Lot 627(Carriage) Baker & Hamilton, Dealers in Hardware and Agricultural Implements. Illustrated ad corner card in brown showing The "Sweepstake" Spring Wagon, on 1870, 3¢ green entire canceled by cork cancel, San Francisco, Cal. cds alongside, Very Fine and scarce.
Scott No. U83 Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 628(Carriage) C.H. Palmer. Illustrated ad design showing Patented Lunch Wagon, on fresh locally addressed cover franked with 2¢ Columbian tied by 1894 Worcester, Mass. duplex postmark; stamp torn in at bottom, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 231 Estimate $100 - 150.
Charles H. Palmer was a early manufacturer of "Fancy Night Cafes and Lunch Wagons" and made history when he took out America's first patent for a lunch wagon in 1891.
Lot 629(Carriage) Clarence B. Sage, Carriage, Harness and Sleigh Emporium, Catskill, N.Y. Corner card on illustrated 2¢ green entire showing Four-Horse Stagecoach in red, canceled by "Catskill, N.Y.; Jun 18, 99" duplex postmark, Extremely Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Lot 630(Carriage) Isaiah S. Webb & Son, Bridgton, Maine. Illustrated corner card cover showing Two-Horse Carriage, franked with 2¢ carmine tied by grid, matching Bridgton, Me. cds alongside, 1896 receiving backstamp; cover with trivial edge toning at bottom, Very Fine.
Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 631(Carriage) John H. Shiels & Co., Builders of Stylish and Comfortable Carriages. Full illustrated designs on 2 corner card covers showing different Carriages; in olive on 1894 cover franked with 2¢ Columbian and in red on 1900 cover franked with 2¢ red, Amesbury, Mass. duplex cancels; former with light corner stain, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $50 - 75.
Lot 632(Carriage) Richd. G. Stotesbury, Importer & Dealer in Saddlery Hardware. Illustrated shield corner card cover showing Various Saddlery Implements, franked with 1857, 3¢ dull red canceled by grid handstamp, matching 1860 Philadelphia, Pa. octagon date stamp, opening slit at upper left, Very Fine.
Scott No. 26 Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 633(Carriage) Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co., Kansas City, Mo. Red and black illustrated corner card on fresh cover showing The Studebaker Wagon, franked with 2¢ red tied by 1899 Kansas City, Mo. machine postmark; small opening slit at top right corner, Very Fine and choice.
Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 634(Carriage) T. L. Wilson, Manufacturer of Wagons and Buggies. Illustrated ad cover showing Two-Horse Buggie with red moire background, franked with 2¢ carmine (natural s.e. at right) tied by "Chattanooga, Tenn., Apr 22, 1895" machine postmark, Extremely Fine and choice.
Scott No. 249 Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 635(Carriage) Carriage Related Advertising Covers. Balance of 85 illustrated ad covers, 1870-90's; with an array of various carriage and horse products, topics and companies including horse shoes with Famous Improved Curtain Expansion Horse-Shoe (2 different), reins, axle grease, carriage wheels with Smith Suspension Carriage Wheel Co. - Batavia, N.Y., carriage tops, springs, horse grooming with Lighting Horse Clipper - Syracuse, N.Y. showing Horse Clipping Scene in red and F.E. Kohler & Co. - Canton, O. (two similar, one multicolored), harness trimmings, etc.; some flaws, Very Fine overall.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 636(Carriage) Harness & Collar Advertising Covers. Balance of 25 illustrated ad covers, 1870-90's; with products and companies including C.M. Moseman & Bro. - New York City (3 different including multicolored), Sargeant Manufacturing Co. showing Harness Trimmings in red, The Detroit Track Harness showing Horse and Sulky in blue, etc.; some flaws, Very Fine overall.
Estimate $300 - 400.