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    Confederate-era Postal Cover from Walterborough, South Carolina. 108XU2, 10¢ Walterborough S.C. Postmaster Provisional entire; ornate red "PAID 10" at upper right with matching August 29 town marking at upper left on brown cover addressed to Pleasant Valley Alabama and redirected to Jackson Miss., manuscript initials to right of control mark, cover without part of backflap and small piece out of top edge of cover; The Hart survey in the Crown book lists only three examples of this entire and this is not one of them, even though notations on reverse of the cover say this was in the May 1933 Bartels sale; mailed 2 days earlier than the latest recorded entire in Hart survey, Extremely Scarce; Scott Catalogue value $4,250

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    September, 2016
    17th Saturday
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