I couldn't agree more. I think I've seen more Boyd's stamps (labels) than any others. Hussey's comes in a close second. From what I've seen in Scott's the value of this item is minimal. I find the content fascinating as the subject of the letter, Robert Morris, had somewhat of a history. After his death, his son Thomas managed his affairs. Thomas died in 1849 in New York. Henry W. Morris is the son of Thomas Morris. Unfortunately the letter is unsigned and undated so I'm guessing when I say this letter is from father to son. Whoever wrote it seemed to know the recipient wouldn't have to guess. http://historicindentures.com/categ...bert-morris/
Found this online regarding letter content.