Sale 3054: Session 3 - United States Stamps and Covers
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  • Lot# : 3281 Philatelic Literature

    Bacon, E.D., "The Line-engraved Postage Stamps of Great Britain Printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co.", Vol. 1-2, 1920, published by Chas. Nissen & Co., Ltd, includes the 15 collotype plates, slight bit of wear on the binding but pages almost as new, a Very Fine set of this important work
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    Lot# : 3282 Philatelic Literature

    Fournier, François: L'Union Philatelique de Genève, Album de Fac-Similes, 1928, complete album in original blue binder, copy no. 17 of 475, re-bound, few pages at front some light foxing, very few items missing, but includes the 12 "Pages Réservées Aux Experts", with hundreds of additional "Obliterations", "Surcharges" and "E'Preuve des Cliches dont les Timbres N'Existant Plus au Stock". Legendary album with the famous Fournier reproductions, since the majority of all albums were taken apart, such complete albums are now a rarity of high philatelic and bibliophilic value
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    Lot# : 3283 Philatelic Literature

    Wilson, Sir John: "The Royal Philatelic Collection", Dropmore Press, London - the until today probably unsurpassed luxury work of philatelic Literature, the original edition from 1952, cover with light scuffing at the edges and toning, some interleaves creased, otherwise excellent condition
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    Lot# : 3284 Philatelic Literature

    United States Literature and Auction Catalogue Accumulation, privately bound sets of Siegel Rarity Sales 1964-81 with PR, "Josiah K Lilly Collection" 1967-68 (10 parts with prospectus and PR), Phillips & Kennett "Arthur Hind United States" (1933) with photos (removed from the separate catalog and inserted in a sleeve at the back of the binder), John W Kaufmann "Gems of Philately" 1977-86 with PR, Robbins Auctions 1975-86 with stamps, postal history and literature (with PR), also the house-bound set of HR Harmer "Caspary United States", Patton "Private Local Posts of the United States" (`1967), Luff "Postage Stamps of the United States, Postmaster Provisionals and Government Issues", the journal "Curiosity Collector" for 1888-92, a bound volume of assorted US pamphlets including Perry & Hall "Centenary of the First Adhesive Postage Stamps in the US", Brookman "The 1847 Issue of US Stamps", Brazer "Historical Catalog of US Stamp Essays and Proofs - The 1847 Issue", the 1990 Siegel sale of the "Brazer Collection of US Essays and Proofs", etc., some PR are photocopies, each almost as new
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    Lot# : 3284A Philatelic Literature

    Advanced Philatelic Library, includes most of the classics: Brookman (three volume Lindquist autographed and three volume Philips), Johl»s 20th Century (four volumes, two signed), Johl»s 1902-1935 Quarterman reprint, PF Opinions I-VI plus index, White»s Color In Philately, Bakers» US Classics, Sloane»s Column, HR Harmer Caspary United States sales (blue bound volume), Rose»s Classic Imperfs handbook, Harry F. Allen Collection of Black Jacks (signed by Lane), Brookman»s Banknotes (Triad reprint), Armstrong»s W-F»s and coils, Schmid»s W-F Expert»s Book, Priester»s Beer Stamps, Micarelli, West»s Revenue and Match & Medicine, Chase»s Classic US (Herst 1962 reprint), Stevenson/Brookman»s Grills (Triad reprint), and some PF Bulletins, most everything you could want to start a classic United States library, lovely condition, consider shipping costs while bidding
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    Lot# : 3284B Philatelic Literature

    General Interest Stamp Library, two large cartons with many classic and useful books, including titles by all of the "greats" (Herst, Datz, etc), as well as a 5th edition AAMC, several books about PNCs, Linn's handbooks including the set of "Philatelic Gems," good condition throughout, a wonderful assortment for someone looking to jump-start their library, complete inventory available upon request, please consider the cost of shipping when bidding
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    Lot# : 3285 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    George Washington (1732-99; American General and 1st President of the United States), free frank "President U.S." as President on Dec. 3, 1793 folded letter from Philadelphia Pa. addressed in his hand to "Andrew Ellicott, George Town Md., Philadelphia" a "3 DE" Franklin mark with matching "FREE" rating handstamp, letter written and signed by his secretary Tobias Lear reading "Dear Sir, The President directs me to acknowledge the receipt of your letter to him of the 26 Ultimo, and to request your acceptance of his best thanks for the almanac which you had the politeness to send him, and which the President hopes may answer the good end interested by its calculations. With very great esteem, I am, Dear Sir, Your Most Ovient. Serv. Tobias Lear", Very FinernSo much has been written about George Washington that we needn't summarize it here but just throw out a few obscurities: he had no middle name, had only a grade school education, one of his actions in the Virginia militia spawned the French and Indian Wars, is the only President to go into battle as President (in 1794), he was an honorary citizen of France, he owned a profitable whiskey distillery at Mount Vernon. rnThe addressee, Andrew Ellicott (1754-1820), Ellicott first worked as a surveyor in 1784, helping to determine the boundary between Virginia and Maryland. President Washington commissioned Ellicott in 1790 to survey the boundary of the newly established Federal Territory on the Potomac. In 1801, he refused an appointment as Surveyor General of the United States because he preferred field work to being an administrator. He accepted an appointment in 1813 as professor of mathematics at the United States Military Academy at West Point, a position which he held until his death in 1820.
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    Lot# : 3286 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826; 3rd President of the United States), an exceptional "free Th: Jefferson" free frank as ex-President on folded letter sheet to John Vaughan in Philadelphia, Pa. addressed in his hand, clear red "Charlotville, Va., Mar 14" cds with additional manuscript "Free" at upper right, inner docketing "Jefferson Thomas, 1820, Monticello 12 Mch"; expertly restored edge tear at top, otherwise Very Fine and stunning cover sent from MonticellornThe life and times of Thomas Jefferson are well chronicled and his stature was confirmed by Pres John Kennedy in 1962 when addressing a banquet of Nobel Prize winners in the White House "I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent, of human knowledge, that has ever been gathered together at the White House, with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone."rnThe addressee, Philadelphia merchant John Vaughan (1756-1841) was a son of Samuel Vaughan, who owned estates in the Caribbean islands. John Vaughan»s later purchase of one of Gilbert Stuart»s original portraits of George Washington gave his name to a particular type of Stuart portrait of the 1st President.
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    Lot# : 3287 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James Madison (1751-1836; 4th President of the United States), bold free frank "Free James Madison" as ex-President on folded cover addressed fully in his hand to "The Revd. W.B. Sprague, West Springfield, Massachusetts", manuscript "Orange C.H., Decr 1" postmark; exceptionally fresh and Extremely FinernWhen Madison left office in 1817, he was 65 (wife Dolley was 49) and retired to Montpelier, his tobacco plantation in Orange County, Virginia, not far from Jefferson's Monticello. He thought they would finally have a chance to travel to Paris. As with both Washington and Jefferson, Madison left the presidency a poorer man than when he entered, due to the steady financial collapse of his plantation, which was aided by the continued low price of tobacco and his stepson's mismanagement.rnThe addressee, Rev. William B. Sprague (1795-1876), was an American Presbyterian clergyman and author. He is the author of the nine-volume work "Annals of the Pulpit of All Denominations", a comprehensive biographical dictionary of American Protestant ministers up to 1850. Sprague was also an avid collector of autographs, particularly those of important American statesmen in addition to religious pamphlets and autographs. He gave his autograph collection, numbering nearly 100,000 signatures, to his son.
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    Lot# : 3288 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James Monroe (1758-1831; 5th President of the United States), "James Monroe Free" frank, addressed to Dr. James W. Wallace in Warrenton, Virginia in hand, additional "aldie Va June 24" on top left corner with additional "Free" parallel, seal on back has been removed, folded crease in the middle, still Very FinernJames Monroe fought under George Washington in the Revolutionary War and studied law with Thomas Jefferson. He was elected the fifth president of the United States in 1817 after previous government servce as Governor of Virginia, a member of the Senate, Ambassador to France and England plus Secretary of War and State simultaneously in the Madison administration . He is remembered for the Monroe Doctrine, as well as for expanding U.S territory via the acquisition of Florida from Spain. Monroe, who died in 1831, was the last of the Presidential "Founding Fathers".rnThe addressee, Dr. James W. Wallace, was born in 1769 and educated in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was a surgeon for the 2nd Virginia regiment, participated in aiding soldiers during the War of 1812, and was a personal physician to Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe.
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    Lot# : 3289 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James Monroe (1758-1831; 5th President of the United States), frank "Dept of State Jas Monroe" as Secretary of State on c.1816 folded cover addressed to Joel R. Poinsett, Philadelphia Pa., "Washn. City Jul 15" cds; no left flap, Very Fine and choice, ex-Richard GrahamrnIn the famous painting "Washington Crossing the Delaware", the man standing next to Washington and holding the flag is a young Lt. James Monroe.rnThe addressee, Joel Poinsett (1779-1851), was an American physician and diplomat. He was the first U.S. agent in South America, a member of the South Carolina legislature and the US House of Representatives, the first United States Minister to Mexico, a Unionist leader in South Carolina during the Nullification Crisis, Secretary of War under Martin Van Buren, and a co-founder of the National Institute for the Promotion of Science and the Useful Arts (a predecessor of the Smithsonian Institution).
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    Lot# : 3290 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    John Quincy Adams (1767-1848; 6th President of the United States), free frank "Department of State, J.Q. Adams" as Secretary of State on folded cover to Joseph Hopkinson in Bordentown, NJ, partial June Washington, DC date stamp, matching "Free" handstamp, small edge tear at top, Very Fine signature and cover, ex-Richard GrahamrnJohn Quincy Adams, son of the 2nd President, was one of America's most important and influential public servants over a career of almost 70 years of public service and it is suggested that he had the highest IQ of any US President. There are few areas in which Adams did not contribute in the Executive or Legislative branches of the government - Chief Executive, ambassador and foreign envoy (negotiated the Treaty of Ghent ending the War of 1812), member of the Senate and House of Representatives. He suffered a stroke on the floor of the House and died two days later in the Capitol building.rnThe addressee, Joseph Hopkinson (1770-1842), was a US Representative from Pennsylvania (1815-19) and a US District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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    Lot# : 3291 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Andrew Jackson (1767-1845; 7th President of the United States), striking "A.J." with his handwritten note, "referred to the Sec. of War for his particular attention" as docketing on an Aug. 30, 1829 folded letter from Springfield Mass. to "His Excellency, Andrew Jackson, President of the United States, Washington D.C.," red "Springfield Ms. Sep. 11" circular date stamp and matching "FREE" handstamp, slightly toned file fold does not affect anything of importance, Very FinernThe Secretary of War for at the time was John H. Eaton, who holds the distinction of being the youngest person ever elected to the US Senate. The writer of this letter demands the removal of John Chaffee from the office of paymaster of a U.S. armory.
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    Lot# : 3292 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Andrew Jackson (1767-1845; 7th President of the United States), 1836 incoming folded letter to Jackson from Little Rock, AR, September 17 date stamp (manuscript day), "Free" handstamp, letter from William S. Fulton (the last territorial governor of Arkansas and future senator) recommending someone as "a Captain in the new Regiment of Dragoons", docketing and initials in Jackson's own hand, light filefolds, Very Fine, ex-Kramer
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    Lot# : 3293 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Martin Van Buren (1782-1862; 8th President of the United States), free frank, "Department of State, M. Van Buren" cover addressed to "The Chevalier Don Francisco Pacon, Minister Resident of his Catholic Majesty, Philadelphia", red " Wash City, May 17" cds with a separate "Free" handstamp, docketing on back of the cover shows "1829", slight tear in on the seal but pristine otherwise, Very FinernMartin Van Buren was a prominent statesman during the early 19th century. He was a member of the Democratic Party and won his first seat in government in the New York Senate. He then was elected to the United States Senate in 1821. During his time in the Senate, he worked towards re-establishing the two-party system and also threw his support to Andrew Jackson. In 1829 he was elected Governor of New York but quickly resigned to accept Andrew Jackson's offer of Secretary of State. He left this position in 1831 and later joined Jackson again and became his Vice President from 1833-1837. After serving as Vice-President, he would go on to win the next presidential election. During his time as President, he quickly fell out of popularity with his constituents due to the economic panic of 1837 and the continuance of Jackson's Indian removal policies.
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    Lot# : 3294 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Martin Van Buren (1782-1862; 8th President of the United States), free frank "Free, M. Van Buren" on yellow cover to Mrs. G. B. Williams in Ithaca N.Y., "Tinderhook N.Y. Apr 2" cds; flap torn, Very Finern Van Buren was both a Senator and Governor of New York, but resigned to become Jackson's Secretary of State. Later, he was Jackson's second Vice President and his choice to succeed him. Defeating William Harrison in 1836, his administration was quickly plagued by the Panic of 1837, when banks failed and the economy soured for the duration of his term. Defeated by Harrison in 1840 because of economic problems, he retired to New York.
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    Lot# : 3295 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James K. Polk (1795-1849; US politician and 11th President of the United States) legible strike of 2-line "PT. Isabel MCH 24 1847" date stamp on folded cover addressed to "Hon. James K. Polk, Washington City D.C.", a matching "10" handstamp crossed out as this qualified to be sent free to Polk who was President at the time, vertical file fold, Very FinernPort Isabel Tex. is where Fort Polk was established in 1846, becoming a strategic location during the Mexican-American War. General Zachary Taylor and the US Army set up Fort Polk and Gen Taylor renames the town «Point Isabel.» The war dramatically changed Point Isabel which became a boomtown. The 1849-50 California gold rush caused a mini-boom era at Point Isabel as fortune seekers sought a safe route to the gold fields through Mexico. Among them, James Audubon came through and recorded plants and wildlife.
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    Lot# : 3296 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Zachary Taylor (1784-1850; 12th President of the United States), endorsed «Z. Taylor Bt. Br. Genl. U.S.A.» on a legal-size folded cover to "Brig. Genl R Jones Adjutant General U.S. Army Washington City", docketed at left «Rec»d. July 2nd. 1844 and laid before the Sec. of War July 2nd 1844», faint horizontal file fold away from signature, Very Fine, General Taylor did not have franking privileges at this time, this was sent free under the privilege of the recipient, ex-Dr. RobertsonrnTaylor, whose career in the Army spanned nearly 40 years, never went to college or practiced law as did many of his predecessors. His top priority as President was maintaining the Union and in 1850 he had a raucous conference southern leaders who threatened secession. He told them that if necessary to enforce the laws, he personally would lead the Army. He died prior to the numerous compromises in the next decade but the war he feared came to pass with his only son serving as a Confederate general. rnThe recipient, Roger Catesby Jones (1789-1852) was an officer in the United States Marine Corps and United States Army who was the longest-serving Adjutant General of the U.S. Army in U.S. history, holding the position from 1825 to 1852.
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    Lot# : 3297 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Millard Fillmore (1800-74; 13th President of the United States), free frank "M. Fillmore" as President on cover addressed to the Hon. Joseph B. Varnum, Jr. in New York, red "Washington DC Oct 6 Free" datestamp, docketing at left, very light toning and horizontal crease at bottom, neither of which impact the free frank, Very Fine and attractivernThe addressee, Joseph Varnum, Jr., was a a US politician from Massachusetts. He served as a US Representative and US Senator, holding leadership positions in both bodies.
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    Lot# : 3298 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Franklin Pierce (1804-69; 14th President of the United States) free frank "Free Fr. Pierce" folded cover adressed in his hand to "Robert Appleton 69 Water St Boston Mass", red Concord, N.H. Aug 28 datestamp, bright and fresh, light vertical crease away from frank, Extremely FinernFranklin Piece was born in New Hampshire and served his state in the House of Representatives an Senate until resigning from his seat in 1842. Later, he served as a brigadier general in the Mexican-American War for the Army. He ran for President of the United States in 1852 in the Democratic Party and was seen as a compromise candidate between the North and South uniting both regions interests. Unfortunately, these interests diverged even further and Pierce's popularity fell.
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    Lot# : 3299 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Franklin Pierce (1804-69; 14th President of the United States) free frank, "Franklin Pierce", addressed in his hand to "Gustaves A. Henderson Care of John Henderson, Baltimore, MD", black New York 1859 "Free" datestamp, Very FinernFranklin Pierce was the 14th President of the United States of America. He was known as the compromising democratic candidate during the election of 1852 due to his moderate policies fulfilling both the North and South needs. However, he fell out of favor with the North due to his policies such as the nullifying the Missouri Compromise, and many see his presidency as a catalyst of the Civil War.
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    Lot# : 3300 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James Buchanan (1791-1868; 15th President of the United States), "James Buchanan Free" frank as President on cover addressed to Charles E. Wentz in Lancaster, PA, black "Washington City D.C. Free Apr 22 185?" datestamp, mostly intact red wax presidential seal on reverse, light even toning, Very FinernBuchanan, serving as President just prior to the Civil War, remains the only President to be elected from Pennsylvania and to remain a lifelong bachelor. He was elected five times to the House of Representatives; then, after an interlude as Minister to Russia, served for a decade in the Senate. He became Polk»s Secretary of State and Pierce»s Minister to Great Britain. AS President, though, he presided over a rapidly dividing Nation and inadequately grasped the political realities of the time.
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    Lot# : 3301 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James Buchanan (1791-1868; 15th President of the United States) "Free James Buchanan" frank on cover addressed in hand to "Moses Kelly Esquire, Washington City", black "Lancaster PA, Apr 141862" double circule date stamp with additional "Free", fresh and Very Finern Buchanan began his professional career as a lawyer but decided to volunteer for a company of dragoons to fight in the War of 1812 and was involved in the March on Baltimore. He was a strong supporter of Andrew Jackson as a member of Congress. Though he supported the right of states to secede, he supported Lincoln's wartime actions.
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    Lot# : 3302 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Andrew Johnson (1808-75; 17th President of the United States), free frank "Free, Andrew Johnson M.C." as congressman, Washington, DC "Free" date stamp, addressed in his hand to Greenville, TN, light overall cover wear and a discoloration in the address but with a bold signature, a scarce free frankrnAndrew Johnson was an old-fashioned southern Jacksonian Democrat of pronounced states» rights views. An honest and honorable man, Johnson was one of the most unfortunate of Presidents. Arrayed against him were the Radical Republicans in Congress, brilliantly led and ruthless in their tactics for which Johnson was no match. and the first President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. He was tried by the Senate in the spring of 1868 and acquitted by one vote. In 1875, Tennessee returned Johnson to the Senate, but he a few months later.
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    Lot# : 3303 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    James A. Garfield (1831-81; 20th President of the United States), free frank, signed "J.A.Garfield", as sitting congressman addressed to Professor R.A. Hinsdale, Alliance, Ohio, black "Hiram O, May 18th" cds docketing on the back shows the date as "May, 17, 1869", Very FinernBorn in an Ohio log cabin (the last of the "Log Cabin Presidents"), Garfield was a self-made man who became a school president in his mid-20s. During the Civil War, he fought for the Union and rose to the rank of major general. As a Republican, he went on to represent Ohio in the House of Representatives, where he served from 1863 to 1881. In 1880, a divided Republican Party chose Garfield as its dark horse presidential nominee. After winning a close general election, his brief time in office was marked by political wrangling, particularly with the Conkling machine in NY City. In July 1881, Garfield was shot by a disgruntled constituent and died less than three months later.
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    Lot# : 3304 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Harry S. Truman (1884-1972; 33rd President of the United States) free frank, "Hon. Harry S. Truman, U.S. Ex. President" as former president 1959 NATO issue (Scott 1127) cacheted FDC, "Washington D.C. Apr 1, 9 AM, 1959", date of issue machine cancel, fresh and Very Fine rnAfter serving as an artillery officer in WW I, Truman opened his haberdashery in Independence, Mo. His national political career began in 1933 when he was named Missouri's director for the Federal Re-Employment program (part of the Civil Works Administration) at the request of Postmaster General James Farley. Following WW II, his 2nd inauguration was the first to be televised nationally. He survived an assassination attempt in 1950 by Puerto Rican nationalists, implemented the Marshall Plan and in 1952 secretly consolidated and empowered the cryptologic elements of the United States by creating the National Security Agency.
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    Lot# : 3305 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Richard Nixon (1913-94; 37th President of the United States) free frank, "Richard Nixon", purple "New York, NY 102 Church St., Sep 8, 1986", cover as former president, Very FinernA WWII veteran, Nixon served in the US House and Senate representing California before becoming Eisenhower's Vice President. During his term in office, the Vietnam conflict ended and he improved relations with China and Russia prior to problems in his 2nd term, one ending in his resignatiuon. In 1973, he hosted the largest dinner ever held at the White House in 1973 to welcome the American POWs from Vietnam home.
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    Lot# : 3306 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Dolley Madison (1768-1849; US First Lady, Widow of James Madison), "Free D P Madison" frank, cover written in her hand addressed to Louise Corcoran, Stonington, Connecticut, red "Washington D.C., Aug 8 Free" cds, Very FinernDolley Madison is fondly remembered as a gracious hostess and the brave savior of priceless White House artifacts before its burning in 1814 including Gilbert Stuart's portrait of George Washington. But more importantly, she helped define the political and social role of a first lady. She was noted for holding Washington social functions in which she invited members of both political parties, essentially spearheading the concept of bipartisan cooperation.
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    Lot# : 3307 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Louisa C. Adams (1775-1852; US First Lady, Widow of John Quincy Adams), free frank "L.C. Adams" on mourning cover letter addressed to Royal Street, London, red "Washington D.C. Sep 13 Free" cds, black "5" debit handstamp in top right corner, manuscript "1/-", backstamp showing the year of "1849", small tear in the right top corner where the debit handstamp is, slight tear on backflap, still Very FinernLouisa C. Adams was the First Lady during John Quincy Adams presidency. She was the first First Lady born outside the United States as she was born and raised in London, England.
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    Lot# : 3308 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Julia Grant (1826-1902; First Lady of the United States, Widow of Pres. U.S. Grant), free frank "Julia D. Grant" on mourning cover addressed in her hand to Mrs. George W. Childs (wife of a prominent publisher and philanthropist), March 26, 1889 New York duplex over frank, Very Fine and rare, ex-GruninrnA devoted wife, Julia Grant often joined her husband at his military postings, including several trips to the front during the Civil War. For Julia, unlike many of her predecessors, her husband»s election to the presidency was a happy occasion, and she was a popular and well-respected hostess. The Grants» fame reached far beyond the United States, and the couple traveled extensively after leaving the White House.
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    Lot# : 3309 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Mary Lord Harrison (1858-1948; US First Lady, Widow of Benjamin Harrison), free frank, "Mary Lord Harrison", black "New York, NY 7947, June 5, 4pm" cds, black "Grand Central Station" handstamp with two lines above and below the stamp, some smudging of the ink, still Very FinernMary Lord Dimmick Harrison, Benjamin Harrison»s second wife was 25 years younger than Harrison and was the niece of his first wife. She believed in the empowerment of women educated in business and actively supported art and theatre.
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    Lot# : 3310 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Grace Coolidge (1879-1957; US First Lady, Widow of Calvin Coolidge), frank "Grace Coolidge" in blue ink on an envelope addressed in her hand to Haydenville, Mass., "Northampton Mass Jan 27 1937" machine cancel partly over the full signature, light diagonal bend not affecting the frank, Very Fine; Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge retired to Northampton in 1929 when he left office.
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    Lot# : 3311 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Samuel Arnold (1821-80; US Senator), free frank "S.G. Arnold/ U.S. Senate" on envelope addressed in his hand to "Col Horatio Rogers Jr/ 2d Regt Rhode Island Vols./ Dever's Brigade/ 6th Army Corps/ Army of the Potomac/ Va.", black "Congress Washington D.C. Feb 16" double-circle postmark, docketing at left edge (in a different hand) indicates "Recd Before Fredericksburg Va Feb 1863", some ink blotch in the free frank but overall Very FinernSamuel Greene Arnold, Jr. was a US Senator from Rhode Island, serving a short time (to fill a vacancy) from Dec 1861-March 1862. He was a lawyer, historian and was a trustee of Brown University from 1848-80.rnCol Horatio Rogers (1836-1904) served as an officer in the Civil War (commanded the regiment at Gettysburg), afterwards becoming the Rhode Island Attorney General (1864-67, 1888-89) and then from 1891-93 serving as an Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.rnThe 2nd Rhode Island Infantry Regiment was organized in June 1861 in Providence and saw its first combat action at the First Battle of Bull Run and participated in several fights in the Shenandoah Valley. The Second was Rhode Island's fighting regiment. It fired the opening volley at First Bull Run, participated in Gettysburg, The Battle of the Wilderness, Cold Harbor and was in line at the final scenes of Appomattox. This letter was received by Col. Rogers just prior to the Chancellorsville campaign.
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    Lot# : 3312 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Charles Carroll (1737-1832; Signer of the Declaration of Independence) free frank on folded letter addressed to "Honble. Charles Carroll of Carrollton Esq. Annapolis", date stamp in top right corner "Baltimore, Nov 2nd", contains a letter from Carroll datelined "Annapolis 1st Dec. 1790", slight tears in the seal on the back flap, Very FinernCharles Carroll of Carrollton is known as a founding father of the United States of America and participated in many activities to establish the young country. Carroll became involved in politics due to the increasing tensions in America leading up to the Revolutionary War and was a supporter of the liberty movement. Carroll was elected to the first Continental Congress on July 4th, 1776, where he signed the Declaration of Independence, and continued to be a representative until 1778. Carroll returned to his home state of Maryland to help form the new state government in Maryland declining his reelection to the Continental Congress in 1780. In 1781 he was elected to Maryland's state Senate and remained as a Senator there until 1800. He was elected to represent Maryland in the first United States Senate but resigned quickly as he preferred to work in the Maryland Senate. During the Revolutionary War, Carroll was the largest owner of slaves. He did support the gradual abolition of slavery, but never released any of his slaves. Carroll was the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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    Lot# : 3313 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Isaac Chauncey (1779-1840; US Navy officer), frank "I Chauncey" on folded letter from the "Navy Comm Office" to "Com James Barron Commg Naval Office Philadelphia", red "City of Washington Sep 21" and "Free" handstamp (partially overlaps signature), fresh and Very FinernIsaac Chauncey was an officer in the US Navy who served in the Quasi-War, The Barbary Wars and the War of 1812. In the latter part of his naval career, he was President of the Board of Navy Commissioners.rnThe addressee, Comm. James Barron (1768-1851) was a contemporary of Chauncey's in the early 1800s and as commander of the frigate USS Chesapeake, he was involved in the Chesapeake-Leopard affair in 1807 which led to the surrender of his ship to the British and resulted in him being court-martialed for his actions during incident. Barron finished his naval career on shore duty, becoming the Navy's senior officer in 1839.rnwould be useful to know the date and if this is folded letter or a letter sheet
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    Lot# : 3314 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Henry Clay (1777-1852; American statesman), frank "Free H Clay" at upper right corner of an envelope addressed in his hand to "Henry Grinnell, Esq City of New York", signature mostly overlapped by a nice strike of red "Washington DC Mar 15 Free" date stamp, Very Fine in every respectrnHenry Clay was an US attorney and statesman who represented Kentucky in both the US Senate and House of Representatives. He was the seventh House Speaker as well as the ninth Secretary of State, also receiving electoral votes for president in the 1824, 1832, and 1844 presidential elections. He helped found both the National Republican Party and the Whig Party. For his role in defusing sectional crises, he earned the appellation of the "Great Compromiser" and was part of the "Great Triumvirate" of Congressmen, alongside fellow Whig Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun.rnThe addressee, Henry Grinnell (1799-1874), was an American merchant and philanthropist, promoting and funding Arctic exploration among other things.
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    Lot# : 3315 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Henry Clay (1777-1852; US Statesman), "Free H. Clay" frank, addressed to C. Ingersoll Esq, Committee of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, red "City of Washington Jun 12" circular date stamp with "Free" handstamp, docketing shows 1836 year date, negligible vertical fold, Extremely FinernHenry Clay was a popular politician in the early 19th century serving as a congressman, senator, and secretary of state for the US. Clay originally started his US political career as a representative of Kentucky in the Senate, but in less than a year decided to run for a spot in the House of Representatives and won in 1810. Quickly after that, Clay became the youngest Speaker of the House at the age of 34. He then served 7 terms up until 1825 as Speaker of the House. During his time in office, he successfully advocated for the war of 1812, arranged for the passage of the Second Bank of the United States, and supported the Monroe Doctrine. He became Secretary of State under President John Quincy Adams in 1825 and grew fond of him even though previously seeing him as a rival. He grew hatred towards Andrew Jackson. Clay returned to the Senate from 1831-1842. Here he was very critical of Andrew Jackson. During this time period he ran against Andrew Jackson for president but came up short, supported the rechartering of the National Bank, helped form the Whig party with him actually coining the name the Whig Party in a speech he gave, and lost the 1844 election to James K. Polk.rnThe addressee, C. Ingersoll Esq., was a United States congressman and served in the House of Representatives. His first term was for Pennsylvania's 1st congressional district from 1813-1815. His second term was for Pennsylvania's 3rd congressional district from 1841-1843. His last term was for Pennsylvania's 4th congressional district from 1843-1849.
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    Lot# : 3316 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Jefferson Davis (1808-89; American and Confederate States politician), free frank "Jeffers Davis U.S.S." as US Senator (from Mississippi) on cover to Delaware O., "Washington D.C. Free Jun. 1, 1860" cds, slightly reduced at right where nicked from opening, small tear at top, still Very Fine, rnJefferson Finis Davis, the first and only president of the Confederate States of America, was a Southern planter, Democratic politician and hero of the Mexican War who had represented Mississippi in the US House of Representatives and Senate and served as US Secretary of War (1853-57). He was chosen to serve as president of the Confederacy (CSA) in 1861 and he held the post until the Civil War ended in 1865. On April 2, 1865, Davis and the rest of the CSA government fled Richmond as the Union Army advanced on the Confederate capital. Union soldiers captured Davis near Irwinville, Georgia, on May 10, and he was imprisoned for two years at Fort Monroe in Virginia. Indicted but never tried for treason, Davis was released on bond in May 1867. After travelling to Europe and then selling insurance in Memphis, he retired to to Biloxi, Miss where he wrote his memoir "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government" in 1881.
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    Lot# : 3317 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814; US Politician and Diplomat), "free E Gerry" frank (as Vice President) on folded cover letter written in his hand addressed to Ann Gerry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, docketing on the back " Washington letter, E. Gerry Esqr. V. President of the U. States April 2d 1814", file fold left center, small stain in the top left corner, still FinernA signer of the Declaration of Independence and fifth vice president of the United States (1813-14) in the second term of Pres. James Madison. He was also a member of Congress (1783-85) under the Articles of Confederation and a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia (1787). He was an outspoken opponent of ratification of the Constitution, fearing that it might give way to aristocratic or monarchical rule. However, he gave it his full support after its ratification and helped draft the Bill of Rights. After four attempts to win election as governor of Massachusetts, Gerry succeeded in 1810 and was reelected in 1811. His administration was notable for its use of what became known as gerrymandering, the division of electoral districts for partisan political advantage.
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    Lot# : 3318 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Ebenezer Hazard (1744-1817; American businessman and publisher) strong free frank "Free Eben Hazard" as Postmaster General on April 19, 1789 folded ALS and addressed in his hand to Rev. Jedediah Morse (father of inventor Samuel F. B. Morse) in Charlestown Mass., "N-York Apr. 19" and "Free" straight-line handstamps struck overlapping, receipt docketing, letter mentions "the Vice President is to be here tomorrow & we expect the President in the Course of this week..." (referencing the first Washington-Adams inauguration which occurred days later), letter split along one fold and some edge flaws, still Very Fine and quite scarce; ex-HesselrnAs postmaster for NY City, the postmaster general under the Articles of Confederation, he helped bind the country together. As a historical editor, he preserved precious documents for an entire generation of American historians. He was replaced as PMG by Washington at his earliest opportunity due to controversy over handling of the mails during Constitution ratification period.
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    Lot# : 3319 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    John Jay (1745-1829; American statesman) autograph free frank "John Jay" on legal size folded cover to the Governor of Georgia (Samuel Elbert), neat "N. York. June. 15" straight-line handstamp with matching "FREE", 1785 docketing, some water staining and edge wear, otherwise Fine and scarcernAmong his many significant contributions to the country's founding, he was President of the Continental Congress (1778-79), delegate from New York (1774-77, 1778-79), signatory of the Treaty of Paris of 1783, the second governor of New York, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Secretary of State under Washington and the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. He was also one of the authors of the seminal "Federalist Papers".
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    Lot# : 3320 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Amos Kendall (1789-1869; American lawyer, journalist and politician), frank "A. Kendall" with additional "4th Aud. Office" on a folded letter addressed in his hand to "J Cowperthwaite 2d Cashier U.S. Bank Philadelphia Pa.", "City of Washington Jul 13" cds and "Free" handstamp, Very FinernKendall graduated at the head of his class from Dartmouth College in 1811, was a tutor, journalist and personal friend of President Andrew Jackson. Following Jackson's election in 1829, he went to Washington, D.C., became fourth Auditor of the Treasury and was the President's intimate adviser. He proved an able administrator and became Postmaster General in 1834, holding office until 1840. As Jackson's assistant, he wrote most of the President's annual addresses and produced much of the newspaper material that appeared throughout the country to build support for Jackson's programs. In addition, he was a strong supporter of education and he helped found Gallaudet University for the deaf in Washington D.C. in 1857.rnwould be useful to know the date and if this is a folded letter or just the letter sheet
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    Lot# : 3321 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Rufus King (1755-1827; Signer of the Constitution), 1786 folded letter franked "Free R. King", additional black "Free" handstamp and "N-York Dec 6." straight-line date stamp, addressed to Samuel Holten in Danvers, MA (Holten also served as a delegate to the Continental Congress and later as a US congressman), Very Fine and attractivernHailing from Massachusetts, Rufus King's long political career included serving as a delegate from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress, a US Senator from 1789-96 and 1813-25, US Minister to the United Kingdom from 1796-1803 and 1825-26, two-time Federalist Party Vice Presidential nominee (1804 and 1808), and Federalist Party Presidential nominee (1816). Additionally, King was one of two signers of the US Constitution from the state of Massachusetts.rn
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    Lot# : 3322 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    John Laurence (1750-1810; US Politician), "Free John Laurence" frank, folded cover addressed to Nicholas Law, New York, "Free" handstamp and Philadelphia "JU 6" Franklin mark, Very FinernJohn Laurence was important, if lesser known, figure in the founding of the US. He began his career as a military officer serving for the Continental Army first as a lieutenant in the 4th New York Regiment and then as Captain and Paymaster in the 1st New York Regiment. He was later appointed Judge Advocate General where, among his many important cases, he handled the Charles Lee insubordination and Benedict Arnold's corruption cases. After the war, Laurence had a career in the legislative and legal arena, serving in 6th,7th, and 8th Continental Congresses. He was elected to the first US Congress in 1789 as a Federalist from New York's 2nd district. He became a Federalist US Senator in 1796 where and became President Pro Tempore in the US Fifth Senate. He would resign from his position in the Senate in 1800.
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    Lot# : 3323 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Benjamin Lincoln (1733-1810; American General, 1st Secretary of War), free frank "B. Lincoln" as Secretary of War, endorsed "Public Service" at top of folded cover addressed to "Brigadier General McIntosh" in Savannah Ga., "FREE" straight-line handstamp, docketed "Gen. Lincoln, 6 Nov. 1783" at right, cover silked with some tears along folds, minor stain, still Fine and rare; ex-Dr. RobertsonrnGeneral Lincoln was involved with three of the Revolutionary War's significanr surrenders - at Saratoga with the surrender of Burgoyne, he oversaw the largest American surrender of the war at the 1780 Siege of Charleston, and, as George Washington's second in command, he formally accepted the British surrender of Cornwallis (that's him accepting Cornwallis' sword in Trumbull's famous painting) at Yorktown.rnThe addressee, Lachlan McIntosh, was a Revolutionary War political and military leader. In 1777 he shot and killed Declaration of Independence signer Button Gwinnett in a duel.
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    Lot# : 3324 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    John M. Niles (1787-1856; US Senator, Postmaster General), free frank "free J. M. Niles" signature in blue on folded cover to New London Ct.; light red "Washington City DC Dec 28" cds and "FREE" handstamp, light edge wear, Very Fine, ex-Richard GrahamrnJohn Niles was appointed US Postmaster General by President Van Buren in 1840 and served until the end of the administration in 1841. As Postmaster General he ended delivery of mail on Sunday. He returned to the US Senate (he first served 1835-39) as a class three senator in 1844. He was actually elected in 1842 and was to start in 1843, but ill health and a credentials challenge kept him out until the next year. As a Senator, in 1845, he cast the deciding vote admitting Texas to the Union as a slave state, though he was against slavery.
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    Lot# : 3325 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Timothy Pickering (1745-1829; US Politician) free frank, "Tim Pickering QMG", folded cover letter written in hand as Quartermaster General and addressed to David Wolfe, New York, black "29 MR" Philidelphia Franklin Stamp, "Free" handstamp, endorsed as "Public Service", some llight toning but still Very FinernA Federalist politician, Timothy Pickering was appointed to several federal positions by President George Washington, most notably Postmaster General, Secretary of War, and Secretary of State. He later served in the Senate and in the House of Representatives. in the pre-Revolutionary period, he, being interested in military strategy, eventually became colonel of the Essex County militia in 1775. A year later, he published "An Easy Plan of Discipline for the Militia", a manual for colonial militia and Continental Army officers employed to train new recruits. During the War of Independence, Pickering primarily played an administrative role.
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    Lot# : 3326 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Benjamin Rush (1745-1813; American "Founding Father" and Signer of the Declaration of Independence), autograph letter datelined June 3, 1768 and originating in Edinburgh Scotland (where Rush studied medicine), to Thomas Bradford in Philadelphia and signed "your affectionate friend & humble servant Benjamin Rush", red "JU/4" and "8/IV" Bishop's marks, manuscript "Inall 1N6" for shilling packet rate and 6p internal postage, "7/SE" Franklin mark and "New/York" two-line arrival handstamp, letter is silked on all sides due to splits throughout though the signature is clear, appears FinernRush was delegate to the 1776 Continental Congress from Pennsylvania and one of the foremost physicians of his time. Dr. Rush, often called «The Father of American Psychiatry,» wrote the first systematic textbook on mental diseases in America entitled, "Medical Inquiries and Observations upon Diseases of the Mind", published in Philadelphia in 1812. The book went into five editions through 1835 and served as the major such textbook for almost 50 years. He also served as a surgeon in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, and later was Treasurer of the U.S. Mint (1799-1813).
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    Lot# : 3327 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    William Sherman (1820-91; US General), free frank "W.T. Sherman General" as Officer on an official imprint military cover titled, "Headquarters Army of the United States Official Business", addressed to "Mrs. Captain O.E. Michealis Ordinance Department, Watertown Arsenal, Boston, Mass", black "Washington D.C. Free Oct 9" cds, minute tears at the top of the cover, still Very FinernGeneral Sherman was a military general and commander primarily known for his leadership in the Civil War. He entered the Civil War as a volunteer in the Battle of Bull Run and was then moved to the Western Theater where he developed a relationship with General Grant. He fought in many of the battles of the Western Theater with Grant and rose up the ranks to become second in command. In 1864 he became the commander of the Western Theater replacing Grant. He led the Union to capture the city of Atlanta and then used his "scorched earth" tactic to destroy Georgia and the Carolinas to end the war.
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    Lot# : 3328 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Alexander H. Stephens (1812-83; American politician, Vice President of the Confederate States, Gov of Georgia), frank "Free A.H. Stephens M.C." as member of the Georgia Congressional delegation on folded letter addressed in his hand to "John L Stephens Esq Hamilton Ga", lightly struck "Washington City DC Dec 13" cds and "Free" handstamp, some light even aging but a Fine cover with a bold signaturernwould be useful to know the daternAlexander Stephens, a career politician, served in both houses of the Georgia legislature before winning a seat in the US House of Representatives in 1843. At the outset of the Civil War Stephens was elected to the Confederate Congress and was chosen as the vice president of the Confederate States of America. Outwardly critical of President Jefferson Davis throughout his tenure in the Confederate high command, Stephens was arrested and imprisoned after the war»s end. He was reelected to Congress in 1873 and served as governor of Georgia starting in 1882, dying in office the following year.
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    Lot# : 3329 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Jeremiah Wadsworth (1743-1804; US Sea Captain, Merchant and Statesman), frank "Free J Wadsworth" as a Continental Congress delegate on a folded letter addressed in his hand to "John Chaloner/ Merchant/ Philadelphia", faint «N. YORK JUL. 27» straight-line and «FREE» handstamps, receipt docketing «New York 27 July 1788 Jere Wadsworth», aging along a file fold just affecting a portion of the signature, still Very FinernJeremiah Wadsworth was from Hartford, Connecticut who profited from his position as a government official charged with supplying the Continental Army. He represented Connecticut in the Continental Congress (1788), was a member of the Connecticut convention which ratified the U.S. Constitution in 1788, and from 1789-95 he served three terms in the US House of Representatives.
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    Lot# : 3330 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Frederick Watts (1801-89, Commissioner of Agriculture), free frank, "Frederick Watts Commissioner", cover letter on official Department of Agriculture letter head, addressed to S. Modie, Chesterville, Morrow County, Ohio, black "Washington D.C. Free, JUL, 6", some trivial light toning, Very FinernFrom the 1820s/50s Watts was a prominent lawyer and judge in Pennsylvania. Despite his many contributions to the legal profession in both Cumberland County and the State of Pennsylvania Watts is most known for his role as the «Father of Penn State". In 1871 Watts took the position of Commissioner of Agriculture in the Grant Administration. Serving until 1877, he took efforts to strengthen ties between agricultural institutions as well as expending the role of the Agricultural department
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    Lot# : 3331 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Daniel Webster (1782-1852; US Politician) free frank, "Daniel Webster, U.S. Senate", folded cover addressed to Daniel Fletcher Webster, LaSalle, Illinois, red " Paid Ship Letter London" date stamp with a "f" over it showing it was free in top right corner, arc red "Foreign Paid" stamp above a Paris double circle date stamp, red "New-York Ship Nov 24" cds bottom left corner, red "G Paid NO 1839" date stamp, instructions for route "for B. Queen, via London", different rate markings across the cover, small blemishes on the cover, still Very FinernDaniel Webster was a prominent politician in the early 19th century and was affiliated with the Federalist Party and the Whig Party. He served in both houses of congress and supported a national bank, successfully deterred the southern states nullification proposal, and made sure that Northern representatives followed with the Compromise of 1850 even with the Fugitive Slave Act in the legislation. He was also a well-known constitutional lawyer. He fought and won many different cases in front of the Supreme Court. The addressee was his son who normally went by Fletcher Webster. Fletcher Webster served as the Chief of the United States State Department when his father was the Secretary of State. He served in the Civil War as a colonel of the 12th Massachusetts volunteer infantry. He would go on to suffer a injury in the Battle of Bull Run which would take his life. rn
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    Lot# : 3332 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Daniel Webster (1782-1852; US Politician) free frank, "Daniel Webster", two covers addressed in his hand to the Department of State, Washington, both have red cds stating "Boston, Mass" with a "Free" straight-lines separate, in the cover with the cds dated on September 4th on the top left corner it states "Express to Boston P.O.", both have minor nicks in the back flap where the seal is, both are Very FinernIn the early 19th century, Daniel Webster was seen as a great politician and lawyer. Daniel Webster was known to be aligned with the Federalist party being critical of Jefferson and Madison. He first served as a congressman in the House of Representatives from 1813-1817 representing New Hampshire. However, he voted down the Second National Bank Bill in his first term because he believed that the bank should remove all banknotes issued by chartered state banks. After serving his first term as a congressman he would return to run again in 1823-1827 as a representative of Massachusetts. In this term he would throw his support behind John Quincy Adams in the contingent election of 1824 instead of Andrew Jackson as he saw him unfit to serve. He spent a long period of time representing Massachusetts in the Senate with his first stint lasting from 1827-1841 and his second stint lasting from 1845-1850. During this period, he would be involved in leading the charge against state nullification, being an advocate of a national bank, enforcing the Compromise of 1850and the formation of the Whig Party. Webster also led a successful career as a lawyer arguing 223 cases and winning around half of them.
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    Lot# : 3333 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Daniel Webster (1782-1852, US Politician) free frank as U.S. Senator "Danl. Webster U.S. Senate" on c.1845/48 cover to addressed in his hand General Lyman in New York, red "Washington D.C. Free Aug. 2" cds, a virtually intact red wax seal on back, Very Fine
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    Lot# : 3334 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    Daniel Webster (US Politician, 1782-1852) free frank "Dan'l Webster" with manuscript "Marshfield Ms, July 30th" cancel and "free" partially over the Webster signature, addressed to Franklin, NH, Very Fine signature, few known with Marshfield manuscript cancelrnIn 1831, Webster purchased a 150-acre estate (now known as the Thomas-Webster Estate) in Marshfield, Mass. In the ensuing years, Webster spent much of his earnings making various improvements to his estate, and he made it his primary residence in 1837.
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    Lot# : 3335 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    War of 1812 Military District Free Frank (1812-1815) free frank, " Publick Service, Simon Bruton Col., 2nd Regt. detachd M.N. 6", folded cover addressed to Major Genral Calvin Jones, Raleigh, North Carolina, horizontal file fold towards the bottom has minor tears, still Fine; the fre franking privilege was enjoined by the recipient as the franking privilege was granted to certain department heads in the ten established military districts; the "M.N. 6" ("Military Area No. 6") refers to the district including Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina; ex-Dr. Robertson
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    Lot# : 3336 Stampless Covers - Free Franks

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    “Free E. S. Zevely PM,” free frank on elaborate red corner card cover for his engraving, designs and stamps, addressed to his unmarried sister Sophia in Salem N.C. (probably the person who wrote "Nov. 23" at top left), Very Fine, a beautiful illustrated cover from the premier 19th Century manufacturer of postal markingsrnDr. James Milgram's article in Chronicle 210 (May 2006) mentions this cover (pp. 112-113): "Zevely also created a wood-engraved comer card for himself. This doubled as a postmark and can thus be considered as one of the few printed postmarks of the stampless period...An example without postmarks, but franked by Zevely, bears manuscript 'Nov 23' dating, maybe by the recipient, his sister..."
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    Lot# : 3337 1847 Issue Covers

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    2, 1847 10c Black, position 22R, four large margins, top and left framelines recut, bottom right corner showing framelines not joined, blackish blue grid ties, matching "Louisville Ky Jun 23 10" integral cds, used on folded lettersheet to New York, Extremely Fine and attractive in every respect, 2012 Philatelic Foundation certificate (Scott $1,000)
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    Lot# : 3338 1861-67 Issue Covers

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    65, 1861 3c Rose, tied on cover with all-over Notre Dame University illustrated ad in grey, "Sacred Heart" emblem on backflap, Cairo Ill cds/ target duplex ties stamp, Very Fine and rare
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    Lot# : 3339 Banknote Issue Covers

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    179, 1875 5c Blue, pair just tied on cover addressed to a Lieut. on "U.S.S. Gettysburg" care of the B.F. Stevens Despatch Agent in London by cork cancel with an accompanying South Orange NJ cds, red "London Paid JU 23 77" transit cds and partial strike of the double oval "United States Despatch Agent, B.F. Stevens, London Jun 25 1877" handstamp, backstamped London JU 23, a trivial bit of wrinkling, Fine and attractivernThe first USS Gettysburg was a steamer in the Union Navy. The ship was built in Glasgow, Scotland in 1858, named Douglas, and operated for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company between Liverpool, United Kingdom and Douglas on the Isle of Man until November 1862. She was then sold to the Confederacy, renamed Margaret and Jessie, and operated as a blockade runner until her capture by the Union on 5 November 1863. The ship was renamed Gettysburg and commissioned into the Union Navy in May 1864. From 1876-79, the ship was deployed on navigation survey duty in the Mediterranean.
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    Lot# : 3340 Banknote Issue Covers

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    185, 1897 5c Blue, single on a cover addressed to Germany, not tied by a light target cancel, West New Brighton NY May 27 cds alongside, partially struck backstamp, Very Fine and choice; illustrated in Brookman, Vol. II, pg 295
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    Lot# : 3341 1901 Pan-American Issue Covers

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    Pan Am Issues Covers to Europe Assortment, 6 covers, the 1c+2c on 2c entire to England, all the rest are 5c single frankings to England (3 including one with Auditorium Hotel, Chicago illustrated cc), to England forwarded to Paris with a "Forwarded by American Express backstamp", to Italy with forwarding, some minor postal wear/ aging, Fine group
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    Lot# : 3342 Transatlantic Covers by Destination

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    1867 Unpaid Letter from New York to France, rated "Collect" 8 decimes (16c), New York applied incorrect 18c credit handstamp, Very Fine and interesting
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    Lot# : 3343 Transatlantic Covers by Origin

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    Dr. George H Cooke Correspondence Covers from South America to the U.S., 1890/91, from Dr. Cooke while serving aboard U.S.S. Pensacola, three legal size covers with preprinted corner card and address, first endorsed "Off Montevideo, Uruguay, November 30th 1890" bearing Uruguay 10c pair tied by Montevideo Dec 4th cds; second endorsed "Off Iquique, Chili, March 26th 1891" bearing Chile 5c Blue pair, 10c Orange tied by three strikes of "Caldera, Chile, 26 Mar 91" cds, and last endorsed "Harbor of Callao, Peru, June 23d 1891" bearing Peru 10c Grey pair tied by Callao (6.22) oval datestamp, a Very Fine trio.
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    Lot# : 3344 Fancy Cancels

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    Chicago "Blues" on Postal Cards, five different cancels on UX3 (4) and UX5, includes "W" in circle (card with spindle hole), grids (3), fancy star, F-VF
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    Lot# : 3345 Guam

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    1-3, 1899 1c-3c Overprints, singles, all F-VF and tied on neat cover to Newark, New Jersey by purple "Agana, Isle of Guam" June 14, 1900 straightline handstamps, 2c with natural SE, includes partial letter and newspaper clipping describing new cancel, Very Fine cover
    Start Price : 200.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3346 Federal Duck Stamps (RW)

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    RW4, 1937 $1 Scaups, PO fresh, NH, Very Fine (Scott $300)
    Start Price : 60.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3347 Souvenir Pages

    1972/99 Souvenir Pages, approx 725 pages and mostly complete for period with commems, definitives including Priority and Express Mail, S/S, airmails, officials, coils, booklet panes, etc., also includes 58 late 1980s pages without the stamp or cancel, generally VF
    Start Price : 50.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3348 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1239, 1935 Solberg NY to Norway via Greenland and Iceland, cacheted envelope with usual franking, printed cachet and special flight cancel, signed "Thor Solberg", central vertical fold, still Fine
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    Lot# : 3349 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC, 1929 Attempted Flight Stockholm to New York, registered cover addressed to Roessler with usual franking, printed cachet and special cancels, cover tiny edge break at top, still Very Fine
    Start Price : 75.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3350 Clipper and Pacific Flights

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    Worldwide Pacific Clipper Flights Group, 16 covers (6 are legal-sized) of various routes from assorted Pacific nations with frankings of Philippines (6), US (2, canceled in Honolulu or Guam), Hong Kong (2), Macao (2 including one with C1-8 franking), China, Straits Settlements (3), appropriate frankings, cancels, cachets, etc. some with censor handstamp, F-VF
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3351 Clipper and Pacific Flights

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    US PACIFIC CLIPPER FLIGHTS ASSORTMENT, 10 covers (3 legal sized) of various segments of the Pacific routes including a couple of Crosby photo-cacheted, 1935 1st Survey Flight San Francisco to Hawaii and return, few censored, etc., generally F-VF
    Start Price : 75.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3352 U.S. Zeppelin Flights

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    Sieger 64G, 1930 South America Flight, C14 tied by Lakehurst NJ May 10 1930 flag cancel with additional 1c Green, 2c Charleston (Scott 632, 683) tied by "Lakehurst N.J." straight-lines, usual flight cachets, backstamped Cheb 7.VI.30 (present-day Czech Republic), Very Fine
    Start Price : 120.00 USD
    Current Opening : 120.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3353 U.S. Zeppelin Flights

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    Sieger 64H, 1930 South America Flight, C15 tied by Lakehurst NJ May 10 1930 flag cancel with additional 1c Green, 2c Charleston, 2c Massachusetts (Scott 632, 682-83) tied by "Lakehurst N.J." straight-lines, usual flight cachets, backstamped Friedrichshafen 6 6 30 and Cheb 7.VI.30 (present-day Czech Republic) roller cancel, Very Fine
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3354 U.S. Airmail and Flight Covers Lots and Collections

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    US 1929/40 Flight Covers Selection, 14 covers (1 legal sized), mostly Caribbean region F.A.M. flights, note an attractive all-over cacheted 1939 NY to Marseille flight, 1930 Miami-Guiana with C11 plate block, 1930 Miami-Jamaica on UC1, 1935 «Bremen» Catapult flight, 1940 Canton Island to New Zealand, 1929 Miami-Chile with US/ Canada/ Canal Zone franking (some creases), etc., generally F-VF
    Start Price : 75.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3355 Foreign Flight Covers Lots and Collections

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    Worldwide 1920s/40s Flight Covers Group. 24 covers with first flight and airmail covers of Canada (3), India (2), GB (2), Bermuda, New Zealand (2 including one with Crosby photo cachet), Fiji, Cuba, Haiti, Belgium, New Caledonia (2), Portugal (2), Sweden (3 Roessler covers), Germany (3 including 1935 3rd So America Flight with C35, 1936 Hindenburg flight), appropriate cancels, cachets, postmarks, etc., some Roessler serviced covers, some a bit of postal wear or light toning but generally F-VF, view to appreciate
    Start Price : 300.00 USD
    Current Opening : 300.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3356 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    ANDORRA (FRENCH); Sieger 214, 1933 2nd South America Flight, registered postcard with 1932 40c pair, 10fr tied by "Andorra La Vielle/ Val D'Andorre 29-5 33" cancels, Zeppelin etiquette, Friedrichshafen transit cds and usual flight cachet accompany, backstamped Paris, Pernambuco, fresh and Very Fine
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
    Current Opening : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3357 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    CZECHOSLOVAKIA; Sieger 202 Ba, 1933 1st South America Flight, postcard with 1930 50h, 1k, 2k, 10k (Scott C10-12, C16) tied by Brno 4.V.33 cancels, usual flight cachets for travel via Berlin, Pernambuco arrival cancel, backstamped Praha, fresh and Very Fine
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3358 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    EGYPT; Sieger 105 Bxa, 1931 Egypt Flight, special flight postcard franked with Egypt 1931 50m Flight stamp with "1951" overprint variety (Scott C3a), tied by Alexandrie 10 AP 31 cds, Friedrichshafen 13 4 31 transit, Very Fine
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3359 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    FINLAND; Sieger 89 B, 1930 Baltic Sea Flight, envelope franked with 1930 Zeppelin overprint (two singles, Scott C1), tied by Helsinki 24 IX 30 cancels, light strike of flight cachet, backstamped Friedrichshafen 25 9 30, Very Fine
    Start Price : 220.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3360 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 4x, 1912 "Viktoria Luise", multicolor Zeppelin design 5pf "Fahrt der Reichstagsmitglieder uber dem Bodensee" Luftschiff-Postkarte with perfect strike of oval 6.10.12 "On Board" postmark, fresh and Very Fine
    Start Price : 250.00 USD
    Current Opening : 250.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3361 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 6 II x, 1913 "Hansa", multicolor Zeppelin design 5pf "Manzell" Luftschiff-Postkarte with excellent strikes of oval 6.4.13 "On Board" and "Luftpost" postmarks, fresh and Very Fine
    Start Price : 220.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3362 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 170 IV, 1932 Short Flight to Switzerland, postcard with Germany 5pf Hindenburg, 20pf, 50pf Eagle tied by "On Board" 16.8.32 cancels, Very Fine and scarce
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3363 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 238 Cba, 1933 Century of Progress Flight, registered postcard franked with Germany 25pf Hindenburg and 4m Chicago Flight Ovpt, tied by Friedrichshafen 14.10.33 cancels with Friedrichshafen forwarding and usual flight cachet, backstamped Schaffhausen (Switzerland) 3.XI.33, fresh and Very Fine
    Start Price : 180.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3364 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 0364 I, 1936 Transfer Trip from Frankfurt to Friedrichshafen, Zeppelin real-photo postcard with 50pf Eagle tied by "On Board" 25.8.36 cancel with a Zeppelin vignette affixed alongside, Very Fine; rare crew mail from radio operator Leo Freund; accompanied by Karl Hofmeister/ AG Zeppelinpost opinion
    Start Price : 120.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3365 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    GERMANY; Sieger 379, 1937 Test Flight, Germany 50pf Zeppelin tied on postcard by "On Boiard" 8.4.37 cancel, Very Fine and rare
    Start Price : 80.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3366 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    LIECHTENSTEIN; Sieger 167 I, 1932 Liechtenstein Flight, Zeppelin flight card with Postal Museum vignette and franked with 1930 20rp, 35rp-45rp Airmails (Scott C2, C4-5) tied by the flight cachet with Vaduz 28.VI.32 cds and Friedrichshafen transit cancels below, Very Fine and attractive
    Start Price : 120.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3367 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    MALTA; Sieger 232, 1933 7th South America Flight, 1½d postal card with added 4d, 2sh (Scott 174, 179), tied by "Air Mail/ Malta 11 Sep 1933" cancels with adjacent Valletta SP 11 and Friedrichshafen 16.9.33 transits plus usual flight cachet, Very Fine and scarce
    Start Price : 240.00 USD
    Current Opening : 240.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3368 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    SAAR; Sieger 57 P, 1930 South America Flight, large envelope franked with 1925 10fr (7 including block)1930 60c Surcharge, 1928 Airmails (Scott 119, 137, C1-2), all tied by Saarbrucken 13.5.30 cancels, usual US and German flight cachets, backstamped Friedrichshafen 6.VI.30, Very Fine and scarce with just 66 covers flown round-trip
    Start Price : 220.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3369 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    SAAR; Sieger 218 C, 1933 Saarland Flight, small envelope franked with 1927 40c, 2fr (on back side), 1928/32 50c-5fr Airmails (Scott 125, 133, C1-4), tied by Saarbrucken 25.6.33 cancels, nice strike of both special flight cachets, Very Fine
    Start Price : 160.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3370 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    SWITZERLAND; Sieger 57 N, 1930 South America Flight, envelope with 1923 50c on address side, 1924 1fr single and block of eight on back side (Scott C9, C12), all tied by Romanshorn 16.V.30 cancels, tri-lingual etiquette and usual flight cachet, Very Fine and spectacular franking
    Start Price : 180.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3371 Foreign Zeppelin Flights

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    TRIPOLITANIA; Sieger 195 Aa, 1932 9th South America Flight, registered post card franked with 1931 50c-5L Airmails (Scott C8-9, C11-15), all tied by Tripoli 20.10.32 cancels, appropriate transit and arrival cancels plus usual flight cachet, Very Fine and eye-catching
    Start Price : 200.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3372 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNSCOP; June 20, 1947 Airmail from Jerusalem, airmail cover from Jerusalem to New York, containing an invitation to a cocktail party hosted by "Mrs. G. Myerson" (later known as Golda Meir), from the well-known Stieren correspondence, Very Fine, an early UNSCOP cover from Jerusalem
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3373 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNSCOP; June 20, 1947 Airmail from Jerusalem, addressed to the United Nations in Lake Success, New York, includes ticket for a public hearing of the Special Committee on Palestine in the Jerusalem YMCA auditorium, one of the 15m stamps couple pulled perfs and small scuff, Very Fine, the only UNSCOP cover addressed to the UN
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3374 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNSCOP; July 4, 1947 Express cover, legal-sized cornercard cover addressed to Tel Aviv, manuscript "EX," backstamped the same day, Extremely Fine, the only known UNSCOP express mail cover
    Start Price : 200.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3375 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNSCOP; July 24, 1947 Airmail from Geneva, addressed to Ottawa, Canada with Swiss franking, return address on reverse indicates the sender worked for the UNSCOP, light wrinkling but still Very Fine and rare, an early cover from the UNSCOP's time in Geneva
    Start Price : 75.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3376 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNSCOP; August 27, 1947 Cover from Geneva, legal-sized lightweight airmail envelope with United Nations cornercard and Swiss franking, addressed to New York City, sender was Josephine Stieren, envelope rounded corner upper left, Very Fine and rare cover from the UNSCOP's short time in Switzerland
    Start Price : 120.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3377 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNTCP; May 13, 1948 Cover from Jerusalem, printed cornercard from the Truce Commission for Palestine, cover franked with French 6f Marianne, addressed to Paris, Extremely Fine and rare, from the Neuville correspondence
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 3378 United Nations Related Issues

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    UNTCP; Official seal for the Truce Commission for Palestine, red leather box embossed "Conseil de Sécurité des Nations-Unies / Commission de Trêve en Palestine 1948" with the initials "R.N." (French Ambassador René Neuville), inside is wooden handstamp with the Commission's seal, Very Fine and unique piece of United Nations history
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
    Current Opening : 100.00 USD
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