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    Three Confederate "Wallpaper" Philatelic Covers. Paper was in tight supply in the South during the Civil War and wallpaper was used in the manufacture of writing paper, envelopes, and newspapers. Here are three very desirable covers made from various patterned sheets of wallpaper. 1). Cover with handwritten ink "Jackson?, Mississippi, March 4, 1865" cancellation tying two 5¢ Jefferson Davis stamps (#S6). 2). Cover with "X" pen cancellation of a 10¢ Jefferson Davis (#S11), undated. 3). Cover with round "Canton/ Nov/ 13/ Ms" stamped cancellation tying a 10¢ Jefferson Davis (#S11), no year. All are approximately 5" x 3" in size and in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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