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CANADA continued...

Transatlantic Mail To and From Great Britain continued...
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
951 image1865 (Jan 9) Entire from Toronto to Scotland franked 1859 1c pair, 5c and 10c each with square grid cancels, paying the 17c rate by British Packet via the USA. Carried on the Cunard Line "Australasian" from New York, backstamped at Glasgow (Jan. 23). A fine and attractive franking, with R. Gratton Certificate (2012). Photo on Page 134. (Image1)

Est. £300-350

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
British Columbia & Vancouver Island
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
952 1859-63 Covers from G.B to Victoria prepaid 1/2½ in cash, the first from Plympton sent on the "City of Washington" to New York then by American steamer via Panama to San Francisco with a fine red "SAN FRANCISCO / Paid" c.d.s; the second cover from Croydon sent on the "Asia to New York then overland by rail. An unusual pair, the first with a few minor edge faults. (2).

Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
953 c.1868 Front and 1893-98 covers to G.B or France, the front bearing U.S 24c cancelled at San Francisco, a Vancouver Island 5c (faults) applied over this and tied by oval "PAID" with Nanaimo handstamp alongside; covers including 1893 cover franked five 1c stamps with "C.P. RY. M.C / BRIT COL" transit c.d.s (opening faults) and 1897 cover to France franked 15c, some faults, severe on the front. (5).

Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
954 1869-70 Covers to Victoria, the first a long cover from London sent at the 4oz quadruple rate with an 1867 2/- blue vertical pair; the second from Ardgay to the Hudson Bay Co store franked 1/-, a few minor edge faults, the first very unusual. (2).

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
955 1873-89 Covers from G.B to Victoria including 1873 cover from Devonport franked 3d, 1878-82 covers from London franked 2½d, 1889 cover from Glasgow to S.S "Islander" franked 6d (double rate, overpaid 1d, faults), 1881 covers from Jedburgh with ½d + 1d pair + 2½d paying the 5d double rate, 1885 cover from Edinburgh with 1883-84 issue 1½d lilac + 6d green paying the 7½d treble rate. (6).

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
New Brunswick
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
956 Argentina - British P.O. 1868 (Dec 22) Stampless cover with red "BUENOS AYRES / PAID" c.d.s, prepaid 1/5 to Smithtown, via London, with red London Paid transit c.d.s (Feb 2) and "3d" accountancy mark, backstamped at St. John and W.O Smithtown (March 6, manuscript date). A few edge faults and tear at lower left edge, a very unusual destination from Argentina sent via G.B.

Est. £160-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
957 1840-58 Stampless entire letters (4) and a cover to G.B including 1840 letter from a former soldier in Frederickton to the War Office asking for an increase in his daily pension of 5d, with Halifax transit c.d.s, sent on the maiden return voyage of "Acadia"; 1841 letter from Cape Breton Island with circular "ANTIGONISH / N.S"; 1851 letter prepaid 1/- from St. John; 1858 cover with circular framed "6d" and experimental Liverpool "pins" triple arc arrival datestamp, etc. Also an 1894 2c postcard from a crew member of the Barque "Amaranth". (6).

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
958 1840-57 Stampless entire letters from G.B comprising 1840 letter prepaid 1/- with Halifax transit c.d.s; 1842 (Jan 31) letter prepaid 1/2, sent on the "Caledonia" which suffered severe storm damage and had to return to Liverpool, the mail resent on the "Acadia"; 1843 unpaid letter to Miramichi missent to Frederickton; 1853 unpaid single and double rate letters with "10d" or scarce "1/8" accountancy marks of Liverpool showing the amount due to G.B (Tabeart M66, 71); and 1857 unpaid letter with "5d" accountancy mark (M59). A good lot, all sent by Cunard steamers. (6).

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
959 1845-56 Entire letter and an entire franked by 1d reds, the 1845 letter prepaid 1/2 in cash from London to Frederickton with an imperf 1d red presumably paying a late fee; the 1856 entire franked 1d from Liverpool to St. Andrews N.B therefore sent to Scotland with arrival backstamp, opened by the Deputy Shipping Master and redirected to New Brunswick with St. John arrival backstamp, charged 7½Cy, Liverpool "5d" accountancy mark (M59). Two unusual covers. (2).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
960 1855-96 Entires or covers (7) and part entires (2) from G.B, franked 1/6, 1/4, 6d (3), 3d (2) or 2½d (2), including 1854 entire with embossed 6d (cut square, just touched at base) tied by Liverpool spoon, 1859 cover from Jersey franked 6d, etc. (9).

Est. £220-260

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
961 image1858 (Jan 11) Cover from St. John to London bearing imperf 3d (2, 3/4 margins, one with small corner fault) and a bisected 3d paying the 7½d rate, each tied by an oval of bars, endorsed "By Steamer via Halifax", St. John and London Paid (Jan 26) datestamps. A fine bisect cover, carried on the Cunard "Niagara", with B.P.A Certificate (1977). S.G. 2/2a, £3,000+. Photo on Inside Back Cover. (Image1)

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Est. £1,000-1,200

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
962 image1863 (July 6) Entire letter from Richibuch to England "via Halifax", bearing two 1860 12½c stamps tied by central oval of bars, handstamped red "New Brunswick Paid", backstamped at Sackville, Shediac, W.O Kingston Kent and upon arrival at Leeds. A fine cover, carried on the Cunard "Canada", with V. Graves Green Certificate (1990). Photo on Page 134. (Image1)

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Newfoundland
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
963 1852-71 Covers to England comprising 1852 cover prepaid 1/- with red St. Johns Paid c.d.s and Liverpool Pkt. Letter Paid datestamp; 1870-71 covers from Twillingate or Greenspond each bearing 1865 or 1870 12c; and 1876 cover from Fogo franked 1870 6c. Also an 1862 cover from Glasgow to St. Johns bearing 1862 4d pair, apparently carried on to Boston on the "Niagara" in error and returned to Halifax with "4" interport charge crossed out. A good group, various Cunard, Inman or Allan Line sailings. (5).

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Est. £300-400

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
964 image1880-1952 Covers and cards (30) and fronts (3) including 1880 cover bearing 1876 rouletted 5c, 1886 cover with 1880 5c pale blue, 1889 2c postcard and cover franked 2c both with red "LIVERPOOL / SHIP" c.d.s, 1894 registered cover bearing 1887 1c + 2c and 1894 12c, Newfoundland Stamp Co cover sent at the printed matter rate to France bearing 1887 1c, etc. A few faults, an interesting group on pages. (33). Photo on Page 134. (Image1)

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Est. £300-350

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
North West Territories
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
965 1891 Mourning envelope from Woodbridge, franked 1d + 1½d to Moosomin, N.W.T, backstamped at Winnipeg and Moosomin, an early use of this datestamp.

Est. £80-100

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Nova Scotia
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
966 1815-55 Prestamp and stampless entire letters and covers from G.B, including covers with 10d accountancy marks (Tabeart M66, amount due to British P.O) and "1/3" (Cy) charge marks (3); covers with "5d" accountancy marks (M59) in black (2, one with red "1d", the other with "7½d" charge mark) or in red (with "7½d" charge mark), etc. Also two 1853-56 stampless covers from Boston to Nova Scotia with Boston 10c datestamps and "6" (Cy) charges, one with oval "UNITED / STATES", the other strangely with a Halifax Paid datestamp, all carried by Cunard steamers. (12).

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
967 1840-81 Entire letters and covers including 1840 letter prepaid 1/- with Halifax Paid datestamp, carried on the return maiden voyage of "Caledonia"; 1840 letter from the Governor Lord Falkland with Halifax c.d.s, charged 1/-; 1841 letter from an M.P at Picton, franked so exempt from inland postage, charged 2/-; 1841 entire prepaid 1/2 sterling (1/4 Cy) with circular "PAID" and "CUMBERLAND / N.S"; 1860 entire with Nova Scotia 12½c (file fold); 1873-74 covers franked Canada 5c rate (2, one first voyage of "Hibernian" via St. Johns); 1881 cover franked 2c + 3c with letter from H.M.S "Northampton" at Halifax, etc. (10).

Est. £220-260

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
968 1851-1903 Entire letters, covers, card and a parcel label from G.B, including 1851 cover from Dublin, bearing a 1d red (late fee?), treated as unpaid with "1/3" (Cy) charge mark and "10d" accountancy mark (M66); 1862 cover to H.M.S "Spiteful" at Halifax with six 1d reds; 1869 cover franked 1/8 with a 2d late fee handstamp; 1856 printed notice advertising the sailing of the clipper "White Star" for Halifax, bearing 2d + 1855 4d on deeply blued glazed paper; other covers franked 1/-, 9d, 6d, 5d, 3d, 2½d (3, one with Dublin Late Fee duplex) or 1d, and 1903 Book Post address label franked 5d. (15).

Est. £220-260

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
969 image1856 (Mar 25) Front and upper flap from Amherst to Liverpool, bearing 1851 3d bright blue (2, four margins, one crossed by pressed file fold) and a bisected 3d, paying the 7½d rate, each cancelled by an oval of bars, also tied by red Liverpool Pkt. Letter Paid datestamp (Apr 6), Amherst and Halifax backstamps and handstruck "5", carried on the Cunard "Arabia". Pencil inscription "Warranted as original by H.L Hart, Halifax N.S", with R.P.S Certificate (1938). S.G. 3/3a, £2,500. Photo on Page 138. (Image1)

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Est. £280-350

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Prince Edward Island
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
970 1839-55 Prestamp and stampless entire letters and covers to G.B, including 1839 letter from Lot 67 to the Isle of Skye prepaid 2/9 (faults); letters prepaid 6d, 1/- (2) or 1/2, or unpaid charged 1/- or 1/2, the last a part letter from Capt. Bayfield at Lake Superior to Charles Lyell (the famous Geologist and author) enquiring about the new edition of his book "Principles of Geology". Postmarks include Prince Edward Island undated circle or datestamps (2), Prince Edward Island Paid undated circles (3) and Charlotte Town Paid datestamp. (7).

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
971 1846-57 Stampless covers (2) and a front from England to Charlotte Town, with the small charge marks "1/4Cy" or "1/6Cy" (2, one also with "10d" type M66 of Liverpool, the other on a front), the 1/4 charge mark very scarce. (3).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
972 1858-59 Stampless entire letters from Liverpool to Charlotte Town sent on the "Niagara", or Charlotte Town to Scotland sent on the "Canada", both with the same large handstruck "6", the first applied upside down to show a charge of 9d Cy, the second indicating a charge of 6d sterling. An unusual pair. (2).

Est. £140-160

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
973 1862-72 Entires and covers from G.B franked 6d (5) or 3d (2), arrival backstamps of Charlotte Town or Summerside. (7).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
974 image1862-72 Covers to England bearing Prince Edward Island stamps, comprising 1862 cover with perf 9 3d (torn, another stamp missing), 1865 cover with perf 11 9d, 1869 cover with perf 11½ 9d (with 1983 V. Graves Greene Certificate) and 1872 cover with 6c (stamp faults). Some cover or stamp faults but scarce issues on cover, the 1869 cover with small piece of left flap missing and closed tear at left edge but otherwise fine and attractive. (4). Photo on Page 138. (Image1)

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.

CAYMAN ISLANDS

Cayman Islands
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
975 image1907 ½d on 1d Block of four, light diagonal crease through two stamps, and 1d on 5/-, both mint. S.G. 17, 19, £515. (5). Photo on Page 142. (Image1)

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Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.

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