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Nova Scotia continued...

Great Britain to Nova Scotia
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
2202 c ImageExcellent strike of Halifax split-circle datestamp

(London, England to Shelburne, Jun. 15, 1791). Folded letter datelined London Jun. 15, 1791 and addressed to Shelburne, well-struck Halifax, N. Scotia AUG 11 91” split-circle datestamp (Jephcott 10, MacDonald 4b) and red POST/PAID” in circle (Jephcott 329, MacDonald 257), rated 1/-” and 4-1/2”, file fold thru datestamp, Very Fine strike, ex Maritimus” (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Great Britain London, England to Shelbu]

E. $ 400-500

CLOSED
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2203 c ImageBold strike of scarce HALIFAX/SHIP LRE” handstamp on letter from London

(London, England to Windsor via Halifax, Mar. 8, 1798). Folded letter datelined London Mar. 8, 1798 and addressed to George Henry Monk in Halifax, forwarded to Windsor, carried privately to Halifax with HALIFAX N.S./OC 8, 1798” boxed two-line datestamp (Jephcott 6, MacDonald 7) and clear strike of HALIFAX/SHIP LRE” two-line handstamp (Jephcott 136, MacDonald 235), rated 5-1/2” for postage and ship letter fee, Very Fine and scarce, George Henry Monk was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and brother of Sir James Monk (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Great Britain London, England to Windso]

E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $275.00
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2204 c ImageRare Digby straightline struck in transit on letter to Halifax

(Liverpool, England to Halifax, Oct. 10, 1812). Folded letter datelined Liverpool Oct. 10, 1812 and addressed to Halifax via Greenock, Glasgow three-line departure datestamp and DIGBY DEC 11, 1812” straightline datestamp (Jephcott 33, MacDonald 27) applied in transit, manuscript Halifax Post Office Dec. 24, 1812, Received in the Digby mail yesterday afternoon–delivered this morning, John Howe, Postmaster” below strike, rated 2/2” in red and N9d (+) 1 (=) 10” for internal mail to Halifax, Fine and rare strike of the Digby straightline, only a handful are known in private hands, ex Greene, Saint and Dr. Clark (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Great Britain Liverpool, England to Hal]

E. $ 1,000-1,500

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2205 c ImageRed MISSENT TO/HALIFAX” handstamp indicating mistakenly sent to Halifax, England

(Liverpool, England to Halifax, Jun. 4, 1833). Folded letter datelined Liverpool Jun. 4, 1833 with part of red departure datestamp on back and addressed to Halifax, red MISSENT TO/HALIFAX” two-line handstamp applied in Halifax in England with Jun. 5 datestamp, rated 8” (crossed out) re-rated 2/6” collect for transatlantic mailing, Very Fine and interesting cover, only recorded example of this Halifax marking in red, ex Smith (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Great Britain Liverpool, England to Hal]

E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction

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