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POSTAL HISTORY > Miscellaneous Envelopes, Stamps, Etc.

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Mem9568

President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Commemorative Envelope

Honoring the 125th Anniversary of his immortal address at Gettysburg

7 3/8 x 4, commemorative envelope, with vignette of President Lincoln at left, and imprint at center, Commemorating the 125th Anniversary, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 1863 November 19 1988, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Postmarked, Gettysburg, Pa., 17325, Nov. 19, 1988. There are 2 U.S. postage stamps at the upper right with one of them being the 3 cents commemorative stamp issued to honor the Gettysburg Address, and the second one depicting an American flag with a star...  

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Home Made Cover Carried by the Mississippi Steamboat Brilliant

Addressed to an historic Antebellum woman cotton plantation owner in Louisiana!

This is a circa 1840's home made envelope that was constructed by using an 8 x 10 thick, blank sheet of writing paper that was folded into an envelope. Bold and neatly addressed in ink to Mrs. Rachel O'Connor, St. Francisville, La. Written at the bottom left corner is "Brilliant" which is the name of the steamboat that carried this envelope, and whatever contents it may have once contained, quite possibly a letter from her half brother David, her...  

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Used Yankee Patriotic Cover With One Cent U.S. Postage Stamp

Full color illustration of an American flag, and a firing cannon, with the slogan, "The first man that attempts to haul down the American Flag, shoot him on the spot." These famous words were spoken by Union General John A. Dix in 1861, which became know as Dix's American Flag Dispatch. The envelope is addressed in ink to Dean or Deacon Bachman, Pulteney (SIC) Steuben Co., (SIC), N.Y., with C.D.S. and a partial imprint, Gene[va], Sept. [?], and a One Cent blue, U.S. Ben Franklin postage stamp. (A24) that is tied on to the cover by the postmark....  

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Surrender at Appomattox First Day Cover & Stamp

Used, 6 1/2 x 3 5/8 envelope, with metal like plate affixed at the left edge with oval vignette of President Abraham Lincoln, and fully equipped and armed Union and Confederate soldiers standing below him. Printed above and below the Lincoln portrait is, Surrender At Appomattox, April 5th, 1865. (Error issue as the manufacturer of the plate got the date wrong!) Includes an original 1965 U.S. postage stamp, with silhouette of a standing soldier with stacked muskets at his side. Imprint on the stamp, Civil War Centennial, Appomattox, with a quote from...  

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Homemade Envelope Sent to Greenville, South Carolina

With Two Cents President Andrew Jackson postage stamp

Very fine example of a homemade Southern cover that was made by folding a 6 1/4 x 5, thick brown color piece of paper into thirds to form an envelope. With 2 cents red brown U.S. postage stamp with a profile bust illustration of General and President Andrew Jackson. Scott #146, without grill. Black cancellation. Addressed in ink to N.E. James, Care Edward F. Stocks, Greenville, S.C. Circa 1870. These stamps were printed by the National Bank Note Co. Light wear, and aging. Very...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9512: 1863-1864 Turned Cover, Rhode Island & Vermont

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1863-1864 Turned Cover, Rhode Island & Vermont

Civil War dated envelope that was mailed two different times

This is an original Civil War dated cover that was postally used on two different occasions. The envelope was first used to send a letter to Mrs. Mary C. Johnson, Providence, Rhode Island, P.O. Box 735. It has a C.D.S., New York, Jul. 18, 1863, with cancelled 3 cents rose George Washington postage stamp. The envelope was completely turned inside out in order to use it a second time, thus comes the term "turned cover." It was then used to send a letter to Miss Olive K....  

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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Commemorative Cover

Unused, commemorative postal envelope issued at Gettysburg to celebrate the 119th Anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Illustration at left of a seated President Lincoln writing at a table. He is putting the finishing touches on his now immortal Gettysburg Address. This scene took place at the historic David Wills House located on the square in Gettysburg. David Wills was a prominent Gettysburg attorney who was the person most responsible for inviting President Lincoln to Gettysburg to give a few appropriate words at the dedication of the...  

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1948 Gettysburg Envelope, 85th Anniversary of Gettysburg Address

First Day Of Issue of Gettysburg Address U.S. postage stamp

6 1/2 x 3 5/8, cachet envelope with an illustration of President Abraham Lincoln at the lower left, with the imprint, "85th Anniversary Of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address," above. C.D.S., Gettysburg, Pa., Nov. 19, 1948, with a 3 cents blue, U.S. postage stamp, (A425) with vignette of President Abraham Lincoln, and a quotation from the Gettysburg Address. Stamped in black, First Day Of Issue. Addressed in pencil to Jane Donley, E. Broadway, Gettysburg, Pa. Very fine.  

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The Battle of Gettysburg

8 x 4 1/2 card, with full color illustration of Union and Confederate soldiers in battle. "The U.S. Military Historic Stamp Collection" is printed at the bottom. There is a 5 cents, Civil War Centennial, U.S. postage stamp mounted at the upper right commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863-1963. Descriptive text on the reverse. Very nice Gettysburg collectible.  

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Devil's Den, Gettysburg Battlefield

Matched pair, imprinted letter sheet and envelope

Antique, imprinted, unused matched pair, that includes a piece of 4 5/8 x 6 5/8, stationary, with an illustration of one of the most strategic positions on the Gettysburg battlefield, "Devil's Den," with printed title below it. The envelope which measures 5 1/8 x 3 1/4, has the exact same illustration as that of the letter sheet. Complete with back flap. Both items are aged toned and in excellent condition. Any memorabilia related to Devil's Den is always very desirable!

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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 1948 First Day Cover

6 1/2 x 3 1/2, envelope. First Day Of Issue, Commemorating Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, with a full color portrait of President Lincoln, within a frame design with red ribbon, and a shield below with a quote from his famous speech, "...that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." Facsimile signature, A. Lincoln, below the quote. There is a blue, 3 cents, President Abraham Lincoln, U.S. postage stamp, with a portrait of Lincoln, and a quote from his address, affixed at upper right, and it is...  

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Soldiers' Monument, Gettysburg National Cemetery

Matched pair, imprinted letter sheet and envelope

Marks the spot near where President Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address!


Antique, imprinted, unused matched pair, that includes a piece of 5 x 6 1/2, stationary, with illustration of the Soldiers' Monument, National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pa., with printed title below. The envelope which measures 5 1/8 x 3 1/4, has the exact same illustration as that of the letter sheet. Complete with back flap. Both items are evenly aged and in excellent condition. Very desirable Gettysburg...  

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