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Lot # Description Cat. Value
or Estimate
Curr. Bid
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Bid? Bidding
History
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Australia #54, 55. Sound and Fine used examples of two high value Kangaroos consisting of the 1918 issue 5sh yellow and grey and 1917 issue 10sh bright pink and grey, both watermark 10 (narrow Crown and narrow A). 2021 Scott US$400.00= $520.00 $110
5734
  History
2
Australia #132. Perfectly centered POSTALLY used example of the 1932 issue 5sh gray green "Sydney Bridge" high value commemorative. This stamp is almost always found off centre. Postally used examples of this stamp are also very scarce, as the vast majority of used were Post Office CTO! 2020 Scott US$275.00= $357.50 $260
5902
  History
3
Australia - A Mob of Kangaroos. Used group of 36 lightly duplicated "Kangaroos", 1913 to 1936 period issues. All still Hinged on the original quadrille album pages. The Scott numbers run between #2 and #127. Identified and priced by the owner. Unchecked for any better plate varieties or cancels. Valued as basic Scott types. 2021 Scott US$745.00= $968.50 $150
5734
  History
4
Australia - Premium Postage Face Lot. Clean selection of all mint, mostly NH stamps. It includes a great mix of singles, blocks and miniature panes as well as folders and post office packs containing mint NH issues. The majority of denominations are in the 20c to 45c range but expect lower and higher denominations in the mix. Total face value $184.31 AUD= $175.00 $140
5428
  History
5
Bahamas #157/268. Comprehensive VF mint H/NH collection of 107 different 1953 to 1967 early QEII period issues, all in fresh and attractive complete sets. Includes long pictorial sets and Omnibus issues. 2020 Scott US$241.40= $313.82 $90
5655
  History
6
Barbados #81/112, B1. Generally F/VF mint Hinged selection of 21 different 1897 to 1907 period issues, all Jubilee, Seahorse or Nelson Monument types. Very decent quality throughout. 2021 Scott US$389.75= $506.67 $120
5734
  History
7
British Commonwealth - Ninety mint better stamps cataloguing between $5.00 each to $90.00 each. Many key values! Some NH, most hinged. Odd tiny fault, otherwise VG-VF centred. Study the scans well. 2020/2021 Scott US$1,662.00= $2,160.60 $220
3408
  History
8
British Commonwealth Country Carton Trio - Three box lot of clean used material, each carton separately described. The lot consists of: Great Britain off paper semi-sorted in envelopes from 1935–2008. 10,000s of stamps. Much duplicated material but still loads of commemoratives. (Estimate $100.00); Australia 1990s–2010. 15 pounds of on-paper mix, mostly commmemoratives, few earlier but the best in modern issues. (Estimate $75.00); Canada off paper used sorted into 500 #10 envelopes. 5¢ to 46¢ period lots for commemoratives. 1000s, maybe 10,000s of stamps. Some heavy duplications in places. (Estimate $75.00). Total estimate $250.00 $200
2299
  History
9
Canada #1. Fresh, sound and Fine moderately cancelled (7-ring target) used example of the 1851 issue 3p Beaver imperf on horizontally laid paper. An attractive and superior quality example of this classic Canadian First Issue. 2021 Scott US$1,000.00= $1,300.00 $450
5918
  History
10
Canada #4d. Sound and Fine used example of the 1852 issue 3p beaver imperforate on thin crisp wove paper. Light partial 7-ring target cancel. 2021 Scott US$225.00= $292.50 $110
5922
  History
11
Canada #5. Spectacular used upper right sheet corner position example of the 1855 issue 6p slate grey Prince Albert imperf on wove paper. Four balanced huge to outrageously massive margins, 7-ring target cancel. Small thin at bottom noted for the record. 2021 Scott US$1,200.00= $1,560.00 $425
5834
  History
12
Canada #11. The rare 1858 half penny rose perforated pence issue, Fine used appearance, with a small repaired tear at left (visible only in fluid). Only issued for a very short period of time and missing from most collections we see. 2021 Scott US$1,750.00= $2,275.00 $425
5990
  History
13
Canada #14 CDS Study. High catalogue value group, including scarce Unitrade listed varieties, all with some kind of minor fault noted by the consignor. All described in detail by the very knowledgeable collector. A great selection for the collector of Classic Canadian varieties on a budget. Owner's Unitrade. $728.00 $55
4453
  History
14
Canada #14iv/37i, 17TC Faulty Group. High catalogue value group, including scarce Unitrade listed varieties, all with some kind of minor fault noted by the consignor. All described in detail by the very knowledgeable collector. A great selection for the collector of Classic Canadian varieties on a budget. Owner's Unitrade. $1,880.00 $160
3634
  History
15
Canada #14x. MAJOR RE-ENTRY. Fine used example of the rare MAJOR RE-ENTRY (position 58) variety on the 1c rose Victoria 1859 "First Cents" issue. Lightly cancelled, fresh and sound. For some strange reason this constant variety is listed yet unpriced in Unitrade. Fairly valued at the same rate as two other Unitrade listed plate varieties on the 1c (#14v and 14vi). 2020 Unitrade. $150.00 $80
4007
  History
16
Canada #15v. Five used examples of the rare MAJOR-RE-ENTRY (position 28) on the 5c Beaver from the 1859 "First Cents" series, all different printings. Further identified by a very knowledgeable collector for different plate states, printings and perfs. Very conservatively valued as 4 x VG and 1 x Very Fine used. The VF stamp comes with a PSE photo certificate. This group took years to assemble and will make an exceptional page in any medal-worthy "First Cents" exhibit. 2020 Unitrade. $2,000.00 $375
5614
  History
17
Canada #15vii (x 3), 15ix. Three used examples of the rare and popular "log in the waterfall" plate flaw (position 53) on the 5c Beaver from the 1859 "First Cents" series (all different printings), plus an example of the "leaping fish" plate flaw (position 54). Further identified by a very knowledgeable collector for different plate states, printings and perfs. All valued as Fine used. 2020 Unitrade. $1,200.00 $400
5614
  History
18
Canada #20. Sound and fresh mint no gum example of the 1864 issue 2c rose Victoria from the "First Cents" series. 2021 Scott US$675.00= $877.50 $140
5394
  History
19
Canada #21-30. Complete basic used set of all 10 Queen Victoria 1868-1876 issue Large Queens plus an extra 3c value. Most stamps have some form of fault (thins, small creases, tears) this is still a good starter set that can be upgraded at a later date. 2021 Scott US$1,300.00= $1,690.00 $110
5272
  History
20
Canada #21a/30e. Detailed study of eleven different Large Queen issues, all with legible CDS cancels. The knowledgeable collector/consignor has further identified each stamp for papers, shades and perfs. Valued as the basic Scott listed types. The #30e is the key stamp in the lot. 2021 Scott US$1,510.00= $1,963.00 $160
5976
  History
21
Canada #25a. F/VF used example of the 3c red Large Queen on watermarked (E. & G. BOTHWELL CLUTHA MILLS) paper. Portion of the "WE" watermark clear and visible at top. A key Large Queen issue. Light 7-ring target cancel. 2021 Scott US$475.00= $617.50 $90
5902
  History
22
Canada #34. Study Lot. Generally sound and Fine used accumulation of 45 x ½c Small Queens, including a block of four and a vertical pair. Offered as received. Noted a range of shades and paper varieties, unchecked for re-entries or other collectable "flyspecks". Valued as basic stamps by Scott catalogue. 2021 Scott US$450.00= $585.00 $46
1683
  History
23
Canada #37/101. Small Queen through Quebec Tercentenary selection of 56 lightly duplicated mint stamps, all housed on #102 dealer cards. Identified, graded and conservatively valued by the consignor. Note that the owner's retail prices are considerably lower than the Unitrade catalogue values. Mixed condition, but priced accordingly. Owner's retail total $1,707.50 $280
5990
  History
24
Canada #37/41. Over 1,800 used 1870 to 1897 period 3c Small Queens, from early printings up to the later issues. Noted a wide range of shades and papers, unchecked for perfs. Loaded with cork cancels in the earlies with a decent number of CDS cancels in the more recent material. A great lot for the Small Queen student. Estimate $350.00 $150
4302
  History
25
Canada #41, 43, 44, 45. Mint OG H/part OG quartet of later printing Small Queens, consisting of the 3c vermilion (full OG VLH), the 6c red brown (OG H, 1 short perf at right), the 8c violet black (OG HR) and the 10c brown red (small part OG, short perfs at top). A good start to the later Small Queens. 2021 Scott US$1,225.00= $1,592.50 $80
5917
  History
26
Canada #46, 47. Fresh and F/VF mint OG Hinged high value 1893 issue Widow's Weeds, consisting of the 20c vermilion and 50c deep blue. An attractive looking Queen Victoria duo. 2021 Scott US$800.00= $1,040.00 $150
5917
  History
27
Canada #46, 47. Study Part One. The first installment of a massive mounted study of the 20c vermilion and 50c deep blue Queen Victoria "Widows Weeds". This first portion consists of 4 x the 20c value and 9 x the 50c value, all used on piece with various other contemporary stamp issues, plus an imperforate proof in colour of issue of each value (the 50c proof has a vertical pen defacing mark). The used stamps alone catalogue over US$1,400.00 in Scott and the proofs are quite scarce. A great start to a medal-winning exhibit of these attractive high value Small Queen "associates". See the next lot and more to come in future sales. Estimate $600.00 $250
4350
  History
28
Canada #46, 47. Study Part Two. The second instalment of a massive mounted study of the 20c vermilion and 50c deep blue Queen Victoria "Widows Weeds". This all used portion consists of 20 x the 20c value and 23 x the 50c value. The group consists of singles and multiples (note shades), with a very impressive range of cancels, including CDS, rollers, Squared Circles, Split Rings, Precancels, Crowns, House of Commons, etc. A superior quality group of these attractive high value Small Queen "associates". Valued as basic used singles by Scott. More to come in future sales. 2021 Scott US$4,455.00= $5,791.00 $600
5460
  History
29
Canada #51. Sound and Fine mint NH block of 20 of the 1c orange 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. The stamps are all Never Hinged but the gum is a bit dulled from storage. This well-proportioned block will make a nice first page of a Jubilee exhibit. 2021 Scott US$1,500.00= $1,950.00 $230
5940
  History
30
Canada #51. Vibrantly fresh and F/VF mint NH block of four of the 1c orange 1897 Jubilee issue. Nice rich colour and the gum is pristine. 2021 Scott US$300.00= $390.00 $55
5233
  History
31
Canada #55. Fresh and Fine mint, pristine NH example of the 1897 issue 6c yellow brown Queen Victoria Jubilee commemorative. 2021 Scott US$575.00= $747.50 $65
5868
  History
32
Canada #56. Fresh and VF centered mint 2H/2NH block of four of the 8c dark violet 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. An attractive and scarce Jubilee multiple. Light vertical bend/crease on the right hand stamps noted for the record. Unitrade is $1,600.00 for a VF mint 2H/2NH block. 2021 Scott US$860.00= $1,118.00 $240
5703
  History
33
Canada #56P. Archival quality plate proof in a very rich and dark violet colour of issue of the 8c value from the 1897 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee commemorative set. Fat imperforate margins all around, razor sharp impression. A superb quality medium value from the set! 1,150 printed. 2020 Unitrade. $140.00 $120
4464
  History
34
Canada #57. Fresh and F/VF centered mint NH example of the 10c brown violet 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. Very attractively centered, great colour and gum. 2021 Scott US$400.00= $520.00 $48
5648
  History
35
Canada #58. The 15c steel blue 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. A sound, fresh and Fine used very lightly CDS cancelled single. 2021 Scott US$190.00= $247.00 $85
5918
  History
36
Canada #59. Fresh and Fine mint 3H/1NH block of four of the 1897 issue 20c vermilion QV Jubilee. Bright colour, fault-free. 2021 Scott US$1,475.00= $1,917.50 $230
4904
  History
37
Canada #59i. Vibrantly fresh and F/VF mint OGH example of the Unitrade listed deep vermilion shade of the 1897 issue 20c Jubilee. Catalogued by Scott as the basic vermilion shade. 2021 Scott US$275.00= $357.50 $110
5958
  History
38
Canada #60. Fresh and Fine centered mint NH example of the 50c ultramarine 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. 2021 Scott US$775.00= $1,007.50 $80
5648
  History
39
Canada #61. F/VF appearing example of the $1.00 lake QV 1897 Jubilee high value. Moderate Montreal roller cancel. Small vertical 5mm tear at top. Still a scarce and attractive Victorian Classic missing from most collections we see. 2021 Scott US$650.00= $845.00 $95
5898
  History
40
Canada #61. Fresh and attractively centered F/VF mint OG Hinged example of the $1.00 lake QV 1897 Jubilee high value. A scarce and attractive Victorian Classic missing from most collections we see. Light corner bend/crease at lower right noted for the record. 2021 Scott US$850.00= $1,105.00 $220
5990
  History
41
Canada #62. Fresh and VF centered used example of the $2.00 dark purple 1897 QV Jubilee. A decent quality moderately cancelled and sound high value Canadian Classic. 2021 Scott US$550.00= $715.00 $130
5460
  History
42
Canada #62. Wonderfully fresh, F/VF mint OG Hinged example of the $2.00 dark purple 1897 issue Queen Victoria Jubilee. Well centered within large margins. 2021 Scott US$1,300.00= $1,690.00 $475
5990
  History
43
Canada #65. SPECIMEN. VF centered part OG HR example of the 1897 issue $5.00 olive green Jubilee with SPECIMEN overprint. These specimens were distributed to members of the UPU by the Canadian Post Office in order to show the member postal authorities what the new issues look like. Not quite fresh, so valued as Fine only. 2020 Unitrade. $400.00 $130
4389
  History
44
Canada #65. VF centered used example of the $5.00 olive green 1897 issue Queen Victoria Jubilee high value. Overall smudge cancel (probably from parcel usage). 2021 Scott US$1,000.00= $1,300.00 $180
5898
  History
45
Canada #66, 68, 70, 71, 72. Mint Hinged/Disturbed Gum but otherwise sound quintet of 1897 issue Queen Victoria "Leaf" issues, consisting of the ½c black, 2c purple, 5c dark blue on bluish, 6c brown and 8c orange. 2021 Scott US$730.00= $949.00 $55
5538
  History
46
Canada #68 (x 12), 68 (x 18). Mint blocks of the 1c blue green (block of 12) and the 2c purple (three blocks of 6) 1897-1898 QV "Leaf" issue. Only one block has gum, the upper right sheet margin corner block of 6 of the 2c purple (5 stamps NH, one thinned). 2021 Scott US$1,430.00= $1,859.00 $65
5937
  History
47
Canada #72. Fresh and F/VF mint 2NH/2HR block of four of the 1897 issue 8c orange Queen Victoria "Leaf". Pretty! 2021 Scott US$2,400= $3,120.00 $325
1003
  History
48
Canada #72. Fresh and pristine F/VF mint NH example of the 8c orange 1897 Queen Victoria "Leaf" issue. Bright original colour. A great stamp! Comes with a scan of the Vincent Graves Greene certificate for the original block. 2021 Scott US$850.00= $1,105.00 $210
5242
  History
49
Canada #75. Fresh and Fine mint hinge reinforced block of 10 of the 1898 issue 1c grey green QV "Numeral". The five lower stamps are all NH, four of the upper stamps are Hinged and one is thinned (not counted in the total). 2021 Scott US$755.00= $910.00 $55
4419
  History
50
Canada #75. VF mint NH example of the 1898 issue 1c grey green Queen Victoria "Numeral". Unitrade is $240.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$100.00= $130.00 $90
5577
  History
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