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|From City:||St Louis|
|Addressee:||Charnley & Whelen|
|No. of Stamps:||1.0|
Lot 71 St. Louis, Mo., 1846, 10¢ black on gray lilac (11X5), type II, position 4, large margins to just in at upper right, fresh paper and color, well tied by red "St. Louis Mo. Mar. 13" c.d.s. on 1846 Charnley & Whelen folded letter to Philadelphia, and without the usual pen cancel, matching "Paid" handstamp and large manuscript "10" both at far right; stamp with negligible small corner crease at upper right, Fine usage. ¨Scott $5,500
Matthew Bennett International sale 267 (Faiman)
St. Louis, Mo., 10c Black on Gray Lilac (11X5). Three Large margins, partly in at R. Nicely tied by Red pmk., matching "Paid" on neat "Charnley & Whelan" cover to Philadelphia. Fine & Handsome; without the customary pen mark
Robert A Siegel Auction Galleries Inc. sale 448 (1974 Rarities) lot 16 realized 1,550
H R Harmer sale 503 Dec 13, 1848 (Charnley & Whelen original catalog) lot 30 realized 400
Number 76 in the Faiman / Bennett census.
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