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Lot 432

1855, Prince Albert, 6d greenish gray (5b), ample to mostly large margins, tied light 7-ring cancel to 1857 cross border cover to Holderness New Hampshire "Sherbrook Ja 7, 1857" c.d.s., small tear at top center of cover. F.-V.F. Unitrade 5b; C$2,000.
Scott $1,900

Expertization: with 1977 B.P.A. certificate.
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Lot 433
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1859, Beaver, 5¢ vermilion (15), unused without gum, incredibly well centered for this narrowly spaced issue, bright and fresh color and paper. Extremely Fine, choice. Unitrade 15; C$800.
Scott $425

Expertization: with 2021 Greene Foundation certificate.

Provenance: Lyman
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Lot 434
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1859, Queen Victoria, 12½¢ yellow green (18), unused regummed, quite well centered for this difficult issue, bright color. Very Fine. Unitrade 18; C$1,250.
Scott $750

Expertization: with 2021 Greene Foundation certificate.

Provenance: Lyman
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Lot 435
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1859, Jacques Cartier, 17¢ blue, major re-entry (Unitrade 19ii), excellent centering for this, rich color. Light cancel, leaves the re-entry completely visible. Very Fine. Scott 19 var.
Unitrade C$4,500

CERTAINLY AMONG THE FINEST KNOWN EXAMPLES OF THIS SCARCE RE-ENTRY.
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Lot 436
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1864, Queen Victoria, 2¢ rose (20), fresh and attractively centered. With 1867 town postmark. F.-V.F. Unitrade 20 C$200.
Scott $300

Expertization: with 2019 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 437
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1868-76, Large Queens, 1¢-15¢ (21-30, 30b), complete used set with an extra shade of the 15¢, selected for centering color and freshness. Possibly a trifling flaw or two if at all, but generally Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $1,325
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Lot 438

1868, Large Queen, ½¢ black, with Chignon variety (Unitrade 21iii), typical streaky original gum never hinged, beautifully centered, exceptionally fresh. Very Fine. This example also displays the "spur" variety, one of only two positions on the plate displaying both varieties. Scott 21 var.
Unitrade C$600

Expertization: with 2019 Greene Foundation certificate for block of eight.

Provenance: Gill
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Lot 439

1868, Large Queen, ½ black, thin paper with "spur" (Unitrade 21c, iv), block of four. Original gum, upper left stamp, "spur", lower left stamp "H" spur, outstanding centering, fresh intense color. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Scarce and choice multiple. Scott 21c var.
Unitrade C$2,120 as singles

Expertization: with 2019 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 440

1875, Large Queen, 5¢ olive green, perf 11½ (Unitrade 26), typical dull original gum, never hinged, attractive centering, prooflike color and impression, fresh and choice. Very Fine for this. Scott 26.
Unitrade C$7,500

A LOVELY FRESH EXAMPLE OF THE 5¢ LARGE QUEEN WHICH IS RARELY ENCOUNTERED IN THIS CHOICE NEVER HINGED CONDITION.
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Lot 441

1868, Large Queen, 6¢ dark brown (27), unused, no gum, unusually well centered for the 6¢, brilliant color on fresh paper, interesting tiny plate smear at top. Very Fine. The 6¢ Large Queen is rarely seen in this choice unused condition. Unitrade 27; C$2,500.
Scott $1,800

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 442
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1868, Large Queen, 12½¢ blue (28), unused without gum, beautifully centered within exceptionally large margins, gorgeous color. Extremely Fine. A beautiful stamp. Unitrade 28; C$1,400.
Scott $950

Expertization: with 1989, 2019 Greene Foundation certificates.
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Lot 443
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1870, Small Queen, 1¢ yellow, "Long Strand of hair" variety (Unitrade 35viii), perfectly centered within extra large balanced margins. Neat light postmark allows variety to be clearly visible, bright color. Extremely Fine, a choice example of this scarce variety. Scott 35 var.
Unitrade C$600

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 444

1893, Queen Victoria "Widow's Weeds", 50¢ deep blue (47), original gum never hinged, natural gum bends(not mentioned in cert), outstanding centering, brilliant color on bright paper. Extremely Fine, a stunning never hinged example of the high value "Widow's Weeds". Unitrade U47; C$2,400.
Scott $1,200

Expertization: with 1999 Greene Foundation certificate.

Provenance: Brigham
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Lot 445
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1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, ½¢-5¢, India proofs mounted on card (50P-54P), blocks of four. Large margins, fresh and choice. Extremely Fine. Unitrade 50P-54P.
Unitrade C$1,440 as singles
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Lot 446

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, ½¢ black (50), original gum never hinged, perfectly centered, intense color on bright paper. A Superb gem. Unitrade 50; C$420.
Scott $275

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 447

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, 8¢ dark violet (56), top margin single with part imprint, original gum never hinged, with two dots between "T" and "C" of eight cents, beautifully centered, wide margins. Fresh Extremely Fine. Unitrade 56; C$600.
Scott $300

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 448

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, 15¢ steel blue (58), original gum never hinged, choice centering, beautiful color, fresh. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Unitrade 58; C$1,200.
Scott $675
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Lot 449

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, 50¢ ultramarine (60), original gum lightly hinged, well centered, brilliant color and paper. Choice Very Fine.
Scott $375
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Lot 450

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, $1 lake (61), original gum never hinged, rich color, bright and fresh. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,900
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Lot 451
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1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, $1 lake (61), well centered within large margins, rich color. Unobtrusive cancel. Very Fine, choice.
Scott $700
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Lot 452

1897, Queen Victoria Jubilee, $4 purple (64), original gum lightly hinged, gum wrinkles, prooflike color and impression, beautifully centered. Extremely Fine, pretty stamp.
Scott $1,300
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Lot 453
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1897-98, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", ½¢-10¢, India plate proofs on card (66P-73P), all fresh and with large balanced margins. 5¢ trifling crease. Extremely Fine. Unitrade 66P-73P.
Unitrade C$2,140
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Lot 454

1897, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 5¢ dark blue on bluish (70), top margin part plate no. imprint single, stamp original gum never hinged (hinged in selvage only), wide margins, stunning rich color. An Extremely Fine jumbo. Unitrade 70; C$825.
Scott $500

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 455

1897, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 6¢ brown (71), original gum never hinged, perfectly centered and exceptionally fresh with prooflike color. Extremely Fine, a stunning gem. Unitrade 71; C$675.
Scott $350

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 456

1898, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 10¢ brown violet (73), bottom sheet margin single, original gum never hinged, excellent centering, gorgeous color. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Unitrade 73; C$2,400.
Scott $1,500

Expertization: with 2017 AIEP Gratton certificate.
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Lot 457

1898, Queen Victoria "Maple Leaf", 10¢ brown violet (73), original gum lightly hinged, beautifully centered within wide margins, stunning rich color. An Extremely Fine gem.
Scott $600
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Lot 458

1898, Queen Victoria "Numeral", 6¢ brown (80), original gum never hinged, crisp color and paper. Choice Extremely Fine.
Scott $400
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Lot 459

1900, Queen Victoria "Numeral", 20¢ olive green (84), original gum never hinged, beautifully centered within wide margins, lovely fresh color on bright paper. An Extremely Fine gem. Unitrade 84; C$3,000.
Scott $1,300

Expertization: with 2021 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 460

1900, Queen Victoria "Numeral", 20¢ olive green (84), original gum never hinged, choice centering, beautiful fresh color and sharp impression. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Unitrade 84; C$3,000.
Scott $1,300

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 461

1898, Imperial Penny Postage, 2¢ black, lavender & carmine, imperf pair (85a), without gum as issued, large margins all around, part sheet margin at left, fresh and crisp. Extremely Fine, choice pair. Unitrade 85a; C$700.
Scott $450
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Lot 462

1903, King Edward VII, 5¢ blue on bluish (91), original gum never hinged, beautifully centered within large margins, deep color. Extremely Fine. Unitrade 91; C$1,400.
Scott $600
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Lot 463

1903, King Edward VII, 7¢ olive bister (92), top margin single, original gum never hinged, outstanding centering, post office fresh. An Extremely Fine gem. Unitrade 92; C$1,750.
Scott $550

Expertization: with 2020 Greene Foundation certificate for block.
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Lot 464

1903, King Edward VII, 10¢ brown lilac (93), original gum never hinged, choice centering within exceptional margins, rich prooflike color. Extremely Fine, lovely stamp. Unitrade 93; C$2,800.
Scott $1,000

Expertization: with 2021 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 465

1903, King Edward VII, 10¢ brown lilac, top margin imperf pair (93a), without gum as issued, with large balanced margins on the other sides, signed in top margin by Postmaster William Mulock. Fresh. Extremely Fine. Unitrade 93a; C$1,500.
Scott $1,100

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 466

1903, King Edward VII, 20¢ olive green (94), original gum, perfectly centered within positively huge margins, brilliant color. Tiny thin. Superb apperance.
Scott $750
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Lot 467

1908, King Edward VII, 50¢ purple (95), original gum hinge remnant, attractive centering, rich color. F.-V.F.
Scott $850
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Lot 468

1908, Quebec, ½¢-15¢ (96-102), original gum lightly hinged, mostly quite well centered. F.-V.F. with several Extremely Fine gems.
Scott $728
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Lot 469

1908, Quebec complete, imperf pairs (96a-103a), all with large balanced margins and bright colors. 15¢ tiny paper flaw top left, lovely set. Extremely Fine. Unitrade 96a-103a; C$8,000.
Scott $6,000
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Lot 470

1908, 20¢ Quebec (103), original gum never hinged, bright and fresh. F.-V.F.
Scott $625
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Lot 471

1915, King George V "Admiral", 2¢ deep rose red, experimental coil, Type "A" backstamp (Unitrade 106X), paste-up strip of four, original gum never hinged, usual natural blunt perfs, trivial gum bend. Fresh and Fine, scarce. Scott 106 var.
Unitrade C$1,000

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 472

1912, King George V "Admiral", 5¢ dark blue (111), original gum never hinged, fresh and choice. F.-V.F.
Scott $450
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Lot 473

1912, King George V "Admiral", 7¢ straw (113b), original gum never hinged, beautifully centered for this scarce shade, bright color. Very Fine. Unitrade 113b; C$1,400.
Scott $475

Expertization: with Gratton AIEP certificate.
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Lot 474

1912, King George V "Admiral", 10¢ plum (Unitrade 116), bottom margin single with full lathework Type "B", original gum lightly hinged, wonderfully well centered within incredibly balanced margins, stunning rich color on bright paper. Extremely Fine. Scott 116.
Unitrade C$4,000

IT IS DIFFICULT TO IMAGINE A FINER 10¢ PLUM MINT SINGLE, ESPECIALLY WITH THE TYPE B LATHEWORK.

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 475

1912, King George V "Admiral", 10¢ plum (116), original gum never hinged, exceptionally well centered, gorgeous color. Extremely Fine, truly scarce this choice! Unitrade 116; C$1,200.
Scott $700

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 476

1912, King George V "Admiral", 50¢ black (120a), original gum never hinged, well centered within very large margins, brilliant rich color. Very Fine, striking. Unitrade 120a; C$2,200.
Scott $700

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 477

1923, King George V "Admiral", $1 orange (122), upper left corner margin single, original gum never hinged, choice centering within wide balanced margins, rich glowing color. Extremely Fine, a superb gem. Unitrade 122; C$450.
Scott $215

Expertization: with 2003 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 478

1926, King George V "Admiral", 2¢ on 3¢ carmine, double surcharge (140a), original gum never hinged, post office fresh, rich color. F.-V.F. Unitrade 140a; C$400.
Scott $400

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 479

1928, King George V "Scroll" definitives, 1¢ to $1 complete (149-159), orginal gum mostly light hinged, fresh set. F.-V.F.
Scott $743
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Lot 480

1929, 50¢ Bluenose, "Man in the mast" variety (Unitrade 158iii), original gum never hinged. F.-V.F., a bright fresh example of this scarce variety. Scott 158 var.
Unitrade C$3,000

Expertization: with 2022 Greene Foundation certificate.
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Lot 481

1930, King George V, 12¢ to $1, imperf pairs (174a-177a), original gum never hinged (20¢ tiny gum skip), large balanced margins, fresh colors. Extremely Fine, quite scarce, only 75 sets issued and especially scarce in this choice never hinged condition. Unitrade 174a-177a; C$10,000.
Scott $5,800
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