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Postal History, Canada continued...

Canada by Stamp Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
741 CVR 34, 35, 41, 45 image1890 Double Weight Registered Small Queen Cover to Italy, mailed from Halifax on NOV.7.1890 to Modena, Italy, with NOV.22 receivers on front and back, through London, England on NOV.20. The cover is franked with a 10c, 3c, 1c, and pair of ½c, for a total of 15c, being double the 5c rate plus 5c registration fee paid with postage stamps. A very fine and colourful cover to a scarcer destination.

Get Market Data for [Canada 34, 35, 41, 45 ]

Est $ 400

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
742 CVR 34, 44a, 46 image1896 40c Rate Cover to Germany, mailed from Windsor on JAN.8.1896 to Offenburg, Germany (JAN.19 receiver) through Hamilton (JAN.9 transit). This #10 size cover is franked with ½c SQ (x24), an 8c SQ and a 20c Widow Weeds paying seven times the 5c rate plus registration fee of 5c. Minor faults (mostly at top and affecting a few stamps), still a scarce foreign use of the 8c and 20c issues. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 34, 44a, 46 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
743 CVR 34/43 imageGroup of Nine Better and Interesting Small Queen Covers, in chronological order: 1871 Kars to Carp with 3c rose canceled by fancy "3" in red (fine); 1874 Dundas to Ingersoll with 3c cancelled by blurry 2-ring 46 (fine); 1881 pair of 3c bright orange tied on cover to Madoc by lovely House of Assembly duplexes in blue (reduced at right, still very fine); 1884 cover with 3c cancelled by crown cancel with address written in message form (interesting and artistic) with 1884 receiver on back, missing backflap, still very fine; 1887 St Catharines to Dublin PA, then franked with US stamp to forward to Berlin ON (through New York, Philadelphia, etc. light aging, fine; 1892 Belleville to New York City registered, with 8c in a combination of colourful franking, very fine; 1892 6c imperforate (double weight rate, well tied) on cover Toronto to London, Ont. Very fine (ex. Fred Jarrett); 1893 1c on "5th Class" unsealed cover to New Jersey with Belleville squared circle, very fine; and 1896 two colour illustrated advertising (Québec Midwinter Carnival) cover from Québec City to Toronto, very fine. See scans online. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (Scan 9) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 34/43 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
744 CVR 34/53 imageGroup of 7 Queen Victoria Mixed Franking Covers, with various combinations of either Small Queens, Leafs, Numerals or Jubilees, includes a 10c registered cover to Belgium (toning spots), uprated stationery cover to England, registered cover to the United States and #10 size 8c registered cover to the United States, includes a cover franked with a single ½c Small Queen (undated, to Liverpool NS), a cover franked with 8 different stamps (including 10c Numeral, 20c Widow Weeds, etc) address erased, mailed Montréal in 1899. Overall fine to very fine with a few insignificant faults. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 34/53 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$30.00
Will close during Public Auction
745 PC 35 image1893 and 1894 Two Stationery Cards Used Twice, first was mailed on AUG.31.1893 then again on SEP.9 with a faulty 1c SQ added (back has a printed message to "please return this card, etc."), second was first mailed on APR.21.1894, then again on JUN.5.1894 with a 1c SQ added from Parliament Street / Toronto. A scarce and fine pair of cards, both sides are scanned. Fine and ex. George Arfken. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
746 PC 35 image1894 Uprated Stationery Card to Cape Colony, Africa, a UX13 (oversize) card uprated by a 1c Small Queen (fault), mailed from Uxbridge on JUL.31.1894 to Grahamstown, Cape Colony (with Grahamstown / C.G.H. receiver dated AUG.31.1894). Back of the card has a pre-printed religious message plus a lengthy hand-written one. Edge wear, else fine and a scarce destination, especially for this larger card, which was not accepted by U.P.U. rules. Ex. George Arfken. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
747 CVR 35, 23 image1c SQ and 1c LQ Folded Circulars, both being large folded Scammell Brothers' Freight Circulars from Saint John, NB, both mailed to the same person in Winterport, Maine. First is dated MAY.3.1873 and is franked 1c yellow LQ (faults) cancelled 2-ring 7. Second is dated one month later, JUN.14.1873 franked with a 1c lemon yellow SQ tied by a lovely oval grid. Overall fine and interesting pair. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 23 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
748 CVR 35, 36i, 42 imageTwo Better Uprated Stationery Small Queen Registered Destination Covers, first is an 1896 2c envelope (U7) mailed Toronto to Chateau de Dave in Belgium "via New York", uprated by 1c, 2c and 5c Small Queens, through London AUG.8.1896, with Jambes AUG.9 backstamp. Second is an 1891 3c envelope (U6) mailed Québec City to Geneva, Switzerland, via Liverpool MAY.20, London MAY.21, with MAY.22 Geneva receiver on back, uprated with a 2c and a 5c Small Queen, for a total of 10c. Both covers are very fine and lovely. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 36i, 42 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
749 CVR 35, 36 imageTwo "Other Printed Matter" Small Queen Rate Items, first is an 1888 Birth Certificate, turned and remailed, both times at the 1c per 4 oz "other printed matter" rate. Second item is a large wrapper from the William Ewing & Co. Seeds Merchants mailed Montréal to Québec City, franked with a single 2c paying the 1c per 4 oz. "other printed matter" rate, containing a catalogue which would have weighed 2 oz. Both items fine and ex. Michael Rixon. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 36 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
750 35, 36i, 41, 42 imageTwo Small Queen Bulk Periodical Mailing Receipts, one is double sided, and each side is dated with a Brantford squared circle on JAN.27.1896 (31c for 31 lbs), FEB.6.1896 (4c for 3 lbs) and APR.15.1897 (11c for 11 lbs). Frankings include 1c, 2c, 3c and 5c Small Queens. Very fine and ex. Ted Kerzner. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 36i, 41, 42 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
751 35, 36i, 47 imageBulk Periodical Mailing Receipt with Interesting Franking, consisting of 7x 50c Widow Weeds that are dramatically misperforated, showing large parts of the written value at top instead of bottom. The receipt also has a 1c SQ on same side totaling $3.51 paying for 369 lbs. Other side is franked with a 1c and strip of 5 of the 2c SQ paying for 11 lbs. All stamps are cancelled with Toronto broken circles dated OCT.25 and 26 1895. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 36i, 47 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
752 35, 41 image1890s 5th Class Small Queen Mailing Tag, from The Penman Manufacturing Co. in Paris Ontario and addressed to Philadelphia PA, endorsed "5th Class" and franked with 3c (strip of three) and 1c (x2) for a total of 11c. Fine-very fine, and ex. George Arfken. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 41 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
753 CVR 35, 42 image1897 Registered Small Queen Suburban Rate Cover, mailed Toronto on NOV.1.1897 (AM) through to East Toronto, received there on NOV.2, also with Toronto NOV.1 (PM) datestamps. The cover is franked with a pair of 1c Small Queens paying the 2c city to suburb rate (established on MAY.20.1889), plus a 5c Small Queen paying the registration fee. The cover was handstamped "NOT CALLED FOR" and sent to the Dead Letter Office on DEC.6. Fresh, very fine and a rare rate, we know of only two other registered suburban rate covers, ex. George Arfken. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35, 42 ]

Est $ 250

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
754 CVR 35-37 image1874 20c Double Pre-U.P.U. Trans Pacific Rate via USA Small Queen Cover to Australia, mailed (possibly from Bayham) on AUG.5.1874, through Windsor (AUG.8 backstamp) and Detroit Michigan "AUG.8 PAID ALL" (c.d.s. in red) to Victoria, Australia, with SEP.28 and SEP.29 Melbourne backstamps. Originally shortpaid, the cover received a "RETURNED FOR / POSTAGE" handstamp in blue, and was held at the Post Office until the sender could be found and the correct rate applied. The sender was found and the blue "ADVERTISED / AND NOT CALLED FOR" subsequently stuck out in pen. The franking consists of an initial 16c with five 3c and one 1c (all manuscript cancelled) and a further pair of 2c (wrapped around the side of the cover) was added later, each cancelled by a fancy "1" due marking in red, as the rate at this time to Victoria was 10c per ½ oz. A red crayon "14", possibly an accountancy marking for the US Post Office fee, also adds to the calculations. An interesting cover, with many important faults, still scarce and useful to the specialist. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35-37 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
755 CVR 35/42 imageInteresting Group of 30 Small Queen Covers, 1871-1897, noting 7 registered with 2c or 5c RLS stamp, 5c UPU to Denmark, Germany and England, Scotland, 8c to England via New York, 2c drop, advertising, 12c double rate to US. Some early shades, etc. Condition is mixed but overall fine or better. All scanned online. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (Scan 9) (Scan 10) (Scan 11) (Scan 12) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 35/42 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
756 CVR 35d, 36e, 39b image1873 Pre-U.P.U. 11c Registered Cross-Border Small Queen Cover, mailed Port Hawkesbury NS on MAR.27.1873 to Alfred, Maine, through Halifax (MAR.28). There is also a "Registered / Saint John" datestamp on front (date unreadable), as well as a two-line "REGISTERED No. ___" handstamp. The cover is franked with a 1c, pair of 2c and a 6c Small Queens (all perforated 11½ x 12) paying the 6c cross-border rate plus 5c registration fee. A clean and quite fresh cover, very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada 35d, 36e, 39b ]

Est $ 250

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
757 CVR 36 image1874 Registered Ontario Voter's List, mailed from Manchester Ont. JUL.14.1874 and addressed to Whitby, this printed "List of voters for the Township of Reach, 1874" is franked with a strip of three 2c Small Queens, paying 4c for up to 4oz plus 2c registration, contrary to regulations (an exception was made for Voters Lists later, in the 1877 Postal Guide). From 1873 to 1875 the printed matter rate was 1c per 2oz. Folding faults and edge wear, still a rare rate and ex. Michael Rixon.

Get Market Data for [Canada 36 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
758 CVR 36/42 imageTwo Registered, Multi-Franked Small Queen Covers, first is 1874 Toronto to Boston, Mass (11c, 5c registration plus 6c cross border), second is 1897 Halifax NS to London, England (15c total, 10c double weight plus 5c registration). Both are very fine, fresh and colourful. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 36/42 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
759 CVR 37 image1878 3c Small Queen Registered Drop Letter, mailed registered to and from Toronto on JAN.21.1878 (same day receiver on back), franked with a single 3c Small Queen tied by straightline REGISTERED, paying the 1c drop letter rate plus 2c registration fee. A clean and very fine cover and a great example of this scarce franking, ex. S.J. Menich (2000)

Get Market Data for [Canada 37 ]

Est $ 250

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
760 CVR/O 37, 41 imageCollection of 3c Small Queens on 4 Pages, includes 4 covers, one of which is a lovely 1889 illustrated advertising cross border cover, an 1875 2-ring 21 cover with stamp perforated 11½, an 1876 cover with Lindsay fancy segmented cork, and an 1876 cover with Guelph fancy crossroads cork. There are also 54 stamps, each selected to illustrate a different postmark, such as corks, a House of Commons "C" scarifying cancel, 4-ring 45, 2-ring #s 52, 13, 40, #s 27 and 33 in oval grids, a fancy "5" rate handstamp, Hamilton 5 and London 6, Peterborough fancy 4, a butterfly, WAY LETTER, three different crowns, etc. A nice quality collection, all scanned online. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada 37, 41 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$40.00
Will close during Public Auction

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