Lot 1684Confederacy, Captured Union Patriotic Envelope Used in the Confederacy. Shield in Star design (Weiss O-S 30/L-2659) franked with an 1861 10¢ light blue Paterson print tied by "Beans Station, Ten." cds to Quincy, Florida; corners reinforced and stamp, which originally had the lower left corner folded up prior to canceling ("Te(n)." on reverse), has been lifted and moved to reveal the complete design, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott No. 2 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1685Confederacy, Captured Union Patriotic Envelope Used in the Confederacy. Tree of Flags with "Union" (Weiss F-T-103/L-2856) on cover franked with an 1862 10¢ rose tied by "Richmond, Va./Jul 15, 1862" cds to Charlottesville, Va., manuscript "April 4th 1862, No 27" [signifying ?]; stamp with nice margins but gum stain and pre-use abrasions, cover worn with edge tears, Fine, thought to be the only known example of the 10¢ rose used on a Captured Union Patriotic Envelope.
Scott No. 5 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 1686Confederacy, Captured Union Patriotic Envelope Used in the Confederacy. Lady Liberty medallion in red and blue (Weiss F-SI-67/L-856) franked with a pair of 1862 5¢ blue, local print (trivial margin wear) tied by incomplete Greenville (Va.?) cds to Mechams River, Va., Very Fine.
Scott No. 7 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1687Confederacy, Captured Union Patriotic Envelope Used in the Confederacy. George Washington design in blue (Weiss GW-138 without imprint) franked with an 1863 10¢ light milky blue, die A tied by manuscript cancel and postmarked blue "Lenoir, N.C./Jun 1" cds to Knoxville, Tenn., docketed "Recd - 8th"; light foxing, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 11 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1688Confederacy, Confederate Patriotic Cover Balance. 17 covers; many Flag patriotics including 2 7-Star Flag cover with U.S. #26 frankings (F7-4 & F7-6) and a multicolored adhesive seal usage with Petersburg Railroad Soldiers' Furlough Ticket, 11-Star designs including two F11-16 designs with verse, F11-9 from Monterey, Va., F11-8 from Hernando, Miss., unlisted type with regimental imprint from Jackson, Ten., F11-14 & F11-5 designs, 13-Star Excelsior design on handcarried, Dragoon types including two SM-1's with different verses and frankings, SM-2, couple captured Union patriotic usages; condition mixed, Fine overall.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.