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CANADA COVERS continued...

CANADA 1903 KING EDWARD-VII COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
121 image1907 QUEBEC-CITY PRINTED MATTER RATE to INDIA, #89 correctly pays the 1¢ UPU printed matter rate on Private Post Card dated JUN10,1907 and addressed to POONA-INDIA with receiver h/s JUL12,1907, apparently not accepted as a printed matter item (possibly due to the hand written return address) and taxed 5 centimes (1¢) to pay the 2¢ British Empire rate, unusual postage due error with good markings and a very scarce destination, also a nice card showing the Quebec Montmorency Falls in winter, F-VF ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
122 image1907 MONTREAL RATE to CHINA, #90 pays the 2¢ UPU postcard rate dated MAR30,1907, addressed to SHANGHAI with a British Post Office (B.P.O.) receiver h/s on MAY4,1907, scarce destination with 38 days in transit, also a nice card showing the Montreal Dominion Square with the YMCA Building, VF ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$85.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
123 image1907 TORONTO to AUSTRIA & REDIRECTED, single franking #91 pays the 5¢ UPU letter rate on cover dated AUG31,1907, addressed to VIENNA with receiver b/s SEP11,1907 then redirected 200 miles west to GROSSGMAIN-AUSTRIA on the German border with receiver b/s the next day, a scarce destination and VF ($90+ US) (Image)

C$125+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
124 image1909 VICTORIA-BC REGISTERED to GERMANY, 10¢ single franking #93 pays the 5¢ UPU letter rate + 5¢ registration fee, tied on cover with a VICTORIA-BC roller cancel and cds dated NOV18,1909, addressed to HAMBURG-GERMANY with routing via MONTREAL on NOV 25th, small closed tear UL, a rare franking cat $425, F-VF ($250+ US) (Image)

C$350+

SOLD for C$220.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
125 image1912 MacLAREN IMPERIAL CHEESE COMPANY, TORONTO, green illustrated adv showing 7 Imperial Brand products including cheese + peanut butter + desert jelly + olives + mustard ++, on #89 franked cover to pay the 2¢ Empire letter rate, dated APR23,1912 and addressed to LONDON-ENGLAND with arrival MAY 4th, some stains from the trip, F-VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
126 image1910 BEATTY FARM IMPLEMENTS, FERGUS-ONT, red illustrated adv showing cow stanchions + traveling pulleys + hay carriers, on #90 franked cover dated JUN20,1910 and addressed to GREENWOOD-ONT, scarce adv and VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
127 image1908 MILTON BEAN POULTRY, TORONTO-JUNCTION, illustrated adv showing the White Wyandottes Poultry Club logo, on #98 franked cover mailed at WEST-TORONTO-STN-D on SEP15,1908 and addressed to TORONTO, small closed tear LHS, a very scarce Tercentenary adv cover, F-VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
128 image1919 REGINA-SASK REGISTERED to HOLLAND, #98 (x8 block) pays the 5¢ registration fee + the 11¢ UPU letter 3 ounce rate (5¢ first oz + 2 x 3¢ per subsequent oz), on cover dated APR19,1919 and addressed to ROTTERDAM with arrival MAY 14th, Canadian censor No.C.222 (in Holland) sealing tape, a large cover trimmed RHS, late use of the Quebec Issue but a very scarce rate and F-VF est ($100+ US) (Image)

C$150+

AVAILABLE
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
CANADA 1911 KGV "ADMIRAL" COVERS
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
129 image1917 WINNIPEG OFFICIAL FREE to USA, an advice of Money Order envelope form M.O.No.4 P.M.-1,000,000-2-2-16 and FREE franked by convention to the postmaster at DES-MOINES-IOWA, mailed on MAY17,1917 noting a good Winnipeg Flag cancel, VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
130 image1911 CANADA USED ILLEGALLY in USA, 1¢ Admiral #104 on postcard mailed at the SAULT-STE-MARIE-MICH post office on OCT22,1913 and addressed to STRATHCONA-ALTA with receiver b/s OCT 26th, undetected by postal authorities in both countries and no postage due charged, unusual and VF ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$35.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
131 image1925 MONTREAL EXPERIMENTAL MACHINE, a scarce Joseph Lamoureux machine slogan cancel BUY GOODS MADE IN CANADA (Coutts B-752), on a city drop letter dated NOV24,1925 with a nice Ritz Carlton Hotel illustrated Lion logo and NOV 25th purple h/s Received in damaged condition, likely from the experimental machine, a very scarce machine cancel, VF cancel est ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$90.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
132 image1925 MONTREAL EXPERIMENTAL MACHINE, a scarce Joseph Lamoureux machine cancel with two slogans noting BUY GOODS MADE IN CANADA and CANADIAN GOODS ARE BEST (Coutts B-752 and C-267), on a city drop letter front dated NOV6,1925, a very scarce machine cancel with both slogans, a front only, VF cancel est ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$190.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
133 image3 BETTER CANADA TOWN CANCELS 1911-1914, all are clear split-ring cancels on postcards, includes a scarce MOUNT-NEMO-ONT (Halton Cty 1906-1914), a LAKE-DE-MAY-ALTA (1903-1916 RF-E), and LUELLA-SASK (1911-1927 RF-D), all are described and retail priced at $200, VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
134 image1930 VIRDEN-MAN 1¢ HOUSEHOLDER BULK RATE, a single franking #120 pays the fee to deliver 50 circulars to all VIRDEN households on JUN19,1930 at the rate of 1¢ each, on form No. 9P.-250,000-6-7-28, VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
135 image1926 KITCHENER-ONT ½¢ HOUSEHOLDER BULK RATE, a pair franking #120 dated DEC27,1926 pays the fee to deliver 200 circulars to all Households on the Kitchener Letter Carrier walk No.2 at the rate of ½¢ each, on form No. 7P.-50,000-3-3-26, VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
136 image1921 HOLLYBURN-BC 13¢ REGISTERED RATE to USA, Admiral #129 coil and #116 pays the 2¢ USA letter rate + 10¢ registration fee + 1¢ war tax on cover dated MAR30,1921 and addressed to VANCOUVER-WASH, redirected to RFD-WARRENTON-OREG + forwarded to KLAMATH-FALLS-OREG, finally RETURNED to WRITER via VANCOUVER-BC on MAY9,1921, total of 17 postal markings, VF ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$60.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
137 image1920 NANAIMO-BC ILLEGAL SPECIAL DELIVERY to USA, Admiral #108 and #E1 pays the 2¢ USA letter rate + 1¢ war tax + illegally pays the USA 10¢ special delivery fee with a Canadian stamp, on cover dated MAR15,1920 to BOSTON prior to the Special Delivery convention, the Nanaimo Postmaster was unaware that the #E1 stamp was invalid in the USA and no special delivery service was provided at BOSTON, album adhesions on back, scarce illegal use and F-VF ($100+ US) (Image)

C$150+

SOLD for C$85.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
138 image1925 TORONTO EMPIRE RATE to NEWFOUNDLAND, Admiral #105,109 pays the 3¢ Empire letter rate + 1¢ war tax on cover dated APR8,1925 and addressed to ST-JOHN'S-NEWF,D, slight cover trim LHS, quite a scarce rate and F-VF ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
139 image1927 CHATHAM-ONT EMPIRE RATE to IRELAND, single franking Admiral #109 pays the 3¢ Empire letter rate on cover dated JUL9,1927 and addressed to DUBLIN, VF ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$45.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM
140 image1922 TORONTO SHORT PAID DOUBLE RATE to ENGLAND, Admiral #108 pays the 3¢ Empire letter rate for the first ounce but short pays both the 2¢ second ounce fee and the 1¢ war tax, on cover dated OCT11,1922 and addressed to WORCHESTER-PARK-ENGLAND, taxed 10 centimes (2¢) in error and changed to the correct 15 centimes (3¢), only the single deficiency 1½d (3¢) postage due charged and paid by British #J1-J2 stamps, scarce and VF ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$75.00
Closing..Jun-27, 07:00 PM

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