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Great Britain #3, 4. All used selection of the 1841 issue imperf Penny Reds and Two Penny Blues. The lot consists of: #3 x 3 singles; #3 strip of three; #3 on cover; #4 x 3 singles; and very scarce #4 block of four. Unchecked for plates and all valued as the most common shades. 2023 Scott Classic US$2,277.50 = $3,074.65
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Great Britain #3/179. Victorian Great Britain cancel accumulation. The grouping starts with a number of #3s with readable 3-digit killers and some black Maltese cancels, followed by an example of #69 (rounded corner, catalogues $500.00) with a "newspaper branch" cancel. There are a couple of pages of QV Jubilee/KEVII with readable cancels and the lot finishes with a small group of 1/2d #125 lower right corner pairs with selvedge. Both the catalogue value and the eye appeal will add up quickly here. Estimate = $150.00
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Great Britain #3/78 Postal History. Group of 19 Victorian covers, folded letter sheets and a postal stationery card (+2 pieces). In not particular order, there are 7 imperforate Penny Red franking items (one with a pair), a mis-perforated copy of #8 on a clean 1854 envelope, several covers bearing #33 (most with the plate numbers identified) and a pair of folded letters used to confirm numbers for a church registry (using 1/2d #78). While some faults are to be expected, the condition is decent. Who knows what some research might turn up when delving into the contents here! Estimate = $150.00
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Great Britain #22/28. Clean used selection of the 1855-1856 first surface printed issues, all laid out on one Hagner brand stock sheet. The group consists of #22, #24, #26 (x 4), #27 (x 2), #27a, and #28. Expect an odd small fault or two but in general a sound and Fine or better offering. 2024 Scott US$2,705.00 = $3,651.75
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Great Britain #27/523 plus Back of the Book. A pre-decimal mounted collection. Good Victorian era material, with individual catalogue values up to $250.00 per stamp, including some nice wing margin copies and a number with readable cancels. The Edwardian section is respectable followed by two Seahorses, the collection picks up steam again in the early Elizabethan issues, which are now predominantly mint and includes phosphors, graphite lines and some postage dues with potential. About 350 stamps in total. The catalogue would add up quickly and easily come out to a few thousand dollars. Estimate = $220.00
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Great Britain #28/134. A tale of two notebooks. The first is a child’s scribbler probably from the 1960’s with about 220 used stamps from the Victorian-Edwardian period, including better, such as #28 x4 (catalogue $300.00 each), along with better issues throughout, including many different plate numbers and some cancel potential. Duplication in the Jubilee and KEVII issues, including some shade potential (the prices, mostly in pennies, are from another era!). Unfortunately, the stamps were heavily hinged to the pages, and some possibly even glued in place. So, despite there being a few thousand dollars in catalogue value here, the successful bidder may be advised to soak them all off. If that doesn’t "float your boat" the second "notebook" is a plate reconstruction booklet for #33, with 112 used and 1 mint copy all in their appropriate sheet location. The conditioning and hinging of these stamps are better. Estimate = $200.00
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Great Britain #29/32, 61. Clean used selection of mostly the 1858-1870 line engraved Two Penny issues, all laid out on one Hagner brand stock sheet. The group consists of unplated #27 (x 12), #29 plate 7, #29 plate 8, #29 plate 9, #30 plate 13, #30 plate 14, #30 plate 15 and #32 plate 3. An addition #61 is also included as a perfin on piece (along with the already noted #30 plate 14). Expect an odd small fault or two but in general a sound and Fine or better offering. 2024 Scott US$2,705.00 = $3,651.75
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Great Britain #33 Plate Number 86 Complete Plating. Complete used run of all the plate positions (AA/LT) of the 1864 issue perforated "Penny Red". Mixed condition (expect some faulty stamps in the mix). A great starter plating collection of this popular series that can be upgraded over time. 2024 Scott US$1,440.00 = $1,944.00
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Great Britain #33 Plate Number Collection. Nearly complete (missing only plate #77) used run of all the plate numbers of the 1864 issue perforated "Penny Red", plate #71 up to and including plate #225 (slightly clipped perfs). Mixed condition (expect some faulty stamps in the mix). A great starter group of this popular series that can be upgraded over time. Estimate = $500.00
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Great Britain #34/48 Including Plates. Used and used on piece selection of 21 lightly duplicated 1862 to 1865 surface printed issues, all identified by the consignor and laid out on three Hagner stock sheets. Note a nice range of plates and shades. Take a good look at the scans to appreciate the range of different catalogue numbers and plates as well as to evaluate condition. Expect the odd fault but in general sound and Fine or better. 2024 Scott US$4,582.50.00 = $6,186.35
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Great Britain #45, 48 INVERTED WATERMARKS. Used examples of the 1865 issue 6p lilac (plate 5) and 1sh green (plate 4) both with INVERTED WATERMARK 24 (Heraldic Emblems). Listed in Stanley Gibbons catalogue as #97Wi and #101Wi. The #48 has a trimmed wing margin at left. 2022 Stanley Gibbons Concise £900.00 = $1,526.00
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Great Britain #49 Plates. All used selection of various plate numbers of the 1860-1880 issue 3p rose, watermark 25 (Spray of Rose). The group consists of: plate #5 x 2; plate #6 x 2; plate #8, plate #9; and plate #10. All valued as the most common shade. 2024 Scott US$647.50 = $874.15
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Great Britain #50/55. All used selection of nine 1867 to 1880 period issues, all different for catalogue or plate number. Expect the odd short perf or trimmed wing margin, otherwise a sound and relatively comprehensive group. 2024 Scott US$1,735.00 = $2,342.25
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Great Britain #57, 57a. Used examples of both the rose and pale rose shades (both plate #1) of the 1867 issue 5sh large format Queen Victoria, watermark 26 (Maltese Cross). The #57 has a premium LIVERPOOL CDS cancel but has a repaired upper right corner (filled thin). 2024 Scott US$1,550.00 = $2,092.50
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Great Britain #58 Plates. Clean used selection of almost all the plates of the 1870 issue ½p "Bantam". All identified by the consignor but a quick peek confirmed their assessments. A good number of the stamps have very light cancels (possibly some are unused) and all have been valued as used. Take a good look at the the scan to see for yourself! 2024 Scott US$1,055.00 = $1,424.25
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Great Britain #69, 70, 71, 73. Used quartet of 1876 to 1880 period issues, all watermark 23 (Large Garter), consisting of #69 (Plate 15), #70 (Plate 15), #71 (Plate 17) and #73 (Plate 1). 2024 Scott US$1,875.00 = $2,531.25
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Great Britain #74. Fine appearing used example of the 1878 issue 10sh slate, plate 1, wmk 26 (Maltese Cross). Faults including a large thin, still a key Victorian stamp. 2024 Scott US$3,750.00 = $5,062.50
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Great Britain #96. Used block of four of the 1883 issue 2sh6p large format high value Victoria. Great centering, short corner at upper left. A scarce multiple. Conservatively valued with no premiums added for centering or postmarks. 2024 Scott US$740.00 = $999.00
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Great Britain #108. Superb quality used horizontal pair of the 1894 issue 5sh carmine Victoria, watermark 31 (Anchor). Both stamps with neat and legible Sock on the Nose "GLASGOW SP 2" CDS postmarks. Scott notes a 25% + 25% premium for centering. 2024 Scott US$870.00 = $1,174.50
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Great Britain #124. VF used 1891 issue £1 green Queen Victoria high value, watermark 30 (Imperial Crown) with ideal sock on the nose "Guernsey" cancel. 2024 Scott US$925.00 = $1,248.95
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Great Britain #127/145. Edward VII used selection of 17 stamps to the 5/-, with some very nice light postmarks (including nice postmarks on two higher values). From a simplified collection, unchecked for shades. Overall condition is decent and although the 1/- was used, it has no distinct cancel and was uncounted in the total catalogue value. 2023 Scott US$714.10 = $964.04
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Great Britain #127-139, 143, 144-145. Unusually fresh and Very Fine mint Hinged group of 1902 to 1911 Edward VII issues, running from the original ½p up to and including the 2sh6p value plus the later additional ½p, 4p and 7p values. 2024 Scott US$1,078.25 = $1,455.65
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Great Britain #292/801 plus Back of the Book and Regionals. Early QEII hingeless pages covering 1952-1976 in a snazzy looking red Lindner 18-ring binder with matching slipcase. Very complete (probably needing only a couple of dozen stamps to be complete) mostly mint, Never Hinged, with a bit of used material scattered throughout, but not many blank spaces. Lots of Wildings and noted some graphite lines and phosphors, although a bit light on postage dues (but there are some). This collection bridges the transition to the decimal issue, including regional issues. About 600 stamps. The album is in excellent condition, and retails for over $250.00. Estimate = $160.00
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Great Britain #BK11. The seldom seen 2/- blue complete booklet mint NH, includes panes #187b, 188b, 189c and 189d. Quite clean given its age, fully intact, no creases nor bent corners. A gem for any GB or booklet collector. 2024 Scott US$1000.00 = $1,350.00
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Great Britain #J1/J103. Postage due accumulation on pages, stockcards, glassine envelopes and a presentation folder compiled from a half-dozen sources. Includes mint and used ranging over 70 years with strength in the earlier. Many are notated, but unchecked by us for accuracy, but we did see some obviously better issues, including high values. There will be some overlap, leading to a moderate amount of duplication and some unrelated "back of the book" material that is just "along for the ride". Over 200 stamps. Estimate = $140.00
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Great Britain #U2. Mint condition 1840 issue 2p blue "Mulready" envelope (stereo a95). Fresh and intact, a couple of minor paper irregularities noted for the record, still a superior quality example of the world's first pre-paid 2p postal stationery envelope. 2024 Scott US$500.00 = $675.00
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Great Britain - Accumulation in a small stockbook. This little stockbook has successfully protected these stamps for about 50 years, but it didn’t magically organize them. The first four pages are a mix of various "penny red" printings, with about half being #33. We noted an uneven block of 6 of #16 (it should be mentioned that there is no indication that any plating study has been done). The book jumps ahead to Great War-era GeoV issues and 8 Seahorses. We then whipsaw back to the QV Jubilee issue (noted six copies of the 4 1/2d, catalogue $45.00 each). The Edward VII includes value to the 10d, finally finishing with the GeoVI issues. About 350 stamps in total. Enormous catalogue value. Unchecked for plates, perfs, shades. Estimate = $150.00
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Great Britain - All Mint Mostly Decimal Collection in Two Volumes. All QEII period and mint Never Hinged 1952-1991 period collection of several hundred stamps, almost all commemorative decimal currency issues, all housed in a Very Fine condition two-volume springback Stanley Gibbons "Windsor" album set with pages from 1840 up to 1991. The retail value of the empty albums when new was over $200.00. The Never Hinged stamps are all housed in clear plastic mounts. Noted a decent amount of total face value in useable postage. Estimate = $200.00
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Great Britain - Booklets, presentation packs and mint sets and singles. A bit of an odd grouping that starts with three complete booklets from the early 1950’s, transitioning to a smattering of 1970s-1990s Machin booklets and finally moving to 6 "Prestige" booklets. There are about 11 pages of mint (appearing to be Never Hinged) commemoratives issued between 1960-1980 and 6x 1980’s presentation packs (+ one for the Concorde issue). The lot ends with a flourish as there is a corner block of the £10 Britannia and some Machin/Castle pairs (total face value over £50.00). Overall, the condition looks excellent. Estimate = $150.00
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Great Britain - Channel Islands - Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Isle of Man. A collector's accumulation of mint Never Hinged "new issues" as received 1994-2011 from a standing Post Office order. A wide range of topicals including Lunar New Years, Scott's South Pole Expedition, Titanic, Ships, Wildlife, Christmas, Papal Visit, Internment Camps, 2012 QEII Diamond Jubilee and Airplanes (to lest a few). A wealth of topical sets / singles and souvenir sheets, not often seen in such depth. Most packets have the original Post Office receipt still enclosed and although at least a dozen packages are missing the receipt, the receipts present add up to £314.12 ($536.50 CDN). Estimate = $250.00
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Great Britain - Channel Islands & Isle of Man Cartonload Plus Extras. Somewhat scattered and mostly used collections of Guernsey (including some WWII German occupation issues), Jersey, (including Alderney) and Isle of Man, all on hand drawn quadrille 3-ring pages in three fat binders. A few hundred stamps and souvenir sheets in total. As an added "bonus" there’s a collection of used modern Kenya and a Newfoundland & Provinces starter collection on the old-school "Jarrett" album pages. Estimate = $120.00
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Great Britain - First Day Cover Stash. A visually pleasing selection of 135 GPO produced First Day Covers from the 1996-2004 period, all with typewritten address sent to Calgary, Alberta. Many better stamps here, including Millenium issues, "Smilers" and QEII multiple value panes. The catalogue value of the used stamps alone would add up to a significant total. Accompanying most covers is the Post Office info card, with a wealth of information on the stamp(s) featured. Estimated at less than $1.00 per cover. Estimate = $120.00
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Great Britain - First UK Aerial Post Card and Envelope Duo. The GeoV Coronation commemorative 1911 First UK aerial post card and envelope duo. Specially cacheted and postmarked Sept 9th postcard with half pence KGV definitive affixed and a Sept 9th envelope, 1p rate. A great "first of the first flights" lot. Estimate = $150.00
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Great Britain - GB/Australia: First Day Covers in Four Volumes. Deluxe quality and specially produced 1978 through 1989 period cacheted First Day Covers, all produced by the Westminster Collector's Society in partnership with the Fleetwood company (Fleetwood produced limited edition First Day Covers from 1941 until 2007 when it was purchased by Mystic Stamps). 264 covers in total (including around a half dozen Australian covers that match up with GB co-issue First Day Covers). The vast majority of the stamp issues in the collection consist of both singles on cover and full sets on one cover (usually 5 or 6 covers per issue). Accompanying cards with in-depth details regarding the subjects, stamp designers and cachet artists. All are housed in special albums, four albums containing covers plus one additional unused album. These covers had a massive original issue price, offered on a subscription plan (probably over $1,000.00 total). Estimate = $250.00
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Great Britain - Mint and Used Collection in Stanley Gibbons Album. Mint and used 1870-1987 period collection of several hundred stamps, including definitive, commemorative, Christmas, regional and postage due issues, all housed in a Very Fine condition single volume Stanley Gibbons album with pages from 1840 up to 1987. The retail value of the empty album when new was over $130.00. The Never Hinged stamps are all housed in black plastic mounts. Noted a decent amount of total face value in useable postage. Estimate = $230.00
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Great Britain - Modern selection of 122 different 2016-2023 used issues. This recent material is very difficult to find used since almost all postal mail received these days is without affixed "stamp" postage. We noted that 59 of these are £ 'pound' values. 2024 Scott US$286.00 = $386.10
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Great Britain - Near new, classy, blue padded Lindner 18-ring binder in matching slipcase, with hingeless pages from 1952-1974. Up to the mid-1960’s, there is a scattering of used stamps, and later on there is good coverage of mint commemoratives. Retail for the album alone is over $250.00. A small group of Stanley Gibbons pages with mint issues (both hinged and never hinged) for much of this same period is also included, in case you want to take full advantage of the "hingeless" part of the album. These SG pages probably have a couple hundred dollars of catalogue value alone. Estimate = $140.00
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Great Britain - Offices and Agencies Collection. Mint and used collection of 379 different stamps and one cover, all neatly laid out, organized and identified in a high-quality black page stock book. The lot offers an excellent range of issues, including MEF, BMA, AEF, BMA Tripolitania, Offices in China, Morocco Agencies, Offices in the Turkish Empire and more. Mostly Edward VII, GeoV, GeoVI and QEII period material. 2024 Scott US$2,251.90 = $3,040.10
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Great Britain - Three Volume Post Office Mint Presentation Pack Collection. Clean collection of 169 almost all different British Post Office produced Presentation Packs, 1969 to 1991 period, all housed in high quality (and expensive) "Royal Mail Presentation Packs" albums (sold by the British post office). Loaded with complete commemorative sets of four or five stamps, the total catalogue value, either by Stanley Gibbons (as Presentation packs) or Scott (as sets of mint Never Hinged stamps) is significant, as is the total useable face value. Estimate = $250.00
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Great Britain - Three Volume Royal Mail First Day Cover Collection. Clean collection of 169 almost all different of British Post Office cacheted First Day and Special Event Covers, 1966 to 1989 period, all housed in high quality (and expensive) "Royal Mail First Day Covers" albums (sold by the British post office). Loaded with complete commemorative sets of four or five stamps, the total catalogue value, either by Stanley Gibbons (as FDCs) or Scott (as sets of used stamps) is significant. Estimate = $170.00
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Great Britain - Offices Abroad - High-end 32-page green padded stockbook with black pages and acetate strips houses an equally impressive collection of mostly mint overprinted stamps for use in British territories. About 200 stamps, includes Bahrain, Morocco (three currencies), Kuwait, Oman, Tangier, Qatar, MEF, Turkey, BMA Somalia, East Africa and even Batum. Very fresh, overall, most are Hinged. Many identified by a previous owner. 2023 Scott US$596.55 = $808.55
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Iceland #1-7. Mixed condition grouping of 1873 issues. Including #1 (no gum, rounded corner...but catalogues $1,050.00), #2 (mint, tone spot, hinge remnant, $175.00), #3-#7 are all used, and all faulty, and would catalogue $7300.00! However, Scott footnotes read "False and favor cancellations are often found on #1-7. Values are considerably less". Facet prices post-period favour cancels at 10-30% of their regular catalogue values. Regardless, given the condition of the stamps, we are only counting the catalogue value of the first two stamps in this lot, and the others can act as attractive space fillers until something better comes along. 2023 Scott US$1,225.00 = $1,653.75
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Iceland #8. The Five aur blue key-value of the 1876 issue, this mint with no gum example has the usual ragged 12-1/2 perforations. Fresh, attractive and seldom seen. 2023 Scott US$475.00 = $641.25
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Iceland #8/959. Mint and (mostly) used stock of over 600 duplicated 1876 to 2001 period issues, all laid out, organized and identified in one 32 black page stock book. The overall quality is quite nice with a very decent balance of older and more recent issues. No pesky "TOLLUR" postmarks in the mix! Take a good look at the scans to appreciate the range and quality of the lot. Estimate = $325.00
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Iceland #10/14. Sextet from the 1876 issue, including both shades of the 20 aur values, with the darker shade being the only mint value in this set (the rest are cleanly cancelled). Condition is better than normally seen from this era, with only the occasional minor perf fault. 2023 Scott US$875.50 = $1,181.93
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Iceland #15/18. Mixed mint and used set of the 1882-1898 issue, includes two shades of the 20a. The lower denominations are all nicely cancelled (one of the 20a could benefit from a soaking). There two high values are mint, the 50a Heavily Hinged, the 100a Lightly Hinged. All are remarkably fresh for being 130 years old. 2023 Scott US$596.50 = $805.28
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Iceland #21/29. A near-complete representation of the last coat of arms set, includes both the large and small "3", and two shades of the 20a denomination. The middle four values are mint Hinged and the lower and higher values are used, with a couple with very attractive cancels. One of the 20a has some chipping to a few of the perforations, otherwise condition is quite good. 2023 Scott US$302.50 = $408.38
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Iceland #34/67. Christian IX and "1 Gildi" overprinted issues on 28 mint and used stamps. The Christian IX set is missing only the high value. The overprints include both colours, the 16a value has both a mint and used example and the 50a includes both perforations (#67 used catalogues $140.00). A fresh looking group. 2023 Scott US$421.70 = $569.30 CDN @1.35 $569.30
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Iceland #71/104. Attractive page of "Two Kings", Jon Sigurdsson and Frederik VIII sets. Selection of 26 mostly used stamps, includes the Christian IX & Frederik VIII set to the 2Kr, missing only the 5kr (the 40a, 1kr, 2kr and the 10a with the perforation change are the only mint stamps in this lot). The Sigurdsson set is complete and the Frederik VIII set is only missing the top two values. A couple of minor perf faults are visible, otherwise the material is in good condition. 2023 Scott US$417.15 = $563.15
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Iceland #108/150. Complete used Christian X set along with an impressive range of revalued issues all from the 1920’s. Very nice appearance, most are used, with #128, 137, 143, 150 being revenue cancels, and #130, 131, 134 and 149 being mint Hinged. Total 2023 Scott US$535.75 = $723.26
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Canada #O1/O27, CO1-CO2, EO1-EO2. Selection of 20 great looking "OHMS" and "G" overprints. A mix of both mint and used, with many of the mint being Never Hinged (including O9). The used stamps mounted upside, some with very light cancels. While we noted a couple of minor faults, they are on the used (which are a small part of the total catalogue value). 2023 Scott US$526.60 =
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Canada #O1-O15A, CO1, EO1. Fine/Very Fine selection of seventeen mint Light Hinge/Never Hinged 1949 to 1950 issue OHMS official overprints, including regular, airmail and special delivery types. All fresh, well centered and sound stamps. Some very nice high values noted in the group. This lot represents the complete OHMS overprints. 2024 Scott US$480.05 =
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Canada #O16-O24, O26-O49, O38a, O39a, O45a, CO2, EO2. Complete fresh and Very Fine mint Hinged/Never hinged nearly complete run (missing only #O25) of the 1950-1963 issue "G" overprinted Officials including the three "Flying G" types as well as the Official Airmail and Special Delivery stamps. A superior quality group. 2023 Scott US$223.50 =
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Canada #O25, O27. Very Fine mint Never Hinged examples 1950 issue $1.00 Train Ferry and 1951 issue $1.00 Fisheries, both with "G" Official overprints. 2024 Scott US$175.00=
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Canada #OX4. Fresh, sound and Fine to Very Fine mint Never Hinged example of the 1913 issue brown black Officially Sealed stamp. Perfect gum. 2024 Scott US$450.00 =
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Canada - A "Back of the Book" HOARD. This envelope box is filled with glassines that have multiples, usually corner or plate blocks that are very heavy on the red dues, many still in their original packaging from Canada Post. Not to be outdone are "G" overprints back to the Karsh issue and some miscellaneous purple dues, airmails, special delivery. Based on the numbering on the envelope, some of these may have been organized in the days of Scott’s Specialized catalogue, and have not likely been checked out for paper types. There are better individual items (e.g. there are about 30 mint copies of CO1 and a few C1, CE1, E9 etc.) Thousands of stamps in total, with over 99% being mint (and most of those are Never Hinged). Great to expand a collection or a stock or take time to sort out paper varieties. Estimate =
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Canada - A small envelope box with glassines, mostly mint material from the 1940’s-1970s. Includes lots of plate blocks, some miniature panes and a few complete booklets (including a 2c War issue). There are also a couple of glassines with miscellaneous mint, a couple 1c & 3c Jubilees, 1935 Silver Jubilee, various War issue, a bit of "back of the book" and some Bileski-esque phosphor and Christmas hyped material from the 1960’s. Probably 90+% is mint, but we noted some used material including 5c & 7c used 1908 Quebec Tercentenary stamps. There is too much material to do a detailed inventory, so take a good look at the photos to appreciate the scope of the lot. Perfect for those willing to put in the "sweat equity". Estimate =
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Canada - Accumulation of mint and used stamps in envelopes. At first glance, it would be easy to write this lot off as another accumulation of cheaper collector duplicates. More accurately, it is a Canada collection that was sorted and put in envelopes by denomination and never mounted. A quick poke through the various envelopes found a mix of used, mint, coils, booklet panes, souvenir sheets, multiples (the 2c envelope opened with a horizontal strip of 5 red Admiral coils), cancels and some "back of the book" (noting an Officially Sealed stamp). The first issues we noted were Victorian and looks to go up to about 2010. There are little pockets of mint postage (face likely to exceed $100.00) and some used Picture Postage issues. Every envelope gives you the feeling that anything is possible, but work will be involved in putting this into order. Thousands of stamps. Estimate =
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Canada - Annual Collections for 1982-1985, 1987-1999. VF condition Annual Collections for the years 1981 through 1999 with the exception of the 1986 collection (strangely missing, but not an expensive one to acquire on its own). These Canada Post yearbooks contain the mint NH stamps, souvenir sheets and booklets for these years. A high-quality group of these impressive and informative publications. Total face value of the mint NH stamps, panes and souvenir sheets in the seventeen volumes is $451.55. 2023 Unitrade =
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Canada - Annual Collections for 2000-2009, 2012-2016 plus the Millennium Book. Complete run of the 2000 to 2009 (inclusive), and then 2012-2016 (inclusive) editions of Canada Post yearbooks, all in VF condition with matching slipcases (many unopened with intact original shrink wrap). These Canada Post publications contain the mint NH stamps, souvenir sheets and booklets along with information regarding each issue. A high-quality group of these impressive and informative publications. Total face value of the mint NH stamps, panes and souvenir sheets in the 14 volumes plus the Millennium book is $867.98. 2023 Unitrade =
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Canada - Bankers Box that acted as a repository for stamps that had no immediate place in this collector’s arsenal. It starts off with a couple of starter collections (still lots of catalogue value here) and progresses to stockpages and some old bidboard lots that were purchased and set aside. There are a few bundles of stockcards, album pages and loose stamps too. As for the stamps themselves, we noted a bunch of 1950’s and "red due" plate blocks, an attractive group of "back of the book" and assorted mostly used issues through the 1930’s. There are some 1960’s presentation cards, a CAPEX ’78 presentation set of three (plus a handful of the Ashton-Potter cards) and a pad (yes, a pad) of 1c MacDonald "caricature" precancel sheets. Noted better singles around every corner, but a good sort is needed. Estimate =
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Canada - Cartonload Conglomeration. Extensive mint and used accumulation of Canada loose in a carton, early to modern. Noted stamps in glassines, in "102" sales cards, in sleeves, on pages & stock cards; etc. Includes mint & used singles, sets, souvenir sheets, stocks, partial collections. Great source for cancels & varieties. Condition runs from Very Good to Very Fine. (1,000's). Owner's estimate =
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Canada - Collection/Accumulation. Well organized mint and used consignment ranging from Large Queens up through the mid-1950s period. Somewhat mixed condition in the early material but very clean and decent quality noted in the more recent issues. The range of issues includes regular postal issues, in singles, blocks and booklet panes, as well as "Back of the Book" with Airmails, Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, precancels and revenues noted in the mix. The consignor has totalled the material by Scott catalogue at over US$1,600.00 (=$2,160.00 CDN). Take a good look at scans to assist you in determining your bid. Estimate =
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Canada - Dealer’s accumulation on over fifty black 2-pocket stockcards, plus some glassines, "102" cards and manila stockcards thrown in. A real hodgepodge of material, with a matching amount of variability in value and condition. We noted 1908 Quebecs, a misperforated used block of 1c Edward VII, 2-line Admiral revalue, coils, special delivery, QV precancels, plate blocks, a nice used block of CO1 and lots of 4-hole OHMS perfins (including on Chateau $ and CE2). There is good value throughout. Estimate =
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Canada - For some collectors the best part of using stockbooks is the prerogative to change your mind at the turn of a page. This lovely 64-page Lighthouse stockbook with acetate strips and glassine interleaves and its blue cover is nearly new, housing relatively few stamps. However, when there are stamps, they are generally worth looking out for. It starts with official overprints, including "OHMS" on the Oil Well and "G" on the Fish dollar. There are plate blocks, including some Centennials, then shuffles over to 45c era Christmas and Art stamps and then jumps backwards to a pair of Export dollar plate blocks, and a trio of 20c Quebec Tercentenaries (which have been regummed). There is a nice plate block of 25(!) of the 1934 Cartier, the mysterious page of France that is in most of these albums, with a return to the back of the book (dues and airmails). Finally, we finish with a couple of 2c Admiral booklet panes and a War Tax block (all regummed) and a few mint dollar values (a couple are regummed, the rest hinged). An interested grouping once you can make sense of it. Easily worth the estimated value given. Estimate =
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Canada - Marvelous Mint Collection Part 1. Mint selection 1957-1990 mounted on either home-made pages, or "Parliament" branded pages (the latter, within black mounts). A comprehensive and likely near complete run of stamps for the period, including high-values. The pages are neatly arranged within a deluxe 3-ring green album with matching slipcase. Conservatively valued for the usable postage value alone. Total face value =
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Canada - Marvelous Mint Collection Part 10. Wonderful assortment of sheets, souvenir packs, souvenir sheets and complete booklets from the 1990's. A nice grouping, all mint Never Hinged and including better items such as Greeting booklets, 1997 Lunar New Years souvenir sheets (both regular and Hong Kong 97' printing), 1998 RCMP souvenir sheets (including stamp show printings) and 1999 Millenium issue (complete set of 17 panes). All neatly arranged on 30 Vario brand stocksheets within a blue deluxe 3-ring album (with slipcase). A couple of FDC and a Hong Kong souvenir sheet (Lunar New Years, to match the Canadian version) were not counted. Conservatively valued for the postage face value alone. Total face value =
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Canada - Marvelous Mint Collection Part 11. Sheets / Souvenir Sheets / Complete Booklets. A collector accumulated assortment of mint Never Hinged material from the 2004-2009 period, arranged on over 30 Vario stocksheets, within a blue deluxe 3-ring album (with slipcase). A nice showing of material for the period, with many higher values / self-adhesive issues. Also included are a couple "other items" including a Chinese MNH sheet (to match the Canadian Lunar New Years issue) and a 2007 "Purdy's Chocolate" presentation cover (both not counted in the total). A true "premium postage" lot, keep what you need and use the rest. Conservatively valued for the postage face value alone. Total face value =
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Canada - Marvelous Mint Collection Part 12. Mint Never Hinged selection of 53 souvenir sheets from the late 1990's to mid-2000's, all neatly arranged on 9x Vario stocksheets. Includes better items such as the 2010 Vancouver Olympics bronze/silver/gold overprints. An attractive grouping, very conservatively valued for the total useable face value postage. Total face value =
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Canada - Marvelous Mint Collection Part 2. Modern accumulation of coils strips, souvenir sheets, booklets and sheets from the 2011-2012 period, neatly arranged on 8 Vario brand stockpages. Pristine material including many high-values, "P" stamps and self-adhesives. Noted Lunar New Years, "Will and Kate", Chemistry, Mental Health (semi postal), Fergie Jenkins, Roadside Canada and International Year of Forests (to name a few). A nice lot to be kept intact, or keep what you need and use the rest as postage (as this would be a premium postage lot). Conservatively valued for the postage face value alone. Total face value =
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