Items for Sale - CSA 11, 10¢ Blue Intaglio - Type I on Cover - Section Two

7755

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue tied CAMDEN / S.C. in combination with 10¢ greenish blue  CSA 11c on cover to “Revd Stephen Elliott, Pocotaligo, So Ca”, cover with small central tone spot. Most attractive and unusual double rate cover. $230.

$ 230

7761

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 large margins) tied socked-on-the-nose NEW MARKET / VA // 11 / 0CT cds on cover to “Mrs. A. C. Hopkins, Care of Col. S. Bassett French, Richmond, Va”. Col. Chester S. Bassett French was Jackson’s aid during the war as well as Virginia Governor Letcher’s aid - a lawyer who wrote his memoirs after the war. Ex Wiseman and Green.  $130.

$ 130

7818

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied GRIFFIN / GA. // OCT / 30 cds on homemade cover Americus, Georgia, Ex Crouch  $160.

$ 160

7822

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue shade (4 uneven margins) tied neat bold GRIFFIN / GA. // JUL / 19 cds on homemade cover, Ex Crouch.  $140.

$ 140

7836

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied ATHENS / Ga. cds on TURNED COVER addressed to “Wm. M. Blanton, Griffin, Ga” with inside use bearing a second CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied ATLANTA / Ga. cds addressed to “Elizabeth Pope, Athens, Ga.”, Very Fine, Ex Crouch.  $350.

$ 350

7839

CSA 11, 10¢ blue left sheet margin copy tied CHARLESTON / S.C. // JUN / 27 cds on cover to Griffin, Ga., tiny edge repairs across top, Ex Crouch.  $140.

$ 140

C1297

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue tied by clear strike of ARMY / OF / TENN three-line field post handstamp on homemade cover to “Mr. Murphy Lanier, Greenfield Colquitt Co., Georgia”. There are numerous soldiers by the name of Lanier, but no doubt some diligence would turn up the right one to whom to attribute this correspondence; bottom back flap missing. This desirable cancellation is rarely found tied, as it is here. Ex Walske. $900.

$ 900

C1303

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied CHATTANOOGA / Ten. // OCT / 10 [1863] Army field cancel on cover to “Mrs. S. T. Taylor, Millery Washington County, Alabama”. A nice use of the "roving" Chattanooga datestamp, taken from the city post office after evacuation and used as an army field office marking from September to January 1864.  Ex Walske. $325.

$ 325

C1304

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied CHATTANOOGA / Ten. // DEC / 15 [1863] Army field cancel on cover to “Mrs. W. B. Kendrick, Americus, Georgia” and “Care of W. B. Kimbrough”. A nice use of the "roving" Chattanooga datestamp, taken from the city post office after evacuation and used as an army field office marking from September to January 1864. Ex Green and Walske. $325.

$ 325

8813

CSA 11, 10¢ blue manuscript canceled with neat clear WOODVILLE / Mi[ss] // OCT / 20 cds on spectacular adversity cover fashioned from sheet music cover entitled “Bouquet de Music pour le Piano” in large fancy type, addressed to “Capt. H. S. Van Eaton, A.C.S., Care of Capt J.B. Chrisman, A.C.S. Brookhaven, Mississippi”, ink erosion in address and large sealed tear mostly hidden by the turned display flap, Very Fine appearance. Detailed records of Van Eaton and Chrisman included, as well as regimental history of the 16th Miss. $600.

 

Henry Smith Van Eaton (1826-1898) was a lawyer and politician. More information on linked page.

$ 600

7986

CSA 12 left sheet margin single 10¢ blue used with manuscript cancel of H[ampden] S[idney] College Feb 4 [1865] on homemade turned cover addressed to John H. & Samuel Tyne, Lynchburg, Virginia; inside use with ripped off 10¢ stamp addressed to Hampden Sidney College, small original note enclosed, late use.  $250.

$ 250

8004

CSA 11, 10¢ blue) tied DANVILLE / VA // AUG cds on fresh cover to Lt. Col. A. L. Rives, Eng[ineer] Bureau, Richmond, Va. Alfred L. Rive’s father, William Cabell Rives, was a member of the Confederate Congress, formerly. served in the U.S. Senate and House, as well as having served as Ambassador to France.  $180.

$ 180

8069

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue (4 margins) tied bold WELDON / N.C. // NOV 1863 cds on small cover addressed to Miss Margaret M. Burton, Lynchburg, Va but with a full note apparently from the addressed Margaret back to the sender, Interesting, Ex Morris Everett. $110.

$ 110

8382

CSA 11, 10¢ blue 4-margin copy used with manuscript cancel of Whitlock Va July 28 (Halifax County) on cover to Miss Lizzy Ewell, Care of Rev M D Hoge, Richmond, Va, Very small post office (population 26), Ex Harvey Sheppard. $250.

$ 250

8756

CSA 11- KB, 10¢ deep blue (4 large margins) tied BLACK PETERSBURG / Va. cds, late 1864 or 1865 use – black Petersburg cancellations only used very late in the war, addressed to Mrs. Mary S. Henderson, Salisbury, N.C., 2010 SCV $200. $250.

$ 250

8758

CSA 11-ADd, 10¢ green (4 margins) tied blurry WYTHEVILLE / VA. cds on cover to R H Lancaster, Esq Care of Messrs Lancaster & Co, Richmond, Va., Scarce shade. $250.

$ 250

8783

CSA 11, 10¢ blue left sheet margin single tied WILMINGTON / N.C. // 5 PAID // NOV / 5 [1863] cds – canceler made from altered pre-war 3-PAID device – on fresh cover to Mr. W. S. Pettigrew, Near Raleigh, N.C., Very Fine. $180.

$ 180

8822

CSA 11-ADd, 10¢ green bottom imprint sheet margin with “ARCH” at bottom (small faults), awesome margins all around, tied RICHMOND / VA cds on cover (erosion hole at top front) to Hill Grove, Pittsylvania with Pittsylvania C.H., Va. backstamp on back flaps of turned cover; inside is manuscript canceled CSA #11c (cut in at left) with manuscript cancel of Yellow Branch, Va. Nov 28 [1863] and yet another manuscript cancel of undetermined Virginia town dated 13 Jan 1864. Appears this side was used twice? Inside is addressed to “Lieut. Joseph Moses, Comp[any] G, 53rd Va. Brigade, Barton’s Brigade, Pickett’s Division, Richmond, Va.” Members of the 53rd Virginia were present from the first battle at Big Bethel to the bitter end during Lee's retreat. $350.

$ 350

8897

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) tied neat Army of Northern Virginia field grid on nice adversity cover made from military form. $300.

$ 300

9340

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue tied PITTSYLVANIA C.H. / Va. // MAY / 28 on adversity cover made from printed lined form addressed to George D. Wise Esq, Care of Gen[eral] H[enry] A. Wise, Richmond, Va., George Wise was a nephew of General Henry Wise; George served as a captain during the war, was a lawyer by trade and served as Virginia Commonwealth Attorney and in several U.S. Congresses after the war. $220.

$ 2220

9972

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue (4 large margins, slight gum stains) tied neat MARIETTA / GEO. // DEC / 20 cds on neat blue commercially made envelope addressed to Mr. Jacob L. Thomas, Care Maj. Jno Bransford, Dalton, Ga. , Very Fine, Ex Morgan; Major John S. Bransford was on CS Gen & Staff.  $180.

$ 180

10232

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue right sheet margin copy tied neat WARRENTON / GEO // APR / 16 [1864] on adversity cover fashioned from prior letter, addressed to Hon A H Stephens, Crawfordsville, Ga. , unusual in that top back flap is present (most removed from this correspondence at the time) but usual docketing on verso “C. Pemble April 16 1864 Warrenton, Ga ‘About oil’.” By the middle of the War, Stephens and President Davis were at odds on how to handle the War, which caused Stephens to spend more and more time at his quiet Crawfordsville home. $220.

$ 220

9791

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margin) tied by illegible CDS on blue adversity cover fashioned from an Atlantic RailRoad document, addressed to Miss Mattie W. Howell, Selma, Alabama; could be cut to show “Atlantic Rail-Road” which falls to left center.  $220.

$ 220

9818

CSA 11-Ada, 10¢ milky blue tied blue dateless CHARLOTTE / N.C. CDS on cover to John N. McEllwee, Rock Hill, S.C., docketing shows from Drucker & Steele Aug 6 [18]63. $200.

$ 200

9850

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) tied neat ROBERTVILLE / S.C. // FEB CDS on cover to Mr. John W. Heidt, Box 420, Savannah, Georgia.  $120

$ 120

9054

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied ms “Chester Va // Sept 5 / 64” cancel on homemade cover to “Miss Mary F. Bugg, R(andolph) M(acon) College, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia”. Chester is in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Chester was defined by being a stop on the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad and was also the scene of a battle. Faint water stains;  light contemporary “A.N.V” (Army of Northern Virginia) at upper left so no doubt from a soldier but no docketing as it was paid instead of sent “due”. There were numerous soldiers by the name of Bugg from Virginia so more research needed. Scarce manuscript cancel. $110.

$ 110

10323

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (likely right sheet margin) tied KNOXVILLE / TEN // JUN / 5 cds on cover to Doct. F. H. Hannum, Marysville, Blount Co, East Te. which has been crossed out and redirected to Jonesboro, East Tenn with manuscript Due 10 and MARYSVILLE / TEN // JUN / 9 (in ms), slightly reduced at right, Ex Boshwit, Wonderful forwarded use from a known correspondence; See my article re a new provisional discovery from this interesting correspondence at CP1Q2010_HANNUM.pdf  A great deal of information about the family is contained therein. $450.

$ 450

10482

CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied bold SPARTANBURG / S.C. // AUG / 16 / 1863 cds on cover to J. Berkley Grimball, Esq., Care of Messrs Robertson Blacklock & Co., Charleston, S.C.;  Ex Gallagher.  $150.

$ 150

10585

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue top sheet margin copy used with manuscript Mayesville SC Nov 24 manuscript cancel on fabulous adversity cover made from U.S. Army medical supply form with printed inventory such as litters and stretchers, medicine chests and other medical supplies; addressed to [Private] James M. Reid Care of Capt H. R. Garden, “Palmetto Lt. Battery” Haskell Battalion, Richmond, Virginia. During the war, Reid was detailed as a carpenter. He was paroled at Appomattox on April 9, 1865. At that time he was 30 years old, 5’9” tall. Ex Hambrecht.  $450.

$ 450

10728

CSA 11, 10¢ blue with huge margin at left showing part of adjacent stamp tied neat PROCTORS CREEK / VA // JUN / 26 / 1863 cds on cover to Miss Kate McGeeley, Smith’s Bridge, Robeson County, N.C.  $140.

$ 140

10529

CSA 11c, 10¢ bluish green (huge margins, light pre-use wrinkling) tied RICHMOND / VA // APR / 25 cds on cover to Capt. James N. West, Bristol, Tenn.  $140.

$ 140

9783

CSA 11, 10c blue tied MOBILE / ALA double circle pmk on wonderful adversity cover to Mrs. E. H. Mosby, Lauderdale Station, Miss; open 3 ½ sides, fashioned from M & O.R. Road Transportation rail receipt, Mobile with illustration of a train; a total charmer! $400.

$ 400

10791

CSA 11-Ada, 10¢ milky blue (4 margins) tied HOUSTON / TEX cds on cover to Mrs. Lula G. Stack, Washington, Texas. $250.

$ 250

10821

CSA 11, 10¢ blue right sheet margin tied blue COLUMBIA / S.C. // SEP / 14 on turned cover addressed to John G. B. Gill Esqr., Smith T[urn] Out, York Dist[rict] S.C.; inside use franked with CSA #12, 10¢ blue used with manuscript cancel of Smith T[urn] Out / Sept 16 to Lieut. George C. Gill, Columbia, So. Ca.  Open 3 sides, Ex Kohn. $400.

$ 400

13583

RICHMOND / VA // FEB / 27 cds with matching DUE 10 and second [due] 10 on soldier’s cover endorsed mandated “Henry Higinbotham, Louisiana Guard Artillery, Richmond Defenses” on TURNED COVER to Thomas H. Higinbotham, Esqr. Care Quarter Masters Department, Mobile, Alabama. Inside use is franked with CSA 11, 10¢ blue tied MOBILE / ALA double circle postmark and addressed to Henry Higinbotham, Louisiana Guard Artillery, Richmond, Va. This correspondence is known to have passed through the LOUISIANA RELIEF COMMITTEE – a highly prized use selling for thousands of dollars (CCV $4,500) – and although this cover may have been delivered by that committee, there is no way to prove it without the requisite docketing.  Lightly water stained and top flap reattached with hinges, completely exploded to nicely show both sides. $500.

$ 500

14121

CSA 11, 10¢ blue type I tied together with pair of CSA 12, type II, stamps tied together by indistinct VIOLET cds on cover to W. G. Carrere Care of Messrs Adams Frost & Co., Charleston S.C.; faint postmark with part practically invisible and rest punctuated with bright dots of color. Ms pencil docketing “Recd 7th July 1864”. Molesworth notes on verso indicate PF Certificate which is missing. Wonderful triple rate mixed franking. $350.

$ 350

14125

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue tied indistinct cds on cover addressed to Surgeons – McDowell / -- Gillespie, Medical Examining Board, Grenada Hospital, Grenada Miss[issippi], bit reduced at left, small tear at right, and file crease across top faintly through stamp. Featured in Terry Hambrecht’s article in the March-April 1987 Confederate Philatelist, page 9 where he points out that examining boards helped elevate the quality of medical care but often left something to be desired, upon which he expounds in more detail. Detailed bio on Gillespie included from the unpublished biographical register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity, courtesy of Drs. F. T. Hambrecht and J.L. Koste. Ex Hambrecht. $120. 

 

Dr. Henry Allen Gillespie (1936-1879) served in various locations such as Oxford and Grenada, Mississippi including with the 2nd Arkansas Cavalry. More information on linked page.

$ 120

14126

CSA 11, 10¢ blue (4 margins, tiny chips at lower corners) tied bold socked-on-the-nose CHARLESTON / S.C. // JUN / 3 cds on homemade cover to Dr. J.H. Furman, Manchester, So. Ca. Detailed bio included from the unpublished biographical register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity, courtesy of Drs. F. T. Hambrecht and J.L. Koste. Ex Hambrecht $120. 

 

Dr. John Howard Furman (1824-1902) was the grandson of Dr. Richard Furman, the namesake of Furman University. More information on linked page.

$ 120

14194

CSA 11a, 10¢ milky blue tied blue LYNCHBURG / Va. cds on cover to W. B. Withers Esq, Cowan’s Ford, N.C.  $130.

$ 120

17475

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) tied ANV field cancel (CSA catalog Type ANV-11, 10-bar, unenclosed, used 1864-65, CCV $175) on cover to “Edward M. McDermed Esqr, Care Southern Express Co., Richmond, Virginia;” on verso is a note “This letter is intended for Mr. McDermed if he is still in the employ of the Southern Express Co. If not, the Express agt will direction his attention to the contents of the enclosed letter.” Unfortunately, we don’t know what those contents were, tiny upper left corner replacement and slightly reduced at left. Interesting soldier’s use from Army of Northern Virginia.   $200. 

Edward McDermed was a merchant connected to Gish's Mill and constable of Roanoke County, Va. More information on linked page.

$ 200

17480

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 large to huge margins) tied boldly struck scarce straightline Goodson [Va.] postmark (CSA catalog type SL-03C with month removed, CCV $1,000) on cover to “Mrs. M. L. Kinsey, Valley Town, Cherokee Co., S. Carolina” and routed “Via Augusta, Ga.”  Cover with tiny edge repairs. Ex Fisher. $550.

Goodson straightline postmarks were used from mid-September 1863 until the area came under full Union control in late 1864. Mail volume from Goodson was quite limited and thus few straightline marked mail from Goodson survives. More information on linked page.

$ 500

17505

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 large to huge margins) left sheet margin single tied beautifully struck scarce dateless black CHARLOTTE / N.C. circle handstamp on cover to R. C. M. Alexander, Chestervill[e] SC, lightly soiled. Docketing indicates use February 4, 1864. $120.

$ 120

18692

CSA 11, 10¢ blue (4 margins) used with scarce Pr Ed C H / March 5 manuscript postmark of Prince Edward Court House, Virginia, to Hon. William Green, [City] Collector, Richmond, Virginia. Green was a collector for the War Tax Bureau. $160.

$ 160

18961

New 4-29-20

CSA 11c, 10¢ greenish blue (4 margins) tied CHATTANOOGA / Ten. // OCT / 30 Army of Tennessee “rover” postmark (CC ATN-01) used as military marking on fresh cover to Mrs. Lizzie Turey, Camden, Wilson County, Alabama. Extremely Fine. Ex Roger Ballard. $200.

$ 200

18985

New 4-29-20

CSA 11a, 10¢ milky blue tied neat MERIDIAN / Miss. dateless postmark on cover, slightly reduced at top, lightly pencil docketed July 4, 1863, to Miss Jennie High, Gainsville, Sumter Co[unty] Alabama. Beautiful stamp shade on nice cover. Ex Roger Ballard. $120.

$ 120

18993

New 4-29-20

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue (4 large margins) tied MONTGOMERY / Ala. // AUG / 30 / 1862 cds on fresh cover to Revd. S.U. Smith, Livingston, Sumter County, Alabama. File fold at left of cover. Smith was the rector at St. James Episcopal Church in Livingston, ordained in 1853. Ex Roger Ballard. $90.

$ 90

18997

New 4-29-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue (4 large margins) tied MOBILE / ALA // FEB / 12 / 1862 on fresh cover to Mrs. Mary Wyckoff, Burnsville, Dallas Co[unty] Ala. Ex Roger Ballard. $100.

$ 100

18998

New 4-29-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue tied MADISON / GA // DEC / 27 to Mrs. M.A. Littlepage, Pushmathaha, Choctaw County, Alabama. Ex Roger Ballard. $90.

$ 90

18991

New 4-29-20

CSA 11 10¢ blue (4 huge margins all around) tied MILLEDGEVILLE / Ga. // SEP / 13 on cover to Mrs. J. B. Welch, Cuba Station, Ala. Ex Roger Ballard. $150.

$ 150

19003

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ bluish green with 4 huge margins, tied McKinley / ALA // MAY / 17 cds on cover to Surgeon W. S. Abrahams, BOX 86, Columbus, Georgia. Penciled J.M. Bartels 1925 price tag of 45¢ on verso (renowned dealer of yore). Ex Roger Ballard. $200.  

William Thomas Abrahams served in Company D, Alabama 43rd Infantry and Field & Staff, Alabama 43rd Infantry. Much more on linked page.

$ 200

19005

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue (lovely 4-margin copy) tied neat TUSCALOOSA / Al. // JUN / 29 cds on commercially-made envelope to Mrs. E. Benaugh, Care of A.B. Rucker, Esq, Lynchburg, Virginia. Lightly foxed. And slightly reduced at right. Ex Roger Ballard. $100.

$ 100

19010

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ bluish green (4 large margins) tied neat MOBILE / ALA // AUG / 7 double-circle datestamp on small cover to Rev. J. F. Evans, Butler, Choctaw County, Alabama. When Choctaw County was formed in 1847, Butler was created as the county seat. The town was located and settled in 1848 and named in honor of Colonel Pierce Butler, a soldier killed in the Mexican-American War. Ex Roger Ballard. $150.

$ 150

19011

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ bluish green (4 ample to large margins) tied neat MOBILE / ALA // MAR / 3 double-circle datestamp on fresh cover to J. Booth, Montgomery Hill, Baldwin Co[unty] Ala., ms. “O.B.” (Official Business) at upper left, small tear at top and slightly reduced with opening flap tear. Ex Roger Ballard. $100.

$ 100

19027

New 5-1-20

CSA 11c, 10¢ greenish blue (4 large margins) tied RICHMOND / VA // SEP / 15 cds on blue English envelope with embossed imprint under (missing) top flap “Willm Brown & Co. Export Stationers London.” To Capt. Powhatan Ellis, Gen. Loring, Canton, Mississippi, changed to A.A.G. for Gen. Polk Hd Qrs Demopolis, Alabama. Ex Roger Ballard. $160.

Powhatan Ellis served in the 3rd Kentucky Mounted Infantry - CSA. See linked page for much more information.

$ 160

19029

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) tied by blue PETERSBURG / Va. // MA? / 25 on cover to Marshall W. Davis, Ft. Browder, Barbour County, Alabama. I found no military record for Marshall Davis in the 15th Alabama. Ex Roger Ballard. Top back flap missing. $120.

Fort Browder was used for the organization of the 15th Regiment Alabama Infantry the "Fort Browder Roughs.” More information on linked page.

$ 120

19030

New 5-1-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (3 margins) tied by KINSTON / NC cds on small cover to Marshall W. Davie, Ft. Browder, Barbour County, Alabama. I found no military record for Marshall Davis in the 15th Alabama but found an M.W. Davie as a Sgt in Alabama 63rd Infantry and Co. E. 2 Regt Ala Reserves. Ex Roger Ballard. $120.

Fort Browder was used for the organization of 15th Regiment Alabama Infantry, known as the "Fort Browder Roughs.” More info on linked page.

$ 120

19035

New 5-7-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue tied neat bold POLLARD / ALA. // APR cds on cover to S. McGuire, Cartersville Geo, (Co) K, 1st Regt. Geo State Troops. Ex Roger Ballard. $150.

$ 150

19040

New 5-7-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ greenish blue (4 margins) tied MONTGOMERY / Ala. cds on TURNED COVER to John M. Martin, Lime Kiln, Ala; inside use with stamp missing to E.R. Phillips Care of Phillips & Harris. Ex Roger Ballard. $150.

$ 150

19042

New 5-7-20

CSA 11-ADc, 10¢ bluish green with 4 large margins, tied McKinley / ALA // MAY / 17 cds on cover to Surgeon W. S. Abrahams, Box 86, Columbus, Georgia. Ex Roger Ballard. $110.  

William Thomas Abrahams served in Company D, Alabama 43rd Infantry then promoted to Surgeon in Field & Staff, Alabama 43rd Infantry. Much more information on linked page.

$ 110

19052

New 5-7-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (faults) tied CHATTANOOGA / Ten. // DEC / 3 cds Army of Tennessee “rover” postmark (CC ATN-01) used as military marking on cover to Mrs. Nancy C. Bell, Coffeeville, Clarke County, Alabama. Corner of cover rounded at lower right. Ex Roger Ballard. $90.

$ 90

19056

New 5-7-20

CSA 11-ADa, 10¢ milky blue oxidized to darker shade (4 large to huge margins) tied bold clear GAINSVILLE / ALA. // JUN / 21 cds on cover to G. Horton, Esq., Mobile, Ala. Ex Roger Ballard. $90.

$ 90

19075

New 5-10-20

CSA 11c, 10¢ bluish green (4 large margins) tied grid with matching WINNSBROUGH / S.C. / 27 / SEP cds on cover to C.E. LeBlanc Esq, Uniontown, Ala. Ex Roger Ballard. $120.

C. Emile LeBlanc was deputy Confederate government agent for the purchase of cotton. More information on linked page.

$ 120

19081

New 5-10-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) pen canceled with poorly struck AUBURN / ALA // 25 cds and ms. Notation “Chg Box 73” on cover to Col. James E. Saunders, Care of Brig Genl P.D. Roddy (sic), Courtland, Lawrence Co[unty] Ala with contents docketing “D.H. Saunders, Answered.”. Some flap faults, Ex Roger Ballard. $200.

Brigadier-General Philip Dale Roddey biography on linked page.

$ 200

19091

New 5-10-20

CSA 11a, 10¢ milky blue (4 margins) tied CHATTANOOGA / TENN. // JUN / 21 / 1863 cds on blue laid paper watermarked envelope (likely ran the blockade) to Mrs. J. T. McLendon, Youngsborro (sic) Russell Co[unty] Ala. Signed Brian Green. Ex Ken Whittle and Roger Ballard. $90.

$ 90

19094

New 5-10-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ dark blue with ample to huge left sheet margin tied SELMA / ALA cds on cover to Mrs. M.E. Johnson, Jacksonville, Ala., part back flap missing and light central file fold, Ex Van Dyk McBride and Roger Ballard. $100.

Lt. Moses E. Johnson served in Company H, 22nd Alabama Infantry, Field & Staff of Lee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee, Brantley’ Brigade. He was paroled at Greensboro, N.C. 1 May 1865. The cover is to his wife.

$ 100

19103

New 5-19-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue (4 margins) tied by neat ATLANTA / Ga. // OCT / 25 cds on neat cover to Mrs. Nancy C. Bell, Coffeeville, Clarke County, Alabama. Most likely sent by her husband, Capt. John W. Bell. Very Fine. Ex Roger Ballard. $150.

Capt. John W. Bell served in Company H, 32nd Alabama Infantry, Army of Tennessee. More info on linked page.

$ 150

19108

New 5-19-20

CSA 11-AD, 10¢ blue with large to enormous margins all around and crisp impression, tied COLUMBUS / Ga. // NOV / 27 cds on cover with addressed in light ink to Revd John Jones, Bond’s Mills, Baker Co[unty, Georgia] C.S.A. Unusual to see a C.S.A. designation in the address, particularly this late. Great manuscript docketing on verso for 007 fans:  “Containing 2 Letters from Col. James Bond answering me that he would defend and make good His Romantic (?) letters to Lox 199.” Ex Roger Ballard. $140.

$ 140

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