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CANADA PROVINCE COVERS & POSTCARDS continued...

BRITISH COLUMBIA POSTCARDS & POSTAL HISTORY continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description
401 image1910 PRINCE-RUPERT-BC COLD STORAGE PLANT, Allen real photo card showing the BC Fisheries Seal Cove plant still under construction, a rare card, mint and VF est ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$70.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
402 image1914 PRINCE RUPERT FIRE HALL, real photo card showing the fire hall to the left and downtown business district, lots of readable signs, mint and VF est ($75+ US) (Image)

C$100+

SOLD for C$50.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
403 image1920 QUALICUM BEACH HOTEL, real photo card showing the original hotel built in 1913 that had been used as a soldiers convalescent hospital during WWI and re-opened as a hotel in 1920, mint and VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
404 image1920 ROSSLAND-BC BIRDS-EYE-VIEW, real photo card looking east showing the Paterson Trail and downtown, docketing on back is dated 1924, VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
405 image1915 SALMON-ARM-BC BIRDS-EYE-VIEW, real photo card looking north to Shuswap lake, shows the downtown business district, readable signs noting the Empress Hotel, Salmon Arm Realty ++, mint and VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
406 image1910 VICTORIA INDIAN CANOE RACE, Trio real photo card showing thousands of spectators surrounding the the dock area, postally used at Juneau-Alaska, F-VF est ($55+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$55.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
407 image1920 WELLS-BC BIRDS-EYE-VIEW, real photo card showing the downtown and Barkerville Hwy to the right, mint and VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
408 image1872 SENATOR ROBERT WILLIAM WEIR CARRALL (from British Columbia), written and signed biography on a Henry Morgan form sent to all elected Parliament members requesting information on their education, family history, birth location and date, positions held, and significant achievements, the information was to be published in the 7th edition of “Canadian Parliamentary Companion”, the cover page is also signed by Henry Morgan, among Senator Carrall's achievements was the work in negotiating the BC terms of Confederation with Canada and he also created the “Dominion Day” holiday, the lot includes the original return envelope in Senator Carrall's handwriting plus a picture of the Senator and a condensed biography, a very scarce BC historic document and F-VF est ($150+ US) (Image)

C$200+

SOLD for C$180.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
409 image1893 ASHCROFT-STATION-BC (1886-1899), cds on cover dated APR19,1893 and addressed to Dr. William A. DeWolf-Smith in New Westminster (the first Fraser Valley physician, BC historian, stamp collector, and owned the first car in BC), VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
410 image1975 BOAT-BASIN-BC (1836-1982), cds dated SEP10,1975 on a collect $8.57 C.O.D. Parcel tag from Vancouver, signed by the famous postmaster Ada Annie Lawson (1888-1985) also known as Cougar Annie, she was said to have killed 50 cougars, outlived 4 husbands, and was the only postmaster Boat Basin ever had, a brief biography is included from 1985 notes taken when Cec Couts flew into Boat Basin on RCMP business, a great BC story and VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
411 image1916 CAPILANO-BC (1911-1949 RF-D), split ring receiver h/s dated JAN31,1916 on postcard from USA, F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
412 image1882 COMOX-BC (1872-1971), 6¢ double rate on cover dated AUG31,1882 to James-Bay-Victoria arriving the next day, stains, F+ est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
413 image1948 TZOUHALEM HOTEL, DUNCAN-BC, illustrated adv showing the hotel building with 5 cars parked in front, on #275 franked cover posted at the Duncan train station with a VIC & COURTENAY-RPO cancel dated APR6,1958 to Vancouver, F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
414 image1917 EAST-BURNABY-BC (1905-1919 RF-D), split ring receiver h/s dated JAN9,1917 on cover from England, F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
415 image1907 GRANDE-PRAIRIE-BC (1895-1911 RF-D), receiver split ring h/s dated SEP27,1907 on postcard from Seattle, F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$40.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
416 image1893 KALSO-BC, split ring h/s dated NOV18,1896 to NB, via Revelstoke on NOV 22nd , F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
417 image1957 KITIMAT-SMELTER-SITE-BC (1957-1958 RF-E), on #363, VF est ($55+ US) (Image)

C$75+

SOLD for C$60.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
418 image1928 MAGNA-BAY-BC (1920-1968 RF-D ), split ring h/s dated MAR1,1928 on piece VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
419 image1911 NANAIMO-BC SQUARE CIRCLE STATE-2, superb impression dated JUN18,1911 on AR card from Union-Bay-BC, a very scarce AR card form 23¼B-2,000,000-13-7-10, 1911 cancel use not reported in 1911, VF est ($50+ US) (Image)

C$75+

AVAILABLE
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM
420 image1896 NANAIMO-BC, cds on cover dated JUN30,1895 and addressed to Victoria, F-VF est ($35+ US) (Image)

C$50+

SOLD for C$30.00
Closing..Mar-16, 09:00 PM

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