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Closing Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 07:00:00 PM


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Lot # Description Cat. Value
or Estimate
Curr. Bid
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Bid? Bidding
History
1
Australia #221. Post Office fresh and VF+ mint LL corner inscription block of four of the 1950 issue £2 green "Arms" high value. All four stamps are MNH, lightly hinged in selvedge only. This is the highest denomination KGVI Australian stamp issued. 2021 Scott as singles US$700.00= $910.00 $190
2299
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2
Bermuda #1/92, MR1-MR2. Two stockpages with an 1865-1934 selection of 83 mint hinged and used stamps. 2018 Scott US$829.30= $1,117.09 $260
5993
  History
3
British Africa - Mixed lot containing 426 used Kenya-KUT-Tanganyika-Tanzania-Uganda-Zanzibar stamps, laid out on six double-sided Vario pages. Includes a full list of catalogue numbers and prices. 2018/2019 Scott US$465.55= $605.20 $80
6087
  History
4
British Commonwealth - Classic Forgeries. Relatively crude and amusing selection of 19 different thoughtfully prepared but "won't fool anyone" GB overprinted Officials and Niger Coast/Oil Rivers overprints on Queen Victoria and Edward VII period issues. The Official overprints (including doubles and inverts!) appear to be rubber stamped and the Niger Coast/Oil Rivers overprinted stamps all have UK cancels (a pretty dead giveaway). As genuine these would catalogue in the tens of thousands! A great reference group, as these are from a very old collection and may be listed in some specialized literature published over the past century. Estimate $150.00 $24
2271
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5
British Commonwealth - Fourteen different mint sets of the 1935 Silver Jubilee from Bahamas to Swaziland, see scan for details. All have been hinged, some lightly hinged. Two Nyasaland have tiny thins. F-VF. 2021 Scott US$407.20= $529.36 $280
6097
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6
British Commonwealth - T-V Countries consisting of Tonga, Transvaal (cat.val $27.25), Trinidad, Turks and Caicos, Turks Islands, Uganda and Virgin Islands. A selection of 75 stamps. Mint hinged, mint no gum and a few used. 1868-1935 period issues on two stocksheets. 2018 Scott US$656.00= $852.80 $95
5574
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7
British Guiana #223. "Dot by Flagstaff" Variety. Lovely #8 sized 1935 commercial cover to Jamaica, franked with a VF vertical pair of the 2c GeoV Silver Jubilee, the bottom stamp showing a very clear and strong example of the "Dot by Flagstaff" constant plate flaw (Stanley Gibbons #301h, Plate 4, R8/4). The SG pricing factor is from 6 x for this issue on cover. SG catalogue value for the used stamp alone is £130.00=$220.00 CDN. As nice an example of this popular variety on cover as you will see. Estimate $300.00 $190
4506
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8
Canada #1. Lightly cancelled used 1851 issue 3p Beaver imperf on horizontally laid paper. Faulty but still a good "starter" example of this classic Canadian First Issue. 2021 Scott US$1,000.00= $1,300.00 $160
6016
  History
9
Canada #4. Four margin VF appearing used example of the 1852 issue 3 penny beaver, red on wove paper. Very sharp and crisp impression (early printing?). Clear sock on the nose 7-ring target cancel. Pressed out horizontal crease, only visible in fluid. 2021 Scott US$225.00= $292.50 $55
5739
  History
10
Canada #7. Sound and lightly cancelled, four margin used example of the 1855 issue 10p blue Jacques Cartier imperf on thin crisp paper. A fresh and attractive pence era item. 2021 Scott US$1,600.00= $2,080.00 $425
4096
  History
11
Canada #14. Sound and fresh mint disturbed part OG Hinged example of the 1859 issue 1c rose Victoria. A great start to a mint "First Cents" set. 2021 Scott US$425.00= $552.50 $80
6016
  History
12
Canada #14/489 plus Back of the Book. Mixed condition, all used 1859 to 1969 period collection of 549 stamps, all hinged on Minkus album pages. The bulk of the value is in the 19th Century material. Lots of stuff here but expect faults and make sure your bid takes the overall condition into account to avoid disappointment. See the scan of the corrected inventory sheet for more details. 2021 Scott US$3,051.35= $3,965.45 $260
3732
  History
13
Canada #15/846 plus Back of the Book and Provinces. All used 1859 to 1979 period collection of 719 stamps and one booklet pane, all mounted on Jarrett album pages or on 3-ring quadrille pages. Expect a few faults but noted some lovely VF CDS material in the mix also. The collection is only catalogued up to 1953. Saw lots of complete sets, useful Back of the Book and a smattering of Provinces. See the scan of the inventory list for more details. 2021 Scott (up to 1953) US$2,245.15= $2,918.70 $180
6081
  History
14
Canada #18a. Vibrantly fresh and VF mint no gum example of the 1859 issue 12½c "First Cents" issue in a rich and distinctive deep blue green shade. Unitrade is $1,500.00 for VF mint no gum. 2021 Scott Classic US$1,050.00= $1,365.00 $200
6081
  History
15
Canada #22. Mint no gum example of the 1868 issue 1c brown red Large Queen. Well centered, decent colour. Rounded upper right corner and small thin noted for the record. 2mm tear at lower right corner. 2021 Scott US$800.00= $1,040.00 $50
4982
  History
16
Canada #23. Calendar Group. Fresh, generally sound and Fine selection of 8 used examples of the 1c yellow orange Large Queen, all with fully legible "Sock on the Nose" CDS dated cancels, ranging from April 16th 1869 up to December 19th 1870 printed on Duckworth papers 10a or 10B). A marvelous reference group for the Large Queen collector wanting to authenticate varieties by date of usage or the classic Canadian "calendar" collector. Needless to say, a tough group to assemble. All described in detail for papers and perfs. 2021 Scott US$2,000.00= $2,600.00 $230
4197
  History
17
Canada #23iii. Fresh and Fine CDS dated used example of the Unitrade listed 1c yellow orange Large Queen on thin paper (Duckworth paper 9B). A very elusive paper type. Especially nice to have with the clear Brantford Ontario October 28th 1869 dated cancel. A great reference item for the Large Queen collector wanting to authenticate varieties by date of usage. One short perf at the bottom noted for the record. 2021 Unitrade. $500.00 $120
5902
  History
18
Canada #25iii. Fine used example of the 1868 issue 3c red Large Queen on the Unitrade listed thick soft white (blotting) paper. 2021 Unitrade. $300.00 $70
4453
  History
19
Canada #35. Fresh and F/VF mint 3H/1NH (the second stamp from the left) upper right corner sheet margin strip of four of the 1c yellow Small Queen, with "ONE CENT" counter in selvedge at top. Sensibly hinge re-enforced in two places. Valued as basic stamps by Scott Classic. 2021 Scott Classic for H/NH strip US$350.00= $455.00 $75
5868
  History
20
Canada #35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 46. Mint selection of seven different Small Queens, in very mixed condition. The 1c, 3c and 5c are sound mint OG H/HR; the 6c is sound mint no gum; the 8c, 10c and 20c values are all with faults (scuffs, thins). A good Small Queen "starter"group. Take into account the overall condition when bidding. 2021 Scott US$2,585.00= $3,360.50 $95
5739
  History
21
Canada #36. Fresh and Fine mint NH example of the 2c green Small Queen (shade tending towards blue green). Streaky white gum as associated with the earlier printings. 2021 Scott Classic for NH US$170.00= $221.00 $70
6052
  History
22
Canada #38. Fine mint OG NEVER HINGED example of the 5c slate green Small Queen, the key 1876 printing. A very scarce stamp in superior quality condition. 2021 Scott Classic for NH US$1,600.00= $2,080.00 $240
77
  History
23
Canada #42. Fresh and F/VF MNH example of the later (1888) printing 5c gray Small Queen. Nice sharp impression, pristine gum. 2021 Scott Classic for NH US$500.00= $650.00 $80
77
  History
24
Canada #43. Fresh and F/VF mint example of the 1888 issue 6c red brown Small Queen. Never Hinged but light gum glazing from storage so no NH premium added. 2021 Scott US$225.00= $292.50 $34
77
  History
25
Canada #45. Fresh and Fine mint full OG (NH but some minor gum disturbance, so valued as Hinged) example of the brown red shade of the later 1890s printing of the 10c Small Queen. 2021 Scott US$675.00= $877.50 $65
77
  History
26
Canada #46. Largely sound and F/VF used selection of 22 examples of the 1893 issue 20c vermilion Queen Victoria "Widows Weeds". All still Hinged on the collector's quadrille album page. Includes a strip of four, a London Ontario Squared Circle, an Ottawa Crown cancel and other useful postmarks. Take a good look at the scan to appreciate the overall general condition. 2021 Scott US$2,750.00= $3,575.00 $180
3434
  History
27
Canada #50-60. Mostly used (the ½c black is MH) part set of 11 different 1897 issue Queen Victoria Jubilees, consisting of the ½c black up to and including the 50c ultramarine values. The 50c and 20c values have small surface scuffs and the 6c value has a shallow thin. Still a decent start to a complete used set. All valued as used. 2021 Scott US$1,116.00= $1,450.80 $110
3811
  History
28
Canada #52. Fine/VF mint NH sheet margin block of four of the 2c green 1897 issue Jubilee. Part inscription in selvedge ("No-8"). 2021 Scott US$370.00= $481.00 $80
5038
  History
29
Canada #54. VF mint NH example of the 5c deep blue 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee issue. Unitrade is $300.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$170.00= $221.00 $95
5233
  History
30
Canada #62. Mathematically centered, Post Office fresh and VF mint OG NH example of the $2.00 dark purple 1897 Queen Victoria Jubilee high value commemorative. Comes with a 1979 Philatelic Foundation photo certificate which states (in part "Unused, O.G., genuine"). Very light corner bend/crease noted at the extreme upper left corner noted for the record (not mentioned in the certificate). Unitrade is $6,000.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$3,750.00= $4,875.00 $825
1786
  History
31
Canada #62. Vibrantly fresh and F/VF centered used example of the $2.00 dark purple 1897 QV Diamond Jubilee issue, with a clear "UNION ST'N TORONTO 1" roller cancel. A decent quality and sound high value Canadian Classic. 2021 Scott US$550.00= $715.00 $160
4791
  History
32
Canada #65. Very Fine centered used example of the $5.00 olive green 1897 issue Queen Victoria Jubilee high value. Light roller cancel. Small thin behind the young Queen's head noted for the record. 2021 Scott US$1,000.00= $1,300.00 $250
4791
  History
33
Canada #66-70, 72. Six different fresh and F/VF mint values from the 1897-1898 Queen Victoria "Leaf" series. The 8c value has a small Hinge Remnant but the other values are very Lightly Hinged. The 2c and 5c values are particularly nice. 2021 Scott US$725.00= $942.50 $80
6052
  History
34
Canada #71. VF mint NH 6c brown QV "Maple Leaf" issue of 1897-1898. 2021 Unitrade is $600.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$350.00= $455.00 $100
4249
  History
35
Canada #82. Fresh and F/VF mint NH example of the 1898 issue 8c orange Queen Victoria "Numeral". Light handling bends at bottom noted for the record. 2021 Scott US$700.00= $910.00 $95
5538
  History
36
Canada #99. VF MNH example of the 1908 issue 5c blue "Champlain's Home" from the Quebec Tercentenary commemorative set. Exceptional centering, pristine original gum. A welcome addition to a top of the line set. Unitrade is $450.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$210.00= $273.00 $200
5086
  History
37
Canada #105. Extremely Fine and mint NH block of four of the June 7th 1922 first printing of the 1c orange yellow GeoV Admiral, Die I, wet printing. Comes with a 2018 Gratton photo certificate which states, in part "Mint original gum, never hinged ... The stamp block is genuine in all respects and is in extremely fine condition". You'll have a hard time finding a nicer block! Unitrade is $480.00 for a VF NH block. 2021 Scott US$240.00= $312.00 $160
5038
  History
38
Canada #113. Post Office Fresh and VF MNH example of the 1912 issue 7c yellow ochre KGV Admiral (wet printing). Unitrade is $240.00 for VF MNH. 2021 Scott US$130.00= $169.00 $80
6092
  History
39
Canada #113, 113iii Se-tenant pair. VF mint NH pair of the 1916 issue 7c yellow ochre GeoV Admiral, consisting of a normal stamp (at left), se-tenant with the Unitrade listed "retouched vertical line in upper right spandrel" constant plate variety. A nice Admiral variety showpiece. 2021 Unitrade. $840.00 $170
4560
  History
40
Canada #114v. Fresh and VF mint NH example of the 7c red brown GeoV Admiral (Plate 8 wet printing), showing the Unitrade listed "diagonal line in N of CENTS" constant plate flaw. 2021 Unitrade. $450.00 $110
6092
  History
41
Canada #117, 117a, 117ii. Select quality VF mint NH trio of 10c blue GeoV Admirals, consisting of the Unitrade catalogue listed blue, wet printing (#117); blue, dry printing (#117a); and pale blue, wet printing (#117ii). A top-of-the-line Admiral group. 2021 Unitrade. $690.00 $270
4303
  History
42
Canada #122, 122b. F/VF mint NH examples of the $1.00 GeoV Admiral high value in both the orange (dry printing) and deep orange (wet printing) shades. Listed in both Unitrade and Scott Classic catalogues. 2021 Scott Classic US$665.00= $864.50 $100
5813
  History
43
Canada #131-134. Fresh, sound and all VF mint complete set of all four perf 12 KGV Admiral coils. Unitrade is $525.00 for a VF NH set. 2021 Scott US$289.00= $357.50 $280
6092
  History
44
Canada #135/209. Fresh and F/VF (lots of VF noted) mint Hinged 1917 to 1934 period GeoV era collection of 29 different stamps, all complete sets. Includes imperf and surcharge Admirals, the Medallion set including coils plus numerous commemoratives. All still mounted on the original cut-down album pages. 2021 Scott Classic US$575.45= $748.08 $85
5917
  History
45
Canada #136-138. VF mint NH imperforate singles of the 1924 issue 1c yellow, 2c green and 3c carmine KGV Admirals. Great oversize margins! Unitrade is $250.00 for VF mint NH. 2021 Scott US$162.50= $211.25 $110
6052
  History
46
Canada #138. LATHEWORK. VF mint NH lower right hand corner sheet margin imperf single of the 3c carmine KGV Admiral with Type D lathework in margin. A nice "fat"stamp. 2021 Unitrade. $120.00 $65
4249
  History
47
Canada #142. First Day Cover. The 1927 issue 2c green "Confederation" commemorative issue on a full colour Eppstadt illustrated FDC. Proper Ottawa First Day Flag cancel. Top quality condition, typewritten address, with no tears, creases or stains. 2021 Unitrade. $150.00 $32
2168
  History
48
Canada #158. Fresh and F/VF mint OG NH block of four of the iconic 50c Bluenose high value from the 1928 KGV Scroll issue. Great colour, pristine gum. A great showpiece addition to your GeoV "Scroll" series album age. No Canadian collection is complete without this beautifully engraved item! 2021 Scott US$1,700.00= $2,210.00 $475
6052
  History
49
Canada #195-200, 195d, 197c, 198i. Spectacular VF MNH selection of KGV Medallion issues consisting of the 1c-8c "Bust of KGV" design 1c green dry printing, 3c deep red Die II and additional plus the Unitrade listed 4c "brownish ochre" shade. All with fresh paper, great gum and rich colours! 2021 Unitrade. $475.00 $210
6092
  History
50
Canada #199i. Pristine and VF+ MNH upper right corner block of 4 of the 5c dark blue KGV Medallion issue, from plate #1 with the major re-entry at position 10 (upper right stamp). The Unitrade listed constant engraved plate variety shows strong doubling at top of the design and especially in, above and below "CANADA". An undervalued GeoV variety. 2021 Unitrade. $300.00 $475
4303
  History
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