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    Omaha, NE- Postal Note Type V 1¢ June 30, 1894 Five Examples with Return Letter and Cover.
    This lot kicks off with five Postal Notes. This quintet is one serial number away from being consecutive. All of the notes grade Choice About Uncirculated, with a little handling in each upper right corner. This lot also contains the return letter from Postmaster T.S. Clarkson of Omaha. He writes, "D(ea)r Sir: Inclosed (sic) I send your Postal notes as requested. Yours T.S. Clarkson (signed)." The envelope used by Postmaster Clarkson to send the Postal Notes is also in this lot. The letter has splits along the folds, varying up to approximately two inches in length, and the envelope is torn along the entire right edge. The count for this lot is composed of five notes, a letter, and an envelope. (Total: 7 items)

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    January, 2016
    6th-12th Wednesday-Tuesday
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