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LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
526 c Toronto Station C three ring orb cancel collection, 1906-1910, fourth hammer collection "3-TC4" with 130+ stamps and 150+ covers/cards from Sep 7 1906 (ERD) to Jun 7 , 1910, includes Quebec Tercentenary usages and many select strikes. Ex Miller.

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Est. C$150

SOLD for C$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
Cancels - Toronto Numeral "2"s and numerals
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
527 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancel, Lacelle Type #18 (D&S Type 1A and 1B) on #23 1¢ Large Queen, both with creases. Lovely strikes. (Image)

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$220.00
Will close during Public Auction
528 c image1869 Toronto fancy "2" ties #23, 1¢ Large Queen (pre-affixing tear) on circular from Toronto to Brantford, Ont. The printed form inside is from the Framers' Branch Mutual Fire Insurance Company with a blue company datestamp of Nov 17, 1869. The Toronto 2 postmark is a late state of Lacelle #27 (D&S Type 28) which matches the reported period of use, Oct - Nov, 1869. This could possibly be the latest recorded example. (Image)

Est. C$500

SOLD for C$550.00
Will close during Public Auction
529 c image1869 Toronto fancy "2" ties #27 6¢ Large Queen (faulty) on cover with major tear (NO 25 69) to Queenston, Ont, paying 6¢ double weight letter rate. Lacelle Type #33 (D&S type #12) used only between November and De¢ 1869. (Image)

Est. C$250

SOLD for C$220.00
Will close during Public Auction
530 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancels on #23 1¢ Large Queen including D&S Type #3, 5, 9, 11, 21, 24, 25 and 35 (straight edge). Examples are well struck with the occasional fault as expected. The "35" is Lacelle #47 and only one strike is known on the 1¢ Large Queen. (8) (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$600.00
Will close during Public Auction
531 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancels on #25 3¢ Large Queen including D&S Type #4, 8, 10, 12, 13, 17, 18, 23, 26, 30, 33, 41, 49, 53, 62, and Duckworth #73 "II". Examples are well struck with the occasional fault as expected. (16). (Image)

Est. C$500

SOLD for C$700.00
Will close during Public Auction
532 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancels on #27, 28, 30 6¢, 12 1/2¢ and 15¢ Large Queen including D&S Type #2, 115, 27, 38, 55 and #63. The Type #55 is on 1¢ Small Queen and the 12 1/2¢ on paper is a two ring "2" . Type 55 on 15¢ LQ is thought to be bogus (Lacelle D15). Occasional faults as expected but scarce on higher denominations. (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
533 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancels on Large Queens incl. Day & Smythie Type #2, 13, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24, 30, 31 and Duckworth #73 "II". Faults throughout but nice strikes. (10). (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$600.00
Will close during Public Auction
534 O imageToronto fancy "2" cancels incl. Lacelle Type #39, ??, 38, 40 and plain 2 ring, and fancy circular segmented outer area. (D&S Type #14, 16, 38 similar, possibly unlisted, 55, a plain 2 ring (also unlisted similar to Lacelle #40) and a fancy with circular segmented outer area). The "16" in colour on 3¢ Small Queen is thought to be bogus (Lacelle ##D14). (Image)

Est. C$200

SOLD for C$260.00
Will close during Public Auction
535 c image"44" two ring ties #37 3¢ Small Queen, Indian red on cover from Owen Sound (AP 9 70) to Toronto bs (AP 11). A tidy cover with lovely stamp and rare two ring cancel. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$95.00
Will close during Public Auction
536 c image1869 Toronto two ring "2" ties #25 3¢ Large Queen on cover (AU 3 69) to Vittoria, Ont bs via Simcoe bs (AU 4 69). A clear example of the two ring, struck through cloth. (Image)

Est. C$75

SOLD for C$85.00
Will close during Public Auction
537 c image1870 Owen Sound 2 ring "44" ties #37 3¢ Small Queen Indian red shade (AP 7 70) on cover to Toronto, "Pay 138" indicating paid to charge box. Docketing at right. RF "5". (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$450.00
Will close during Public Auction
Dead Letter Office- Brian Draves collection Part I
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
538 c imageDead Letter Office stationery collection, 1869-1960s, 49 items being mostly ambulance covers, variety of rated, DLO cancels, across Canada, mounted and written up in album. Ex Plain. (Image)

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Est. C$400

SOLD for C$700.00
Will close during Public Auction
539 D image1873, 1883 pair of DLO documents incl. 1873 letter from Gilbert Griffin (post office inspector, later PMG) to Wm White dateline "London Ont 16th Jany 73" regarding finding a packet of lots letters, "RECEIVED AT P.O. DEPARTMENT" and DLOS-7 "DEAD LETTER OFFICE CANADA"; second document DLO form "D.62.-1,000-21-12-'81." DLO memo returning letter with money or coin enclosed registered outside of Canada with "DEAD LETTER OFFICE CANADA" (MR 1 1883). Ex Rixon, Plain. (Image)

Est. C$200

SOLD for C$170.00
Will close during Public Auction
540 c image1874-1898 Canada Dead Letter Office Canada specialized collection mounted on 42 exhibit pages, mostly Small Queens, few letter cards and three pieces, organized by DLO cancel type. Spotted DLOS-4 with "W" in year date on 1881 cover, DLO2f-1 type (DLO Branch Superintendent oval on 3¢ Small Queen cover) with "stamp previously used"; Earliest reported date of #1DLO1-15 on Dec 19, 1882 cover, #DLO01-6 and -9 on 1897 cover, A used copies of #OX1 officially sealed with partial strike of #DLO3c-1 (stamp small thin) and more. Inspect. Ex Plain. (Image)

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Est. C$750

SOLD for C$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
541 c image1875-1876 three DLO shift markings incl. "D.L.O. / 1 / *" on 1878 1c printed matter from Hamilton to local address, "Unclaimed", "D.L.O. / 2 /*" bs on 1879 cover from Hamilton to Hagersville, and "D.L.O. / 3 / *" on face of 1875 Chateauguay Bassin LC (Nov 24 1875) to Canton, Mass, USA with 3¢ Small Queen tied by grid and "OVER 1/2 OZ" hs, red "RETURNED FOR POSTAGE" and sent to DLO bs, postage collected and 3¢ applied and tied by "DEADL ETTER OFFICE CANADA JA 24 1876" proof like strike and sent on its way. Reportedly the only example of SHIFT 3 hs "DLO 3 *" and illustrated on Brian Plain's book. A showpiece and vital to any complete DLO collection. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Est. C$500

SOLD for C$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
542 c image1875-1897 eight DLO covers incl. 1875 "RETURNED FOR POSTAGE" with DLO Canada; 1875 Unclaimed with "DLO 1" clerk hs; 1880 with DLO Canada and "DLO 1" circular, and "DLO 1" diamond; 1879 Minden with DLO Canada; 1880 "Returned for Deficient Postage" and DLO Canada; 1896 US stationery used in Canada, returned for postage with 1¢ Small Queen (3, faulty) tied by DLO Canada to Fall Rivers, Mass, USA; 1896 8¢ Small Queen to USA with DLO Canada split ring and oval "Registry Branch Correct PO Dept Dead Letter Office"; 1897 House of Assembly with "Dead Letter Branch Canada" with "W" indicia; (Image)

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Est. C$400

SOLD for C$350.00
Will close during Public Auction
543 c image1875-1946 group of seven DLO crown wax seals, five covers, two cut squares incl. 1875 OHMS returned dead letter Form 5,000-20-7-'74 with "Post Office Dept Canada Dead Letter Office" (coat of arms), 1908 DLO Canada Vancouver branch on exploded cover, part flap off, 1909 returned Dead Letter Form 10 DL(a) with DLO Canada Winnipeg Branch, 1936 Returned Dead Letter Form 5D-200,000 with DLO Canada Ottawa Branch, 1930 Returned dead letter 5D-40,000 with DLO Canada Ottawa Branch, and two cut squares with 1946 DLO Canada Toronto Branch and 1944 Calgary Alberta District DLO. Seven DLO crown wax seals. Ex Plain. (Image)

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Est. C$200

SOLD for C$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
544 c image1877-1881 five 3¢ Small Queen covers to USA returned via DLO, all with "Dead Letter Office Canada" and US triangular "Dead Letter Office USA", four with Advertised and Unclaimed, one with Unclaimed hs. (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$160.00
Will close during Public Auction
545 c image1887-1897 three covers with large cds "Recd at Dead Letter Office Canada" with large numeral including 1888 registered Beebee Plain, Que with "Recd at Dead Letter Office Canada 1", 1888 Craighurst, Ont with "Recd at Dead Letter Office Canada 2", 1895 Winnipeg drop letter with "Recd at Dead Letter Branch Canada 6" (Image)

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$80.00
Will close during Public Auction
546 c imageDead Letter Office and UMO forms and documents, 1889-1975, 40+ items, incl. 1889 Form (D.53) from Ottawa, 1907 form from Local Quebec City DLO signed by clerk in charge, six copies 16 DL or 17 DL, with oval postmarks (Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, London, Charlottetown, 1912-1917), tags, labels, odd items. Varied condition. Ex Brian Plain offered intact in his own binder. Ex Plain. (Image)

Est. C$400

SOLD for C$650.00
Will close during Public Auction
547 c image1890 pair of 3¢ Small Queen covers to the US, returned via DLO, the first 1890 Port Arthur to Duluth, Minn, Unclaimed, Not in Directory, General Delivery, Advertised, "This mail was delayed in delivery for want of correct street and address", returned with Dead Letter Office Canada bs and shift diamond "DLO3"; the second 1890 Port Arthur to Duluth with similar markings as well as US "Dead Letter Office Received in Bad Condition at Foreign Branch" with US officially sealed at right, and US 1c postage due, returned to Canada with Dead Letter Office Canada and clerk shift diamond "DLO3". Excellent pair. (Image)

Est. C$200

SOLD for C$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
548 c image1892-1938 Nine Printed DLO envelopes and forms incl. 1892 use of #10 returned dead letter envelope D. 201/2-5,000-31-7-'91, 1894 use of envelope D.6-25,000-24-1-94; 1895 use of envelope D.19-20,000-26-10-'94., 1900 use of envelope 6 D.L.(a) 50,000-27-7-99; 1901 Toronto rimless duplex on envelope 10 D.L(a)-30,000-8-1-1901.; 1915 use of envelope 6.D.L.(a)-65,000-17-4-14.' 1919 use for form letter 16.D.L.(a)-5,000-23-4-19.; 1937 use and 1938 use of 5 D-200,000-11-9-35. (Image)

Est. C$400

SOLD for C$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
549 c image1895 Selkirk, Ont (OC 7 95) with previously used 3¢ Small Queen, illegal attempt at reusing a stamp, caught and marked with "X" and small "X" in a circle, on cover to Boston, Mass., sent to DLO with blue "DEAD LETTER BRANCH SUPERINTENDENT OCT 10 1895 OTTAWA CANADA", reverse with Dead Letter Office Canada (OC 10 1895) and much later sent to PO Inspector's Office London Canada, blue oval bs (Jan 16 1896), presumably to collect postage. The red envelope was intriguing until I discovered that it was actually a pre-printed return envelope with a paper label over top, a frugal sender (stamp-wise and envelope-wise). Very eye catching. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
550 c image1894-1938 four DLO wax seal covers incl. 1894 OHMS returned dead letter #10 cover (D.9.-1,000-25-4-'94 , registered with large wax seal on reverse "Dead Letter Branch Post Office Dept Canada (crown); 1913 DLO return envelope 5D.L.(a)-20,000-11-3-13. registered with wax seal "D.L.O. Canada Montreal Branch (crown)" on reverse; 1933 DLO postage due 3¢ return envelope form 12 1/2 D.L.(a) 80,000-9-2-32 with "D.L.O. Canada Montreal Branch (crown)" wax seal on reverse; 1938 Canada Post Office envelope with "Inspection Service Dead Letter Office Ottawa, Ont" handstamp, registered with 13¢ postage due with D.L.O. Canada Ottawa Branch (crown)" wax seal on reverse. (Image)

Est. C$250

SOLD for C$180.00
Will close during Public Auction

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