CSA STAMPS PART 2

CSA #4 -- CSA #5

New Stamps Added 22 AUG 2019

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CSA #4 CSA #5







-- CSA #4 --

CS0444

CSA #4 UNUSED Stone 2 Block of 4 with all 4 margins but just a little close at the upper left corner and an intense dark blue shade. Plated as Pos 1, 2, 11, 12. Much OG remains but is a bit toned with age as is expected. One light hinge mark also present. Very attractive block. Blocks of the lithographed stamps are difficult to find.
$700.00
CS0446

CSA #4 USED Stone 2 (two singles) tied to small piece and to each other by two strikes of the Richmond, Va CDS 9 JUL 1862. Margins a bit close in a few spots and very minor margin faults on the stamps. Very attractive piece.
$200.00
CS0499

CSA #4 USED Stone 2 Horz Pair with three good margins but the margin on the right cuts into the design. Excellent strike of the rarely seen RED Montgomery, Ala CDS 2 JAN 1863. Left stamp has a vertical crease which is reinforced from the back at the top with a tiny piece of archival tape. This also may be concealing a small repaired tear. Also has small thins. Still a neat and attractive appearing pair despite the faults with a scarce CDS.
$350.00
CS04/104

CSA #4 USED Stone 2 Horz Pair Light Milky Blue 4-Margin (just a little close at upper right) with a neat but usual weak strike of the Aiken SC CDS 14 AUG (1862). Stamps also cancelled with 2 strikes of a framed 7-bar Grid. Aiken SC was not known to have used a grid, and these grids are most consistent with the receiving grids used at Winnsboro NC. Very Fine.
$375.00
CS04/107

CSA #4 USED Stone 2 Horz Pair (margin just barely touches the design at the bottom of the left stamp) tied to small piece by the Pocotagligo SC CDS (date not apparent). Two small areas of gum toning on the right stamp which do not detract. Plated as Pos 17-18. Very nice pair.
$275.00
CS04/157

CSA #4a Stone 2 UNUSED Block of 4 (4-Margin and a very dark blue color Plated as Positions 3-4, 13-14). Part OG, few tiny thins, and with the usual light gum toning seen with the stone lithograph stamps. Still a Very Fine appearing block. $600.00
CS04/164

CSA #4 UNUSED Stone 2 Cross Gutter Block of 4 OG NH 4- Margin with the wide Vert Gutter and the narrow Horz Gutter and plated as Positions 50, 41, 10, 1. Excellent deep blue color. Expected gum toning from the full original gum which shows through just a bit at the upper left of no consequence. A rare and spectacular showpiece.
$2,000.00
CS04/200

CSA #4 Stone 3 Block of 4 UNUSED (4-Margin). The lower left stamp shows the very prominent Leaking “N” stone variety which positively identifies the stamp as Stone 3 Position 1. The block therefore shows the horizontal gutter as it straddles the upper and lower transfers and plates as Stone 3 Positions 41-42, 1-2. Part OG, Hinged, few creases seen from the back, and two small pinholes. Still a very scarce item and a Very Fine Appearance despite the faults.
$2,500.00
CS04/201

CSA #4 Stone 2 Block of 4 UNUSED (4-Margin with a Left Sheet Margin). The lower left stamp shows the prominent Spur on the Left Upper Scroll from Position 21. Block therefore plates as Stone 2 Positions 11-12, 21-22. Top two stamps hinged and much OG remains. But as is usual the remaining gum is very heavy and very unevenly applied with the usual toning and cracking but does not affect an overall Very Fine appearance.
$1,000.00
CS04/213

CSA #4 Vert Pair Stone 2 Plated as Positions 38, 48 USED (margins just in at the top center and at the left of the top stamp) tied to a small orange paper piece by the Washington, Ga CDS (date not fully apparent). Still a very attractive example of a used Stone 3 pair.
$300.00
CS04/235

CSA #4 Horz Pair Stone 2 Plated as Positions 44-45 USED (margin just in at the bottom) with the BLUE Petersburg, Va CDS 5 APR (1862).
$250.00
CS04/247

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 19 USED (margin a little close at upper right) with a neat strike of the Columbus, Ga CDS 8 JUL. $95.00
CS04/255

CSA #4 Horz Pair Stone 2 Positions 24-25 UNUSED (4-Margin) Full OG LH Very Fine. $600.00
CS04/259

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 21 UNUSED (4-Margin) No Gum. Spur on Upper Left Scroll Variety. Small filled thin but otherwise a Very Fine appearance. $200.00
CS04/274

CSA #4 Horz Strip of 5 Stone 2 Positions 24-28 UNUSED (4-Margin). The second stamp from the left (Position 25) is the “Gooseneck” variety. The strip is faulty with surface scrapes, thins, No Gum, and a long crease reinforced and sealed from the back. Still has quite a presentable appearance. $375.00
CS04/276

CSA #4 Stone 3 Position 31 UNUSED (4-Margin) No Gum Very Fine. $500.00
CS04/277

CSA #4 Stone 3 Position 32 UNUSED (4-Margin) No Gum Very Fine. $500.00
CS04/278

CSA #4 Stone 3 Position 41 UNUSED (4-Margin with small left and bottom sheet margins) No Gum Very Fine. $550.00
CS04/279

CSA #4 Stone 3 Position 42 UNUSED (4-Margin with small lower sheet margin) No Gum Very Fine. $550.00
CS04/285

CSA #4 Stone 2 (not plated) USED (margin in at left and top) tied to larger pink paper piece with two partial strikes of the Southern Express Co Knoxville, Tenn double ring CDS with a JUN date. Stamp has faults with a repair at the top center. Scarce Southern Express Cancel. Ex-Bush, Ex-Powell. $350.00
CS04/286

CSA #4a four singles arranged to look like a Horz Strip of 4 Stone 2 Positions 19, 30, 29, 28 USED (margins appear to be quite decent and two of the stamps overlap). The color is a uniform Dark Blue, so the stamps apparently all came from the same sheet. The stamps are tied together and to a small piece by two strikes of the Columbus, Mi(ss) CDS 9 JUL (1862). The far right stamp has pre-affixing creases along the left side which do not detract from the appearance. The other three stamps appear to be fault free. Very attractive multiple not commonly seen paying a double weight rate. Ex-Powell. $800.00
CS04/296

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 38 USED (margin touches at the top) with the black double ring Southern Express Co cancel (city not identified). Thinned. The 5c Blue Lithograph is very scarce with an express cancel. It is listed with an express cancel but not priced in Scott. $500.00
CS04/299

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 48 USED (tight and irregular margins) with the RED Stantonsburgh NC CDS manuscript date 15 APR (1862). This is a listed CSA post office in Edgecomb County but is unlisted in the new CSA catalog and not recorded on the list of red postmarks. $350.00
CS04/300

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 18 UNUSED (4-Margin with a large part of the adjacent stamp visible at the right) No Gum LH Very Fine. $150.00
CS04/301

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 27 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG NH. Gum with usual cracks and toning which do not show through to the front. Still Very Fine.   $225.00
CS04/302

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 28 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG NH. Gum with usual cracks and toning which do not show through to the front. Still Very Fine.   $225.00
CS04/303

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 37 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG NH. Gum with usual cracks and toning which do not show through to the front. Still Very Fine.   $225.00
CS04/304

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 38 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG NH. Gum with usual cracks and toning which do not show through to the front. Still Very Fine.   $225.00
CS04/305

CSA #4 Stone 2 (not plated) UNUSED overinked Dark Blue (4-Margin) No Gum. $125.00
CS04/307

CSA #4 Horz Pair Stone 2 Positions 37-38 USED (4-Margin) Small Pen Cancels and affixed to small piece. Minor edge toning. $150.00
CS04/308

CSA #4a Horz Pair Stone 2 Positions 18-19 Dark Blue USED (4-Margin) with Part OG and hinged with a top center hinge thin. The thin does not detract from an overall very fine appearance. $225.00
CS04/310

CSA #4 Stone 3 (not plated but with an almost proof-like impression) USED (4-Margin but close at the bottom) tied to small piece by a weak strike of the small double circle Athens, Ga CDS (date not apparent). $100.00
CS04/311

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 18 UNUSED (4-Margin) Part OG, Hinged, Very Fine. $150.00
CS04/315

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 40 (4-Margin and and a very dry printing) tied to small brown paper piece by a light strike of a town postmark not otherwise identified and date not apparent. Very Fine appearance. $100.00
CS04/317

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 25 Gooseneck Variety (4-2-v7) UNUSED (4-Margin), Full OG with a little gum toning on the back and LH. Very Fine. $300.00
CS04/320

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 21 (Spur on Upper Left Scroll) UNUSED (4-Margin with a Left Sheet Margin) No Gum. Small thin at the upper left which does not detract from a Very Fine appearance. $200.00
CS04/322

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 18 USED (margin just touches at the upper right) tied to small orange paper piece by the Jackson, Miss CDS 21 MAR (1862). $100.00
CS04/324

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 14 USED (4-Margin) with the Atlanta, Ga CDS 16 JUN 1862. Minor corner clip at the lower left in the margin only. $100.00
CS04/326

CSA #4a Stone 2 Horz Pair Dark Blue Positions 31-32 UNUSED (4-Margin) Full OG and NH. Usual amount of gum cracking and toning which do not detract. Very Fine. $550.00
CS04/327

CSA #4a Stone 2 Horz Block of 6 (2 rows of 3) Very Dark Blue Over Inked Positions 5-7, 15-17 UNUSED (4-Margin) Full OG and NH. Usual amount of gum cracking and toning which do not detract. Very Fine. $1,350.00
CS04/328

CSA #4 Stone 2 Block of 4 Positions 37-38, 47-48 UNUSED Excellent Color (4-Margin) OG unevenly distributed and somewhat toned on the back NH Very Fine. $850.00
CS04/330

CSA #4a Stone 2 Horz Pair Very Dark Blue Over Inked Positions 23-24 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG unevenly distributed NH. Horz crease seen only from the back and thinned at the top between the stamps. The small faults do not detract from the overall very fine appearance. $250.00
CS04/333

CSA #4 Stone 2 Horz Pair Positions 6-7 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG NH. Slight gum toning and a gum creases seen only on the back and very minor apparent thinning on the left stamp due to gum distribution. Very Fine. $300.00
CS04/334

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 46 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG, hinged at the top right, edge thin top left. Very Fine Appearance. $100.00
CS04/336

CSA #4 Stone 2 Narrow Gutter Block of 4 Positions 49-50, 9-10 UNUSED (4-Margin with a small Right Sheet Margin) OG with a small amount of gum toning and NH. This block shows the Horizontal Narrow Gutter with the stamps straddling the upper and lower transfer Panes of 50. Very Fine, $900.00
CS04/337

CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 41 USED (4-Margin and a dry printing) with the RED Crawfordville, Miss CDS with a MAR date. Very shallow thin specks but still Very Fine and a not commonly seen red postmark. $200.00
CS04/338

CSA #2 Stone 2 Horz Pair Positions 14-15 USED (4-Margin) with the New Braunfels, Tex CDS 10 SEP. Hinge thin which does not detract from an overall Very Fine appearance. $375.00
CS04/339

CSA #2 Stone 2 Block of 4 Positions 30, 21, 40, 31 with Wide Vertical Gutter between two transfer panes (right and left) UNUSED (4-Margin). The Position 21 stamp at the upper right is the "Spur on the Upper Left Scroll" variety (CC 4-2-v1). Dramatic misalignment of the two panes. Full Original Gum (toned and a little wrinkled as expected but does not affect the overall appearance) and appears NH. Very Nice Position Piece. $1,500.00
CS04/340

CSA #4 Stone 2 (dry printing not plated) USED (4-Margin but close at the left) tied to small piece by a full strike of the balloon Murfreesborough NC CDS 2 MAY (1862). $100.00
CS04/341

CSA #4a Dark Blue Stone 2 Position 13 USED (margin just touches at the left) tied to small piece by the large single rim Knoxville, Ten CDS with a MAY (1862) date. Very attractive stamp on piece. $125.00
CS04/342
4/4/2019
CSA #4 Stone 3 Position 11 USED (margin close at the bottom but with a small left sheet margin and a little light staining at the top) tied to small yellow paper piece by the small double circle Mobile, Ala CDS 13 MAY (1862). $200.00
CS04/343
8/10/2019
CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 21 UNUSED (margins close are upper left and at the right), No Gum, Tiny Thins. Spur on Upper Left Scroll listed variety (CC 4-2-v1).$125.00
CS04/344
8/13/2019
CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 15 USED (4-Margin) with a neat strike of the small double circle Charleston SC CDS 6 MAY 1862. Filled thin upper left.$50.00
CS04/345
8/13/2019
CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 44 UNUSED (4-Margin) OG LH. Very Fine.$175.00
CS04/346
8/22/2019
CSA #4 Stone 2 Position 34 UNUSED (4-Margin) Part OG, Hinged, Very Fine.$175.00




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CS0541

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin and a very nice color with just a little brownish tinge) with a very neat strike of the Warrington, Fla CDS with an AUG (1862) date. Usage is well after the fall of the Pensacola-Warrington area to the Union in MAY 1862 and represents usage from Pollard, Ala as the Warrington postmaster fled north to Pollard (just across the state line north of Pensacola) where he continued to service army mail using the Warrington, Fla postmark at least into NOV 1863. There are only a small handful of examples of the CSA #5 stamp either on or off cover showing a Florida postmark. This postmark is unusual in that the date slugs are upside down resulting in an inverted month and a large bar where one would expect to see the day and year. Unusual but not unknown as the slugs were sometimes inadvertently inverted when they were changed. The stamp itself has a few minor thins and minor creases which do not detract from an otherwise Very Fine appearance. Old prior owner's tiny handstamp on the reverse. Very scarce usage.
$1,000.00
CS0565

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin and decent color with just a little edge gum toning) tied to small piece with an excellent strike of the Warrington, Fla CDS 14 OCT (1862). Usage is well after the fall of the Pensacola-Warrington area to the Union in MAY 1862 and represents usage from Pollard, Ala as the Warrington postmaster fled north to Pollard (just across the state line north of Pensacola) where he continued to service army mail using the Warrington, Fla postmark at least into NOV 1863. There are only a small handful of examples of the CSA #5 stamp either on or off cover showing a Florida postmark. Very scarce usage. Very Fine. See CS-0541 above for another example with the Warrington, Fla postmark on the 10c Rose Stamp. $1,250.00
CS0565A
5/11/2019
CSA #5 USED (4-Margin but close on the right and decent color) with the Warrington, Fla CDS 28 AUG (1862). Usage is well after the fall of the Pensacola-Warrington area to the Union in MAY 1862 and represents usage from Pollard, Ala as the Warrington postmaster fled north to Pollard (just across the state line north of Pensacola) where he continued to service army mail using the Warrington, Fla postmark at least into NOV 1863. There are only a small handful of examples of the CSA #5 stamp either on or off cover showing a Florida postmark. Very scarce usage. Small thins top and bottom. See CS-0541 and CS-0565 above for two other examples with the Warrington, Fla postmark on the 10c Rose Stamp. Unlikely that three such stamps will ever be presented together again. $650.00
CS0568

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin with excellent color) withe the Little Rock, Ark small double circle CDS 21 MAY 1863. Very light vertical crease and slight edge gum toning at the lower left corner which doe not in anyway detract from an overall Very Fine appearance. This stamp showing Arkansas usage is scarce.
$750.00
CS0587B

CSA #5 UNUSED Horz Pair Plated as Positions 32-33. No Gum with a good rose coplor. Both stamps have thins. Copy of a 1983 PF certificate for a Block of 4 of which this is the bottom pair. $2,000.00 
CS0588

CSA #5 Plated as Position 7 USED (4-Margin and good color) with a socked-on-the-nose Target Cancel and the matching Little Rock, Ark small double circle CDS (two strikes) (date not apparent). The 10c Rose Lithograph used in Arkansas is a great rarity unpriced in Scott or Dietz Very Fine. $1,250.00
CS05/104

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin but close on the right with Good Color) tied to small blue paper piece by a full strike of the BLUE Greensborough NC CDS 20 FEB. Stamp has pre-affixing faults with a light crease at the top left, and perhaps a small hole between the “EE” of the postmark at top left that does not go through the piece, and a little gum toning at the upper left corner. None of the faults detract from an overall very fine appearance with the full blue postmark. $400.00
CS05/106

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin) with the small double circle Augusta, Ga CDS 12 APR. Small hinge thin. $250.00
CS05/117

CSA #5 Horz Pair Positions 1-2 USED  (4-Margin but close in spots) tied to small piece by the Richmond, Va Powell Type 3b (broken “N” of “JUN”) 9 JUN 1862. Very nice pair with good color. Signed “OK Dietz” on the back. $1,000.00
CS05/118

CSA #5 USED (margin touches on the right) tied to small orange paper piece by the BLUE Petersburg, Va CDS 10 JUL (1862). $250.00
CS05/121

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin with excellent color) with the Salisbury NC CDS (date not apparent). The stamp is also canceled by three strikes of a DUE 3 handstamp which is a Union mark. The DUE 3 cancels indicate that the stamp could only have been used on a through-the-lines cover. Extremely unusual postal use for the 10c Rose Lithograph. Tear sealed from the back at lower left and a small edge nick at lower right. $400.00
CS05/123

CSA #5 Position 11 (large uncolored circular flaw attached to the right of the upper left star which is a listed variety in Scott but not listed in the CSA catalog) USED (4-Margin and a somewhat Pale Rose color) with a Grid cancel. The stamp has been rebacked possibly to cover thins or other faults which are not detectable with the rebacking. Very Fine appearance. $300.00
CS05/124

CSA #5 (scratched stone variety clearly seen at upper right 5-v5) USED (4-Margin with good color) with the Atlanta, Ga CDS with an AUG (1862) date. Two very light horizontal creases seen from the back. The top and bottom edges appear to have been professionally reinforced fromthe back. Nothing shows through to the front and nothing detracts from an otherwise Very Fine appearance. $500.00
CS05/127

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin with good color) with the Fredericksburg, Tex CDS 10 APR. Small hinge thin which does not detract from an overall Very Fine appearance. $550.00
CS05/128

CSA #5 USED (margin a little tight on the left) with a face free strike of the the Southern Express Co. double circle postmark. This stamp with a express cancel is extremely scarce. The CSA #5 stamp with an express cancel is Scott listed but not priced. Small thinned brown spot to the left of the portrait which appears to be a natural paper inclusion. Insignificant edge thin at upper left. Very attractive stamp with a very elusive express postmark. PF Certificate 1978. $1,000.00
CS05/130
8/10/2019
CSA #5 USED (4-Margin with very decent color) affixed to small piece cut flush with the stamp and with a neat strike of the Cahaba, Ala CDS 17 SEP (most likely 1862). Very Fine Appearance.$250.00
CS05/131
8/13/2019
CSA #5 USED (margin touches outer frame at top with good color) with the White Sulphur Springs, (West) Va CDS date not apparent. Large central thin. This stamp used in West Virginia is not commonly seen.$200.00
CS05/132
8/13/2019
CSA #5 USED (margin just in at the bottom with good color) with the BLUE Petersburg, Va CDS 15 JUL (1862). $225.00
CBCS12

CSA #5 USED (4-Margin and a very nice standard rose color) canceled by a full strike of a 7-Bar Enclosed Grid. Stamp with minor tiny thins but still an Extremely Fine appearance.
$400.00

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