Confederate and Civil War Cover Balance.
24 covers plus three State of Alabama script notes, lithographs include No. 1 vertical strip of four, pen cancelled and tied by manuscript postmark to Vicksburg Miss., scarce double-rate use with a strip of four, also No. 4 on cover, six No. 6-7 covers including one turned from a used 3c U.S. Nesbitt entire, another with a strange docketing "Hand Disguised",
Ten No. 11-12 covers including one nice with huge margins, finally five covers franked with U.S. No. 65, including one with U.S. Christian Commission corner card and Old Point Comfort Va. double-circle datestamp addressed to Meriden Conn., no censor or other flag-of-truce markings but could have been a through-the-lines use, one prisoner-of-war cover from Kentucky to Camp Douglas, two on multi-colored Union Patriotics from Port Royal S.C. and Norfolk Va. (both under Union control), finally 1880's cover advertising Civil War pension services, mixed condition with some flaws to be found, overall a Fine and diverse group
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