Lot 3036Confederacy, Confederate Regular Issue Covers, small group of 4 covers comprising #1 Stone 1 tied by "Corinth Miss." balloon-style cds on gray adversity cover made from printed form; #4 Stone 2 tied by "Corinth Miss." balloon-style cds over indicia of U.S. 3¢ Nesbitt entire; #9 "T-E-N" (faulty) tied by "Army of Tenn" straightline on cover to Batesville Ga.; and #11 used on Charleston to Spartanburg cover turned with #11 to Anderson Co.; some faults and repairs, Fine and scarce group.
Scott No. 1//11 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 3037Confederacy, Fancy Cancels on Regular Issues, small group of four items comprising two #2 H&L used singles with grid of rectangles, #2 Paterson single with partial strike of large "Jackson" Miss. straightline, and #5 single with excellent strike of Tuscaloosa Star (AC-15A) fancy cancel; some faults and repairs, Fine and scarce group.
Scott No. 2, 5 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 3038Confederacy, Confederate Regular Issues on Cover, group of 4 covers comprising #1 stone 1 (pos. 43) on Knoxville Tenn. cover with Military Commissary Dept. letter; #2 Paterson tied blue Raleigh N.C. cds, #4 pair on Tupelo Miss. adversity cover to Bunton Ala. forwarded use; and #5 pos. 11 tied Gordonsville Va. cds to Limestone Springs S.C.; some flaws, F.-V.F., scarce group.
Scott No. 1, 2, 4, 5 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 3039Confederacy, CSA General Issues on Cover, small group of 12 covers including #1 tied by blue "Norfolk Va." cds to Warrington N.C.; #2 tied "Greenville N.C." cds to Raleigh N.C.; #5 tied "Atlanta Ga., Jul 14, 1862" cds to Mossy Creek Tenn.; #4 tied blue "Danville Va." cds to Amherst C.H. Va.; etc.; some faults.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 3040Confederacy, CSA Stampless, group of 9 covers including State of North Carolina Executive Dept corner card; Charleston S.C. "Paid 5" in circle;Richmond Va. "Due 10" straightline; Calhoun Ga. "Paid" and "5" in circle ratings; Salem N.C. "Paid 10" on all0over red "Salem Mutual Insurance Co." ad cover; etc.; some mixed condition.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 3041Confederacy, Confederate States Collection, 1861-65, collection in one binder which includes stamps, covers, currency, fractional currency, etc., noted is an 1864 cover from Houston, Tex. to Danville, Tex. franked with 10¢ Davis with original enclosure datelined "HdQurts Labor Bureau" which reads Madam, Your boy "John" drowned from off board Steamer Diana Galveston. The particulars of the case I can not give. He was drowned July 25th, 1864. and is signed by "F.H. Rice, Lt. & Chief Labor Bureau", few nice covers are included with mostly common frankings, plus some interesting currency, also of interest is seven covers addressed to Confederate States of America Prisoner of War, Clifton Didlake while imprisoned in Camp Morton (3) and Fort Delaware (4), additionally there is one binder full of fakes, forgeries, phantasies, and Cinderella items of the confederacy, most are crude reprints or reproductions, mixed condition, a fascinating lot, worth inspection.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 3042Confederacy, Confederate States North Carolina Semi-Official Covers, group of 7 comprising "Locomotive Shops, Raleigh N.C." (WD-QM-34 $750) with #7 pair; "Head Quarters, Department of So. Ca., Ga. and Fla." (WD-ZA-24 $750), "Adjutant General's Office, Raleigh N.C." (S-NC-08 $400), "Adjutant General's Office, Raleigh, N.C." with 10¢ #11 (S-NC-15 $400 listing example), "Subsistence Department, Raleigh N.C." 10¢ #11 (S-NC-36 $400); and stampless "Medical Director's Office, General Hospital N.C." (WD-MD-16 $500) and "State of North Carolina, Executive Department" (S-NC-01) cover uncancelled addressed to County Clerk at Jackson N.C.; nice condition with a couple flaws, F.-V.F. and rare group.
C.S.A. Catalog $3,200 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 3043 /oConfederacy, Collection, 1861-64, hosed on stockpage; basic completion lacking only the 10¢ framelines issue, including used 10¢ "TEN" issue with neat town cancel, includes some additional later shade varieties; condition mixed, worth review.
Estimate $400 - 600.