An important date cover postmarked Secession Day in South Carolina, making it a First Day of the Confederacy cover (of one of the several ways to define that). 20th 1860" manuscript cancel on an immaculate cover addressed to "P. Saluda Post Office, Middlesex County, Virginia" with docketing by the addressee as to the sender: "J. This is an original postal envelope.The letter is not present. You are purchasing the postal envelope only. I do not have the original. It was separated from the "cover" long ago. ONE of the reasons it is collectible is because of the fact that the local postmaster applied postal markings considered appropriate for the letter's journey--namely: The originating town name and a rate.
In addition to being collectible because the addressee or the town from which it was sent, it is a collectable item of "postal history". Because of the rates, markings usage, the addressee or something that might appeal to the collector. Sometimes I will require this to protect us both. This item is in the category "Stamps\United States\Covers\Postal History".
The seller is "ivymontcpa" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.