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British North America continued...

PROVINCES continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2181   imageVF NOVA SCOTIA PENCE COVER - franked with a nice 3p blue (Scott #2), tied by grid cancel and mailed from Yarmouth to Mill Village, backstamped with red Yarmouth NS NO 13 1859 double split ring. Mill Village was a way office at the time, ex Sandy Clarke. (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

Currently Opening at...C$162.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2182   imageNOVA SCOTIA PENCE COVER - franked with 3p blue (an unusual dark shade on blued paper) tied to buff envelope by oval bars cancel, sent Mar. 13, 1858 from Wilmot to Halifax, stamp is fresh with mostly large margins, cover shows some wrinkling, back faults. (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

Currently Opening at...C$162.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2183   imageEARLY NEW BRUNSWICK 'SHIP LETTER' COVER - Folded stampless cover bearing the rare Saint John "Ship Letter" straight-line in black, sent to Fredericton Nov. 22, 1803, also bears a very rare "Paid" handstamp in red, central fold, reverse somewhat faulty but with partly fine St. John N*B* Novr. 27.1803 datestamp, a very nice item for the postal historian, ex Glassco and Malcom Montgomery collections. (Image1)

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Estimate 675 $

Currently Opening at...C$501.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2184   F-VF NOVA SCOTIA 2¢ RATE ON COVER - Scott #9, 2¢ Queen Victoria tied by faint Nov 9 1865 Bridgeport postmark to county rate brown rust coloured cover, Nov. 10, 1865 Annapolis double ring transit and Clementsport receiver backstamps.

Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$45.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2185   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$378.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2186   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$189.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2187   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$170.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2188   imageNEW BRUNSWICK CENTS ISSUE - 1¢ to 17¢ Plate proof singles, the complete set of six on card mounted india paper, ex American Bank Note Archives, VF (Scott #6-11) (Image1)

Estimate 400 $

Currently Opening at...C$225.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2189   imageF+ INCOMING CROSS BORDER TO NOVA SCOTIA - 1860 (April 18) Buff envelope mailed from the United States to Kentville, NS, endorsed "paid via Boston" with light Boston BR. Pkt Paid datestamp, manuscript "5" rate to Boston and in transit at Halifax handstamped "8d" for rate to Interior of Nova Scotia, via Halifax; on reverse U.States / Halifax AP 19 1860 (Macdonald HAL-16 - the latest recorded date), Kentville double arc receiver the following day, a nice item, (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$76.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2190   imageSUPERB HALIFAX EXCHANGE MARKING - 1845 Blue stampless folded lettersheet in choice condition mailed from Boston to Halifax showing on reverse, a very early usage & extremely fine strike of the exchange marking "UD. STATES / HALIFAX OCT 18 1845 (Macdonald Type HAL-16) applied on arrival. Rated "1/" in manuscript and carried by Cunard steamer, (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$54.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2191 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) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 750 $

Currently Opening at...C$600.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2192 O   imageNOVA SCOTIA CENTS ISSUE - Three album pages displaying 25 examples of the 1860 Queen Victoria Cents Issue (Scott #8-13), some with interesting cancels, includes two Baddeck '5¢' markings, a cover mailed domestically from Halifax to Wallace (Jan. 18, 1868)etc., mixed condition but a useful group (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$135.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2193   imageSUM SLICK - Small cover written by Thomas Haliburton (from Windsor, N.S. and author of the Sam Slick series) and mailed to London, Aug. 7, 1851 Halifax transit and UK Aug. 18 receiver in red (Image1)

Estimate 90 $

Currently Opening at...C$54.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2194 1 F-VF 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.

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Estimate 350 $

Currently Opening at...C$180.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2195   imageF+ INCOMING COVER TO HALIFAX - 1866 Folded cover mailed from Philadelphia to Halifax, endorsed "Steamer from Boston", franked with U.S. 5c brown lightly cancelled, DEC 3 dispatch CDS at left, CTS 10 rate handstamp applied on arrival at Halifax; on reverse partially clear UD. States / Halifax DE 7 1866 (Macdonald Type HAL-16), (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$67.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
NEWFOUNDLAND
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
2196   VF WATERMARKED STAMP PAPER - A most unusual item; unprinted (and ungummed) paper clearly showing four impressions of the "Coat of Arms" watermark, from Perkins, Bacon & Co. archives. This paper was used for printing their definitives, commemoratives and airmails between 1931 and 1938; a neat item for reference and display, VF

Estimate 50 $

Currently Opening at...C$23.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2197 O   imageF-VF NEWFOUNDLAND "235" CANCELLATIONS - A nice trio of this scarce cancel struck on Scott #42, 49a and 53, (Image1)

Estimate 55 $

Currently Opening at...C$27.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2198 og   imageVF NH NEWFOUNDLAND CHRISTMAS SEALS - Scarce mint block of four of the 1946 issue Newfoundland Christmas seal (similar design for Canada 1946 issue) with NEWFOUNDLAND overprint in red at foot, natural straight edge at foot, (Image1)

Estimate 25 $

Currently Opening at...C$15.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2199   NEWFOUNDLAND METER POSTAGE 1941/1949 - Included are the Midget, the Neopost and the Pitney-Bowes. Six Covers all showing the 4¢ internal rate, three different are business corner cards including The Royal Stores, Bowering Brothers and Bowater's Newfoundland Pulp and Paper. Generally F-VF.

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$108.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM
2200   "PAID ALL" CIRCLE CANCEL ON COVER - This provisional was used for a few days in October 1897 in St John's during a stamp shortage, a nice example of a very short lived usage,

Estimate 50 $

Currently Opening at...C$31.00
Closing..Jan-20, 03:00 PM

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