USED CONFEDERATE COVER WITH STAMP AND POSTMARK

$95.00

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Item Code: 998-360

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Envelope is made out to “MISS MARY I. BLACKFORD, BOX 6, LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA.”

Upper left corner has a CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 10 cent stamp with bust of Jeff Davis at center. Post mark around the stamp reads “..KET” and is believed to have said “NEW MARKET.”

The envelope has light surface dirt throughout. Edges have browned and the flap is torn from having been opened.

On March 16, 1865 Mary Isabella Blackford married James Churchill Cooke who served throughout the war with the 4th Virginia Cavalry. All five of her brothers fought for the Confederacy and survived the war.     [ad]

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