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    1, 1861 1c Green, tied on buff cover with green "Killian & Wing's/ Sash, Blind & Door Factory" ad by blue Columbia SC 21 Feb (1862) cds, stamp and cover faults but Very Fine appearance
    Start Price : 75.00 USD
    Current Opening : 450.00 USD
    Hammer price : 700.00 USD

    Lot# : 98 Confederate States General Issues

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    2a, 1861-62 10c Light blue, left margin single tied on buff envelope addressed to Chester C.H. SC by blue Columbia SC Oct 28 (1862) cds, stamp large margins, envelope with docketing at left, tiny scuff spot on face due to hinge removal, Very Fine (Scott $325)

    Provenance:John H. Boker

    Louis Grunin

    Start Price : 120.00 USD
    Current Opening : 150.00 USD
    Hammer price : 160.00 USD

    Lot# : 99 Confederate States General Issues

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    2e, 1861-62 10c Light milky blue, Stone Y, single franking tied on envelope addressed to Jackson, Ga by Savannah Oct 25 Paid (1862) cds, stamp huge top and bottom margins and fully margined at sides, neatly repaired along top edge, still Very Fine (Scott $400)
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
    Current Opening : 150.00 USD
    Hammer price : 500.00 USD

    Lot# : 100 Confederate States General Issues

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    3, 1862 3c Green, bottom margin block of eight with bottom row showing variuos degrees of the short tranfer variety, well margined with fresh color, typical irregularly applied o.g., NH, tiny edge break just into design top right stamp, still Very Fine and choice showpiece (Scott $12,000 as hinged blocks of four)
    Start Price : 3,000.00 USD
    Current Opening : 3,000.00 USD
    Hammer price : 4,750.00 USD

    Lot# : 101 Confederate States General Issues

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    4, 1862 5c Blue, Stone 2, tied with 1862 5c Light blue (6) by light and partially struck Yanceyville NC cds on an envelope addressed to "McGee & Williams/ Raleigh NC", #4 clear to full margins, #6 with 3½ margins, Fine "mixed issue" use meeting the 10c universal rate instituted Jul 1 1862; David Kohn handstamp on back

    Start Price : 75.00 USD
    Current Opening : 80.00 USD
    Hammer price : 170.00 USD

    Lot# : 102 Confederate States General Issues

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    5, 1862 10c Rose, single tied on envelope addressed to "Majr W S McEwen/ Kingston Tennessee" by light strike of Knoxville Tenn Jul 12 (1862) cds with dated docketing at left edge, stamp full to wide margins, envelope cleaned and restored (still traces of notations at lower left) and backflap reattached with archival tape, Very Fine appearance (Scott $750)
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
    Current Opening : 325.00 USD
    Hammer price : 3,250.00 USD

    Lot# : 103 Confederate States General Issues

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    7, 1862 5c Blue, pair tied on small ladies envelope addressed to Woodville, Miss by pen strokes and Vernon Ms Apr 4 (ms. date) cds, stamps clear to wide margins incl sliver of adjacent stamp at left, envelope some minor faults incl few tiny sealed breaks, Fine use
    Start Price : 50.00 USD
    Current Opening : 50.00 USD
    Hammer price : 80.00 USD

    Lot# : 104 Confederate States General Issues

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    8, 1863 2c Brown red, horizontal strip of five tied on envelope addressed to Lawrenceville Ga by Gainesville Ga Oct 1 (1864) cancels, stamps large balanced margins, enveloppe opened and trivially reduced at right, some negligible cover toning specks, Fine and rare "Red Jack" cover paying the 10c rate (Scott $4,500)

    Provenance; "Rarities of the World" (R.A. Siegel, April 1985)

    Start Price : 1,500.00 USD
    Current Opening : 1,500.00 USD
    Hammer price : 2,500.00 USD

    Lot# : 105 Confederate States General Issues

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    11 var, 1863-64 5c Blue, Die A, Navasota, Tx Pin-perf, striking top right margin single with perfs complete at left tied on blue enamel envelope by Navasota Tex (1864) circular cancel, addressed to "Capt G.H. Love/ Commanding Company Reserve Corps/ Wheelock, Tx," cover opened and partly reduced at left cropping away a portion of the courier routing instructions, some typical light postal wear and few tiny chips from the enamel, Very Fine and rare being just the 2nd known cover from Navasota franked with a privately perfed stamp (both to the same addressee)

    With "special order" enclosure originating at the "2nd Bat. Cavalry, Reserve Corps/ Near Anderson, Dec 5th, 1864" with an extract from special order no. 117 regarding rations for soldiers and their horses but no allowances for board or lodging. Officers engaged in supervision in the field are also "entitled to their regular rations and extra pay. "

    Start Price : 750.00 USD
    Current Opening : 750.00 USD
    Hammer price : 2,100.00 USD

    Lot# : 106 Confederate States General Issues

    Unfortunately this lot was withdrawn from this auction.

    Lot# : 107 Confederate States General Issues

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    12, 1863-64 10c Blue, Die B, right margin horizontal strip of four cancelled by black circular grids and the left stamp tied by light Winnsborough SC 28 Feb (1864) cds (additional strike on back side), buff envelope addressed to Collinsburg, Bossier Parish, La, ms "fee express mail via Brandon" at lower left, some pencil note docketing at left side, stamps ample to large margins except just touching at bottom of left stamp, some light internal wrinkling affects three of the stamps, envelope opened and bit reduced at right, Very Fine and eye-catching cover paying the 40c trans-Mississippi express rate; cover E15 in Krieger census listed in "Confederate Philatelist", Nov-Dec, 1980, pg 158 (Scott $4,000)
    Start Price : 750.00 USD
    Current Opening : 1,000.00 USD
    Hammer price : 1,100.00 USD

    Lot# : 108 Confederate States General Issues

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    13b var., 1863 20c Dark green, Unofficial Oxford NC Roulette, unusually well centered single with rich color rouletted at each side and at the bottom, straight-edge at top, tied by "Oxford N.C. Apr. 12" circular date stamp on small lady's envelope with an embossed flower on the backflap, addressed to "Lieut. M. A. Colten at General Hospital, Salisbury N.C.", stamp affixed over the Oxford N.C. 10c Black provisional "Paid 10" in a dotted circle handstamp, stamp lifted to reveal handstamp and hinged in place, Very Fine and choice, a showpiece 20c rouletted single on an unused postmaster's provisional entire (Scott does not price the 20c Oxford NC roulette, the Oxford "Paid 10" provisional handstamp listed as 152XU1 where a footnote indicates just one example recorded being covered by an 1863/64 10c Blue; CSA Handbook $3,750)

    Several weeks after North Carolina joined the Confederacy, Governor Henry Clark was commissioned to construct a prison for incoming Union POWs. An empty textile mill, Maxwell Chambers mill, in Salisbury was selected as North Carolina's only prison during the Civil War. Prison operations began in December 1861, when over 100 Union prisoners were moved from the Raleigh State Fairgrounds to the Salisbury Confederate Prison. However, by October 1864 the population of Northern war inmates had increased to about 10,000, far exceeding capacity and before the war's end 4,000 Union soldiers succumbed at the prison, primarily due to unsanitary conditions and poor diet.

    Provenance: Stephen D Brown (Harmer Rooke & Co., Ltd., Oct-Nov 1939)

    Lawrence L Shenfield

    Andrew E Weatherly (R.A. Siegel, Sale 420, Oct 1972)

    Start Price : 1,500.00 USD
    Current Opening : 1,500.00 USD
    Hammer price : 4,500.00 USD
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