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Postal History, Canada continued...

Canada Airmail continued...
LotNo. Symbol Cat No. Lot Description
1001 CVR   imageCollection of About 700 Dick Malott Anniversary Covers in 8 Thick Binders, 1969-1979, each commemorating first airmail flights from 1919 and on. Note some minor duplication, still a very good collection of these, all very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 100

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1002 CVR   imageCollection of 425 First Flight and Related Air Mail Covers, 1929-1942, housed in four binders in Vario black stock pages. We note mostly Unitrade #s C1-C3 first flight covers (primarily originating from Western Provinces), a few pilot and postmaster signed covers, air pageant event covers, as well as C3 FDC (at least 5, c.v. $25 each) and a C4 FDC (c.v. $40). We note some duplication of flights, up to 4 in some cases. Some minor creasing and a few with tape remnants, but overall a very fine collection. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 300

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1003 CVR   imageAccumulation of Over 450 First Flight Covers, 1928-1939, all stored in a box. Better flights include AMCN catalogue: #2843 September 5, 1928, Ottawa-Vancouver (x7, c.v. $100 each), #2845a SEP.22. 1928, Montréal-Toronto (c.v. $50), #2803h JAN.25. 1928, Red Lake-Rolling Portage (c.v. $50), #2801a JAN.12. 1928, House Harbour-Moncton (c.v. $50), #2805d FEB.8-11. Port Menier-La Malbaie (c.v. $50). The accumulation includes many of the National Exhibition Jubilee Special Flights along with a number of 1928 prairie flights. Duplication up to five in some cases. Overall fine with some covers suffering from humidity due to poor storage. First time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 200

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1004 CVR   imageGroup of 250 First Flight Covers, 1928-1950s, with 89 covers on old time pages in corner mounts (with cardboard stiffeners inside), the majority ranging from 1937 to 1939. We note better frankings with a few Mufti, Scroll, and Arch booklet panes, coils, C1-C5. etc. The balance of the lot ranges from 1928 to the 1950s which includes two pilot-signed covers, a few routes to the United States and Trans-Atlantic flight to England. Some duplication (up to 5 in some cases), with a few covers having soiling and small faults, but overall condition is very fine. Photos show a sampling. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 100

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1005 CVR   imageGroup of Roughly 300 Commercial Airmail Covers, 1930s-1980s, consisting of domestic, cross border, and international destinations, with solo and combination frankings. Most of the international airmails were destined to Europe (England, Germany, Holland, etc.), along with a few to Australia, Vietnam, and the Caribbean. Better items include: 50c Peace issue solo franking to Australia (SEP.19.1946); 10c per ½ ounce uncommon rate to Brazil (MAR.27.1961); 68c to Vietnam with anti-capitalist tax marking on the front (AUG.22.1985); 15c rate to Berlin-Wilmersdorf (British Sector, JUL.22.1951). Better United States items include: combination USA/Canada franking with 7c Goose and 8c Prexi to prepay airmail services in the United States (includes enclosure letter), an 8c rate dated DEC.16.1933, which was in effect from AUG.1.1932. to JUL.1.1934. Better domestic items include: bag tags (including a clerk hammer), tied air mail etiquette's, and some illustrated mail. Most of the mail are #8 sized envelopes but also includes #10 (roughly 40) to the United States. Online photos show a representative sample of the lot. Some covers have tears and other faults, along with a few fronts, but overall fine to very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 150

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1006 CVR CLP3, CLP5 imageGroup of Aero Club of Canada and Estevan-Winnipeg Flight Covers, 1919-1924, includes CLP3 on an AUG.25.1919 flight cover from Toronto to New York, with 2 vertical creases (either side of the stamp). Also CLP5 on an OCT.1.1924 cover from Estevan to Winnipeg. Plane was forced to land at Bienfait, Saskatchewan and mail was forwarded by rail. The cover has major faults that include creases, small tears and part of the cover is missing at right. Also two covers from the same flight without the CLP5, which are in very fine condition. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 1,350

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1007 CVR CLP5 imageGroup of Three Different OCT.1. 1924 Estevan to Winnipeg Pioneer Flight Covers, two with CLP5 (one wide spacing "e w"), with 3x 1c Admirals and a 3c Admiral tied by an "Via Aeroplane / Estevan, Sask / Oct 1st, 1924" oval cancel in purple. One cover is pilot signed by "E.A. Alton". The third cover is a flown cover without the CLP5 stamp. Winnipeg same day slogan receiver on back, alongside all-over business advertising. One CLP5 stamp is damaged and all three covers have some humidity staining. Overall fine and first time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 650

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1008 CVR CL2, CL3 imageGroup of Three Laurentide Air Service Covers, October 1924, includes two CL2 covers and one franked with CL3. The first CL2 (possible commercial cover), includes the enclosure on company letterhead to a customer in the United States, (see scan online) and includes flight information made by the company (first one we have seen), with Rouyn Lake postmarked OCT.16. 1924 tying a 3c Admiral on the front, and on top of the CL2 on the back. The second CL2 cover originates at Haileybury with an OCT.16. 1924 postmark tying the 3c Admiral on the front and on the back tying the CL2 stamp to the cover, and includes Rouyn Lake receivers from OCT.17.1924 and OCT.24. 1924. The CL3 cover is pilot signed by "C. S. Cardwell", with Rouyn Lake postmark missing month (reads as 3, 1924), on front of cover tying 3c Admiral and a free strike on the front and on top of the CL3 on back. The CL2 possible commercial cover opened roughly (as is normal with commercial covers), and the covers have other small faults from humid storage. The enclosure should be viewed as significant as many of these letters were discarded. Overall fine and first time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 1,195

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1009 CVR CL3, CL4 imageCollection of 7 Laurentide Air Service Ltd. Covers, 1924-1925, with CL3 (x4) and CL4 (x3). Includes flights CL3-2401 (OCT.5.1924), CL3-2500 and 2500a flown JAN.22.1925 between Three Rivers and Larder Lake and Larder Lake to Rouyn Lake (2500 cover is #10 size). Also CL3-2501 and CL4-2501 (x2) from the cancelled Trans-Canada flight from Vancouver to Montréal. All three, as usual have their post office stamp removed. Lastly a slightly trimmed at left Roessler cover from Rouyn Lake OCT.17.1924 to New Jersey (paper adhesion on front). Some with minor creases, otherwise all very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 1,615

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1010 CVR CL5 imageGroup of Three 1925 Northern Air Service Semi-Official Covers with CL5 Frankings, includes CL5-2501, a JUN.27.1925 first flight cover from Haileybury to Rouyn, Signed by the pilot Bill Broatch. Also two commercial covers, an AUG.9.1925 CL5 cover from Rouyn to Century Stamp Co. in Montréal and a SEP.2.1925 cover from Haileybury to Rouyn, to a Mr. A. LaPresle at the Noranda Mines in Rouyn. All three very fine except for 3 hinge remnants on the AUG.9 cover and a bit of toning on the SEP.2 cover's stamp. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Scott $ 1,175

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1011 CVR CL6 image1926 Jack Elliot Unofficial Essay on Cover, mailed Kitchener on MAR.2 to Red Lake through Rolling Portage (MAR.6 broken circle on front), franked with an unofficial essay of CL6 in blue, as usual covered with the issued stamp, both tied by a blue Kenora (Red Lake) oval dated MAR.6. Few small wrinkles, etc, still overall very fine and scarce. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 500

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1012 CVR CL7 imageGroup of Three 1926 Jack Elliot Air Service Covers Franked with CL7, mailed on APR.5.1926 and APR.8.1926 (x2), all flown from Toronto to Rolling Portage, with receiving dates of APR.7, APR.9 and APR.12. All mailed to Roessler in New Jersey, franked with CL7 (with yellow Swastika background). All very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 750

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1013 CVR CL7/CL46 imageGroup of 77 Semi-Official Airmail Covers, 1926-1930, includes 58 Western Canada Airways CL40 covers (mostly addressed to the consignor), with the vast majority from the Mackenzie River flights (CL40-2904). We note better legs including Hay River and Fort Providence with duplication for the more common flights up to 5 in some cases. The group also includes five CL7 unlisted covers from Red Lake, postmarked front and back APR.8. 1926 to Rolling Portage with a receiver on APR.12; CL10-2600 first flight from Haileybury-Rouyn, CL41-2700 pilot signed by "F.J. Stevenson", CL42-2902a first flight from Champagne to Whitehorse along with a CL42 cover posted at Keno Hill, APR.7. 1928 with a Whitehorse APR.16. 1928 tying the CL42 to the cover (was not flown to Whitehorse as the plane was doing promotional flights to Atlin and Carcross), CL43-2802 first flights (x3, two covers from Sioux Lookout to Red Lake and Jackson Manion, and the return from Jackson Manion to Sioux Lookout), CL46-2905 (x4, Prince Albert-Ile A La Crosse, Montréal Lake-Ile A La Crosse, Ile a La Crosse-Montréal Lake, Lake La Ronge-Ile a La Crosse) along with CL46-3000 flight Ile a La Crosse-Prince Albert and CL46-3002 first flights from Waskesiu Lake-Prince Albert and return. The lot also includes two (CL44)-2800 Victoria-Vancouver first flights without the CL44 stamp and a 1922, January 20 Halifax N.S. to St. John's NFLD first airmail, franked with 10c and 20c Admirals (cover did not fly and is considered an interrupted flight with little known about it's origins). The last three covers were not included toward catalogue value. Some covers have faults due to humidity from storage along with tears and other faults. Online scans show a few representative items, also showing the typical condition of this lot. Overall fine and first time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 4,695

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1014 CVR CL9 imageTwo 1926 Elliot-Fairchild Air Service CL9 Air Mail Covers, includes a MAY.6.1926 cover flown from Red lake to Rolling Portage, addressed to Roessler in New Jersey, was then flown onward by Patricia Airways on JUN.27.1926 from Sioux Lookout. Also a JUL.3.1926 cover from the Imperial bank of Canada in Pine Ridge to Toronto. The CL9 is cancelled at Sioux Lookout on JUL.3. Has a Patricia Airways JUL.3 Sioux Lookout backstamp. Patricia Airways was given a post office contract to pick up large quantities of Elliot company's mail after the demise of the company. Both covers are very fine, except the Roessler cover has a vertical fold. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Scott $ 750

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1015 CVR CL10 image1926 Haileybury to Rouyn and Return Flight Covers, both franked with CL10 and properly tied, both are also signed by pilot, a few light wrinkles, very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 450

Currently...C$50.00
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1016 CVR CL10, CL11 imageGroup of Six First Flight Covers with CL10 and CL11, by Elliot-Fairchild Air Transport and Fairchild Air Transport. Includes 2 covers flown on AUG.11.1926 (FF cat. #CL10-2600), one franked with CL10, the other with CL10b (with white dot over the "o" of Elliot variety). Also CL11-2600 and CL11-2600a flight covers with 2 of each, flown OCT.19.1926. All 6 covers are signed by the pilot Glyn R. Burge, and all flown in the Haileybury-Rouyn corridor. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 860

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1017 CVR CL13 imageGroup of Nine 1926 CL13 Patricia Airways & Exploration Flown Covers, includes 6 covers flown JUL.7.1926, with first flights CL13-2602 Sioux Lookout to Red Lake (x1), CL13-2602b Red Lake to Sioux Lookout (x3) ad CL13-2602b Sioux Lookout to Pine Ridge (x2). Also two Roessler JUL.22.1926 covers flown from Red Lake and on to the USA, as well as an ugly SEP.25.1926 commercial cover from the Imperial Bank of Canada in Sioux Lookout to their branch in Pine Ridge. Note one cover with corner mount stains, otherwise all very fine except the commercial cover. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (Scan 6) (Scan 7) (Scan 8) (Scan 9) (All Scans)

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Scott $ 1,250

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1018 CVR CL13, CL13d imageGroup of Four Covers Franked with CL13 / CL13d, all with different dates. The first cover is a first flight originating from Red Lake with JUL. 7. 1926 postmark to Sioux Lookout on the same date, tying the CL13d (route inscription in blue-black along with small "t" in "TO" variety), along with green Maple Leaf cachet on front and back. The second cover is an unlisted flight originating from Red Lake with JUL.22.1926 postmark to Rolling Portage with receiver dated JUL. 23. 1926, with both postmarks tying the CL13 on back. The third cover is an unlisted flight cover originating from Woman Lake and has the Woman Lake company cachet in grey, postmark dated AUG.23.1926, on front, tying a pair of 1c Admirals. The back has the CL13 stamp tied by a Red Lake AUG.26 postmark. (It is interesting that the CL13 was used as mail from Woman Lake should have been franked with a CL18, making this cover underpaid. Few examples are known with CL13 originating from Woman Lake). The last cover is a first flight to Rouyn via Haileybury, originating from Toronto postmarked MAR. 23. 1927, tying a pair of 1c Admirals on the front, with Rouyn duplex postmark, dated AP.1. 1927, tying the CL13 on the back. The front has been signed by pilot "W.M. Cummings" (pilot signed CL13 covers are scarce). Overall fine and first time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (Scan 4) (Scan 5) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 950

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction
1019 CVR CL13c, CL13d imageJuly 7 1926, Red Lake to Sioux Lookout, Franked With CL13c and CL13d, on back (pair has route inscription in blue-black, along with the right stamp having small "t" in "TO" variety). Stamps are tied by green Maple Leaf cachet along with Red Lake and Sioux Lookout postmarks. Front has a 2c green Admiral tied by a JUL.7.1926 Red Lake duplex, alongside a free strike of the green cachet tying part of the sheet selvedge at upper left. A fine and scarce cover. First time on the market, from the Armstrong find. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (Scan 3) (All Scans)

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Unitrade $ 1,050

Currently...C$50.00
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1020 CVR CL14 var image1926 (10c) Patricia Airways Semi-Official with Unlisted Violet Type A Overprint on Cover, the route overprint on this stamp is in violet (not red) and the franking is ideally on front, with JUN.23.1927 Rouyn c.d.s. properly tying it. A rare cover, being one of only three recorded with this unlisted overprint variety. Very fine. (Scan 1) (Scan 2) (All Scans)

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Estimate $ 1,000

Currently...C$50.00
Will close during Public Auction

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