Items for Sale - CSA 8, 2¢ Red Intaglio on Cover

4453

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red tied RICHMOND / VA // JAN / 28 cds on homemade cover to "Floyd L. Whitehead, Assessor CS Tax, Roseland, Nelson Co., Va"'; Nelson County is in central Virginia bordered on the east by the James River and on the west by the Blue Ridge Mountains; scarce CIRCULAR RATE, SCV $1,500.

$ 950

7751

CSA 8a, 2¢ pale red tied by CHARLESTON /  S.C. // DEC / 21 cds on locally used cover to the State Bank. $900.

$ 900

8755

CSA 8a, 2¢ pale red (small faults) tied RICHMOND / VA // NOV / 18 cds on cover to A. C. Brock, Esq., Clerk, Richmond, nice drop use, slightly reduced at right, ex Malpass, 2010 SCV $1,500. $900.

$ 900

11639

CSA 8, 2¢ red brown strip of 3 and pair tied by triple strike of MOBILE / ALA // OCT / 12 [1863] double circle on folded business letter to R. A. Ansley & Co., Augusta, Ga.; file folds and splits and stamps with “some defects” as noted on 1976 PF Certificate 57 594. A strip of 5 on cover catalogs $4,500. $950.

$ 950

13872

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red with minor double transfers in both TWO CENTS and POSTAGE, tied by neat CHARLESTON / S.C. // FEB / 9 / 186_ cds on local drop cover addressed to Assistant Surgeon G. W. Garmany, 1st S.C. Artillery, Half Moon Battery, Charleston, S.C. with manuscript "O.B." (Official Business) and “The P.O. Charleston SC” at top, [SC] Wonderful medical local drop use which comes with unpublished and very detailed bio courtesy of the F. T. Hambrecht & J. L. Koste biographical register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity. SCV $1,500. $1,300.

$ 1,300

14179

CSA 8, 2 ¢ brown red (3 singles) and CSA 7, 5¢ blue single tied together on back flaps of cover which overpaid the 10¢ rate, addressed to William Crawford Esq., Mount Sidney, Augusta, Ga. This appears to be contemporaneously misaddressed to Georgia, as the only Mount Sidney was in Augusta County, Virginia. The 5¢ blue was damaged prior to use, two of the 2¢ stamps torn upon opening; open on 3 sides and slightly reduced with light vertical creases. 2001 CSA Certificate #04005. Very unusual and scarce use. Very unusual combination franking.  $950. 

$ 950

16255

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red strip of 5 with right sheet margin at right used to sealed back flaps of cover tied with three strikes of SCOTTSVILLE / VA. // SEPT 1864 cds. Per the 1976 PF Certificate, “the third and fourth stamps are damaged by opening and are now mended and are genuinely used on cover.” A fourth strike of the postmark, dated Sept, is used on the obverse and is addressed to well-known nurseryman Franklin Davis, Staunton, Va. with content docketing indicating correspondent was Jno. O. Lewis. SCV $4,500. $3,000.


Mrs. Jno. O Lewis buried jewelry near their chicken house which went undiscovered while the Yankees stuffed hams in their knapsacks and strapped dead chickens to their saddles. More information on the linked page.

$ 3,000

7867

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red tied RICHMOND / VA. / Nov / 4 (1864) to Leatherwood, Virginia; part of homemade wrapper (most of back missing) made from a letter with significant historical content regarding the governor of Georgia. Rare adversity use to create a newspaper wrapper made from a portion of a handwritten letter that reads in part, "[we learned] this morning that Governor Brown has deserted the Confederate cause and gone with the Federals calling upon all Georgia Soldiers to throw down their arms and follow him. Of course I do not credit this in the least; but just mention it for the purpose of illustrating the great demoralization which has so recently & so unnecessarily seized the people ..." Great historical content, piece of lower left corner restored. Ex Cipolla. $1,000.

$ 1,000

16719

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red (small defects) tied MOBILE / ALA // AUG / 17 double circle datestamp on small cover to Master Henry Fonde (son of Charles Henry Fonde of Mobile), Care of Mrs. Mary Owen Dean, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Used with Mobile [DUE] 10 handstamp showing woeful UNDERPAYMENT OF POSTAGE Interesting use. $850.

$ 850

17100

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red tied by RICHMOND / Va. // SEP / 23 / 1863 cds on legal size semi-official cover with manuscript “Treasury Department C.S.A., Second Auditor’s Office, Official Business,” to Mrs. L. C. W. McDowell, Care of Capt. G. A. Barksdale, Richmond, Va., light water stain at left cover edge and slightly reduction.  $1,400.

George A. Barksdale served as Quartermaster in Field & Staff of the 16th Virginia Infantry.

Listed in both Imprints and CSA 8 Covers

$ 1,400

7864

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red tied by DANVILLE / VA. cds on unsealed envelope to “W(illiam). A. J. Finney, Esq., (Pittsylvania County) Museville, Va.” thus confirming that this is the SCARCE CIRCULAR RATE as opposed to local drop use. Few trivial edge faults. Ex Littlejohn and Cipolla. Civil War era Finney correspondence is in Duke University Library with many references to the slave trade. $950.

$ 950

18013

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red—two copiesused with single CSA 7 tied by two strikes of CHARLESTON / S.C. // JUL / 14 double-circle datestamp on cover to Mrs. Arthur M. Lynch Care of Dr. Ogin, Newberne, No Ca, with no indication of postage due, small edge faults and repairs not mentioned on 1987 CSA certificate. RARE UNDERPAID USE AND MIXED FRANKING OF TYPOGRAPHED AND ENGRAVED ISSUES. Ex Brandon and Kilbourne. $1,900.

$ 1,900

11363

CSA 8, 2¢ brown-red tied bold SELMA / ALA // OCT / 22 cds on cover to Maj. W. T. Wallthall (sic), Comdg Post, Talladega, Ala, with O.B. at upper left (Official Business) and Chg [box] 65 above stamp which is overhanging edge of cover, stamp corner torn off and secured back in place; TURNED COVER franked with pair of CSA 12 and addressed to Mrs. Hamilton P. Snow, Gainesville, Sumter County, Alabama. Cover fully exploded to show both sides. The 2¢ rate is a bit of a mystery as it is not a local drop rate (towns > 100 miles apart) and does not appear to be a circular use. $700.

Major William T. Walthall commanded Company I, 12th Alabama Infantry, Rodes’ Brigade, D.H. Hill’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army Northern Virginia. Military records, which are numerous, earlier show him as captain and Recruiting Officer & Acting Assistant Quartermaster.

$ 600

19311

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red strip of five, slightly irregular margins, tied by PITTSYLVANIA / C.H. / Va. // NOV / 17 cds on TURNED COVER to George D. Wise, Esq., Care of Gen. H. A. Wise, Charleston, S. Carolina; inside bears defective CSA 11, 10¢ blue, tied by RICHMOND / Va. // NOV / 1? cds, some minor wear, addressed to Mrs. Geo. D. Wise, Pittsylvania C.H., Va. UNUSUAL TURNED COVER WITH EXTREMELY RARE COMBINATION FRANKING. Ex Keeling. 2005 PF certificate 0427991, Scott value for just the strip of 5 on cover $4,500. $3,750.

George Douglas Wise and Henry Alexander Wise brief biographies on linked page.

 

$ 3,750

19312

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red strip of five, tied by 3 strikes of ATLANTA / Ga. // MAY / 26 cds on adversity cover made from printed military form (Commutation of Rations) to Mrs. Dr. Jas Eugene Bell,  Anthony Shoals, Elbert County, Georgia; right stamp with small thin spot and light crease, cover repair at right and reduced all four sides. RARE USE OF CSA 8 STRIP ON ADVERSITY COVER, 2008 CSA certificate, SCV $4,500. $1,600.

$ 1,600

19399

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red (4 close margins) tied by AUGUSTA / Ga. CDS on cover to R.D.B. Taylor Esq., Athens, Ga. with ms. “circular” at upper left. Signed (pencil) Stanley B. Ashbrook guarantee on verso. 1997 CSA certificate 03126. Circular uses are far scarcer than drop uses. SCV $1,500. $850.

Richard Deloney Bolling Taylor served in Company F of Georgia 3rd Battalion State Guard Cavalry. More information on linked page.

$ 850

19400

CSA 8a, 2¢ pale red first printing with large to huge margins all around and tied neat blue target; no town postmark, used on long NEWSPAPER WRAPPER to I. Jarrett, Huntsville, N.C. with a couple vertical file folds, math figures, known correspondence, Ex Keeling, SCV $1,500. $650.

Isaac Jarratt information on linked page.  LE

$ 650

19401

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red (3 margins to just touching at bottom) tied by lightly struck CAMDEN / S.C. // JUL / 4 CDS on small drop cover to Mrs. Ann C. Salmond, Camden, S.C. SCV $1,500. $650.

Ann C. Cook Salmond was married to Dr. E.A. Salmond. They were residents and founding families of Camden, S.C., and related to the prominent Cantey family.

$ 650

19989

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red tied on lightly cleaned drop cover with RICHMOND / VA. // NOV / 2 CDS, to J. Stanton Moore, Esqr, Richmond, Virginia. Pencil docketing on verso noting “Letter from J.C. Weaver to J.S. Moore.” With 2006 APS certificate “genuine in all respects,” not mentioning restoration. SCV $1,500. $650.

$ 650

20138

New 6-24-22

CSA 8, 2c brown red, second printing horizontal strip of five, large margins except left stamp that has two small nicks at top, tied by bold strikes of RICHMOND / Va. // OCT / 28 /1863 CDS on fresh cover to Miss S. W. Carmichael, Dixie P.O. Fluvanna County Va., 1991 CSA certificate. A Scarce Showpiece. SCV $4,500. $3,500.

$ 3,500

20258

New 8-5-22

CSA 8a, 2¢ pale red First Printing with a huge left margin, tied by beautifully struck RICHMOND / Va. // MAY / 27 (1864) CDS on Confederate States Treasury, First Auditor’s Office, Department Cotton Bond notice with printed date of February 9th, 1864, over the name of Bolling Baker, First Auditor; addressed to C.H. Sutton, Esq., Depository, Clarksville, Ga., fresh, Very Fine and SCARCE CIRCULAR USE, SCV as plain cover $1,500. A looker. $1,500. View inside of circular here

$ 1,500

20259

New 8-5-22

CSA 8, 2¢ brown red: pair and 3 singles; bottom stamp is a replacement for one that fell off; tied by COMPANY SHOPS / N.C. dateless CDS on cover to Archibald Henderson, Salisbury, N.C.; varying degrees of stamp and cover faults with marking drawn in on bottom stamp. Although a war-worn cover, it is a scarce use for the 10c rate with an uncommon town cancel worth thousands if sound. Company Shops was the name given to the community that developed around the repair shops built for the North Carolina Railroad. $900.

$ 900

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