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Canada continued...

Queen Victoria Era -- Large Queens continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
561 ogblL 29i,ii image29ii: 15¢ slate purple, top right corner margin BLOCK OF FOUR showing the 'PAWNBROKER' VARIETY in top right stamp (position 10 in the sheet), full original gum, hinge remnants and supported with slight gum disturbance on left stamps, still a very fine and attractive VARIETY POSITION MULTIPLE. Ex - Menich, Brigham. (Image) CV. C$3,000

SOLD for C$1,900.00
Will close during Auction
562 p 29bii image29bii: 15¢ red lilac, showing the 'PAWNBROKER' VARIETY, neat fancy cork cancel, very fine. Ex - Jansen, Brigham. (Image) CV. C$450

SOLD for C$550.00
Will close during Auction
563 p 29biii image29biii: 15¢ red lilac, early printing with full colour and exceptionally strongly showing the MAJOR RE-ENTRY (doubling in 'CANADA P', 'FIFTE' and left '15' (position 1), faulty in bottom left and bottom right corners, appears striking and fine. (Firth Group IIA) Ex - Brigham. (Image) CV. C$1,250

SOLD for C$625.00
Will close during Auction
564 nh 29var image29var: 15¢ grey violet, an upper left CORNER MARGIN POSITIONAL COPY (the first stamp in the sheet), a solitary stamp which nevertheless tells a story, demonstrating that the MAJOR RE-ENTRY from position 1 was REMOVED and CORRECTED after being detected during the very early red lilac printings, original gum and never hinged, fine, with 2000 Greene certificate. (Firth Group XII) Ex - 'Lindemann', Brigham. (Image) Est. C$500

SOLD for C$525.00
Will close during Auction
565 p 29var image29var: 15¢ grey violet, well-centered with light face-free cancel and showing a strong vertical STITCH WATERMARK through the centre of the stamp, this is the discovery copy and is very fine centered, as far as we know this is THE ONLY COPY IN EXISTENCE (small filled in hole and perforation crease lower left), with harsh 1998 Greene Foundation certificate stating "No. 29b, used variety with stitch watermark, genuine but with thin and repair at lower left". Ex - Simpson, Brigham. (Image) Est. C$5,000

SOLD for C$4,500.00
Will close during Auction
566 p 29xx, 30xx image29xx, 30xx: Two 15¢ >BPRECANCELS in both the grey violet and grey shades, fine and scarce. Ex - Brigham. (Image) CV. C$500

SOLD for C$525.00
Will close during Auction
567 c 29e image29e: 15¢ red lilac on thin paper, first printing, deep colour and tied by large grid to cover from Kingston 11 AP '68 to ENGLAND, via the Cunard ship 'Australasian' (left New York April 15, reaching Queenston on April 24), with Stroud 25 receiver on front, piece of backflap missing and some light edge faults/toning spots (some lightly affecting stamp), an EXTREMELY EARLY and most attractive 15¢ rate cover. Ex - Brigham. (Image) Est. C$2,000

SOLD for C$2,600.00
Will close during Auction
568 c 29e image29e: 15¢ red lilac on thin paper, first printing, deep colour and tied by 2-ring '5' to cover from Hamilton 3 DE 1869 to ENGLAND, went on the Cunard ship 'Scotia' (left New York December 8, reaching Queenston on December 17), with red London PAID 18 DE receiver on front, back is torn, a very fine 15¢ rate cover. Ex - 'Lindemann', Brigham. (Image) CV. C$2,500

SOLD for C$2,500.00
Will close during Auction
569 c 29e image29e: 15¢ red lilac on thin paper, first printing PAIR with AMAZING DEEP RICH COLOUR, tied by large grids to DOUBLE WEIGHT cover (up to 1oz), no despatch cds but probably travelled on the Cunard ship 'Russia' (left New York May 27, reaching Queenston June 5), with red London PAID 6 JU datestamp on front and same day London-W. receiver on back, there are a couple of tears (mostly on back), a most attractive DOUBLE FIFTEEN CENT RATE COVER. Ex - Jansen, Brigham. (Image) Est. C$1,500

SOLD for C$1,250.00
Will close during Auction
570 c 29b image29b: 15¢ red lilac, early printing with rich colour, tied by Quebec 17 AP '69 duplex to flimsy trans-Atlantic cover to England which travelled on the Cunard vessel 'Java' (left New York April 21 and reached Queenston on April 30), with red London PAID 1 MY receiver on front, portions of backflap missing, a clean and very fine rate cover (15¢ per half-ounce by British Packet via US, in effect 16 Jan 1868 through 31 Dec 1869). Ex - Dave Roberts, Brigham. (Image) CV. C$3,000

SOLD for C$3,750.00
Will close during Auction
571 c 29,35a image29,35a: 15¢ grey violet plus 1c Small Queen in combination franking, tied by Montreal 29 DE '71 duplexes to flimsy 16¢ rate cover (per ¼oz) to BAVARIA, with red London PAID 12 JA '72 transit on front, French transits front and back and Munich 14 JAN receiver on reverse, travelled on Inman Line's 'City of Washington' (left New York Dec 30, arrived Liverpool Jan 12), backflap missing and some stamp perforation faults, a colourful and attractive MIXED ISSUE FOREIGN RATE cover, one of only five recorded. Ex - Brigham. (Image) Est. C$7,500

SOLD for C$5,250.00
Will close during Auction
572 c 29,35 image29,35: 15¢ grey violet plus 1¢ Small Queen in combination franking, tied by Quebec 15 MY '74 duplexes to 16¢ rate cover (per ½oz) to FRANCE, with blue Agricultural Works Quebec oval and red London PAID 27 MY '74 transit on front, 28 MY French transit on front and same day Paris receiver on reverse, travelled on Allan Line's 'Sarmation' (left Quebec 19 MY, arrived Londonderry May 26), some light toning spots top right (slightly affects stamps), a scarce and attractive MIXED ISSSUE FRANKING cover. Ex Brigham. (Image) Est. C$10,000

SOLD for C$6,500.00
Will close during Auction
573 c 29b,37 image29b,37: 15¢ red lilac, rich colour and tied along with 3¢ red Small Queen by matching cork cancels to front from Dunnville 17 MR '75 to Dublin, Ireland, went via Allan Lines 'Peruvian', leaving Portland 20 March and arriving Liverpool March 31, a TRIPLE 6¢ CANADIAN PACKET RATE MIXED ISSUE FRANKING. Ex - Brigham. (Image) Est. C$1,250

SOLD for C$675.00
Will close during Auction
574 c 29 image29: 15¢ grey violet STRIP OF THREE tied by Montreal 21 MR '70 Berri duplexes to folded letter to PARIS, FRANCE, with red London PAID 4 AP transit, 5 Avril French Pas de Calais receiver and manuscript notation upper left 'Per Mail via U States', all on front. A fascinating RATE COVER which demonstrates the difficulties encountered by postal authorities when calculating the correct rates for Foreign Deliveries, and as no Canadian postal rate tables survive for the Feb 9 through July 1, 1870 period, the rates must be inferred, and partly based on previous or subsequent treatment of the British charges. The new single rate may have been 12¢ per ¼oz, and the ½oz rate either 24¢ (or reduced similarly as before to 20¢), unevenly progressing by ¼oz increments to a total of 45¢ for 1oz (including forwarding fees), or it may be the earlier 46¢ for 1oz rate (40¢ plus double the 3¢ per ½oz forwarding charge, underpaid by 1¢) or the later 44¢ for 1oz through New York (40¢ plus 2¢ per ½oz forwarding fee, overpaid by 1¢). The letter was likely carried on the Cunard Line's 'Scotia' (left New York 24 March, arrived Liverpool April 4), one stamp affected by filing crease, a wonderful TREASURE and a vitally important and UNIQUE RESEARCH & DISPLAY PIECE, with 2002 Greene Foundation certificate. Ex - Brigham. (Image) Est. C$15,000

SOLD for C$8,500.00
Will close during Auction
575 c 29b image29b: 15¢ red lilac, irregular block of three with rich colour and tied by multiple strikes of Hamilton 12 OC '68 duplexes to triple weight cover to SCOTLAND, carried on Cunard's 'Java' (left New York October 14, reaching Queenston on October 23), with manuscript notation to that effect upper left, Glasgow 24 OC receiver on back, light stain UL, an exceptionally clean and attractive UNIQUE TRIPLE BRITISH PACKET RATE COVER. Ex - Wellburn, Brigham. (Image) Est. C$7,500

SOLD for C$4,500.00
Will close during Auction
576 og 30b,vars image30b,vars: Eight selected mint 15¢ stamps, almost all with original gum, in shades of SLATE BLUE, two BLUE GREY, three GREY BLUE (one no gum), DARK SLATE BLUE or DEEP GREY BLUE, some (mostly) hidden faults, all appear fine to very fine. Ex - Brigham. (Image) (imagea) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef) (imageg)

imageimage

CV. C$1,125

SOLD for C$800.00
Will close during Auction
577 ng 30,i,vars image30,i,vars: Six selected unused 15¢ stamps, including four different shades of grey (two with original gum), one slate grey and one bluish slate, some (mostly) hidden faults, all appear fine to very fine. Ex - Brigham. (Image) CV. C$400

SOLD for C$250.00
Will close during Auction
578 og 30 image30: 15¢ slate grey, brilliant fresh and mathematically centered, lightly hinged and extremely fine. (Firth Group XB) Ex - 'Lindemann', Brigham. (Image) CV. C$250

SOLD for C$400.00
Will close during Auction
579 og 30 image30: 15¢ dull purplish grey, very fresh with original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. (Firth Group XIII) Ex - Brigham. (Image) CV. C$250

SOLD for C$170.00
Will close during Auction
580 og 30 image30: 15¢ dark grey, richly printed shade with full original gum. lightly hinged, an extremely fine gem, with 1986 Greene Foundation certificate. (Firth Group XA) Ex - 'Lindemann', Brigham. (Image) Est. C$250

SOLD for C$475.00
Will close during Auction

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