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Postal History, Canada continued...

Postmarks-Fancy continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1272 CVR   imageKingston Fancy 9 on 1870 Registered Cover, mailed Kingston on APR.29.1870 registered to Sandwich, with Windsor transit, G.W.R. transit (RR65) and Grand Trunk Railway East A (RR53) transit as well as two REGISTERED railway boxed postmarks (incomplete) on back. The cover is franked with a pair of the 1c orange SQ plus a very fine 3c copper red, all cancelled by three very fine strikes of the #9 in cogwheel fancy cancel (Lacelle #119). Reduced at left, still a very fine early Small Queen cover. (Scan a) Est $ 200

SOLD for C$160.00
Will close during Public Auction
1273 CVR   imageKingston Fancy 9 on 1870 Part Circular, addressed to Huntley UC, with three backstamps including Pakenham CW (MAY.5.1871 in error for 1870), Carp CW (MAY.6.1870 being the earliest recorded date for this datestamp) and Huntley UC (MAY.7.1870 being the latest and only second reported strike of this datestamp). The folded circular is franked with a 1c orange Small Queen, cancelled by a very fine strike of the #9 in cogwheel fancy cancel (Lacelle #119). Missing large part of the circular, still a very fine and early piece. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 100

SOLD for C$220.00
Will close during Public Auction
First Day Covers
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1274 CVR   Collection of First Day Covers, 1957 to 1980s, in albums and loose, with many high denominations, blocks, se-tenant, many pre-Canada Post, a stack of Schering, some Winnipeg tagging, etc. Bit of duplication but largely all different and fine or better. Owner counted 1,450 items. Est $ 200

SOLD for C$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1275 CVR   Printer Paper Box Full of First Day Covers, 1950s to 2005, with about 2,300 covers, mostly Canada Post but also note Senate, E/M and Rose Craft. Virtually all with cachets and some duplication noted, very fine. Est $ 200

SOLD for C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
1276 CVR   Collection of Mostly Modern First Day Covers, in 5 cover albums with hundreds of mainly modern FDC from about 2000 to 2009 but also includes some earlier, including some pre-Canada Post cacheted covers. Note high original purchase price and lots of high values, including the Montreal Canadian souvenir sheet, etc. Also includes a large album filled with USA and GB FDC plus a Canada Millennium Annual Collection with $32 worth of postage. Est $ 100

SOLD for C$80.00
Will close during Public Auction
1277 CVR   Comprehensive Collection of FDC, 1981 to 2016, appears to be complete in period, including many better items, high values, souvenir sheets, sets, etc. The later years are either in unopened CPC Official First Day Cover Collection packs (x7) or in lovely official Canada Post simulated wood boxes (x7) each containing a different year. There is some duplication, but only in the later years where there is more value. Also includes a small FDC album with about 50 different FDC from 1951 to 1970, many postmarked (with different devices) at Kitchener. Est $ 200

SOLD for C$450.00
Will close during Public Auction
New Brunswick
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1278 O   imageGroup of New Brunswick Obliterators on Stamp, with a barred oval on 2c RLS, a Lacelle #86 on 3c SQ, Lacelle #87 on 1c SQ, Lacelle #679 (in purple) on 1c SQ, 2-ring #7 strikes on 1c LQ(x2), 3c LQ, 15c LQ and 3c SQ (x2), Lacelle #1544 (similar to) on a 3c SQ, Lacelle #487 on a pair of early 2c SQ, two strikes of Lacelle #586 on 3c SQs, a D&S #596 on a 3c SQ, two 1c SQ with St John rollers and two 1c SQ with St John parcel cancels. An overall nice group, with strikes ranging from identifiable to choice. 19 items in all. (Scan a) Est $ 150

SOLD for C$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
1279 O   imageCollection of New Brunswick Postmarks on Stamps, with 9 Small Queens, 7 Jubilees, 18 QV Numerals and Leafs plus another 11 various. We note nice socked on the nose strikes, some small towns, a few 8c QV stamps, Admirals, NB stamps, etc. A nice group. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 75

SOLD for C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
1280 CVR   imageGroup of 7 Stamped Covers, 1866-1872, two are franked with 5c NB stamps, one of those has a nice embossed corner card and great backstamps (St John PAID, and Newcastle). 1869 3c Large Queen from Moncton to Hopewell Hill (W.O. Hopewell Cape on back, ex. V.G. Greene), 1872 6c Large Queen St John to Addison, Maine (2-ring #7 tying dark brown shade stamp), 1868 3c Large Queen St John to Hampton (very light receiver), 1866 10c vermilion NB stamp on cover St John to Philadelphia (with Way Letter, ADV and NOT FOUND handstamps on front, faults). Also a 3c Large Queen cover mailed from Brockville (duplex dated APR ?? 1868, early usage) to Fraserville CW with light receiver. Overall fine with a few faults. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 100

SOLD for C$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
1281 CVR   imageLovely Collection of Type 1 Grid Obliterators, all neatly written-up on 6 quadrille pages, showing neat reproductions of the backstamps, explanation of the rates, usages of the grid, etc. This collection is titled "Examples of Late Use of New Brunswick Type "1" and includes a Type 1 obliterator (oval grid without number, with square centre) on 7 stamps plus 10 covers, all dated between 1860 and 1900. Includes better such as a 1900 registered Map and 5c Numeral cover, a January 1, 1870 1c + 2c Large Queen cover, an 1885 3c SQ cover from Hampton (described as one of four reported), 1866 2x 5c NB on cover to New York, an 1866 folded Insurance advertising sheet (described as unreported usage), an 1860 cover with stamp fallen off, then re-affixed in a different area, an 1867 NB to NS 5c cover with same day delivery, an 1864 5c cover to Ottawa with large Ottawa & Prescott Railway datestamp on back, and more. Also includes a group of items (not on pages) with late usages of the Type 1 oval grid cancels, such as an 1897 3c SQ piece with Canoble datestamp (ex. Halliday), a strip of 4x 3c SQ on piece from Coles Island, an 1876 1c + 2c SQ cover from Welsford, an 1863 5c NB cover from Hampton Ferry (with enclosure and notation "gone away"), etc. A few faults do not detract from the subject, still not many of these old-time collections remain. Ex. Ron Saint. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (Scan d) (Scan e) (Scan f) (Scan g) (Scan h) (All Scans)

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Est $ 500

SOLD for C$200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1282 CVR   imageCollection of New Brunswick Town Cancels, from stampless-era to modern, with well over 1,200 covers and cards, each in a glassine with the name of the town written on, sorted from A to Z, plus a section of unsorted at the back. We note a tremendous amount of small, many closed post office postmarks, with broken circles, c.d.s. registration markings, etc. Many Small Queens, Numerals and Leafs and Edwards, etc. Some postmarks are on piece, but mostly a mix of cards and covers. Also includes a number of picture postcards depicting town scenes, including old real photo. Overall nice condition, and a gold mine for the New Brunswick postmark collector. Ex. George MacManus. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (Scan d) (Scan e) (Scan f) (Scan g) (All Scans)

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Est $ 1,000

SOLD for C$1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
1283 CVR/PC   imageCollection of New Brunswick Town Postmarks 1840s to 1930s, on over 600 covers and cards. The collection is sorted alphabetically by post office, and includes a large amount of small office postmarks, early and late dates, many "only known on cover" or one of 2 or 3 known, many Small and Large Queen covers, as well as many covers franked with NB stamps, stampless, better postmarks such as a lovely 1906 Indiantown squared circle, many registered covers, a good variety of postmarks such as duplex, datestamps of all sorts, fancy corks, etc. Also includes picture postcards (incl. real photos) depicting town scenes, sometimes showing the post office there. All but one cover are small size and there are faults as the collection caters to postmarks, still generally fine condition. Too many scarce to rare post offices and postmarks to list here, viewing is highly recommended to better appreciate to wealth included, a rare opportunity to acquire some important NB postal history. This lot includes the Post Offices of New Brunswick 1783-1930 reference by George MacManus. We have scanned only a small portion online. Ex. George MacManus. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (Scan d) (Scan e) (Scan f) (Scan g) (Scan h) (Scan i) (Scan j) (Scan k) (Scan l) (Scan m) (Scan n) (Scan o) (All Scans)

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Est $ 2,000

SOLD for C$3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1284 CVR/PC   imageCollection of New Brunswick Postmarks on About 570 Covers and Cards, from about the 1840s to the 1940s, all neatly written-up on pages, with opening and closing dates, proof dates, etc and more or less sorted by county and alphabetically within. Each page includes one or two covers or cards. We also note picture postcards depicting the post offices or town scenes being studied, etc. We note a variety of good postmarks, including town cancels (broken circles, c.d.s.), many cork cancels, including runs of different ones for the same town, a few fancy, such as "OK", etc, several stampless covers, and much more. A lovely collection, with mostly quality strikes and items, well worthy of continuation. Ex. George MacManus. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (Scan d) (Scan e) (Scan f) (Scan g) (Scan h) (Scan i) (Scan j) (Scan k) (Scan l) (Scan m) (Scan n) (Scan o) (All Scans)

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Est $ 500

SOLD for C$1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1285 CVR   Collection of About 67 Covers and Cards from Fredericton, New Brunswick, 1840 to 1960s, with a predominance of material before 1920, and especially Queen Victoria era. We note stampless, many Small Queen covers, QV stationery, picture postcards from the 1910s, a few corner cards and emphasis is on postmarks, with a wide range including many better or scarce postmarks. Some faults as usual, still an overall fine or better lot, with all small sized items. Ex. George MacManus. Est $ 200

SOLD for C$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1286 O   imageCollection of Oval Grid Numerals on Stamps, with 21 easily identifiable numerals, on Small Queens, New Brunswick Cents and Jubilees. See online scan for a complete list, but we note better such as #3 on a pair of 1c SQ, #38 on 5c NB, #12 on 5c NB, #14 on 1c Jubilee, #10 on 1c SQ, #22 on 3c SQ, #17 on a 1c Jubilee pair, and more. Also included is what looks like it could be a #21 on 1c Jubilee with Oakland California datestamp and a possible #23 on 1c NB, plus five stamps (pictured at bottom) which are unidentifiable (by us). A lovely and rarely offered group. Ex. George MacManus. (Scan a) Est $ 350

SOLD for C$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
1287 O   imageGrid Numeral 28 on a 6d olive yellow New Brunswick Pence Stamp, an almost complete lovely strike of this very rare (RF 8) numeral from St George on a four margin stamp (close in places) with a tiny thin in a corner, very fine. This was purchased at the Dale Lichtenstein Harmer sale of 1970 as lot 305. Ex. George MacManus. Unitrade #2. (Scan a) Est $ 250

SOLD for C$275.00
Will close during Public Auction
1288 O   imageCollection of Oval Grid Numerals on New Brunswick Pence Stamps, with 15 different numerals on 23 stamps, all 3d except for three 6d. See online scan for a visual, but the following numbers are included: 1, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 21, 23, 24, 25, 31 and 34. This includes Rarity Factors 10 (x1), 9 (x2), 8 (x6), 7 (x2), 6 (x2) and 4 (x1). The stamps themselves have a variety of margins and are mostly all quite presentable, except for the 3d with #31 which is damaged. The #31 (RF 10) could possibly be a superimposed 1 and 3, as there is evidence of two grid strikes. A lovely and rarely offered group, with an enormous catalogue value as stamps only. Ex. George MacManus collection. (Scan a) Est $ 1,000

SOLD for C$1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1289 CVR   image3d red Imperforate on Folded Letter, mailed Dorchester NB on JAN.15.1856 (broken circle on back) and addressed to the Westmorland Bank in Moncton. The folded letter (no contents) is franked with a 3½ margin 3d red Heraldic, neatly tied by an oval grid numeral 11 (RF 6 in Unitrade, rare). The back has a broken circle same-day receiver from "Bend of Petitcodiac" which was the old name for Moncton, which incorporated in 1855. An interesting item, both for postal historians, or stamp collectors alike. Very fine. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 750

SOLD for C$230.00
Will close during Public Auction
1290 CVR   imageCollection of Oval Grid Numerals on Covers, with 5 covers plus 1 card in all, #8 on an 1859 3d red folded letter (no contents, with three backstamps, ex. Siverts), #26 on an 1875 3c SQ cover mailed from Upper Gagetown (reduced at left), #13 on an 1868 3c LQ cover with ideal Fredericton broken circle on front and Saint John receiver on back (ex. Ron Saint), #3 on an 1870 3c SQ cover (W.O. Bath on front, Woodstock and W.O. Victoria on back, ex. Brassler, Siverts and Hennock sale 106, lot 303) as well as a #30 on an 1883 3c SQ cover to Ottawa (with contents, quite soiled on back). Last but not least is a 1c QV Leaf stationery card with a #16 from Penobsquis dated SEP.3.1898 (spike hole at left). A lovely and rarely offered group. Ex. George MacManus collection. (Scan a) (Scan b) (All Scans)

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Est $ 400

SOLD for C$425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1291 CVR   imageCollection of Over 100 Moncton, New Brunswick Covers and Cards, 1870s to 1950s includes covers, stationery cards, picture post cards, registered, drop letters, illustrated advertizing, etc, with an emphasis on postmarks, including several duplex, c.d.s., corks, sub offices, etc. All but one cover are small size and most date in the Queen Victoria era, there are some faults, especially in some of the early covers, still an overall fine or better lot. (Scan a) (Scan b) (Scan c) (Scan d) (All Scans)

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Est $ 150

SOLD for C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction

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