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1867 (Nov 26). Entire letter from New Orleans with blue cachet at lower left, outside the Mails until Havre where Forwarding Agent's "GAUTIER & CO-HAVRE" applied and franked by 1862 40c orange tied 1769 gros chiffres with Le Havre cds alongside. Genoa arr

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160

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TURKEY-USA. 1868 (14 Sept). Cover from British PO in Constantinople via London with cds's of each on reverse, to Albany, USA, charged with handstamped "42" rate due in black, on arrival the letter was forwarded on with 1867 3c rose red with grill tied by

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620

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1814 (20 April). New Orleans to Waterford / Pa. E.L. with black "New Orleans" cds (ornaments) & ms 25 from Ashbel Judson to his brother back home in Pennsylvania, with interesting contents re his going gold hunting in South America, being captured by Pira

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250

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USA

1867. (5 Jan) from Macedon NY, envelope. Very fine.

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775

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1866. (8 Dec.) From Macedon, NY, envelope. Very fine.

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775

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1866. (8 Sept) From Macedon N.Y., envelope (Nurseryman corner card) franked with 10c blue-green (Sc. 68a) horizontal strip of three, average centring, cancelled by bars h.s. with despatch, N.Y. "PAID/24", (red) and "ETATS-UNIS/SERV. BRIT. CALAIS" (red) c.

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775

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1870. (May) From New York, envelope franked by 1869 2c yellow-brown (Sc. 113a) well centered vertical pair, straight edge at left cancelled by "cork" h.s. (flower type) showing N.Y, Amb Calais and London trasit c.d.s., "GB/40c" accountancy and "5" (dec) T

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665

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1868. (18 Jan) From Lockland Station, Ohio, orange-buff envelope (slight damage at top) with No grill 12c black (Sc. 69) (2) and "F" grill 3c rose (Sc.94a) (2) average to poor centring cancelled by blue target also tied by three transits h.s., showing des

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330

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USA

1866. (27 June) from New York, envelope (roughly opened) franked by 3c rose (Sc. 65) pair, light crease and 24c dark lilac (Sc. 78) average centring tied by "NEW YORK/PAID/24" single ring d.s. in red (rare use as a canceller), the 3c also tied by "ETATS-

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665

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1866. (Aug.) from New York, opened out advertising envelope (Importer corner card) franked by 1861-62 10c dark green (Sc. 68a) (3) average centring cancelled by "cork" type (wedges) showing faint "PAID" c.d.s. and boxed "PD" in red and "ETATS -UNIS"/PAQ.

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445

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1885. (20 Feb.) from Kalamazoo, MIch, underpaid advertising envelope (Nurseyman, depicting the "Common sense Tree Digger") franked by A.B.N.C. 2c red-brown (Sc. 210) tied by duplex h.s. showing "T/CENTIMES 15/NY" opera glass h.s. and scarce boxed "30c" Fr

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330

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1898. (Jan 1 Feb) MARSHALL ISLANDS. Aden/Arabia to Marshall Islands. Via Singapore, then returned from these Islands with the signature of the Postmaster there back to Aden (Feb 17 '98). The registered stationery 2a blue envelope has one stamp missing , b

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630

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USA

c.1880. New York local/Private post. Hussey's Express/special message. Private stamp in blue with postman design, just tied on cover by the written address. Envelope of the Health Department/City of New York/n 301. Mott Street.

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130

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1867. Chicago to St Helens/Lancashire/U.K. 3c red rose stationery (Printed E. Bromilow/Fish dealers) with adtl 24c grey-lilac Washington, tied cork cancels, cds. alongside. Via N.York and London. Part of flap gone and small crease on top, not affecting

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215

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