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Mem8163

Confederate Cover From Captain, 1st Georgia Regulars

Soldiers (Due) 10 with the Augusta, Ga. C.D.S. Dietz Type B all in violet, 2 APR. (1864). The envelope has been boldly endorsed by a Confederate Georgia officer at the top left, "R.H. Atkinson, Capt. 1st Ga. Regulars." Very nicely addressed to "Mrs. E.A. Atkinson, Macon, Georgia." Coarse paper cover which is probably homemade. Very fine war period Confederate Georgia cover.

Robert Holt Atkinson was commissioned second lieutenant in Company G, 1st Georgia Regulars, on February 1, 1861. He was promoted to first lieutenant in...  

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Corner Block of Four Confederate 10 Cents Postage Stamps

1863 Confederate postage stamps. Scott #11. Corner block of four 10 cents, Confederate States of America, postage stamps with bust of President Jefferson Davis. Printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Va. Large portion of the blank sheet is visible to the left of the stamps. Light corner and edge wear but in unused condition.
 

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1863 Confederate Cover Addressed to Colonel E.P. Alexander

Chief of Artillery, of General James Longstreet's 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia

It was Alexander's guns that bombarded the Union lines on Cemetery Ridge in preparation for the immortal Pickett's Charge, at Gettysburg, on July 3, 1863!

From Captain Pichegru Woolfolk, Ashland Virginia Light Artillery, who was severely wounded during the battle of Gettysburg and captured at Bowling Green, Kentucky!


War date Confederate envelope with pair of 5 cents Jeff Davis (Scott #7) postage stamps, with ink cancellation. Addressed by...  

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Confederate Cover From Captain of 1st South Carolina Volunteers

Signed and addressed by a Confederate captain who was wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., and Fort Harrison, Va.

Confederate war period used postal envelope. The cover has been signed and addressed by Captain Winsmith as follows. Written at the upper left corner is, "From Capt. Winsmith, Co. H, 1st S.C.V." He has addressed it to his father, "Dr. J. Winsmith, Glenn Springs P.O., South Carolina." The cover has a C.D.S. from Winchester, Va., Oct. 18, and it has been stamped in black at the upper right, "Due 10." Light...  

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1861 Confederate Cover From The Elite Georgia Hussars

War Between the States envelope addressed to Mrs. D.S. Stocking, Charleston, S.C., with C.D.S., Richmond, Va., Oct. 17, 1861, and hand stamped Due 5. Endorsed at the upper left, Priv. Jno. D. Munnerlyn, Georgia Hussars, Capt. J.F. Waring. Scarce and very desirable war date cover from the elite "Georgia Hussars."


The Georgia Hussars. Organized 13 February 1736. This troop of Mounted Rangers was raised by General Oglethorpe to patrol and protect the Colony of Georgia from the Spaniards and Indians. It fought at Bloody Marsh in 1742 and...  

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1863 Confederate Postage Stamp- Jefferson Davis

Scott #11. 10 cents, Confederate States of America, with bust of President Jefferson Davis. Printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Va. Unused condition.  

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Stamped Confederate Cover Postmarked at Charlotte, N.C.

Confederate envelope with partial Charlotte, N.C. postmark and Scott #11, 10 cents, Confederate States of America postage stamp, with bust of President Jefferson Davis. Addressed to Mr. W. Robinson, Goldsboro, North Carolina. The handwritten ink address has faded but it is all readable. Age toning. Fine, war period, postally used, stamped Confederate envelope.  

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1863 Confederate Postage Stamp- Jefferson Davis

Scott #11. 10 cents, Confederate States of America, with bust of President Jefferson Davis. Printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Va. Unused condition.  

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War Date Cover Endorsed & Addressed by Confederate Capt. Eugene Blackford, 5th Alabama Infantry

One of the famous Blackford brothers of Virginia!

Commander of the 5th Alabama Sharpshooters


Confederate war date envelope endorsed and addressed in the hand of "Capt. Eugene Blackford, 5th Ala. Regt." sent to his father, "Wm. M. Blackford, Esq., Lynchburg, Va." The cover has a partial 1861 Tudor Hall, Va. postmark, and hand stamped Due 5. Light staining and wear. The envelope bears the authentication docket on the reverse of one of the country's leading Confederate...  

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Block of 3 Five Cents Confederate Postage Stamps

Scott #7. Block of 3, five cents Confederate postage stamps, blue, with "Confederate States" printed at the top of the stamps, and "Five Cents" printed at the bottom, and features a bust view of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Va. Circa 1862. Unused condition.  

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Cover Addressed to Confederate Lieutenant Colonel

Turned cover using the blank side of a bond

[P]aid 3 cents, Fayetteville, N.C., Sept. 22, 1865. Lt. Col. C.W. Broadfoot, Care of Rev[eren]d T.G. Haughton, Salisbury, N.C., Direct Via Raleigh. This homemade cover was implemented by using a printed bond and reversing it and folding it to create an envelope. Edge wear and small tears.

The recipient of this envelope, Charles W. Broadfoot, was an 18 year old student when he enlisted as a private on July 15, 1861, and was mustered into Company H, 1st North Carolina Infantry. He was...  

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Confederate Patriotic Cover, South Carolina, We Are Seven

Confederate patriotic cover with vignette of the South Carolina flag with palmetto tree and moon and slogan below, "We Are Seven." Light wear. "Necessity" cover which looks like it was made out of a piece of stationary. Very fine.  

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