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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1801   SPECIAL EVENT COVERS, CUSTOM ENVELOPES - To commemorate or promote events of national or international importance. Lot includes 75 different covers spanning the Scott numbers of S-11 and S-119, all different, (1991/2018). Unitrade cat. value US$375.00 VF

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1802   PAID TOMBSTONE HANDSTAMPS - "Montreal Paid MR 10 1845 CANADA" on a front and the other "Halifax Paid May 2 1859 Nova-Scotia" script 3 on a small envelope with faults, both handstamps in red, Fine

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1803   imageSEVEN CENT ADMIRAL COVERS 1914-1918 - Scott #113 (and shades), five registered covers, including sage green Nov. 17, 1914 to Springfield, Mass., 7¢ straw from Chilliwack to England, F-VF, a nice group (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$1.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1804   image1852 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover mailed March 31, 1852 from River Trent, UC with black postmark, sent via London and Toronto with their straight-line 'MONEY-LETTER' handstamps and backstamps in black, circular 'PAID 3d' in red in red, arrived in Sandwich Apr. 5 with red backstamp, VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1805   FIRST DAY COVERS: 1973/1979 - Commemoratives only with about 100 unaddressed covers showing a fair degree of completion for the decade, mostly singe stamp frankings, F-VF

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1806   image1854 ADVERTISING COVER AGENTS & BROKERS - 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 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1807   image5C SMALL QUEEN PAIR ON COVER TO BERMUDA - 1892 (December 14) Cover somewhat reduced at left and some edge faults, paying a double UPU letter rate to Bermuda, franked with pair of 5c grey (Scott 42), light perf toning, tied by Sackville CDS, a second clearer strike shown at left, endorsed "Per S.S. Alpha via Halifax" via Halifax', Hamilton DE 20 92 backstamp; a scarce double weight cover to Bermuda, (Image1)

Estimate 500 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1808   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 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1809   imageFIVE CENT SMALL QUEEN ON SIX COVERS - Lot of six covers 1881 (July 15) blue cover to Ireland, 1881 (Dec 12) 5c deep shade to Manchester, England, 1883 (April 24) 5c has perf flaws at top due to placement, mailed to Scotland, 1884 (July 4) 5c bronze green shade tied by Halifax duplex to London, England, 1894 5c grey wing margin tied by Quebec duplex to England and 1895 (June 21) Toronto to Paris, France. Second and third cover with light foxing / ageing, otherwise nice group of Trans-Atlantic rate covers, F-VF (Image1) (Image2) (All Scans)

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Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1810 og   CANADA POSTAL STATIONERY ENVELOPES - MINT - spanning Queen Victoria and QEII. Showing good variety of different issues including Wrappers, Telegraph, Registered, OHMS, corner advertising with window (Dominion Livestock Branch), etc. Majority of duplication would be in the QEII era though some Queen Victoria and KGV as well. F-VF

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Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1811 og P209 imageKING GEORGE VI 1954 REVALUED POST CARD - 4c on 3c Mauve, the scarce type 5 postal card, VF (Image1)

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Cat. Value 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1812   imagePRIVATELY DELIVERED MONEY LETTER - Folded cover mailed Match 13, 1849 from Toronto to Montreal, endorsed in red 'Money' and 'Private', delivered by private messenger (the letter indicates the writer's mistrust of the post office!), a nice item from the Horace Harrison collection, F-VF (Image1)

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Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1813   imageSEMI-OFFICIAL AIRMAIL COVER - 1926 (July 7) Red Lake - Sioux Lookout first flight; cover with flight cachet in green, bearing 1c yellow Admiral pair tied by grid cancels, Red Lake split ring at left; on reverse a Style One trial first printing with narrow spaced marginal inscription. "RED LAKE" measures 15.5mm instead of 20mm, tied by same Red Lake JUL 7 split ring departure and Sioux Lookout CDS on arrival, F-VF (#CL13trial) (AAMC CL13 trial-2602a) (Image1)

Estimate 750 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1814   image1832 MONEY LETTER - Stampless cover endorsed 'On His Majesty's Service' and mailed February 13, 1832 from Port Hope with black postmark showing date inserted by hand, rated 2/4 in black and sent to York, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1815   1851 MONEY LETTER - Cover front folded out for display and with the original letter, mailed from Quebec to Toronto Oct. 17, 1851, endorsed with handstamped 'MONEY-LETTER', circular PAID 6d and Quebec postmark all in red, Toronto Oct. 21 receiver in black, nicely written up on an album page, Fine and scarce

Estimate 150 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
CANADA REVENUES (FEDERAL)
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1816   imageBILL STAMPS ON DOCUMENT - Queen Victoria 20¢ blue, First Issue Bill Stamp, two singles affixed on a two-part Exchange note for £400 each, dated Quebec, May 20th 1865, light file folds and some bent perfs on top stamp, rarely seen on document, a showpiece, F-VF (#FB11) F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 500 $

Currently Opening at...C$1.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1817 og   imageNEW BRUNSWICK: TOBACCO TAX BOOKLET PANES - 1¢ Black rouletted, two complete booklet panes of four imperforate between, rarely seen in this format, VF NH (Van Dam #NBT1c), (Image1)

Cat. Value 500 $

Currently Opening at...C$0.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1818 FB5, FB10 imageBILL STAMPS ON DOCUMENT - Queen Victoria 5¢ and 10¢ Bill Stamps, ideally tied by crisp *Molson's Bank* cancels to May 9, 1865 T. Riddell cacheted bill of sale, couple of light folds but in remarkable condition for such an old and seldom seen item, F-VF (#FB5, FB10) (Image1)

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Estimate 300 $

Currently Opening at...C$27.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1819 og FB17 imageQV MINT BLOCK - 1864 QV $3 Blue, UL block of 24 (6x4) with selvedge along two sides and the overall condition for this high value multiple is quite impressive. Typical uneven gum with some disturbance and hinge re-enforcement along some perfs. Van Dam FB17 cat. value $1,920. F-VF OG (Image1)

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Estimate 750 $

Currently Opening at...C$106.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM
1820 FB27 image10¢ Trial Colour plate proof strip of three printed in brown on card showing plate imprint at right, F-VF (Image1)

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Estimate 100 $

Currently Opening at...C$1.00
Closing..Feb-09, 03:00 PM

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