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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1981   imageVF NUMERAL PRECANCEL COVER - Undated "McFarland, Gray & Southgate" Toronto business envelope sent unsealed to Amherstburg, Ont franked with Numeral 1c Style T precancel (T-75) (Image1)

Estimate 25 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1982   imageVF BEAUTIFUL MIXED-ISSUE LEAF & NUMERAL FRANKING - 1899 (March 26) registered cover to Toronto, with Leaf 2c purple pair and single, Numeral 1c (Scott #68, 75) tied by neat split rings of St. Charles River Boyer, Que, straightline REGISTERED, partial Que. Camp M.C. Local squared circle, Quebec and Toronto backstamps, paying 2c letter rate plus 5c registration fee, attractive, (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1983   imageVF ELLIOT-FAIRCHILD SEMI-OFFICIAL FLIGHT - 1926 (August 11) Haileybury - Rouyn first flight; clean cover franked with 2c green Admiral tied by Haileybury CDS, on reverse (25c) red (Scott #CL10) tied by similar CDS, flight cachet and pilot signed, Rouyn AU 12 arrival postmark, (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1984   imageF-VF PATRICIA AIRWAYS SEMI-OFFICIAL AIRMAIL - 1926 (July 7) Sioux Lookout - Red Lake first flight cachet cover; 2c green Admiral tied by Sioux Lookout JUL 7 26 duplex, on reverse (25c) Patricia Airways (Scott #CL13c) with official blue-black route inscriptions tied on arrival Red Lake JUL 7 split ring, light ageing along envelope seams, a scarce flight cover, (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1985   imageF-VF 1934 COMBINATION FIRST DAY COVERS - 1934 (July 1) 3c Jacques Cartier & 10c Loyalists (Scott #209, 210) FDC; group of 15 covers from 15 different cities / towns, each postmarked on First Day. (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1986   HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY COVER - 1911 (March 15) Dept. of Agriculture cover bearing 2c and 5c King Edward VII postmarked House of Assembly P.O. Ontario / Toronto duplex, House of Assembly Registered handstamp in blue at lower left, sent to Hamilton with receiver backstamp. A scarce and attractive cover, XF (CS unlisted cancels)

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Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1987   imageF-VF ½¢ SMALL QUEEN CIRCULAR RATE - ½¢ Black (Scott #34) tied by grid cancel to addressed, unsealed cover to Moncton NB ca. 1883, a difficult rate to find - one of the few proper single usages of this stamp, (Image1)

Cat. Value 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1988   imageSMALL QUEEN ½ CENT UNOFFICIAL RATE - Cover mailed from Halifax with "Nov. 13, 1882" Duplex (VERY EARLY DATE for the half cent), and received in Moncton the next day as an unsealed circular with postmark "Moncton, NB NO 14 82". Maritime postmasters sometimes overlooked the 'new' rules of the Dominion under which this should have been franked with 1¢ postage. The stamp is faulty, nevertheless a very desirable cover. (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1989   imageVF CLEAN LEAF ISSUE COVER - 1899 (August 11) 1c green postal envelope uprated with pair of ½c black Leaf (Scott 66) tied by clear Montreal Flag cancellation, preprinted addressee at Rock Island, Que with light receiver on back, (Image1)

Estimate 50 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1990   imageVF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY "CROWN" DATESTAMP - 1863 (Aug. 14) envelope countersigned John Simpson MP with straightline FREE, and Legislative Assembly Crown and Shield (Davis LA-4) struck in red along with Quebec AU 14 63 split ring to Niagara with G.W.R. EAST RPO transit and clear AU 17 receiver backstamps, (Image1)

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Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1991   imageF-VF SMALL QUEEN COVER TO GERMANY - 1893 (March 16) Four-colour franking paying double UPU letter rate to Germany bearing ½c black pair, left stamp toned but right stamp with Major Re-entry (Pos 1R10), 1c, 3c and 5c grey all tied by Montreal duplex datestamps; London MR 28 and Bochum MR 29 arrival backstamps (Unitrade 34, 34vii, 35, 41, 42), (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1992   imageVF DECIMAL PERIOD RPO UNPAID + CARRIAGE FEE - 1863 (Oct. 21) Legal size folded cover with neat rate handstamp "7" (unpaid) along with small manuscript "2" for ferriage fee for total 9 cents due by recipient, Somerset double ring datestamp at left and straightline "Too Late" (italic) instructional marking; on reverse a mostly clear Quebec and Richmond G.T.R. Way B Down OCT 22 1863 double ring RPO marking (Gray QC-424) and same day receiver, (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1993   imageF-VF DECIMAL PREPAID REGISTERED - 1863 (Feb. 7) Blue legal size envelope from Crown Office at Toronto to Stratford, PAID 5 handstamp, straightline REGISTERED and Toronto split ring datestamp, all struck in red, indicating both 5c postage + 2c registration fee have been prepaid in cash, light FE 9 receiver backstamp, (Image1)

Estimate 50 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1994   imageVF BEAUTIFUL EARLY SHADE OF THREE SMALL QUEEN - 1871 (Sept. 6) Yellow envelope franked with single 3c pale dull rose shade (Scott 37a shade), trivial perf flaws, tied by neat two-ring '7' cancel and St. John NB double arc datestamp at left to Cambridge, NB; partially legible Gagetown transit backstamp, (Image1)

Estimate 40 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1995   imageVF DECIMAL PREPAID TO UK - 1863 (Sept. 11) Folded cover endorsed "p. Canadian S.S. Jura" and "paid drawer 3" at foot with neat unframed "tombstone" Montreal PAID SP 11 1863 datestamp in red, along with red manuscript "6" (6d Sterling) and "7½" (7½p currency) for Allan Line packet postage rate prepaid in cash - a practice of rate manuscript help over from Pence era to signal the British postal clerk that cover had been full paid to Plymouth, England; backstamped with clear small Plymouth SP 22 63 CDS on arrival, (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1996   imageF-VF GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTAL OFFICIAL HANDSTAMP - 1865 (April 19) Blue legal size envelope slightly reduced at right, showing nice Adjutant General of Militia Canada "Crown" embossed crest in red on back, sent free to Montreal, bearing a very fine double ring Militia Department Canada Free handstamp in black (Davis DML-1) at lower left; Quebec dispatch CDS at foot, next-day partial receiver on back. A rare Departmental cancelled cover (Unlisted in CS, Boggs and Jarrett), (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1997   imageSMALL QUEEN ADVERTISING COVER - 3¢ Small Queen (#37) tied to June 20, 1879 cover from Toronto to Armadale, elaborate engraved advert depicting a farmer with two horses and a reaping machine, (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1998   imageSMALL QUEEN COVER TO NEWFOUNDLAND - 1896 (July 6) Cover displaying a lovely three colour franking of 1c, 2c and 3c singles tied by Montreal postmarks, addressed to Newfoundland with Halifax transit and St. John's July 17 receiver backstamps, pays a double preferred letter rate of 3c per ounce, reverse of the cover with all-over Indurine Cold Water Paint advertising in deep blue, Small Queen covers to Newfoundland are surprisingly scarce, VF (#35, 36i, 41) (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
1999   imageDUAL FRANKED AIRMAIL COVER - 1926 (February 8) Flight cover endorsed "Air Mail from Chicago" franked with 3c Jubilee pair and 10c Admiral (#53, 118) all tied by Windsor Feb. 8 postmarks, also franked with a United States 8c green (#C4) pair tied by oval Detroit cancel, the Canadian postage pays double weight plus registration while the US airmails properly pay the airmail fee. The flight was Chicago to Cheyenne to San Francisco and the cover has six backstamps. A rare commercial airmail cover - one of only six known prior to March 1926 and the only one that was mailed registered, VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2000   imagePRIVATE PERFIN ON A POSTCARD - 1915 (July 5) Westmount Park picture postcard mailed from Montreal to Nashua, New Hampshire, bearing an elusive 2c carmine (#106) with "StC" perfin (Messrs F. X. ST. Charles & Co.) for the postcard rate to USA; a very scarce perfin usage, VF (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM

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