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Postal History, Canada continued...

Newfoundland by Stamp Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1021 CVR 105, 106 image1911 Cover Grand Bank to Mexico City, mailed from Grand Bank on SEP.7.1911 (broken circle free strike), to Mexico City, with SEP.11 receiver on back, alongside a South Coast T.P.O. datestamp, franked with 2c + 3c Royal Family issues paying the proper rate. Very fine and scarce destination. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 105, 106 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$60.00
Will close during Public Auction
1022 CVR 114 image1912 Registered Cover to Germany, mailed from St John's on MAR.23.1912 (machine cancel ties stamp) to Stuttgart, Germany with Liverpool and London registration transits dated APR.8. The proper rate should have been 10c (as this was probably not a double weight cover) then this is overpaid by 5c, still a scarce single franking, especially on such a pristine little cover. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) 114 ]

Est $ 100

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1023 CVR J2 image1940 Harbour Grace to St John's with Postage Dues, mailed Harbour Grace possibly in 1940 (date difficult to read) to St John's with a 4c Princess Elizabeth franking, then manuscript 8c due, covered up with a strip of four of the 2c vermilion postage dues (perf 10) tied to #10 size cover by circular grids. An uncommon due franking, very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) J2 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1024 CVR   imageRemainder Lot of 13 Covers from 1896 to 1914, with a nice variety of material, with 1896 uprated EN4 to France; 1903 2c single on cover to Ireland; a picture post card (depicting the S.S. Bloodhound being towed) from Duckworth St St John's (broken circle) franked with two Canadian 1c KEVII stamps, marked with cypher markings and due 4c; a 1911 cover from Sound Island P.B. to Vermont with franking and postmarks on back; four covers to Halifax with various frankings, including one registered and one with Canadian 2c due stamp; advertising cover to Sombra Ontario, 4c Duchess of York single on double weight cover from Trinity to Montréal; and three incoming covers, one (front only) from Charlottetown, one from England and one from the US with St John's DLO marking on back. A mostly 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) (Scan 12) (Scan 13) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) Collection]

Est $ 400

Currently...C$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
1025 CVR   imageRemainder Lot of 13 Covers from 1920 to 1948, with a great variety of interesting material, including inland, to Canada, to the United States, to England, one to British Honduras, many are registered, most have interesting frankings such as single frankings, sets, etc. We also note a good variety of postmarks and other interesting attributes. Overall very fine, all covers are 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) (Scan 13) (Scan 14) (Scan 15) (Scan 16) (Scan 17) (Scan 18) (Scan 19) (Scan 20) (Scan 21) (Scan 22) (Scan 23) (Scan 24) (Scan 25) (Scan 26) (Scan 27) (Scan 28) (Scan 29) (Scan 30) (Scan 31) (Scan 32) (Scan 33) (All Scans)

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Est $ 350

Currently...C$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1026 CVR   imageRemainder Lot of 29 Covers to Foreign Destinations, from 1919 to 1939, with a great variety of interesting material, including to Canada (x1), United States (x13), England (x10), others to Italy (x2), Switzerland, South Africa, Mexico, most are registered, most have interesting frankings such as single frankings, sets, etc., also with different rates. We also note a good variety of postmarks and other interesting attributes. Overall very fine, all covers are 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) (Scan 13) (Scan 14) (Scan 15) (Scan 16) (Scan 17) (Scan 18) (Scan 19) (Scan 20) (Scan 21) (Scan 22) (Scan 23) (Scan 24) (Scan 25) (Scan 26) (Scan 27) (Scan 28) (Scan 29) (All Scans)

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Est $ 600

Currently...C$325.00
Will close during Public Auction
Newfoundland Stationery
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1027 CVR EN1, 28, 53 image20c Foreign Registration Uprated Stationery Cover to Germany, franked by 5c pale blue and 12c pale red brown on 3c stationery envelope, tied by circular grid cancels from St. John’s (MAR.10.1891 c.d.s.) to triple weight registered (15c rate + 5c registration) cover to Leipzig, Germany through London. Vertical light folds, still an appealing cover.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN1, 28, 53 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1028 CVR EN1, 56a image½c Deep Orange Red Pairs Uprating a 3c Stationery Cover, stamps tied by circular grids to 3c EN1 envelope from St. John’s (APR.12.1893) paying 5c Canadian letter rate to Halifax (APR.6 receiver). A small part of back flap missing, still very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN1, 56a ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1029 CVR EN1, EN2, etc. imageGroup of Five Uprated 3c Stationery Envelopes, with 1903 uprated by 3c, written "Registered" but mailed to Germany regular because 4c short; 1902 uprated by 2c to Hungary; 1908 uprated by 5c St John's to Germany (either paying the 8c double rate, or over paying the 5c rate by using a stamp that was the same colour as the printed stamp); 1912 uprated by 10c mailed registered from St John's to Boston; and 1915 uprated by 4c mailed registered Island Cove to New York City. An overall 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) EN1, EN2, etc. ]

Est $ 500

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1030 CVR EN1, etc. image1895 Uprated 3c Stationery Envelope Registered to England, then Germany, mailed registered from St John's (OCT.10.1895 squared circle precursor) to Farnham, England (OCT.29) through "Glasgow & Carlisle / Sorting Tender" c.d.s. then re-addressed to Berlin, Germany by affixing a 2½d Queen Victoria, tied by Farnham squared circle, with German receiver and London registration transit. The envelope is uprated with a ½c and a 24c stamp plus a stationery cut-out, for a total of 29½c. Insignificant small stains on back, still very fine and colourful. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN1, etc. ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1031 CVR EN2, 58, 60, 78 image1899 Uprated Registered 5c Stationery Envelope to Germany, mailed from St John's (SEP.1.1899 oval registration datestamp) to Altendorf, Germany (SEP.13 receiver) through Glasgow (SEP.10 oval registration datestamp) and endorsed "Per S.S. Assyrian". The 5c cover is uprated with 3 different shades of the 3c slate Queen Victoria plus two different ½c stamps totaling 15c (10c plus 5c registration). A pretty cover, with hand-drawn REGISTERED number box, etc., with some toning on the stamps, else very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN2, 58, 60, 78 ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1032 CVR EN2, 81 image1903 3c Uprated Stationery Cover Registered to Trinidad, British West Indies, uprated by a 2c orange KEVII and mailed registered from Bonavista on JAN.10.1903 (broken circle free strike) to Port of Spain, Trinidad with no receivers, but went through Halifax (JAN.23) and New York (JAN.27) where it received a registration label. Tears and overall aging, still a very rare destination from Newfoundland. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN2, 81 ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1033 CVR EN2, EN3, 44, 48, 60 imageGroup of Three Different Rates 1895 Uprated Stationery Envelopes, first is a 3c EN2 uprated with a 2c red orange Cod to Switzerland (Zurich receiver and Glasgow packet letter transit), second is a 3c EN2 uprated 2c red orange Cod and 1c Prince of Wales registered Brigus to St John's, with railway T.P.O. and St John's squared circle precursor backstamps, third is a 5c EN3 uprated by a pair of 1c Prince of Wales and a 3c Queen Victoria from St John's to Leipzig Germany (receiver on back plus two different oval London datestamps on front). An attractive and very fine trio. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN2, EN3, 44, 48, 60 ]

Est $ 300

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1034 CVR EN2, EN3, EN4 imageGroup of Four Stationery Covers Mailed Overseas, an EN2 3c cover mailed Placentia (OCT.9.1902) to St Pierre & Miquelon (with TPO on back, probably mailed at a friendly rate and took 20 days to get there); two EN3 5c covers mailed 1909 (St John's duplex) to Austria and 1902 (Trinity broken circle) to Germany (both with receivers, one to Germany also has a Glasgow transit); and an EN4 5c registered 1896 cover to Germany (with London hooded registration datestamp and German receiver on back). A very fine and interesting group. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN2, EN3, EN4 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1035 CVR EN3, EN4, etc. imageGroup of Four Uprated 5c Stationery Envelopes to Foreign Destinations, 1900 registered to Halifax, uprated by 4c to pay the double weight registered rate, with book seller advertising on back; 1898 registered to Lincoln England, uprated by a total of 5c; 1898 registered to Leipzig Germany, uprated by 5c; and 1901 registered to Cleveland Ohio, uprated by 10c paying the double weight rate. A good variety of different stamps and postmarks, overall very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN3, EN4, etc. ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
1036 CVR EN3, etc. image1895 Uprated 5c Stationery Envelope Registered to England, then Germany, mailed registered from St John's (OCT.10.1895 squared circle precursor) to Farnham, England (OCT.29) through "Glasgow & Carlisle / Sorting Tender" c.d.s. then re-addressed to Berlin, Germany by affixing a 2½d Queen Victoria, tied by Farnham squared circle, with German receiver and London registration transit. The envelope is uprated with a ½c, 1c, 5c, plus a stationery cut-out, for a total of 13½c. Open on three sides for display, very fine and colourful, ex. Baron. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN3, etc. ]

Est $ 150

Currently...C$100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1037 CVR EN4, 59 image10c Black Schooner Uprating a Double Weight Registered Stationery Cover to Switzerland, tied by circular grids to 5c stationery envelope (N. Ohman stamp dealer handstamp on back) from St. John’s (scarce oval registration marking dated OCT.21.1893) through London. Berne receiver backstamp (NOV.2). Very fine.

Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) EN4, 59 ]

Est $ 350

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1038 PC P1P image1873 1c Post Card Hand Drawn Copy, drawn in a greenish ink on a thick card, with notation on back reading "Copy of the design of the Newfoundland Post card (without the groundwork) by W. G. McMillan, London" and gives his address at "104 Jermyn St. London S.W.". Unfortunately the item is undated, but we assume it must date from late in the nineteenth century. Very fine, and a very interesting collateral item for the Newfoundland collector. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) P1P ]

Est $ 200

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1039 PC P1 image1875 and 1876 Inland Use 1c Post Cards, first mailed St John's (faint red DEC.29.1875 despatch) to Harbour Grace (DEC.30 receiver on front) with distinctive cork cancel. Second (with fancy Commercial Bank of Newfoundland printed back) mailed St John's (DEC.27.1876 red broken circle) to Harbour Grace (part receiver) with TOO LATE handstamp which would have been used within a half hour before the mail's closing time. Small stains on both cards, still scarce early uses. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) P1 ]

Webb $ 650

Currently...C$10.00
Will close during Public Auction
1040 PC P1 image1874 and 1879 Inland Use 1c Post Cards, first mailed to and from St John's (faint red paid despatch) datelined on back "July 31 / 74" requesting the addressee to show up for a cricket game on the "Quidi Vidi Ground", with distinctive cork cancel. Second mailed from Brigus (OCT.21.1879) to Harbour Grace (part receiver on front), with a message relating to a visit from the Bishop. A very fine pair of pre-1880 use P1 cards. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (Newfoundland) P1 ]

Webb $ 650

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

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