CSA #6-7 5c Blue Richmond Printing, a good to fine pair used Quincy Florida to Athens Georgia 20 February 1863, over top of a 3c US star die (obsolete) embossed envelope. made with love by. Superb/Fine Used : No faults.
This is a rare Confederate Cover. There are 10 stars. There are hundreds of designs known, and from many states they are not dramatically scarce. The small number of Arkansas Patriotic covers makes them expensive and prized.
This CSA Sc #12 makes BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION. It is CLEAN, has RICH COLOR and EXCELLENT MARGINS. The DESIGN DETAILS are CLEAR. You Are Purchasing: (1) CSA Sc #12 per the above pictures. The ORIGINAL GUM is SUPERB across the back of the stamp.
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Inventory: 116617. Imprisoned in Ft. Warren Boston 1865-1866. He retired to Georgia and wrote "Constitutional View of the War Between the States" in 1866-1867 Letter to him from Mass. friend dated March 24, 1867 probably annotated on back in Stephen's hand with Cambridge, Massachusetts shield cancel.
On the reverse, noted Confederate dealer Bill Bogg wrote "Ex Dietz Coll, WGB" to denote that this item was in the collection of August Dietz when the Dietz collection was sold. I will work to make you happy.