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CANADA continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
241   image'TARGET' TYPE FANCY CANCELS: A collection neatly presented on album leaves spanning 1851-1900, mostly Small & Large Queens (mainly 1c, 3c, 5c & 6c). Inc. two 2d Registered Letter stamps, both tied by 3-ring target cancels; Jan. 1873 E to Quebec franked 3c tied by 7-ring target cancel; and Sep. 1873 letter to England (with contents), franked 6c tied with St John "7" target cancel. A number of different targets represented with many good, clean strikes. (97 stamps + 2 covers) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 114.00
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
242   imageOVAL PARCEL CANCELLATIONS: A collection in an album, mainly Small Queen issues but some other QV-QEII. Most are loose or on piece but a few are on cover. Many different cancels represented inc. single & double ovals, town names, a few modern square-types, etc. A good lot. (100s) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Starting at £ 500

Currently...£500.00
Currently...USD 570.00
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
243   imageHANDSTAMPS ON MOSTLY QV ISSUES: A collection on album leaves inc. official barred numerals; flags; barred town names; crowns, duplexes; cds's; instruction handstamps used as cancels; squared circles; oval parcel stamp cancels; etc. Mostly used on Small Crowns but with later QV and some KEVII as well. (100s) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 500

Currently...£500.00
Currently...USD 570.00
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
244   imageQV-QEII REGISTERED HANDSTAMPS: Collection on album leaves. Mostly Small Queen issues but some later (inc. KGV 2c pale rose-carmine imperf. block of 6), all bearing varieties of "R" or straight-line "REGISTERED" handstamps, loose or on piece. Also inc. 1875 Registered adhesives, inc. a seemingly mint (part gum) 8c. (228 items) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, REGISTERED MAIL (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 400

Currently...£400.00
Currently...USD 456.00
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
245   imagePRE-STAMP CANADIAN TRANSATLANTIC MAIL TO G.B.: An album containing a collection mounted on pages of 1834-55 covers mainly ex Quebec, Montreal or Toronto but also inc. an 1851 EL with a fine "PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND" udc (?) on front & similar dated on back; 3 ELs to Canada inc. an 1844 EL to Quebec quadruple rated 4/8d (sterling); and a non-transatlantic EL to Montreal with a v. fine "STEAMBOAT LETTER/OC26/1846/9/QUEBEC" hs on front. A few endorsed by routes such as "via New York". (21 covers) Cross Reference: TRANSATLANTIC MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Starting at £ 80

Currently...£90.00
Currently...USD 102.60
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
246   imageTORONTO - OCTUPLE RATE SHIP LETTER TO THE "CANADA COMPANY" (G.B.) VIA THE U.S.; 9 Apr. 1840 EL (with reference to enclosed company accounts) from "CITY of TORONTO/U.C" (fine cds on the front) to London endorsed "Pr Packet Ship - via New York" (the SS Liverpool had been sold off in 1839 so this may suggest despatch by whatever steamer was next heading for Liverpool) to the Canada Co. (set up to encourage British emigration) endorsed "3 Oz" (twice; in red in Canada & in black in G.B.) & "paid no. 39" (accountancy number) with v. fine Toronto "PAID" on the front & red ms "7/7 + 325" (7/7 = thirteen times inland Canadian rate + thirteen times internal US rate - no mention of Freight Money) and so charged "5/4" (octuple 8d Ship Letter rate) on arrival, with a partial "LIVERPOOL/SHIP LETTER" on the flap. Very unusual item. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
247   imageALLAN LINE - MONTREAL OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY: An album containing an 1856-1911 collection of mail carried on this line, mainly to the UK, inc. 1862 stampless mourning env. endorsed "Via Canada Steam Line" sent from "CHATHAM/MY26/1862/U.C." with red "7½Ct", fine "PAID 6d. Stg" & fine "LONDON/7A/JU 12/62/PAID"; plus others with 12½c green or blue stamps, then later 6c or 5c rates made up with Small Queen stamps. Unremarkable postal markings but mainly in fine condition. (30) Cross Reference: TRANSATLANTIC MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Starting at £ 65

Currently...£75.00
Currently...USD 85.50
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
248   imageCUNARD LINE - TO UK: 1858 env. ex Toronto to Ireland (with contents), carried by 'PS Africa' with v.fine "PAID 8d Stg" adjacent to a faint "TORONTO/PAID" cds overstruck by a red tombstone "PKT LETTER/PAID/LIVERPOOL/AU 2/C58" ds; 1859 mourning env. (slightly grubby) from "YORK/U.C." (faint cds) where "7½" & "PAID" hs's applied (pre payment for Canadian steamers, however was carried by Cunard 'PS Niagara'), "MORE TO PAY" & 2[d]" (postage due) applied on arrival at Liverpool; and 1862 stampless env. to Glasgow with fine red "MONTREAL/PAID/AU20/1862/CANADA" ds, rated "17[c]" in red with red "PAID" hs adjacent converted to "8" on arrival at Liverpool. All in fine overall condition. (3) (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
249   imageOCEAN MAIL CLERKS: A set of stamps mounted on an album page, all with barred numeral hs's of Mail Clerks used on the Cunard Steamships 'Asia' (A92), 'Java' (A93), 'Africa' (A95), 'Europa' (A97), 'Arabia' (A98), and 'China (B61). Mainly on Nova Scotia QV 12½c (9, SG17), but also 5c (2, SG12) & 8½c (1, SG14), and Newfoundland 6d orange (SG14, 2-margins - just) cancelled "A95" & New Brunswick 1c Locomotive (SG7?) cancelled "A97". Varying quality but an interesting collection, seldom seen. (15 stamps) (Image)

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Starting at £ 80

Currently...£85.00
Currently...USD 96.90
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
250   imageCANADIAN TRANSATLANTIC MAIL TO G.B.: An album containing an 1889-1968 collection of covers mounted on pages mainly ex Montreal or Toronto but also inc. a 1922 3c postal stationery env. cancelled with a mainly fine "COBBLE HILL/JAN 24/22/BC" duplex with "INSUFFICIENTLY/PREPAID", "T/30" & 1/TO PA[Y]/75" hs's adjacent and GB 1d + d postage due stamps attached and cancelled with ILFORD cds's; a number of ship-to-shore covers inc. a 1930 env. posted on board the 'SS Bremen' carried by sea plane to New York franked with 10c + pair of 4c Canadian stamps cancelled with oval "DEUTSCHES SEEPOST/LINIE/BREMEN/NEW YORK/12 5 30" cds's; plus several items from UK to Canada. All in good to v. fine condition. (48) Cross Reference: TRANSATLANTIC MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
251   imageAIRMAILS - AERO CLUB OF CANADA - TORONTO-OTTAWA: Aug. 1918 very rare tete-beche pair of 25c red & black labels. Fine. Unitrade CLP2. (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£190.00
Currently...USD 216.60
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
252   imageAIRMAILS - AERO CLUB OF CANADA - TORONTO-NEW YORK: 25 Aug 1919 $1 red and blue label with full gum. Fine. Unitrade CLP3 (Image)

Starting at £ 50

Currently...£55.00
Currently...USD 62.70
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
253   imageAIRMAILS - EARLY FLIGHTS INCLUDING FAILURES: 1920-28 interesting selection of envs. (7) inc. 15 Oct 1920 Roessler env. to Stamp News, East Orange with red "First Trip - Canada- U. S./Regular Hydroplane Mail Ser/vice-Oct 15 1920" hs; 20 Jan. 1922 env. to St John's bearing Admiral 1c (4) + 10c + 20c all tied by fine boxed "FIRST/AIR MAIL/HALIFAX/TO/ST JOHN'S/JANUARY/1922" hs (this flight was abandoned and the mail sent by sea); 5 July 1927 env. from Montreal to Vancouver (this flight by Edwin Dobbin failed - the cover has a violet "AIR FLIGHT ABANDONED/LETTER RETURNED" hs; 21 Sept. 1921 env. with red boxed "1 ST/TRIP" hs, and circular "VICTORIA B. C. TO SEATTLE. WASH/VIA/SEA/PLANE" hs. Also a mint pane (2 x 4) of "Patricia/Airways/Limited" 10c labels. (Unitrade CL43). (Image)

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Starting at £ 80

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 148.20
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
254   imageAIRMAILS - TWO EARLY PIONEER COVERS: 22 Dec. 1921 large env. from Birtle to Port Blandford with KGV 1c + 3c, redirected to Halifax and a 5c (pair) + 20c added & tied by violet boxed "FIRST/AIRMAIL/HALIFAX/TO/ST JOHN'S/JANUARY/1922" hs. The mail was never sent by air as the aircraft was badly damaged in an accident prior to departure. Also 1 Oct. 1924 special env. carried on the 1st flight from Estevan to Winnipeg bearing KGV 1c strip of three tied by a fine oval "VIA AEROPLANE/ESTEVAN, SASK" ds. Pilot signed (E A Alton). Cross Reference: AIRMAILS, NOVA SCOTIA (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 80

Currently...£80.00
Currently...USD 91.20
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
255   imageAIRMAILS - LAURENTIDE AIR SERVICES LTD.; 16 Oct. 1924 env. bearing on reverse (25c) green (rouletted at top) and flown from Haileybury to Rouyn on the 17th, reposted and flown back on the 24th Oct.; 22 Jan. 1924 env. franked 25c red tied by large oval "LAURENTIDE AIR SERVICE/ltd./AIR MAIL/LARDER LAKE, ROUYN/FIRST WINTER FLIGHT/1924" hs on back; 28 Jan. 1925 env. to UK franked 25c red tied by Larder Lake cds on back; a similar env. to Montreal with adhesives removed on front, the label tied by the large boxed blue-green "TRANS-CANADA FLIGHT/1925./VANCOUVER-MONTREAL" hs. Note the two later covers were not flown due to the aircraft being damaged. Unitrade CL2 & CL4. (4 envs) (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£80.00
Currently...USD 91.20
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
256   imageAIRMAILS - ESTEVAN-WINNIPEG PROMOTIONAL ISSUE: Oct. 1924 special printed env. for the Estevan to Winnipeg flight by E.A. Alton bearing a special $1 black on red label + 3c Admiral. Another example of the env. without label bearing Admiral 1c (3). All adhesives tied by the oval "VIA AEROPLANE/ESTEVAN SASK." ds. Note the flight was abandoned after 13 miles and the mail sent to Winnipeg by rail. Unitrade CLP5. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
257   imageAIRMAILS - NORTHERN AIR SERVICE: 27 June 1925 env. bearing a lightly cancelled Northern Air Service 25c blue, carried on the 1st Rouyn to Haileybury flight on back. Pilot signed. Fine CL5. (Image)

Starting at £ 50

Currently...£55.00
Currently...USD 62.70
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
258   imageAIRMAILS - PATRICIA AIRWAY & EXPLORATION LTD: 1926-27 interesting collection of envs. (7) inc. 20 Mar. 1926 env. from Toronto to Red Lake without label as it was flown mail authorised by the P.O.; 27 June 1926 env. flown from Red Lake to Sioux Lookout bearing an Elliot Fairchild label but flown by Patricia Airways as the former company had gone into liquidation. The others with appropriate labels. Plus a group of seven unused labels inc. "RED LAKE" inverted overprints (2). A good lot. (Image)

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Starting at £ 110

Currently...£220.00
Currently...USD 250.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
259   imageAIRMAILS - JACK V ELLIOT/ELLIOT-FAIRCHILD/ELLIOT-FAIRCHILDS AIR SERVICE & FAIRCHILD AIR TRANSPORT LTD - MINT PANES: 6 Mar. 1926 & 21 Mar. 1926 Jack V Elliot and Elliot Fairchild Rev Lake Aerial Mail 25c labels, each in a mint pane of eight (4 x 2); 7 Apr. 1926 Elliot Fairchild Air Service 25c blue on yellow, a complete pane of eight (4 x 2) containing a tete beche pair; 1926 25c deep blue Fairchild Air Transport label complete mint pane of ten (2 x 5) containing a tete beche pair. All are unmounted. Unitrade CL6,. CL8, CL9 & CL11. (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£220.00
Currently...USD 250.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM
260   imageAIRMAILS - JACK V ELLIOT/ELLIOT- FAIRCHILD AIR SERVICE/FAIRCHILD: 6 Mar. 1926 env. franked Jack V Elliot 25c red on yellow on back carried on the 1st Rolling Portage to Red Lake flight; 27 May 1926 env. franked Elliot Fairchild Air Service 25c blue on back from Haileybury to Rouyn; 12 Aug. 1926 env. from Haileybury to Rouyn franked Elliot Fairchild 25c red on back; 20 Oct. 1926 envs. (2) franked Fairchild Air Service 25c blue on back. The last four covers being the 1st day of usage of the relevant labels. Fine. Unitrade CL6, CL9, CL10 & CL11. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-11, 03:00 AM

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