Civil War
Patriotic Covers/Postal History
United States and Confederate States Postal History-Siegel Auction
Item #: NEW-0016345

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This is from auction 954 by Siegel Auctions.  Featuring the A L Tobias collection. 103 pages.  Can be sent by Media Mail for a savings.  All illustrations are in color.

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Price: $11.50 USD
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United States and Confederate States Postal History-Siegel Auction
Item #: NEW-0016344

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This auction catalog, sale 853 is from 2002.  Robert A Siegel Auctions.  Paper insert which shows the prices realized.  200 pages of items being offered in color.. Will be sent by media mail for a savings.

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Price: $13.50 USD
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Confederate States Stamps and Covers-Siegel Auction 795 Sale
Item #: NEW-0016343

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Softcover
Publisher: New York Robert A Siegel Auction Galleries Inc, 1997.  405 pages and quite heavy so will be sent media mail  Excessive charges shown on invoice will be refunded.  Corner crease on front and back.  Illustrations, including color. Price guide  Useful reference for the serious collector. This is from an auction in 1997. 

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Price: $15.50 USD
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Confederate States General Issue Stamps-Adversity Covers-Weiss
Item #: NEW-0016340

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This is a very useful reference for those who collect Confederate postal history.  Softcover. Publisher: William R. Weiss, Jr., 1995 109 pages.

Complete title is Confederate States General Issue Stamps Used On Adversity Covers, 1861-1865.  Light use, can be mailed by media mail or priority 

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Price: $32.50 USD
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The New Dietz Confederate States Catalog
Item #: NEW-0016331

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This the second edition of the New Dietz Confederate States Catalog.  Publisher: Bogg & Lawrence Publishing Co., 1986.  270 pages with illustrations.  This is an out of print book and I am pricing less that the one example of the web at the time of this listing.  Gently used.  Contains prices.Will be sent book rate for a savings and excessive postage paid will be refunded.

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Price: $110.50 USD
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Confederate States of America Stampless Cover Catalog
Item #: NEW-0016315

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This soft bound book is a first edition printed in 1980.  Benjamin Wishnietsky was the editor.  It covers the complex subject of stampless covers during the civil war in the Confederate States. Ninety three pages with illustrations

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Price: $27.50 USD
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Prisoners' Mail From The Civil War-Harrison
Item #: NEW-0016263

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Hardcover
Publisher: Thompson-Shore (for the author), Dexter, MI, 1997
First Edition. Cloth. Some shelf wear and a small hole in the back bottom edge.  No Dust Jacket, as issued.. A nice copy in gray cloth lettered and decorated in gold of this tall-format photo-illustrated history. 

Excellent resource for the collector of soldiers' mail written from prisons.

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Price: $107.50 USD
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CS8 Stamps-Two Cent Andrew Jackson
Item #: NEW-0016200

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I don't know anything about Confederate stamps but my research indicates that these are valuable.   I don't know what variations these are.  The one in the first scan has a spot in the hair line and the glue is gone.  The second one has most of the glue but there is a light vertical line which can be seen under magnification.  The third one seems to have some glue and I see no other defects.  Finally the fourth one appears to be darker, possibly the second variation of CS8 category. However, this stamp has a corner crease n the right bottom. 

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Price: $177.50 USD
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Eleven Star Confederate Patriotic Cover-Color
Item #: NEW-0015945

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Beautiful cover but no record of Confederate postal usage. Tiny tear in upper left hand edge.

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Colorful Confederate Patriotic Cover
Item #: NEW-0015943

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This was probably made in the North or in the South after the Civil War.  Still a beautiful period cover. Crease on top corner, right hand side and a couple of little black spots.  Complete.

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Price: $77.50 USD
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Confederate Patriotic Cover-Flag
Item #: NEW-0015942

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There is no documentation that this was a cover mailed from the South.  Still a nice illustration.

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Confederate Patriotic Cover
Item #: NEW-0015941

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This unused cover has no record of Confederate usage so it was likely made in the North.  A little dingy but other wise in good condition on the front and back

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Patriotic Confederate Cover-Made in North
Item #: NEW-0015935

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Here's a beautiful graphic cover made by printers in the North.  No recorded Confederate useage.

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Confederate Theme Patriotic Cover-Magnificent
Item #: NEW-0015934

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This is one of the prettiest covers I have ever had.  It is unused, covers the entire area and has an additional print added as only Yankee printers had the means to do.  Clean back with no problems. 

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Seven Star Flag-Documented Confederate Cover
Item #: NEW-0015933

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This is the real deal but is unused. Remnants of black paper on the back where it was removed from an album.  Probably could be easily removed.

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Jeff Davis-President-Alex Stephens Vice President Cover
Item #: NEW-0015932

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This is a variation of a similar cover which has documented confederate postal usage.  This cover is somewhat girmey and is torn on the side as if it had a message inside at one time.  The flap is present on the back, It was tucked under when I scanned it.

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Collector's Guide to Confederate Philately-Kimbrough-Bush
Item #: NEW-0015931

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This is a great book on a difficult to master sub category of Confederate philately.  The authors are two experts on this subject, John L Kimbrough and Conrad Rush.  There were 600 copies made and they have sold out and at the time of this listing, there are no available copies on the web. If you can find one cheaper than this book, buy it.  

360 pages with 550+ illustrations of the actual stamps and covers. The book is soft cover and spiral bound in 8 1/2 x 11 format.  I am selling my copy only because I popped for the more recent hardback book which contains price guides and I understand that that book has also sold out.   Will be sent media mail which excessive postage being refunded.

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Price: $77.50 USD
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Patriotic Cover with Confederate Theme
Item #: NEW-0015929

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Unused.  I don't know if this was made in the North or South.

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Price: $55.50 USD
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The South and Equal Rights-Cover
Item #: NEW-0015928

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Unused cover with a Confederate theme.  Dingy front, clean back.  I have not been able to verify if this was printed in the South but the cheaper paper would point to that possibility.

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Cover-Confederate Imprint-New Orleans Envelope Co
Item #: NEW-0015927

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Unused cover with a documented Confederate printing company in New Orleans visible on the left side. Tiny ink mark 

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Price: $87.50 USD
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Patriotic Cover-Confederate Flag
Item #: NEW-0015925

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This is an unused cover.  There is no recorded example of Confederate useage for this cover so it was likely produced in the North for Southern customers.

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Jefferson Davis-Confederate Flag Patriotic Cover
Item #: NEW-0015924

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This is an unused patriotic cover, with a Confederate theme, likely produced during the Civil War in the North.

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Colorful Confederate Unused Cover-Secession Flag
Item #: NEW-0015900

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This cover was likely made in the north as it has no documented Confederate useage.  Some spotting on left edge and the lithographer's name was cut off.

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Colorful Confederate Cover-Jefferson Davis in Shield
Item #: NEW-0015899

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This cover is unused and may have been made in the North

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Patriotic Confederate Cover
Item #: NEW-0015898

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This cover was likely made in the North as it has no documented Confederate useage.

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Price: $50.50 USD
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Gen Charles Dahlgren-Patriotic Cover Lot-Rare
Item #: NEW-0015897

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This is a lot of three Confederate patriotic covers, all three addressed and hand delivered to General Dahlgren of the 3rd Mississippi Brigade.  All of the backs are absent so the price has been adjusted accordingly. 

 The first cover is addressed to Genl C G Dahlgren with the rare and desirable graphic of Camp C G Dahlgren which was hand carried to him there.  This specific cover is not listed in Confederate States of America Catalog and Handbook by Kaufmann although similar graphic images are shown. 
 The second image shows a rare and desirable Our Flag sticker cover.  Seven stars.  It is on page 442 and is titled ST-1. This letter was hand delivered to the General in New Orleans "Care of Foley Avery?”

 The final cover is listed as FM-1 Page 437.  It is the Mississippi Confederate State Seal with "Mississippi" on top. This one was addressed to the General and hand carried to his headquarters at Natchez Mississippi.  

Please view the scans to see the additional wear, especially on the Our Flag cover.  

Here is information on General Dahlgren, who is listed in Generals in Gray. He evidently had a short career after being put in charge of the Mississippi State troops.  He led the Third Brigade which protected the Mississippi coast line and resigned after another General was put in charge of his troops by Davis.

ttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._Dahlgren

Charles Gustavus Ulrich Dahlgren (August 13, 1811 – December 18, 1888) was a Confederate brigadier general during the American Civil War. He commanded the 3rd Brigade, Army of Mississippi, before a dispute with the President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, cost him his career.

Following Mississippi's passage of the ordinance of secession and the subsequent outbreak of the Civil War, Dahlgren raised two regiments of state-sponsored volunteer infantry (the 3rd and 7th Mississippi Infantry) by his own means. When his brigade was transferred from state service to the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, he lost his command. Dahlgren was known for a short temper and strong opinions, and strongly opposed this transfer. His outspoken opposition to the nationalization of his men cost him his command and sparked a feud with the family of Jefferson Davis.

ttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._Dahlgren 

 

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Book-Confederate Stamps and Postal History-Kaufmann
Item #: NEW-0015846

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This book's complete title is Confederate States of America Catalog and Handbook of Stamps and Postal History, edited by Patricia A Kaufmann, Francis J Crown, Jr and Jerry S. Palazolo. This first edition is dated 2012 and has 516 pages.  It quickly went out of print.  It is the most completed reference of Confederate stamps and postal history.  Price guide as well.  Lightly used hard back.

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Confederate Cover-Mailed to Atlanta Ga
Item #: NEW-0015524

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I can't read the cancel on this cover.  Addressed to R J Lowry, banker and commission merchant.  This is a nice cover with no real condition problems.

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Price: $85.50 USD
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Confederate Patriotic Cover-Seven Star Flag
Item #: NEW-0015520

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This cover may be unique as I haven't found another example in the books. There is however, a large tear which begins at the top and runs along the side of the flag.  The cover is addressed to Miss H L Daniel in Yarboro N Ca.  The cancel is unreadable and the back flap is missing.  

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Price: $257.50 USD
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Confederate Adversity Cover-Charleston Cancel
Item #: NEW-0015519

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Letter was made into a cover and mailed to the Honorable W Elliott from Charleston S C in 1862. It is a business letter about cotton. I can't read the signature.  There is a split at the right fold which extends through most of the letter.  The torn portion is glued to the opposite side where the red seal was broken.  See scans.  

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Price: $227.50 USD
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Confederate Cover-Chattanooga Cancel-CSA #2
Item #: NEW-0015518

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Cover is addressed to J H Gant, Esquire in Cleveland Tennessee.  See scan.

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Price: $105.50 USD
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Confederate Patriotic Cover-11 Star Flag-Warm Springs Ga
Item #: NEW-0015455

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Great cover with two items enclosed, one a two page letter, which the heavy ink and light paper makes it mostly unreadable and a very small envelope, which contained a dried flower and evidently an invitation to visit. "W T Brary & Lady at home Thursday evening Feb 12 at 7 0'clock."  Markings on the back in pencil read F LL-16 ver, 9 GS.  Hand cancel one stamp which says W Springs Ga, May 2.  Cover is addressed to John Park Esq. Greenville Ga. 

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Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $1,600.00 USD
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Atlanta Grays-Patriotic Confederate Cover
Item #: NEW-0015421

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Patriotic cover for the 8th Georgia Volunteers.  Hand canceled first issue Jeff Davis 5 cent blue stamp.  Eleven star flag which dates it to after the admission of Tennessee on 7/2/61.  The cover is a little dingy with tears near the stamp on the top edge and bottom edge as the letter, now gone, was opened.  Somewhat wrote in pencil on the back "Hersh J&ZQ"  I don't know what that means. These nice patriotic covers are hard to come by.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $1,500.00 USD
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John A Cobb-8 Star Flag-Athens Ga Confederate Cover
Item #: NEW-0015388

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Hand canceled Confederate cover with a cancel from Athens Ga, No 7 in ink.  Addressed to Mr. John A Cobb-care of Capt Robert A Smith, "The Macon Volunteers". the 2nd Independent Battalion of Georgia, Camp Lee, near Norfolk Virginia.  Large and unsightly stain.  

he back cover has several pencil markings, no doubt by someone who knows more than I do about Confederate covers. 

J A Cobb was the son of Howell Cobb.

John Addison Cobb

Residence Bibb County GA; 
Enlisted on 4/20/1861 as a Private.

On 4/20/1861 he mustered into "B" Co. GA 2nd Battn Infantry 
He was transferred out on 8/11/1861

On 8/11/1861 he transferred into "H" Co. GA 16th Infantry 
He was Absent without leave on 7/15/1864
 (Estimated day of absence)


Promotions:
* Qtr Master Serg 8/15/1861 (Estimated day)
* Aide-de-Camp 2/12/1862 (To Gnl Howell Cobb)
* Aide-de-Camp 9/9/1863 (& Actg Adjutant Gnl to Major-Gnl Cobb)


Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:

 - Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865
(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com


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Price: $1,500.00 USD
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Confederate Cover-Pinckneyville-Ga-Historic Town
Item #: NEW-0015275

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Please view the scans to see the condition of this cover. This town died shortly after the Civil War.  There is an interesting oral history on line about the town that was part of Gwinnette County.  It escaped the wrath of Sherman as there was not much there to destroy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uG4h8TX4X78

The letter was addressed to Mr Joseph Turner ? in Pinckneyville.

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Constitutionalist Newspaper-Augusta Ga Cover-Black Jack Stamp
Item #: NEW-0015266

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Embossed stamp of this famous newspaper which reads Constitutionalist, Proprietors  Stockton & Co. Augusta Ga.  Faint cancel but you can read the letters S, T, and A.  Andrew Jackson 2 cent stamp.  Back is clean with no tears, pencil writing which reads 6-6-42 c SPA, This may be an example of a US stamp being used by a Confederate State.  I believe that this is the tri-weekly paper.  See my Confederate Constitutionalist newspaper on site.

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Confederate Hand Stamped-Paid-Cover-Americus Ga
Item #: NEW-0015255

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Please view the scans to see the condition.  Americus Ga cancel and a Paid 5 hand stamp.  The cover is addressed to Maj J E Rylander of the 10th Ga Battalion, Griffin Georgia.  Major Rylander was killed at Cold Harbor.

John Emory Rylander

Residence Sumter County GA; 
Enlisted on 6/15/1861 as a 1st Sergeant.

On 6/15/1861 he mustered into "A" Co. GA 12th Infantry 
He was discharged for promotion on 3/4/1862

On 3/4/1862 he was commissioned into "C" Co. GA 10th Battn Infantry 
He was Killed on 6/2/1864 at Cold Harbor, VA


Promotions:
* Capt 3/4/1862 
* Major 3/17/1862 


(Place of Burial: Americus, GA)


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Confederate Hand Stamped Paid Cover-Captain T S Moyer
Item #: NEW-0015253

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This cover has a double paid 10 stamp and a Talbotton Georgia cancel, dated July 1. 1861.  Addressed to Capt. T S Moyer Confederate Guards 7the Regiment Ga Vol. Richmond Virginia. Torn at the side. He died shortly after  receiving this letter.

Thomas S. Moyer

Residence Cobb County GA; 
Enlisted on 5/4/1861 as a Captain.

On 5/4/1861 he was commissioned into "D" Co. GA 7th Infantry 
He died of wounds on 8/5/1861 at Culpeper, VA


He was listed as:
* Wounded 7/21/1861 Manassas, VA (Wounded in head)
* Hospitalized 7/23/1861 Culpeper, VA (Confederate Hospital)


Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:

 - Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865
 - The Medical and Surgical History of the Civil War
(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com


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Patriotic Cover-Jefferson Davis
Item #: NEW-0014959

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Unused patriotic cover, likely made in the North.  Nice condition on the front and back.

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Union Patriotic Cover Lot
Item #: NEW-0014942

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Three covers in this lot with some condition problems.  See scans

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Rogersville Tn Cover-Provisional Hand Stamp
Item #: NEW-0014933

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Rare cover dated July 11, 1861 cover with a clear Rogersville Tenn cancel with a Paid 5 hand stamp.  Dingy, with stains.  See scans.  This is listed at $350 in the Confederate States of America Catalog and Handbook of Stamps and Postal History

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Jeff Davis-A H Stephens Confederate Patriotic Cover
Item #: NEW-0014932

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Please view the scans to see the condition.  Jefferson Davis.  Alexander H Stephens This cover has not been documented as having Confederate use.  It may have been made in the North.

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Patriotic Union Cover-Contraband of War
Item #: NEW-0014908

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unused Union cover, but which message is demeaning to Blacks 

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CSA Soldier Letter-Turned Cover-1st SC Rifles
Item #: NEW-0014894

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This is a confederate cover addressed to D Wardlaw in Abbeville South Carolina.  Due 5 stamp and hand written note that it was a soldier’s letter, Co B Orr Rifles.  I cut the side to show the letter which was sent back to Sgt L A Woodlaw, Capt Pereins Co Willtown Bluff, Adams Run PO S C  "Care of Col Black”  Lewis  A Wardlaw was  assigned to SC 1st Orr’s Rifles Infantry. Five cent stamp with cancel for Charleston, S C. 

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Confederate Cover with additions?
Item #: NEW-0014893

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I bought this cover about twenty five years ago in a mall before I even began collecting items from the Civil War. I was attracted to what I thought was a patriotic stamp of Jefferson Davis.  I now recognize it to be a cut off portion of a patriotic cover that was glued on  It looks like a genuine cover addressed to Mrs. G P Green in Augusta Georgia.  On the back flap is a five cent confederate stamp and a partial cancel from Savannah.  I don’t know if that is period or not.  It’s strange that the stamp and cancellation is on the back but it might be that there was no room on the front.  I tend to believe that it is all authentic but use your own judgment and share your views with me if you will.  

Note:  The scanner cut the border off the left side of the cover. 

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Graphic Confederate Cover-Yankee Message
Item #: NEW-0014888

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This is a documented souvenir cover with Jefferson Davis within a shield, made after the war ended.  The message is Southern Rights and Southern Institutions. Someone with Union sympathies has added the message, "This is the Greatest Traitor of them all" and the message below "May be secured in the Union, Separated from it Never!!"  Somewhat dingy and wear to the back from being in an album.


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Chronicle & Sentinel Newspaper Cover-to Alexander Stephens
Item #: NEW-0014887

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This weekly paper was published in Augusta (Richmond County) Georgia.  I'm guessing it is from the 70's.  The cancel is from Augusta and is addressed to the Hom A H Stephens in Crawfordville Georgia. Stephens has written on the back that he had answered it.

Alexander Hamilton Stephens (February 11, 1812 – March 4, 1883) was an American politician from Georgia and Vice President of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. He also served as a U.S. Representative from Georgia (both before the Civil War and after Reconstruction) and as the 50th Governor of Georgia from 1882 until his death in 1883.


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Petersburg Va Confederate Cover-Pair 5 Cent Stamps
Item #: NEW-0014869

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I think this cover was trimmed on the left side but it is not open.

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Confederate Cover-Grenada Miss Cancel
Item #: NEW-0014867

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Nice clear cancel.  Back has no problems either.

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Confederate Usage DPO Letter-Bonsack's Depot Va
Item #: NEW-0014838

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This is a very long letter dated Jan 24, 1863 and is filled on both sides of  legal sized stationary.  The content of the letter is some kind of dispute over slaves which I’m tired of trying to read.  The letter is addressed to Col. Joel McPherson Lewisburg, Greenbrier County Virginia.  (This county actually was part of West Virginia after the state split in 1861).  The letter was from A A Mayo (I think) who was writing from Bonsack’s Depot, a DPO.  I was only able to read part of the cancel but noted that Mayo was writing from Bonsack’s Depot.  There is information on the web about Col McPherson who was an important figure. 

 Please view the scans to see the condition.  It has been encapsulated which can be easily removed by the buyer, if desired.  Although the content is of interest for the diligent transcriber, most of the value may be in the confederate stamp usage and the fact that it was canceled from a discontinued town which seems to have disappeared from history.  

This is a link with info on the addressee.
http://files.usgwarchives.net/wv/greenbrier/bios/hardesty/m2160001.txt

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Price: $375.50 USD
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