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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1761   imageWIDOW WEEDS COVER 1898 - Legal cover mailed June 16, 1898 from Truro, Nova Scotia to London, England with a rarely seen single franking of the 50c Widow Weeds (Scott #47), sent registered, stamp tied by oval "R" Truro dispatch CDS; Halifax & St. John M.C. / W / JU 17 98 RPO, St. John NB JU 17 transit backstamps, oval Registered London 1 JY 98 arrival datestamp in red. Opened on three sides for display and some minor flaws which is quite understandable considering the heavy enclosure, the stamp pays a ninefold letter rate (45c) plus 5c registration, a rare correct usage of the 50¢ Widow Weeds o cover, Fine (Image1)

Estimate 750 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1762   imageCANADA NPO / MPO OHMS METERS - About 40 envelopes, mostly large legal size, a few are "window", all with Vancouver or Victoria Naval Post Office, Military Post Office meters, very few are OHMS free frankings, noting meters of Esquimalt Dockyards from 1940s-1950s including various stationery, military department imprints, styles, etc. A few roughly opened but most in nice shape. F-VF (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (All Scans)

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Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1763   imageHALF CENT SMALL QUEEN CIRCULAR RATE COVER - Undated and unsealed envelope addressed to Moncton NB, bearing single ½c black tied by bold, fancy segmented cork, small fault at top centre of envelope, still an elusive periodical / circular rate (weighing less than one ounce), (Image1)

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1764   imageTORONTO MONEY LETTERS - Two Money Letters displaying the two types of 'MONEY LETTER' handstamps that the Toronto post office finally received on July 1, 1851, the first mailed to Montreal July 26 of that year and the second July 4, 1854 to Whitby, the marking in black and in red respectively, a nice duo, VF (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1765   image1874 REDIRECTED SMALL QUEEN COVER FROM SCOTLAND - 1874 (March) Envelope from Scotland with 3p rose (Plate 12) to Halifax with AP 9 receiver. As the addressee had already left the cover was redirected to Braemar, Scotland and franked with a 6c yellow brown perf 11½x12 (#39b) tied by a Halifax AP 18 duplex for the Canadian Packet rate; neat circular Paid Liverpool Br Packet May 2 transit datestamp in red. An unusual pre-UPU cover, Trans-Atlantic in both directions, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 600 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1766   CANADA PLATE BLOCKS ON FIRST DAY COVERS - spanning the mid 1970s through to the year 2000, balance of group offering 170 Plate Blocks and a few souvenir sheets on unaddressed FDCs. Moderate duplication for some issues such as the Confederation Bridge project, etc. No Millennium issues F-VF

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Estimate 175 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1767   image1843 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover mailed March 2, 1843 from Three Rivers, LC with postmark and straight-line 'PAID' handstamp both in black, rated '7' in red ink and sent to Montreal, VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1768   OFFICIAL FIRST DAY COVERS - unaddressed, including both commemorative and definitive stamps issued during the decade of the 1980s. Scott range from 847 to 1263 with fair level of completion offering approx. 200 different including a few se-tenant blocks, overall condition is fine (some with UL corner mark).

Estimate 100 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1769   PERFORATED O.H.M.S ON COVER - 4¢ War Issue corner margin single (#O254, Pos F) tied to June 15, 1945 OHMS cover from Ottawa to Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, VF

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1770   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..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1771   1840 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover mailed Dec. 19, 1840, endorsed money letter by the sender, rated 4/- (triple rate) and clearly postmarked in red along with an equally choice strike of the UK style brass 'MONEY-LETTER' handstamp, VF

Estimate 250 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1772   image1866 COVER WIOTH FIVE CENT BEAVER - Nov. 17, 1866 'Dealers in Lumber' (in blue) advertising cover slightly reduced at right, franked with a 5c vermilion cancelled by light G.W.R. / West NO 17 66 RPO split ring and mailed to Wardsville; Newbury NO 17 and partial large CDS of Wardsville on back, VF; ex Vincent Greene (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1773   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..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1774   image1892 (SEPT. 30) SMALL UNSEALED ENVELOPE - bearing an appealing ½c black (Scott 34) Small Queen, tied by neat Montreal duplex datestamp. An unusual usage of the half cent rate to unaddressed circular with letterbox distribution, couple paper clip marks. Perhaps a greeting card left at the post office to be picked up by "Master Peter". Unless contents were genuinely a circular, the rate should not have been a half cent. Most attractive item; ex. Ted Nixon (March 2012; Lot 27), VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1775   imageEPPSTADT FIRST DAY COVER - 3¢ Carmine (Scott #143) tied to multi-coloured Eppstadt first day cover by Maxville, Ontario June 29, 1927 first day postmark, tiny tone spot on front, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1776   DEFINITIVES ON FIRST DAY COVERS: 1990/1999 - Group of about 30 different official FDCs with definitive issues such as Architecture, Mammals, Fruit Trees, Flags, QEII, coils, etc. VF F-VF

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Estimate 40 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1777   CANADA FIRST DAY COVERS - Large group of well over 400 unaddressed First Day Covers spanning the mid 1970s through 2011 period, some with corner pen script, balance of lotting group, showing good completion and some duplication. Useful lot. F-VF

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Estimate 200 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1778   imagePROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT HANDSTAMP - 1860 (November 3) "On Service" legal envelope, folded at top and reduced at sides for better display, bears a clear circular Inspector General's Office Free handstamp in black (Davis DIG-2; reported usage 1861-1863), straightline "FREE" and clear Quebec split ring dispatch at lower left, sent to Guelph with receiver backstamp; a Fine and early example of this rare department handstamp. (Unlisted in CS, Boggs & Jarrett) (Image1)

Estimate 150 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1779   imageADMIRAL ISSUE ADVERTISING COVER - 3¢ Brown tied to June 21, 1923 cover from Kentville to Kingston, cover pictures an apparently well known pointing dog named Sunset Maxine, VF (#108) (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1780 og   CANADA POSTAL STATIONERY CARDS - MINT - spanning Queen Victoria and QEII. Showing a nice variety of different issues including Reply- Paid's, CN Express Messages, COD shipping cards, QV Letter Cards, etc. Majority of duplication would be in the QEII era though some KGV as P25, etc. Includes a few early Newfoundland as well. F-VF

Estimate 100 $

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

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