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    Lot of Three Stagecoach Waybills OT, ca. 1860s-1890s. Lot consists of three Stagecoach way-bill's two from Montana, one from Oregon. First; "Way-Bill Extra, California and Oregon United States Mail Line. Oregon Stage Company". This two sided way-bill From Canyonville to Portland (Oregon) Feb. 10th 1867 has manuscript notations in period ink on the stops from Canyonville to Portland. Oakland, Eugene, Corvalis, Salem & Oregon, City. Measures approximately 15.5" x 9.5". The two Montana items; the first printed both sides, "Virginia City and Red Bluff Stage Company". With many notations in period ink of passengers between Virginia City and red Bluff, (Montana). Measures approximately 11" x 17.5". Second printed both sides; "Virginia City and Sappington Stageline", from Sappington to Pony, (Montana). Manuscript notations of passengers on Stage line. Measures approximately 11" x 17.5".

    Condition:
    Good-fine, some discoloration, water stains on Oregon item


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2008
    13th Friday
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