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Robbinston, Maine

(June 5, 1811 to June 12, 1860)

Robbinston was formerly known as Schoodick.

(June 13, 1860 to present)

See also:

     Robbinston Exchange Office, US Rates of 1816

     Robbinston Exchange Office, US Rates of 1825

     Robbinston Exchange Office, US Rates of 1845

     Robbinston Treaty Exchange Office Markings


    

Campobello, New Brunswick, February 4, 1812 dateline, enters the mails at Robbinston, Maine, February 26, 1812.  Marked forwarded 20 cents due for a distance of 300 to 500 miles to Rehoboth, Massachusetts. 

Robbinston, Maine(open June 5, 1811 to June 12, 1860), May 2, 1822, stampless townmark with "ME" over month and day, rated 18½¢ due for distance of 150 to 400 miles to Lancaster, New Hampshire.

Robbinston, Maine (open June 5, 1811 to June 12, 1860), August 10, no year date by circa 1852-1857, 3¢ dull red 1851 pays the 3¢ rate for distances under 3,000 miles to Harmony, Minnesota Territory.

Robbinston, Maine (open June 13, 1860 to present), March 19 no year date but circa 1862-1868, 3¢ rose pays the 3¢ rate to Andover, Massachusetts.

Robbinston, Maine (open June 13, 1860 to present), September 2 no year date but circa 1869, 3¢ ultramarine 1869 pays the domestic letter rate to Houlton Maine. 

Robbinston, Maine (open June 13, 1860 to present), July 31, 1913 picture post card of Pulpit Rock, Robbinston, Maine, to Bridgton, Maine.

Robbinston, Maine (open June 13, 1860 to present), May 19, 1938, National Airmail Week Event cover.

 

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