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7 Lots Found under category Missouri Postal History Covers.
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Lot IdLot NamePreviewDescriptionPriceStatus
7317Turned Cover Originally NY-St Louis Turned Reused Blue St. Louis To Alton ILL Missouri Postal History Covers -

Turned Cover Originally Red New York CDS 1840 to St Louis Mississippi (Should Be Missouri Spelling) Cover Turned Reused Scarce Blue St. Louis to Alton ILL 1841

7313St. Louis Mo 1834 1st Definitive Postmark Of The State Hood Period Missouri Postal History Covers -

St. Louis Mo 1834 1st Definitive Postmark Of The State Hood Period  Very Fine Complete to Kentucky.

7312St Louis (T) Removed Shortly Before Statehood & Reappearing T Missouri Postal History Covers -

Two covers top with T removed 1822 unpaid 25 to Philadelphia.  Bottom cover the T began to reappear from cancel wear.  Unpaid 6 cent rate to Lower Alton, ILL; 1833, 30 miles or less

Two covers one money.

7310RED St. Louis Mo (T Removed) After Statehood 1821 Missouri Postal History Covers -

Perfect strike in Red with T removed aber statehood, scarce in red.  FREE to Paymaster General U.S. Army, Washington DC.  Contents.

7309St Louis Mo "T" Black 1819 To Richmond, Va. Unpaid "25" Missouri Postal History Covers -

Circular postmark with final "T" Territroy.  Very Fine Territorial Cover.

7308St Louis Mo "T" Red 1820 To Concord, NH. FREE Missouri Postal History Covers -

A.T. Crane, 3rd postmaster of St. Louis began the use of the circular handstamp.  Letter sent FREE, addressed to Postmaster.

7307St. Louis 1819 Straight Line Cancel Stampless Cover

Missouri Postal History Covers -

1st regular cancel used in St. Louis.  VF strike to St. Genevieve, Mo. 1819 unpaid 10 cents.  Contents re debt paid, signed.


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