1887 American Bank Note Company. 1c Ultramarine (1887), single, tied by black Buffalo, N. Double-oval on immaculate Tonawanda Driving Park and Fair Ground Association corner card advertising cover, in grey, to Mannsville, N. Y (Jefferson County), the design depicts a horse racing scene with a pair horses & drivers before a packed grandstand, paying the unsealed circular rate, with Mannsville, Jun 7 arrival backstamp, Very Fine, gorgeous condition.A desirable horse racing advertising cover. 2010 Philatelic Foundation certificate #483833. Note The Tonawanda Driving Park was one of the better know tracks for trotters and pacers in the period from the late 1880s until the early part of the 20. Eric County in this period was known as the blue-grass Mecca of the North. There were 14 public and private trotting tracks, which was believed to be the highest concentration in the country Wallaces Monthly An Illustrated Magazine Devoted to Domesticated Animal Nature, Vol. If you have questions regarding this cover, please contact Christopher Rupp. Rupp Brothers was established in 1975 - this is our 43rd year in business. Rupp Brothers will pay the FULL market price for your philatelic holdings. The item "Horse Racing ad cover Tonawanda Driving Park, Buffalo-NY, VF Scott #212" is in sale since Wednesday, June 7, 2017.
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