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Five Confederate Stamped Envelopes

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Five Confederate Stamped Envelopes
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Five different stamps and combinations. All addressed to Isaac Cowl of Dahlonega. Cowl was a mining man and owned a one fourth interest in lot of land number seven hundred and nine fifth district first section of Lumpkin County. 1) Ten cent green die stamp tied with an Atlanta postmark. Top of stamp has a tear. 2) Ten cent blue die stamp tied with an Atlanta postmark. May 31st. These two stamps appear to be A4; 12E and 11. 3) Pair of light blue five cent stamps tied with a Columbus postmark. August 25th. Stamps are a pair. A4? Not grainy. 4) Two individual five cent light blue stamps tied with what seems to be a Macon double ring postmark. A4? Very grainy. 5) Dark A1 blue five cent stamp (possible Scott 4) tied with a Columbus postmark. Seems to have been roughly torn on left. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: c1862 Location: Dahlonega, Georgia HWAC# 57068