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Postal History, Canada continued...

Newfoundland by Stamp Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
961 CVR 44, 48, 59 image1893 Registered Cover to the United States, "On Postal Service" envelope mailed registered from the main post office in St John's on DEC.14.1893 to Rockford, Illinois (DEC.22 receiver on back), franked with a #44, pair of #48 and strip of #59 for a total of 35c. Fine-very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 44, 48, 59 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
962 CVR 44, 54, 60 imageTwo 1892 10c Registered Covers to Montréal and Halifax, first mailed St John's (JUN.2.1892 oval registration datestamp) to Halifax (JUN.14 receiver), franked with a pair and single of #60 plus a #44 (ex. Peatman, 2004). Second was mailed at Bay Roberts (JAN.1.1892) to Montréal, through St John's (JAN.1), "RAILWAY T.P.O." (JAN.1) and Halifax (JAN.5), franked with a pair of 5c blue Harp Seals, very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 44, 54, 60 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
963 CVR 44, 55, 60 imageFour 1895-97 8c Registered Covers to Halifax, mailed from Rose Blanche (id'd by 4-ring obliterators and nearby transit of Channel), Harbour Grace, Spaniards Bay and Open Hall, with a variety of frankings making the proper 8c rates, with a number of other interesting postmarks (i.e. King's Cove, Channel, RPOs, etc.). The 2c orange Cod is sulphuretted, still a mostly very fine group, especially from these smaller towns. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 44, 55, 60 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
964 CVR 45, 63, 80/85 imageGroup of Eleven 1901-1906 10c Registered Covers to the United States, all mailed from St John's except one from Stephenville Crossing (all have Boston transits), to various places in the US, and all franked with a variety of in-period stamps. An interesting, and overall very fine group. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (Scan 9) (Scan 10) (Scan 11) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 45, 63, 80/85 ]

Est $ 400

Currently...C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
965 CVR 45/85 imageGroup of Six 1899-1900 10c Registered Covers to the United States, all mailed from St John's (with Boston transits), to various places in the US, and all franked with a variety of in-period stamps. One has "Job Bros & Co." advertising on back alongside two nice wax seals from the company, and one has franking on its back as well, a very fine group. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 45/85 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
966 CVR 47, 49 image5c Combination on US Rate Mourning Cover, paid with 3c Blue and 2c Green tied by unrecorded (according to owner) cork cancel from Brigus (JUN.15.1886 broken circle) to Bloomfield, New Jersey and forwarded to Waterbury Conn., with NY PAID ALL and Bloomfield backstamps. Missing back flap, else very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 47, 49 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
967 CVR 47/70 imageGroup of Eight Registered Covers to Canada, all mailed between 1897 and 1910 with various frankings: 8c (Dec. 1908), 9c (Jan. 1898), 10c (3 covers from 1901 to 1910) and 15c (3 covers from 1897) As well as a number of mostly in-period stamps. Covers were all mailed from St John's to Halifax, Montréal, Winnipeg and Brockville. A mostly very fine group. (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 (Newfoundland) 47/70 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
968 PC 48 image2c 1896 Post Card Rate to Ontario, a pre-printed post card from the General Post Office in St John's advertising all of the stamps and stationery available for sale (signed by the Postmaster General himself), mailed St John's (JAN.4.1896 c.d.s. free strike) to St Catharines, Ontario (JAN.30 receiver on front) and franked with a 2c orange Cod, tied by a "N'F'D" style roller cancel (in use in St John's for only one year in 1896). A few creases and overall aging, still an interesting item. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 48 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
969 CVR 48, 55, 60 imageTwo 1895 10c Registered Covers to the United States, both mailed to New York City, one from St John's and one via the Halls Bay R.T.P.O (with St John's squared circle precursor backstamp) with "R.G. Reid / N.N.& W. Railway / St John's NF" backflap. Both have Boston transits and are franked with in-period stamps. Bit of aging on one cover, else mostly very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 48, 55, 60 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
970 CVR 48, 59 image1899 Triple Weight Registered Cover to the United States, mailed from St John's (light July 1899 oval registration datestamp) to Dubuque Iowa (JUL.10 receiver) through Boston, franked with a 10c Schooner and five 2c orange Cod, for a total of 20c (15c triple weight plus 5c registration). Very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 48, 59 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
971 CVR 48/79 imageThree 1897 8c Registered Covers to Halifax, one from Harbour Grace, one from Sound Island (with Placentia, Railway TPO and St John's precursor backstamps) and the other from St John's, all mailed to the same Life Insurance company in Halifax and all with a receiver on back, as well as colourful frankings (one is over-paid by 1c), vertical crease on one, otherwise overall very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 48/79 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
972 CVR 48/81 imageGroup of Four 15c Double Weight Registered Covers to the United States, 1897 to 1898, all mailed from St John's to various places in the US and franked with a colourful assortment of mostly in-period stamps and all have oval Boston transits. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 48/81 ]

Est $ 250

Currently...C$80.00
Will close during Public Auction
973 CVR 53 image5c Pale Blue Harp Seal Single on Short Paid Transatlantic Advertising Cover, rated as double-weight with 5c to pay from St. John’s (MAY.26.1886) with stamp tied by #235 grid cancel on Watchmaker and Jeweller cc. cover to Birmingham (JUN.11 receiver on front), through Liverpool Col. Packet (bs JUN.10 cds). Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 53 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
974 CVR 53 image5c Pale Blue Harp Seal on Transatlantic Illustrated Advertising Cover, stamp tied by #235 grid cancel from St. John’s (SEP.14.1886) on all-over Watchmakers and Jewellers illustrated advertising cover addressed to Birmingham (SEP.24 bs). A lovely and pristine cover. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 53 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$225.00
Will close during Public Auction
975 CVR 54 image15c Rate Cover to Australia, mailed from St John's on FE.9.1889 and addressed to Melbourne, Australia, through San Francisco (FEB.20 transit on back). Originally franked with a strip of three of the 5c dark blue Harp Seal and somewhere along the way a large part of the middle stamp got removed (remaining two are damaged), with "Stamp Lost / In Transit" boxed handstamp. There is also a red "PAID ALL" handstamp on front. Once arrived in Melbourne on APR.11, several attempts were made to try and find the addressee, with many hand written notes to that effect, as well as pink Letter Carrier handstamps on front. Both front and back show a boxed "Unclaimed At / Melbourne" handstamp, and the cover was opened at bottom and re-sealed with stamp selvedge, with a pencil "2/9/89" date, as well as an interesting note on back reading "Opened by Mrs. Strachan but not for her, 11/4/89." The back then shows several circular and boxed datestamps, mostly Dead Letter Office, dated OCT.10 and DEC.3. Very fine, and a rare destination for Newfoundland, plus a great story to boot. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 54 ]

Est $ 750

Currently...C$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
976 CVR 54 imageLoading Warf Improvised Metal Hammer cds, dated (manuscript) "LW March 24th 92" with 5c dark blue Harp Seal stamp tied by grid cancel to transatlantic cover addressed to Scotland (APR.22 Roslin receiver). Back also shows a Little Bay NEWF'D broken circle and St John's c.d.s. Slightly reduced at top with a few back faults and tears, still interesting and probably scarce. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 54 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
977 CVR 54 imageNorth Labrador Moravian Missionary Cover to Germany, franked 5c dark blue Harp Seal cork cancelled alongside Labrador North broken circle (JUL.23.1893 with RF – 450); bs Coastal T.P.O. N. 14 (JUL.27, with RF – 500), St. John’s and Herrnhut (Germany) receiver. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 54 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
978 CVR 54 image5c Blue Harp Seal Short-Paid Double-Weight Cover to the United States, from Cottell’s Island (MAR.2.1893 broken circle) to Augusta (Maine) through Glovertown (MAR.7 broken circle on front), taxed 10 cents due (Boston MAR.19 due duplex) paid by 5 x 2c US postage due stamps (2 on front and 3 on back, all 5 pen canceled in blue crayon). Interesting docketing on back. Closed tear at lower right corner, still an appealing cover. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 54 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
979 CVR 54 image5c Blue Harp Seal on Mourning Cover to France, mailed from Twillingate in May 1895 and addressed to Dieulefit, France (receiver on back) through St John's and "Coastal T.P.O. North" broken circle dated MAY.27 and Calais (JUN.10 transit on front). The cover is franked with a single 5c blue Harp Seal tied by indistinct cork and endorsed "par voie d'Angleterre" but there are no English markings. Open on three sides for display and partially trimmed and resealed, still very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 54 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
980 CVR 55 image5c Blue Harp Seal Single on Cover to Jersey, Channel Islands, mailed from Harbour Britain (faint broken circle on back) to Jersey (FEB.6.1896 receiver) through St John's and "Coastal T.P.O. West" (broken circle), franked with a single 5c blue Harp Seal tied by a cork cancel. Small piece backflap missing, still a good destination and fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 55 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction

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