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Canada continued...

Duplex cancels - Brian Draves collection. continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
576 c imageDUN-116 Toronto Star of David duplex (Aug 8 74) ties #37 3¢ Small Queen (pre-affixing loss) on Bronsdon & Patton window glass oils, paints etc. advertising cover (trimmed at left, toning and small loss lower right) to Peterboro, Ont. The cover is addressed to T Workman, portrait painter. The letter enclosed dated Aug 7, 1874 and the Peterboro bs (Aug 8 1874) confirm the 1974 use. This is the earliest recorded example of this duplex, used only 11 days, Aug 8 to Aug 17, 1874. (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$300.00
Will close during Public Auction
577 c imageDUN-117 Toronto duplex (AUG 19) with eight vertical bars on #P1 1¢ postal card (light vertical crease) to London bs (AU 20 74) and message dateline confirm 1874 use. This is the earliest recorded date of this duplex used from Aug. 19 to Sept. 13. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
578 c imageDUN-121 Toronto (SEP 4) duplex with 8 pie shaped segments with notch at 10 'o clock segment ties 3¢ Small Queen on cover (small corner fault at upper left) to Windsor, Ont bs (SEP 5 1874). This is the second day of use for this duplex, used from Sept 9 to Sep 23, 1874. (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$180.00
Will close during Public Auction
579 c imageDUN-121 Toronto (Sep 5) duplex with 8 pie shaped segments and notch on 10:00 segment, ties #37 3¢ Small Queen on cover to Brockville, Ont, 1874 use, with pin holes in central part of cover from pinning correspondence. This postmark was used for a short period of time, Sept 3 to Sept 25. This is the third day of use. (Image)

Est. C$75

SOLD for C$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
580 c imageDUN-122 Toronto (Oct 1) duplex with 8 pie shaped segments and four vertical bars ties 3¢ Small Queen (2) on cover to Edinburgh, Scotland bs (O¢ 13 74) paying 6¢ Allan line rate. This device was used for only six days, from Sept. 29, to Oct 4, 1874 (Image)

Est. C$300

SOLD for C$230.00
Will close during Public Auction
581 c imageDUN-145 Toronto intaglio "N" duplex (AU 8 81) ties #37 3¢ Small Queen on neat cover to Perth, Ontario bs (AU 9). Scarce duplex. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
582 c imageDUN-145 Toronto intaglio "N" duplex on six covers and cards, weak to F-VF strikes, four covers with 3¢ Small Queen (rough open, cover corner clip, stain etc.) and two #P2 1¢ postal cards. (Image)

Est. C$200

SOLD for C$110.00
Will close during Public Auction
583 c imageDUN-145 1881 Toronto intaglio "N" in bars duplex (PM MR 7 81) ties #37 3¢ Small Queen on Toronto Reaper & Mower Co. advertising cover to Armadale, bs. Reverse with small pen notation "not in book" (likely Stulberg). Rare duplex. (Image)

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$200.00
Will close during Public Auction
584 c imageBalance of the Toronto unofficial duplex collection incl. 14 items such as two covers with DUN-125 peculiar "4/Toronto/80" duplex insert (used just 13 days), DUN-127 "4/80" removed from grid and earliest recorded date (Jan 21 1880), DUN-126 (used only 15 days), DUN-130 (used less than one month), DUN-133, DUN-156, two DD-94 Union Rwy Toronto, two Toronto Station B dateless hub duplexes. (Image)

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Est. C$300

SOLD for C$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
585 c imageToronto altered duplex and large numeral orb collection. Orbs 9 2-T3, 147 strikes on stamps including multiples and covers, altered duplex DUN-148 unofficial duplex. These hammers were typically used on non-traditional mail. This is the complete collection of Jim Miller offered intact, with notes and stamps from Graham Noble's collection. Scarce opportunity for specialized study (Image)

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Est. C$300

SOLD for C$1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
Fancy, FDCs and Flag Cancels, Military.
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
586 c imageToronto cork cancel cover collection in Lindner album, 57 covers and cards incl. 3¢ Large Queen (3), 1¢ Small Queen (4), 3¢ Small Queen (31), 1¢ blue postal cards (19). Noted grids, diamond grids, flower shape, segmented etc. Almost all pre-1874. Eight items are ex Stulberg (in black mounts) Inspect. (Image)

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Est. C$500

SOLD for C$850.00
Will close during Public Auction
587 c Toronto trio of cork cancel covers incl. 1874 Toronto with apparently Lacelle #1171 (or similar) double segmented central cork design tying 1¢, 2¢ Small Queen, 1872 Toronto with very large eight segment cork tying 6¢ Small Queen on cover to England, 1871 Toronto quartered cork and quartered again (8 pieces total) ties 3¢ Small Queen on cover to Brockville.

Est. C$100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
588 c Canada FDC lot of 43 earlier FDCs (1933-1948, some with cachets, some toned corners from photo corners), and modern FDCs with high face value frankings, largely 1970s onwards, a total 60+ often with plate blocks (Olympics etc.).

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$45.00
Will close during Public Auction
589 c Flag Type 11, 1901 Toronto Exposition flag collection in Lindner album incl. 22 covers, cards, fronts, and 18 on piece or stamp.

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Est. C$150

SOLD for C$180.00
Will close during Public Auction
590 c Flag cancel group in small box, 1898-1954, 80 covers, cards and a few fronts with some in sleeves and priced, dealer price/Coutts or Thorne CV over $1,000

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Est. C$200

SOLD for C$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
591 c image1917 #MR4 2+1¢ War Tax tied by Toronto Help to Win the war slogan (OCT 4 1917) to Lt Conn Smuth, Stockport, England, receiver machine cancel (O¢ 27), redirected "6th Squadron RF¢ France", censor 2988, reverse with Field Post Office H4 (A 2 NO 17), ms notation "Missing Lt John B Mulvry", purple boxed "Present Location Uncertain E.E. *S.R.( APS", and returned to Canada, "Dead Letter Branch Ottawa (AM DE 7 17) cancel type OTT 3b-a2, and purple "3" carrier hs on reverse. Lt Conn Smyth was the OHA hockey champion, enlisted during WWI with 2nd Ottawa Battery, 8th Brigade, later transferred to 40th Sportsmen Battery, transferred overseas Feb 1916, involved in Ypres near Somme, earning a Military Cross, later transferring to RFC in 1917. Smyth served as an airborne observer and was shot down by the Germans, imprisoned at Schweidnitz in Upper Sliesia. He tried to escape twice and failed, ending up in solitary confinement, and released as a POW at the end of the war. He returned to Canada bought the St. Pats hocket team, renamed them the Toronto Maple Leafs, served as their coach and general manager. He built the Maple Leaf Gardens on Carlton Street and supervised the construction of the Hockey Hall of Fame. He won the Stanley Cup eight times. and the Conn Smythe trophy would be named after him, honouring the most valuable player. A pretty nice POW military cover too. (Image)

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Est. C$200

SOLD for C$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
592 c image1915-1918 four WWI military DLO covers incl. 1916 to MEF, Egypt "missing, not notified", 1918 to BEF France, multiple redirections, 1915 to Princess Pats, multiple redirects, 1917 to BEF, "killed in action". All with DLO two ring orb type 2-DLO2. Very interesting. (Image)

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$550.00
Will close during Public Auction
593 c image1913-1918 four 2-DLO2 "Dead Letter Branch / Ottawa-Canada" covers characterized by small dash between Ottawa and Canada, includes, "Present address unknown", Moved, Not known, Not called for, Advertised markings as well. Three Canadian covers, one GB to Canada cover. A scarce DLO. Ex Miller, Plain. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$75.00
Will close during Public Auction
594 c imageWWI Killed in Action, Missing, No Trace, group of 14 covers with extensive markings sent overseas with multiple notations "missing", "no trace", died", "present location unknown" and especially scarce handstamp "killed in action" and returned to Canada via DLO. These covers extracted from the DLO collection and offered for the military collector. An opportunity to build a poignant and patriotic exhibit, even expanding it to include photoview postcards, regimental badges and other ephemera. (Image)

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Est. C$500

SOLD for C$900.00
Will close during Public Auction
Newfoundland, Nascopie, Officials.
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Est or CV / bid in C$'s
595 og/O imageNewfoundland, several groups of album pages with scattered representation from cod seals, 1/2¢ dogs, Queen Victoria. Worthwhile to consolidate into one collection. Spotted mint #46, 48, 56, 57(2), 58, 65, 66, 89, 138-140, 144156, 168, 192, 211, 226-229, and other cheaper mint. Used incl. #41, 42, 44, 46, 48, 49, 51055, 56, 58,, 61/69, 78/86, 122, 124, 192-130, (Image)

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Est. C$100

SOLD for C$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
596 c Newfoundland cover lot, 70 covers and cards, about half early material incl. 19th Century, the rest modern era. Condition is mixed but worthwhile. Inspect.

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$160.00
Will close during Public Auction
597 c image1911 St. John's, Newfoundland machine cancel (Sep 26 1912) ties #109 6¢ black on cover to Vancouver, BC, "Removed", "Not Called For", purple General delivered and returned via purple oval "Dead Letter Office Dec 1912 Ottawa, Ont" bs. Part backflap off. Scarce usage. (Image)

Est. C$100

SOLD for C$95.00
Will close during Public Auction
598 c image1947 Nascopie wreck, purple "Eastern Arctic Patrol ROMS Canada" partial strike (AUG 1 1947), to Irvington, NJ, purple "Salved from the Sea" straightline and revere with official PO seals and District Post Office Inspector DLO Winnipeg, Man ""5" (Aug 8 1947", two bs. Ex Plain. (Image) (Image2)

image

Est. C$150

SOLD for C$200.00
Will close during Public Auction
599 og/O imageOfficial overprint collection #O1/EO2, largely VF, NH incl. #O1-4, O6-8, O11, O13-15A, O16-27, O 33-49, EO2, then #O9-10 VF, H, and used #O12 and O32(2), CV $992.20 (Image)

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Est. C$200

SOLD for C$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
600 og/nh image#O231-OCE3 OHMS 4 hole officials group, incl. O231-236 VF NH, O245 VF H, O249-256 VF NH, O258-260 VF NH, O261 VF H, O262 VF NH, O272 VF NH, O273 VF NH, OCE1-3 VF H. CV $1,182. (Image)

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Est. C$300

SOLD for C$220.00
Will close during Public Auction

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