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New Brunswick continued...

New Brunswick Ship Letter Markings
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
2179 c ImageWell-struck St. John two-line datestamp and Ship Letter” straightline

(New York to St. John, New Brunswick, Apr. 27, 1802). Clearly struck St. John, N*B*/May 3 1802” two-line datestamp (Jephcott 13b) on bottom flap of folded cover datelined in New York on Apr. 27, 1802, addressed to St. John, faint but readable Ship-letter” straightline (Jephcott 140), rated N8” at top right, Very Fine (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (New Brunswick) New York to St. John, New]

E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
2180 c ImageAbsolutely superb strikes of the St. John two-line datestamp and Ship-letter” straightline

(St. John to Fredericton, Jun. 1, 1803). Bold strike of St. John, N*B*/June 16, 1803” two-line datestamp (Jephcott 13b) and Ship-letter” straightline (Jephcott 140) on folded cover (end of letter but missing interior pages) from Hugh Mackay to Edward Winslow in Fredericton, sent fully paid with red N8” and red Paid” handstamp, cover with splitting along folds and some faults due to wax seal, otherwise Extremely Fine strikes, Hugh Mackay (ca 1751-1848) and Edward Winslow (1746/47-1815) were both New Brunswick judges and served as Loyalists in the Revolutionary War (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

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2181 c ImageWell-struck Ship-letter” straightline of St. John, New Brunswick

(New York to Fredericton, New Brunswick, Aug. 2, 1806). Folded letter datelined in New York on Aug. 2, 1806 and sent to Fredericton, New Brunswick, rated N8” at top right, clear strike of St. John, N*B*/August 23, 1806” two-line datestamp (Jephcott 13b) and bold Ship-letter” straightline (Jephcott 140), minor wear along edges, otherwise Very Fine strike of this scarce Ship Letter marking (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

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2182 c ImageScarce St. John Ship Letter crown handstamp

(Boston Mass. to St. John, New Brunswick, May 22, 1841). Folded letter datelined in New York on May 22, 1841 and sent to St. John, New Brunswick, rated 4-1/2”, faint but clear Ship Letter St. John N.B.” crown oval handstamp, some minor splitting along folds, otherwise Fine and scarce (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $170.00
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2183 c ImageRare MIRAMICHI N.B./SHIP LETTER” handstamp on cover to Chatham

(Quebec to Chatham, New Brunswick, ca. 1840s). Clear strike of MIRAMICHI N.B./SHIP LETTER” two-line handstamp (Jephcott 158) applied in transit on buff embossed Quebec merchant corner cover to Chatham, New Brunswick, 5 Cents” handstamp, cover missing part of backflap, still Very Fine and rare marking, Jephcott gives a rarity rating of R.F. 10” (highest possible) (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $800.00
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2184 c ImageScarce ST. JOHN NB/SHIP LETTER” handstamp on cover from London

(London, England to St. John, New Brunswick, Apr. 20, 1843). Folded letter datelined in London on Apr. 20, 1843 and addressed to St. John, New Brunswick, carried privately and entered mails in St. John with ST. JOHN NB/SHIP LETTER” two-line handstamp (Jephcott 159) and Jul. 1 arrival backstamp, rated 9”, Very Fine, ex Maritimus” (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Canada (New Brunswick) London, England to St. Jo]

E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
2185 c ImageSteamer Maid of Erin mourning cover carried across the Bay of Fundy

(St. John to Moncton, Nov. 27, 1857). Petite mourning cover with manuscript per Steamer Maid of Erin with one parcel” ship-name directive along top and addressed to Moncton, with original letter regarding a death, Very Fine, the Maid of Erin was one of two steamers that provided a twice-weekly service along the Bay of Fundy, the other was the Pilot, ex Maritimus” (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

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