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British North America continued...

PROVINCES continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2164   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$60.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2165   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$120.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2166   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$210.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2167   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$150.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2168   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$180.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2169 O   imageNew Brunswick Scarce Way Office Cover - 1857 (January 22) Envelope showing partial W.O. Washademoak/NB dispatch on front with manuscript date and large double arc Gagetown NB/PAID in red over manuscript Paid 3. Reverse with Gagetown (JA 26 1857) transit and Fredericton receiver (JA 27), bottom backflap missing, edge wrinkles and soiling, scarce. (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$46.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2170 O   image1854 Redirected Cover - February 21 folded lettersheet with red double arc "St. Paschal, C.E." (manuscript date) "3" rate to Little Falls, New Brunswick, readdressed to Fredericton and additional rate "3" (6p to collect) via Edmundston and Woodstock. Attractive uprated cover, ex. Allan Steinhart. (Image1)

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Estimate 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$65.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2171   imageDouble Weight, 1 oz. Charlottetown: 1861 - Folded blue letter sheet circle dated Nov 28 1861 (Earliest recorded usage of P7) franked with two Scott #1's (right stamp has faults, left appears to be sound) both are pen cancelled with an "X". Stamps and cover exhibit some toning. (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

Currently Opening at...C$160.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2172   imageNew Brunswick Cents Issue Covers - Group of three covers each franked with a 5¢ green Queen Victoria (Scott #8) and all dated in 1868 after confederation, includes Gagetown to Kingston March 24; Saint John to Alma June 4 with Harvey backstamp; and Campbellton to Lackville March 30. F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$65.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2173   New Brunswick Cents Issue Covers - Three covers each franked with a 5¢ green Queen Victoria (Scott #8) -- first being inter-provincial Saint John to Lawrencetown, NS Jan. 4, 1862; then Saint John to Hampden Sept. 23, 1861; also Saint John to Newcastle Jan. 7, 1865 F+

Estimate 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$65.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2174 O   imageMaritime Provinces Pence Issues - A used stock of early issues from the three Maritime Provinces, almost all stamps have flaws of some kind but includes scarce items with New Brunswick #1 (8), 1a (2), 2 (1), Nova Scotia #1 (4), 4 (3), and Prince Edward Island #1 (6) and 3 (5), also a few not counted, a good study lot of these scarce earlies with huge catalogue value (Image1)

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Estimate 1000 $

Currently Opening at...C$700.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2175   image1837 Cumberland STAR CANCEL - Stampless entire with Bathurst December 23,1837 dateline to St. Eleanors, Lot 16, Prince Edward Island, rated a total of 2N0 with lovely strike of CUMBERLAND N.S Star Cancel, and February 1, 1838 handwritten arrival date, light aging, tears and file folds, but still a very attractive example of this scarce star cancel. The example in the Sandy Clark collection sold for approximately $1,000. (Image1)

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Estimate 800 $

Currently Opening at...C$450.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2176   imagePEI Charlottetown to Bedeque: 1863 - Cover franked with PEI Scott #1 (faulty at top - perf 9) cancelled by a light eight line grid cancel. Reverse with faint CDS Prince Edward Island JUN 16 1863 (Lehr P7) ex. Mike Salmon (Image1)

Cat. Value 375 $

Currently Opening at...C$190.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2177   imagePEI Charlottetown to Summerside: 1862 - Entire backstamped Prince Edward Island DEC 3, 1862 (Lehr P7) franked with Scott #1 (fault at UR - perf 9) just tied by a Lehr P136 eight line grid cancel. ex. Mike Salmon (Image1)

Estimate 375 $

Currently Opening at...C$180.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2178 og   PROVINCES - Collection on Scott pages, a perfect little lot to start a collection with, Newfoundland includes over 140 stamps (about half of all issues!) and there are a few Maritime Provinces as well, in the Newfoundland you will find Scott #61-72, 83-86, 111-114, Caribou (ex 12¢), 183-211, 219-225, 226-252, J1-J6, etc., a good clean lot, with high catalogue value, F-VF hinged

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Estimate 350 $

Currently Opening at...C$210.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2179 og   Bartlett Letterhead: PEI - The "Bartlett Letterhead" of Arthur A. Bartlett, managing director of the syndicate of owners for the Nova Scotia and PEI Remainders. This sheet shows the Coat of Arms "E&K H over FEIN" watermark. VF

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$40.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2180 og S   Newfoundland: Full Sheet of 100 - 1944 48¢ red brown Fishing Fleet, Scott #266, in full sheet of 100 stamps, with side plate #41793. Light perf separation at bottom center. Unitrade value for NH $700.00+. VF NH

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$125.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2181 og S   Prince Edward Island Sheet of Sixty (10x6) - 1862-65 QV Scott #5, two pence rose, a complete mint sheet of sixty stamps, fresh colour, F-VF NH

Cat. Value 960 $

Currently Opening at...C$270.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2182 O   imageNova Scotia: 1860-1863 - Three album pages display 25 examples of the 1¢-12½¢ ABNC QV issues, Scott #8-13, about half with pen cancels and the balance with interesting cancels. Includes a cover mailed domestically from Halifax to Wallace, CDS JA 18 68 and received three days later. Condition is mixed. (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

Currently Opening at...C$170.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM
2183   imagePEI - Charlottetown to Summerside: 1863 Entire - with "Prince Edward Island OCT 28 1863" (Lehr P7) franked with Scott #1a QV (fault at LR - typical for perf 9) tied by a Lehr P136 eight line grid cancel. (Image1)

Estimate 375 $

Currently Opening at...C$190.00
Closing..Apr-22, 03:00 PM

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