to "Edward Quinn C.S. Steamer Florida Bermuda", rated "4" and bearing 1863 4d. cancelled "A05", marked "not called for" (possibly written by the Postmaster-General. James H. Thies) and showing an albino impression of the circular "ADVERTISED" applied at Nassau, the reverse showing Bahamas double-arc d.s. and manuscript "Origin C.S.S. Chicora". Photo" /> cover 1864 (3 Aug.) blue envelope from Bahamas per<I> "Druid"</I> to<I> "Edward Quinn C.S. Steamer Florida Bermuda"</I>, rated "4" and bearing 1863 4d. cancelled "A05", marked<I> "not called for"</I> (possibly written by the Postmaster-General. James H. Thies) and showing an albino impression of the circular "ADVERTISED" applied at Nassau, the reverse showing Bahamas double-arc d.s. and manuscript<I> "Origin C.S.S. Chicora"</I>. Photo | Christie's