Sale 326

U.S., Confederacy and U.S. Possessions

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Lot 956

Confederacy, Wartrace/N.&C.R.R./May 28 1863, oval datestamp on green adversity envelope made from lighthouse pamphlet to Camden, Ala., straight-line "Due" handstamp, soldier's endorsement "84th Ala. Regiment", Fine and scarce usage from the Nashville and Chatanooga Railroad.
Estimate 300 - 400
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Lot 957

Confederacy, VA C.R.R./Cobham/6 Jun, sharp strike of c.d.s. on envelope to the War Department in Richmond bearing 10¢ blue (11), large even margins, cancelled by neat pen strokes, stamp has tiny stain spots at upper left, nevertheless Very Fine.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 958

Confederacy, Bristol/V&T.R.R., circular undated handstamp on unfranked envelope to Stillsborough, Ga., manuscript "Due 10", soldier's endorsement "Co. K. 18th Ga. Regt," Very Fine and scarce marking from the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad.
Estimate 400 - 500

Provenance: Judd, Green
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Lot 959
Confederacy, Trio of railway related covers each bearing 10¢ blue (12), comprising "Bristol/(V&T.R.R.)" circular undated handstamp tying large to huge margined 10¢ on envelope to Lynchburg, Va.; "Richmond Va." c.d.s. tying 10¢ on "R.&P.R.Co./Richmond, Va." printed corner card envelope (upper left corner repaired); and "Buckingham C.H./Va." c.d.s. in red tying 10¢ on envelope (some staining) to Charles Ellis, the President of the P&R.R.R. (Petersburg and Richmond Railroad); Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate 200 - 300
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