Connecticut Covers


Broad Brook Ct. (1853) legal note




Cover #1688
Price: $25.00

 

 


 


BRIDGEPORT Ct. (1848) blue; 5;
friendly letter



Cover #1796
Price: $15.00

Furnace Village Ct. (1830) buying,
selling land and stock



Cover #1690
Price: $90.00

Avon Ct. (1836) brother to brother




Cover #1691
Price: $20.00

Gales Ferry Ct. (1841) sister to brother




Cover #1692
Price: $25.00

COLLINSVILLE CONN (1839) black;
town name in Axe; business not



Cover #1797
Price: $250.00

BRIDGEPORT Ct. (1846) red;
PAID; 5; bank wishes a note to be secured



Cover #1694
Price: $20.00 SOLD

BRISTOL Ct. (1850) blue; V(dc);
excellent strikes; Man fell from railroad
bridge and broke 1 thigh. Town selectman
wishes the state to pay his expenses since
he is a 'state pauper'.

Cover #1695
Price: $35.00

HARTFORD * (1813) black; no outer
rim; short note



Cover #1696
Price: $35.00

NEW LONDON Conn. (1846) excellent
strike in orange; Aunt to niece



Cover #1697
Price: $30.00

Bethlem Ct. (1835) changed to Bethlehem
around 1846; friendly letter



Cover #1798
Price: $60.00

THOMPSONVILLE Ct. (1848) red;
short business note



Cover #1699
Price: $20.00

TOLLAND CONN (1846) red
'Baker's Cap'; Travels to visit relatives



Cover #1700
Price: $180.00

WINCHESTER Ct. (1844) red; collection
of debt



Cover #1701
Price: $25.00

FARMINGTON. CT. MAY.21, (1831)
black straightline; bill for student's tuition
and expenses at Amherst


Cover #583
Price: $140.00 SOLD

Windsor Ct. (1840) black straightline;
cousin to cousin, sale of mother's property



Cover #1799
Price: $200.00

Quarryville Ct. (1848) orders 2 copies of
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary



Cover #1580
Price: $35.00 SOLD

WINCHESTER Ct. (1836) red; FREE;
Postmaster Free Frank; business letter



Cover #954
Price: $20.00 SOLD

LAKEVILLE CT. (1850) blue; father to
son.



Cover #1386
Price: $30.00 SOLD

Canterbury Ct. (1844) 3 page letter
between lady friends, full of news



Cover #1545
Price: $30.00 SOLD

Windsor Ct. (1846) niece to uncle




Cover #1546
Price: $30.00 SOLD

WARE-HOUSE POINT CON (1845)
red dotted double oval; ordering books



Cover #1634
Price: $45.00 SOLD

East Granby Ct. (1844) Adj. General of
the Connecticut Militia denies a petition of
persons of Irish descent to form a company
of light infantry. Explains reasons for his
decision.

Cover #1635
Price: $60.00 SOLD