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Machias, Maine

(October 1, 1794 to June 30, 1880)
(July 1, 1880 to present)

 

 

Machias, District of Maine (Massachusetts) (open October 1, 1794 to June 30, 1880), March 8, 1813, paid 51¢ for triple the 17¢ rate for distance of 150 to 300 miles to Hallowell, Maine.

 

Machias, District of Maine (Massachusetts) (open October 1, 1794 to June 30, 1880), October 21, 1817, manuscript townmark, rated 12½¢ due for distance of 80 to 150 miles to Castine, Maine.

Machias, Maine (open October 1, 1794 to June 30, 1880), February 19, 1850, 10¢ black 1847 pays the 10¢ rate for distance over 300 miles to Lexington, Massachusetts.  Only recorded 10¢ 1847 issue cover from Machias.

Machias, Maine (October 1, 1794 to June 30, 1880), April 17 no year date, but circa 1852-1857, 3¢ dull red 1851 pays the 3¢ rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Vermont.  "PAID 3" rate marking cancel. 

Machias, Maine (open July 1, 1880 to present), Jul 15, no year date, circa 1883-87, Western Union Telegram envelope addressed to Whitneyville, Maine. 

Machias, Maine (open July 1, 1880 to present), January 8, 1895 drop letter addressed to Machias, Maine.

Machias, Maine (open July 1, 1880 to present), March 20, 1895 letter addressed to Bangor, Maine.

Machias, Maine, October 1, 1934, 3¢ deep violet 1932 pays the domestic letter rate to Boston Massachusetts, illustrated cover promoting U.S. Route 1 as "The Short Route Across Maine."

Machias, Maine, May 19, 1938, 6¢ dark blue and carmine 1934 air mail stamp pays the air mail rate to Madison, Wisconsin, National Air Mail Week cachet.


Machias, Maine, May 19, 1938, 6¢ dark blue and carmine 1934 air mail stamp pays the air mail rate to Auburn, Maine.  Millbridge, Maine, National Air Mail Week cachet, and marked "Special Flight From Machias, Maine May 19, 1938."


Boston, Massachusetts, October 22, circa 1857 - 1860, 3¢ dull red 1857 type II pays the domestic rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Machias, Maine.  Letter was advertised and rated 1¢ due.

Augusta, Maine, May 6, 1864, State of Maine Adjutant General's Office illustrated cover, 3¢ rose 1861 pays the letter rate to Machias, then forwarded to Eastport, Maine, Machias Me. May 9 transit marking and rated 3¢ due with manuscript "for[warded] 3."  

 

Machias, Maine, May 30, 1889, bill of lading for shipment of 120 board feet of long lumber by the Schooner Para from Machias to Boston.

 


 

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