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Postal History, Canada continued...

Newfoundland by Stamp Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1001 CVR 68 image10c Black Brown Cabot's Ship Single Franking on Registered Cover to Switzerland, mailed St John's on APR.11.1898 (squared circle precursors tying stamp plus free strike) through London (MAY.2 hooded datestamp), with MAY.5 Moudon receiver on back. 10c franking pays for 5c rate plus 5c registration, very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 68 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
1002 CVR 68 image10c Black Brown Cabot's Ship Single Franking on Registered Cover to Alabama, an official General Post Office envelope mailed St John's on JUL.29.1897 (squared circle precursor free strike) to Birmingham, Alabama (AUG.6 receiver on front), through Boston (backstamp), franked with a single 10c paying the 5c rate plus 5c registration fee. Very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 68 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
1003 CVR 75, 76 image1897 1c on 3c Surcharges on Cover to the United States, mailed from St John's on NOV.1.1897 to Cambridge, Massachusetts (NOV.6 receiver) through Boston (NOV.5), the cover is franked with a strip of 3 (with two #75 and one #76 with the better Type B surcharge) plus two singles of #75, paying the 5c United States rate. A very fine cover.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 75, 76 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1004 CVR 76 image1c Printed Matter Rate Cover to Halifax, probably mailed from St John's, this unsealed envelope is franked with a 1c on 3c grey lilac Queen Victoria with a Type B surcharge, tied by a circular grid cancel. Vertical crease, still very fine and a scarce rate.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 76 ]

Unitrade $ 350

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1005 CVR 78 image2c Rate Advertising Cover to Halifax, mailed from Burgeo via Coastal T.P.O. West (SEP.30.1900 broken circle) to Halifax (receiver on back), franked with a very fine strip of four of the ½c olive green KEVIII as a Child issue paying the proper 2c rate, tied by cork cancels to a very fine corner card cover from T. Moulton, General Importer. From 1898 to 1906 the rate to Canada, GB and the Empire was less than the inland rate.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 78 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1006 CVR 78-83 image1899 10c Registered Cover to Germany, mailed St John's on JAN.1.1899 (squared circle precursor free strike) to Germany (Metz FEB.4 receiver) through London (FEB.3 oval registration datestamp on front) and Glasgow (FEB.3 oval registration datestamp on back). The cover is franked with the 6 low values of the Royal Family set, paying the 5c rate plus 5c registration fee. Very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 78-83 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1007 CVR 78/85 imageTwo Different E.R. Krippner Hand Painted "Our Royal Family" Covers, the first mailed registered in 1901 from St John's to Vancouver, franked with 5 different Royal Family issues, depicting the flags of Ireland and the British Red Ensign, reflecting the major population groups of Newfoundland. The second was mailed in 1903 to Montréal, with railway postmark, franked with 5 different stamps from the Royal Family set, and depicting the Irish flag and Union Jack. The cover to Vancouver is a front only, still both very fine and colourful. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 78/85 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$20.00
Will close during Public Auction
1008 CVR 78/87 imageGroup of Five 5c Inland Registered Covers, 1906 to 1911, when the rate was 2c inland plus 3c registration. Mailed to and from Hodges Cove (latest reported date of rare duplex), Harbour Grace, Catalina, Belle Isle, Fortune Harbour, etc., with a variety of in-period stamps used to make up the 5c rate, a few small faults still overall very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 78/87 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1009 CVR 80, 83, 85 imageGroup of Three Postage Due Covers to the United States, 1904-1907, 1904 mourning cover to New Jersey franked 8c with 14c in US dues applied; 1906 cover to Chicago, franked 1c, with "letter enclosed" handstamp on back, with 8c in precancelled dues applied (cover is repaired); and 1907 cover mailed from Carbonear to Vermont, franked 2c, with 6c in dues applied. A mostly very fine and interesting group. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 80, 83, 85 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1010 CVR/PC 80/105 imageGroup of Nine Better Local and Inland Rate Covers and Cards, with 1915 2c Come by Chance oval "Postal Telegraph" datestamp to St John's; 1913 St John's East to St John's 1c drop letter; 1909 1c post card from Nardinis (population 14) to Robinson's Head; 1910 3c Cover mailed from McCallum Bay (also Balena broken circle); 1901 3c cover with scarce Corner Brook duplex (and TPO on back); 1901 1c drop letter to and from St John's (scarce duplex cancel) with George M. Barr advertising; 1903 3c cover from Belloram (originating town) through Garnish (late use of double ring datestamp) with TPO on back; 1899 3c cover from Change Islands with Notre Dame Bay TPO and other TPO on back; and an 1899 3c brown stationery wrapper to Cupid's with receiver and TPO on back. An interesting and mostly very fine group. (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 (Newfoundland) 80/105 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$160.00
Will close during Public Auction
1011 CVR 81 image2c Orange King Edward VII on Colourful Illustrated Cover to Halifax, mailed from Burin (AUG.15.1908 broken circle free strike) to Levi Hart & Son in Halifax, with part TPO on back, as well as a St John's c.d.s. and Halifax receiver. The cover is franked 2c, tied by small oval grid to a nicely illustrated Levi Hart & Son Ltd, cover. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 81 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1012 CVR 81, 85 imageTwo 1904 Advertising Covers with Mail Bag Seals, both with Main River intaglio mail bag postmarks, which were not authorized to be used on mail. First cover is franked with a 2c orange KEVII addressed to Halifax, second is franked with a 5c blue Duke of York to St Louis, MO. Both covers were mailed by "A. Nardini, at Nardini Crossing, Bay St George and both have corner card advertising. They are both undated on front, but the 2c cover has a scarce NOV.2.1903 railway postmark on back and NOV.4 receiver, the other has a St Louis receiver dated SEP.11.1904. The Main River post office opened in 1899 with Mr. Nardini as Postmaster, and closed in 1926 with a population then of 21, and Nardini Crossing is now called Stephenville Crossing. This mail bag seal is in the Pritchard & Andrews proof book with the impression taken in 1899. Very fine and attractive pair of covers. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 81, 85 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
1013 CVR 82, 83, 85 image1900 Registered Cover to France, mailed from Twillingate on JUN.11.1900 (broken circle appears to have "79" year slug) to Dieulefit France (JUN.25 receiver) through St John NB (JUN.15), with three different RPO datestamps and also through Marseille and Paris (despite being endorsed to go via England). The cover is franked with a #82 (may not belong?), 83 (sulphuretted) and 85, all paying the proper 10c rate. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 82, 83, 85 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$60.00
Will close during Public Auction
1014 CVR 82, 83 imageTwo 6c Registered Covers to Great Britain, when the rate was 2c plus 4c registration, with 1902 Bay Islands to Gosport (receiver on back) through Boston where it received a registration label, franked with a strip of three 2c #82 on an "H.M.S. Alert" (probably on fishery patrol) cover. Also 1910 St John's to London, through Liverpool (oval registration datestamp on back) where it received a registration label, franked with a pair of 3c, very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 82, 83 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$275.00
Will close during Public Auction
1015 CVR 82, 85 image1898 Registered Cover to British Columbia, mailed from Wesleyville (JUN.9.1900 broken circle free strike) to Sandon BC (JUN.18 receiver), back shows 8 different datestamps including Bonavista Bay TPO, Montréal squared circle precursor, Revelstoke Station BC as well as a number of different RPO strikes. The cover is franked with a 2c and a 5c Royal Family issues paying the 7c Canadian registration rate. Slightly reduced at right, still very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 82, 85 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1016 og 84, 85 imageCommemorative E.R. Krippner Envelope for the Visit of the Duke and Duchess of York to Newfoundland on October 23 and 24, 1901, featuring the 4c and 5c stamps of the Royal Family set, lavishly adorned in full colour on an unused Bank of Montréal envelope with embossed back flap. Very fine and a great addition to any Newfoundland collection. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 84, 85 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1017 CVR 85 image1906 Triple Rate Cover to the United States, a "Waite's Comedy Co. and Concert Orchestra" corner card cover mailed via "N & W Railway T.P.O." (c.d.s. dated APR.29.1906) addressed to Syracuse, New York, with MAY.4 receiver on back, franked with three 5c blue Duke of York stamps paying three times the 5c rate. Stains and creases, still an uncommon rate.

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Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1018 CVR 87/109 image1914 17c Quadruple Registered Cover to New Zealand, mailed from St John's (JUN.11.1914 large oval registration datestamp) to Wellington New Zealand with JUL.28 receiver, through Montréal (JUN.16 transit). The cover is franked with a total of 17c in stamps (including varieties on the 1c King James I issues) paying quadruple the 3c rate plus 5c registration. Vertical crease (not affecting stamps), bit of toning on some stamps and tears on back flap, still a good destination and rate. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 87/109 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1019 CVR 91-108 imageGroup of Five 7c Registered Covers to the United States, 1911 to 1914, mailed from various places (such as Mose Ambrose) to various US cities, with various in-period frankings paying the 2c rate plus 5c registration fee. One cover mailed from the Postmaster General's Office has all 7 of its 1c #104 stamps trimmed from its perforations, a generally very fine group. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 91-108 ]

Est $ 250

Currently...C$225.00
Will close during Public Auction
1020 CVR 105 image1914 Short Paid WWI Cover to France, mailed from Bay Roberts (AUG.14.1914 broken circles) to Cherbourg, France (receiver on back) through St John's (AUG 15 machine on back), with postman message saying the addressee is "absent" on September 8th. The cover was redirected to Nantes (faint OCT.26 postmark on back). Franked with a single 2c stamp which was short 3c, so 30 centimes in French dues were added. Fine and interesting, having been mailed 10 days after World War I had begun. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 105 ]

Est $ 150

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

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