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This auction took place on 5 December 2013. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 146 - Canada
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
457    M
QV-QEII M & U collection/accumulation on leaves & stock cards, noted 1942 War Effort set fine M. Also a further selection from Newfoundland. (100's) £100 to 120 £120.00

1851-64 12d black Plate Proof in black on India paper on card, bears vertical SPECIMEN optd in carmine. Scott 3Pi, fine & rare. £800 to 1200 N/S
1852-57 3d red on soft wove ribbed paper, good to large margins, 3 sides just touched at top right on fourth, cancelled barred diamond with Toronto c.d.s. below, very scarce, SG.22. £80 to 100 N/S
CANADA & COLONIES 1852-1935 M & U collection on old Imperial leaves incl. Canada (198) incl. Imperf 3d Beaver close to good margins, 1857 ½d (2), 1859 5c (2), 12½c (2), 17c (2), Large Queens to 15c (3), range small Queens, 1893 20c, 50c, 1897 to 50c - all U, later ranges in mixed condition to 1935. Also New Brunswick (7), Newfoundland (87), odd British Columbia/Nova Scotia etc. £100 to 150 £185.00
461    M
QV-QEII collection of M & U in a Crown album incl. U range of large & small Queens, 1893 20c & 50c (2 of each), 1897 Jubilee to 10c M & 50c U. KEVII Defins. to 20c M & U, 1908 Tercentenary values to 20c M, 10c U, ranges of KGV Defins. M & U, 1927 Confederation set M & U, 1928 50c Bluenose marginal M, 1946 Peace set M (mainly UM), later to 1959 then some Special Delivery. £150 to 200 £180.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1855 (Jan) envelope to Baltimore bearing 6d slate violet on medium wove paper, good to very large margins from the left side of the sheet & well tied by light target cancellation. Montreal c.d.s. at right, fresh & fine with clear RPS Cert (1936). Ex Boucher, SG. 9. £750 to 1000 £820.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1858 (Feb 9) printed notice from Notary Public advising addressee that payment had been refused on bill of exchange, used locally in Cobourg, franked 1857 ½d deep rose on hard wove, good to large margins, tied by light Cobourg c.d.s. Filing creases well away from adhesive & some cover repairs, an attractive & rare usage. BPA Cert 1994, SG. 10. (1) £250 to 300 £250.00
1859 1c pale rose, fine unused good centring, SG.29. Cat. £400 £30 to 50 £52.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1863 printed market report ex Montreal to Peterbro with 1c deep rose indistinctly cancelled; also 1861 registered E (glue stains) ex London to Goderich, franked with 1c deep rose pair & 5c deep red (perf. faults to 2 stamps). Scarce pair. (2) £70 to 80 N/S
466    Used
1868-1987 good to FU collection written up in two Kingston albums plus further ranges in a stock book incl. a few 1868-71 Large Queens to 15c, Small Queens to 15c, 1897 Jubilee to 10c & 1908 Tercentenary to 10c. KEVII to 20c, KGV to $1, 1927 Confederation set, 1928-29 Def. set, 1932-33 set of seven, 1935 Def. set, 1937 Def. set & a general run through to 1987. Also a stock book of duplicates. (many 100's) £70 to 100 £92.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1870-88 6c yellowish brown bisected & used locally on cover to Prince Edward Island, Auberton & Charlottetown c.d.s, slight imperfections to cover as normal, BPA Cert. 1965 as SG.86b, very scarce, Cat. £1400 £400 to 500 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
1901 cover from Montreal to Mr. G. Edwards, London depicts moonlight landscape painted by Burgoyne Edwards, nephew of George Henry Edward, a Royal Academy artist who is known for his superb hand painted envelopes; encl. a letter relating to an art exhibition. £80 to 100 N/S
1911-22 KGV Set M incl. extra shades comprises 1c (4), 2c, 3c (3), 5c (2), 7c (3), 10c, 20c (2), & 50c (2). Good to fine M from SG. 196/215. Cat.£645 (18) £70 to 85 £100.00
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1926-28 1st flight covers (8) incl. 1926 Fairchild Airlines Haileybury - Rouyn semi-official adhesive + pilot signed, 1927 Patricia AW & Exploration flight Red Lake - Sioux with semi-official adhesive, 1928 Canadian Transcontinental AW Moncton - Grindstone Is - Charlottetown - Amherst Is, 1928 Western Canada AW Rolling Portage - Gold Pines, another but Rolling Portage - Jackson Maniou (300 flown), another but Rolling Portage - Red Lake, 1928 Western Canada AW Rolling Portage - Narrow Lake bears semi-official, Canadian Transcontinental 2nd winter flight Moncton - Charlottetown 3.3.28 (only 100 flown) £60 to 80 £110.00
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1928 selection of flight covers incl. Yukon AW & exploration 1st flight Whitehorse - Carcross, bears semi-official (375 flown), another but Carcross - Atlin (350 flown), another but Atlin - Whitehorse (375 flown), another but Carcross - Whitehorse, bears scarce 1st printing pale blue semi-official (only 100 copies printed), National Exhibition Jubilee special flights to Toronto (3) & from Toronto (7), Daily Service Toronto - Montreal 1.10.28, Canadian Colonial AW Montreal - Albany pilot signed, another but has US 10c Air added and flown onto US West Coast b/stamp Pasco, Western Canada AW experimental Prairie service 1st flights Edmonton - Winnipeg, Sask - Winn & vice versa. (20) £70 to 90 £115.00
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1929 selection of 1st flight covers incl. Commercial AW 1st flight Edmonton - Grand Prairie 21.5.29 reverse bears black semi-official with cachet, Western Canada AW 1st flight Waterways - Aklayik 1.7.29 reverse bears semi-official, another similar but Aklayik - Forth Smith (85 flown), total of 32 cacheted covers. (32) £60 to 80 £82.00
473    UM
1932 Ottawa Conference 13c marginal UM block of four SG.317, 1932 13c bright violet UM block of four SG.325, 1934 10c Empire Loyalists UM block of four, gum disturbance on two SG.333, 1946 7c Air corner marginal UM block 10 SG.407, Special Delivery 1938 10c corner marginal UM block of four SG.59. Cat.£520. (26) £100 to 120 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
KGVI covers incl. a few FDC's, mainly airmail items incl. FFC's & commercial mail, also WWII RCAF pair & a few (4) early QEII covers. (25) £50 to 60 N/S
475    UM
 Block of four
1937-38 20c, SG.365, 1946 $1m fine M, SG.406, 1950 50c Oil Fields UM corner marginal block of four, SG.431, 1951 $1 Fisherman UM, SG.433. (7) Cat. £116 £20 to 30 £26.00
476   Used (on letter or envelope)
20th Century collection displayed in album, many very attractive KGV-KGVI illustrated advertising & WWII patriotic covers, some Naval interest, censors, 1930's cacheted airmail covers incl. Cherry Red Airlines, 1939 varied types Royal Visit illustrated covers with special cancels, overall areas good postmarks, noted small maritime provinces villages on KEVII 1c postcards, KEVII & KGV postal stationery cards, early giant postcards of Quebec City in colour with others in packet. (143) £180 to 200 N/S
477    UM
1950's-2011 UM collection housed in stock books & a folder; ranges of M/Sheets, sheetlets, booklets, blocks of four etc. Lots of colourful sets, face value alone $3,167 with more added, appears to be no duplication. Useful run through lot. £500 to 600 £720.00
478    Block of four
OFFICIALS 1950 7c Air SG. 0190, 10c Special Delivery SG. 0S21 & 1949 7c Air SG. 0171 all are UM blocks of four (SG. 0171 is corner marginal). Cat.£296 (12) £50 to 60 N/S
479    Used
Used (on letter or envelope)
1984-2012 large quantity of FDC's (100's) plus stock book containing QEII FU stamps & M/Sheets. £80 to 100 £120.00
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