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British North America continued...

CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1841   PRINCESS PATRICIA'S FDC - 1989 38c Infantry Regiments (#1250ii), lower left plate #1 block of four, on official, unaddressed First Day Cover, scarce, VF

Cat. Value 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1842   FIRST FLIGHT SELECTION - of approx. 50 different. Flights range from the 1920s to the 1950s with the vast majority in the highly collectable late 1920s to early 1930s. Noted lots of early airmail stamps and the odd mixed franking. Many interesting cachets and lots of nice CDS cancels, many from western Canada. F-VF

Get Market Data for [CANADA Collection]

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1843   imageHALF CENT NUMERAL POSTCARD RATE - 1907 (Sept. 13) George Etienne Cartier Monument illustrated postcard, bearing well centered ½c Numeral tied by three-ring Ottawa dispatch addressed to Italy, with light "Imprimé" handstamp along mandatory no handwritten message required to benefit from this elusive half cent rate, VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1844   1850 RE-DIRECTED MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover folded out for display, mailed from Toronto to Barrie Aug. 12, 1850 and then re-directed to Guelph, detailed write-up included, various postmarks including HOLLAND LANDING transit, rerated and eventually reaching Guelph on Aug. 21, an interesting and unusual cover, F-VF

Estimate 350 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1845   imageNESBITT FIVE CENT - EARLY REGISTERED USAGE - 5¢ Postal Envelope (#U1) postmarked April 27, 1860, sent to Hamilton with same-day backstamp, straight line REGISTERED, part of backflap missing but a desirable and scarce usage, (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1846   image$5.00 FIRST DAY COVERS - $5 Victoria Public Library (Scott #1378) matched set of four plate blocks on four unaddressed official FDCs, F-VF (Image1)

Cat. Value 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1847   imageMONEY LETTER BECANCOUR TO QUEBEC - Cover postmarked Becancour in red with June 14, 1849 manuscript date, 'MONEY-LETTER' and 'PAID' handstamps in red, addressed to Quebec with next-day received backstamp, rated 7 in black, VF, a nice item (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1848 og P209 imageKING GEORGE VI 1954 REVALUED POST CARD - 4c on 3c Mauve, the scarce type 5 postal card, VF (Image1)

Get Market Data for [CANADA P209]

Cat. Value 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1849   imagePERCH QUEBEC POSTCARDS - Four unused real photo postcards, three depict fishing activities on the beach, the four portrays a dog hauling a cart of firewood, VF (Image1)

Estimate 80 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1850   imageBEAUTIFUL LEAF & NUMERAL ISSUE 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, VF and attractive (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1851   1843 MONEY LETTER FROM OXFORD - Stampless cover mailed Apr. 28, 1846 from Oxford (now Ingersoll) to Simcoe, endorsed 'Money' with 'MONEY LETTER' and 'PAID' handstamps in red, rated 4/8, manuscript Vittoria 29 April 1846 transit on reverse, an unusual and bulky money letter usage, F-VF, detailed write-up included

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1852   imageQUEEN VICTORIA LEAF WRAPPER USED TO ARGENTINA - 1c green Queen Victoria Leaf folded post band (Webb W8) cancelled at Montreal by legible roller cancellation to Buenos Aires, Argentina; paying the transient newspaper rate (1c per two ounces) no backstamp as customary for such item, a rare destination, VF (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1853   imageTEN CENT SMALL QUEEN - SINGLE USE - 10¢ Bright rose used on cover/wrapper to St. Joseph- Beauce prepaying a very unusual 5x rate, thought to be dated 1884. Fine (Scott #45a) (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1854   imageEARLY MONEY LETTER CORNWALL TO YORK - Cover postmarked by red CORNWALL split ring with manuscript date 20th Nov. 1829, endorsed 'Money Letter' and rated 1 / 10 in red ink, addressed to York and originally containing £20 10sh customs duties, F-VF and scarce (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1855   EPPSTADT FIRST DAY COVER - Scott #142, 2¢ green tied to multi-coloured first day cover with Diamond Jubilee of Confederation slogan and CDS postmarked Ottawa June 29,1927. F-VF

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1856   imageAGENTS & BROKERS 1854 ADVERTISING COVER - Blue cover mailed Dec. 6, 1854 by Henry Chapman & Co. with their double oval handstamp in red, agent's elaborate oval advert inside, mailed from Montreal to Portland, Maine, clear double arc dispatch in black with "6" rate handstamp to collect (or 10¢ US postage). Henry Chapman & Co. were general and commission merchants, serving as banking offices for Lloyds in Montreal. During that period, Chapman was also Consul in Montreal for Hanover, Italy, Prussia, Sardinia and Spain and Vice-Counsel for Sweden and Norway. They became sole agents in Canada for Mumm's champagne, Madeira wines and Irish whiskies in 1857. VF (Image1)

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1857   imageSTAMPLESS MONEY LETTER - May 29, 1843 Money Letter sent prepaid from Kingston to Montreal, rated 9 (for a single sheet of paper) with red double arc postmark and 'PAID' handstamp, neatly written up on an album page, VF condition (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1858   imageJUBILEE / SMALL QUEEN COVER - 2¢ Jubilee and 3¢ Small Queen pair nicely tied by Montreal roller to registered, JC Wilson Paper Makers (owners of Lachute and North River Paper Mills) advertising cover Nov. 16, 1897, an unusual franking, VF (#41, 52) (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1859   imageINCOMING MAIL: 1866 STAMPLESS COVER - Clean cover addressed to Henry Morgan, Prov. Secretary's Office, Ottawa, from New York without postage (thinking to benefit from free franking privilege) postmarked AUG 1 duplex, partial (Union) Pacific Rail Road AUG 1 1866 double ring CDS in blue, crayon "10" (cents to collect) on arrival, unusual, VF (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM
1860   imageMONEY LETTER ST. ANICET TO MONTREAL - Cover postmarked Anicet in black with April 12, 1852 manuscript date, 'MONEY-LETTER' handstamp in red, Huntingdon (Apr. 13) transit and Montreal (Apr. 14) received backstamp, rated 3 in black, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 175 $

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 PM

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