LTEST LOTS AVAILAABLE- #4-GREAT PRICES FOR GREAT MATERIAL!

LTEST LOTS AVAILAABLE- #4-GREAT PRICES FOR GREAT MATERIAL!

Post by Sue » Tue, 01 Apr 1997 04:00:00



HERE ARE SOME ADDITIONAL NEW LOTS NOT PREVIOUSLY LISTED!-- listing     #4

#4ea      DECLARATION of INDEPENDENCE Cpl on large size postcard stock
          The front of the card shows a reproduction of the Famous
          Painting, The card has three fold marks as to where it was
          origainlly folded in thirds. This is a magnificient card and
          almost impossible to locate-only 1 available      $ 7.00

#4ef      1914 US Memorial Envelope with letter enclosed. Not only does
the
          envelope hjave the blaack stripes around the face of the entire
          cover, but the letter which is enclosed also has the black    

          stripes round the entire border. Cancelled on 10/12/1914
          in Manilus, NJ. Return address is on rear from Plainfield, NJ
          A Fantastic find                                   $9.00

#4eg      GREETINGS FROM ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS. This is a large size picture
          postcard, Cancelled on March 8, 1930, it is a First Flight
          card to Villa Park, Il. A very unusual card with thr C11 stamp
          cancelled in Rockford. In excellent Condition with a slight
bend
          in the lower left corner. Hs the FF Official cancellation  
$13.00

#4eh      An unusued share of stock of the Greenwich & Johnsonville, NY
          Railroad Company. It is in immaculate condition for a stock
that
          is at least 100 years old.                           $14.00

#4ei      Released by the Hartford Insurance Group back in 1965 for the
          100th Anniversary of the Civil War. This beautiful folder,
approx.
          8 x10 " in size has both the pictures of Lincoln on the left
          size and Robert E. Lee on the right side in Brown tintype. Plus
          a 2 page Hrtford Fire Insurance Co. Reproduction dated 1861
when
          Lincoln was President and the second page dated 1859, 10/17
when
          Buchanan was President. This is a folder that must be seen to
be
          appreciated! We have two copies of this folder and they are
          both in Pristine  Condition                Each       $7.50

#4ej      A long cardboard sheet approx, 10-11" in length by about 6-7"
in
          height. The reverse of the card is an advertising for the WEED
          Sewing Machine Company, but the face mke it worth while. It is
          the KEY TO THE REPRESENTTION OF THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL.
Dated
          June 17th 1775. All the men are listed aand pictures of each,
with
          a key number next to the man is shown. It is in great condition
          with just a small tear at the top which doesn't cut into the
          picture at all.  Fantastic Find                      $10.00

This is only the first portion of these new listings. New mterial coming
every day. Keep watching. Shipping is extra. Send all orders and inquires