Cut to shape (as is always the case with Alexandria provisionals), stamp cancelled but not tied by straight line “Paid,” matching second strike at left,
Vertical pair, positions 4 and 6 of the setting of 12, full frame lines at top, left and right plus the frame line showing along
Two nearly four margined pairs (from the same block of four) with six strikes of the red “B & Co. PAID” company handstamps (one tying
Single with ornamental border surrounding text around a central design affixed, but not cancelled, on folded letter sheet used c.September 10, 1849, addressed to “Mrs.
Four-margin uncancelled single on turned cover addressed to Liberty Texas, sometime after the arrival at Liberty the cover was turned inside out and addressed to
Single with fresh and clear impression of the wood cut design tied by “Grove Hill Ala Oct 26” town marking at the upper left of
Handstamp cancels 10c Green on white paste-up entire (Scott U17) with printed “Paid. Central Overland Pony Express Company” frank and dark blue “Saint Joseph Mo
Extremely Fine strike ties 1861 1c Blue (Scott 63) on locally used Red and Blue Civil War patriotic cover depicting an Eagle flying with a US