Stage Coach Money

 

C.S.A 1864

003 210 300x172 Stage Coach Money

1864 Quartermaster’s Department, C.S.A.
Good for One Seat  From Albany, Ga. to Quincy, Fla.

J.R. Powell

January 15th, 1862

“Receivable for Stage Fare on all Lines in Georgia, Floirda, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.”  Notes are signed by Powell and Taylor.  William Taylor was Powell’s junior partner for a few months.

003 37 300x168 Stage Coach Money

1862 Stage Coach Variety
25 Cent Note

003 47 300x168 Stage Coach Money

January 15, 1862 Train variety  Variety
50 Cent Note


Montgomery Insurance Company

April 7th, 1862

“Receivable for Stage Fare on all Lines in Georgia, Floirda, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas; and for Postage on most of them.”  Notes are signed by J.R. Powell only and vary in colors of overprints, secondary vignettes in lower right, and positions of pointing fingers before or after the receivable legend.

004 29 300x160 Stage Coach Money

1862 $1 Stage Coach Money  train vignette

004 37 300x165 Stage Coach Money

1862 $1 Stage Coach Note, stage coach vignette

004 45 300x139 Stage Coach Money

May 8, 1862 Rare large Train Variety with small stage coach
$1 Note

005 29 300x163 Stage Coach Money

1862 Stage Coach $2 Note  Steamship

005 35 300x158 Stage Coach Money

1862 Stage Coach $3 Note

005 45 300x159 Stage Coach Money

1862 Stage Coach $4 Note small train vignette

Hart's Daily Line ( The Okeehumkee and The Astatula )

006 37 300x183 Stage Coach Money

006 212 208x300 Stage Coach Money

Schedule and Time ad of Hart’s Daily Line

005 214 300x208 Stage Coach Money

The Okeehumkee which was one of two of Hart’s Steam Boats

004 215 234x300 Stage Coach Money

The Okeehumkee Steamboat actual photo from Feb 20, 1893
(1 of Hart’s 2 Steamboats)

001 318 300x156 Stage Coach Money

1894 Passage Ticket from Palatka to Silver Springs, Florida aboard Hart’s Line

001 414 300x151 Stage Coach Money

189_ Passage Ticket from Palatka to Silver Springs, Florida aboard Hart’s Line

001 219 237x300 Stage Coach Money

The Astatula Steamboat actual photo from Feb 20, 189_
(2 of Hart’s 2 Steamboats)

002 313 300x130 Stage Coach Money

Unissued Passage Ticket from Silver Springs to Palatka aboard Hart’s Line (Ocklawaha Navigation Company)

002 219 300x205 Stage Coach Money

1863-1864 Employee Income Tax Statement for W.S. Hart under “An Act to Lay Taxes for the Common Defense and Carry on the Government of the Confederate States”

Florida Stage Line

003 215 300x225 Stage Coach Money

Florida Stage Line Way Bill From Starke to Newmansville, Florida.

Railroad Tickets

002 217 300x224 Stage Coach Money

Tavares Orlando & Atlantic R.R. (Hart’s Line)
Passage from Silver Springs to Palatka

002 314 169x300 Stage Coach Money

003 312 157x300 Stage Coach Money Feb. 14, 1895 Jacksonville, Tampa, and Key West Railway “1000 Miles Ticket”
Miles 945-1000 Unused

 


 

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