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Canada #25a. Used example of the 3c red Large Queen on watermarked (E. & G. BOTHWELL CLUTHA MILLS) Bothwell paper, showing the entire "ILL" of the watermark. Faults (strong pressed out vertical crease) but still a key Large Queen issue, particularly useful if you want to reconstruct the full watermark. 2024 Scott US$500.00 = $675.00
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Canada #26 Used Study. Ten used examples of the 5c olive green Large Queen. Offered as received. A few faults noted but unchecked for paper, shade or perf varieties. Good range of cancel types, including identifiable corks. All valued as the basic Scott type. 2024 Scott US$2,250.00 = $3,037.50
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Canada #27. Very Fine appearing mint no gum example of the 1868 issue 6c dark brown Large Queen. Shallow Hinge thin noted at top. A scarce mint stamp in any condition. 2024 Scott US$3,000.00 = $4,050.00
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Canada #27, 27a, 27c. Useful used study group of 6c Large Queens, 15 stamps in total, consisting of the dark brown (#27) and yellow brown (#27a) shades as well as the thin paper variety (#27c). Generally sound and Fine/Very Fine but expect the odd fault in an unchecked selection such as this. All valued as basic Scott #27. 2024 Scott US$2,100.00 = $2,835.00
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Canada #28, 28b Study Group. All used selection of fifteen 12½c blue Large Queens, generally in sound and Fine condition (but expect some faults). Nice range of shades, unchecked for other varieties. All conservatively valued as basic Scott listed stamps. 2024 Scott US$1,875.00 = $2,531.25
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Canada #28a. Sound and Fine used example of the 12½c Large Queen ON WATERMARKED PAPER, showing the "WE" of the "E. & G BOTHWELL CLUTHA MILLS" watermark. Light cancel. 2024 Scott US$450.00 = $607.50
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Canada #29, 30 Mint Shades. Sound and Fine/Very Fine mint OG Hinged quintet of 15c Large Queens. Each is a slightly different shade. A good group for further research. All valued as the basic Scott listed stamp. 2024 Scott US$625.00 = $843.75
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Canada #29,30 Mint Shade Quartet. Four sound and Fine mint (2 OG Hinged, 2 no gum) examples of the 15c Large Queen, each one in a distinct shade. A nice start to a shade study of this long-running Large Queen value. All valued as the basic Scott listed stamp. 2024 Scott US$500.00 = $675.00
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Canada #29-30. Neatly laid out selection of 32 used 15c high value Large Queens, all on one Hagner stocksheet. Includes a wide range of shades and papers, early and late printings, mostly unchecked for varieties. Usual minor faults, a great reference source for the student of this Classic issue. Conservatively valued as basic stamps by Scott. 2024 Scott US$1,920.00 = $2,592.00
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Canada #29d. Very Fine appearing lower right corner sheet margin imperforate pair of the 15c brown purple Large Queen. Only 200 pairs issued. Hinged Original Gum, with gum loss due to hinge and small repaired tear at top of the left hand stamp noted for the record. Still an eye-catching Large Queen showpiece! 2024 Scott US$1,500.00 = $2,025.00
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Canada #29v. Fine used example of the 15c dull purple 1868 Large Queen printed on the distinctive Bothwell (but not watermarked) paper. A useful Large Queen reference item. 2024 Unitrade = $150.00
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Canada #30vi. Fine mint Hinge Remnant example of the elusive "Ballon Flaw" in the lower margin of the 1880's printed 15c grey Queen Victoria Large Queen. Centered to the top resulting in a small piece of the imprint being visible which allows for plating of this stamp as position 97. Fresh colour, with a minor handling bend mentioned for record. A good "plus value" item for any early Canadian collection. 2024 Unitrade = $1,800.00
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63
Canada #34/324, C1-C9, CE1-CE4 CO1-CO2, E3, E6-E11, EO1-EO2. All Fine/Very Fine mint Hinged selection of 245 different 1870-1953 period issues, from Small Queens up to GeoVI period material. The group includes definitives, commemoratives, Airmails, Air Post Special Deliveries, Special Deliveries, Air Post Officials and Special Delivery Officials. This lot will certainly help you fill the pre-QEII portion of your Canadian collection! 2024 Scott US$4,767.45 = $6,436.05
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64
Canada #35, 41. F/VF mint Never Hinged / Lightly Hinged examples of the 1c yellow (NH) & 3c vermilion (LH) 1889-1897 QV Small Queens issue (Ottawa Printing). Each value is well centered (especially the 1c example) with fresh colours and full original gum. Not often seen in this high-quality condition. 2024 Scott US$190.00 = $256.50
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Canada #35/1228 plus Back of the Book. A "better than average" starter collection on CWS colour pages (up to 1988) with collector-added black mounts. A mix of mint and used up to QEII, with used Small Queens to 10c, 1c-5c Jubilees and a couple of attractive mint Admiral coils. The GeoV and GeoVI issues are fairly complete, missing only a few random items, with the higher value items typically being used. The Elizabethan era is fairly complete for basic issues, with the higher denominated stamps. The "back of the book" features a decent showing of airmail, special delivery and postage dues. Overall condition is a bit mixed, with the mint early issues are typically hinged (as usual) but there are Never Hinged (including mid-range values) to be found throughout, shifting to almost all Never Hinged for the Elizabethan issues. Besides having a good catalogue value, the face value of the modern issues will add up quickly. Housed in a three ring binder, that could use replacing. Estimate = $250.00
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Canada #35/319, C5-C9, E7, E9-E10, CE1. Ancient large format and obesely fat 2-post binder packed with many thousands of organized, sound, fresh and Fine/Very Fine used stamps, ranging from mid-19th century (1c Small Queens) up to mid-20th century (4c Alexander MacKenzie) issues, also including "Back of the Book" material (Airmails & Special Deliveries). While there are no used $1.00 values in the lot, there are enough useful high quality medium values to make this lot particularly attractive to the dealer looking for quality used material or the collector looking for postmarks. Issues of not include #230, 209, 223 & E9. Estimate = $325.00
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Canada #38. Fine mint Hinged example of the 5c olive green Queen Victoria Small Queen. A "tall stamp" with large margins on 3 sides, but centered to the left. Still, a very attractive example of this elusive mint stamp. 2024 Scott US$925.00 = $1,248.75
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Canada #40d. F/VF used example of the 1877-1878 "Montreal Printing" 10c deep magenta Small Queen, perf 11 ½ x 12 with tidy segmented cork cancel. A particularly attractive and fresh example of this scarce printing / perforation. 2024 Scott US$250.00 = $337.50
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Canada #41-47. All sound, fresh and Fine/Very Fine mint OG Hinged/Hinge Remnant set of the 3c to 10c "later printing" Small Queens, plus the 20c and 50c "Widows Weeds" high values. 2024 Scott US$2,235.00 = $3,017.25
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Canada #45. Group of 9x 10c Small Queens from the 1889-1897 "Ottawa Printing", each selected for interesting or unusual cancellations (including one pair). An interesting variety of cancels here from the period, which would take considerable time to find an acquire a group this large. A couple with small faults, but overall a very clean offering. 2024 Scott US$585.00 = $789.75
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Canada #45. Mint Glazed Gum example of the 1896-1897 printed 10c brown red Queen Victoria Small Queen. A fresh stamp, which in our opinion is likely Never Hinged, but valued as Hinged due to the gum glazing. Great colour, a very pretty stamp. 2024 Scott US$625.00 = $843.75
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Canada #45a. Fine mint Hinged example of the 1890-1897, 2nd "Ottawa Printing" 10c deep dull rose Queen Victoria Small Queen. A fresh mint single, in a pleasing shade. 2024 Scott US$600.00 = $810.00
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Canada #46. Well centered mint Hinged example of the 1893-1897 Queen Victoria 20c Widow Weeds issue. Fresh colour and attractive gum (light natural gum bend mentioned for the record). A pretty and respectable example of this stamp. 2024 Scott US$400.00 = $540.00
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Canada #46,47. VF used examples of both the 1893-1897 issued 20c and 50c Queen Victoria Widow Weeds issue, both with exceptional dated cancels (Toronto ONT / Cranbrook BC). An attractive duo with fresh colour. Unitrade for VF used is $250.00. 2024 Scott US$185.00 = $249.75
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Canada #50, 51, 52, 53, 56. Five different 1897 Jubilee issues, all in Fine/Very Fine Hinged blocks of four. The group consists of the ½c black, the 1c orange, the 2c green, the 3c bright rose and the 8c dark violet. Note that the 8c block is reinforced with a piece of selvedge. 2024 Scott US$1,350.00 = $1,822.50
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Canada #50/374. Collection/accumulation on an incomplete selection of computer-generated pages. There are clear gems and more potential than most similar collections we see. Filled with "hidden value" since the stamps are in mounts, with the collector often sliding in more than one stamp. The mint Jubilees (1/2c, 5c, 8c, 50c are generally heavily hinged or no gum) and the used, such as the 6c have light cancels. There is a complete mint (and most of a used) set of the QV "Leaf" issue. The "Numeral" set has most values mint (faulty) with extra used copies tucked in. The Map, EdwardVII and Quebec sets are all there (again, mixed condition). There is value in the scattered "Admiral" offering and the GeoV definitive sets have some nice lower values and a mix of completeness and condition amongst the higher values. Throughout we noted stamps with perfins, coil pairs and used blocks. Some good "dollar values" including the 1935 issued $1.00 Champlain dollar spot holds which holds three mint copies, the $1.00 Chateau Ramsey (bit of album offset) and the War Issue $1.00 Destroyer Never Hinged (as is a block of the 50c munitions, hinge in the selvage only. Estimate = $400.00
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Canada #50-58. Generally Fine and sound part set of nine different 1897 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee commemoratives, running from the ½c black up to the 15c steel blue value. A decent start to a used set that can be upgraded over time. 2024 Scott US$736.00 = $933.60
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Canada #51, 52, 54, 60. Mint Hinged examples of the 1c, 2c, 5c and 50c Queen Victoria 1897 Jubilee commemoratives. The 50c value has a small corner crease noted for the record. 2024 Scott US$512.50 = $691.90
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Canada #54. Fresh and Fine/Very Fine mint pristine 2 Never Hinged/2 Hinged block of four of the 1897 issue 5c deep blue Jubilee. Great colour, sharp impression, perfect gum on two stamps. 2024 Scott US$540.00 = $729.00
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Canada #59i. Vibrantly fresh and Very Fine centered used example of the Unitrade listed deep vermilion shade of the 1897 issue 20c Jubilee. A great Jubilee shade variety. 2024 Unitrade = $300.00
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Canada #60, 61. Sound and Fine+ used examples of the 50c ultramarine and $1.00 Lake 1897 QV Diamond Jubilee commemoratives. 2024 Scott US$940.00 = $1,269.00
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Canada #61. Very Fine used example of the $1.00 lake QV 1897 Jubilee high-value. Postmarked with a crisp example of the London ONT #1 roller. Deep rich colour. 2024 Scott US$750.00 = $1,012.50
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Canada #61,62. Duo of used high-value 1897 QV Jubilee issues, including a Fine+ example of the $1.00 and a Fine+ (although slightly faded) example of the $2.00 value. A more affordable duo to fill a couple holes in your album. 2024 Scott US$1300.00 = $1,755.00
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Canada #62. Fine/Very Fine used example of the $2.00 dark purple QV 1897 Jubilee high-value. Tidy Brantford ONT #1 roller cancel, a very respectable example of this issue. 2024 Scott US$550.00 = $742.50
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Canada #64. Very Fine and attractively centered used example of the $4.00 purple high value 1897 QV Diamond Jubilee issue. Very light smudge cancel. A very decent quality, sound and pretty stamp in all respects! 2024 Scott US$1,000.00 = $1,350.00
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Canada #65. Fresh and Fine/Very Fine centered used example of the $5.00 olive green 1897 QV Diamond Jubilee issue high value. Legible "TORONTO ON 6" roller cancel. Nice deep colour. A very decent and attractive Jubilee top value. 2024 Scott US$1,000.00 = $1,350.00
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Canada #68-72, 76, 77, 82. All Fine/Very Fine mint OG Hinged selection of 1897-1899 QV "Leaf" (five different) and "Numeral" (three different) issues. 2024 Scott US$1,245.00 = $1,680.75
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Canada #71/465B, C1/C7, CE4, E3/E11. All mint Hinged/Never Hinged collection of 282 different stamps, 1897 to 1972 period issues, all in mounts on old-school 3-ring "Jarrett" album pages. Even though some Never Hinged was noted in the older material, all have been valued as Hinged only. 2024 Scott Classic $1,648.50 = $2,225.50
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Canada #72. Fresh and Fine centered mint Never Hinged example of the 8c orange from the 1897 Queen Victoria "Leaf" issue.2024 Scott US$850.00 = $1,147.50
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Canada #72. VF mint Hinged example of the 1897 Queen Victoria 8c orange Leaf issue. A well centered example, with deep colour. 2024 Scott US$325.00 = $438.75
History

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Canada #73. Fine centered mint OG Hinge Remnant example of the 10c brown violet high value from the 1897 Queen Victoria "Leaf" issue. 2024 Scott US$600.00 = $810.00
History

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Canada #85, 86. Sound, fresh and Fine/Very Fine mint selection of 1898 issue 2c Christmas Map stamps, consisting of mint Never Hinged singles of the pale lavender and pale blue ocean shades plus a 2 Hinged/2 Never Hinged block of four of the pale lavender ocean type. Unchecked for re-entries or island varieties. 2024 Scott $480.00 = $648.00
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Canada #89-90, 92-95. Nearly complete (missing only the 5c value) mint Hinged/Hinge Remnant/Never Hinged 1903 to 1908 issue Edwards. A fresh and sound group, with the 1c and 2c values Never Hinged. 2024 Scott US$2,555.00 = $3,449.25
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Canada #93. Very Fine / Extra Fine (XF) mint Hinged example of the 1903 Edward VII 10c brown lilac issue. An exceptional stamp, with perfectly centered oversize margins and fresh colour. A very tough stamp to find is such lovely condition (these are notoriously off-centre and with poor colour). Worthy of any collection. 2024 Scott US$500.00 = $675.00
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Canada #94, 95. Used group of 20c olive green (1904 issue) and 50c purple (1908 issue) Edward VII high values. Generally sound and Fine or better. 2024 Scott US$1,200.00 = $1,620.00
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Canada #96-103. Complete mint mixed OG Hinged, Hinge Remnant and no gum eight stamp commemorative pictorial set issued for the Quebec Tercentenary of 1908. A good "starter" set that can be upgraded over time. 2024 Scott Classic US$1,138.00 = $1,536.30
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Canada #98. Fine/Very Fine mint Never Hinged block of twenty-five of the 1908 issue 2c carmine "Alexandra and Edward" from the Quebec Tercentenary set. A few perf separations noted due to folding but still a sound and impressive early 20th Century mint Never Hinged multiple. 2024 Scott US$2,500.00 = $3,375.00
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98
Canada #104/138 Duplicated Stock. All mint (but mixed condition) selection of 121 GeoV Admirals, all laid out on Hagner stocksheets. Mixed Never Hinged/Hinged and no gum. All the no gum stamps have been inverted and are NOT included in the total catalogue value. All others have been valued as mint Hinged. 2024 Scott US$3,394.50 = $4,582.60
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Canada #104-110, 112, 114, 119, 139-140. Fine/Very Fine and all mint Hinged selection of 10 different 1911 to 1926 issue GeoV Admirals. A colourful start to a mint set! 2024 Scott US$475.00 = $641.25
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Canada #104a, 104f. Fresh and Fine/Very Fine mint Never Hinged booklet panes of six of the 1c GeoV Admiral, one in the deep green shade, the other in the yellow green shade. Great to get them both at once. 2024 Scott classic US$140.00= $189.00
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British Commonwealth - South Pacific Selection. Organized group of New Zealand Protectorates consisting of Aitutaki, Niue, Penrhyn, Samoa and Tokelau. A representative collection from these popular and attractive island issues covering the 1895-1953 period. Mainly mint Hinged but many used as well (some both). The fifteen Samoa "EXPRESS" stamps, shown the last page, are not included in the valuation. While there may be one or two genuine stamps in this group it will take an expert to comment on these. 2024 Scott US$451.65 =
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British Commonwealth - Southern Hemisphere / Pacific Islands Mint Collection. A pristine 16-page Unisafe stockbook, filled with mint singles / sets and souvenir sheets (almost entirely Never Hinged). Noted material from Australian Antarctic Territory, Cook Islands, Kiribati, Gilbert & Ellice Islands, Niue, New Guinea, Papua New Guinea, Western Samoa, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Penrhyn. Clean material, most of which looks to be in complete sets. Estimate =
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British Commonwealth / Great Britain - A somewhat battered Stanley Gibbons "Simplex" album, filled with homemade pages full of philatelic wonders for the GB / Commonwealth / postmark collector. Starting of with 394x plated perforated Penny Reds, followed by 13 pages of commonwealth postmarks (strength in numerals cancels / Western Australia), over 2 dozen pages of GB Elizabethan Wildings / Machins (well described), revenues, cinderella stamps and British Railway Stamps (the latter quite interesting!). Even after all this, there is a printout of British Railway Perfins (literature) and over 100 (mostly GB) perfins on stocksheets. A great lot for the inquisitive mind. Estimate =
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British Commonwealth / South Africa - Stunning "Inter-Provincial" Postmark Collection. A well researched and mounted collection of 185 postmarks on stamp / stamp and piece nearly arranged on Scott album pages and a stocksheet. Collected for "inter-provincial" usage during the August 1910 to August 1913 period when the Union of South Africa was formed, before definitive Union of South Africa stamps were available. During this time stamps of Cape of Good Hope, Natal, Orange River Colony and Transvaal could be used in any part of the South African Union. Fascinating material, with a history lesson at each turn of the page. Estimate =
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Burma - Japanese Occupation - First intoxicating group of 21 different "Peacock" overprints on Burmese stamps and officials. Nice condition and lightly hinged and a couple are "signed" by the "President". Don’t let appearances fool you as the footnote in Gibbons states: "Collectors are warned against forgeries of these overprints, often in the wrong colours or on the wrong values". This lot includes denominations, officials and revalues for which these overprints were never recorded. There are double overprints (including in different colour ink), inverts, one overprinted in red on the gum side, and black on the other. We are presuming that these are all forgeries and are a bargain at less than $10.00 apiece. With the original album page. Estimate =
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Burma - Japanese Occupation - Second offering of 21 different "Peacock" overprints on Burmese stamps and officials. Nice condition and Lightly Hinged and one is "signed" by the "President". Paying mind to the footnote in Gibbons: "Collectors are warned against forgeries of these overprints, often in the wrong colours or on the wrong values". This lot includes denominations, officials and revalues for which these overprints were never recorded. There are double overprints, inverts, even sideways overprints, one overprinted in on both the gum and face. We presume that these are all forgeries and are a bargain at less than $10.00 apiece. With the original album page. Estimate =
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Canada #1. Sound, fresh and Very Fine four margin used example of the 1851 issue 3 Penny Beaver imperf on horizontally laid paper. Light and almost entirely "Beaver free" postmark. A most notable example of Canada's "number one". 2024 Scott US$1,200.00=
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Canada #2, 5. Used examples of the 1851 issue 6p slate violet Prince Albert imperf on vertically laid paper and the 1855 issue 6p slate grey imperf on wove paper. Uneven/cut-in margins on both but otherwise a sound duo. Note the "21" cancel (Montreal) on the #5. 2024 Scott US$2,650.00 =
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Canada #4, 8. Used examples of the 1852 issue 3p red Beaver on wove paper (small fault at top) and the 1857 issue ½p rose Victoria (sound), also on wove paper. 2024 Scott US$900.00 =
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Canada #14, 14a Plus Extras Study Lot. The last and highest quality group of 24 used 1c Victorias from the 1859 "First Cents" issue, carefully selected from an old-time hoard that we've been selling over the past few bidboards. Unchecked for shades, papers, perfs or plate varieties. Generally sound and Fine/Very Fine, but expect the odd small fault in a lot of this type. Note a nice range of legible CDS postmarks, coloured cancels and fresh four margin stamps. A great superior quality assemblage of these popular classics, perfect for the student of early Canadian issues. All valued as the basic (and least expensive) type by Scott catalogue. 2024 Scott US$2,160.00 =
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Canada #14, 14a Plus Extras Study Lot. Used group of twenty 1c Victorias from the 1859 "First Cents" issue, selected at random from an old-time hoard. Unchecked for shades, papers, perfs or plate varieties. Generally sound and Fine or better, but expect the odd small fault in a lot of this type. A great assemblage of these popular classics, perfect for the student of early Canadian issues. All valued as the basic (and least expensive) type by Scott catalogue. 2024 Scott US$1,800.00 =
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Canada #14/20 Unsorted Lot as received. Mixed condition used study lot of 1859 to 1869 issue "First Cents", consisting of #14 x 2, #15 x 4, #17 (Shades) x 3, #18 x 4, and #20 x 2. While you can expect some faults, none of the stamps have been checked for shades, papers, perfs or plate varieties. All valued as the basic Scott listed types. 2024 Scott US$2,155.00 =
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Canada #14/840 Plus Back of the Book Collection. Mint Hinged/Never Hinged and used 1859 to 1970 period collection, all laid out chronologically in a red "Unisafe" brand stockbook. Note lots of Small Queens, Edward era issues, GeoV and GeoVI dollar values, Officials and more. Only valued up to 1960, with the balance (up to 1979) not counted in the total. Condition is a bit mixed (some mint no gum or other faults) so take a good look at the scans to determine value. 2024 Scott US$6,059.00 =
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Canada #15. Unpicked and unresearched old-time "offered as received" group of 29 x the 1859 issue 5c "Beaver", all still hinged on the original quadrille album page. Unchecked for papers, perfs or plate varieties. Excellent potential for finds. All valued as the basic Scott listed stamp. 2024 Scott US$ 1,087.50 =
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Canada #15/199, C1-C9, CE1-CE4 plus other Back of the Book. Collector's used stock from 1859-1932 neatly arranged within envelopes sorted by catalogue number within a small box. While somewhat sparse in the QV period (likely less than 100 stamps), the group then "gains steam" by the Edwards before being full-bore into the Admirals and George V issues, with likely a couple thousand stamps in total. Strength in the Admirals, George V, "Back of the Book" issues (including 5 examples each of the 50c Bluenose #128 / $1.00 Parliament #159). Unchecked for postmarks, of which we saw plenty of premium cancelled stamps. First time on the market, collected in the 1940's and saved by the family in storage since. Estimate =
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Canada #15/273 Plus Extras. Old-time "Canada First" 2-post album (Stokes Company, Toronto) containing a mixed condition (expect some faults) mint Hinged and used 1859 to 1950s period collection. Sets include #141-148, 149-159, 163-177, 195-201, 211-216, 217-227, 241-245, 249-262, 268-273 plus a decent range of "Back of the Book" material. Owner's 2024 Scott US$1,355.00 =
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Canada #15/411. A single stockpage of mint and used collector's duplicate better items, offered as received with plenty of better items such as #53 (plate number pair, NH stamps, Hinged in selvedge), #71 (Lightly Hinged pair, slight gum bend) and 5x "Dollar Values". Expect the mint to be Hinged (a couple no-gum), but overall condition is quite good. Owner's approximate Unitrade catalogue value is over $1100.00 which looks reasonable to us. Estimate =
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Canada #21, 21a, 21c plus Varieties. Selection of ten used ½c Large Queens, including perf 12 x 12 and 11½ x 12 perf types. Noted a wide range of papers but all valued as the regular paper type. Unchecked for plate varieties. Catalogued as 8 x #21 and 2 x #21a. Lots of upside for the Large Queen student. 2024 Scott US$820.00 =
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Canada #21/103. Mixed condition (expect some faults) mint and used lightly duplicated selection of 1870s Large Queen through 1908 Quebec Tercentenary issues, all laid out on Hagner stocksheets. The total catalogue value is in the thousands but take condition into account when bidding. Estimate =
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Canada #21-30. Complete used set of all ten Queen Victoria 1868-1876 issue Large Queens. All valued as the basic Scott listed types. Unchecked for papers or printings. A few faults noted. Start your Large Queens with this group and upgrade individual stamps later. 2024 Scott US$1,160.00 =
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