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Original Adams Express Western Division stationery cover sent to Lakeville, Ohio, with 3c Washington banknote stamp and manuscript cancel. A bit worn, wrinkled, trimmed open at left, as per scans.
US$69
Original Adams Express engraved mail receipt from 1850, used in Waterton, Connecticut. Folded, slightly worn, as per scans.
US$69
Original USA postal stationery wrapper used from San Francisco with forwarding agent Macondray and Co handstamp, sent to London, England. A bit worn, wrinkled, as per scans.
US$129
Original folded cover datelined internally from Valparaiso, Chile from San Francisco with forwarding agent Gildemeester de Fremery and Company handstamp. A bit worn, wrinkled, as per scans. Marked internally Rec'd October 3, 1851. Good condition for a long-distance California Gold Rush cover.
US$199
Original USA cover used from Sierra Ventana, Los Angeles City RPO with Spreckels Bros Com'l Co. forwarding agent handstamp. A bit worn, wrinkled, as per scans. Sent to London England.
US$199
Original cover used with Adams Express Sacramento cancel to San Francisco. A little worn, as per scans, but very good condition from the California Gold Rush.
US$199
Original USA Nesbitt postal stationery cover used with Adams Express San Jose cancel. A bit rough, sealed tear at top, repair to back-flap reverse.
US$199
Original USA Nesbitt postal stationery cover used with Adams Express Sacramento cancel to San Francisco. A bit rough, folded, marginal chipping, as per scans. Still, decent condition from the California Gold Rush.
US$199
Rare original cover from Barlow, Sanderson and Co, C&0 Coast Overland Mail Company, W.S. Stone Superintendent, Principal Office Yreka, Cal. Roughly opened at right, but a rare California Express cover. Franked with 3pf Washington Banknote issue, tied by canceled '5's, and with a Yreka, Cal CDS. Mailed to Judge Wade, Jacksonville, Oregon.
US$1999
Large fold-out brochure for the Pacific Steampship Co's passenger/freight lines. Particularly the California-Alaska route. This shipping line operated during the time period of the Alaskan and Canadian gold rushes at the end 19th and first part of the 20th centuries. In fact along with the pictures of the ships, the are advertisements/pictures of the visited areas, including a mine in Nome, Pioneer Square in Seattle, an excursion to Taku Glacier, the port og Skagway, and from the south a picture of the Old Mission Inn in Riverside California. A very interesting and historic map and document of the times.
US$99