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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1741   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..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1742   imageTORONTO LARGE DOUBLE RING DATESTAMP - Lot of three stampless covers struck with large Toronto datestamp (R. Lowe HS121) dated JA 15 1840 rated "1/2" to Montreal, NO 19 1841 rated "2/3" to Kingston and SE 30 1844 with same-ink "Too Late" (italic), rated "1/1½" to Montreal; clear to very fine strikes, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1743   1840 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover mailed from Grimsby to Vittoria May 1, 1840, endorsed 'Money' and originally rated FREE, this was crossed out and double rated 9 pence, this in turn was thought incorrect and a note was made on the reverse that there was 7½p owing, an interesting cover demonstrating the confusion over postal rates of the time, F-VF

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1744   imageSMALL QUEEN COVER TO FRANCE - 1876 (May 4) Cover franked with vertical pair of 5c olive green perf 11½x12 (#38a) in a lovely bright shade, cancelled by neat segmented corks, La Patrie, Que split ring dispatch, London PAID 17 MY 76 transit and Calais 17 MAI; Cookshire MY 4, Lennoxville MY 5 transits and Castelsarrasin 19 MAI receiver backstamp; light stain left. A scarce, early usage of the 5¢ Small Queen, F-VF, ex George Arfken and illustrated and discussed in his book "Canada's Small Queen Era 1870-1897" (Image1)

Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1745   imageBRITISH COLUMBIA ADVERTISING METERS - Group of 25 meter covers in clean condition from early 1940s to about mid-1950s, mostly different advertising "slogan" meters, majority from Vancouver and Victoria, BC, VF (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 60 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1746   EARLY FIRST DAY COVER - 2¢ Green Confederation Issue (Scott #142) tied to multi-coloured Eppstadt FDC postmarked in Ottawa, a lovely item from this early cachet maker, VF

Estimate 125 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1747   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

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Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1748   image1865 EMBOSSED ADVERTISING YELLOW COVER - 5¢ Beaver tied by Montreal duplex to March 10, 1865 tied bright yellow envelope with embossed advertising of Robert Seath Wholesale Clothier, sent to Owen Sound with light March 14 receiver, cover slightly reduced at right, a Very Fine and striking cover (Scott #15) VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1749   image1836 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover endorsed 'O.H.M.S.' mailed February 2, 1836 from Quebec, LC with two-ring postmark and straight-line 'FREE' and 'MONEY LETTER' handstamps all in red, sent to the Postmaster in Toronto, some water stains at top edge and light crease, F-VF, ex Harrison, rare (Image1)

Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1750   PRIVATE 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

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1751   image1826 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover endorsed 'Money Letter' and datelined November 2, 1826 from Cornwall, mailed to the Receiver General in York and rated 1/10 (double weight) in black ink, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1752   KING GEORGE V COMPOUND DIE ELECTION ENVELOPE - 1c and 2c green embossed Form 95 11-27 (75M) English imprint unused envelope, 240 x 105mm, VF Webb EN802

Cat. Value 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1753   imageEARLY MONEY LETTER PERTH TO YORK - Stampless folded cover datelined Perth 3rd August 1827, mailed to York, endorsed 'Free' at upper left, straightline 'PERTH' in black on reverse, sent by a postmaster, the cover originally contained £27, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 300 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1754   imageDEAD LETTER OFFICE CANCELLED - A postcard (depicting Chateau de Ramesay) mailed from Montreal to Maine and franked with a 2¢ Washington, forwarded to the DLO where a 1¢ green Admiral was affixed and postmarked, date unclear (Image1)

Estimate 50 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1755   imageCROSS-BORDER MONEY LETTER - Folded cover from Montreal to New York endorsed 'Money' and mailed Oct. 9, 1845, from the famous Kennedy correspondence, rated 4½ in red, the cover originally contained a Bank of Upper Canada draft for £500, F-VF and scarce, detailed write-up page included (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1756   imageSMALL QUEEN COVER TO GERMANY - 5¢ Gray pair (Scott #42) tied by March 17 (1892) Montreal duplex postmark to cover carried by the 'S. S. Servia' to Mannheim, Germany, London transit and March 29 Mannheim receiver, VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1757   imageSIX CENT LEAF ISSUE COVER - 1898 (February 28) Cover from Hamilton to Leipzig, Germany, franked with a single 6c brown (Scott #71) tied by two strikes of three-ring Hamilton FE 28 98 CDS and showing full strike of Hamilton FEB 28 Flag "B" cancel at left, German receiver backstamps. A rare single-franking of the 6 cent on cover overpaying the 5 cent UPU letter rate to Germany, VF (Image1)

Estimate 600 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1758   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..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1759   imagePATRICIA AIRWAYS FLIGHT COVER - (25¢) Green and Red lower margin pair (#CL13c, CL13d) tied by postmarks and cachet to July 7, 1926, the Red Lake - Sioux Lookout First Flight; pilot signed, the pair shows the very scarce official Blue-Black route inscriptions, right stamp additionally shows the small "t" in "TO" variety, a desirable and scarce usage, VF (Image1)

Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1760   imageSMALL QUEEN HOUSE OF COMMONS COVER - 1897 (September 21) Cover with intact wax seal of Inland Revenue Accountants Branch, oval Registered Ottawa Free SP 21 97 postmark (Davis OR-2), handstamped signature at left, sent to Philadelphia; an unofficial letter so postage was required, franked with well centered 1c yellow and 10c brown red neatly cancelled by "C" in circle (Lacelle 334) denoting government mail that could not be "free franked". Small cover repair, neat double ring SEP 23 receiver backstamp. A remarkable "free frank" stamped envelope paying double weight (6c) plus 5c registration to the US, VF (#35,45) (Image1)

Estimate 500 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM

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