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Lot Symbol Lot Description CV / Est.
151 C image1851 Stampless CROSS-BORDER cover from TORONTO to PROVIDENCE, R.I. Internally dated, “Lorest? Park, June 28, 1851”. TORONTO CANADA JY 1 1851 double split circle, originally rated 3D in circle hand stamp in black (internal Canada rate), but cancelled by concentric circles hand stamp and re-rated 6D in circle (rate to US destinations). UNCOMMON Arched CANADA hand stamp in red. Rate handstamps struck through, replaced with manuscript “10” (cents rate due for collect mail). From 5th April 1851 to 30 June 1859 all through rate between Canada and the United States was 6d cy or 10 cents per half ounce. Ex Palmer. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18510628 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$34.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
152 C image1852 Stampless CROSS-BORDER letter from TORONTO to NEW YORK. Internally dated “Br Bank of Montreal, Toronto 26th Novr 1852”. endorsed manuscript “Paid/228/initials”. Superb TORONTO CANADA PAID NO 26 1852 double split circle in red, PAID hand stamp in red and CANADA/ PAID 10 Cts hand stamp in red (conversion of 6d cy rate pre-paid to US destinations). Endorsements incl “29th “1852”. From 5th April 1851 to 30 June 1859 all through rate between Canada and the United States was 6d cy or 10 cents per half ounce. Cut at seal and panel reduced (to save weight?), file folds. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18521126 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
153 C image1854 Small Stampless RED RIVER SETTLEMENT, Rupertsland to TORONTO envelope. Endorsed “Via U.S.A.”. As usual, no indication of 1d/2c carrier fee from Red River Settlement to Pembina. manuscript Pembina M.T. Feb 12 in black [Pembina N.D. was part of Minnesota Territory at this time]. Rated 10 [cts] m/s, converted to UNITED STATES 6D collect oval hand stamp in black. WINDSOR U.C. MR 13? 1854 double split circle hand stamp in red transit on back. TORONTO UC MR 14 1854 double split circle receiver in black on back. Docketed “Recd. March 15th 1854”. Black seal. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18540212 ]

Est. 750+

SOLD for C$525.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
154 C image1855/58 Stampless CROSS-BORDER envelope from OSWEGO to TORONTO. OSWEGO N. York NOV 24? year less full circle, arched U STATES 10 hand stamp for unpaid rate, re-rated/converted at border by UNITED STATES 6D hand stamp all in black. TORONTO C.W. NOV 27, year less large full circle receiver in black on back (used 1855/58). From 5th April 1851 to 30 June 1859 all through rate between Canada and the United States was 6d cy or 10 cents per half ounce. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18551124 ]

Est. 100+

SOLD for C$20.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
155 C image1857 Stampless CROSS-BORDER envelope from TORONTO to BOSTON. Endorsed “Paid 348 P&C”. TORONTO C.W. Paid, NOV 30 1857, large full circle in red, and CANADA/ PAID 10 Cts hand stamp in red (conversion of 6d cy rate pre-paid to US destinations). From 5th April 1851 to 30 June 1859 all through rate between Canada and the United States was 6d cy or 10 cents per half ounce. Endorsed “Mrs Patton – Toronto. Dec 3rd 1857”. Black seal. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18571130 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$20.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
156 C image1861 American Express Co. Money Package Express Label from TORONTO, C.W. to BERLIN CW, oxidized black on vermilion glazed paper, pictorial design of allegorical female traveller used on legal size blue cover. To W.H. Bowlby Esq, Barrister [?AL], Berlin, C W. Docketed in pencil “1861” and “J H Shiny, CL Arre Co v Denison”. Ward Hamilton Bowlby was Berlin area lawyer and politician. Minor faults. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18610000 ]

Est. 350+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
157 C ADVERTISING COVERS. HOTELS: Collection of over 300 with hotel covers from 1930s-40s, colourful advertising covers, a few with full back advertising, event covers incl Royal Train, 1951 Int'l Stamp Show, 1964 CAPEX, etc, over 30 1940s-50s booklet panes on cover (about half hotel covers), attractive group, mostly f-vf.

[Get Market Data for Canada HOTELS ]

Est. 300+

SOLD for C$650.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
158 C HOTELS: Over 150 hotel covers, 1877-1970 with the bulk being 1930s and earlier, most are from Ontario with wide variety of big and small locales, Buckingham Hotel, Woodstock, Waldorf, Hamilton, The Queens, Wingham to name a few, postmark interest, eclectic lot, some with condition issues, inspection recommended, f-vf

[Get Market Data for Canada HOTELS ]

Est. 200+

SOLD for C$425.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
159 C imageTRANS-ATLANTIC COVERS FROM CANADA. 1822 Stampless REFUSED TRANSATLANTIC letter from LONDON, UK, internally dated London, 1 July 1822. Endorsed “For Mrs D”. London PAID 3 JY 3 1822 full circle in red on front. Fine HALIFAX AU 18 1822 fleuron handstamp in black on front. Rated 2/2 stg pre-paid in red on front (1/- inland postage London to Falmouth, plus 1/2 packet postage), Rated 1N8 cy (Halifax – Quebec) plus 1N6 (Quebec – York), total 3N2 cy collect in red on front. No receiving marks. Likely carried by packet “Francis Freeling” [Falmouth 8 Jul, Halifax due14 Aug-late!]. “Refused” in manuscript on reverse, indicating recipient refused the letter, likely due to high cost. Minute tear at seal, choice cover (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18220701 ]

Est. 250+

SOLD for C$85.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
160 C image1824 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC entire letter probably from DEVON, UK, internally dated, CATARAQUI Jany 17th 1824 on COLE’S LIBRARY TORQUAY embossed paper. This is likely a house named after Fort Cataraqui, the original Fort Frontenac, later Kingston. Endorsed “A Dobbs” and “Messers Smith? and T?.. Agent, Liverpool”, Later crossed out. Unusual boxed No 1 hand stamp in black on back. SHIP handstamp and NEW YORK APR 1 full circle both in red on front. Rated: Pd 1/1 stg manuscript in brown inland postage paid to Liverpool. 20 ½ ms (cents ship letter fee of 2c plus 18 ½ c overland to border) manuscript in red on front. Rate converted to AP 1 N 3 cy, plus 9 (2d ferriage plus 7d rate for 60 -100 miles round Lake Ontario), total 2 N cy collect manuscript in red on front. Tear at seal and minor reinforcing. Ex Palmer p 104. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18240117 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$65.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
161 C image1829 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC letter, manuscript Paid 9 and 1/3 in red, [9d cy incl 7d cy rate for land route around W end of L Ontario to border, plus 2d cy ferriage over Niagara River, introduced 5th Feb. 1/3 cy pays US postage from border to New York] via forwarding agent “Care of Thomas Deane Esqr, 6 Gold Street, (Post paid to) New York”. Internally dated 1st Dec. Clear light strike of uncommon double circle YORK UC 30 Nov 1829 in black. Light unreadable NIAGARA UC double circle. Red manuscript 25 [cents] and confirmation red buckle NIAGARA U CANADA PAID TO NEW YORK. Agent crossed out details and endorsed “Pr Sh Richmond via Liverpool”. Torn part SHIP LETTER LIVERPOOL in black on back. Rated 1/8 stg due [8d Ship Letter plus 1/- inland postage from Liverpool to Bridport] (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18291130 ]

Est. 250+

SOLD for C$120.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
162 C image1830 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC entire letter from PLYMOUTH, internally dated, Stonehouse [in Plymouth] 17th Augst. 1830. Endorsed “To the care of Cropper and Co Packet Agent of Liverpool”, ALL CROSSED OUT. PLYMOUTH AU 20 1830 hand stamp on back. Rated 1/1 stg in red manuscript inland postage to Liverpool. SHIP handstamp and NEW YORK OCT 1 full circle both in red on front. Rated 27 (cents ship letter fee of 2c plus 25c overland to border) manuscript in red on front. Clearly dated NIAGARA U.C. 7 Oct 1830 double ring hand stamp plus clear barred American Postage .. British ..do.. handstamp with rates converted to 1/5 cy plus 6 ½ (2d ferriage and 4 ½ d BNA up to 60 miles, across L Ontario) total 1/11½ d cy due. Red seal marked “Rosetta”. Torn at one fold (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18300817 ]

Est. 450+

SOLD for C$110.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
163 C image1830 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC entire letter from FRANCE, internally dated, PARIS, October 5 1830, carried by hand (no ship letter fee) and posted NEW YORK JAN 7 full circle in red on front. Rated 25 (c) overland to border, manuscript in red on front. No Lewiston/Queenston markings. Rate converted to 1/3d cy plus 9d cy (incl 2d ferriage and 7d BNA postage 60-100 miles around L Ontario). Additional 9d cy forwarding charge to Peterborough manuscript in red, total 1/6 and 1/3 due, all in red on front. Boxed FORWARDED handstamp and YORK UP CAN JAN 14 full circle handstamp both in red on front. Annotated “Ancaster”. Notation on inside fold: “J.F. Cloix by Mr Baker, 393 Greenwich St, New York, Janvier 6 1831”. Tears at seal and corner piece missing. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18301005 ]

Est. 300+

SOLD for C$90.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
164 C image1831 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC entire letter from SURREY, UK, internally dated Phipp’s Bridge, Merton, Surrey, Nov 1831. Endorsed “New York Bag” and “Dec 1831”. No dispatching markings, by private sailing ship. NEW YORK SHIP FEB 2 full circle in red on front. Rated 27 (incl 2c ship letter fee plus 25c overland to border at Lewiston) manuscript in red on front. Green QUEENSTON 1832 FEB 9 double ring border exchange and clear barred American Postage .. British ..do.. handstamp in green, with rates converted to1/4½ d cy manuscript plus 9d cy (incl 2d ferriage and 7d BNA postage 60-100 miles around L Ontario) m/s, total 2/1½ cy due, in black on front. No receiver. This Toronto became COOKSVILLE, Peel County. Small tears at folds and seal (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18311100 ]

Est. 450+

SOLD for C$325.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
165 C image1833 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC letter from ISLE of WIGHT, UK, internally dated Ryde, Isle of Wight, Jany 24, 1833. Endorsed “Post Paid” and “Via New York”. London PAID 1 FE 1 1833 full circle hand stamp in red on front. Rated 2/2 stg manuscript prepaid in black on front (1/- inland postage to Falmouth, plus1/2 packet rate Falmouth – Halifax), despite New York endorsement. Smudged HALIFAX ?Mar 20 fleuron hand stamp in black on front. QUEBEC AP 8 1833 double split circle, in red on front. Rated 1N8 cy (Halifax – Quebec) plus 1N1 (Quebec – York), total 2N9 cy. Boxed FORWARDED handstamp in red on front, smudged YORK straight-line handstamp in black on back. Likely carried by packet “Goldfinch” [Falmouth 16 Feb, Halifax 20 Mar]. Small tear at seal (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18330124 ]

Est. 200+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
166 C image1835 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC letter rated PAID hand stamp in red, manuscript 9 and 25 in black, [ 9d cy incl 7d cy rate for land route around W end of L Ontario to border, plus 2d cy ferriage over Niagara River, plus 25c US postage from border to New York]. Endorsed “Single”, weak large double circle CITY OF TORONTO – JA 2 – 1835 – UC in red. TOO LATE handstamp in red. Black boxed LIVERPOOL SHIP LETTER handstamp on back. No local receiver. Rated 1/6 stg due on front [8d Ship Letter, plus 10d inland postage from Liverpool to Beeston]. near Nottingham, England. Seal cut out, tape reinforcement. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18350102 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$20.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
167 C image1837 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC, part of cross-written mourning letter from SCOTLAND, uncertain location, 20 MAR 1837 handstamp in black, Scottish ½ d tax, endorsed “Via Liverpool Packet for New York”. Liverpool PAID MAR 22M 1837 full circle handstamp in black on front, rated manuscript Pd 1/1 inland postage. NEW YORK SHIP APR 25 full circle in red on front. Rated 27 (cents ship letter fee of 2c plus 25c overland to border at Lewiston) manuscript in red on front, converted to1/4½ d cy manuscript plus 7 d cy (BNA postage 60-100 miles around L Ontario) m/s, total 1/11½ d, in black manuscript on front. QUEENSTON MY 1 1837 double ring border exchange. Forwarded from TORONTO UC, MY 2 1837 large double ring in red on back, with boxed PAID handstamp in red and 9 manuscript in red on front, endorsed “rec’d KINGSTON on 4th May”. Torn at seal, file fold and reduced. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18370320 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$65.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
168 C image1839 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC Soldier’s Letter, internally dated February 7th 1839 and manuscript in green on front. manuscript 1d Concessionary rate in red on front, countersigned by “William D Jones, Lt Col. Commanding, 9th Bttn. R. Artillery”. T.P. WOOLWICH straight-line h/s. London PAID 11 FE 11 1839 full circle in red on front and unusual octagonal PD FE11 1839 NT..NT.. in red on back. Endorsed “From Alex Mitchell, Gunner and Private, 9 Battalion Royal Artillery” to his brother, Care of Mr John Wilton for James Mitchell, Young Street, Taranto, Upper Canada, America. Likely carried by packet “Linnet” [Falmouth 9 Mar, Halifax 5 Apr]. Filing fold, worn and tear at seal (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18390207 ]

Est. 400+

SOLD for C$100.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
169 C image1839 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC Canada Company pre-printed Abstract of Transactions in Canada form, rated PAID handstamp in black, manuscript 4 ½ and 25 in red [4 ½ d cy rate for ferry route across L Ontario to border, 25 cents US postage from border to New York], Large double circle CITY OF TORONTO – NO 2 – 1839 – UC in black. Endorsed “Via N York” and “39”. Freight Money probably levied, but not shown from Toronto. NEW YORK NOV 8 full circle in red. Black unboxed LIVERPOOL SHIP LETTER handstamp on back with London red circular receiver D – 9 DE 9 - 1839 on back. Rated 1/7 stg due on front [8d Ship Letter, plus 11d inland postage from Liverpool to London]. Unusual manuscript “M” on back, unlikely to be a Money Letter, possibly related to Freight Money? Red seal with cut and some toning. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18391102 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$32.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
170 C image1841 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC last page of letter, likely from UK. No despatching markings, but endorsed “Pr. Monarch”. Fine strike of oval SHIP LETTER CROWN QUEBEC and QUEBEC L.C. MAY 21 1841 double split circle, both in red on front. Rated 11½ d cy (all-in interior 1840 rate 10d stg) in black on front, via Transatlantic summer route - Quebec May 20 and Nov 1 (AS and GS Rates book, p 76). Filing fold and small tape markings (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18410521 ]

Est. 250+

SOLD for C$80.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
171 C image1842 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC letter, rated PAID handstamp in black, manuscript 50 cts. [All- in double rate to Boston?] Large double circle CITY OF TORONTO – MY 13 – 1842 – UC in black. Endorsed “Per Halifax Steamer” and “97”. Red London circular receiver N – 14 JU 14 – 1842 and square 4E84 - JU 14 – 1842 on back. Rated 2/- stg due as double letter on front [Inland postage abolished on Ship Letters from Jan]. [Possibly carried by “Acadia”, 10th trip, Boston 1 Jun, Halifax 3 Jun, Liverpool 14 Jun]. Black seal with small cut. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18420614 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$20.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
172 C image1842 Stampless letter TORONTO to INDIA. Rated PAID handstamp in black, manuscript 2/2 and 2/5 [stg and cy] in black. TORONTO U.C AU 24 1842 double split circle in black. Endorsed “To be forwarded after the Regt”. Red London receiver F PAID – 14 SP 14 – 1846 on front [plus smudge on back]. Likely carried by Cunard “Caledonia” 29th trip [Boston 1 Sep, Halifax 3 Sep, Liverpool 15 Sep, arrived early]. By closed bag, Toronto to London. Likely P&O from Southampton, “Pottinger” Sep 20 to Alexandria, Egypt. Overland to Suez, per “Bentinck” Oct 10, via Aden and Galle to Madras. Rectangular Madras G.P.O. 1846 NO 2 receiver in red on back, to Captain C Rockfort, 27 Regiment NI Madras Establishment. Ex Steinhart. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18420824 ]

Est. 350+

SOLD for C$130.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
173 C image1854 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC blue size 10 envelope from TORONTO U.C. FE 12 1854 double split circle. Double rated 2/- collect, crossed out and repeated in a different hand. Endorsed “Per Royal Mail Steam Ship Via Halifax and Liverpool” on front. QUEBEC L.C. FE 17 1854 double split circle on back. PKT LETTER LIVERPOOL MR 29, G1854 greenish tombstone and GLASGOW MR 29 N 1854 full circle receiver on back. Carried by Cunard “Andes” only sailing [Boston 15 Mar, Halifax 17 Mar, Liverpool 29 Mar]. The scheduled “Niagara” had been taken out for Crimean War transport to Malta and replaced by “Andes” which was re-routed. [H&W p 34, Arnell p313]. Black seal, some aging and file folds. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18540212 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$32.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
174 C image1854 1d Soldier’s Rate from Niagara Frontier to England. Stampless TRANSATLANTIC small manila envelope from NIAGARA U.C. MR 3 1854 double split circle, rated PAID handstamp and large 1 handstamp in red on front. Endorsed “From Robert Smith N 1201 Royal Canadian Rifles”, countersigned by Commanding Officer. TORONTO U.C. MR 4 1854 double split circle and QUEBEC L.C. MR 9 1854 double split circle transit marks in black on back. PKT LETTER PAID LIVERPOOL indistinct AP 8 1854 tombstone in red on front. MANCHESTER AP 8 1854 S double split circle receiver on back. Possibly carried by Cunard “Arabia” [Boston 29 Mar, Halifax 30 Mar, Liverpool 8 Apr]. Roughly opened and repaired. Ex-Steinhart (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18540303 ]

Est. 500+

SOLD for C$210.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
175 C image1867 Stampless blue TRANSATLANTIC part letter sheet from TORONTO MR 22 67 split circle, weak strike in red, endorsed “Per Cunard Mail” and ‘Paid”. Rated Arnell D1 PAID 8d Stg handstamp in red. B Z GLASGOW AP 8 67 single ring in black on back. Likely carried by Cunard “Africa” [Boston 27 Mar, Queenstown 7 Apr, Liverpool 8 Mar]. Cuts where seal removed. (Image)

[Get Market Data for Canada 18670322 ]

Est. 150+

SOLD for C$100.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
COVERS WITH STAMPS
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV / Est.
176 C Collection of many hundreds in a carton with a box of MasterCard payment covers collected for postal markings (incl postage due, commemoratives), a few Newfoundland, some 1930s-40s and later registereds with 12/13¢ stamps used to cover postage and registration, some unusual markings (e.g. "Stamp fallen off at Toronto ..), postage dues, censors, events, etc, also much postal stationery and metered mail, mostly f-vf.

[Get Market Data for Canada Collection]

Est. 300+

SOLD for C$260.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
177 C Collection of over 110 late Victorian/Edwardian covers, incl over a dozen hotels, corner advertising covers, attractive enclosures, RPOs, square circles, etc, mostly f-vf

[Get Market Data for Canada Collection]

Est. 200+

SOLD for C$550.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
178 C Covers and postcards, 150+ from 1840s Stampless(6) to Edwards, bulk being Victoria era issues (105+), 85% used, advertising, Registered, a few Newfoundland pieces, O.H.M.S. and 'Free', wide variety of postmarks, 30+ wrapper fronts (not incl in total), some with condition issues, inspection highly recommended, generally f-vf

[Get Market Data for Canada Collection]

Est. 200+

SOLD for C$350.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
179 C Canadian covers, postcards and postal stationery, 250+ from 1910s-70s, bulk being 1930s-40s, many advertising, Registered, FFC, FDCs, Airmails, 1937 Coronation with various cachets, War Tax and Admirals, wide variety of postmarks, some with condition issues, inspection highly recommended, generally f-vf

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Est. 200+

SOLD for C$260.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM
180 C Collection/accumulation in two cartons with thousands, incl hundreds where the collector in the 1970s wrote to small town postmasters requesting clear and careful cancellation of enclosed envelopes addressed to him (and most were), also US, Russia and Poland, 1800s to modern, FDCs, advertising, commercial, some with enclosures, generally f-vf. Inspect

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Est. 350+

SOLD for C$270.00
Closing... Feb-27, 05:00 PM

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