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Session Three (lots 360-563): Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 1:30pm continued...

Used to Canada and Maritime Provinces continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
535° c ImageLeft sheet-margin example of the 10¢ 1847 with unusual "slip print" on cover to Canada

10¢ Black (2), huge margins to clear including left sheet margin, unusual slip print creating an even more intense shade, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Oct. 22" circular datestamp on blue folded cover to Belleville, Canada West, sender's routing directive "Via Oswego", manuscript "4" pence due, light strike of receiving backstamp, 1850 docketing on back, Very Fine, a striking cover, ex Moody, Baker, Grunin, Ishikawa, Garrett ("Elite") and Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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536° c ImageSuperb 10¢ 1847 on cover to Brockville, Canada West, which was not charged for Canadian postage

10¢ Black (2), large and even margins, detailed impression on bright paper, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Sep. 23" circular datestamp on folded letter to Brockville, Canada West, the dateline is a clear 1849 but docketing notes 1848, sender's routing instructions "Via Morristown N. York" at lower left, lacking any Canadian transit or rate markings, Very Fine and unusual, an attractive use to Canada, Brockville is just across the St. Lawrence River from Morristown and so Canadian postage was not charged, ex Hart and Boker, with 1969 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 750-1,000


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537° c ImageChoice 10¢ 1847 tied by "10" in circle handstamps on ferriage rate cover to Canada

10¢ Black (2), large margins to ample, crisp impression, tied by two strikes of red "10" in circle" handstamps, matching "New-York Aug. 27" (1850) circular datestamp on blue folded cover to Kingston, Canada West, pencil "3" for ferriage rate, red Kingston receiving backstamp (Aug. 30), Very Fine and choice, scarce ferriage rate use to Kingston, the 3p ferriage rate applied to mail crossing between Cape Vincent and Kingston, which required two ferries and a land crossing--the ferriage rate applied until the new U.S.-Canadian postal treaty took effect on April 6, 1851--very few are known with the 1847 Issue, this is especially desirable with the stamp tied by a "10" in circle handstamp, ex Boker (Image)

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E. 2,000-3,000


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538° c Image10¢ 1847 cover to Kingston, Canada, charged the 3p ferriage rate

10¢ Black (2), large margins to in, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Jun. 5" (1848) circular datestamp on folded cover to Kingston, Canada West, sender's instructions "Pd to the lines", manuscript "3" pence due for ferriage rate applied in Canada (Cape Vincent, N.Y., to Kingston), red Kingston backstamp (June 8), lightly toned mostly along file folds well away from stamp, Fine, the 3p ferriage rate applied to mail crossing between Cape Vincent and Kingston, which required two ferries and a land crossing--the ferriage rate applied until the new U.S.-Canadian postal treaty took effect on April 6, 1851--very few are known with the 1847 Issue, ex Hart and Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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539° c ImageVertical pair of 5c 1847 Issue used to pay the U.S.-Canada treaty rate

5¢ Brown (1), vertical pair, full margins to ample at top, worn-plate impression, tied by black grid cancels and red "PAID" straightline handstamp, matching "Boston 30 May 5cts" (1851) circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Sherbrooke, Canada East, sender's routing directive "Via Derby, Vermont" with red "U. STATES" in framed arc handstamp, red receiving backstamp, Very Fine, very scarce use of 5¢ 1847 on cover to Canada from the brief treaty rate period, ex Sampson, Meroni, "Sevenoaks" and Craveri ("Como"), with 2005 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 1,500-2,000


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540° c ImageA superb 10¢ 1847 paying the U.S.-Canada treaty rate

10¢ Black (2), large even margins, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Jun. 12" (1851) circular datestamp on blue folded cover to Port Hope, Canada, red "U. STATES" in fancy scroll handstamp, Coburg (June 16) and Port Hope (June 17) backstamps, Very Fine and attractive use of the 1847 Issue to pay the new U.S.-Canada 10c treaty rate (effective Apr. 6, 1851), which provided for payment of either 10¢ or 6 pence for mail to and from Canada, the 1847 Issue was demonetized on July 1, 1851, leaving a brief period in which 1847 stamps could be used to prepay the treaty rate, ex Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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541° c ImageThe only recorded 1847 cover to British North America with the New York & Philadelphia Railroad route agent's datestamp

10¢ Black (2), large margins to clear, tied by red "New York & Phila. R.R. May 1" (1848) route agent's circular datestamp, second strike at right on blue folded letter to Halifax, Nova Scotia, sender's directive "pr Steamer 'Acadia' via Boston" was not followed, this was carried over the land route via New Brunswick, backstamped St. John (May 6) and Halifax (May 12), manuscript "1/ 1-1/2" for 1sh 1-1/2p due at right for Canadian postage, missing side flaps, Very Fine, a desirable and rare railroad use to Nova Scotia--this is the only recorded 1847 cover to British North America with this route agent marking and one of only two to foreign destinations (the other, to England, is listed in the USPCS census without a photo)--about half of the 23 10¢ 1847 covers to Nova Scotia recorded by David D'Alessandris traveled by land route; the other half by Cunard steamer (see Chronicle 238), ex Boker (Image)

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E. 2,000-3,000


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542° c ImageThe only recorded 1847 cover addressed to Lower Horton, Nova Scotia

10¢ Black (2), large margins to clear intense shade and impression, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Feb. 2" (1848) circular datestamp on buff envelope to Lower Horton, Nova Scotia, manuscript "Paid" next to stamp with "9" pence due marking at right for amount due from recipient for distance between 60 and 100 miles, four backstamps including St. John (Feb. 9), St. Andrews (Feb. 9), Annapolis (Feb. 13) and Wolfville (Feb. 15), stamp with small margin tear, cover with light vertical file fold at center noted on certificate, slight edgewear, Very Fine, scarce use to Nova Scotia, this is the only example addressed to Lower Horton, ex Craveri ("Como") and Hackmey, with 2006 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 1,500-2,000


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543° c Image10¢ 1847 on cover to Nova Scotia via land route

10¢ Black (2), large margins to just in at right, tied by red circular grid cancel with matching "New-York Nov. 8" (1849) circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, manuscript endorsement "prepd to the lines 10cts" manuscript "1/ 1-1/2" for 1sh 1-1/2p Canadian postage due, backstamped St. Andrews, St. John, Digby and Yarmouth, stamp with tiny crease from placement at top edge, Fine and attractive use to Nova Scotia, ex Stollnitz and Saadi (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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