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CANADA COVERS continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
1641   imageREDIRECTED SMALL QUEEN COVER TO ITALY - 1876 (November 24) An attractive, clean cover from Fingal, Ontario to Menton, France; slightly reduced at right, bearing a 2c green and a 3c red strip of three (all perf 11½x12 ) cancelled by neat manuscript, light split ring dispatch at left, strip tied by London Paid 11 DE 76 CDS red transit, crayon "3" denoting 3d British Claim; Menton 12 DEC arrival. Then forwarded across the border to San Remo, Italy with next-day backstamp; free of charge according to UPU postal regulations as both countries had joined on January 1st, 1876. Postage to France was to 10c per half ounce January 1876 effective to August 1, 1878 when Canada joined the UPU. An unusual franking overpaying by one cent the short-lived pre-UPU 10 cent rate and forwarded without postage due to newly adopted regulations between France and Italy, F-VF (Unitrade 36e, 37e) ex. Michael Rixon collection (Image1)

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Estimate 750 $

Currently Opening at...C$384.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1642   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$119.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1643   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$35.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1644   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$63.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1645   image1897 JUBILEE COVERS - 3¢ Diamond Jubilee (Scott #53), fifteen single franking covers addressed to Halifax and mailed mostly from small towns in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, includes scarce postmarks such as Apohaqui, Five Islands, Nelson, River Herbert West Side, Caledonia Corner, etc., F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 225 $

Currently Opening at...C$98.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1646   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$126.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1647   image1835 MONEY LETTER FROM DUNNVILLE, UC - Aug. 20, 1835 Folded cover from Dunnville with double-ring postmark in red with hand-inserted date, endorsed 'Money' and rated '2/3' (triple rate) in black, large red 'M' indicating money was enclosed, mailed to Toronto, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

Currently Opening at...C$98.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1648   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 a high level of completion offering over 350 different FDCs including se-tenant blocks, pairs, and booklet panes. F-VF

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$84.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1649   imagePREPAID 1851 STAMPLESS COVER - 1851 (April 29) Folded lettersheet mailed prepaid from Toronto to Hamilton, postmarked Toronto Canada Paid AP 29 1851 datestamp in red, red manuscript "3" postage paid with next-day arrival backstamp. This cover was mailed less than a week after the issue of Canada's first postage stamp (3p Beaver), VF (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$35.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1650   imageEXCISE STAMP USED ON COVER - 4¢ blue excise stamp used from Sarnia to Hamilton Sept. 25, 1943, charged 8¢ due with handstamp and a pair of 4¢ red violet affixed (#J17), F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$50.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1651   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¢ Leaf on cover overpaying the 5¢ UPU rate to Germany, VF (Image1)

Estimate 500 $

Currently Opening at...C$252.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1652   image1841 MONEY LETTER FROM KINGSTON - Neat blue folded cover postmarked Queenston Oct. 19, 1841 and rated 2/9 (triple rate) to Kingston, endorsed 'Money' at upper left with straightline MONEY-LETTER in black applied on arrival, the postmark shows an inverted '6' used as a '9' and inverted '17' used as '41', an interesting cover, VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$83.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1653   imageHALF CENT NUMERAL1907 (SEPT. 13) POSTCARD RATE - franked 1/2c Numeral on a George Etienne Cartier Monument illustrated postcard, bearing well centered issue 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 125 $

Currently Opening at...C$63.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1654   imageSCARCE 1926 FLIGHT COVER - 3¢ Admiral (#109c) tied my Montreal duplex to Sept. 3, 1926 cover carried by train to New York, 8¢ green US airmail (#C4) tied by cachet for the first flight to Philadelphia, then to the addressee in British Honduras, Philadelphia and Belize backstamps, a great cover, VF (Image1)

Estimate 250 $

Currently Opening at...C$125.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1655   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$42.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1656   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 $

Currently Opening at...C$21.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1657   imageGOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTAL OFFICIAL HANDSTAMP - 1865 (April 19) Blue legal size envelope slightly reduced at right, showing nice Adjutant General of Militia Canada "Crown" embossed crest in red on back, sent free to Montreal, bearing a very fine double ring Militia Department Canada Free handstamp in black (Davis DML-1) at lower left; Quebec dispatch CDS at foot, next-day partial receiver on back. A rare Departmental cancelled cover (Unlisted in CS, Boggs and Jarrett), F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$98.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1658   image1837 MONEY LETTER - July 27, 1837 folded letter from Grimsby to Queenston, early Grimsby postmark with hand-inserted date, endorsed 'Money' and 'Free' (mail between postmasters was free), the letter contained money for American postage due and Queenston was the nearest exchange office, an interesting cover, F-VF (Image1)

Estimate 200 $

Currently Opening at...C$84.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1659   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$280.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM
1660   image1940 COVER TO BERMUDA - 5¢ UPU block of four on Dec. 31, 1940 blue cover from Vernon, BC to St. George's, Bermuda, censor marking at left in turquoise, VF (Image1)

Estimate 75 $

Currently Opening at...C$41.00
Closing..Aug-17, 03:00 PM

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