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    a. There should be a couple boxes of text in the midst of these signature lots stating: Please note that there are several great lots from this Confederate philatelic collection in the internet session as well.

    Two Confederate-era Charleston, SC Postal Covers. 16X1 - 5¢ blue on white, 1861 Charleston SC Postmaster Provisional; two covers; 1) single large margins except into at top with a portion of the top frame line drawn in with ball point pen ink, tied by Charleston SC Oct 4 1861 town marking on cover addressed to Flat Rock, No. Ca., cover missing portion of backflap and with small edge faults; 2) single with margins clear to into at left, small corner crease and pre-usage vertical tear or crease, tied by double circle Charleston SC town marking on cover addressed to Sumter S.C., cover with small edge faults and minor tape stains; Scott Catalogue value for the two covers $4,000.00

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    September, 2016
    17th Saturday
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