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19th Century Express, Auxiliary, Unusual Markings


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Express Covers

Browns Express, rare. View

Gregorys Express, incoming markings. View

Gregorys Express, booklet, gem. View

Hunters Express, missing stamp. View

Sullivans, San Francisco. View


Pioche, NV, Wells Fargo. View

Virginia City, N.T., Wells Fargo, missent. View

Wells Fargo, interesting usages: Austin, NT; S.O.N.strike on U27, View

Wells Fargo, Mexico, nice markings, View

Eastern express, Boston’s Faneuil hall cc., View



Auxiliary Markings


#26, Haviland Hollow, NY (Put. 1836-80) intended for Portchester, NY, MISSENT applied at Rochester, NY(Jun '61). Interesting usage originating from scarce DPO; #11, Due 5 applied: Albany, NY View


#26 covers w/auxiliaries: Urbana, O to Lawrenceburg, Ind. Attempting to beat demonitization; Chicago Advertised – Gem, View


Boxed ADV1, applied at New Orleans on U10; #26, Advertised, Misdirected (very scarce) applied at NYC on cover from Ypsilanti, MI View


#65 Louisville, KY – Advertised, View


#65 Greencastle PA to Chambersburg - Advertised, View 


#65, Philadelphia, boxed Advertised & Not Found, View


#289 on U350, Registered to Germany, forwarded to Switz, Triple DLO, View



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