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United States: Stamps: Confederate  
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Confederate States of America. The stamps of CSA are fun to collect and a challenge to find. Please keep in mind that these stamps were printed and used, and later stored, under difficult and crude conditions. Quality standards are not the same for CSA stamps as they are for most other stamps. Due to climatic conditions the effects of aging are typically seen. All items are guaranteed to be as described and may be viewed on approval. Payment plans are available.
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6, April 1862 Five Cents Jefferson Davis, Light Blue. Three-margin example neatly tied on reverse of a "visiting card" envelope as both postage and a letter seal. Year date not visible; appears to be canceled ROM(E), Georgia, and mailed to Atlanta. Quite an attractive cover, unusual on a small envelope, and in unusually nice quality.
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125.00

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11 Intense Deep Blue, 1864 Keatinge and Ball Printing, Die A, 10 Cents Jefferson Davis. Typical blurred / filled background of the Keatinge and Ball printings. Used VF with four huge margins on attractive cover to Clarkesville, Virginia. The cover has typical wear and a stain will away from the stamp. The stamp bears what I have been told is a "W. Army Camp grid" cancellation, however the cancel does not appear to tie the stamp to the cover. However, viewing from inside the cover, it is very clear that the stamp has been on the cover for an extremely long time. I believe that the stamp does belong on the cover and guarantee it as such, however cost of expertizing to be borne by the purchaser.
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12 (Grayish) Blue, 1863 Archer and Daly Printing, Die B, 10 Cents Jefferson Davis. Filled-in lower corners typical of #12 (Die B) and with virtually no remnants of the additional outer frame line. Used VF, with three huge and one close margins. Neat and light cancellation, but which does cut the paper slightly. Clear and sharp printing. A remarkable color which I have not seen before and does not seem to be listed in the catalogs. Very attractive with unusual appearance!
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Confederate Facsimiles: Group of 12 "mint". Sometimes described as reprints, these are facsimiles made for collectors (I believe that these date from the 1950s), but they are still quite collectible. All have back printing "Facsimile / No. xxx", however this group contains at least five different types / colors of backprinting. The top row has been backprinted ONCE with numbers 202 and 205 in dark gray, 207 in black, 211 in blue gray, and 212 in light gray. The middle row has been backprinted ONCE IN WHITE (I may have previously accidentally offered such items as not having backprints) with numbers 200, 209, and 213. The third row has been backprinted TWICE: 201 and 204 in dark gray and white; 203 and 208 in light gray and white. The white backprinting is extremely hard to see. All are on varying grades of coarse yellowish paper except 213 which is on good quality bright white paper. I do not know for sure, but I suspect that the various backprinting versions of these exist for other numbers as well -- it would make for an interesting study.
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Scott #11/12 facsimile "mint". Sometimes described as reprints, these are facsimiles made for collectors (I believe that these date from the 1950s), but they are still quite collectible. Back printing "Facsimile / No. xxx" with 211 in blue gray. On coarse yellowish paper. I do not know for sure, but I suspect that the various backprinting versions of these exist; compare to what you have.
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