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British North America continued...

PROVINCES continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
3462   Early Prince Edward Island Cover - Stampless Folded Letter with seven different postmarks, originally sent from Milo Bay, PEI March 2, 1847 and addressed to Philadelphia, usual overall toning, postmarks of Amherst (NS) MR 5 1847; Dorchester, St. John and St. Andrew's (NB); and Robbinston (Maine), scarce early usage. F-VF

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3463   Arthur A. Bartlett Letterhead - A lovely fresh example of the engraved letterhead of this famous stamp dealer who operated in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island in the late 1800s, seven stamps are reproduced in full colour at the top (B.C.#7, N.S. #8-9 and 11-13 and finally P.E.I. #7, a seldom seen item today and a lovely collateral item for a Maritime Provinces collection. VF

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Estimate 80 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3464 F   imageScarce Prince Edward Island Forgery - 4¢ Green lower half sheet of 50 of the lithographed 'BIRMINGHAM' FORGERY, usual faults and some selvedge missing but likely the largest remaining multiple of this seldom seen forgery, Gratton catalogue value $5,000.00 F (Image1)

Estimate 1000 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3465   imageNew Brunswick Stampless Cover - 1842 (July 29) Folded lettersheet with "Miramichi / Chatham July 29 1842" dateline, Miramichi, NB Paid double arc dispatch in black with filled-in date, showing extremely rare (unlisted) PAID AT CHATHAM (39 x 3mm) straightline handstamp; dual manuscript rates "Paid 1/2" and "1/4 cy" for Trans-Atlantic voyage to Liverpool, England. F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3466   imageNew Brunswick Cover - 1866 (Sept 26) cover bearing a well centered 1c Locomotive (Scott #6) tied by oval grid cancel; Way Office Mouth of Millstream CDS with filled-in date and partial P.O. Bend of Petitcodiac transit backstamp, Dorchester OC 1 receiver. An elusive 1¢ circular rate sent from a small town, VF (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3467 P   imageNew Brunswick Cents Issue - 1¢ to 17¢ Cents Issue of 1860-1863, the complete set of six in lovely plate proof pairs, each large margined with fresh colour, this set includes the first stamps in the world to picture a train and a ship, Very Fine (#6P-11P) (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Cat. Value 890 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3468   Newfoundland to Halifax - 1921 Airmail - Nfld, Scott #C3 - normal spacing without period after 1921 type, on clean cover CDS dated St. John's in Nov. 1921 and received in Halifax Feb. 4, 1922. VF

Cat. Value 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3469   imageNewfoundland to Halifax - 1921 Airmail - Nfld, Scott #C3h - narrow spacing with period after 1921 type, tied on clean cover CDS "St. John's Nov 21 1921" dispatch and reverse with receiving "Halifax Feb 4 1922". VF (Image1)

Cat. Value 400 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3470   Prince Edward Island Proofs - Scott #3, 6p Queen Victoria reprinted die proofs, the complete set of ten different colours from the original die, a lovely lot for display, in choice very fine condition,

Cat. Value 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3471   imageRoyal Family Issue Cover - #83b, 3¢ Wartime Printing tied by N.W.Railway TPO postmark Dec. 5, 1918, pays 2¢ postage plus 1¢ war tax, a nice item, ex John Walsh, (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3472 F   imageBritish Columbia Forgery Sheet - $1 on 3p Green, a complete sheet of 25 of the Spiro forgery, the overprint is in black, minor stains at top mostly in margins, the left and right columns are IMPERFORATE BETWEEN the stamps and the sheet margins, a rare item from the Walske collection, F-VF F (Image1)

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Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3473 F   imageBritish Columbia Forgeries - Group of 13 forgeries (Scott #7/13), retail value $590.00, we note #7 (two types), #11 (8 diff), #12 corner margin pair and #13 imperf single, a nice group F-VF F (Image1)

Estimate 225 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3474   Nova Scotia: 1844 Stampless - Clean folded letter sheet from Yarmouth (double ring postmark JU 20 1844 in red) to Halifax (black JU 28 1844 receiver), rated 11½ in black, scarce, VF

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3475   imageNova Scotia: Pence Cover - 3p dark blue (Scott #3) with four nice margins, tied by light grid cancel to part cover from Halifax to Truro Feb. 12, 1857. VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3476   imageU.K. Cover to Nova Scotia - QV 1p (2) and 4p vermilion tied by three "466" numeral grids to folded cover from Liverpool to Halifax June 9, 1866, Halifax, carried by the RMS China of the Cunard Line June 18 b/s, file fold not affecting stamps, Fine and scarce. (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3477   imageIncoming Cover from U.S.A.: 1865 - 5¢ brown Washington tied to folded letter sheet from Philadelphia to Halifax, endorsed "Steamer from Boston" with "10 CTS" handstamp on front. June 21, 1865 Boston and Halifax June 23 backstamps, a nice cover showing a very late usage of the exchange marking. (Image1)

Estimate 375 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3478   Nova Scotia: Stampless Cover 1852 - Cross-border letter sheet dated Nov. 9, 1852 from New York to Pictou, endorsed "for Halifax per Steamer from Boston, rated "8" prepaid covering the 5d rate to Halifax and additional 3d to Pictou, nice "U. States Halifax NO 12 1852" postmark on reverse and faint Nov 18, 1852 Pictou receiver, a nice item, ex Sandy Clark.

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3479   imageHalifax Exchange Marking 1850 - Cross-Border folded blue entire from Boston to Pictou (via Halifax), rated 1n3, carried on the Cunard ship S.S. Hibernia, clear 'U-States Halifax JY 25 1850' postmark on reverse along with Pictou receiver JY 28 1850. VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3480   imageUSA Cover with Nova Scotia Rate - Envelope mailed from Boston to New Glasgow June 30, 1867 (the day before Confederation), some foxing and tone, rated 13½c. due in Halifax with circular handstamp in black (8½¢ port charge plus 5¢ inland charge). The cover is franked with a 5¢ brown Jefferson, tied by cork cancel to cover and mailed aboard the ship 'Cuba', arrived in Halifax (now part of Canada) August 1st, ex Sanderson and Sandy Clarke. (Image1)

Estimate 325 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM
3481   imageNova Scotia Stampless to England: 1801 - Early stampless lettersheet from Halifax to London with double straight-line Halifax postmark on reverse 'OCT 27 801', nice red wax seal, rated 3/8, some overall toning as to be expected with a 200 year old cover, ex Sandy Clarke collection. F-VF (Image1)

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Estimate 225 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-26, 03:00 PM

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