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Cover Type: USA domestic with stamp(s)
Entered by: dwsnow
Added on:Aug 13, 14
Edited on:Aug 14, 14
Postmark: Dec 30, 1912
Origin: Mount Bullion, Mariposa County, California, UNITED STATES
Destination: New York, New York, UNITED STATES

"Mount Bullion Cal. Dec. 30 A.M. 1912" duplex postmark with four bars on 2c carmine postal entire Hartford issue (#U385) to New York City.

This is a scarce size envelope; USPS Knife 84.

Mount Bullion in Mariposa County, CA is a discontinued post office that was in operation from 1862 to 1955.

The town was first named La Mineta (for little mine). Then it was called Princeton for the Princeton Mine nearby. Finally, the name Mount Bullion was applied in honor of Senator Thomas Hart Benton, whose nickname was "Old Bullion" due to his fiscal policies.
For more information see:,_Mariposa_County,_California

Owner's ID: 912
Certificate? No
For Sale? No
Stampless? No
Stamps:Stamp images are from reference catalog. Click image to view at larger resolution.