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The Civil War
 Civil War Patriotic Covers


22300 - JEFF'S COMING OUT, JEFF DAVIS COMING OUT, Gilbert, Albany, NY imprint, blue imprint Davis Head when rotated turns into a Jackass head, Very fine, old mount trace on verso.................................................$22.00


22301 - HONOR TO THE GLORIOUS OLD BAY STATE
, Red imprint, seal of Massachusetts Bay, Lexington, April 19th, 1775 - Baltimore April 19th, 1861. [Loss of 4 Mass. soldiers at Baltimore], light stain on verso, otherwise very fine, scarce....................
SOLD


22302 - VANITY, TREACHERY, DEATH, SECESSION EMBLEMS
, Murphy, NY imprint, skull, snake, very fine........................................
$20.00


22303 - ONE AND INSEPARABLE
, Magee Philadelphia imprint, circle chain of original 13 colonies, stars for present loyal states, blue imprint, United we stand, divided we fall, very fine..........................................................
SOLD


22304 - COLUMBIA'S BRAVE SONS
, Magee of Philadelphia, red/blue imprint, Soldier, Columbia's head, fine........................................
$18.00


22305 - WHAT THE SOUTH SHALL SEE
, Hayes of Massachusetts, red/blue. Traitors hanging from gallows, coffins labeled Stephens, Davis, Beauregard, Miss Liberty. Very fine, trace of old mount on verso, scarce.............................................SOLD


22306 - MAJOR GENERAL PATTERSON
, Magee of Philadelphia, vignette of Major General Patterson. Very fine.......................
SOLD


22307 - GENERAL LYON OF MISSOURI
, New York envelope depot, blue imprint. A lion loyal so eager for the fray, no traitorous ass discovered by the bray, Lyon figure converts into a jackass. Light old mounting trace on verso. Very fine...........................
$22.00



22308 - E. E. ELLSWORTH LATE OF THE NY FIRE ZOUAVES
, his facsimile signature. Very fine.............................................
$20.00



22309 - DEATH OR AN HONORABLE LIFE
, 2nd BATALLION B. L. I. Red/blue Zouave with musket standing to left, uncommon, very fine.......................................
$22.00

22310 - A FLYING RUMOR FOR JEFF DAVIS' PRIVATE EAR, THE OPENING OF THE PORTS ON THE REBEL COAST, Upham Philadelphia, blue imprint, Navy ship firing cannons. Very fine...................................................SOLD


22311 - FIRING OF ARTILLERY
, Clarlton Philadelphia, red/blue, artillery firing, dead soldier in foreground, old mount traces on verso...........................................
$16.00


22312 - THE SPIRIT OF THE NORTH
, Brown & Ryan, NY, Zouave soldier advancing with flag, yellow paper. Very fine...........................................
SOLD



22313 - GOD, OUR COUNTRY AND LIBERTY
, Red/blue, Miss Liberty with flag, very attractive. Very fine..............................
SOLD


22314 - MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE MCCLELLAN
, Wells of NY, Bust of McClellan, Commander of the Army of the Potomac. Very fine...................................
$18.00



22315 - OUR COUNTRY NOW AND FOREVER
, Hoskins, red/blue, soldier standing by cannon. Very fine..........................................
SOLD


22316 - UNION JACK SENDING ONE OF JEFF DAVIS' PIRATES TO DAVY JONES LOCKER-SERVES EM RIGHT
, Navy gunner firing a cannon, Murphy of NY, fine.........................................
$20.00



22317 - REMEMBER ELLSWORTH
, Ellsworth shot coming down stairs, shooter being bayoneted. Unusual Ellsworth cover. Very fine.........................................
SOLD



8208 - UNION COLORED PATRIOTIC COVER
, State of Michigan, "Loyal to the Union", red/white/blue, Miss Liberty, by John Wells, NY. Choice condition................................................
SOLD


8209 - UNION PATRIOTIC COVER, ARMS OF LOUISIANA
, State Seal of Louisiana, Magee of Philadelphia. Choice condition..................
$18.00


8210 - UNION PATRIOTIC COVER
, "The result of playing with dangerous weapons - the sure result Traitors beware." Choice condition...........................................
$18.00


8211 - UNION PATRIOTIC COVER
, "One of South Carolina's noble sons who invested his cash in Confederate bonds - the result very red," by Murphy & Sons. Very fine.............
$17.00


8212 - UNION PATRIOTIC COVER
, Zouave solider charging with flag and knife by Brown and Ryan. Very fine, scarce cover..................
SOLD


60103 - ABE LINCOLN, HIS MARQUE, patriotic cover, red flag, boot kicking a figure of Jeff Davis in the rear. Very fine and colorful patriotic..................$24.00

60104 - SONS OF ERIN, GENERAL MICHAEL CORCORAN, patriotic cover, large figure of General Michael Corcoran, "Sons of Erin". Let the watchword by Corcoran! Rescued if living , avenged if dead. Scarce Irish Brigade cover............................$45.00

60107 - REMEMBER ELLSWORTH, patriotic cover. Colonel Ellsworth standing with his sword, flags and banners. Colorful...............................SOLD

60108 - USED PATRIOTIC COVER WITH STAMP, standing Liberty with shield and flags, 3 cent Franklin stamp pen-cancelled, addressed to Greene County, PA. Embellishment light with sold cover with good stamp, light stain...............................$45.00

60109 - JEFF USES VIRGINIA AS A CAT'S PAW, patriotic cover. Jeff Davis as a rat, colored 1st National CSA flag on floor. Very fine..............................$25.00

60110 - WHEN SHALL WE MEET AGAIN, patriotic cover. Davis, Stephens, and Beauregard with the Devil, dated 1861. Hayes of Mass., very fine.........................$25.00


60112 - JEFF'S UNBOUNDED AMBITION
, patriotic cover. Jeff being speared by Union Zouaves with bayonets. Yellow cover, very fine.........................
$25.00


60101 - NORTH-SAY FELLOW HOLD ON TO THIS OLD FLAG OR YOU ARE LOST, hand-tinted patriotic cover of a character of the North holding a United States flag down to a character of the South drowning with alligators. Nice early war issue in near mint condition..............................SOLD

60102 - THE CITY OF MOBILE IN THE DISTANCE, patriotic cover showing the City of Mobile in the distance, steamboat en route. Union patriotic poem describing the retaking of Union sites in the South as they avenge Fort Sumter. Mobile is obviously in the target next (Mobile fell in 1864). Near mint, quite a scarce cover...................................................SOLD

60105 - COLONEL ANDERSON AT FORT SUMTER, patriotic cover, Vignette of Anderson with a long poem dedicated to his bravery at Fort Sumter. Near mint.......................SOLD

60106 - FORT SUMTER, patriotic cover by Wells of NY. Colorful vignette of Miss Liberty over Fort Sumter, dated 1861, bright and attractive.............................SOLD

60111 - WHY WON'T YOU TAKE IT, patriotic cover, depiction of General Scott as a bulldog defying Davis (dressed as a dog with Confederate colors) to take Washington, dated June 8th, 1861. Beard of Cincinnati, very fine.................................SOLD


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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