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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2041   imagePlane Crash Cover - O.H.M.S. envelope cancelled with boxed "SALVAGED MAIL AIRCRAFT CRASH PRESTWICK 25-12-54", the original cover including the christmas card (burned and water damaged) from MINEHEAD, SOMERSET, UK. to NOVA SCOTIA in enclosed, a scarce crash cover, (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2042   Three Stampless Folded Letter Sheets - Woodstock, Ont to London, Ont. 1850. The first is a stampless folded lettersheet (blue), showing "Woodstock JAN 31 1850" (double split ring cancel in red), rated (and prepaid) 4½d with red straightline "PAID" handstamp (18mm), reverse with red "London FEB 1 1850" double split ring receiver. Second Stampless folded lettersheet (green), sent from Woodstock, U.C. AUG 5 1850 (double split ring cancel in red) to London rated (and prepaid) 4½d with red straightline "PAID" handstamp (21mm), reverse with London, U.C. receiver. Short message regarding the originally enclosed £40 draft. And final Stampless folded lettersheet (beige) with red "Woodstock U.C. FEB 18 1850" double split ring cancel, rated 4½d in black, reverse with red "London U.C. Feb 19 1850" double split ring receiver.

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Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2043   imageHamilton to Switzerland: UNDERPAID Postal Card - Scott # UX7 uprated with 1¢ Small Queen and tied with CDS duplex "Hamilton Canada Jan 6 90" 9 line grid. The front is marked "Returned for Postage" which has been marked with blue crayon. On the reverse is a clear "DEAD LETTER OFFICE JA 8 1890" split ring CDS. The front also has an Ottawa JA 9 90, a light European receiver 26.I.90.IV as well as Zurich 23.I.90-11 receiver. There is some toning on this most interesting card, (Image1)

Estimate 175 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2044   Two Postal Cards Scott UX4 and UX7 - A clean UX4 Charlottetown PEI to London GB: 1892 uprated to 3¢ by the addition of a lightly tied 1¢ Small Queen and mailed from the Bank of Nova Scotia, Charlottetown, PEI with a "London, E.C. AU 17 92" receiver in red on the front. Secondly UX7 Niagara Falls to Switzerland July 5, 1890 (CDS Hamilton) uprated with a 1¢ Small Queen (CDS Niagara Falls) Both cancels with the same date. Swiss receiver ties stamp, stain from stamp sized label on reverse, private post card from Queens Royal Hotel, Niagara on the Lake, Ont.

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2045   imageTwo QV Half Cent Numeral Picture Postcards - First card Scott #74 ½¢ black block of four tied to 1901 postcard by Quebec (AU 17 01) 9 grid duplex and sent to St. Die, France (28 AOUT) receiver. Second is a 1907 (November 9) Postcard without written message, handstamped IMPRIMES and TIMBRE COTE-VUE, bearing QV ½¢ black, tied to view side with triple ring Ottawa 07 cancel (partially obscure) and addressed to Mexico. A scarce and attractive duo. VF. (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 175 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2046   imageScott #90 Tied by Impressive Split Ring Cancel - Esquimalt, BC Jul 30 09 and Ray Crown Cancel on a color illustrated Totem Poles picture postcard (from Wrangell, Alaska), addressed to England. A beautiful strike, VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2047   QV Issue Paying Picture Postcard Rate to Italy: 1907 - ½¢ Queen Victoria "Numeral" tied by 3 ring orb cancel dated SE 13 1907 sent from OTTAWA to Este, ITALY (no receiver) but handstamped in French "Timbre cote vue" (stamp on view side) and "Imprimes" along with a violet oval C.P.C handstamp. Picture showing Statue of George-Etienne Cartier. Slightly worn on edges. Unusual rate item.

Estimate 55 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2048   Private Picture Postcard Montreal to France: 1903 - Photo view of Chateau Frontenac from Lower Town franked with a 1¢ KEVII on the front.along with Wavy line duplex "Montreal Canada Sep 18 1903", reverse with French "Etranger 29 9 03" receiving. Quite unusual.

Estimate 45 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2049   imageQV 3c Small Queen Covers each with Fancy Cancels - Three individual covers, First domestic letter, CDS dispatch "Welland Ont MY 25 83" sent to Fonstill, Ont. QV 3¢ orange (oxidized) tied by Fancy Intaglio "N" cancel (Lacelle 620). Next, 3¢ tied by a light but legible strike of Fancy "A" in Vertical Grid (D&S 358, Lacelle 208) CDS "Gravenhurst Ont SP 9 86" to Enniskillen with "Bowmanville Ont SP 11 86" transit backstamp, age tone and flap missing. Final cover 3¢ (toned from age and hinged back to cover), tied by Fancy Five Point Star in Circle (Lacelle 976) cancel, CDS "Mount Albert Ont AP 19 83" sent to Markham Villages (no backstamp), with contents. (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2050   imageHalf Cent Small Queen - small envelope franked with single ½c black, #34, tied by Montreal dated duplex cancel. Paper clip mark at left of envelope, otherwise VF. ex: Ted Nixon who believed that is was perhaps a greeting card left at the post office to be picked up by "Master Peter". (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2051   imageOfficial Cancelled Cover: 1933 - Department of the Interior OHMS envelope, light vertical fold and blunt corner, bearing Interior Department Free circular handstamp alongside (obliterated) similar, signed below, mailed to Toronto, Ottawa. Strait line 'Free' machine dispatch at lower left; a rare cover (unlisted in CS, Boggs and Jarrett). F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2052   Toronto to Cape Colony, South Africa: 1904 - Two cent blue Queen Victoria UPU (UX21) with Queenstown transit MR 24 04 postmark on front. Rare destination

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2053   imageGrimsby, Ont. to London, England: 1902 - KEVII 2c tied by CDS Grimsby MY 1 02 duplex to cover mailed to a member of the US Navy in England with an oval 'US Government Despatch Agency 11 May 1908' blue processing marking. Most unusual. (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2054   Bartlett Cover From PEI To New Zealand - 1903 (October 16) A. A. Bartlett corner advertising envelope franked with single QV 2c Numeral, tied by Charlottetown duplex cancels, addressed to Auckland, New Zealand, with Vancouver and San Francisco transits and Auckland receiver backstamps, some adhesion on back and small stain at right. Desirable both as an unusual destination as well as for the Philatelic fame of the sender. F+

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2055   Small Queen 1c Rate Cover - with a single tied by bold cork cancel on large Veterinary and Farmers illustrated advert envelope sent to Maple Lodge, Ont., rough edges and some creases, but still an unusual and uncommon cover. F+

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2056   imageAirmail First Day Cover: 1928 - Scott #C1 5¢ brown olive tied to Sept. 21, 1928 first day cover from Brantford, Ont., scarce. VF (Image1)

Cat. Value 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2057   imageFirst Day 1¢ Quebec - 1¢ Quebec Tercentenary (Scott #97) tied by Peterborough machine cancel to postcard on the first day of issue July 16, 1908, fine and very scarce (Image1)

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Estimate 400 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2058   imageSmall Queen Cover - 10¢ Pink Small Queen (Scott #45b) tied to registered cover from Halifax to Napierville, Que. Jan. 19, 1897, part of flap missing but shows four backstamps, a scarce single franking, (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2059   imageSmall queen Cover to Bermuda - pair (Scott #42) tied to cover to BERMUDA Dec. 14, 1892 from Sackville, N.B. to Hamilton, endorsed per S.S. Alpha via Halifax', Dec. 20 arrival backstamp, some edge faults and toning but a scarce usage, (Image1)

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Estimate 1000 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM
2060   imageCentennial Issue Cover - Small cover with two 1¢ perf 10 booklet singles and a 6¢ orange coil (faulty) tied to cover to Bathurst, deemed shortpaid with 12¢ due paid with two 6¢ black precancels tied by Feb. 8, 1972 Bathurst cancel, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Aug-21, 03:00 PM

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