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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #104-114, 115-126, 131-144 Plus Shades. Three Fine/Very Fine mint Never Hinged/Hinged complete sets (plus additional shades), consisting of the 1911 Royal Family set of 11, the 1919 Trail of the Caribou set of 12 and the 1923-1924 small format pictorial set of 14. Noted a few Never Hinged stamps in the mix but all have been valued as Hinged. Note also a few extra shades included in the Royal Family and Trail of the Caribou sets. 2024 Scott US$848.85 = $1,145.95
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C2, C2a. Mint Hinged / Hinge Remnant examples of the Trans-Atlantic Alcock and Brown flight of 1919 issue $1.00 on 15c overprint, with regular typesetting and "no comma after "Post" variety. Only 6,000 and 2,800 printed respectively. Attractive, with reasonable centering for this issue. 2023 Scott US$450.00 = $607.50
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C2, C3b, C3h. Fine/Very Fine mint Lightly Hinged trio of early airmails, consisting of the 1919 "Trans-Atlantic AIR POST 1919 $1.00" overprint and two types of the 1921 "AIR MAIL to Halifax N. S. 1921" (#C3b - with period after 1921 and #C3h - 1½mm space between AIR and MAIL, with period after 1921). An excellent high-quality start to the early provisional Newfoundland airmails. 2024 Scott Classic US$670.00 = $904.50
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C6-C8, C9-C11, C12, C13-C17, C19 plus a C18 Forgery. All Fine/Very Fine mint or used (#C12 on piece) selection of 1930s airmail sets and singles, consisting of the unwatermarked/watermarked 15c/50c/$1.00 sets of 1931, the 1932 issue $1.50 "DO-X" overprint (used on piece), the complete 1933 "Labrador" set of five plus an additional perf of the 5c value, a forged "Balbo" and the final 1943 issue 7c "View of St. Johns". Some Never Hinged stamps were noted in the lot but all have been conservatively valued as Hinged only. All in all, a superior quality group. 2024 Scott US$702.85 = $948.84
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C9-10, C12. Trio of mint Hinged airmail issues, including the $1.00 "Dornier Do-X" flight of 1932 overprint (only 8,000 of these were ever overprinted). A very respectable group with the stamps fresh, well centered and moderately hinged. 2023 Scott US$320.00 = $432.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C13/C19, Wayzata Label. Group of airmail issues, including the "Labrador" issue with the two high values C16-C17 mint (hinged) and then a complete set used (the 5c and 10c with perfect St. John’s first day of issue cancels). The airmail stamps are nicely complemented by a mint Never Hinged corner block of the 1932 "Wayzata" stamp which was prepared in anticipation of overseas service from Newfoundland. When the contract was cancelled, the "Waysata" stamps became desirable "Cinderella" issues, but they are still listed in Scott at US$35.00 each. Total 2023 Scott US$433.50 = $585.23
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C13-C17. Very Fine mint Hinged complete set of five of the 1933 issue Labrador airmails. Great vibrant colours and extremely well centered. Unitrade is $260.00 for a Very Fine mint Hinged set. 2024 Scott US$175.50 = $236.95
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #C18. Mint Hinged example of the always sought-after 1933 Balboa flight $4.50 on 75c revalued airmail stamp, nicely centered, with good perforations. Issued for the return flight of the Italian squadron flying back to Rome from its visit to the Chicago’s World Fair. Only 8,000 overprinted. 2023 Scott US$325.00 = $438.75
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #J7, J7i, J7ii. Mint Never Hinged half-pane of 50 of the 10c postage due, issued just before Newfoundland joined Confederation. Distinct for its perforation and watermarked paper, this issue is also noted for having two varieties listed in Unitrade, but not Scott. In position 28 is the "Postage Lue" variety and in position 96 is "period after Due". Both varieties are very distinct. The 50 stamps are centered a touch high, and although the gum is Never Hinged, it does have the usual "cracking" for that issue. A very nice showpiece for any Newfoundland collection. Catalogued by Scott as 50 regular stamps, with no premium for the pane / varieties. 2023 Scott US$875.00 = $1,181.25
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland #OX1. Used example of the Officially Sealed King Edward VII label in black on blue paper. Looks mint, but in fact it is used, with the usual light crease and discoloration (as usual). Small "scuff" on the King's face mentioened for the record. Well centered, with the perforations intact. These don’t come along often. 2024 Unitrade = $700.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - Engraved imperforate essay of the 2c red King George V "Inland Revenue" on unwatermarked, ungummed stamp paper. Printed by Whitehead, Morris and Co. Catalogued in Zaluski as Enfir 2 and Walsh as #RTE2. Good sized margins, an attractive "plus value" item for any Newfoundland collection. Estimate = $150.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues # NFR5/NFR43. An old-time "Caribou" Inland Revenue accumulation from the 1938 and 1942 series on two quadrilled pages and a couple of "102" cards. Most items have been identified by van Dam, including by perforation (a quick check indicated that they are accurate - the handwritten catalogue values are probably 30 years old). Includes a block of six of NFR30, and 14 copies of NFR31, plus three of NFR32 (one damaged is not counted). The scattering of singles indicates catalogue values up to $25.00 each. The older van Dam is over $1000.00. Lots of good material lurking here. Estimate = $200.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues NFB1. Beer customs revenue stamp produced in 1938 for Lindberg Ale, showing the majestic "Caribou" image on a long 10/12c blue stamp. A striking example, with no gum as issued and in as good a condition as you are likely to find. Many layers of appeal to this. On the original owner’s album page. 2022 van Dam catalogue = $1,600.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. # NFR16/NFR25. A page of the 1910 George V Inland Revenue series, with a range of printings, denominations and perforations. Includes NFR16/16a, NFR 17/17a, NFR 18/18a, NFR 19a, NFR 20/20a, NFR21a (one pulled perforation), NFR21b, two copies of NFR22, NFR24-25. Printed by the British American Bank Note Company, including the last two which no longer have the BABNC imprint as part of the design. Finishes with three faulty copies of NFR19/20 in the last row which are not counted. Otherwise, the condition is better than normally seen on revenues that are over 100 years old. Total 2022 van Dam = $661.75
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. # NFR36/NFR39. Three multiples of the 1942 "Caribou" Inland Revenue set. Starting with NFR36a, the 5c red gutter pair (mint, Never Hinged), followed by the 25c green denomination in a lovely lower left imprint block of 10 (Plate 2) and finishes with a clean used block of four of the 50c blue (NFR39). Add some "eye candy" to your Newfoundland revenue collection. Excellent condition. Total 2022 Van Dam = $220.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. # NFR44-NFR45. In 1963, there was a temporary shortage of the 5c Internal Revenue stamp lasting four months, during this time the province used locally revalued stamps starting with a manuscript overprint, followed by a conventional printed overprint. This lot includes a never hinged copy of NFR44 and a no gum copy of the manuscript NFR45. Striking appearance. Comes with a copy of the letter from the Newfoundland Department of Finance explaining some of the history behind this issue. 2022 van Dam = $357.50
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR1/NFR7. Queen Victoria Inland Revenue grouping of 11 stamps. Includes NFR1, NFR2, NFR3 (1 mint, two used), NFR4, NFR6 (3 used, two punched), NFR7 (2 punched used). On the original owner’s pages. Extraordinary eye appeal. These revenue stamps are missing from most Newfoundland collections. Total 2022 van Dam = $945.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR10/NFR15a. A pair of strips (3) and three singles from the 1907 Edward VII Inland Revenue series. Included is a strip of three of the 25c blue (NFR10), then a strip of three of the $1.00 green (NFR12), a perforated single (NFR12) and a used single on thicker paper (NFR12b). The final stamp is the high value $100.00 venetian red perf 11 3/4 nicely used, but with a small thin at the top (only visible from the back). Total 2022 van Dam = $540.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR14. The key $50.00 denomination of the King Edward VII issue of the 1907 Inland Revenue series. Printed in violet-brown by the British American Bank Note Company, this example has a light purple ink cork/killer cancel. This stamp is only reported used. Excellent condition, worthy of any collection. 2022 van Dam = $650.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR15a. Used example of the $100.00 highest value denomination of the 1907 Edward VII issued Inland Revenue series. Printed in venetian-red by the British American Bank Note Company, perforated 11 3/4, this example has the lightest of purple ink cork/killer cancel free of the Queen’s face. A tough revenue in above average condition. 2022 van Dam = $325.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR19b. Used (uncancelled) example of the George V 50c Inland Revenue from the 1910 series. This is the black coloured, perf 12 example on watermarked paper. The stamp shows a full double lined letter "A" and part of an adjoining letter. Printed by the British American Bank Note Company, there is no cancel (and no gum). A touch off centre, otherwise in excellent condition. This stamp is only reported used. 2022 van Dam = $400.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR33. A used strip of three of the key-value $20.00 brown of the 1938 "Caribou" Inland Revenue set, in the better perforation (13 3/4), printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. Each stamp has a light black ink "killer" cancel that doesn’t obscure the stamp’s design. A touch off centre, but a key piece / showpiece of Newfoundland’s revenue issues. Excellent condition. 2022 van Dam = $1,600.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR33. Used example of the $20.00 brown key value of the 1938 "Caribou" Inland Revenue set, in the better perforation (13 3/4), printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. A very respectable single with a light black ink "killer" cancel that doesn’t obscure the stamp’s design. Excellent condition. 2022 van Dam = $600.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR35. Used example of the distinctively coloured claret $100.00 high value of the 1938 "Caribou" Inland Revenue set, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co, with perf 14 1/4. Very eye catching, with a light black ink "killer" cancel well out of the way of the design. Excellent condition. 2022 van Dam = $550.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. #NFR45a. Legal document with 8 examples of the Provisional "Caribou" revenue with the hand revalued "5" (among other revenue stamps). A complete four-page 1963 legal document related to the sale of what must have been a brand new 1964 Chevrolet. Includes several other revenues. While van Dam lists a single of this stamp on document at $350.00, we have elected to catalogue it for the value of the single stamps alone. 2022 van Dam = $760.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. Balance of a revenue collection offering in this sale. One page here, with 1940 War Savings stamps, including NFW1 (mint Never Hinged, block of 4), NFW2 used, NF4b (yellow paper, mint, Never Hinged, block of 8), the Money Order tax stamp missing the period after "only" (NFM1a), Customs Duty issues (often one mint and one used) and four imperforate blocks of the blue "Military Canteen" cigarette seals (the latter are not listed in van Dam). Otherwise, the total 2022 van Dam = $614.00
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland - NFLD Revenues. Scarce Cigarette revenue stamps starting with a mint corner block of the 1904 Edward VII "10 Cigarettes" stamp. This is followed by a group of no-gum stamps that include an Edward VII 1907 series "100 cigarette stamp" (green), "20 cigarette" "Caribou", overprinted "Military Canteen", with an imperforate block of 4 plus a tall "20 cigarette" single (with usual crease). Very difficult to find revenues, in far above average condition. Estimate = $250.00
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Cape of Good Hope #1, 2. Attractive used duo of the first two Cape of Good Hope "triangles" printed in 1853 by Perkins, Bacon & Co. The 1p value is just touching the frameline on the lower left corner, otherwise full margin examples. 2024 Scott US$570.00 = $769.50
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Cape of Good Hope #4. Sound and Fine mint no gum example of the 1955 issue 4p "Hope Seated" triangle on white paper. Margins large to just touching. 2024 Scott US$1,000.00 = $1,350.00
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Cape of Good Hope #12-15. Complete used set of four of the 1863-1864 De La Rue & Co. printed Cape of Good Hope "triangles" distinguished from the 1853 issue by their colours and "granular ink" shading. A very attractive group of stamps, all with full margins. 2024 Scott US$1710.00 = $2,308.50
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Ceylon - Accumulation from several sources, with a nice card of Chalons (awaiting your identification), a couple of stockpages with sets and singles listed (these catalogued at US$234.00 in 2019), plus a couple of softcover booklets with assorted issues, including some multiples. Expect a bit of duplication. Noted lots of readable cancels. Estimate = $140.00
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China - An appropriately red Stanley Gibbons "Simplex" springback binder, housing China, Taiwan, People’s Republic and even a touch of Manchukuo collection up to 1980 nicely mounted on quadrilled pages. An assortment of mint and used, with lots of inflation issues, a smattering of Taiwan and some decent PRC material. Clean, each stamp is nicely identified by Scott in a light pencil notation. There are some beautiful cancels and individual values up to $20.00. Assume that the early PRC are reprints when viewing. Replacing the album alone would set you back almost $100.00. About 1100 different stamps in total. Estimate = $350.00
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China - PRC #767-781. Very Fine mint Hinged/Hinge Remnant 1964 issue Chinese Post S61 "Peony" pictorial set of 15 complete. All sheet margin examples, mostly lower left or upper right corners. A very popular set for both China collectors and flower topical aficionados. Small thin on one 4f value (#767 - $24.00 cat) noted for the record. 2024 Scott US$743.00 = $1,003.05
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China - PRC #1108-1113. Very Fine mint Hinged 1973 issue complete set of "Giant Pandas". Fresh colours, no toning. 2024 Scott US$219.50 = $296.35
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Denmark #2/272 plus Back of the Book. A dozen ancient KA-BE "Ideal" pages holding an equally old collection of Danish classics up to 1940. Includes both designs of the "Royal Emblems" with numeral cancels (including #12 and #15), lots of "Coats of Arms" issues, including the occasional duplicated which may have you reaching for your Facit catalogue. There is a used set of the King Christian IX, much of the 1913 King Christian X set (used to 5 Kr) and a complete used 1930 set. "Back of the book" includes semi-postals B3-B5 used, Mint #C2, some postage dues, officials and newspaper stamps. A total of 247 mostly used stamps. Overall appearance and condition looks quite nice. A page with Greenland 1-9 (mostly used) is included. Estimate = $180.00
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Egypt - Mint and used assembly of 330 stamps, neatly laid out and identified on several stockpages. Included "Back of the Book", Palestine OVPT, UAR and several "extras" not counted by the consignor. Owners accurate 2022 Scott US$546.35 = $737.55
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Falkland Islands #1L1-1L8 VARIETIES. Very Fine mint (and all Never Hinged except for one #1L1 and one #1L2) complete set of the 1946 "Map" set of six in matching sheet position blocks of four, the upper left stamp in each block showing the Stanley Gibbons listed "Gap in 80th Parallel" constant plate flaw (SG #G1a-G8a). A great matching exhibition group. 2020 Stanley Gibbons £77.50 = $134.29
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Falkland Islands #1L6, 1L8 VARIETIES. Very Fine mint Hinged examples the 6p and 1sh values from the 1946 "Map" set, each showing the Stanley Gibbons listed "South Poke" plate flaw. Listed in Stanley Gibbons as #G6c, G8c. 2020 Stanley Gibbons £330.00 = $571.75
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Falkland Islands #19d. VF used example of the 1891 QV 1/2p on 1p claret "unsevered pair", with Watermark 2 (sideways). Neat segmented cork cancel, as noted should be seen on genuine examples of this stamp. 2024 Scott US$1600.00 = $2,160.00
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Falkland Islands #84-91, 93-95, 107-115. All Very Fine mint Never Hinged selection of 24 different 1938-1952 issue GeoVI pictorials from two different sets. While neither set is complete, the lot does include a good number of top quality better singles with face values to 10sh. The #84/95 group have been pro-rated for Never Hinged (by a factor of 1.66). 2024 Scott US$541.90 = $731.55
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Fiji #59-69. Fine/Very Fine mint Hinged complete 1903 Edward VII set of 11. The £1 grey and ultramarine high value is a particularly rare stamp, almost never seen this nice. 2024 Scott US$552.65 = $746.10
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Fiji #79/686. Collection of mint and used from GeoV up to 1993 in black mounts on quadrilled pages, housed in a green "Senator" springback album (the album alone retails at $100.00). A bit "hit or miss" throughout, but with lots of worthwhile material. The collection is a bit sparse up to 1960 and then steadily gets stronger. Lots of QEII complete definitive sets, better sets and souvenir sheets, especially from the late 1980’s to early 1990’s when each set catalogues $5.00-$20.00. The mint are consistently Never Hinged from 1969 onwards. Perfect for building a collection, filling holes or building stock. About 300 mostly different stamps, with lots of topical potential throughout. Total 2023 Scott US$676.50 = $913.28
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Finland #10/238 plus Back of the Book. A mounted collection of 178 early Finland on KA-BE "ideal pages" up to 1942. Includes a serpentine roulette (#10), a scattering of nicely cancelled "Coat of Arms" issues, some "Vasa" issues, and a nice offering of mostly used semi-postals, including #B2-B4, B5-B7, B12-B14, B24-B30. A great way to enhance your early 20th century Scandinavian collection. Estimate = $130.00
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France #3/729. First Century collection of French classics from 1849-1954 on Henri Thiaude pages, including precancels. The stamps are used up to 1900 and then mostly mint (including some Never Hinged). About 700 different stamps, with only minimal duplication, usually where there are varieties with the 19th century issues. Very clean, very organized, with lots of stamps in black mounts. Better stamps everywhere, including nice definitives and the good commemoratives from the 1920’s-1930’s. The owner’s 2018 Scott catalogue value was a reasonable US$5475.00 (with the 2021 Y&T being 50% above this). Based on a spot check, we are estimating a total 2023 Scott catalogue value US$4900.00 = $6615.00CDN. Estimate = $450.00
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France #13/458 plus Back of the Book. A very pleasing "first century" collection of 432 mostly different, and mostly used French classics up to about 1942 on old "KA-BE" album pages. The early issues are in better than average condition, with great eye-appeal and lots of "socked on the nose" cancels, including numerals and Parisian stars. The 5fr Napoleon III #37 has a couple of pulled perfs but at $750.00 catalogue value, it will do until a better one comes along. There are some attractive, perforated "Ceres", used "Peace and Commerce" to 5 francs, followed by good coverage of 1920's-1930's used definitives and commemoratives. The semi-postals are well represented, with a mix of mint and used (including a very lightly used copy of B66). There are a few airmails and a smattering of postage dues along the way. Estimate = $250.00
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France #27/1387. Interestingly organized France collection separated into definitives and commemoratives for the period from 1862 to 1974. There are 296 definitives arranged in date order to 1945 and 1,320 commemoratives arranged in date order with places for both mint and used with decent completion. Estimate = $250.00
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France #109/1135. Shoebox with a stock of thousands of used French issues, loosely sorted by Scott number. Heavy duplication, but with lots of cancel potential and unchecked for varieties. Comes with a 32-page Lighthouse stockbook with over 100 single "Art" stamps and 30 first day covers. Great for building your collection or upgrading attractive singles throughout. Estimate = $150.00
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France #B1/B299 J3/J79, M1/M11. Mostly mint semi-postals, used postage dues and military overprints on Henri Thiaude album pages up to 1954. A very pleasing collection, with many better stamps scattered throughout. Many are in black mounts. The semi-postals are quite complete for this run, including sets with up to $100.00 catalogue value (expect that the mint are Hinged). An outstanding collection or stock builder. The owner’s 2023 Scott US$1669.65 = $2,254.03
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France #C5/C32, CB1-CB3. A group of 35 mint airmail and semi-postal airmails and a few air themed commemoratives issued 1930-1954, a near-compete run, missing only the top values. Nicely centered, all are Hinged, with some minor faults to be expected. Fresh appearance. Total 2023 Scott US$926.40 = $1,250.64
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France - Collection of mint / used 1876-1958 in a Davo brand hingeless album. Mostly used in the earlier material, before transitioning to a higher percentage of mint in the later issues. An expansive study, with many of the spots compounded with 2 or 3 examples of the stamp. Includes a decent showing of earlier definitive issues, plus notable items such as #127/128 mint (CV $70.00), 414 VF Mint NH (CV $70.00), B147a ($22.50) etc. A spot check shows the mint is mostly Hinged / Hinge remnant to 1955, then Never Hinged going forward. Approximately 1280 stamps, with a catalogue value that would exceed US$2000.00. The album itself has seen better days, but could be fixed up with a bit of TLC. Estimate = $250.00
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Canada #149-159. Wholesale group of six complete sound, fresh and Fine/Very Fine used 1928-1929 issue GeoV "Scroll" sets of 11. Each set includes (of course) the iconic 50c Bluenose, a "must have" item for any respectable Canadian collection. 2024 Scott US$1,176.30 =
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Canada #156 Inscription Block of Ten. Very Fine mint Never Hinged plate #A2 upper left sheet margin inscription block of ten of the 1929 issue 12c grey "Quebec Bridge" from the GeoV "Scroll" series. 2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #158. Choice quality Very Fine mint Never Hinged example of the 1929 issue 50c Bluenose. A great "must have" Canadian philatelic icon! Unitrade is $700.00 for Very Fine mint Never Hinged. 2024 Scott US$425.00 =
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Canada #158 PERFINS. Two used examples of the iconic 50c Bluenose, each with "CNR" private commercial perfins, one DOUBLED. Any perfins are scarce on the Bluenose stamp, so this duo will make a great addition to any specialized perfin or Bluenose exhibit. Estimate =
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Canada #163/467 plus Back of the Book. A GeoV to QEII Centennial "Mint Multiple Mania" being primarily issues from the George VI issues, all neatly arranged on stockpages. Almost all are Never Hinged, with the exception of the two earlier airmail blocks (C1 and C4) which are Hinged on top, Never Hinged on the bottom. Several better items throughout including plate blocks (all the plate blocks here are different, either by position or plate number), special delivery, airmails, coils, QEII Centennial coil "start strips" and an "oddball" duo of pairs (#257 / #268) which give the appearance of imperforate in-between but are actually "blind perf" all the way across. The previous owner's Unitrade is listed at over $850.00 which looks to be accurate. Estimate =
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Canada #168 Plate Block. Very Fine mint Never Hinged lower right position plate #2 plate block of the 1930 issue 4c yellow bistre GeoV "Arch/Leaf". This is the key plate number and position. 2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #174 Plate Block. Left margin (double perforated) position Very Fine mint Never Hinged plate #1 plate block of the 1930 issue 12c black "Quebec Citadel" from the GeoV "Arch/Leaf" series. A couple of minor handling bends noted for the record. 2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #174 Plate Block. Very Fine mint Never Hinged lower right position plate #1 plate block of the 1930 issue 12c black "Quebec Citadel" from the GeoV "Arch/Leaf" series.2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #177. Duo of remarkable used irregular blocks of 14 stamps (28 stamps in total) of the 1930 issued $1.00 Mount Edith Cavell high-value from the 1930-1931 George VI "Leaf" issue. Tidy circular "R" registration postmarks on both. One stamp in each block has a fault, but otherwise very clean considering the large registered parcels these must have been removed from. Catalogued as 26 used singles (not counting the 2 with faults). 2024 Scott US$715.00 =
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Canada #177. Generally sound and Fine+ selection of 31 used examples of the $1.00 dark olive green "Mount Edith Cavell" high value from the 1930-1931 issue GeoV "Arch" set. Perfect for the dealer or collector looking to replenish their used high value stock. 2024 Scott US$852.50 =
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Canada #184. Fine/Very Fine mint Never Hinged upper sheet margin inscription block of 36 of the 1931 issue provisional 3c carmine GeoV Admiral perf 12 x 8 "sheet form" coil. The block has been valued by Scott Classic as an inscription block of eight and 28 x Never Hinged singles. 2024 Scott Classic $852.00 =
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Canada #190, 191. Fresh and mint Never Hinged part sheets (with plate blocks) of the 1932 issue 3c provisional surcharge on 2c deep red GeoV "Arch/Leaf" (x 50) and the 1932 issue 3c deep red from the Imperial Economic Conference commemorative set. Valued as basic stamps in Scott but with decent upside as Very Fine Never Hinged (as are the vast majority) in Unitrade, plus the plate block premium. A perfect lot for the dealer looking for high quality Never Hinged stock. 2024 Scott US$200.00 =
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Canada #195-201. Attractively fresh and all Very Fine mint complete 1932 issue KGV Medallion set of seven in very well centered 2 Hinged / 2 Never Hinged blocks of four. The 13c dull violet "Citadel at Quebec" high value block is particularly nice. Unitrade is $1,200.00 for a set of Very Fine Hinged/Never Hinged blocks. 2024 Scott US$808.90 =
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Canada #198, 198i. Very Fine mint Never Hinged sheet margin blocks of four of both the ochre (#198) and Unitrade listed brownish ochre (#198i) shades of the 1932 issue GeoV 4c "Medallion". 2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #199i. Pristine and Fine+ mint 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 stamps are all perfect Never Hinged, Light Hinge in the margin only. 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. 2024 Unitrade =
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Canada #202, 204, 208-210, 211-216. All Fine/Very Fine mint group of 1930s period commemorative issues, consisting of the 1933 issue 5c "UPU", the 1933 issue 5c "Royal William", the 1934 issue 3c "Jacques Cartier", the 1934 issue 10c "Loyalists", two blocks of the 1934 issue 2c "New Brunswick" and the 1935 GeoV "Silver Jubilee" set of five. The #211-216 set is completely Never Hinged, while the other blocks in the lot are 2 x Never Hinged, 2 x Lightly Hinged. 2024 Scott US$482.40 =
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Canada #203. Fresh and Very Fine mint Never Hinged left-hand sheet margin block of four of the 20c brown red Harvester with the "WORLD'S GRAIN EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE / REGINA 1933" overprint. Unitrade is $480.00 for a Very Fine mint Never hinged block. 2024 Scott US$280.00 =
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Canada #205-207. Choice quality complete set of Very Fine mint Never Hinged KGV 1933 "Medallion" issue coils, all in exceptionally well centered strips of 4. Unitrade is $490.00 for the Very Fine mint Never Hinged set of strips. 2024 Scott US$306.00 =
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Canada #211/257, C7, E6, E7. Collector's used late GeoV / early GeoVI from a local estate in 24 partially filled "Stamps of Many Lands" stockbooks as assembled / collected at the time (1930's / 1940's). A wide array of postmarks, most notably the split rings, CDS and RPO (among others). Some excellent examples of regular issues, blocks, inscription blocks, coils and even the odd precancel / perfin / postage due. An exceptional group to sort out, first time on the marking and not having seen "light of day" in 70 years! Thousands of stamps here. Estimate =
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Canada #216 Plate Block. Very Fine mint Never Hinged lower left position plate #1 inscription block of ten of the 1935 issue 13c dark blue "Britannia" high value from the GeoV "Silver Jubilee" commemorative set. 2024 Unitrade =
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