, "Pr Eliza Barss" to Columbus Wis., bearing 1d. wing-margin pair sharing a superb strike and with largely fine P5 c.d.s. alongside, additionally franked with 3c. pink (defective) cancelled by part "NEW YORK SHIP LETTER" c.d.s. with a further fine strike alongside partially overcancelled by "Due 3" h.s. The earliest known cover with adhesive stamps cancelled at a Receiving Office, and the only known outgoing ship letter sent under the order of 23 October 1865. Photo" /> cover 1865 (Nov.) yellow envelope, complete with letters of 2nd. and 5th. November headed<I> "Southampton"</I>,<I> "Pr Eliza Barss"</I> to Columbus Wis., bearing 1d. wing-margin pair sharing a superb strike and with largely fine P5 c.d.s. alongside, additionally franked with 3c. pink (defective) cancelled by part "NEW YORK SHIP LETTER" c.d.s. with a further fine strike alongside partially overcancelled by<I> "Due 3"</I> h.s. The earliest known cover with adhesive stamps cancelled at a Receiving Office, and the only known outgoing ship letter sent under the order of 23 October 1865. Photo | Christie's