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CANADA COVERS continued...

CANADA 1911 ADMIRAL ISSUE COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
201 image1925 SPECIAL DELIVERY DROP LETTER, #E2 on 2¢ stationery envelope pays the 1¢ drop letter rate + 20¢ special delivery fee + 1¢ war tax, on cover from MONTREAL on OCT14'1925, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
202 image1926 HOUSEHOLDER ½¢ RATE, colorful Admiral $1.25 franking on postal form 7P-100,000-17-5-24 from KITCHENER-ONT on OCT23'1926 pays for delivery of 250 circulars to all households on the KITCHENER mail carrier walk No.3, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
203 image1915 REGISTERED “AR” RECEIPT, postal form 39B-100,000-19-1-14 acknowledging of receipt for a registered letter from NEW-WESTMINSTER-BC on SEP30'1915 and sent to MURRAYVILLE-BC, signed by the recipient on OCT2'1915, exempt from war tax and Admiral #111 pays the 5¢ fee, scarce and VF ($75 US) (Image) C$100+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
204 image1918 REGISTERED SUBSEQUENT “AR” RECEIPT, postal form 39B-100,000-27-9-17 from HOLLYBURN-BC on DEC3'1918 acknowledging receipt for a registered letter previously sent from HOLLYBURN on MAR18'1918 and addressed to VANCOUVER, subsequently signed by the recipient on JAN29'1919, exempt from war tax but the 5¢ fee paid by Admiral war tax #MR2,MR4, subsequent “AR” postal service was time consuming and the rate was increased to 10¢ on AUG1'1921 and to 20¢ on OCT1'1921, this is a rare early example and VF ($100 US) (Image) C$150+

AVAILABLE
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
205 image1918 REGISTERED to FRANCE, Admiral #108,111 pays the 2¢ France preferred 1-ounce letter rate + 5¢ registration fee + 1¢ war tax (same rate as for the British Empire), on cover from TORONTO on OCT23'1918 and addressed to a Canadian soldier in France, multiple directional markings including 4 labels and 18 transit h/s, eventually reached the addressee at GODALMING-ENGLAND on FEB7'1919, fabulous redirected cover with normal travel wear to be expected from 105 days in transit, F-VF ($100 US) (Image) C$150+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
206 image1918 REGISTERED to ENGLAND & RETURNED, Admiral #108,111 pays the 2¢ British Empire 1-ounce letter rate + 5¢ registration fee + 1¢ war tax, on cover from MINDEN-ONT on SEP25'1918 and addressed to LONDON with no street address, an INSUFFICIENTLY ADDRESSED London boxed h/s applied and returned to sender via the OTTAWA BRANCH DLO noting a purple double oval b/s on NOV9'1918, F-VF ($75 US) (Image) C$100+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
207 image1916 CANADA to FRANCE, Admiral #106,MR3 pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on mourning cover from CHOISY-QUE on SEP7'1916 and addressed to LARGENTIERE-FRANCE with receiver b/s SEP22'1916, exempt from war tax and the war tax stamp pays for 3¢ postage, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$75.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
208 image1919 CANADA OVERPAID to FRANCE, Admiral #108(×2) pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate and erroneously pays the 1¢ war tax (France was exempt from war tax), on cover from MONTREAL on JUL10'1919 and addressed to GRENOBLE with receiver b/s JUL27'1919, some edge wear from the trip, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
209 image1926 CANADA POSTCARD to ITALY & FRANCE, single franking Admiral #110 pays the 4¢ UPU postcard rate from QUEBEC-CITY on JUL3'1926 and addressed to General Gordime (sp?) at NAPLES-AM, redirected c/o General Hortem (sp?) in PARIS, a few wrinkles and closed tear at bottom, ex-Steinhart and F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
210 image1926 CANADA to FRANCE, Admiral #107(×4) pays the 8¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from VANCOUVER on NOV20'1926 and addressed to PARIS, an unusual red boxed Q-TR transit b/s, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
211 image1926 CANADA to FRANCE & FORWARDED, single franking Admiral #115 pays the 8¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover dated OCT22'1926 and addressed to the Paris Bank of Montreal forwarding agent, redirected to a local Paris address, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
212 image1923 CANADA to FRANCE, single franking Admiral #117 pays the 10¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from LONDON-ONT on JUN3'1923 and addressed to PARIS, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$60.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
213 image1927 CANADA to BADEN-GERMANY, Admiral single franking #110 pays the 4¢ UPU postcard rate from WINNIPEG on AUG27'1927 and addressed to FREIBURG, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
214 image1913 CANADA to GERMANY, Admiral #111 pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from TORONTO on MAR3'1913 and addressed to WURZBURG-BAVARIA, backflap removed, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
215 image1920 CANADA to HOLLAND, Admiral #108 pays the 2¢ UPU postcard rate + overpays the 1¢ war tax (Holland was exempt from war tax), mailed at VICTORIA-BC on MAY20'1920 and addressed to THE-HAGUE-HOLLAND with C488 carrier transit h/s, F-VF ($35 US) (Image) C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
216 image1920 CANADA to HOLLAND & FORWARDED, Admiral #106 pays the 2¢ UPU postcard rate on CPR Banff Springs Hotel real photo card, mailed at the BANFF train station on AUG3'1920 and addressed to UTRECHT with receiver h/s SEP3'1920, redirected to NOORDWYLE-ZEE, VF ($35 US) (Image) C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
217 image1917 CANADA to DENMARK, Admiral #MR4(×2) pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate + overpays the 1¢ war tax (Denmark was exempt from war tax), on cover from LINWOOD-ONT on JAN29'1917 and addressed to AARHUS with receiver b/s MAR1'1917, F-VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$65.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
218 image1919 CANADA to SWITZERLAND, Admiral #111 pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from WARDENVILLE-SASK on DEC8'1919 (a year after the post office was reported closed), addressed to PULLY-SWITZ with a WILLOW-JUNCTION-SASK transit b/s on DEC 10th, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
219 image1929 CANADA to SWITZERLAND, Admiral #115 pays the 8¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from KINGSTON-ONT on JUL8'1929 and addressed to the League of Nations Library in GENEVA, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM
220 image1916 CANADA to SWEDEN, Admiral #106,MR3 pays the 5¢ UPU 1-ounce letter rate on cover from MONTREAL on JUN22'1916 and addressed to STOCKHOLM, VF ($50 US) (Image) C$75+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-19, 06:00 PM

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