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LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
581 E/P 5P image1862 2d Queen Victoria Trial Colour Plate Proof in grey black, a single with four margins, rare and very fine. Minuse & Pratt #1TC5b. (Scan a) Est $ 150

SOLD for C$60.00
Will close during Public Auction
582 nh 5 image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.8, a full sheet of 60, with selvedge all around (top left has a natural foldover which was perforated through) and full, hand applied gum, never hinged. A lovely and fresh sheet, described by owner as being from an early printing, evidenced by an absence of the "TWC" constant variety on position 54. There are two small toning spots (one on edge of sheet and one on back of one stamp) which do not detract. Rare and overall fine centered. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 540

SOLD for C$230.00
Will close during Public Auction
583 nh 5, 5iv image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.8, a full sheet of 60, with intact selvedge all around and full, hand applied gum, never hinged. A lovely and fresh sheet, described by owner as being from a late printing, evidenced by the "TWC" constant variety on position 54 (he named it the "crust flaw"). There is a small toning spot at the top edge of the top selvedge which does not detract. Rare and overall fine centered. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 606

SOLD for C$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
584 nh 5, 5v image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, Imperforate at Left, a top of the sheet block of 20, with selvedge on three sides and the leftmost vertical perforations missing, resulting in two stamps imperforate at left. Mint never hinged, fresh and fine. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 612

SOLD for C$275.00
Will close during Public Auction
585 ng 5b image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria Imperforate, a left sheet margin block of 24, unused (no gum) with a cut in the upper right margin (away from stamp) plus a faint vertical crease at bottom affecting 4 stamps and another corner crease affecting one stamp, still a very fine and desirable multiple. Accompanied by a letter from Mr. Crosby to Mr. Sissons ("Dear J.N.") in 1961 explaining to him that this is a #5 and not a #1 and that he would like to pay $150 for it, and gives evidence of the paper types described in Jarrett, etc. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 1,800

SOLD for C$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
586 og 5b var image1862 2d claret Queen Victoria Imperforate horizontal pair, from top of sheet, with hinged original gum. Accompanied by a 2017 Greene Foundation certificate stating "very crackled disturbed gum". Our research revealed that this particular shade of imperforate stamp is sometimes described as coming from the "Perf. 9" printing. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 200

SOLD for C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
587 nh 5d image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.7, Imperforate Horizontally, a full sheet of 60, with selvedge all around, having all of its horizontal perforations missing, except for those under the bottom row. The owner describes it as an early printing, as there is no variety to the TWO in position 54. There are, however other varieties, such as for example the constant variety in position 30 "the T flaw", still unlisted in Unitrade. A similar sheet resided in the Dr. Carr collection (sold in 1999) and we know of none other. Full original hand applied gum, stamps are never hinged, hinging in margin at top, with a couple of light toning spots (these seen on back and do not detract) as well as light creases, still one of the key lots in this collection and rare. Catalogued as 27 fine and 3 very fine pairs. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 11,100

SOLD for C$5,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
588 og 5d image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.8 Vertically, Imperforate Horizontally, an upper right sheet margin corner block of four, with full hand-applied original gum, hinged at upper top of sheet margin only (thus catalogued as never hinged for the two pairs), fresh, very fine and rare. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 1,000

SOLD for C$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
589 ng 5dF image1862 2d rose Queen Victoria, with Perforation Variety, being perforated 11¾ vertically x 9 horizontally. Unused (no gum), with a pulled perf, on coarse white vertically meshed paper, and accompanied by a (pink) 2017 Greene Foundation certificate stating "fake perf 9 perforation added top and bottom". Also accompanied by a 1950 Royal Philatelic Society, London certificate (issued to Mr. Crosby) stating "The Committee does not believe that this is an issued variety. It does not belong to the first series". An interesting curiosity. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (All Scans)

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Est $ 50

SOLD for C$45.00
Will close during Public Auction
590 CVR 5e, 13 imageBisect on Piece and Cover, a 2d rose (perforated 12) bisected diagonally on a small piece, and well tied by a Charlottetown broken circle datestamp. There is a handstamp on back partially reading "Guaranteed by / R.F. ____rt & Co.". This is accompanied by a 1987 APS certificate. Also a cover mailed to and from Charlottetown, franked with a 3c rose (perforated 12) cancelled by a segmented cork. Back of the cover shows a Charlottetown broken circle dated 1872. Light pencil notations on back and aging, still fine. (Property of a different vendor) (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (All Scans)

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Est $ 100

SOLD for C$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
591 E/P 6P var image1862 3d Queen Victoria Plate Proof in Colour of Issue, a horizontal pair, also with two 4d stamps on reverse in black, very fine and rare. Minuse & Pratt Appendix F listed. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 400

SOLD for C$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
592 nh 6 image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.7, a complete sheet of 30, with selvedge all around. Full original hand-applied gum, never hinged and fresh. Used in the exhibit to demonstrate how well aligned perforations could be obtained, resulting in very fine stamps. A late impression, with unlisted "break in R" constant variety in position 16. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 1,200

SOLD for C$275.00
Will close during Public Auction
593 nh 6 image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.7, a complete sheet of 30, with selvedge all around. Full original hand-applied gum, hinged in a few places in the selvedge, leaving all stamps never hinged. Described by the owner as a "late impression" because of the unlisted constant variety "break in R" in position 16. Fresh and very fine. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 1,200

SOLD for C$300.00
Will close during Public Auction
594 og 6 var image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria, a mint single with "Queen Wearing Sunglasses" variety. Not so well centered and with adhesions on gum, still the first we have seen of this dramatic printing error. (Property of a different vendor) (Scan a) Est $ 50

SOLD for C$30.00
Will close during Public Auction
595 og/nh 6 var image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.7, a partial sheet of 24, with selvedge on three sides. Full original hand-applied gum, with hinge re-enforcing between four stamps, leaving 20 never hinged. The second to sixth vertical perf rows are quite misaligned and slanting to the right. Used in the exhibit to demonstrate how poorly aligned perforations could be obtained, resulting in most stamps being perforated right into. From a late printing, with "break in R" constant variety in position 16. (Scan a) Est $ 300

SOLD for C$80.00
Will close during Public Auction
596 ng 6 var image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria Imperforate, on Yellowish Paper, a left marginal horizontal pair, unused (no gum), with a few paper faults (seen only on back), still much scarcer than the white paper imperforates and very fine appearance. (Scan a) Est $ 200

SOLD for C$45.00
Will close during Public Auction
597 nh 6, 6d var image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria, Perforated 11.7 and Part Imperforate, a complete sheet of 30, with original hand applied gum, with the right hand column of pairs being imperforate between, caused by missing vertical row of perforations (this variety is unlisted in Unitrade). The leftmost vertical row of perforations ends at bottom in a hook, as there was a fold-over when perforated. Overall fresh, with all stamps never hinged (hinged in selvedge only), a tiny spot of toning on one of the imperf-between pairs, else overall fine. From a late printing, and includes an unlisted constant variety "break in R" in position 16. (Scan a) Est $ 750

SOLD for C$900.00
Will close during Public Auction
598 CVR 6, 6e image1870 Bisected 3d blue Queen Victoria on Cover, mailed from Charlottetown on FEB.28.1870 and addressed to Pinette PEI. Franked with a 3d plus another diagonally bisected 3d (both properly tied to each other and to cover) paying the 4½d rate. The 4½d brown stamp was not issued until a little later on June 1st 1870, so this would have been a workaround franking. Faults, including a diagonal crease, still scarce. Accompanied by a 2017 Greene Foundation certificate. Property of another vendor. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 500

SOLD for C$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
599 E/P 6, 9 image1860s Sheet Margin Plate Proof Pair, one side showing the 3d blue (#6 in colour of issue, with small piece of hinge in margin, which could be removed) and the other side showing the 4d (#9 in light blue). Very fine. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 200

SOLD for C$200.00
Will close during Public Auction
600 ng 6b image1862 3d blue Queen Victoria Imperforate, top left marginal block of six, unused (no gum), with crease in left sheet margin, bright and dark colour and very fine. (Scan a) Unitrade $ 450

SOLD for C$160.00
Will close during Public Auction

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