Lot 1628Confederacy, B.J. Terry & Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, Jefferson, Texas. Boxed corner card on buff cover to New Orleans and postmarked "Jefferson, Tex.,/Jun 14" cds with "Paid 10" type IA handstamps; minor opening tear at upper left and insignificant pinholes with mounting remnant on reverse, Very Fine and choice; a rare Texas Advertising Cover.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1629Confederacy, Childers & Beard, Dealers in Staples and Dry Goods, Hardware & Clothing, Shreveport, La. Fancy corner card on cover franked with an 1861 5¢ green, stone 2, position 21 with "spur" variety (large margins except just clear at top), affixed over corner card and tied by light four ring target, then postmarked with Williamsburg, Va./Jan 28 cds to Kingston La.; reduced just a bit at right, Very Fine and choice.
Scott No. 1 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1630Confederacy, Cobb, Manlove & Co., Grocers, Produce & Commission Merchants, Vicksburg, Miss. Colorless embossed corner card on cover franked with an 1862 10¢ rose (large margins to just in at left margins, small stain at upper right) tied by "Vicksburg, Miss." double circle postmark with illegible date (docketed Apl. 9 - 1863), to Boltons Depot, Miss.; reverse is a large blue cameo-style illustrated advertising for the "Wood & Perot Ornamental Iron Works" of Philadelphia with Cobb, Manlove as agents - obviously a pre-war alliance; couple small edge tears, small bit of side flap (and ad) missing, F.-V.F. and most unusual.
Scott No. 5 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1631Confederacy, Dickinson & Kilpatrick Attorneys at Law, Grove Hall, Ala. Blue cameo corner card on cover franked with a four margin 1863 10¢ blue die A tied by "Grove Hill, Ala./Jul 13" cds to Newton Academy, Monroe County, Ala., docketed "1863", Very Fine.
Scott No. 11 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1632Confederacy, Fenton & Co., Cotton Seed Oil CO., Memphis, Tenn. Buff all-over illustrated advertising on cover franked with a pair of 1861 5¢ bright green, stone 1 (huge margins to just shaving at left), position 43-44, tied by "Memphis, Ten./Feb 1862" cds to Richmond, Va.; cover faults & stamp affixed just above edge of cover, otherwise Fine.
Scott No. 1 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1633Confederacy, Hand, Williams & Graves, Wholesale Grocers, Augusta, Geo. Blue embossed cameo corner card on buff cover franked with a vert. pair of 1862 5¢ Local print (mostly large margins) tied by "Marion C.H., S.C./Feb 14 " cds to Fayetteville, N.C., Very Fine.
Scott No. 7 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1634Confederacy, J.A. Ansley & Co., Commission Merchants, Augusta, Ga. Embossed blue cameo corner card on cover franked with 1861 10¢ blue Paterson print (four margins, close at right) tied by "Augusta, Ga./Jan 8 " cds & manuscript docketing, addressed to Atlanta; light water stain across lower right third of cover affecting stamp, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 2 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1635Confederacy, J.M. Rogers & Co., Starkville, Miss. Printed corner card on cover franked with an 1862 10¢ rose (large even margins) tied by clear "Starkville, Mi./Aug 26 " cds with manuscript day, to a Lieut. S.M. Meek, Verona, Miss. with a return address from "Col. Barry, 35th Regiment, Mississippi Vols.", Extremely Fine, a gorgeous cover.
Scott No. 5 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 1636Confederacy, Maxwell, Saulpaw & Co., Nashville, Tenn. Fancy corner card on amber cover franked with a four margin 1861 5¢ olive green, stone A (barely clear at top) tied by blue "Nashville, Ten./Dec 7, 1861" double circle postmark to Knoxville; reduced a bit at right with very minor foxing affecting stamp slightly, F.-V.F. and attractive.
Scott No. 1c Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1637Confederacy, Meacham & Galbreath, Wholesale Grocers, Memphis, Tenn. Embossed blue cameo corner card on cover franked with two four margin singles 1861 5¢ olive green, stone 1 tied by "Memphis, Ten./Feb 8, 1862" cds to Lynchburg, Va.; reverse with contemporaneous mathematic calculations, Very Fine and attractive.
Scott No. 1c Estimate $500 - 750.