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British North America continued...

PROVINCES continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2209   Incoming Cross Border to Nova Scotia - Lettersheet from Philadelphia to Halifax Dec. 3, 1866 affixed with a 5¢ yellow brown Jefferson stamp, 10 cts rate handstamp, and script 'Steamer from Boston'. Reverse shows Dec. 17, 1866 exchange marking, notes indicate that this could be the latest recorded usage of this marking,

Estimate 225 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2210   Nova Scotia Cross Border Incoming - Envelope (buff) mailed from the United States to Kentville, NS on April 15, 1860, red Boston packet postmark, 8d rate handstamp on arrival in Halifax and backstamped with April 19 1860 circular exchange marking, Kentville double arc receiver the following day, a nice item.

Estimate 225 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2211   imageNew Brunswick Way Office - Orange cover (roughly opened and with stain at corner away from stamp) franked with a 10¢ Vermilion (Scott #9) mailed from W. O. Washademoak to Boston with superb dispatch Way Office strike with filled-in manuscript May 18 / 64 date, clear Gagetown MY 18 1864; Gagetown MY 18 and Saint John MY 20 transit backstamps. (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2212   imageNova Scotia Stampless Cover - 1858 (September 9) envelope mailed from Digby to Bent Village near Annapolis bearing a clear "3" rate handstamp in black (Macdonald Type 315), some faults on top backflap; partial Annapolis SE 11 double arc dispatch and light receiver backstamps. A very rare rate handstamp as JJ Macdonald only reported one strike of Type 315 (dated December 13, 1858). (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2213   imageNova Scotia Stampless Cover - Folded lettersheet with Halifax 7 March 1849 dateline, carried by favour to New York and delivered within the city by Boyd's City Express Post with light oval MAR 10 carrier mark in red, F-VF; ex. Carr (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2214   imageEarly Nova Scotia Stampless Cover - 1827 (June 2) Folded lettersheet mailed from Digby to Horton showing a strong Post Office / Digby circle datestamp (Macdonald Type 46 with no inner circle) and filled-in manuscript date June 4 1827 and rated "7". A nice cover, VF (Image1)

Estimate 400 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2215 P   imageNew Brunswick SPECIMEN Proofs - Scott #6-11, A valuable selection of 25 plate proofs on an album page, mostly VF condition, a few duplicates included for shade differences, a great starter lot well worth the estimate, Unitrade value is $2,265.00. (Image1)

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Estimate 400 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2216 P   imageNew Brunswick 1860 cents issue Proofs - Scott #6-11, A valuable selection of 25 plate proofs, in mounts on an album page, mostly VF condition, a few duplicates included for shade differences, a great starter lot well worth the estimate. Unitrade value $2,265.00. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (All Scans)

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Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2217   imageProvinces Forgeries Collection - Fakes and Forgeries with B.C. (4), N.B. (24), N.S. (16) and P.E.I. (5), some interesting and seldom seen items included. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (All Scans)

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Estimate 700 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2218 P   imagePrince Edward Island Proofs - A selection of Tillard proofs, imperforate, and printed in black on glazed paper, includes 2p (14), 4p (4), 3¢ (4) and 12¢ (5), often chosen for plate varieties, cat. $810.00+. (Image1)

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Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2219   imageNew Brunswick Money Letter - Folded cover mailed from Woodstock, N.B. December 14, 1842 to Robert Fulton in Fredericton, large Woodstock datestamp as well as circular PAID marking with 1/2 rate inserted by hand, both markings in red, partial Fredericton receiver on reverse also in red, a very scarce and early use as the registration system was only introduced in 1852, attractive and F-VF (Image1)

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Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2220   imageNova Scotia Money Letter - Folded cover endorsed 'Money' and mailed from Pugwash to Halifax April 3, 1845, Pugwash and next day backstamps in red, rated '9', F-VF and scarce, detailed write-up page included (Image1)

Estimate 275 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2221   imageNew Brunswick Official Money Letter - Folded letter from Richibucto to Fredericton July 22, 1846, endorsed 'Money' and 'On Her Majesty's Service' reverse shows an unusually clear double arc dispatch postmark partial Saint John transit and Frederickton receiver July 25, minor aging, rated 3/- which was a very high rate at the time, Fine and scarce, detailed write-up included (Image1)

Estimate 275 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2222 1 Prince Edward Island - QV 2c rose tied to buff cover by grid cancels, sent to Ch Towan (Charlottetown), back flap missing and partial large Prince Edward Island circular postmark, horizontal fold well clear of stamp, overall a nice usage. F-VF

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Estimate 350 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
NEWFOUNDLAND
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2223   imageNewfoundland Corner Advertising Covers - Tanuis Basha & Sons and Brake Motor Supplies, both companies in Bay of Islands, Newfoundland. First one tied at 'Curling B.O.I. AU 5 08 Newf'd' franked with Scott #82 and mailed to St. John's. Second tied at 'Curling JUL 28 49 Newf'd' franked with a pair of #245 and mailed to Bay D'Espoir, nice duo. (Image1)

Estimate 175 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2224   imageMeter Stamps on Cover - A lovely collection of 30 different meter covers, a few are window envelopes. Starts with the first known type by The Avalon Telephone Company (Walsh PM1) and continues to James Baird Limited (Walsh PM56). A few roughly opened, most are clean and in protective pages. A very difficult group to put together. F-VF (Image1)

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Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2225   imageHalifax Flight Cover "1" of 1921 below "f" of Halifax - 35¢ red (#C3d) tied to Nov. 26, 1921 attempted flight cover from St. John's to Halifax, very scarce, F-VF (Image1)

Cat. Value 700 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2226   imageHillig and Holgar Flight Cover 1931 - Hillig and Holgar cover from Denmark to New York, via plane "Liberty, franked with Danish and US stamps, and autographed by both of the aviators, scarce thus, VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2227   imageNewfoundland Railway 2c + 5c Neopost Meter - Envelope with two legible meters 2c & 5c Neopost "N 15" combination meters with dater St. John's 22.XII.38 at left, addressed to Toronto, Canada. Rarely seen or offered. Walsh PM15 subtype - cat. F-VF (Image1)

Cat. Value 350 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM
2228   imageWabush-Katsao Flight Covers - Four airmail covers to Labrador includes single frankings of the 60¢ and 75¢, one with two 30¢, and the last with a 10¢ and two 15¢ brown, a nice combination of rates and frankings, C9, C14-C17, all dated July 1933 F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-17, 03:00 PM

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