 492, lot 965)

E. 1,000-1,500
550
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1687
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1687, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone A-B (1), 5c Green, Stone A-B (1)5c Green, Stone A-B (1). Ample to large margins except nicked at upper right, small flaws, tied by "Yorktown Va. Oct. 31" (1861) circular datestamp on cover to Winchester N.C. with red and blue 12-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic design (C.S.A. Catalog unlisted), crudely printed design with 10-Star flag (F10-3) modified with the addition of two stars in field at right (representing Tennessee and Missouri)

VERY FINE. AN EARLY USE OF THE FIRST GENERAL ISSUE ON A BEAUTIFUL CONFEDERATE FLAG PATRIOTIC COVER.

We have offered examples of this flag design with ten 6-point stars (F10-3), but this modified 12-Star version is exceedingly rare (it should be listed as F12-7).

Ex Freeman

E. 1,500-2,000
0
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1688
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1688, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1), 5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1)5c Green, Stone 1-2 (1). Tied by blue "Christiansburgh Va. Apr. 7" (1862) circular datestamp on cover to Olin N.C. with blue 13-Star Confederate Flag with Liberty Cap and Tassels Patriotic design (F13-1 variety, alignment of stars differs), stamp with diagonal crease, cover and stamp with scattered toning, appears Fine, this is a very rare design in any color -- particularly in the monochrome blue -- the only other examples we have encountered are in red and blue (including the cover offered in lot 1629), ex Everett, illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 84

E. 750-1,000
550
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1689
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1689, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs10c Blue, Die A (11), 10c Blue, Die A (11)10c Blue, Die A (11). Large margins to clipped at bottom left corner barely into design, light corner crease, tied by Taylorsville Va. circular datestamp with unclear date on cover to Lincolnton N.C. with blue 13-Star Confederate "White Jackson Flag" and Verse Patriotic design (F13-4B, Verse 10), smaller style than F13-4A and without the shading in the folds, minor overall soiling

VERY FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE RARE SMALLER "WHITE JACKSON FLAG" DESIGN WITH STARS ARRANGED IN A CROSS. DESIRABLE USED WITH THE 10-CENT ENGRAVED GENERAL ISSUE.

The second national Confederate flag, also known as the "White Jackson Flag" and "Stainless Banner" was introduced after its adoption by the Confederate government on May 1, 1863. Very few examples are known on Patriotic covers, as by 1863 paper shortages and printing expenses vastly decreased the usage of Patriotic covers. This "Far better to perish with honor...Than live as a Northerners slave" verse is one of a very few that makes reference to slaves or slavery. The sentiment expressed here is ironic.

Illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 87. With 1988 C.S.A. certificate

E. 2,000-3,000
1,100
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1690
c
Sale Number 1190, Lot Number 1690, Patriotics–General Issues: 7-Star thru 13-Star Designs3c Rose (65), 3c Rose (65)3c Rose (65). Straddle-pane margin at right, tied by blue grid, matching "Louisville Ky. Dec. 17, 1861" double-circle datestamp on buff cover to Oaks Wis. with red 13-Star "Excelsior" Flag Pro-Southern Patriotic design (C.S.A. Catalog unlisted), Very Fine, an extremely rare design which is not known used with Confederate postage, but is regarded as a Confederate Patriotic design due to the 13 stars -- believed to represent Kentucky as the 13th Confederate State, ex West and Schwartz, illustrated in Wishnietsky's Confederate Patriotic Covers and Their Usages on p. 89

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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