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Show Schedule 2015

Sacramento Gold Rush Paper Show June 26-28 2015

La Quinta Inn HWY 50 & Sunrise Exit 18
11131 Folsom Blvd, Rancho Cordova CA
See Our Show Of Stamp,Post Card & Ephemera Dealers
Special Room Rate Week of Show
Friday June 26 1:00 pm-6:00 pm
Saturday June 27 10:15 am-6:00 pm
Sunday June 28 10:15 am-3:00 pm

APS AmeriStamp Expo February 13-15 2015

Riverside Convention Center
3637 Fifth Street, Riverside California
Mark Baker Buying Stamp Collections Covers & Post Cards
Friday&Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday Show Hour 10am-4pm

Our newest featured items

Click for larger image Folsom City California Central Rail Road to T D Judah Rare Cancel Cover Folsom City, Cal. Oct 19 (Sacramento County). California 1858-60 era town postmark (Williams SAC-930) tying 1857, 10 cent green, on cover reduced at left edge, to Greenfield, Mass. , clear red Cal. C.R.R. / Engr. Depmt. between wavy lines hand stamp at upper right. The Finest Example i have seen for this cancel. Cover from Theodore Judah to his wife canceled by the CCRR engineering department. Judah was in Folsom in 1859-1860. After working on a number of railroads in the Northeast, Judah was hired as the Chief Engineer for the Sacramento Valley Railroad in California. It was the first railroad built west of the Mississippi River. Throughout the 1850s, Judah was known as Crazy Judah for his idea to build a railroad through and over the Sierra Nevada mountains, a project which many people at the time considered impossible. As the chief engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad, Judah surveyed the route over the Sierra Nevada along which the railroad was to be built during the 1860s Known as The Transcontinental Railroad which was completed in 1869.
id #3106
$2250
Click for larger image 1855 Miners Life Illustrated Lettersheet The Honest Miners Songs Two Page Letter May 5th 1855 Letterhome - good content letter home to mother - I dont drink or Gamble, Times are hard here wages are Three Dollars per day, so id rather work for myself.. I am mining on Green Horn Creek about two miles from Yreka, I shall stay here till i make my pile at least try hard, This is wone of the best creek for mining in the upper country.Mentions going from one place to another, I had stop at Downieville. Letter Signed Frank Lewis
Note to sister, I send you this song, so you can sing it to me when I go Home.

id #2889
$2500
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