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Henry Northrop-Bank Note-Cincinnati
Item #: NEW-0013249

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This 1821 stampless cover was from the Office of the agency of the Bank Of the United States, Cincinnati, Ohio telling Northrop that a payment was due on his debt.  Large and small tear at the folds and an archival repair near the bottom right edge. Clear cancel from Cincinnati and 18 paid ?  Addressed to Northrop in Lanesville, Ohio.   

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Civil War Cover-Extra Penny Stamp- N Y City
Item #: NEW-0013248

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The dealer who sold this item to me said that the post offices in New York were swamped with mail during the Civil War with letters going back and forth to soldiers. Delivery was actually suspended unless an extra one cent stamp was affixed to the cover.  Two cancels from New York City dated 1863 and two fancy cancels. 

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Virginia City Nevada Territory Cover
Item #: NEW-0013234

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Homemade cover with official seals that was cut off a document.  Bullseye

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Deadwood Dakota Territory-Merchants Hotel
Item #: NEW-0013227

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There are three letters from the 1880s in this lot, one written by E G Hayes to his wife at the Merchants Hotel in St. Paul Minnesota. and the other two from the Merchant's Hotel in Deadwood, D T.  The graphic letter sheets showing the hotel was the letter addressed to the wife and is seven pages long.  The advertising cover is from the Hotel in Deadwood.  The cancel is indistinct but presumably from Deadwood. The content of all three letters (four pages) is regarding the struggles of E G Hayes to bring his ill son home.  He was a soldier at Fort Meade.  He was able to do some sight seeing while attempting to go to Fort Meade.  ""visiting the large gold quartz mills here to day.  Some of them the largest in the world and gold quartz in the hills here to? twenty five such mills running for one hundred years.  There is now thirteen mills running five new ones building within four miles of Deadwood, turning out from 25 ? $125.00 per month for each mill.  The Terry Mills pays profit from all expenses of $75.00 per month."

His travel plans involved taking a stage to Bismark and then from there on a stage to Fort Meade (a distance of 280 miles by stage according to Hayes) .  "I found Joseph in the hospital helpless by permission from the Dakota Department I will undertake to move him from Fort Meade to Fort Lincoln 280 miles by stage and if possible will get permission to bring him home from Fort Lincoln if he can stand the ride though General Sturgis promised to detail assistance in getting him through if I can engage a stage for the purpose to Lincoln"..." I don't know if he can stand it or not as his case is a bad one and no hopes for him here as is the opinion of Dr. Wilson Post Surgeon of Fort Meade..."

"Fort Meade is beautifully  located at the foot of the black hills near Bane Butte (?) pyramid.  Deadwood is located in the mountains and very romantic but full of people and teams."   

The fate of Joseph Hayes is unknown to me.E.G. Hayes was the President of the  Lawrenceburg Indiana National Bank.

I have not shown a scan of the third letter which is on the same advertising lettersheet from Deadwood.  There is only one cover in the lot.

E G Hayes

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John M Cooper-Bookseller-Savannah Georgia
Item #: NEW-0013204

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Notation on the back gives the year as 1883.  Cooper was a bookseller and a printer.  Cancel from Savannah and New York. Excellent Southern cover.   Postal history

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Gordon Institute-Barnesville Ga-Advertising Cover
Item #: NEW-0013195

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Nice graphic cover which shows the Gordon Institute.  I guess from the 1880's. Mild staining.  Cancel from Barnesville.  Here is a partial early history of this school in middle Georgia.

Gordon State College was initially founded in 1852 as The Male and Female Seminary, a private school for higher education of boys and girls. Though church-sponsored, it was not a seminary in the usual sense. During the American Civil War, boys were organized into a corps of cadets. Girls continued to attend but were never included in military programs.

In 1872, the school was renamed Gordon Institute to honor Georgia native and former CSA General John B. Gordon, and its scope was extended to the elementary grades. In 1890, J. C. Woodward, who later founded Georgia Military Academy was hired to start a military program. In 1907, the name changed to Gordon College. In 1916 the U.S. Department of War named Gordon College a junior military unit. In 1928, Gordon added the first two years of college to its program. In 1933 the state of Georgia offered the former Georgia Industrial College campus to Gordon College. The high school and junior college departments moved to the new campus, while the elementary school moved into the former high school building. Gordon College was known as Gordon Military College from the mid-1930s until 1972.

In the 1950s, ownership of the school passed to the city of Barnesville, which consolidated its government-funded public schools for Whites in Grades 8-12, while continuing to bus Colored students to racially segregated Lamar County schools. City girls were enrolled as regular students. City boys were permitted to opt out of military participation, but almost all were organized into a corps of cadets under military discipline. Military cadets from other places were permitted to enroll by paying tuition; many attracted by low tuition rates came from Latin America, including Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rican migration to New York.

Gordon State had severe financial problems in the 1960s; in 1970 the trustees approached the state about making the college part of the university system. The secondary school was separated and the cadet corps disbanded, and on July 2, 1972, Gordon Military College officially became part of the University System of Georgia as Gordon Junior College, an associate-level college. In 1986 "junior" was dropped from the school's name as Gordon began to offer some undergraduate courses.

In 2006, Gordon State was designated a four-year state college, and currently offers six bachelor's degree programs.

On August 8, 2012, the Board of Regents approved the change of the name of Gordon College to Gordon State College. The action follows the Board's approval in 2006 of a change in status for the two-year college in Barnesville to allow it to offer limited baccalaureate programs within the University System's state college sector. 

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California Fireworks Co Cover San Francisco
Item #: NEW-0013151

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Nice graphics on the back of this cover dated in the 1880's..  The front reads "Return to J B Wooster & Co" and an address in San Francisco.  Cancel in from San Francisco but it not clear as to the date.  

J B Wooster

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R W L Rasin & Co-Baltimore-Cover
Item #: NEW-0012624

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Poor condition on this cover.  I'm not sure of the year but clear cancel from Baltimore.  Damaged stamp, heavy stains and the back doesn't look much better.  This was a chemical fertilizer firm.

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Tate Spring Mineral Water-Grainger Co Tn
Item #: NEW-0012482

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Ok, I know this is a mess but it is the only one I have ever seen.  See scan.

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Atlanta-New Orleans RR 1898 Cover-RPO
Item #: NEW-0012332

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1898 Cover-RPO Cancel

Has an enclosure.  There is another cancel on the back from Greenville Georgia. Fancy cancel.

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C F Simmons Laboratory-St Louis Mo Cover
Item #: NEW-0012328

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Impressive looking building on this illustrated cover.  No year on the cancel, but late 1800's.  This company made patent medicines. Opened roughly, see scan. 

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1863-Civil War Useage-Cancel New Orleans
Item #: NEW-0012327

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Bullseye cancel and a nice cancel from New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Payne's Store Texas-1775 DPO Cover
Item #: NEW-0012273

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This cover is not much to look at as can be seen in the scan.  The handwriting reads Payne's Store Texas 1/7/75.  It was not uncommon for country stores to be the postal office in small towns. This town no longer exists. This came from the extensive papers of a prominent lawyer in Greenville Georgia, John W Park.  

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Benjamin B Converse-Hides-Leather-Boston-Cover
Item #: NEW-0012191

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Embossed advertising cover with a clear cancel from Boston and a fancy cancel. One tiny tear in top edge

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Harrodsburg Ky-Chaplin Family-Stampless Covers
Item #: NEW-0012174

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This lot consists of three covers addressed to John Barlow of Frankfort Kentucky.  There are two letters from Abram Chaplin and one from his brother Willis.  These men were descended from a famous pioneer family of Harrodsburg Kentucky. Please view the scans to see the condition of the three letters.  I have not transcribed the letters as they are boring business letters regarding some land. One letter is dated 1846, one 1848, and one undated.  

The following information was taken from the following family site:  http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jerry_bruhn&id=I1964  Here is some of the information taken from that site.

NE from Harrodsburg on waters of Shawnee Run including a sinking spring by improvements on the said land the year 1774."
Captain Abraham Chaplin served as an officer in the Illinois Regiment under George Rogers Clark. He was one of the first trustees of the town of Harodsburg. In 1793, he was married to Elizabeth Higgins, daughter of Robert Higgins, Jr. and - - - - - Wright. It was about this time that Abraham must have started the building of a home on his 1400 acre tract. The home and graveyard being located on the present farm of Mrs. Loyd Lay on the Lexington Road, about two miles east of Harrodsburg. The family graveyard still remains and therein are buried Capt. Abraham Chaplin, his first and second wives,and some of their children. A sister of Capt. Chaplin and his brother-in-law, Captain and Mrs.(George) McCormack, are also buried there.
In a letter written by Capt. Chaplin in 1802, he says that " I am nearly done building and am much in debt." In June 1812 he closed a letter "Abrm Chaplin, Pleasant Fields". Thus, the home may have been given the name " Pleasant Fields." In Feb. 1809 he wrote: " Last year I belonged to the House of Representatives and I have begun to exercise my small talents on politics and next election for the Senate if elected will be for four years." In Aug. of 1810 he wrote: " It will surprise you especially that Benj. D. Price was at my house and all his family except one brother has turned Shaking Quakers...I am much surprised to find among them several Presbyterians, Baptist, and Methodist ministers who are very devout in their methods of worship."
In March of 1812, Capt. Chaplin wrote: " You wish to know concerning Benjamin D. Price - it will surprise you, he now lives on the Wabash in Indiana Country and has for many years, all except two or three all turned Shaking Quakers...Our last Legislature has made a law favorable to women where their husbands joined that society...I am of the opinion that the farmers of the Federal Constitution never dreamed that Religious enthusiasm would ever prompt them to less solution of the Human Race by means as population...For five years I have been in Legislative Councils, four of which in the Senate and one year in the House of Representatives and have yet one session more to serve in the Senate."
In March of 1819, Abraham Chaplin was married, for a second time, to Mrs. Hannah Moore. Capt. Chaplin died Jan. 19, 1824. 




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Black Jack Stamp-Cover-Concord New Hampshire
Item #: NEW-0012143

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Civil war era usage with hand notation April 22, 1865. 

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Garrett & Sons-Columbus Ga-1892 Cover
Item #: NEW-0012047

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Roughly opened, two nice cancels, one on back from Columbus and Greeneville.  Somewhat dingy.

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Jenkinsville Ga-DPO-1867 Cover-Letter
Item #: NEW-0011924

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Hand cancelled cover. I can't find a Jenkinsville Georgia so I can only assume that the Post Office is discontinued..  Letter has legal content.  See scan.

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1849 Stampless Cover-Macon Georgia
Item #: NEW-0011911

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Insect damage to this early cover from Macon County to Macon Georgia. The damage is most extensive on the cover page but there are some in the written page, one affecting a word which I can't make out. A grandmother is writing her grandson  to complain of his neglect of her and the fact that she is very ill and never gets letters from anyone.  She adds in closing, "Be true to your ? old man for our time is fast hastening to a close in this unfriendly world. "   Signed Sarah Berry..  

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Marion County Ga-Stampless DPO
Item #: NEW-0011908

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The hand cancel (on the side) reads Poindexter, April 23. Letter indicates that it was written in 1851.  This is a discontinued post office which evidently was in a store owned by the Poindexter family.  Paid 5 in script and addressed to John S Humphries Macon Ga.  Considerable wear to the cover as can be seen in the scan.  The letter reads that the letter was sent to "Landlapper or Sandlapper, Marion County Ga.  The letter is written to his relative who complains "the girls down here are all fat and want to marry bad."  Some crop and agricultural talk.  I'm unable to read the signed name.  Tear at the top left hand edge. 

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Woodbury Georgia-Meriwether Co-Cover-Letter
Item #: NEW-0011906

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This is a hand cancelled cover from 1873. Cover and letter regarding a legal dispute.  

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Rocky Mount Ga-Meriwether County Cover
Item #: NEW-0011905

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Cover complete with letter about a legal dispute.  Roughly opened on one end.  I can't find out much about Rocky Mount but it might be a discontinued post office.  DPO  1868 Hand Cancelled Cover

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Georgia State Exposition-Macon-1924-Cover
Item #: NEW-0011900

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Please view the scans to see the condition.  This exposition preceded the Georgia State Fair.

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Wirt W Hallam-Long Leaf Yellow Pine-Macon Ga
Item #: NEW-0011701

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Item is about one and a half inches in diameter.  It is made of gutta percha or thermoplastic, I can't tell for sure.  Top screws off.  The back has a Newton Calendar from 1895.  Nice item for the postal history collector.

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American Illustrated Cover Catalog
Item #: NEW-0011662

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I have changed my mind several times about selling this book as it is both beautiful and informative.  There are 252 pages of full color illustrations with the exception of the few introduction pages concerning the illustrated covers that were offered in an auction in 1982.  I also have the prices realized in this auction of items in the collection of John R Biddle.  I have scanned two of the pages to give you an idea. Leather like covers and wonderful condition.

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Cover-Mountain View Hotel-Gatlinburg Tn
Item #: NEW-0011490

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Legal sized envelope 1941 cover

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Hotel Cover Lot-1902's-40
Item #: NEW-0011477

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Included in this lot is the Morrison Hotel, Chicago Ill, Hotel Broadview-East Saint Louis, Ill, and Hotel Multnomah-Portland Oregon.

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Lot of Illustrated Hotel Covers- Southern-1920's
Item #: NEW-0011473

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Thirteen graphic covers, many showing a lot of wear.  Please view the scans to see the condition.  1.  Hotel Richmond, Augusta Ga  2. Hotel du Pont-Wilmington Delaware  3.  The Oregon (shows a ship but it was a hotel in Greenwood S C  4.  The actual Oregon Hotel image (very worn)  5. Hotel John Sevier-Johnson City Tennessee (Sevier's portrait on the reverse)  6. New Central Hotel-Charlotte, N C  7.  Hotel Hickory-Hickory N C,  8.  Hotel Cowan Greenville Mississippi, 9.  Plaza Hotel-Augusta Ga,  10.  The Jefferson, Macon Mo.  11.  Hotel Southland, Macon Ga 12.  The Southern Hotel-Baltimore Maryland and 13.  Hotel Gayoso Memphis Tennessee.   14.  Houston Hotel-Houston Mississippi. Note the nice clear cancels on most.   Notes: Number 3 is listed elsewhere so is not included in this lot

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Chestnut Grove Poultry Farm-Ravenna Oh
Item #: NEW-0011356

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The 1895 letter has different company for the letter and the cover but they go together.  The People's Cyclopedia re written by A H White in Toledo Ohio

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Stampless Cover-Banking-Frederick Maryland 1828
Item #: NEW-0010918

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Brief content.  Nice clear cancel from Frederick and 12 paid.

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1817 Stampless Cover-Bank of Baltimore
Item #: NEW-0010917

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Very early banking related stampless cover addressed to a bank in Hagerstown Maryland.  Nice clear cancel from Batltimore Md.  Paid 10 cents.

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Free Frank Partial Cancel-Steam Boat Graphic
Item #: NEW-0010865

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This cover appears to have had a stamp on it despite the Free which appears on the cancel from Washington.  Crumpled cover.  May be Civil War useage. 

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Union Business Institute-Oberlin Ohio Cover
Item #: NEW-0010864

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Prepared for mailing but not mailed.  Calkins, Griffin & Co's Union Business Institute-Oberlin Ohio. Shows nice graphics of a train and steam boat.

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Railroad Bank Decatur-Illinois-Train Cover
Item #: NEW-0010863

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Partial cancel from Decatur with small advertising graphic which is rare to see on such an early cover This Rail-Road Bank operated from 1854-1861 in Indiana: Crawfordsville, Logansport  &Northern Indiana.

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International Stock Food-Minneapolis-Cover
Item #: NEW-0010839

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Somewhat dingy but great graphics on both sides. See scans

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Stampless Cover-Banking Business-Cincinnati Ohio
Item #: NEW-0010818

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Stampless cover from 1841 sent to a lawyer in Urbana Ohio from the Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati Ohio.  Banking content. Tear at the middle fold about one third up.  

 Lafayette Bank of Cincinnati Ohio

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Woven Wire Fence-Chicago-1892 Adv Lot
Item #: NEW-0010733

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Three items in this lot.  See scan.  The catalog measures six and a half inches by three and a half inches with eight pages of illustrations.

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Dalton & Selma Railroad Cancel
Item #: NEW-0010403

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Nice clear cancel on this cover to a man in Franklin Tennessee.  Torn at edge roughly.

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Wilmot & Hobbs-Bridgeport Conn-1893 Adv Cover
Item #: NEW-0010402

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Nice clear cancel from Bridgeport.  See scan to view the condition problems, tear and heavily stained graphics on the back.  "Swedoh Steel"

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F S Lang-Helena Montana-1901 Adv Cover
Item #: NEW-0010401

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See both scans to view the graphics on the back.  Buck's Stove & Ranges.

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Andrew Jergens Co-Cincinnati 1898 Adv Cover
Item #: NEW-0010400

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I'm assuming that this company developed Jergens Lotion, my fave.  Two cancels, one on the front is from Cincinnati Ohio and one on the back from Sherman Texas.  Clip out of top left hand corner. Uncle Sam's Tar Soap

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Dr. Harter Medicine Co-St Louis-Quack Products
Item #: NEW-0010396

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This 1876 advertising cover has a hand cancel from Goshen Texas, 1876. Goshen is now a ghost town." Dr Harter's Iron Tonic for general debility and female diseases." Cancel on the back from St Louis. 

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M A Rettew-Tobacco-Snuff- Segar-Philadelphia
Item #: NEW-0010392

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Yes it says Segar.  Date is not given but a 3 cent George Washington stamp.  Nice clear cancel from Philadelphia PA.  Dingy appearance and discolored condition along the top of the flap on the back, possibly from being mounted. Right edge has been trimmed.

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Lottery Notice-Stampless Cover-1843
Item #: NEW-0010384

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Unusual notice advertising "Splendid Lotteries" offered by J G Gregory from Washington D C.at different dates in December of 1843.  This is the earliest example that I have ever seen of Lotteries and this one was sent in the form of a stampless cover to S A Johnson of Mallorysville Wilkes County Ga.  Nice clear cancel from Washington City D C and written 50 for paid.  Hole where the seal was broken and also a tear through the addressed section.  The notice has been extensively repaired on the back side both with early archival tape and the latest accepted archival tape.  The old tape can be seen in the scan but my extensive repairs are too thin to the seen.  Almost all of the folds were separated.  The old archival tape, though no longer used held up and no bleed through is shown on the other side. Lotteries continued to be popular following the Civil War and I know that several prominent Confederate officers were involved in running them.  Many, if not most were proven to be corrupt and lotteries eventually became illegal as a form of gambling up until recent times when they have become popular and legal being run by the States as fund raising.

Alexandria

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E T Barnum Wire-Iron Works Cover-Detroit Michigan
Item #: NEW-0010335

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Nice graphics on both sides of this cover cancelled in 1884

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1851 Cover-Frank S Grey-Apothecary-Marysville Ca
Item #: NEW-0010331

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Yuba County according to the pencil markings on the cover.  Somewhat dinby.

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Arbuckles Coffee Cover-1886
Item #: NEW-0010254

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Nice graphics on this cover with a New York City cancel.  Cut at the right hand edge.  See scan

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Cover-Territorial-Sioux Falls Dakota
Item #: NEW-0010242

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1887 faint cancel from Sioux Falls Dakota before Dakota joined the union.  Congregational Sunday School and publishing society, Rev W S Bell, Missionary.  Could be a school for native americans. Fancy cancel

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Cover-Lake View House-Devils Lake Dakota-Territorial
Item #: NEW-0010241

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Nice condition but the barest hint of a cancel on the stamp.  Someone who hopefully knows more than me has written "territorial" on the back which means it was mailed before Dakota was added to the union

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1911-Cover-Sterchi Brothers-Knoxville Tn
Item #: NEW-0010235

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Manufacturers of furniture and carpets. Newton N C cancel on the back.

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